Milkshake ‘Fat Tax’ Looms as Lib Dems Eye Power

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New Tax Threatens Milkshakes Liberal Democrats are considering a new "fat tax" that would hit milkshakes with an additional 18p to 24p per litre, extending the sugar tax...

Lord Cameron Shows Strength with Falkland Islands Visit Despite Argentina’s Calls

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Key Points: Lord Cameron is currently visiting the Falkland Islands in a bold show of strength amidst fresh calls from Argentina regarding the islands' future. The Foreign Secretary...

Church of England invested in water firms dumping sewage in UK rivers

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Church's Investments vs Environmental Concerns The Church of England has millions invested in water companies responsible for dumping sewage in Britain's rivers, despite public criticism from the Archbishop...

KEMI Badenoch accuses sacked Post Office boss of seeking “revenge” with false smears

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Accusations and Vows KEMI Badenoch has accused the sacked Post Office boss of seeking "revenge" on her with false smears – and vowed to block any exit package....

Culture Secretary: No Trigger Warnings in British Books and Theatres

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Lucy Frazer Criticizes Trigger Warnings on Shakespeare's Works UK Culture Secretary, Lucy Frazer, has spoken out against the idea of trigger warnings on the works of Shakespeare, stating...

Labour signals Gaza ceasefire shift as Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting says Israel ‘has...

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Labour's Stance on Gaza Ceasefire Labour is gearing up to support an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, with Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting stating that Israel has crossed a...

Keir Starmer calls for ‘ceasefire that lasts’ in Israel-Hamas conflict

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Sir Keir Starmer's plea for lasting peace Sir Keir Starmer, speaking at the Scottish Labour conference in Glasgow, urged for a ceasefire in the Israel-Gaza conflict that endures...

Rwanda Deportation Flights Set to Take Off Before General Election, Says Migration Minister

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Promise of Deportation Flights The illegal migration minister, Michael Tomlinson, has announced that deportation flights to Rwanda will commence before the general election, pending parliamentary approval. Moral Imperative to...

Schools Instructed to Prohibit Mobile Phones Following New Government Guidance

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New Measures to Tackle Distractions Schools have received instructions to ban mobile phones from classrooms as part of new Government guidance. The move aims to address "unnecessary distraction"...

Fresh Controversy for Sir Keir Starmer as Labour Member Accuses Alexei Navalny of Nazi...

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Accusations Against Navalny Sir Keir Starmer finds himself in hot water as a senior Labour member, Mish Rahman, accuses Alexei Navalny of being a "Nazi sympathiser." Rahman pointed...

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