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Royal family title changes in full: William and Kate become Prince and Princess of Wales

The Queen's death means that some members of the Royal family have now inherited new titles → Read More

Royal family title changes in full: William and Kate become Prince and Princess of Wales

The Queen's death means that some members of the Royal family have now inherited new titles → Read More

Five-mile queue to view Queen Elizabeth II's coffin will 'see horrible stories of suffering'

Mourners may have to wait 30 hours to pay their respects, with stewards told to look out for people struggling → Read More

Royal family title changes in full- William and Kate become Prince and Princess of Wales

The Queen's death means that some members of the Royal family have now inherited new titles → Read More

Military prepares for new push on diversity

MoD accused of ‘obsession’ over ethnic balance while Armed Forces face biggest threat for generations → Read More

Britain braced for national heatwave emergency

Ministers drawing up unprecedented plan to manage soaring temperatures, as health warning issued indicating a 'danger to life' → Read More

Exclusive: Carrie Johnson felt No 10 was ‘like a prison’ and plans to step away from politics

PM’s wife was trapped in Downing Street, unable to come and go without fear of being photographed with her children, say sources → Read More

Exclusive: Carrie Johnson felt No 10 was ‘like a prison’ and plans to step away from politics

PM’s wife was trapped in Downing Street, unable to come and go without fear of being photographed with her children, say sources → Read More

Jacob Rees-Mogg scraps ‘absurd’ Civil Service diversity training

The minister says departments must provide courses that actually help people in their daily work, not ‘wokery’ → Read More

Islamic State ‘Beatle’ Aine Davis to be deported back to UK

Londoner nicknamed ‘Jihadi Paul’ was sentenced to seven years in prison in Turkey in 2017, convicted of being a member of a terrorist group → Read More

Disgraced human rights lawyer Phil Shiner faces fraud charges over Iraq War abuse claims

Former boss of Public Interest Lawyers who hounded British troops through the courts due to appear before magistrates himself on Monday → Read More

Exclusive: Welcome to woke Whitehall, where more than 100 genders are recognised

Investigation reveals how identity politics and drive to regulate language are infecting central Government, creating 'environment of fear' → Read More

Sue Gray: The 'straight-shooting' investigator behind partygate report

The well-respected senior civil servant - and inquisitor-in-chief of the partygate scandal - has proved in the past that she is no pushover → Read More

Jacob Rees-Mogg declares war on ‘three-day week’ for the Civil Service

Working from home is being used as an excuse for long weekends, says Cabinet minister in charge of efficiency → Read More

Boris Johnson pushes for families to take up childcare support in cost-of-living crisis

Prime Minister keen to move on from bruising week dominated by ‘partygate"’ scandal and criticism from Tory MPs → Read More

Backlash against Joe Biden over Vladimir Putin ‘cannot remain in power’ comment

Emmanuel Macron leads international rebukes, while Antony Blinken denies US wants regime change → Read More

Legendary Stalingrad tank division destroyed as Ukraine reclaims key town

Russia’s elite 4th Guards forged a fearsome reputation in Second World War battles but have been reduced to smoking wreckage in Trostyanets → Read More

Vladimir Putin makes war on mothers and babies with attack on Mariupol hospital

With its morgues now ‘overflowing’, besieged citizens of Ukrainian port city are reduced to tipping victims' bodies into mass graves → Read More

No more than seven years old: the children of Sumy blown up as they prepared to flee

The corpses of at least two children were discovered in the rubble after an overnight attack on the city → Read More

The world holds its breath as Russia and Ukraine talks begin

Stakes could never be higher as negotiators gather in Belarus to broker a ceasefire → Read More