He was found with stab wounds in the car park of Sainsbury’s in Market Harborough at 9.20pm and collected by Air Ambulance. Investigating officers believe he was attacked in the Britannia Walk and Nithsdale Crescent area of the town. These areas have
A spokesperson for North Yorkshire Police said: “Emergency services are at the scene of a serious collision on the A1. The incident happened at 7.48am today and involved a single vehicle. The driver and passengers of the vehicle are believed to have
The star anchor of the channel – set to launch on Sunday – believes pernicious woke culture is attacking traditional values, such as freedom of speech. It led him to abandon his previous role at Sky after nearly 25 years. Colin, who
But campaigners claim this enables sexual abuse with young women forced to wed against their will. Former Chancellor Sajid Javid is introducing a private member’s bill next week that will make it illegal for anyone to marry below the age of 18.
The retired lecturer and grandfather could only move his head, neck and right hand after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease six years ago. Mr Conway took his case for assisted dying to the Supreme Court but lost an appeal in 2018.
Acting Sergeant Mike Taggart said his mother Donna Crist would have been “very proud” of his North Wales Police work. He was just 15 when Donna, 36, was stabbed to death after asking her husband Derek Evans for a divorce. Evans was
Retail experts predict a huge splurge in high street stores as people flock to pick up the latest summer fashions. Jack Hillaby, of research agency Spark Emotions, said: “With footfall down significantly during the wettest May on record, the warmer weather this weekend
Speaking to BBC Breakfast Virologist Dr Chris Smith told viewers that following a surge in the Indian variant of coronavirus, the “stakes’ have gone in Covid’s “favour”. He explained how the government will now be considering an extension to the lockdown in
Simon Clark, director of smokers’ rights group Forest, has blasted ambitions by several nanny-state councils to go smoke-free in the coming years. One of these is Oxfordshire County Council which aims to achieve its ambition of going smoke-free by 2025 by banning
Dozens of community activists who have accepted a gong object to them being named after the British Empire – whose imperialism caused “harm and trauma”. Victor Adebowale, who accepted a CBE in 2000, John Amaechi – handed an OBE in 2011 –
On Saturday, the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, will make appearances over Berkshire and the South West of England. Trooping the Colour, the Queen’s annual birthday parade, will not be going ahead as it normally would today, with the