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The Telegraph

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Past articles by Henry:

Charities in limbo as Queen Elizabeth II’s death leaves them without a royal patron

Nervous wait for hundreds of organisations supported by Her late Majesty, amid reports King Charles wants a slimmed down monarchy → Read More

Where to watch the late Queen's funeral in London today: best viewing points and public screens

The procession can be watched from designated spaces along the route or on big screens placed around the capital → Read More

Young workers heading back to the office to reduce household bills

Study finds nearly a quarter of those under 35 are considering abandoning working from home because of soaring energy prices → Read More

Spectator accused by Nick Kyrgios of having 'like 700 drinks' insists she had 'good intentions'

Supporter Ania Palus said she knew what it was like to be an 'underdog' and just wanted to 'give him support' → Read More

Prince George goes to Wimbledon for the first time

Eight-year-old future king sees Novak Djokovic take on Nick Kyrgios in the men’s singles final → Read More

Serena Williams snubbed Wimbledon centenary celebration after five courtesy car refusal

Williams and husband Alexis Ohanian were at the Rolling Stones concert at Hyde Park on the night of the event → Read More

Wimbledon players called out for plundering free food

Organisers have asked competitors to show restraint with their personal daily allowance of £90 for food and drink → Read More

Heather Watson pleads with fans to turn up as Wimbledon attendances continue to slump

The tournament has drawn disappointing crowds this year, with overall attendance down 11 per cent from Monday to Thursday compared to 2019 → Read More

Katie Boulter dedicates thrilling Wimbledon win to her late grandmother

Boulter revealed her grandmother had died on Tuesday, the day of her first-round victory against Clara Burel → Read More

Wimbledon trials plastic grass to combat the everlasting threat of a wet British summer

New hybrid surface could extend grass court tennis season by ‘four to six weeks’ and minimise the threat of rain stopping play → Read More

How Britain's new tennis hope fought back from childhood cancer to achieve Wimbledon dream

Diagnosed with a rare cancer aged one, Ryan Peniston’s journey has been nothing short of remarkable and shows his 'unbelievable strength' → Read More

Is British science aiding and abetting the Chinese human organ trade?

The forced organ harvesting market is lucrative, and some western experts now suspect they unwittingly promoted medics responsible for it → Read More

First trans peer a step closer as hereditary candidate claims seat

Matilda Simon will contest the next by-election for one of the upper chamber’s 92 hereditary seats → Read More

Vegan festival branded ‘hypocritical’ for hosting event at shooting estate

Countryside Alliance has hit out at Vegan Camp Out, saying Stanford Hall is an ‘estate steeped in both hunting and shooting’ → Read More

Tesco to open first healthy food-only store as junk food advertising ban looms

The supermarket giant has also begun rolling out dedicated bays for 'under 100 calories' food items → Read More

Patients to "see the funny side" of trauma with NHS comedy course

The six-week scheme will see patients write jokes in the first therapy of its kind to use humour in combatting mental health → Read More

Omicron is up to 70 per cent less likely to cause hospitalisation, UKHSA reveals

New government analysis also reveals that protection offered by Covid booster jabs wanes more rapidly against the variant → Read More

Covid hotspot figures show NHS may avoid being overwhelmed by omicron

Sharp rise in cases in South Northamptonshire has not been followed by comparable growth in hospital admissions, data show → Read More

‘Anonymous boss’ offering £10,000 bounty threatens exiled Hong Kong freedom fighters

Metropolitan Police launches investigation after Chinese dissidents living in the UK targeted by pro-Beijing activists → Read More

Interpol branded a ‘tool for dictators’ after new chief voted in

British academic held in the UAE in 2018 criticises the election of General Ahmed Nasser Al-Raisi to head the global policing organisation → Read More