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A MUM whose son was found hanging in a mental unit has slammed the Government's response to an inquiry as a "slap in the face" for families.
IT has been announced Priti Patel will retain her role as Home Secretary.
Dominic Raab has lost his role of foreign secretary and will become justice secretary as part of Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has been sacked from his role as Boris Johnson carries out a Cabinet reshuffle.
POLICE have paid tribute to the father of a man found dead in Michael Barrymore's pool after he died of cancer today.
The top questions related to changes from E5 to E10 petrol have been answered by LeaseCar.uk.
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has revealed the 11 things you need to know that could save you £100s on your energy bills.
Terry Lubbock, 76, whose son Stuart died in entertainer Michael Barrymore's swimming pool 20 years ago has died.
The father of a man found dead in entertainer Michael Barrymore’s swimming pool 20 years ago has died, a friend has said.
Flower walls are Tiktok’s most popular new DIY trend with celebrities and influencers on the platform racing to try it.
HSBC UK has warned its customers about a scam involving them giving out their one time password (OTP)
Shamima Begum, the east London schoolgirl who fled her home in 2015 to join the so-called Islamic State terror group in Syria, has asked the British people for forgiveness.
A worker described their team as “struggling and broken” on a mental health ward for young people without enough staff to keep patients safe, a watchdog has said.
Campaign group SOLE has set out its ten-point plan for the future of Essex's libraries.
DAYLIGHT dogging is making walking beauty spots around a medieval church no-go areas, residents told a council meeting last night.
Boris Johnson said not getting the vaccine could mean you are nine times more likely to die of Covid.
Boris Johnson discussed vaccine passports, jabs for 12 to 15-year-olds, the booster vaccine programme, and face coverings.
Booster vaccines will be offered to people aged 50 and over, those in care homes and frontline health and social care workers, the Government has announced.
A weather warning is in place across Essex today with forecasters warning about the prospect of flooding.
Covid vaccine boosters are being set in motion by the Government to combat the virus this winter.