The new Strikes (Minimum Service Levels) Bill gives the Government the power to ensure unions provide essential cover
12,000 cancer patients waiting more than three months for treatment
The HSJ said that while the number of patients waiting two months for cancer care had fallen, the number waiting three months had risen.
Mark Cavendish robbery trial hears accused ‘was stabbed in leg months earlier’
Two men deny robbery at the Olympic cyclist’s home in Ongar, Essex, in November 2021.
Commentator jokes dog who went viral has released a Prince Harry-style book
The book ‘Second’ is apparently Mabel’s account of competing with Ollie, and her life with sports commentator Andrew Cotter.
Rare Bible sells for £20,000 at Belfast auction house
The Geneva Bible, which dates back to 1615, sold for almost twice the estimate.
Data sharing progress between EU and UK hailed as ‘significant building block’
UK Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris met European Commission vice-president Maros Sefcovic in London
Harry’s bombshell memoir becomes fastest selling non-fiction book
The Duke of Sussex’s autobiography Spare went on sale around the world on Tuesday.
Conservative MPs express frustration at time limit introduced on stamp duty cut
Treasury minister Victoria Atkins said the UK Government must adopt a ‘fiscally responsible’ approach while it supports businesses and people.
Experts warn over plans to age-check child asylum seekers with X-rays
Then-home secretary Priti Patel said using biological tests would stop grown men seeking asylum while ‘masquerading as children’.
Man threatened to assassinate Nicola Sturgeon in Facebook post, court told
William Curtis and Philip Mitchell are on trial at the High Court in Glasgow accused of sending threatening and abusive messages on social media.