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Partygate: New photos appear to show Boris Johnson toasting colleague at Downing Street lockdown drinks
Photos have emerged of the prime minister drinking at a gathering allegedly during the second lockdown.
'Serious failures' of Afghanistan evacuation lowered UK's global standing - damning report calls for Foreign Office boss to resign
The "serious systemic failures" of the Afghanistan evacuation by the Foreign Office lowered the UK's global standing, a cross-party group of MPs has said.
Police admit they are 'ashamed' of racism - and pledge new zero tolerance
Chief constables have admitted they were "ashamed" of continuing racism in policing - as they launched an action plan to stamp it out.
Cost of living crisis: Pensioners who feared they wouldn't survive winter stunned by act of kindness
"We had to do something, Godfrey," Jeanette Ward tells her husband, "because, it's like you said, we couldn't have managed another winter."
Platinum Jubilee: Six sites visited by Queen given protected status to celebrate her reign
Six historic sites visited by the Queen have been given protected status to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.
Monkeypox: 36 more cases detected in UK - as virus could become endemic in Europe, health officials warn
Another 36 monkeypox cases have been detected in the UK, taking the total to 56.
Queen uses buggy to visit Chelsea Flower Show after months of suffering mobility problems
The Queen has been taken around the Chelsea Flower Show in a buggy for the first time after suffering from mobility issues.
Depp v Heard: Actress' loss of earnings 'could be as high as $50m' - as Kate Moss prepares to give evidence in libel trial
Amber Heard's loss of earnings could be as high as $50m due to negative statements made by Johnny Depp and his attorney, an industry expert has told her libel trial.
Ukraine war: Russia's blockade will increase starvation and global instability, UN organisation warns
Russia's blockade of Ukraine will lead to worsening starvation, famine and instability around the world if it cannot be lifted, the World Food Programme has said.
Russian diplomat Boris Bondarev resigns over Ukraine war, saying he has 'never been so ashamed of my country' - and fears for his safety
A veteran Russian diplomat has said he is concerned about his safety after he resigned over what he called the "disaster" of his nation's invasion of Ukraine.