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Man subjected to exorcisms over 'witchcraft' claims fears UK victims being missed during pandemic
A man who was subjected to two years of exorcisms after being accused of witchcraft believes victims are going undetected in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19: Booster jab invitations to be sent out across England this week
More than a million people in England will receive an invitation to book their COVID-19 booster jab.
Gas supply this winter 'not a cause for immediate concern', business secretary says after meeting with energy executives
Gas supply this winter is "not a cause for immediate concern", the UK's business secretary has reassured, following reports that a spike in prices could threaten food production and other industries.
Porn 'ruins lives': Charity issues warning as survey shows one in five UK adults open to working in pornography industry
One in five UK adults would consider a career in pornography if the salary was high enough or if they were guaranteed a safe working environment, according to a new study.
Liam Gallagher 'fell out the helicopter' after Isle Of Wight Festival and shares photo of scraped face
Liam Gallagher has told fans he fell out of a helicopter following his headline set at the Isle Of Wight Festival, sharing a picture of his scraped face.
Two-year-old girl dies after falling from pony during hunt meeting in North Yorkshire
A two-year-old girl has died after falling from a pony during a hunt meeting, police have said.
COVID-19: Northern Ireland to scrap traffic light travel system as holiday bookings soar
Northern Ireland has indicated it will follow many of England's incoming COVID-19 rules on international travel, as holiday firms experience a surge in bookings.
COP26: Boris Johnson to travel to UN and White House to push for climate action ahead of crunch summit
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will visit President Joe Biden next week in a bid to drum up support ahead of the COP26 Summit on climate change.
Oasis Knebworth 1996: Looking back at Liam and Noel Gallagher's historic shows after 25 years
It was perhaps the most audacious event in British music history: two gigs, 250,000 people, from a band just shy of marking two years since the release of their debut album.
James Bond: Daniel Craig bids goodbye to 007 in emotional farewell to No Time To Die cast and crew
Daniel Craig bid an emotional farewell to James Bond, and the cast and crew who have worked with him during his latest outing as Britain's most famous spy, a video clip has revealed.