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Trump fires critical State Department watchdog

US President Donald Trump has fired the State Department’s inspector general, an Obama administration appointee whose office was critical of alleged political bias in...

Watchdog says Hong Kong’s police only used force in response to safety threats

A long-awaited report from an official Hong Kong police watchdog group issued said officers used force only in response to threats to their safety...

Amanda Holden happy her figure attracts attention

Amanda Holden has said she “loves it that people are still talking about my tired old breasts” when she is nearly 50, following criticism...

Russian media watchdog launches probe into BBC World News channel

Russia’s media watchdog has launched an investigation into the BBC’s websites and World News channel over alleged violations of Russian law. The move comes the...

‘Serious data breach’ as expenses watchdog publishes details about UK MPs’ staff

The watchdog responsible for MPs' pay and expenses in the UK is investigating a "serious data breach" after a document containing confidential details about...

England wants cyber criminals to face jail and more powers for its data watchdog

Criminals obtaining and trading in personal data in England should face a jail term of up to two years, MPs there have said. The UK's...

TV watchdog receives 250 complaints after Big Brother sex game

Big Brother may face an Ofcom investigation following more than 250 complaints from viewers about controversial and explicit scenes aired this weekend. In Sunday’s episode,...

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Nemanja Matic signs new Manchester United contract

Nemanja Matic has signed a new contract with Manchester United which will keep him at the club until June 2023. The 31-year-old Serbia midfielder joined...

Beijing accuses UK of ‘gross interference’ over Hong Kong citizenship offer

Beijing has accused ministers of a “gross interference into China’s internal affairs” by offering Hong Kong residents a route to citizenship over a controversial...

Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from Inquiry

Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire have expressed anger at not being able to attend the inquiry into the disaster due to social-distancing measures. The...

Asylum seekers in Glasgow ‘malnourished with food not fit for human consumption’

Dozens of asylum seekers in Glasgow are being left “malnourished with food not fit for human consumption”, according to a charity supporting them. Positive Action...

Flights from UK to Greece can resume on July 15

Greece’s government has announced that direct flights from the United Kingdom to all airports in Greece can resume on July 15. Government spokesman Stelios Petsas...
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