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# UK

April
April 2024
Cabinet approves emergency legislation to enable return of asylum seekers to UK
Gardaí ‘released from desk jobs’ to work on immigration enforcement won't 'police the border'
Harris does not intend to provide 'loophole' for UK's migration challenges after Sunak comments
'Total mayhem': Four people taken to hospital after British army horses bolt through central London
House of Lords sends Rwanda Bill back to Commons for fifth time after Sunak declared 'enough is enough'
Scottish First Minister defends country's hate crime laws following criticism from JK Rowling
March
March 2024
Private hospital in alleged Kate Middleton data breach says disciplinary steps will be taken
Man denies assaulting Roy Keane after Arsenal v Man United
Man denies assaulting former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane
Man (43) charged in UK over alleged assault on Roy Keane last year
Man (43) charged in UK over alleged assault on Roy Keane last year
George Galloway declares himself 'MP for Gaza' after chaotic British by-election campaign
February
February 2024
Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens ‘should never have been a police officer’, inquiry finds
One of the most chaotic by-elections in recent British history is happening today
Bulgarian man becomes sixth person charged for allegedly spying on UK for Russia
Trampoline park directors in UK fined over 11 instances of broken backs
US and UK forces launch new strikes against 18 Houthi targets in Yemen
UK House of Commons Speaker faces calls to resign over unusual handling of Gaza ceasefire vote
Julian Assange too unwell to attend final UK court appeal on his extradition to the US
UK Labour withdraws support for by-election candidate after comments critical of Israel
Police search River Thames for body of man accused of pouring alkali on ex-partner and her children
Brianna Ghey's father calls on Sunak to apologise for 'degrading' transgender remark during PMQs
Britain's King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer
Mother of Brianna Ghey calls for ban on social media apps for under-16s
January
January 2024
Liz Truss was paid £32,000 to speak at a conference in Dublin last year
UK announces ban on disposable vapes, as Tánaiste says he would like to see a similar move here
UK set to pass bill making it easier for Irish citizens to apply for British citizenship
Ex-Scottish PM Nicola Sturgeon called Boris Johnson a 'f**king clown', UK Covid inquiry hears
UK court to look at 'gaps' in handling risk posed by man who murdered Grace O'Malley-Kumar
Valdo Calocane pleaded guilty to manslaughter and attempted murder after multiple attacks in Nottingham last year.
UN expert slams UK over 'severe crackdowns' on climate protesters
Ireland lodges case against UK with European Court over Troubles legislation
Yemenis face uncertain future as US-UK airstrikes prompt fears of escalating violence
US to reclassify Houthis as 'specially designated terrorists'
Sunak holds Cabinet call amid speculation of strikes against Houthi rebels over Red Sea attacks
Sunak says there is 'a very good basis’ for Stormont Executive to be restored
Explainer: The UK's Post Office scandal that ruined workers’ lives
Rishi Sunak faces another by-election as ex-energy minister quits over drilling legislation
Last year
2023
Around 100 homes damaged by 'localised tornado' that swept through Greater Manchester town
UK abandons plan to use imperial measures for goods after consultation finds only 1% in favour
Removal of Banksy artwork in London reported to Met Police to ‘help get it back’