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Past articles by Sally:

The Bay recap: What's happened in the ITV drama so far and the ending of series 3 explained

Series three of The Bay saw DS Townsend thrown into the deep end when a body is found in the bay on her first day in the job (Photo: Ben Blackall/Tall Story Pictures 2021/ITV) → Read More

David Attenborough reportedly giving up on-location filming for nature documentaries after new BBC series

Insiders insisted that the 96-year-old presenter will not be retiring, but he is unlikely to travel to film future shows in the wild → Read More

Sky Brown becomes Britain's first skateboarding world champion at age 14

The teenager took the women’s title at the Skateboarding Park World Championships → Read More

Brits: Sam Smith’s outfit celebrates their ‘natural form and the beauty of being one’s self’, designer says

Wearers of designer Harri's exaggerated latex outfits are warned to 'ensure the use of talcum powder inside' and never 'overinflate' → Read More

Canada: New unidentified object shot down over North America, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirms

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said an "unidentified object" was shot down over northwestern Canada, a day after US officials said they had shot down an object over Alaska. (Photo: Dave Chan /AFP/Getty) → Read More

Church of England set for clashes over same-sex marriage policy this week as General Synod meets

A five-hour debate scheduled on Wednesday will consider bishops' recommendations on same-sex unions, but both progressive Christians and conservatives are expected to show their discontent → Read More

Liz Truss 'comeback': Key things we learned from ex-PM's Telegraph article as she urges need for tax cuts

Liz Truss has spoken of the resistance she faced from both party members and the economic establishment while prime minister. (Photo: Carl Court/Getty) → Read More

Constance Marten: Missing aristocrat may have been camping in Sussex countryside with newborn baby, say police

The officer appealed to those who may have been reluctant to come forward to 'do the right thing for the good of this highly vulnerable infant' → Read More

UK weather: Met Office warns of travel disruption for days as snow and ice spell chaos for trains and roads

The Met Office has warned the cold conditions will continue well into the weekend, with travel likely to continue to be disrupted - particularly in the early mornings (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty) → Read More

Caterham dog attack: Woman, 28, killed in Surrey was walking 'number of dogs' at the time

Surrey Police said the 28-year-old woman died 'despite the best efforts of the paramedics' to save her at the scene → Read More

Russia troops may have revealed location in Ukraine missile attack by phoning home on NYE say defence analysts

Ukraine’s armed forces claimed the death toll from the attack in Makiivka was 400. Russia has puat the figure at 89 (Photo: Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters) → Read More

Russia blames own soldiers’ mobile phones for Ukraine missile attack which killed 89

A destroyed building in Makiivka purported to be the temporary barracks for Russian soldiers, in which dozens were killed in a Ukrainian missile strike (Photo: Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters) → Read More

£2 bus fare cap introduced to get people back on buses, cut household costs and CO2 emissions

Millions of people across England set to save money on bus travel with the introduction of a £2 cap on fares for more than 4,600 routes. (Photo: Clive Gee/PA) → Read More

New Year's Eve fireworks: How to keep scared cats and dogs safe amid 2023 celebrations

Animal charities urge pet owners to create a safe haven for pet dogs and cats ahead of fireworks and festivities for New Year's Eve. (Photo: Vincent Scherer/500px/Getty) → Read More

Jools Holland Hootnenanny 2022 line-up: Who’s on the New Year’s Eve show and what time it’s on BBC Two

Jools Holland's Annual Hootenanny gets underway at 11.30pm on New Year's Eve on BBC Two with a host of music stars and special guests among the invited audience. (Photo: Michael Leckie/BBC) → Read More

Driving test delays reach 6 months in some parts of UK amid strikes, cold snap and Covid backlog

Waiting times of up to six months for a driving test are likely to increase further as industrial action and bad weather take effect (Photo: Jevanto Productions/ Shutterstock) → Read More

UK weather: Temperatures set to soar by up to 15 degrees on Monday as cold snap finally ends

The UK will finally warm up on Monday - but the rapid change brings its own hazards → Read More

Why Ireland's Leo Varadkar is Taoiseach again under coalition deal with Micheál Martin

Leo Varadkar is making a comeback, vowing to lead the country 'with humility and resolve' as he promised 'hope and housing, economic opportunities and a fair start for all' → Read More

Ambulance strike: Hospitals told free up beds as NHS trusts brace for next wave of industrial action

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the NHS providers have said freeing up beds will be difficult to do given winter pressures → Read More

Russian Nobel peace prize winner says he was instructed to 'turn down award' by Kremlin

Natalia Pinchuk (L) Yan Rachinsky (C), and Oleksandra Matviichuk with their Nobel Peace Prize certificates and medals during the award ceremony at the City Hall in Oslo, Norway on Saturday. (Photo: Javad Parsa / NTB / AFP) /Getty) → Read More