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# United Kingdom

This week
21st April 2024 - 24th April 2024
House of Lords sends Rwanda Bill back to Commons for fifth time after Sunak declared 'enough is enough'
Huw Edwards has resigned from the BBC on medical advice
Last month
March 2024
King Charles leads messages of sympathy for Kate Middleton after cancer diagnosis announcement
Kate Middleton announces in TV address that she is being treated for cancer
The announcement was made by the Princess of Wales in a television address at 6pm this evening.
Council taking measures to protect Banksy art in UK after mural defaced days after its arrival
George Galloway declares himself 'MP for Gaza' after chaotic British by-election campaign
This year
One of the most chaotic by-elections in recent British history is happening today
UK Government outline terms of reference for independent probe into Omagh bombing
Body of Clapham chemical attack suspect found in Thames, police believe
Ex-Scottish PM Nicola Sturgeon called Boris Johnson a 'f**king clown', UK Covid inquiry hears
UK government approve bill that plans to deport migrants to Rwanda
Debunked: No evidence to support claim that Ireland's population will drop by 72.4% by 2025
Motorist killed by falling tree as Storm Henk batters UK with 140kph winds
Police said a man in his 50s died, and more than 300 flood warnings remain in place.
Last year
Princess Diana referred to NI as part of the Republic, according to Irish ambassador's note
Woman charged with murder of four-year-old son in London
Irish government to take legal challenge against the UK over controversial Northern Ireland Legacy Act
James Bulger killer, Jon Venables, refused prison release by Parole Board
Boris Johnson admits ‘underestimating’ threat of Covid in early days of pandemic
Operators of UK nuclear plant denies reports its IT networks have been attacked by cyber groups
Former British chancellor Alistair Darling dies aged 70
Conservative MP Peter Bone suspended over bullying and sexual misconduct
Nicholas Rossi, who claims to be Irish orphan, arrested in connection with alleged rape in UK
'I would worry for the British people': Ryan on Sunak pushing out date on ban on new petrol car sales
Prince Harry's case against The Sun to go to trial, but phone hacking claims dismissed
Jeremy Clarkson's Sun column about Meghan Markle was sexist, says UK watchdog
Peter Flanagan: 'We were class at Eurovision back then' - remembering when Ireland was edgy & cool
Peter Flanagan
Met Police say they 'police proportionately' following outcry over coronation arrests
Opinion: Charles' coronation comes at a tricky time - is the jig up for the British monarchy?
Peter Flanagan
UK Labour's Diane Abbot loses party whip after suggesting Jewish, Irish and Traveller people do not face racism
A third of British residents 'wouldn't mind' Northern Ireland leaving the UK
All time
Boris Johnson drops out of race to become UK Prime Minister, leaving Sunak as clear favourite
Boris Johnson jets back to UK as Tories split on his expected leadership bid
Crowds gather in London as queen's coffin to go on display
Man targeted by gunman who killed nine-year-old girl in Liverpool arrested
Future Scottish independence referendum ‘should be put to all four UK nations’
Tory MP Neil Parish suspended pending investigation into House of Commons pornography claim
Not a ‘chance in hell’ Boris Johnson will step aside voluntarily, Tory peer says
New moves to cancel UK Christmas celebrations unlikely despite Omicron surge
Singer Rihanna made national hero as Barbados becomes a republic
EU warns of 'serious consequences' if UK decides to trigger Article 16