Police investigations into Dianas death to be explored in Channel 4 documentary
A Channel 4 documentary will explore the police investigations that followed the death of Diana, Princess of Wales and the conspiracy theories that spread in their wake.
Liz Truss summons Chinese ambassador over aggression against Taiwan
China’s ambassador to the UK has been summoned to the Foreign Office over Beijing’s “aggressive and wide-ranging escalation” against Taiwan in recent days.
Temperatures climb as parts of UK grapple with impacts of hot dry summer
Temperatures are set to climb into the 30s on Wednesday as parts of the UK face water shortages and fires ahead of a new heatwave.
Ministers working on fresh cost of living support package to put to new PM
The Government is working up a fresh package of cost-of-living support for the next prime minister to consider when they take office, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury has said.
One million London children offered polio vaccine
Almost a million children aged one to nine across London are to be offered a polio vaccine to try to prevent the spread of the virus.
Tui reveals 63m hit from airport travel chaos
Holiday group Tui has revealed a 75 million euro (£63 million) hit from the recent travel chaos that crippled airports and led to flight cancellations and lengthy delays.
BGT star Molly Rainford named in Strictly Come Dancing line up
Britain’s Got Talent finalist Molly Rainford has been announced as the latest star to sign up for Strictly Come Dancing.
Households owe 13bn to their energy suppliers ahead of winter bill rises
Households already owe £1.3 billion to their energy suppliers two months before bills are set to soar by more than 80%.
Chancellor to hold crisis talks with gas and electricity bosses
Energy sector bosses will take part in crisis talks with Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi and Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng as the price cap was forecast to hit more than £4,200 in January.
UK children lack understanding and awareness of cyber bullying
Children and their parents in the UK have “important gaps in their knowledge” around cyber bullying, a new report on online safety says, warning that both are failing to properly identify it despite many young people being affected.
Rangers Malik Tillman thanks fans for pushing us every minute of comeback win
Malik Tillman dedicated Rangers’ thrilling 3-0 Champions League qualifying win over Union Saint-Gilloise to the fans who roared them into the play-off with a 3-2 aggregate triumph.
The Snowman creator Raymond Briggs dies aged 88
Author and illustrator Raymond Briggs, who is best known for the 1978 classic The Snowman, has died aged 88.
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