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British Gymnastics: Claims athletes 'beaten into submission' amid 'culture of fear'
British gymnasts, including Olympians and elite competitors, claim the sport is riddled with cases of physical and emotional abuse with some suggesting their complaints about welfare issues weren't taken seriously by the governing body.
David Starkey: Historian issues apology for 'so many damn blacks' remark
Historian David Starkey has issued an apology after saying slavery was not genocide because there are "so many damn blacks" still around.
North Circular: Eight motorists rescued after major road floods in London
Eight motorists were trapped and had to be rescued after a major road was flooded in northwest London.
China 'trying to influence elite figures in British politics', dossier claims
A dossier linked to former spy Christopher Steele accuses China of seeking to influence elite figures in British politics, business and academia.
Wolverhampton: Man arrested after two paramedics stabbed in chest at house
A man has been arrested after two paramedics were stabbed in the chest during a callout to a home in Wolverhampton.
Bianca Williams: Team GB sprinter calls for police commissioner to step down after stop and search
A Team GB sprinter who claims she and her partner were racially profiled when they were stopped and searched has called for the head of the Metropolitan Police to step down.
Coronavirus: Chancellor Rishi Sunak sets aside £3bn for green jobs as part of economic recovery
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is setting aside £3bn to create green jobs as part of the economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Harry and Meghan: Commonwealth's 'uncomfortable' history must be acknowledged to move forward
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have said the Commonwealth's history must be acknowledged if we are to move forward in the future.
Coronavirus: After a pub trip and a trim, PM urges Britons not to 'stuff this up'
Boris Johnson has urged Britons not to "stuff this up" after he joined many in taking advantage of pubs reopening in England.
Bentley valued at £167,000 towed from Manchester city centre after uninsured driver 'refused to hand over keys to police'
This is the moment an uninsured driver's luck ran out.