Louis de Zoysa: name of alleged Croydon police killer revealed
Matiu Ratana, a Met Police sergeant, was shot dead at Croydon Custody Centre by a handcuffed suspect
Covid 19 coronavirus: 500,000 sharks face slaughter for vaccine development
Sharks face being slaughtered for the coronavirus vaccine, as conservationists warn as many as half a million could be killed for global supplies.One of the ingredients in some versions of the Covid-19 vaccine under development...
US election debates schedule: What time are Donald Trump and Joe Biden going head-to-head next week?
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Armenia says it shot down 2 Azerbaijani copters in dispute
Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan broke out Sunday around the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh and the Armenian Defense Ministry said two Azerbaijani helicopters were shot down.
Boris Johnson faces revolt over forcing through Covid measures
Amendment calling for votes on new restrictions is winning cross-party supportCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBoris Johnson is facing a massive parliamentary revolt over the way he is imposing Covid-19 restrictions on the British people without first consulting MPs – amid new signs that confidence in his leadership is collapsing in the Conservative party and across the country.
Bank of England official defends negative rates as recovery is 'interrupted'
Monetary Policy Committee member Silvana Tenreyro rejects criticisms over the policy
Boris Johnson woos BBC critic Paul Dacre for Ofcom post
Boris Johnson is understood to be considering appointing Dacre, the former Daily Mail editor, as Ofcom chairman
Laurence Fox launching a new political party to fight the culture wars
His aims include reforming publicly funded institutions, likely to include the BBC, and celebrating Britain's history
'I couldn't tolerate it any longer': how Iranian chess referee with secret Jewish heritage was forced to live a 'fake' life
When Shohreh Bayat, one of the world’s top chess referees, let her hijab slip during a match earlier this year she had no idea she may never return home to Iran again. Not long after the seemingly innocuous pictures of her loose hair had circulated in Iran, where headscarves are strictly mandated by the ruling ayatollahs, she was receiving threats to her life.
Coronavirus: Students must be allowed to return home to their families at Christmas, insists Labour
Thousands of university students across the UK have been told to isolate due to coronavirus cases among their classmates.
Labour take poll lead over Tories for first time since Boris Johnson became PM
A survey finds 55% of voters think Sir Keir Starmer is ready to lead the country and 40% believe his party is equipped to govern.