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'Man without shame': Boris Johnson's apology met by opposition after 'Partygate' report
UK Labour Party leader Keir Starmer pushes back against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's apology following the release of Sue Gray's "Partygate" report.
China gives up 2023 Asian Cup hosting right
China has relinquished its rights to host the 2023 Asian Cup finals due to the COVID-19 situation in the country, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced on Saturday.
Secret British ‘black propaganda’ campaign targeted cold war enemies
Britain stirred up tensions, chaos and violence in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, according to declassified papers
Nigel Hugill: the man building houses for the work-from-home revolution
The head of Urban&Civic transformed east London for the Olympics. Now he is aiming to create homes in huge numbers beyond the capital
Queen’s platinum jubilee: the royals must span the social divides
Brexit, Covid and Black Lives Matter have highlighted divisions in society. But we have more in common than we sometimes realise
Only 7% of 5-11s in England have had Covid jab as parents hesitate
Six weeks after start of vaccine rollout, fraction of young children have had first dose as parents question usefulness
Fifty people to be sent to Rwanda in a fortnight, says Boris Johnson, to justify the £150 million paid to Rwanda officials
PM says he will ‘dig in for the fight’ with ‘leftie lawyers’ challenging government’s plan for refugees. It is not clear how much from the millions UK pay to Rwanda officials is...
How an Oxfordshire school created its own enriching baccalaureate
Wood Green school is pioneering a new approach that aims to reward pupils for debating skills, teamwork and community service as well as academic success
The Russian bank, the Bruce Willis ad and the $900m sanctions battle
Ministers warned that millions owed after alleged fraud by ex bosses of National Bank Trust could help fund Putin’s war effort
Bring on the platinum jubilee … but what will happen to Britain’s monarchy in the decades to come?
The Queen’s popularity has all but silenced the once boisterous republican movement. But don’t expect it to remain quiet for ever
North Korea announces first COVID death with 350,000 treated for fever spreading 'explosively', state media says
Kim Jong Un visited the emergency epidemic prevention headquarters on Thursday and criticised officials for failing to prevent "a vulnerable point in the epidemic prevention sys...
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