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Damage done to non-Covid care threatens 'decade of disruption' and will cost extra £12BILLION a year

The horrifying impact of coronavirus on non-Covid care is laid bare in a major report for the first time and experts warn the pandemic has undone years of progress in the NHS and threatens a 'decade of health disruption'.

London's 300 year old Black Boy Lane to be renamed

Politically correct councillors are set to spend £186,000 of taxpayers’ cash renaming a 300-year-old road – despite no evidence it has racist connotations.

Labour-run Haringey Council decided to change the name of Black Boy Lane, in West Green, north London, last year after the Black Lives Matter protests but residents are firmly against it.

Hoodie-wearing youth caught on camera urinating on war memorial

A hoodie-wearing youth has caused outrage after he was pictured urinating on a war memorial honouring 25,000 servicemen who fell while defending Britain.

Khan Admits Streets of London ‘Not Safe’ for Women or Girls

Sadiq Khan has conceded that, under his now almost five-year-long mayoralty, the streets of London are “not safe” for women and girls.

Former prisoner convicted of planning IS-inspired sword attack

A man from a family of several jihadists who plotted a radical Islamic terror attack after his release from prison has been convicted at the Old Bailey in London.

No Prison for BLM Protester Who Hurled Metal Fences at Police

A Black Lives Matter (BLM) supporter who hurled sections of metal fence at fleeing police officers in London has been allowed to walk out of court with a suspended sentence.

11,000 Britons could have undiagnosed breast cancer because of Covid

Almost 11,000 people could be living with undiagnosed breast cancer because of the pandemic, a charity has warned.

Disney+ pulls Dumbo, Peter Pan and Aristocrats because of 'racist stereotypes'

Disney+ has quietly pulled Dumbo, Peter Pan, Swiss Family Robinson and The Aristocrats off children's profiles on its streaming service in what the company says is a bid to reconcile its history of using racist stereotypes and negative depictions in its films. 

Only 105 Failed Asylum Seekers Returned to the EU Last Year

Just over one per cent of failed asylum seekers were returned to European Union countries from Britain last year under the bloc’s resettlement scheme, which was still in effect until the first of January.