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Boris Johnson’s controversial Brexit bill has cleared its final Commons hurdle – even though a number of senior Tories failed to vote for it.
The UK’s first hydrogen train is set to make its debut on mainline rail tracks as the Transport Secretary prepares to unveil a green technology drive as part of the coronavirus bounce back.
Thousands of ventilators bought to treat Covid-19 patients are sitting in warehouses due to a lack of demand, according to a new report.
Two-fifths of the world’s plants are at risk of extinction, with scientists in a race against time to find and save new species before they vanish, a report warns.
Beekeeping in cities such as London could be threatening wildlife rather than helping it because of a lack of nectar and pollen in urban areas, experts warn.
A new study will look at the effectiveness of a drug used to treat inflammatory conditions as a treatment for patients with coronavirus in the community, especially care homes.
The Government has been urged to ensure its Online Harms Bill meets six new tests set by the NSPCC to ensure the regulation of social media properly protects children online.
Countries are being urged to commit hundreds of billions of pounds in funding to protect nature in a global campaign backed by Sir David Attenborough.
Boris Johnson is under pressure to give MPs a vote on future coronavirus lockdown restrictions in the face of a growing Tory backbench revolt.
Almost a million British women have “missed” a breast cancer screening appointment because of the Covid-19 pandemic, a charity has estimated.
Gaps in equality law are leading to “undesirable and unnecessary religious discrimination” in schools and the workplace and fuelling segregation, a report claims.
Older people who were advised to shield at the start of the pandemic suffered high levels of depression and anxiety over worries about food and essentials, a new study has found.
Mental health experts are calling for body and face-editing apps to be age-restricted in order to better protect the mental and physical wellbeing of young people.
The Prime Minister will lead a Covid-19 briefing later after the UK recorded the highest number of daily coronavirus cases since the outbreak began.
Shoppers continue to enjoy falling prices as retailers try to encourage more into stores and recover lost ground due to the Covid-19 restrictions on social distancing, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
The Duchess of Sussex has taken aim at her critics by suggesting her comments are often misinterpreted as “inflammatory” by people “reacting to things which just haven’t happened”.
Home Secretary Priti Patel ordered officials to explore plans for building an asylum processing centre on a remote volcanic island in the south Atlantic – more than 4,000 miles from the UK, it has been reported.
Boris Johnson is pledging to keep the natural world at “the top of the global agenda”, with a warning of the “catastrophic” consequences if the delicate balance built over millions of years is destroyed.
Detectives are offering a £20,000 reward for information leading to the safe return of three young children believed to have been abducted at knifepoint by their father.
Six endangered species of shark have been born at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham, in what could be a “vital lifeline” for the species.
Boris Johnson is among political figures who have paid tribute to the Emir of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, following his death aged 91.
The Duchess of Sussex has said she was “in tears” while preparing to deliver a speech at her old school following the death of George Floyd.
More than 100 hospitality businesses in the UK – including pubs, restaurants and hotels – have written to the Prime Minister warning that thousands of jobs will be lost if businesses do not survive “this bleakest of winters”.
Experts have warned the Government’s daily figures on coronavirus infections must improve in order to identify clear trends, as the UK sees the highest daily figure for cases since the outbreak began.
Ian Paisley’s holiday celebrating a milestone birthday was partly-funded by a friend he first met at a cafeteria in London’s Methodist Central Hall.
Almost half of Britons believe the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should be “stripped” of their royal titles, a survey suggests.
The brothers who carried out the Manchester Arena attack “did not act alone” and others who knew or suspected the bomb plot are still “at large”, a public inquiry heard.
A Grenfell cladder accused of a “complete lack of respect for health and safety” has denied doing anything wrong.
A key worker who was forced to take a 100-mile round trip including boarding a ferry to the Isle of Wight for a coronavirus test has described the system as a “mockery”.
A High Court row centred on the procurement of software used in laboratories set up by Home Office ministers to provide Covid-19 testing has been settled, a judge has been told.