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MEPs vote to ban all petrol and diesel car sales

THE EUROPEAN Parliament has given its backing to a complete ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2035.

NHS drops the word 'women' from guidance on ovarian, womb and cervical cancers

The NHS has dropped the word 'women' from its main online health advice for those being treated for cervical, womb and ovarian cancers. 

Transgender paedophile spared jail

Conservative peer Baroness Nicholson is seeking a sentencing review after a paedophile who identifies as transgender was spared jail.

68-year-old Peter Selby gathered over 125,000 obscene images of child abuse, with more than 2,400 of them being classed as Category A, the most indecent.

Political Correctness Preventing Islamic Extremism from Being Reported

Political correctness and fear of accusations of racism at the local level is preventing Islamic extremism being reported, a government advisor has admitted.

Refugees marked for Rwanda deportation in Home Office row: Claim they are children

The Home Office has been accused of attempting to deport unaccompanied minors to Rwanda.

Charities claim there are a large number of asylum seekers who are under the age of 18 being classed as adults by the Government.


10,000 migrants have already crossed the Channel this year

More than 10,000 migrants have crossed the Channel this year despite the threat of being deported to Rwanda.

Government starts to send first asylum seekers Rwanda deportation notices 

The first flight to Rwanda carrying asylum seekers denied entry to the UK is scheduled to leave next month, the Home Office said.

Officials have started giving final notice to the first group of people to be sent the east African nation under the new deportation scheme.

Quakers to make reparation for slave trade and colonialism

Quakers have agreed to make practical reparations for the trans-Atlantic slave trade, colonialism and economic exploitation. 

Third of UK adults believe Government is ‘exaggerating’ Covid deaths

A third of UK adults believe the Government is exaggerating the number of deaths from coronavirus, according to a study into Covid-19 misperceptions.

Many also question the scientific consensus on vaccine safety and Government reporting of Covid deaths, researchers from King’s College London found.