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The UK economy flatlined in April, according to early official figures that have been seized on by the government’s critics as evidence the Conservatives’ plan is not working. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said there was zero growth in April compared to the 0.4% figure recorded during March. A Reuters news agency poll of
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A body has been found in the search for TV doctor Michael Mosley, who went missing on a Greek island, police and the deputy mayor of Symi have confirmed. The body was found in a cave on Symi, the deputy mayor said. Separately, a police spokesman, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of an
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D-Day has been re-created in literature, TV, film – and even video games – across the last eight decades. The largest amphibious invasion in history – when Allied forces landed on the coast in northern France on 6 June 1944 – was an event that changed the course of history. So, it’s no surprise it’s
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Reform UK has pulled to within two points of the Conservatives, according to the latest YouGov poll of the election campaign for Sky News. The latest exclusive weekly survey, conducted on Monday and Tuesday before the head-to-head TV debate, puts Labour on 40%, the Tories on 19%, Reform UK on 17%, the Liberal Democrats on
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The leaders of the two main parties clashed on Tuesday night in their first debate of the general election campaign. Rishi Sunak and Sir Keir Starmer argued over issues including tax, the NHS, immigration and the cost of living in a debate that at times seemed bad-tempered, as the two men were repeatedly told to
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A number of procedures have been cancelled or redirected to other NHS providers after a cyber attack affected major hospitals in the capital. King’s College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ (including the Royal Brompton and the Evelina London Children’s Hospital) and primary care services were hit by the “major IT incident” involving pathology partner Synnovis,
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