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Past articles by Graeme:

'Time For Blair’ Is Trending And Everyone Knew What To Do

Former Labour minister's plea for Tony Blair's return gets the full Twitter treatment. → Read More

Robert Peston Gets Schooled After Saying Teachers Did ‘Not Very Much Teaching’ In Lockdown

ITV News’s political editor was taught a swift lesson. → Read More

'Our Brightest Star': Family Pays Tribute To Jordan Banks, 9, Who Was Killed In Blackpool Lightning Strike

"His laugh, that infectious smile, golden curls, he was our everything." → Read More

Boy, 9, Dies After Being Struck By Lightning On Blackpool Playing Field

A nine-year-old boy has died after apparently being struck by lightning on a football field in Blackpool, police have said. Officers from Blackpool police were called shortly after 5pm on Tuesday to fields near to School Road to reports a child had been injured. Emergency services attended and the boy was taken to hospital but died a short time later. Police said, although inquiries are still… → Read More

Fire Crews Warn TikTok Teens – Stop Getting Stuck In Toddler Swings

London Fire Brigade says craze has led to more than 100 rescues from apparatus designed for much smaller humans. → Read More

Government 'Failing Homeless' As Vagrancy Act Repeal Excluded From Queen's Speech

Campaigners angry that ministers have yet to make good on promise to get rid of 19th century law that references carts and wagons. → Read More

A Train Company Told 2,500 Staff They Were Getting A Bonus – But It Was Actually A Cybersecurity Test

Unions condemn West Midlands Trains' “cynical and shocking stunt”. → Read More

A Small Minke Whale Stranded In The River Thames Is To Be Put Down

After a two-day battle to save the injured animal, experts say the whale would likely starve if it was released back into the sea. → Read More

Boris Johnson Signals Covid Passports Might Not Happen

PM says "what role there could be – if any – for certification and social distancing” will be decided later this month. → Read More

How To Get A 'Vaccine Passport' For International Travel

UK government confirms how get Covid-free certification as travel "green list" unveiled. → Read More

Conservatives Win Hartlepool By-Election In Stunning Defeat For Labour

The Tories take the one-time Labour stronghold in blow for Keir Starmer. → Read More

Two 'Rare And Beautiful' Killer Whales Spotted Off The Coast Of Cornwall

Experts say it's the most southerly sighting of the UK’s only resident Orca family. → Read More

UK Recalls Navy Ships Patrolling Jersey As Fishing Stand-Off With France De-Escalates

At the height of the tensions, a Jersey boat was rammed by a French trawler. → Read More

UK To Send Navy Ships To Jersey In Post-Brexit French Fishing Row

France had warned it could cut off electricity to the island. → Read More

London Mayoral Election: These Candidates Sum Up How Weird Politics Is

Here's how massively popular YouTubers, Count Binface and the guy who drinks his own urine are doing. → Read More

Bolton Murder Inquiry: School 'Shocked' After 15-Year-Old Boy Stabbed To Death

Greater Manchester Police says teenager knocked on the door of a nearby house to ask for help after he was attacked. → Read More

EU Opens Up For Summer Holidays

Prime minister warns of “an influx of disease” as European Commission prepares to welcome vaccinated tourists. → Read More

Hampton Boat Shed: Fire Rages At Boatyard On River Thames Island

Dozens of firefighters tackle blaze on Platt’s Eyot island in Richmond upon Thames. → Read More

Noel Clarke Suspended By Bafta After Misconduct Allegations

Actor and director accepted the outstanding British contribution to cinema award earlier this month. → Read More

UK Cases Of Covid Variant Linked To India Double In A Week As Two New Strains Found

Two variants share the same lineage as the one known as B.1.617. → Read More