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Return of the Devon Tiger? Wild cats could return to England for first time in almost 200 years

Saturday  09:40,   26 november 2022

They have been driven to the verge of extinction in Britain. But after nearly two centuries, wildcats may soon return to England. So-called Devon Tigers could be released in the county by 2024. They are similar to a domestic tabby but are larger,... >>>

Lamborghini with 'crime pays' number plates among £6m in assets seized from cocaine gang

Saturday  04:30,   26 november 2022

This yellow Lamborghini with "crime pays" number plates was among assets worth £6million seized from three county lines dealers who flooded the UK with cocaine.As well as the Lamborghini, other goodies seized included a Range Rover, luxury caravans... >>>

'They said they had no space': Family says boy, 5, died after he was sent home from hospital

Saturday  01:50,   26 november 2022

The grieving family of a five-year-old boy who died after being sent home from hospital have told Sky News he would still be alive if they had been listened to. © Sky News Screen Grab Zaheer Ahmed said he "begged and begged" for his nephew Yusuf... >>>

Roy Keane tears into "terrible" England and is left baffled by Gareth Southgate decision

Saturday  01:50,   26 november 2022

Phil Foden remained rooted to the bench despite England's failure to break through the USA defence with Gareth Southgate criticised by Roy Keane for his choice of subs The Three Lions lacked any real spark in the final third as they were bought... >>>

Council is latest to lose High Court bid to keep asylum seekers out of local hotel

Saturday  01:50,   26 november 2022

Fenland District Council brought legal action over plans to use the Rose and Crown Hotel in Wisbech. But the judge dismissed the council's bid for an injunction against the hotel's operators.Fenland District Council brought legal action over >>>

Steam trains take the strain for Britons stranded by national rail strikes

Friday  23:20,   25 november 2022

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace praised the “remarkable achievement” of shipbuilders as the new frigate HMS Glasgow was moved on to the Clyde for the first time. The Type 26 frigate is structurally complete and it has been slowly rolled from the... >>>

Steam trains take the strain for Britons stranded by national rail strikes

Friday  23:20,   25 november 2022

Sir Keir Starmer said the strikes were a “badge of shame” for the Government. Speaking during a visit to Birmingham on Friday, the Labour leader said: “The nurses have been driven to this by the Government. That’s a badge of shame for the... >>>

Maniac wielding 'machete' caught 'laughing' after 'harrowing' broad-daylight attack

Friday  23:20,   25 november 2022

A witness told the court: "I felt worried by everything that happened."Blease-Maguire, who accused the other man of threatening to set fire to his residence, "had his arm in the air" before bringing it closer to the man, who was not named in open... >>>

Prince Harry did not have title removed because it would embarrass him, expert says

Friday  23:20,   25 november 2022

Prince Harry and Prince Andrew were not formally stripped of their Counsellors of State titles because to do so would have been embarrassing, a royal expert has said King Charles has decided against formally removing princes Harry and Andrew from... >>>

Thugs shot innocent man in children's playground in horror revenge plot as victim was in 'wrong place wrong time'

Friday  21:00,   25 november 2022

Imani Allaway-Muir was hit by four bullets after the group of men decided to take the law into their own handsDemetrios Kyriacou, 35, was found guilty of his murder following an 11-week trial at the Old Bailey, while Nathaniel Reece, 40, had pleaded >>>

Ex-Royal Navy engineer reveals how he was shot in the back and nearly killed in US bar

Friday  20:50,   25 november 2022

Shaun Byrne (pictured), 35, has no memory of his near death experience after being shot outside a 'heavily populated' bar in Venice Beach, Los Angeles, in July earlier this year. He spent weeks in hospital following the shooting, where... >>>

British ex-serviceman convicted for the death of a young Catholic during the Northern Ireland conflict

Friday  20:50,   25 november 2022

Former British serviceman David Holden has been found guilty of the 1988 death of young Catholic Aidan McAnespie during the Northern Ireland conflict, violent events known as ‘The Troubles’, making him the first British veteran to be convicted in... >>>

Are the soaps on tonight? Emmerdale and Corrie in shake-up for England World Cup match

Friday  20:50,   25 november 2022

Emmerdale and Coronation Street are set to be affected by the ITV coverage of the FIFA World Cup 2022 as England takes on USA tonight The controversial Qatar football tournament is airing on both the BBC and ITV as the world’s teams go head to head... >>>

Bridgen becomes first Tory MP to appeal suspension in test case which could impact Boris

Friday  20:40,   25 november 2022

Tory North West Leicestershire MP Andrew Bridgen was suspended for five days in a recent ruling by the Standards and Privileges Committee.Mr Bridgen was given a two day suspension for failing to properly declare an interest when he made... >>>

Extinction Rebellion women 'caused £100,000 of damage when they smashed Barclays HQ windows'

Friday  20:40,   25 november 2022

Carol Wood, 53, Nicola Stickells, 52, Sophie Cowen, 31, Lucy Porter, 48, Gabriella Ditton, 28, Rosemary Webster, 64, and Zoe Cohen, 52, are accused of causing criminal damage.Carol Wood, 53, Nicola Stickells, 52, Sophie Cowen, 31, Lucy Porter, 48,... >>>