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Starmer accuses 'weak' Sunak of harbouring 'extremists' in his party

Starmer accuses 'weak' Sunak of harbouring 'extremists' in his party

Sir Keir Starmer has accused the prime minister of harbouring extremists in his party after a senior Tory MP was suspended for "Islamophobic" comments.

Prisoners early release scheme extended indefinitely, leaked documents show

Prisoners early release scheme extended indefinitely, leaked documents show

A scheme to allow prisoners to be released early because of a lack of space has been extended indefinitely, Sky News can reveal.

King criticises Russia's 'indescribable aggression' on second anniversary of Ukraine war

King criticises Russia's 'indescribable aggression' on second anniversary of Ukraine war

The King has criticised Russia's "indescribable aggression" and praised Ukrainians for their "true valour" on the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion.

'Cold, calculating, thorough': The real-life bomb disposal experts on Trigger Point

'Cold, calculating, thorough': The real-life bomb disposal experts on Trigger Point

First it was bent coppers, now it's explosives planted around London - Vicky McClure's characters never have it easy.

David Attenborough at 97: 'He still works harder than most of us - seven days a week'

David Attenborough at 97: 'He still works harder than most of us - seven days a week'

At 97, Sir David Attenborough is a man still happy to crawl on his belly through wet grass to get his shot.

The interior designer transforming social housing - with stunning results

The interior designer transforming social housing - with stunning results

A social worker turned interior designer is tackling furniture poverty by transforming the homes of social housing tenants through her charity.

Play about drama school misconduct lifts curtain on trauma behind the scenes

Play about drama school misconduct lifts curtain on trauma behind the scenes

A new play, written by a former drama student, tells the story of a flawed acting school teacher whose out-of-date and unethical practices land him in deep trouble with his students.

'I'm sorry': Woman's message to city after WWII bomb found in her garden

'I'm sorry': Woman's message to city after WWII bomb found in her garden

A woman whose back garden was at the centre of an unexploded bomb scare that prompted one of the biggest evacuations since the Second World War has described the ordeal as an "absolute nightmare".

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