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Past articles by Cahal:

Why is there filth swilling into our waterways? Under-investment and under-enforcement

Regulators cannot gauge amount of sewage in rivers → Read More

Ukraine war: Russia is 'erasing Ukrainian history' by ransacking libraries and burning books

Ukrainian intelligence services claim Russian forces and proxy authorities have been removing 365 named texts from libraries and schools as part of a process of 'Russification' of occupied territories → Read More

Leopard and Abrams tank donations not a silver bullet in Ukraine’s fight against Putin, experts say

Military experts warned the delivery into Ukraine would be a 'strategic and operational challenge' as a convoy of any Western manufactured tanks poses an 'exciting target' for Russian forces (Photo: Petras Malukas/Getty) → Read More

Fears of shortages as Chinese New Year and Covid cause mass factory closures and shipping delays

Three-quarters of freight company executive and logistics experts are predicting shipping delays in the coming weeks with a resulting risk of shortages in good from paint to televisions → Read More

Trans Rights Protest At Downing Street As UK Government Blocks Scottish Parliament Law On Self Identification

The UK Government has rejected claims it is trying to stop Edinburgh exercising its right to legislate on devolved matters but a leading constitutional law expert has suggested Downing Street had other options to imposing a Section 35 veto → Read More

Copies of “Spare” by Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, are displayed at Waterstones’ flagship Piccadilly bookshop on the day of its release (Photo: JUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty)

The publisher of the Duke of Sussex's tell-all biography said it had recorded more than 400,000 sales on its day of publication - a record for a non-fiction book → Read More

Prince Harry crosses the King's red line as he claims Camilla 'sacrificed me on her personal PR altar'

It is estimated that publisher Penguin Random House needs to sell some 1.7m copies of Spare, both in book and digital formats, to recoup the advance – reportedly £17m - paid for the memoir (Photo: Toby Melville/Reuters) → Read More

Pele returns to Santos stadium, where he found football fame, as Brazil bids farewell to its 'eternal king'

The Pele's Jersey statue and a Brazil flag at half-mast ahead of the arrival on Monday of the player’s coffin at Vila Belmiro Stadium in Santos (Photo: Fernanda Luz/Anadolu via Getty) → Read More

Rishi Sunak says he wants a ‘fair’ asylum system – there’s nothing fair about the tragedy in the Channel

Forensic officers enter a tent holding the victims as Kent Police, Search and Marine Unit attend at the RNLI Lifeboat Station in Dover harbour (Photo: Leon Neal/Getty) → Read More

Three dead and 43 rescued after small boat incident in Channel, Government sources say

Lifeboats, helicopters and navy vessels are understood to be working in the Channel → Read More

NHS in England spends £3bn on agency doctors and nurses as it struggles with staff shortages

Figures obtained by the Labour Party under Freedom of Information rules show that spending by NHS trusts in England on stop-gap agency doctors and nurses rose by a fifth this year → Read More

The Royal Family looks increasingly unfit for purpose as it rushes to stem the damage of Lady Hussey's words

A House of Windsor emerging from the death of the Queen would have wanted to spend this week talking about tackling global warming, but it now once more finds itself trying to douse the flames of a self-inflicted racism row → Read More

Lady Hussey's insult clearly exposes the Royal Family's blind spot when it comes to racism

Queen Elizabeth and her then lady in waiting, Lady Susan Hussey. Lady Hussey asked Ms Fulani, a black British woman, repeatedly where does she 'really come from' and then refused to accept her Britishness (Photo: Chris Radburn/PA Wire) → Read More

Brexit wounds reopen with talk of 'Swiss-style' deal

It is little secret that the Government wants to develop improved trade terms with the EU, as it realises that the Brexit terms it agreed are acting as a significant anchor to UK growth → Read More

How duty-free prunes are part of Jeremy Hunt’s plan to get the UK economy moving

The Chancellor vowed in his Autumn Statement to boost British business with a list of 133 import tariff exemptions, ranging from used cooking oil and bicycle brake levers to dehydrated garlic... and prunes → Read More

Blackouts across Ukraine as Russian missiles target energy system

Moscow on Tuesday unleashed a fresh barrage of missiles with the aim of degrading civilian energy systems as Ukrainian and UN investigators began to collate allegations of mass torture in newly-liberated Kherson → Read More

Russia accused of pillaging Ukrainian museums and cultural icons as its troops flee Kherson

'Everything that their grabbing hands reached': Russia has been accused of increasing the pace of its looting of Ukrainian art and treasure after the contents of a major museum in Kherson were loaded into trucks and a school bus → Read More

How Halloween became a £690m autumn nightmare for parents with marketing, costumes and front garden gore

Millions will tonight head out to celebrate Halloween with its surfeit of sugar and gore. But as spending reaches nearly £700m, has 31st October become just another costumed headache for parents as retailers spy a chance to boost profits? → Read More

Russia 'hiding ammunition in civilian lorries' to avoid Ukrainian rocket attacks as heavy armour losses mount

The High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) in action during combat training in the US. The weapon has been used to strike Russian ammunition depots (Photo: Tony Overman/The Olympian via AP) → Read More

Rishi Sunak's £730m family fortune could prove to be political kryptonite for the new PM

Rishi Sunak alongside his wife Akshata Murty. Mr Sunak is the new Conservative party leader and will become the next prime minister (Photo: Ian West/PA Wire) → Read More