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Post Office would stand by prosecution of more than 350 sub-postmasters, boss told minister in letter

Post Office would stand by prosecution of more than 350 sub-postmasters, boss told minister in letter

The boss of the Post Office wrote a letter to ministers saying he would stand by the prosecution of more than 350 of the sub-postmasters convicted in the Horizon scandal.

The key questions to be answered after government's plan to overturn Post Office convictions

The key questions to be answered after government's plan to overturn Post Office convictions

Details of legislation to exonerate sub-postmasters who were wronged in the Horizon scandal have been set out by the government.

Shamima Begum: Runaway IS bride to find out if she can return to UK

Shamima Begum: Runaway IS bride to find out if she can return to UK

Shamima Begum is set to find out if she has won an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship.

Dramatic footage shows fishermen rescued from sinking boat off Scottish coast

Dramatic footage shows fishermen rescued from sinking boat off Scottish coast

Dramatic footage has revealed the moment crew on a sinking fishing vessel were rescued off the west coast of Scotland.

Cocaine haul worth £450m found hidden in banana shipment in largest-ever class A drugs bust

Cocaine haul worth £450m found hidden in banana shipment in largest-ever class A drugs bust

A shipment of £450m worth of cocaine has been seized at Southampton Port in a "huge hit" to crime cartels.

XL bully safeguards: First phase comes into force in Scotland

XL bully safeguards: First phase comes into force in Scotland

The first phase of the Scottish government's safeguards on XL bully dogs has come into force.

Starmer denies threatening Speaker over Gaza ceasefire vote

Starmer denies threatening Speaker over Gaza ceasefire vote

Sir Keir Starmer has "categorically" denied threatening Sir Lindsay Hoyle to select Labour's amendment in the Gaza ceasefire debate in a move that unleashed parliamentary chaos.

Speaker says MPs face 'frightening' threats as he defends prioritising safety

Speaker says MPs face 'frightening' threats as he defends prioritising safety

An emotional Sir Lindsay Hoyle said he never wants to pick up the phone "to find a friend has been murdered" - as he defended his actions in the Commons on Wednesday.

Scout Association referred to police over boy's death on 2018 trip

Scout Association referred to police over boy's death on 2018 trip

The Scout Association and one of its employees have been referred to police following an inquest into the death of a 16-year-old boy.

Schools closed and train services cancelled amid flooding as heavy downpours hit large parts of UK

Schools closed and train services cancelled amid flooding as heavy downpours hit large parts of UK

Schools have been closed and travel disrupted after roads and railway lines were flooded by heavy rain falling on already saturated ground across large parts of the UK.

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