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United Kingdom

Windrush: Government to waive citizenship fees and tests for scandal victims regardless of documentation

The government has announced it will effectively fast-track citizenship for people affected by the Windrush scandal, even if they lack a full set of documents to prove their status.

Wales

Hinkley nuclear plant mud dump to be debated in Senedd

Moving sediment from near Hinckley Point to Welsh coast needs full discussion, says committee.

Europe

Yemen war: Houthi political leader 'killed in air raid'

Saleh al-Sammad, head of the rebel Supreme Political Council, reportedly died in Hudaydah last week.

England

Alfie Evans granted Italian citizenship in life-support legal row

The Italian Foreign Office says it hopes the terminally ill toddler "can get immediate transfer to Italy".

United Kingdom

Stephen Lawrence Day to be held annually

A national commemoration of murdered teenager will take place on 22 April each year, the PM says.

United Kingdom

Jillian Howell death: Victim 'had bully scrawled on head'

Jillian Howell, 46, was found with multiple stab wounds at her home in Brighton last October.

England

Andrew Allen: Lorry driver 'too drunk to walk' pleads guilty

Former Wales rugby union international Andrew Allen pleads guilty to drink-driving.

Northern Ireland

Colin Howell questioned about serious sexual assault claim

Convicted double killer Colin Howell has been questioned about a new allegation of serious sexual assault.

Business

Apple's Shazam deal faces European probe

Seven countries asked the European Commission to review the purchase of the music identification app.

Showbiz & TV

June Brown, 91, pledges future to EastEnders as she signs new contract to continue playing Dot Cotton

EASTENDERS bosses better get bulk buying the cigarettes — as show legend June Brown is sticking about for a bit longer. The soap veteran, who will turn 92 next year, has signed a new contract to keep her on the BBC1 soap for the foreseeable future. A te

United States

Hillary Clinton attacks Trump for 'all-out war on truth, facts and reason'

Clinton compared Trump’s administration to an authoritarian regime that threatened ‘the end of freedom’ at an event in New YorkHillary Clinton has excoriated Donald Trump, telling an audience in New York press rights and free speech are “under ope

Scotland

Man accused of stabbing Jennifer Morgan to death

Hugh Baird is charged with murdering 33-year-old Jennifer Morgan at her home in Kirkintilloch.

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