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PM issues ‘unreserved apology’ over war graves racism finding

The Prime Minister said he was “deeply troubled” by the investigation


Stephen Lawrence’s legacy is of ‘hope’ and ‘change’, say parents

The Undercover Policing Inquiry held minute’s silence for the murdered black teenager, whose family’s campaign for justice was spied upon.

Harry pays tribute to conservation work of grandfather Philip

Prince Harry has worked with African Parks since 2016 where he helped them complete their re-location of 500 elephants in Malawi.

Talking Point: Should councils have more power to restrict traffic?

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New dating app Thursday only works on one day of the week

Couples, your single friends are about to start turning down all your Thursday night drink invitations


‘Pervasive racism’ led to failure to commemorate black and Asian troops – report

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace will give a statement to MPs on the findings on Thursday.

Find vintage treasures in London’s reopened homewares emporiums

London’s a haven of second-hand stores, all open for customers again.


Heathrow refuses requests for extra flights from India

Britons returning to the UK after 4am on Friday will be forced to quarantine in a hotel for 10 days.

William and Kate join air cadets as they honour Philip

Cadets gave three cheers in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh who was the Air Commodore-in-Chief of the Air Training Corps for 63 years.

Queen ‘deeply touched’ by public tributes to Philip

The Duke of Edinburgh died peacefully at Windsor Castle on April 9.

Fishmongers’ Hall heroes give tearful accounts of standoff

Convicted terrorist Usman Khan fatally stabbed two people before he was shot by police.

Ex-prisoner urged police to ‘just shoot’ Fishmongers’ Hall attacker

Former prisoner John Crilly was attending the conference where terrorist Usman Khan ran amok with two knives, killing Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones.

Air pollution and the death of Ella Kissi-Debrah: key questions answered

The nine-year-old London schoolgirl died from an asthma attack in 2013.
Property News

Is London’s pandemic property boom running out of steam?

House prices in the capital eased month on month but are still stronger than a year ago


Tommy Robinson’s ‘anti-Muslim message’ saw boy facing death threats, court hears

The English Defence League founder – whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – is being sued by Jamal Hijazi.

Average UK house price surged by £20,000 in the year to February

House sales doubled in March this year compared with March 2020, HM Revenue and Customs said.

Treasures found in castle’s attics and cellars fetch £730,000 at auction

Silverware, paintings, sculptures and kitchen objects were found during ‘decluttering’ at Dunrobin Castle in Sutherland.

Sadiq Khan leads calls for ‘real change’ after George Floyd’s killer convicted

The Prime Minister said he was ‘appalled by the death of George Floyd” as he welcomed the guilty verdicts against Derek Chauvin.

Crowd-sourced poem captures the arrival of spring

Observations made by 400 members of the public were woven into the verse.

Boris Johnson faces awkward question about Jennifer Arcuri ‘affair’

Do you believe you acted with honesty and integrity in your relationship with Ms Arcuri, who claims you conducted your affair in your marital home?


Covid Memorial Wall should become permanent if the public wants – Archbishop

The Archbishop of Canterbury spoke with bereaved relatives adding tributes to the wall in central London along with other faith leaders on Tuesday.

Office firm WeWork to accept payment in select cryptocurrencies

Coinbase will be the first WeWork member to use cryptocurrency to pay for its membership at the office sharing firm...


Undercover officers’ sexual relationships encouraged or tolerated, tribunal told

Kate Wilson, who was deceived into an intimate relationship with undercover officer Mark Kennedy, is taking legal action against the Met.
Property News

1 in 4 homes sold last month were on the market for less than a week

The average price of a home in the UK is now £327,797 after an increase of 2.1 per cent — or £6,733 — in a month.


First Covid-19 vaccination protects blood cancer patients – study

Researchers say the findings suggest the jab could provide protection against the virus for patients with myeloma.

Sunny weather set to stick around in coming week

The Met Office has said with the exception of some light rain and cloud on Tuesday, the coming week is set to stay dry and sunny across the UK.

Labour leader clashes with pub landlord in lockdown row

The Raven pub later said on Twitter that it had not intended to ‘hijack’ the Labour leader’s visit to Bath.

Travel restrictions ‘strained political relationships around Brexit’

Ireland’s former ambassador to the UK said the lack of face-to-face engagement made it difficult to resolve issues.

Thousands rush to register to vote as deadline day arrives

More than 31,000 applications had been submitted on Monday by 3pm.

HSBC calls five-days-a-week office work ‘unnecessary’ and scraps exec floor

Chief executive Noel Quinn said hybrid working is ‘the new reality of life’ as he starts hot-desking with colleagues.

‘Heartless’ killers jailed for murdering rapper

Crosslon Davis was killed in a brutal attack in Deptford, south-east London, in December 2019.