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Probe says MP should be suspended for Covid breach
Margaret Ferrier took a train from London to Glasgow after testing positive for Covid during lockdown.
Cambridgeshire: Arrests after men shot dead in 'targeted' attacks
Police begin two murder investigations after two men are killed in separate Cambridgeshire villages.
Lewis Hamilton says it 'could take a long time' for Mercedes to compete with Red Bull
Lewis Hamilton says "it could take a long time" before Mercedes can compete again with Red Bull.
Yoghurt maker Muller pays £100K to charity after river discharge
High levels of ammonia were discharged into Shropshire's River Tern by the yoghurt manufacturer.
New UK net zero plan targets emissions and costs
Ministers say the UK should have Europe's cheapest electricity by 2050, but critics call plans a "rehash".
Kentucky helicopter crash: Deaths feared after military aircraft crash
The aircraft were involved in a routine training mission in Kentucky when the incident happened.
Carl Frampton column: Anthony Joshua needs to knock out Jermaine Franklin then call out Tyson Fury
In his BBC Sport column, Carl Frampton says he wants to see Anthony Joshua knock out Jermaine Franklin early in London on Saturday then send Tyson Fury a clear, stern call-out.
Premier League relegation: Nine teams in danger of dropping to the Championship
Only four points separate the teams between 12th and 20th with nine clubs in danger of being relegated from the Premier League.
Premier League clubs avoided £250m in tax, expert estimate
It follows analysis of football agents being paid to represent both players and clubs in transfers.
London Underground: 'Reunited with hero who saved me from death'
Tegan finds the "life-saving" stranger who pulled her from the track just before a train arrived.
Blood tests may spare cancer patients chemo
A blood test which can detect cancer cells could spare patients unnecessary chemotherapy.
The Papers: 'Ta-ra Paul' and 'gender ideology in schools'
Thursday's front pages include tributes to TV star and comedian Paul O'Grady.
Council tax would be frozen for a year, Labour propose as campaign launches
Sir Keir Starmer says the tax could be kept at its current rate with an expanded windfall tax on energy firms.
Pension age rise to 68 not to be brought forward yet
The government is set to announce it will not yet bring forward the date for the pension age rise to 68.
Gwyneth Paltrow accuser apologises for 'King Kong' ski trial jab
There were tense moments - and an apology for a 2019 remark - at the trial over a ski crash in Utah.
Sister of Christopher Alder on 25-year fight for answers
Christopher Alder's sister on fighting for answers about her brother's death and burial mix-up.
Paul O'Grady: How Lily Savage defied police who raided a pub with rubber gloves
O'Grady was preparing to go on stage in 1987 when a police officer burst into his dressing room.
Camera lost 13 years ago found with pictures intact
Spencer Greiner saw the camera poking out of the mud and posted photos it contained on social media.
Arsenal: How Gunners delivered on potential in Champions League
Arsenal manager Jonas Eidevall says his side's performance in the League Cup final showed their potential - then they took it to Europe.
Dmitry Muratov: Nuclear warning from Russia's Nobel-winning journalist
Dmitry Muratov says Russian propaganda is preparing people to think nuclear war isn't a bad thing.