Debate over Gaza erupts into parliamentary showdown

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Contentious ruling by Speaker sparks outrage The debate on Gaza in the House of Commons took an unexpected turn when Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle made a controversial ruling,...

UK Government Remains Confident in Nuclear Deterrent Despite Missile Failure

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Grant Shapps Affirms Confidence in UK's Nuclear Deterrent UK's Defence Secretary, Grant Shapps, has expressed the government's unwavering confidence in the country's nuclear deterrent following a recent Trident...

Gaza Ceasefire Vote Looms: Labour Faces Awkward Choices

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Sir Keir Starmer's Battle Sir Keir Starmer is working to prevent a Labour rebellion as a crucial Commons vote on a Gaza ceasefire approaches. Looming Decision Labour rebels are considering...

New UK Proposal: New Drivers Could Drive 7.5-Tonne Lorries Without Special Licence

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Proposed Law Change A senior Tory is pushing for new drivers to be able to drive 7.5-tonne lorries and minibuses without a special licence, aiming to cut costs...

UK Sanctions ‘Polar Wolf’ Penal Colony Chiefs Over Murder of Alexei Navalny

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British Response to Navalny's Death Britain has imposed sanctions on six Russian officials who oversee the Arctic penal colony where Alexei Navalny was killed. This action comes in...

Donald Trump lashes out at Nikki Haley at town hall, hints at potential running...

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Trump criticizes Haley for not dropping out At a town hall in South Carolina, former President Donald Trump expressed his frustration with Nikki Haley for not dropping out...

UK Home Secretary announces crackdown on sex offenders changing their names

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Public safety comes first The Home Secretary, James Cleverly, has revealed plans to prohibit sex offenders from altering their names if they pose a continued threat to the...

Sir Keir Starmer Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza to Head Off Labour Revolt

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Labour Shifts Stance on Israel-Hamas War Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the opposition, has made a significant move by calling for an "immediate humanitarian ceasefire" in Gaza....

Greenpeace protesters facing criminal damage charges after demonstration at Rishi Sunak’s home

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Charges filed Authorities have charged two Greenpeace protesters with criminal damage following a demonstration at the residence of Rishi Sunak. Protest details During the protest in North Yorkshire last August,...

Easier Trade with EU a ‘Work in Progress’, Says PM to Woo Rural Voters

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PM Addresses National Farmers' Union Conference In an effort to court farmers and rural voters ahead of the general election, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has described easier trade...

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