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Chief whip denies claims he told Tory MP she was sacked as a minister due to her Muslim faith
The chief whip has said an MP's claims that she was sacked as a minister because of her Muslim faith are "completely false".
Gavin Williamson accused of threatening MP Christian Wakeford over school funding
Gavin Williamson has been accused of threatening to withdraw funding for a school in Bury after a former Tory MP considered voting against the government.
Katie Price arrested for allegedly breaking terms of a restraining order, police say
Katie Price could face jail time after she was arrested on suspicion of breaching a restraining order.
COVID-19: Royal College of GPs urges delay to compulsory coronavirus vaccines for NHS staff
Forcing health staff to have a coronavirus vaccine should be delayed to prevent workforce shortages, the Royal College of GPs has said.
Skier Dave Ryding makes history to win Britain's first gold in alpine skiing World Cup
Alpine skier Dave Ryding has made history in Austria after winning Great Britain's first World Cup gold medal.
Video games that diagnose, monitor and treat depression developed by scientists
Scientists have developed video games using AI technology to diagnose, monitor and treat depression.
'An apology means nothing now': Woman was raped as a child after going to police station to report sex attack
A woman has revealed her battle for justice following being repeatedly raped as a 12-year-old after being picked up by two men from a police station where she had gone to report a sex attack.
Jaysley-Louise Beck: Family pays tribute to teenage soldier found dead on military base
Grieving relatives have paid tribute to a teenage soldier who died suddenly – describing her as "the light of our life".
UK's oldest cinema reopens after 'biggest existential crisis' ever faced by the industry
The owner of the UK's oldest cinema says the pandemic has created "the biggest existential crisis" ever faced by the industry.
Ukraine: UK will stand 'shoulder to shoulder' with Kyiv but 'extremely unlikely' to send troops, deputy PM Dominic Raab says
The UK will stand "shoulder to shoulder" with Ukraine but it is "extremely unlikely" British troops will be sent to the Russian border, Dominic Raab has said.