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Killamarsh: Man charged with murders of mother, two children and friend on sleepover in Derbyshire
A man has been charged with the murders of a mother, her two children and a friend, who were killed during a sleepover at a home in Killamarsh, Derbyshire.
Two men arrested over murder of journalist Lyra McKee in Northern Ireland
Another two men have been arrested over the murder of journalist Lyra McKee, police in Northern Ireland have said.
Injunction granted against protesters blocking M25, amid warning of prison sentence
National Highways has been granted an injunction against protesters who have been blocking sections of the M25.
Joe Biden 'personally trying to move things along' in Harry Dunn case, says Boris Johnson
Joe Biden is "personally trying to move things along" in the case of Harry Dunn's alleged killer, Boris Johnson has said as he met with the US president in the White House.
CF Fertilisers: Deal to support US-owned CO2 producer could cost taxpayer 'tens of millions'
The government could end up giving tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money to an American company to help it restart carbon dioxide production at two plants, a minister has told Sky News.
COVID-19: Should countries send vaccines abroad instead of giving booster jabs?
As the UK starts rolling out booster jabs, health experts have raised concerns about diverting resources from developing countries with much lower vaccination rates.
Prince Andrew officially served with legal papers notifying him of sexual abuse lawsuit, Sky News understands
Prince Andrew has three weeks to respond after legal papers were served to his US lawyers notifying him of a civil sexual assault case against him, Sky News understands.
Marcus Rashford’s social media usage added to GCSE media studies curriculum
Marcus Rashford's use of social media will be added to the GCSE media studies curriculum.
PM refuses to budge on benefit cuts despite taxpayers footing bill to support US-owned CO2 producer
Taxpayers will help pay for the operating costs of a US-owned fertiliser manufacturer amid the ongoing energy crisis - just weeks after the government announced it was cutting Universal Credit and raising National Insurance contributions.
More than £1bn in state pensions underpaid due to 'repeated human errors'
More than £1bn-worth of state pensions have been underpaid due to repeated human errors which were almost inevitable amid complex rules and outdated IT systems, a spending watchdog has said.