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Past articles by Jasmine:

What is Blue Monday? The myth of the ‘most depressing day of the year’ explained and how it gained traction

The controversial Blue Monday formula claims to calculate the most depressing day of the year as the third Monday in January → Read More

‘My warm home allowance doesn’t even cover my energy bill’: The people buffeted by the cost of living crisis

'I'm taking on a second job to cover the additional fuel bill costs' → Read More

‘I’ve been on the run from the Taliban for five months and fear I’ll be killed soon’, says ex-TV news reporter

Before the Taliban seized control, Amir was a TV journalist and his father worked as a soldier - both their lives are under threat → Read More

Desmond Tutu: Tributes pour in for ‘global sage’ with ‘irrepressible good humour’

'We are better because he was here,' Martin Luther King Junior's daughter said → Read More

Archbishop Desmond Tutu: anti-apartheid hero of South Africa dies aged 90

The cleric, who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the apartheid, was 90 → Read More

The secrets of Mr Blobby’s everlasting popularity, according to those who love and loathe him

In a mission to pin down the indefatigable success of Mr Blobby, i spoke to fans and haters of the character that began as a prank on unwitting celebrities but has continued to deliver chaos for decades → Read More

Conversion therapy: Letter demands 'urgent clarification' on whether ban will go ahead in Spring 2022

LGBT+ and human rights charities said 'victims have waited too long' for the practice to be outlawed → Read More

Supreme court ‘unanimously dismisses’ appeal to allow gender-neutral UK passports

Elan-Cane fought for 25 years to have a non-gendered X marker on British passports → Read More

‘I hit a brick wall with police’: How people sought justice after Gabriel Kovari was murdered by Stephen Port

Mr Kovari was one of four young gay men killed by Stephen Port between June 2014 and September 2015 → Read More

Levelling up must begin with better policies for children in the North of England, report warns

'Without significant, properly-funded measures to tackle the entrenched inequalities, there will be no levelling up in the country' → Read More

Man brings a fake arm to Covid vaccine appointment in Italy to avoid jab

The nurse noticed the rubbery flesh of the arm and how it was slightly off-colour → Read More

75 Omicron cases identified in England, bringing total to 104

The jump in cases is the largest since the Omicron variant was reported on UK shores → Read More

Storm Arwen: Customers to get £140 for every day that they are without power, Ofgem says

Ofgem is cracking down on energy suppliers as thousands of households are entering their seventh day without power following Storm Arwen → Read More

Storm Arwen: 15,000 homes are still without power as the weather blackout enters seventh day

Army troops have been deployed to help residents in the hardest-hit areas with thousands of people still without power → Read More

'Doctors refused to prescribe me an EpiPen for life-threatening allergies for six months'

Anita Robertson suffers from a number of severe allergies to substances including perfume, paint, mushrooms and onions, some of which cause anaphylactic shock → Read More

New Covid restrictions in England: Rules on face masks, travel PCR tests and self-isolation explained

New restrictions have come into effect across England today → Read More

Covid: Six cases of the Omicron variant have been identified in Scotland, say the Scottish Government

Four cases are in the Lanarkshire area and two have been identified in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area, the Scottish Government has said → Read More

Channel crossing deaths: Husband tracking his wife with GPS hasn’t heard from her since dinghy tragedy

'I am very sad for me, and I am sad for everyone' the husband of the missing 31-year-old woman said → Read More

How to help refugees in the UK: Where to donate to assist people who have crossed the Channel

Asylum claims made in the UK have risen to their highest level for nearly 20 years → Read More

Autism and ADHD diagnoses taking up to two years and ‘causing misery’ for patients, MP warns

People who are seeking a Child and Adult Mental Health Services diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or ADHD can face a waiting time of up to two years → Read More