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King Charles is reportedly "doing extremely well under the circumstances" after commencing his cancer treatment, according to Queen Camilla.


The UK Home Office has issued an apology to a human rights activist who was detained by the Border Force at Gatwick Airport.


As snow blankets parts of the UK, schools nationwide have shuttered their doors in response to the wintry weather conditions.


Labour is making a significant turnaround by abandoning its commitment to spend £28 billion annually on its green investment plan.


Prince William resumed his royal duties today with a solemn investiture ceremony at Windsor Castle, stepping into the spotlight as his family grapples with health


David Holdsworth has been appointed as the next Chief Executive of the Charity Commission for England and Wales.  


The Old Bailey, London's historic Central Criminal Court, was evacuated after a fire broke out nearby, prompting concern and disruption.

Halifax has revealed that average house prices experienced a 1.3% increase in January, marking the fourth consecutive month of growth. This surge brings the average


Amanj Ali, the owner of a chicken shop in Greater Manchester, has found himself £12,000 poorer after a trademark dispute with Tesla didn't go his way.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today launched London’s Inclusion Charter – a partnership between young people, schools and local authorities to help tackle