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'Stain on British history': Home Office broke equality law over Windrush scandal, report finds
The Home Office broke equality law when it imposed its "hostile environment" immigration policies which contributed to the Windrush scandal, a report has found.
Spending review 2020: UK economy to shrink 11.3% this year - as Rishi Sunak commits nearly £300bn to COVID crisis
Rishi Sunak has announced a public sector pay freeze and a cut to foreign aid spending as the UK battles soaring debt and unemployment due to a huge economic shrinkage.
COVID-19: Key points as Rishi Sunak sets out spending review
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is setting out government spending plans and latest economic forecasts.
Teenager hit 180mph as he led police on half-hour motorbike chase
A teenager has pleaded guilty to dangerous driving after reaching speeds of 180mph on his motorbike during a half-hour police chase.
COVID-19: Eurostar 'fighting for survival' as it calls for government financial support
Eurostar is "fighting for its survival" as it calls for assistance like that given to airlines to help weather the coronavirus storm.
Eat Out to Help Out: Businesses claimed £849m through scheme for 160 million meals
Businesses have claimed £849m through the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, providing discounts for more than 160 million meals, new figures show.
One in five crimes during lockdown were domestic abuse related, figures show
Domestic abuse accounted for one in five crimes reported to police in England and Wales during and immediately after the first national lockdown, figures show.
COVID-19: UK spent extra £10bn on PPE due to 'inadequate supply', report finds
The UK spent an extra £10bn on PPE at inflated prices at the start of the pandemic because it had an "inadequate" stockpile, a report has found.
COVID-19: 'Muddled thinking' and 'recipe for regret' - PM's Christmas bubble plans under fire
Scientists have warned that Boris Johnson's plans to ease coronavirus restrictions over Christmas risk "throwing fuel on the COVID fire".
I'm A Celebrity 'investigated by police' over bushtucker trials - but show defends its use of bugs
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has defended filming with bugs in Wales following reports that police are investigating the show over concerns it is using non-native wildlife.