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Almost 30% of Ukrainian refugees arriving in to Ireland were under 14

Almost 30% of Ukrainian refugees arriving in to Ireland were under 14

Almost 30% of Ukrainian refugees arriving in to Ireland were under 14

27 May 2022

The highest percentage of those arriving, 43% equating to 14,271 people, were categorised as one parent with children.


Boris Johnson believes he can survive after ‘vintage’ answers to partygate

Boris Johnson believes he can survive after ‘vintage’ answers to partygate

Boris Johnson believes he can survive after ‘vintage’ answers to partygate

27 May 2022

The Prime Minister refused to directly answer questions about lockdown breaches in No 10.


Covid-19 infections continue to fall in much of UK but rise in Scotland

Covid-19 infections continue to fall in much of UK but rise in Scotland

Covid-19 infections continue to fall in much of UK but rise in Scotland

27 May 2022

Total infections are down 78% since the peak of the Omicron BA.2 wave.


Business leaders tell US delegation compromise is needed over NI Protocol

Business leaders tell US delegation compromise is needed over NI Protocol

Business leaders tell US delegation compromise is needed over NI Protocol

27 May 2022

The US Congressional group met business organisations as their last engagement on their trip to the island of Ireland.


MP Lammy says he will not be silenced after racist death threat troll fined

MP Lammy says he will not be silenced after racist death threat troll fined

MP Lammy says he will not be silenced after racist death threat troll fined

27 May 2022

Glenn Broadbent, 62, was given a suspended prison sentence and fined £2,000 after sending the shadow foreign secretary a vile message on Twitter.


Pizza Express poaches KFC boss Paula MacKenzie to lead recovery

Pizza Express poaches KFC boss Paula MacKenzie to lead recovery

Pizza Express poaches KFC boss Paula MacKenzie to lead recovery

27 May 2022

Ms MacKenzie will join the business as chief executive on June 6, taking the role after David Campbell stepped down last October.


Six-figure legal settlement for man abused by teacher when he was 12

Six-figure legal settlement for man abused by teacher when he was 12

Six-figure legal settlement for man abused by teacher when he was 12

27 May 2022

John Findlay took legal action against Aberlour House School, which has now merged with Gordonstoun.


Actor Ricky Tomlinson wins right to continue legal battle over hacking claim

Actor Ricky Tomlinson wins right to continue legal battle over hacking claim

Actor Ricky Tomlinson wins right to continue legal battle over hacking claim

27 May 2022

Royle Family star is one of a number of people who claim they were victims of unlawful information gathering at titles run by Mirror Group Newspapers.


World Cup play-off final to be free to view in UK

World Cup play-off final to be free to view in UK

World Cup play-off final to be free to view in UK

27 May 2022

The game will be broadcast simultaneously on Sky Sports, ITV, STV and S4C.


Derogatory language and homophobic bullying ‘common’ in top academy chain school

Derogatory language and homophobic bullying ‘common’ in top academy chain school

Derogatory language and homophobic bullying ‘common’ in top academy chain school

27 May 2022

Ark Kings in Birmingham has been warned that pupils do not feel safe in school.


Three in four adults travelling to work each week, survey suggests

Three in four adults travelling to work each week, survey suggests

Three in four adults travelling to work each week, survey suggests

27 May 2022

Levels of home-working are holding steady, however.


Man denies charges over money moved between UK and UAE

Man denies charges over money moved between UK and UAE

Man denies charges over money moved between UK and UAE

27 May 2022

Abdullah Mohammed Ali Bin Beyat Alfalasi denies two counts of removing criminal cash from the UK.


Wales to end all Covid regulations as country looks forward to ‘brighter future’

Wales to end all Covid regulations as country looks forward to ‘brighter future’

Wales to end all Covid regulations as country looks forward to ‘brighter future’

27 May 2022

The legal requirement to wear a face covering in health and care settings will end on Monday May 30, the Welsh Government said.


Spitting incident will not form part of inquest into railway worker’s death

Spitting incident will not form part of inquest into railway worker’s death

Spitting incident will not form part of inquest into railway worker’s death

27 May 2022

Belly Mujinga died in April 2020 of breathing difficulties days after being spat at by a passenger at London’s Victoria Station.


UK hepatitis cases: 222 children now affected

UK hepatitis cases: 222 children now affected

UK hepatitis cases: 222 children now affected

27 May 2022

A further 25 cases have been confirmed.


More people thinking about insulation as energy bills soar, says ONS

More people thinking about insulation as energy bills soar, says ONS

More people thinking about insulation as energy bills soar, says ONS

27 May 2022

More than one in four adults in the UK are thinking about what they can do to improve the energy efficiency of their homes.


Privileges Committee chairman confirms when he will step aside to allow PM probe

Privileges Committee chairman confirms when he will step aside to allow PM probe

Privileges Committee chairman confirms when he will step aside to allow PM probe

27 May 2022

The move by Chris Bryant follows the publication of the Sue Gray report on Wednesday.


Police dog dies after chasing down moped thieves

Police dog dies after chasing down moped thieves

Police dog dies after chasing down moped thieves

27 May 2022

Stanley was described as a ‘wonderful, faithful and loyal friend’.


Liverpool fans and families on half-term getaways suffer long queues at Dover

Liverpool fans and families on half-term getaways suffer long queues at Dover

Liverpool fans and families on half-term getaways suffer long queues at Dover

27 May 2022

Thousands of fans descended on the Kent port on Friday morning to board cross-Channel ferries en route to Paris.


Boris Johnson warns Russia is ‘chewing through ground’ in eastern Ukraine

Boris Johnson warns Russia is ‘chewing through ground’ in eastern Ukraine

Boris Johnson warns Russia is ‘chewing through ground’ in eastern Ukraine

27 May 2022

The Prime Minister stressed the ‘vital’ need to supply Volodymyr Zelensky’s defending forces with arms to tackle the invaders.


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