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HMS Victory to receive a £35m conservation project

A £35 million conservation project to renovate HMS Victory which will include replacing rotting planks has been announced on the 100th anniversary of the warship being brought into dry dock.


Gang 'raped and sexually abused eight vulnerable girls as young as 12'

A gang of six Muslim men sexually exploited and abused vulnerable young girls after luring them over Facebook with the promise of drink and drugs, a court heard.


Migrants 'are staying in four-star hotel rooms at £125-a-night on the taxpayer' 

Illegal migrants are staying in four-star hotel rooms at £125-a-night paid for by British taxpayers as the country braces for spiralling energy bills amid a cost of living crisis.


The Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson hits out at children wearing face coverings

The author of much-loved kids' book The Gruffalo has labelled the decision to make pupils to wear face masks in the classroom 'dystopian'.


Channel migrant ‘gang-raped and killed’ young girl before fleeing to UK

Raculi Zubaidulla is accused of plying Leonie Walner with ecstasy before raping her along with three other migrants in his flat in Vienna, Austria, last June.

The 23-year-old and his alleged accomplices then allegedly suffocated her before rolling her up in a carpet and dumping her under a tree in Austria capital, a court heard this week.


BLM Statue Toppling: Colston Four Case Found Not Guilty

Four protestors accused of tearing down Robert Colston’s statue have been acquitted after jurors were told by a defence lawyer to be “on the right side of history”.


Border Force refuse to implement migrant crossing plan

The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) representing border and immigration officials, said its members were ready to take strike action over the Home Secretary's migrant "push back" plans. The policy would see officials look to redirect migrant boats in the Channel to move them back into French waters.


Lithuania Paid Migrants €1,000 to Return Home

The Lithuanian government has paid 98 illegal migrants €1,000 ($1,130) each to return to Iraq.


Rotherham police not recording ethnicities of suspected child abusers

Police have been accused of once again failing the victims of grooming gangs after an investigation found that the force at the centre of the Rotherham scandal was still not recording the ethnicities of suspected child abusers.


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