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Proposal to revive FA cup replays to be tabled in Commons

Proposal to revive FA cup replays to be tabled in Commons

Proposal to revive FA cup replays to be tabled in Commons

23 April 2024

All replays from the first round are to be abolished after an agreement between the Football Association and Premier League.


Changing Welsh roads back to 30mph could cost £5m, minister admits

Changing Welsh roads back to 30mph could cost £5m, minister admits

Changing Welsh roads back to 30mph could cost £5m, minister admits

23 April 2024

Ken Skates, the Welsh transport minister, has said speed limit revisions could cost between £3-5 million.


Richard Osman confirms Thursday Murder Club film cast

Richard Osman confirms Thursday Murder Club film cast

Richard Osman confirms Thursday Murder Club film cast

23 April 2024

The bestseller features retirement residents attempting to investigate murders in their sleepy English village and was Osman’s debut novel.


London Marathon runner ‘honoured’ after wine challenge goes viral

London Marathon runner ‘honoured’ after wine challenge goes viral

London Marathon runner ‘honoured’ after wine challenge goes viral

23 April 2024

Tom Gilbey sipped a glass of wine after completing each mile of the London Marathon.


Six arrests made as St George’s Day event held in Whitehall

Six arrests made as St George’s Day event held in Whitehall

Six arrests made as St George’s Day event held in Whitehall

23 April 2024

Four arrests were made outside a pub in Whitehall – one on suspicion of assault and three on suspicion of assaulting an emergency worker, police said.


Football reforms will not damage Premier League, insists Culture Secretary

Football reforms will not damage Premier League, insists Culture Secretary

Football reforms will not damage Premier League, insists Culture Secretary

23 April 2024

MPs have been debating the Football Governance Bill at second reading in the House of Commons.


Lottery winners give back to hospital that saved son’s life

Lottery winners give back to hospital that saved son’s life

Lottery winners give back to hospital that saved son’s life

23 April 2024

The group of 23 winners helped out with some gardening, planting borders alongside a new walkaway around the Alder Centre bereavement unit.


Gardening and moderate physical activities ‘may cut depression risk by 23%’

Gardening and moderate physical activities ‘may cut depression risk by 23%’

Gardening and moderate physical activities ‘may cut depression risk by 23%’

23 April 2024

The effects of physical activity intensity on depression highlight the need for precise exercise guidelines, researchers say.


Sunak says pro-Palestine protests must be ‘policed, not just managed’

Sunak says pro-Palestine protests must be ‘policed, not just managed’

Sunak says pro-Palestine protests must be ‘policed, not just managed’

23 April 2024

Rishi Sunak said he was ‘shocked’ to see footage of antisemitism campaigner Gideon Falter being threatened with arrest.


John Lennon guitar found in attic on auction for more than £600,000

John Lennon guitar found in attic on auction for more than £600,000

John Lennon guitar found in attic on auction for more than £600,000

23 April 2024

After being used by The Beatles, the guitar then was in the possession of Scottish guitarist Gordon Waller.


A balanced diet may be linked to better brain health, study suggests

A balanced diet may be linked to better brain health, study suggests

A balanced diet may be linked to better brain health, study suggests

23 April 2024

According to the findings, people with a balanced diet demonstrated better mental health and superior cognitive functions.


Lloyd Webber tells of ‘greatest honour’ of life as King makes him a Garter Knight

Lloyd Webber tells of ‘greatest honour’ of life as King makes him a Garter Knight

Lloyd Webber tells of ‘greatest honour’ of life as King makes him a Garter Knight

23 April 2024

The composer said he was ‘humbled, grateful and, quite frankly, staggered’ to be made a Knight Companion of the Order of the Garter.


Sunak promises to increase defence spending to 2.5% of GDP by 2030

Sunak promises to increase defence spending to 2.5% of GDP by 2030

Sunak promises to increase defence spending to 2.5% of GDP by 2030

23 April 2024

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said ‘we cannot be complacent’ in a world that was ‘the most dangerous it has been’ since the Cold War.


Care workers were afraid they would bring coronavirus home, probe hears

Care workers were afraid they would bring coronavirus home, probe hears

Care workers were afraid they would bring coronavirus home, probe hears

23 April 2024

The Scottish Covid-19 Inquiry has been hearing evidence from unions who represented front-line workers during the pandemic.


Post Office chairwoman ‘may have expected lawyer to manipulate probe’

Post Office chairwoman ‘may have expected lawyer to manipulate probe’

Post Office chairwoman ‘may have expected lawyer to manipulate probe’

23 April 2024

Susan Crichton, the Post Office’s general counsel before resigning in 2013, gave evidence on Tuesday.


Welsh speed limits could go back up by the end of the year

Welsh speed limits could go back up by the end of the year

Welsh speed limits could go back up by the end of the year

23 April 2024

Ken Skates, the Welsh transport minister, has announced the Welsh government will be revising its guidance on which roads must be 20mph.


Charities warn Bill to ban no-fault evictions ‘will fail’ if amendments backed

Charities warn Bill to ban no-fault evictions ‘will fail’ if amendments backed

Charities warn Bill to ban no-fault evictions ‘will fail’ if amendments backed

23 April 2024

There are calls for ministers to resist pressure from ‘vested interests’ ahead of key votes on the Renters (Reform) Bill on Wednesday.


Videos of science practicals replacing interactive work in schools – report

Videos of science practicals replacing interactive work in schools – report

Videos of science practicals replacing interactive work in schools – report

23 April 2024

The most common form of exposure to practical science among school pupils was through video, a survey has found.


Dame Esther Rantzen says she is not well enough to attend assisted dying debate

Dame Esther Rantzen says she is not well enough to attend assisted dying debate

Dame Esther Rantzen says she is not well enough to attend assisted dying debate

23 April 2024

MPs will debate assisted dying on Monday


PM says investments in weapons companies meet ethical criteria

PM says investments in weapons companies meet ethical criteria

PM says investments in weapons companies meet ethical criteria

23 April 2024

Rishi Sunak said the Government will seek to incentivise private sector investment by stating that defence investment counts towards ESG assessments.


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