More than 9,000 elderly and disabled people living in unsafe care homes

More than 9,000 elderly and disabled people living in unsafe care homes

More than 9,000 elderly and disabled people are living in care homes ruled unsafe by inspectors as the social care crisis deepens. The Care Quality Commission watchdog rated 251 residential care homes in England as “inadequate” when it comes to safety, according to Labour Party research. Reasons for the rating can include too few staff, […]

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Kourtney Kardashian SPOTTED With A Scott Disick Lookalike On A Juice DATE!

Kourtney Kardashian SPOTTED With A Scott Disick Lookalike On A Juice DATE!

We know Kylie Jenner has essentially replaced Jordyn Woods with an array of new besties…but now it appears Jordyn is doing the same thing. As she posted yet ANOTHER hang out with Megan Thee Stallion and fans are calling her new bestie…an upgrade. PLUS…Kourtney Kardashian definitely has a type as she was spotted out with […]

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HS2 rail link plunged into doubt as government launches “go or no-go" review

HS2 rail link plunged into doubt as government launches “go or no-go” review

The £56billion High Speed 2 rail line was hurled into doubt today after Boris Johnson’s government launched a review of whether it should go ahead.  The inquiry comes after a long public row over ballooning costs for the link from London to the north. The first phase to Birmingham is due to open in 2026 […]

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Celebrations as Migrants Prepare to Leave Rescue Ship Off Italy’s Coast

Celebrations as Migrants Prepare to Leave Rescue Ship Off Italy’s Coast

The migrants stranded on board a rescue ship operated by Open Arms off the coast of Italy for almost three weeks were allowed to disembark in Lampedusa on August 20. According to local reports, an Italian prosecutor ordered the ship be seized and the almost 100 migrants who had been rescued off the coast of […]

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Tory James Cleverly accused of 'crashing into car while talking on phone' on M11

Tory James Cleverly accused of ‘crashing into car while talking on phone’ on M11

Tory chairman James Cleverly has become embroiled in an online row with a motorist over a car accident. The MP was involved in a “minor accident” on the M11 motorway near his Braintree constituency in Essex on Friday evening. But a Twitter user claiming to be the other driver – named Asim Khan – accused […]

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Australia to join US military effort to protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz | Australia news

Australia to join US military effort to protect shipping in the Strait of Hormuz | Australia news

Australian forces will make a “modest, meaningful and time-limited” contribution to a United States-led mission in the Strait of Hormuz aimed at protecting freedom of navigation in the Gulf region. Labor has supported the new mission as “appropriate”, but critics are warning the involvement of Australia’s military in the region could be seen as an […]

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Universities must protect sensitive research from foreign governments, minister says | Australia news

Universities must protect sensitive research from foreign governments, minister says | Australia news

Universities will be required to work with Australian government agencies to protect sensitive research from foreign governments, Dan Tehan has confirmed. But the federal education minister has denied that the new guidelines on research collaboration will give security agencies an effective veto, as concerns about foreign influence on campuses, particularly from China, grow. Tehan also […]

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Boris Johnson promises £25 million boost for frontline hospice care

Boris Johnson promises £25 million boost for frontline hospice care

Boris Johnson has promised a £25 million funding boost to help hospices to cope with pressures on frontline care. The PM and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds hosted a reception in Downing Street last week for hospice staff. It marked the first time Ms Symonds was photographed inside Number 10 since Johnson took power. Johnson said: […]

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When it comes to coal, Australia has transitioned away from economics and common sense | Richard Denniss | Opinion

When it comes to coal, Australia has transitioned away from economics and common sense | Richard Denniss | Opinion

Australia isn’t transitioning away from extracting fossil fuels, it is doubling down on them. That’s right – even though Australia is already the third largest fossil fuel exporter in the world, the federal government still wants to double our coal exports, drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight and open more farmland to fracking. […]

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