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Lord Dolar Popat announces 99% of Uganda’s exports to UK will be duty-free from...

  Lord Dolar Popat, the prime minister’s trade envoy to Rwanda and Uganda, recently returned from a ministerial visit to Uganda announcing a 99 per...

Former lawmaker Imran Ahmad Khan loses sexual assault conviction appeal

  Former Member of Parliament Imran Ahmad Khan on Monday lost an appeal against his conviction for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy. Khan, who was a...

Stretford man jailed for child sexual offences, possession of drugs

A Stretford man has been jailed for 30 months for sexual assault on a girl, possession of Class B drugs and drunk driving. Mohammed Chaudry,...

Cumbria coal mine project will dent UK reputation, says ex-climate chief Alok Sharma

Tory politician and the president of the Cop26 climate summit, Alok Sharma, has attacked plans to open the Cumbria coal mine in north west...

UK government could bring in military to ease strike action, says Nadhim Zahawi

  The British government is looking at bringing in the military to help keep public services running if key workers, including in the state-run NHS,...

Bank of England’s Dhingra warns of deeper and longer recession with higher rates

  Bank of England rate-setter Swati Dhingra on Saturday (3) said that higher interest rates could lead to a deeper and longer recession, adding there...

Darlington man locked up for 23 weeks for racially abusing girl, family

A man who racially abused a teenage girl at her home and threatened to “cut up” her brother “into peace” has been locked up...

Duke of Gloucester pays visit to herald Queen Elizabeth’s School’s 450th anniversary

  His Royal Highness (HRH) The Duke of Gloucester on Tuesday (29) visited Queen Elizabeth’s School or QE, Barnet, as the reigning Sunday Times State Secondary School...

My turban reminds me to protect and serve: Met Police Sikh Association chair Ravjeet...

Met Police Sikh Association chair Ravjeet Gupta has said his turban reminds him to protect and serve. In a blog published on the Met Police...

Buckinghamshire child dies from Strep A infection as toll in UK rises to 4

A primary school child in Buckinghamshire died of Strep A as the total number of fatalities from the bacterial infection in the UK has...