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Registration For “Extraordinary” Walk The Wight Opens Friday

Registration for an extra special Walk the Wight opens on Friday (31). Mountbatten is celebrating 30 years of the iconic event, which has raised more than £5 million since it began in 1991. To mark 30...

Coronavirus: Mainland China cases now exceed SARS as death toll hits 132

The coronavirus death toll in China has risen to 132 while nearly 6,000 people are infected, making it more widespread on the mainland than the notable SARS outbreak. In the last 24 hours, 26 people...

No more delays for Northern decision as franchise reaches the end of the line

Time is up. Northern is expected to be stripped of its rail franchise today and for commuters it can't happen quickly enough - rail travel in the north of England should come with a...

Texas Walmart shooting: Hero who saved baby from attack was homeless man

A heroic civilian who saved a baby during a mass shooting at a Walmart in Texas has been identified as a homeless man who also returned to the store to help treat the wounded. Security...

Man United fans throw flares at home of transfers chief Ed Woodward

Manchester United have condemned an "unwarranted attack" on executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, after fans were filmed throwing flares at his home. Some of the Old Trafford faithful have been disappointed by the club's performance in...

Heading home: What the UK’s MEPs will and won’t miss about Brussels

The European Parliament is today expected to approve the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, marking the final stage of the ratification process ahead of the UK's exit from the EU on Friday. And for the UK's...

Powerful earthquake triggers tsunami warning off Jamaican coast

A powerful 7.7-magnitude earthquake in the sea between Jamaica and Cuba triggered a tsunami warning for parts of the Caribbean. The powerful tremor struck 72 miles (117 km) northwest of the coastal town of Lucea...

British fishermen fear they won’t get what they voted for after Brexit

The automatic right of EU vessels to fish in British waters will come to an end at the end of the the transition period in December 2020. That is a legal guarantee contained in the...

Dissatisfaction with democracy ‘reaches all-time high’, study says

Dissatisfaction with democracy reached an all-time high last year, according to new research, with British people left particularly frustrated by the political stalemate caused by the EU referendum. The UK was one of several large...

US ‘disappointed’ as PM grants limited 5G role to Huawei

Britain has decided to allow Huawei to help build its high-speed 5G networks, defying security concerns from the US and others about the Chinese company. It will be subject to a series of restrictions but...

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