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Covid: Scientists admit to using ‘ethically questionable’ fear tactics

A scientific advisory committee in Britain has expressed “regret” in a newly released book which outlines the group’s use of “dystopian” fear tactics to influence public behavior following the outbreak of COVID-19.

War grave smashed to pieces by vandals

Vandals have trashed a Commonwealth war grave in a Nuneaton cemetery.

Historian Ben Mayne was horrified to make the discovery in Bucks Hill cemetery at the weekend.


Revealed: ALL Coronavirus Act charges were wrongful

Every single prosecution brought using controversial powers introduced at the start of the coronavirus pandemic has been wrongful, an official review has found.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said that all 270 charges under the Coronavirus Act had been withdrawn in court, or overturned after innocent people were convicted in England and Wales.

Vicar will replace religious carvings at Yorkshire church with BAME and feminist icons

A vicar is set to replace badly eroded religious carvings at her Yorkshire church with scenes depicting BAME and feminist icons.

Covid: Pubs welcome indoor customers. 2,000 have shut forever

Today, upwards of 40,000 pubs across the country are throwing open their doors to punters once more as the latest lockdown rules are relaxed.

Rugby Team Drops Nickname to Reflect ‘Diversity in Society’

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has dropped the nickname “Saxons” for one of the top England teams following a Black Lives Matter-inspired diversity review into the sport.

200 migrants crossed Channel in busiest May day yet

Almost 200 migrants crossed the Channel on Thursday making May the busiest month for small boat crossings of the year so far.

Twenty-nine men charged with rape of 13-year-old girl

Police have charged a group of 29 Muslim men in connection with child sexual exploitation of a girl over a seven-year period in West Yorkshire.

Thirty soldiers fight for payout from MoD over false claims they committed 'war crimes' in Iraq

Thirty British soldiers who were falsely accused of war crimes in Iraq are suing the Ministry of Defence for £20million.