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26th September 2021
Starmer sees Labour rulebook reforms passed by conference despite another day of criticism

Sir Keir Starmer has seen his reform of Labour's rulebook approved by the party's conference in Brighton despite another day of opponents continuing their fight against the changes. In a vote at the Labour gathering in Brighton, Sir Keir's overhaul of how the party elects future leaders was passed by 53.67% to 46.33%. But the […]

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26th September 2021
Starmer: Labour MP wrong to say 'only women have a cervix'

A Labour MP was wrong to say that "only women have a cervix", party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said. Rosie Duffield has been criticised for her opposition to transgender women being able to access single-sex spaces such as domestic violence refuges, school toilets and prisons. The Canterbury MP is not attending Labour's conference in […]

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26th September 2021
UK records another 58 COVID-related deaths - as infections rise by 15% in a week

The UK has recorded 32,417 further COVID-19 cases and 58 deaths within 28 days of a positive test, according to the latest government figures. There have been 239,342 cases over the past seven days - an increase of almost 31,974, equivalent to 15.4% - data published on the government's coronavirus website showed. A total of […]

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26th September 2021
UK troops face questioning over woman's 2012 murder in Kenya

Nine British soldiers face being questioned over the murder of a Kenyan woman whose body was found in a septic tank of a hotel close to a UK army camp more than nine years ago. The body of 21-year-old Agnes Wanjiru was discovered at the Lions Court Inn in Nanyuki two months after she disappeared […]

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26th September 2021
Two main rivals in German election neck-and-neck, exit poll shows

An exit poll in Germany suggests the two main rivals are tied in an election that will determine who will succeed Angela Merkel. No single party has ever won a total majority in the country's Bundestag (lower house of parliament), meaning politicians will likely be plunged into negotiations in the coming days. The exit poll […]

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26th September 2021
Vladimir Putin pictured fishing and hiking on Siberian forest holiday

The Kremlin has released pictures showing Russian President Vladimir Putin on a fishing and hiking holiday in Siberia. Mr Putin, 68, was joined by defence minister Sergei Shoigu, his regular holiday companion, for the short break earlier this month. Image: Mr Putin visited the Primorye and the Amur Region of the Russian Far East earlier […]

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26th September 2021
'A beautiful moment': Fulham players celebrate with disabled fan who was bullied online

Fulham footballers players have been praised for creating "a beautiful moment in the beautiful game" after celebrating a goal with a disabled supporter who had been bullied online. Several of the London team's players ran over to Rhys Porter, who was sat in the front row of one the stands, after Aleksandar Mitrovic put Fulham […]

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26th September 2021
Status Quo founding bass player Alan Lancaster dies aged 72

The founding bassist of Status Quo, Alan Lancaster, has died at the age of 72. The group rose to prominence in the 1960s and 70s with hits including Rockin' All Over The World and Whatever You Want. Mr Lancaster, who was born in Peckham, south London, performed with the band until 1985, appearing on 15 […]

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26th September 2021
One of last European countries with abortion ban is voting on reversing 150-year-old law

One of the last countries in Europe to forbid abortion is holding a referendum on reversing the ban. San Marino, a tiny Catholic country surrounded by Italy, has a law banning abortion in any circumstance that dates from 1865. It is one of the world's oldest republics and one of the tiniest countries, with a […]

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26th September 2021
'I haven't felt this alive for years': Blood cancer sufferer completes charity wing walk

A father of two who has spent four years looking for a stem cell donor after he was diagnosed with blood cancer said he had not "felt this alive for years" after completing a charity wing walk. Peter McCleave was diagnosed with myeloma in 2017 and was told that he has seven years to find […]

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