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Sturgeon's hopes of Holyrood majority remain on knife edge
The SNP's hopes of securing a majority in the Scottish elections are on a knife edge this morning, but Nicola Sturgeon's party remains on course for an historic fourth term in office.
Drakeford says Labour has 'exceeded expectations' as party set to win Senedd
Labour is set to retain control of the Welsh government after the party fought off challenges from the Conservatives to key "red wall" seats.
What the data reveals about Labour's election performance - and the reasons for it
Labour's crushing by-election defeat and their losses in council elections across England have left Sir Keir Starmer facing questions about his leadership - and the party's future.
Safety-first Starmer must take more risks if he's to halt the spread of Tory blue
It was the late Roy Jenkins in the run-up to the 1997 general election, who shrewdly compared Tony Blair to a man carrying a priceless Ming vase across a highly polished floor.
Bookings for holidays to Portugal go 'through the roof' - but angry airlines criticise the green list
Bookings for holidays to Portugal have gone "through the roof" after the country was added to the government's green travel list, Thomas Cook has said.
Which countries are on the green COVID travel list and what does it mean for quarantining?
Portugal, Gibraltar and Israel are among the countries and territories people will be able to visit without quarantining on their return to the UK, the government has said.
Man held by police despite winning legal fight over his British citizenship released
A man who was being held by the Metropolitan Police - despite winning a court battle to prevent the Home Office stripping him of citizenship - has been released.
Four-year-old boy buys 918 SpongeBob ice lollies for $2,600 on Amazon
Noah, a four-year-old from New York, loves SpongeBob. A lot.
Police patrols increased in Bromley after reports of 'perceived' attempted abductions
Police have increased their patrols around Bromley, southeast London, after receiving four separate reports of "perceived" attempted abductions of children.
Man whose picture was shared over PCSO's murder identified
A man whose picture was shared as part of an investigation into the murder of PCSO Julia James has been identified - and Kent Police is no longer seeking information about him.