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Mail on Sunday editor rejects meeting with Speaker over Angela Rayner story

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The Mail on Sunday’s editor has rejected a meeting with the House of Commons speaker after a story that accused Angela Rayner of “distracting” Boris Johnson with her legs. Sir Lindsay Hoyle had called the newspaper’s ...

Angela Rayner: ‘I begged Mail on Sunday not to publish Basic Instinct story’

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Angela Rayner has revealed she begged the Mail on Sunday not to run a story claiming a Conservative MP compared her to the character in Basic Instinct, saying the “classist” comments in the piece were disparaging abou...

Queen expected to miss Easter Sunday service

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The Queen will not attend the Easter Sunday service in Windsor after pulling out of several events in recent months because of mobility problems. Buckingham Palace said the Queen, who has experienced health problems r...

Laura Kuenssberg to take over BBC’s Sunday morning politics show

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Laura Kuenssberg will replace Andrew Marr as the permanent host of the BBC’s Sunday morning political interview programme as part of a reshuffle of the broadcaster’s on-screen staff. Kuenssberg is preparing to step do...

Sunday with Nick Offerman: ‘We’ll sit at the dining table and do a jigsaw’

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Wake-up time? We’ll sleep in until the ungodly hour of 7.30am, lying about like vagabonds. When we finally rise, my bride Megan [Mullally, actor and singer] will put on some contemplative music: Patty Griffin, Theloni...

Belfast court quashes decision to stop Bloody Sunday prosecution of Soldier F

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A British army veteran accused of killing two civilians on Bloody Sunday in Derry in 1972 may face prosecution after a high court judge quashed a decision by the public prosecution service (PPS) to drop murder charges...

Sunday with Les Dennis: ‘Popcorn and a lovely glass of wine’

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Early riser? No. Our cat Libby doesn’t know it’s a Sunday and jumps on me at 5.50am, so I’ll get up and watch some of yesterday’s Match of the Day to pretend I’m a devoted football fan and wait for the kids to surface...

Sunday with Joss Stone: ‘I’d like to go to a pub, but they don’t have them in Nashville’

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What time are you up? My partner Cody [DaLuz] lets me sleep. I feed our baby Violet through the night, so I’m tired in the morning. He wakes up for work about 7am – he has Fridays and Saturdays off, not Sundays – but ...

‘We must march forward’: Kamala Harris commemorates Bloody Sunday anniversary in Selma

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US vice president Kamala Harris visited Selma, Alabama on Sunday to commemorate a defining moment in the fight for the right to vote, making her trip as congressional efforts to restore the landmark 1965 Voting Rights...

‘I don’t get that Sunday evening syndrome’: how an apprenticeship can transform your career

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Rheiss Brown has been “around the block a bit” when it comes to his career, he says. The 30-year-old has had a range of interesting jobs, from working for the London 2012 Olympic Games, to setting up his own Caribbean...

Prince Harry launches libel action against Mail on Sunday

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Prince Harry has launched a libel action days after the Mail on Sunday published claims about problems with his security arrangements. Court filings show Harry made a claim against Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) ...

Sunday with Greg Wise: ‘I prefer lunch to start at 4pm’

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What time are you up? 5.30am. I’ve always risen early – it’s nice, you get lots done before you’re hassled by everyone else. What were Sundays like growing up? My dad was from the north – where I grew up – but Mum was...

The White Handkerchief review – Bloody Sunday powerfully relived by a local cast

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Iconic photographs give this new musical play its title: a crouching priest waves a bloodstained white handkerchief as he moves along a city street, past armed soldiers, followed by men bearing a body in their arms. T...

Bloody Sunday: hundreds pay respects in Derry 50 years after atrocity

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Hundreds of people have attended a commemoration event to mark the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Thirteen civil rights protesters were shot dead by British soldiers on 30 January 1972 in Derry. Another man shot b...

Georgia county purges Democrats from election board and cancels Sunday voting

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The judges met, in private, over a two-day period in May, for what might seem like a minor task: to choose the fifth member of an elections board in rural Spalding county, Georgia. But the meetings were by no means ro...

The Guardian view on the Bloody Sunday anniversary: the legacy remains

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For many on both sides of the Irish Sea, the killing of 14 unarmed civil rights demonstrators by members of the British army’s Parachute Regiment on Bloody Sunday in 1972 remains the defining outrage of Northern Irela...

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