The G7 summit is taking place in Japan (AP) Brexit would be ‘serious risk to growth’, G7 leaders warn

The G7 summit is taking place in Japan (AP) British exit from the European Union would be a "serious risk to growth", leaders of the G-7 nations have said in a declaration issued at the Ise-Shima summit in Japan. Read Full Story

 

Ed Miliband is visiting a solar farm with Jeremy Corbyn Ed Miliband and Jeremy Corbyn join forces in battle against Brexit

Ed Miliband is visiting a solar farm with Jeremy Corbyn Former Labour leader Ed Miliband is publicly joining forces with his successor for the first time since Jeremy Corbyn took over the party as the pair go into battle against Brexit together. Read Full Story

 

The spoons incorporate hand-forged nails retrieved from the Mackintosh Library (Glasgow School of Art/PA Wire) Items created from ashes of Glasgow School of Art fire to be sold in New York

The spoons incorporate hand-forged nails retrieved from the Mackintosh Library (Glasgow School of Art/PA Wire) Silverware and jewellery created from objects which survived the Glasgow School of Art fire are to be auctioned at an event in New York. Read Full Story

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Mark Manning has been missing for two years Man charged with preventing lawful burial after human remains found

Mark Manning has been missing for two years A man has been charged with preventing lawful burial after the discovery of human remains believed to be those of a former bomb disposal expert who disappeared more than two years ago. Read Full Story

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Lord Justice Pitchford is chairman of an inquiry into secret policing tactics Witnesses at undercover policing probe ‘should not face prosecution threat’

Lord Justice Pitchford is chairman of an inquiry into secret policing tactics Witnesses in a public inquiry into secret police tactics should be able to give evidence without incriminating themselves, its chairman has said. Read Full Story

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New Education Secretary John Swinney said he is taking immediate steps to cut teachers' workloads Curriculum for Excellence ‘has led to unsustainable workloads in schools’

New Education Secretary John Swinney said he is taking immediate steps to cut teachers' workloads The introduction of new qualifications in Scotland has led to an " unintended and unsustainable" workload for pupils and teachers, a review has concluded. Read Full Story

 

Katrina and Karlina Raiba were left paralysed after Andrew Nay smashed his 4x4 into their father's car during a road rage chase Driver ‘left sisters paralysed after crashing into car during road rage chase’

Katrina and Karlina Raiba were left paralysed after Andrew Nay smashed his 4x4 into their father's car during a road rage chase A Jaguar Land Rover manager left two young sisters paralysed after smashing his company 4x4 into their father's car during a road rage chase, a court heard. Read Full Story

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Lieutenant General Mark Carleton-Smith has warned that hard-line Islamist extremists aligned to al Qaida may be plotting to use Syria as a springboard to mount a new wave of terror attacks. (MoD / PA) Senior MoD commander warns of al Qaida-linked extremists’ ‘ambitions’ in Syria

Lieutenant General Mark Carleton-Smith has warned that hard-line Islamist extremists aligned to al Qaida may be plotting to use Syria as a springboard to mount a new wave of terror attacks. (MoD / PA) Hard-line Islamist extremists aligned to al Qaida may be plotting to use Syria as a springboard to mount a new wave of international terror attacks, a senior British commander has warned. Read Full Story

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