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Dr Rachel Clarke

Who is Rachel Clarke? The real doctor behind TV drama Breathtaking

Please stop blaming Covid for all Britain's problems

Please stop blaming Covid for all Britain's problems

Nicola Sturgeon fought back tears at the Covid inquiry

Nicola Sturgeon fights back tears at Covid Inquiry as she's grilled about her pandemic leadership

Nicola Sturgeon admitted deleting Covid WhatsApp messages

Nicola Sturgeon admits she deleted Covid WhatsApps and allowed ‘burner’ phones on expenses

Nicola Sturgeon arriving at the UK Covid inquiry hearing at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre

Nicola Sturgeon insists WhatsApp was not used to make decisions during pandemic as she faces grilling at inquiry

Sturgeon labelled Johnson "a f***king clown"

Nicola Sturgeon branded Boris Johnson a 'f***ing clown' and 'utterly incompetent' over Covid lockdowns, inquiry hears

Nicola Sturgeon said the UK Covid Inquiry has been provided with copies of messages between her and colleagues after the hearing heard the former first minister's pandemic WhatsApp messages were all deleted

Nicola Sturgeon says Covid inquiry has copies of messages after hearing heard pandemic texts were 'all deleted'

Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper has died aged 56

Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper dies aged 56 after Covid health battle

Ambulances outside an emergency department

Hundreds more middle-aged people dying each month of preventable conditions in 'pandemic of ill health' since Covid

The Covid Inquiry has cost the government £145m so far.

Government's Covid Inquiry costs soar as £145m spent on private contracts so far, new data shows

Rishi Sunak provided evidence to the Covid inquiry today

Sunak Covid Inquiry: Five things we learnt as PM says he's 'deeply sorry' for deaths and defends Eat Out To Help Out

Rishi Sunak is facing the Covid inquiry today - right, protests outside

Covid Inquiry as it happened: Rishi Sunak apologises and says 'Eat Out to Help Out' was 'designed to save jobs'

Rishi Sunak is to face the Covid Inquiry on Monday

Rishi's Covid D-Day: Sunak faces inquiry grilling as British public 'turns against his handling of the pandemic'

Boris Johnson gives evidence to the Covid Inquiry

Boris Johnson slammed by victims' families after telling Covid inquiry Partygate coverage is a 'travesty of the truth'

Boris Johnson spoke at the Covid inquiry again on Thursday

Ten things we learned from Boris Johnson's second day at the Covid inquiry

Boris Johnson gives evidence to the Covid Inquiry

Boris Johnson tells Covid Inquiry he 'could not have done more' to stop Downing Street parties

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Barnaby Webber's mother hit out at police who shared details about on her son's death

Nottingham attack victim's mother 'horrified' at 'abhorrent voyeurism' after police share graphic details of dead son

Israeli soldiers drive a tank near the Gaza Strip border, in southern Israel (Tsafrir Abayov/AP)

Israeli strikes across Gaza kill at least 67 Palestinians overnight

Indian farmers who have been protesting for a week to demand guaranteed crop prices wait to march to New Delhi (Altaf Qadri/AP)

Police fire tear gas as Indian farmers resume protest march after talks fail

Alec Baldwin-Set Shooting

Rust armourer set to go on trial after fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin

Ewen MacIntosh has died aged 50

Ricky Gervais leads tributes to Keith from The Office as Ewen MacIntosh dies aged 50

An LBC investigation has found 745 prison officers resigned before completing 12 months as qualified staff.

Hundreds of prison officers quit within one year as prison service operates 'fanciful' Zoom recruitment process

Police are attempting to track down these two men

Woman dragged down London bus steps and assaulted after she and her friends reject advances of two men

Emily Lockley died after giving birth to her baby with Tyler Collinson

Tragedy as 'totally healthy woman', 26, who dreamed of being a mother, 'died just hours after giving birth to baby boy'

A portrait of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny left in tribute to him by his mother Lyudmila Navalnaya (AP)

Alexei Navalny’s mother launches court action demanding release of his body

Robin Windsor was 'found dead in a London hotel'

Strictly star Robin Windsor 'was found dead in hotel in London' after 'troubling incident' over New Year

Pablo Neruda sits in Paris in October 1971 (Michel Lipchitz/AP)

Death of poet Pablo Neruda after 1973 coup should be reinvestigated, court rules

Victoria Atkins said Martha's Rule would be 'a second pair of eyes'

‘It should be easier to ask for help’: Health Secretary says Martha’s Rule is a 'step forward for patient safety'

Ezedi's body was found as it emerged the victim had lost sight in one eye

Clapham attack victim loses sight in one eye as friends plead for donations to help 'very long' road to recovery

Charlotte Cox and Michael Cartlidge are locked in a dispute over the money

Boyfriend demanding half £1m lotto prize after breakup is 'entitled to his share', says shop worker who sold scratchcard

Alexei Navalny died in an Arctic prison

Alexei Navalny 'killed with KGB punch to the heart' after being forced to spend hours outside in freezing temperatures

Australia China Writer

China-born Australian democracy blogger decides against appealing death sentence