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Past articles by Molly:

Shamima Begum loses appeal to restore British citizenship over national security concerns

The Supreme Court ruled in 2021 that national security concerns outweighed Ms Begum's right to appeal her citizenship loss in the UK → Read More

UK strikes: Government's new bill will lead to more walk outs, 50 leading rights groups warn

The Bill would hand ministers 'vast powers' to curb strike action, as well as permitting them to amend current and future laws with little scrutiny from Parliament, groups have warned → 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

Latest strikes updates as 100,000 civil servants and ambulance staff vow to walk out

The BMA is meeting the Health Secretary at 10am to discuss an ongoing NHS dispute over pay and conditions → Read More

NHS pressure ‘unbearable’ as hospitals start warning patients to stay away from A&E unless they are dying

The heads of the British Medical Association, Society for Acute Medicine and Royal College of Emergency Medicine said staff are desperately trying to keep up with intense demand at hospitals nationwide → Read More

Just four Lionesses get New Year Honours after winning England's first major trophy since 1966

The chair of the Sports Honours Committee said the decision to recognise less than a handful of players was taken in part because the victory was 'a European competition and not a world one' → Read More

Pele: Brazil enters three days of mourning as preparations for football legend's monumental funeral begin

Pele is hoisted on the shoulders of his teammates after Brazil won the World Cup final against Italy, 4-1, in Mexico City's Estadio Azteca, June 21, 1970. (Photo: AP) → Read More

Fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood dies aged 81

The fashion giant died peacefully surrounded by her family, her representative said → Read More

Birmingham stabbing: Man, 23, dies after being stabbed on dancefloor of The Crane nightclub on Boxing Day

The man, who has not been named, died at the scene → Read More

King's first Christmas speech: Charles pays tribute to Queen and discusses cost of living 'hardship'

The new monarch did not mention Prince Harry and Meghan amid a deepening rift → Read More

First King's speech set to pay tribute to Queen

King Charles is spending Christmas at Sandringham with his family, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three young children. (Photo: Toby Melville, Reuters) → Read More

Wallasey Village: Woman dead and three in hospital after Christmas Eve shooting in Merseyside pub

Three men were also taken to hospital with gunshot wounds → 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

When are the strikes this week? Full list of planned train, Royal Mail and NHS nurse strike dates

Nurses, rail workers and bus drivers are among those set to walk out this week → Read More

Pro-Qatar World Cup social media posts pumped out by 'bot farm' in Bangladesh, analysts say

Analysts discovered 69 'inauthentic accounts' on Facebook and Twitter in Bangladesh, with 18 concentrated in a suspected network in the capital of Dhaka → Read More

US midterms results: Flop for Donald Trump won’t silence election deniers for long, conspiracy experts warn

Candidates backed by the ex-president largely failed to secure the landslide wins he was hoping for → Read More

From Trump to abortion rights and gun laws, how the US midterms became a battle for the soul of America

With so much at stake this election, tonight, campaigners and candidates are holding their breath. → Read More

'Children are dying': Inside Uvalde, a city gripped by a bitter political divide on gun laws

One state senator said gun violence had become 'the most important issue in my life' → Read More

Money paid by UK to Rwanda for migrant deportations is not being scrutinised, says country’s opposition leader

Human rights outlets have expressed concern about a lack of opposition or free press in Rwanda → Read More

Boris Johnson returns to UK from holiday amid Tory leadership race rumours, as Rishi Sunak wins support to run

Rishi Sunak has received the backing of 100 MPs - the threshold to participate in the contest → Read More