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King's state visit to France would have prompted 'detestable' scenes, says Macron, as it's postponed over pension protests
The King's first state visit of his reign has been postponed after widespread unrest in France erupted into violence over President Emmanuel Macron's retirement age reforms.
'Internally I'm getting stronger': The British-Iranian man who has been on hunger strike for 30 days
Vahid Beheshti finds it difficult to stand.
Vallance takes aim at Johnson as he says COVID rules were 'for everybody'
Sir Patrick Vallance has said COVID restrictions were "for everybody" after Boris Johnson said lockdown leaving dos were "absolutely essential" and that he relied on incorrect advice from Number 10 advisers.
Security driver who handcuffed himself to steering wheel during fake heist is jailed
A security van driver who handcuffed himself to his vehicle's steering wheel in a faked armed heist of almost £1m has been jailed for four years and 10 months.
Man who murdered his wife sentenced to life - with help of Alexa recordings
A man has been jailed for life for murdering his wife, with voice recordings from an Alexa device helping to bring him to justice.
Premier League club referred for alleged financial rules breach
Everton have been referred to an independent commission by the Premier League for an alleged breach of financial rules.
Man accused of Olivia murder 'innocent', witness tells court
Thomas Cashman, the man accused of murdering nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in Liverpool last August, is innocent, an alibi witness has told Manchester Crown Court.
COVID infections in England at highest level since start of year
COVID-19 infections in the UK have climbed to their highest level since the beginning of the year, final official estimates of the prevalence of the virus have revealed.
Parents of newborns in neonatal care step closer to additional paid leave
Parents of newborns in neonatal care are one step closer to being eligible for additional paid leave.
Man hit with horseshoe in loud music row died of rare brain injury
A man died of a rare brain haemorrhage after he was hit with a horseshoe following a dispute over loud music, a court has heard.
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