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Paula Vennells ‘slavishly maintained Horizon was robust but knew of faults’

Paula Vennells ‘slavishly maintained Horizon was robust but knew of faults’

Paula Vennells ‘slavishly maintained Horizon was robust but knew of faults’

19 July 2024

Dame Moya Greene said she believed Ms Vennells knew about faults in the Post Office system.


Anne continues gradual return to public engagements with hospital visit

Anne continues gradual return to public engagements with hospital visit

Anne continues gradual return to public engagements with hospital visit

19 July 2024

The Princess Royal visited Worcester to officially open a new NHS emergency department.


Relatives of women who died with herpes after childbirth suing NHS trust

Relatives of women who died with herpes after childbirth suing NHS trust

Relatives of women who died with herpes after childbirth suing NHS trust

19 July 2024

Kimberley Sampson and Samantha Mulcahy died in 2018 after having Caesarean sections at hospitals in Kent.


Starmer condemns ‘despicable’ sentence of US reporter Gershkovich in Russia

Starmer condemns ‘despicable’ sentence of US reporter Gershkovich in Russia

Starmer condemns ‘despicable’ sentence of US reporter Gershkovich in Russia

19 July 2024

The Prime Minister said the jailing underscored Moscow’s ‘utter contempt for media freedom’.


Four in 10 Tory MPs now on front bench as Sunak makes more appointments

Four in 10 Tory MPs now on front bench as Sunak makes more appointments

Four in 10 Tory MPs now on front bench as Sunak makes more appointments

19 July 2024

Rishi Sunak announced more interim appointments to the Conservative front bench on Friday.


Gatwick latest airport to secure injunction against activists amid protest fear

Gatwick latest airport to secure injunction against activists amid protest fear

Gatwick latest airport to secure injunction against activists amid protest fear

19 July 2024

A number of airports have been granted court orders in recent weeks to prevent protesters trespassing on their land.


31-year-old man charged over fatal dog attack

31-year-old man charged over fatal dog attack

31-year-old man charged over fatal dog attack

19 July 2024

James Trimble-Pettit will appear in court in September charged with two counts linked to the death of Ian Price.


Hottest day of the year recorded as temperature soars to 31.9C

Hottest day of the year recorded as temperature soars to 31.9C

Hottest day of the year recorded as temperature soars to 31.9C

19 July 2024

Things will begin to cool down over the weekend, forecasters say.


Air passengers told to go home if flight cancelled following global IT outage

Air passengers told to go home if flight cancelled following global IT outage

Air passengers told to go home if flight cancelled following global IT outage

19 July 2024

More than 160 UK flights have been axed and many more were delayed following the technical glitch.


Five in custody after Harehills disorder with further arrests expected

Five in custody after Harehills disorder with further arrests expected

Five in custody after Harehills disorder with further arrests expected

19 July 2024

Officers responded to reports of social workers experiencing hostility when dealing with a child protection issue.


IT outage fix deployed but ‘some time’ before all systems restored – CrowdStrike

IT outage fix deployed but ‘some time’ before all systems restored – CrowdStrike

IT outage fix deployed but ‘some time’ before all systems restored – CrowdStrike

19 July 2024

The chief executive of the cybersecurity firm at the heart of the global IT outage has apologised for the incident.


Streeting urges patients to ‘bear with’ GPs as outage sparks major disruption

Streeting urges patients to ‘bear with’ GPs as outage sparks major disruption

Streeting urges patients to ‘bear with’ GPs as outage sparks major disruption

19 July 2024

The Health Secretary posted on X, formerly Twitter, saying his department is ‘working closely with colleagues across Government’.


Amphibious vehicle has final checks in Liverpool with dock tours set to return

Amphibious vehicle has final checks in Liverpool with dock tours set to return

Amphibious vehicle has final checks in Liverpool with dock tours set to return

19 July 2024

Splash Tours Liverpool is due to begin operating within weeks.


Ten Britons arrested in global cocaine trafficking probe

Ten Britons arrested in global cocaine trafficking probe

Ten Britons arrested in global cocaine trafficking probe

19 July 2024

As part of the investigation, cocaine worth almost £100 million was seized on a yacht.


Shops report not being able to take card payments amid IT outage

Shops report not being able to take card payments amid IT outage

Shops report not being able to take card payments amid IT outage

19 July 2024

Some businesses took to placing ‘cash only’ signs in their windows.


Payroll software halted by global IT outage, say businesses

Payroll software halted by global IT outage, say businesses

Payroll software halted by global IT outage, say businesses

19 July 2024

The IT outage has resulted in queues and delays at airports, disruption to GP services and payment failures in some shops.


What are air passengers entitled to during IT outage flight disruption?

What are air passengers entitled to during IT outage flight disruption?

What are air passengers entitled to during IT outage flight disruption?

19 July 2024

The PA news agency answers 10 key questions on assistance and compensation.


Tory architect of GCSEs welcomes Labour review of ‘outmoded’ tests

Tory architect of GCSEs welcomes Labour review of ‘outmoded’ tests

Tory architect of GCSEs welcomes Labour review of ‘outmoded’ tests

19 July 2024

Lord Baker of Dorking congratulated the Government on its curriculum and assessment review.


Rail companies agree alleged fare evasion prosecutions should be quashed

Rail companies agree alleged fare evasion prosecutions should be quashed

Rail companies agree alleged fare evasion prosecutions should be quashed

19 July 2024

Northern Rail and Greater Anglia have admitted that a number of prosecutions which took place in private were not correctly carried out.


Migrant dies in latest tragedy during English Channel crossings

Migrant dies in latest tragedy during English Channel crossings

Migrant dies in latest tragedy during English Channel crossings

19 July 2024

Some 86 migrants were rescued off the coast of Calais, including one unconscious person who could not be saved.


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