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New Cross Fire: Artwork to commemorate 14 young people who died
There have never been charges over what many believe to be a racially motivated arson attack.
Period products for NHS staff a basic necessity
A leading consultant says staff are bleeding through their scrubs because they have no access to sanitary products.
Man in court charged with murder of Freda Walker, 86
Freda Walker died at her home in Derbyshire and her husband Ken is in a critical condition.
UK must do more to support Ukraine - Commons Defence Chair
Putin is taking advantage of weakened West says Tobias Ellwood, with Ukraine s invasion imminent .
Robot vacuum cleaner escapes from Cambridge Travelodge
The automated vacuum device ignores a hotel door s threshold and makes a break for freedom.
The roller-skating group tackling loneliness
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Inflation rate: How it affects you, beer and bacon sandwiches
A beginners guide to inflation rates and what it means to you and your night out.
US police hunt monkeys missing after motorway crash
The monkeys were being transported to a lab in Florida but escaped after the accident in Pennsylvania.
Arnold Schwarzenegger involved in Los Angeles car crash
The actor s spokesman confirmed that he was driving the SUV involved in the crash.
Covid: Booster study finds Omicron protection and Ireland lifts rules
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Saturday.
Kiribati goes into first lockdown after Covid flight cases
Until last week, the remote island nation of Kiribati had recorded just two Covid cases.
MP blackmail claims: Tory William Wragg to meet police
William Wragg says he will speak to the Met next week about his allegations, which have been denied by No 10.
Chris Boardman to lead bid to get more people cycling and walking
The former Olympic champion will encourage more people to cycle and walk as head of Active Travel England.
Kenya s River Yala: Mystery and heartbreak of the dead bodies
At least 19 corpses have been found dumped in western Kenya and relatives want to know how they died.
Ukraine crisis: Long journey home to rebel-run Donetsk
One resident returns to their home city in rebel-held east Ukraine, as tensions with Russia rise.
‘Hi, thanks for calling. Are you OK? How far away are you?
A telephone helpline launched in Edinburgh last year, is keeping people company when they walk home alone.
Week in pictures: 15 - 21 January 2022
A selection of powerful images from all over the globe, taken this week.
Connecting people through music
The World Harmony Orchestra has been providing musical comfort for those who may be lonely throughout the pandemic.
Ros Atkins On. China s zero-Covid dilemma
Ros Atkins examines China s Covid elimination strategy, while others are learning to live with the virus.
High Street pharmacies in England to help people lose weight
They can refer customers to a free online NHS service that runs a programme to get people into shape.
Police response to £25,000 fraud branded woeful
Inspectorate criticises the police after only one of 69 victims of a fraud has their case investigated.
Thich Nhat Hanh: Father of mindfulness Buddhist monk dies aged 95
Thich Nhat Hanh, who set up meditation centres around the world, died on Saturday in Vietnam.
Newspaper headlines: PM beefs up top team and NHS staff jab U-turn talks
There are tributes to Meat Loaf on the front pages alongside more stories on the Downing Street parties row.
First-time buyer: I couldn t keep paying so much rent
There were a record number of first-time buyers in 2021, figures from lender Halifax suggest.
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