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The UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) will continue to empower young people to voice their opinions on crucial issues, as the Government appoints the

 

The Metropolitan Police recorded a significant surge in faith-based hate crimes in 2023.

 

Ten teams from across the UK have been selected as finalists for the inaugural Manchester Prize, a prestigious award celebrating AI innovations for public good.

 

Diplomats have racked up more than £143 million in unpaid congestion charges to Transport for London (TfL), recent figures reveal.

 

Julian Assange has been granted permission to appeal the order for his extradition to the United States, where he faces charges for leaking military secrets.

 

Forestry England invites people in Worcestershire to celebrate nature during National Nature Reserves Week from 20-31 May. This annual event, hosted by Natural England, highlights the

 

The UK Semiconductor Institute has been launched to support the government's Semiconductor Strategy, spearheaded by the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology and

 

According to a study by the clean transport think tank Transport and Environment (T&E), UK ports are being "choked" by harmful shipping fumes.

 

Virgin Trains is eyeing a return to operating rail services on the West Coast route connecting London and Glasgow, marking a potential comeback five years after losing the franchise.

 

King Charles, Queen Camilla, and Prince William will participate in events in Normandy to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day, Buckingham Palace announced.