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Northampton to lodge formal complaint to EFL over Scunthorpe selection

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Northampton Town plan to lodge a formal complaint with the English Football League because they believe Scunthorpe United’s team selection at Bristol Rovers compromised the integrity of the final day in League Two, wh...

Madeleine McCann: man made formal suspect by Portuguese authorities

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A German man has been formally identified as a suspect in the disappearance of British toddler Madeleine McCann 15 years ago, Portuguese prosecutors have said. Christian Brueckner, a convicted rapist, has been made an...

MPs seeking ‘fast-track’ freeze on oligarchs’ assets before formal sanctions

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Russian oligarchs suspected of having links to Vladimir Putin could have their UK assets seized even before the British authorities have completed formal steps to impose sanctions, under far-reaching plans tabled for ...

Nusrat Ghani needs to make formal Islamophobia complaint, says Raab

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A Conservative MP who says she was told by a government whip that she had lost her ministerial role because her Muslim faith was “making colleagues uncomfortable” should make a formal complaint about the incident, Dom...

Raab says ‘formal party’ in No 10 last Christmas would have broken UK Covid rules – video

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A 'formal party' in Downing Street in December 2020 would have been contrary to guidance, the justice secretary has admitted, saying it would have been 'the wrong thing to do'. Dominic Raab told BBC One’s The Andrew M...

Raab says ‘formal party’ in No 10 last Christmas would have broken rules

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A “formal party” in Downing Street last December would have been contrary to Covid-19 guidance, the justice secretary Dominic Raab has admitted, saying it would have been “the wrong thing to do”. But the lord chancell...

No formal Cop26 role for big oil amid doubts over firms’ net zero plans

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Fossil fuel firms will have no official role in the Cop26 climate summit, it can be revealed, amid growing concern among UK officials that big oil’s net zero plans do not stack up. Private emails from civil servants i...

Cressida Dick: no formal investigation into Met police chief

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The mayor of London has decided Cressida Dick should not face a formal investigation into an official finding that she obstructed an inquiry into police corruption. In June, Dick, the Metropolitan police commissioner,...

Hundreds of UK women demand formal apology for forced adoptions

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Hundreds of women who were forced to give up babies for adoption in the 1950s, 60s and 70s are demanding a formal government apology. Many of the women were unmarried teenagers when they became pregnant, and gave birt...

David Cameron faces unprecedented formal inquiry into Greensill scandal

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David Cameron is at the centre of an unprecedented formal inquiry after Boris Johnson ordered a probe into lobbying by the former prime minister on behalf of the collapsed company Greensill Capital. The independent in...

Brittany Higgins makes formal complaint to PM’s chief of staff over alleged backgrounding

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Former Liberal staffer Brittany Higgins has made a formal complaint to the prime minister’s chief of staff, John Kunkel, asking him to examine whether government staff have backgrounded against her or her loved ones. ...

EU to send formal letter to AstraZeneca in Covid vaccine dispute

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Bloc hopes to resolve row as it emerges big member states back threat to halt jab exportsThe EU is to send a formal letter to AstraZeneca in an attempt to resolve its dispute over vaccine supplies, a spokesperson has ...

ICC to open formal investigation into war crimes in Palestine

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The prosecutor of the international criminal court has announced that her office will open a formal investigation into war crimes in Palestine that will examine both sides in the conflict. The court ruled on 5 Februar...