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Westminster Council leader, Adam Hug, is calling on the National Crime Agency (NCA) to crack down on American candy shops, which have appeared across the UK and are allegedly blighting


The 2023 Canada-United Kingdom Media Freedom Award has been presented today to independent Egyptian online newspaper Mada Masr for its extraordinary

A new scheme to boost consumers’ confidence in the venison market and support the sustainable management of wild deer in the countryside has launched.


The Guardian newspaper has issued an apology to the Jewish community and Richard Sharp, former BBC chair, over a cartoon that has been deemed "antisemitic".

A report by a police watchdog on Thursday criticized London's police force for failing to learn enough from the 2016 case of serial killer Stephen Port to prevent similar


Two metal detectorists, Craig Best and Roger Pilling, have been found guilty of conspiring to sell Anglo-Saxon coins worth £766,000 overseas. The coins, believed to

Rail workers from 14 train operators are set to strike on May 13th, the day of the Eurovision Song Contest final, following the rejection of the latest offer from the Rail


According to a court filing in London, Prince Harry did not previously file a lawsuit against Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper group due to a secret agreement.

During the North Sea Summit held in Oostende today, the Dutch and British Ministers announced a groundbreaking plan to connect offshore wind between the


According to a recent court filing in Prince Harry's ongoing phone hacking lawsuit against News Group Newspapers, Prince William settled a phone hacking claim