Senior Met officers dismissed after appalling behaviour to junior staff
Two senior Metropolitan Police officers have been dismissed for gross misconduct after “appalling” behaviour towards junior members of staff.
Bercow criticises unjust process after being found to have bullied staff
John Bercow has called the Commons standards investigation process “grievously unjust” after revealing he has been found guilty of bullying allegations.
Sixteen and 17 year olds eligible for booster doses from Monday
About 40,000 teenagers will be eligible for their top-up dose when the national booking service opens at the start of the week
Crocodile found under school floorboards goes on display
A 120-year-old crocodile discovered under the floorboards of a school classroom in Wales has gone on display.
Former city minister Lord Myners dies aged 73
Lord Myners, who led some of the UK’s best-known businesses and helped shape Gordon Brown’s response to the 2008 financial crisis as his city minister, has died at the age of 73.
No 10 parties understandable but not excusable says Sir Tony Blair
Former prime minister Sir Tony Blair has said he could “understand how” rule-breaking parties in No 10 could happen, but that they were still inexcusable.
Rafael Benitez sacked as Everton manager after less than seven months at helm
Everton have sacked manager Rafael Benitez after just over six months in charge.
Culture Secretary indicates BBC licence fee will be axed
The next announcement about the BBC licence fee “will be the last”, the Culture Secretary has said, amid reports it will be frozen for the next two years.
Novak Djokovic has lost a judicial review to have the cancellation of his Australian visa quashed
It means the World Number 1 will not be taking part in the 2022 Australian Open