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Tesco say they’re stocking up on longer-lasting, non-drop trees A rush for Christmas trees is expected at supermarkets this weekend as demand is expected to rise by 15% this year as shoppers get into the festive mood early. The start of the spike in people heading to the shops for their trees – dubbed “Christmas […]

The government have announced killers will face mandatory life jail sentences Offenders who kill an emergency services worker while committing crime will be given mandatory life jail sentences, the Government has announced. The law change marks the end of a two-year campaign by Lissie Harper after her husband, police officer Andrew Harper, was killed in […]

‘Artist of the Year’ and ‘International Artist of the Year’ will replace their male and female equivalents The Brit Awards will scrap male and female categories at the awards ceremony next year, introducing gender-neutral gongs in their place. Prizes will be handed out to the artist of the year and the international artist of the […]

He’s signed a two-year contract to lead the national side until December 2024 Gareth Southgate insists he wants “to deliver value for money” after signing a new two-year contract to remain as England manager until December 2024. The 51-year-old guided England to their first major final in 55 years at Euro 2020 and his new […]

The consumer group has analysed over 200 of the deals from last year Nine in 10 Black Friday “deals” are the same price or cheaper in the six months beforehand, a Which? investigation has found. The consumer group analysed 201 of last year’s Black Friday deals at six major retailers – Amazon, AO, Argos, Currys, […]

A message from the Pope will be read out during the service Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer will be among the senior politicians attending a Westminster Cathedral service for Sir David Amess, the Conservative MP who was killed serving his constituents. A message from the Pope will be read as the requiem mass is […]

The new guidance steers doctors away from offering anti-depressants as a ‘first-line’ treatment for less severe depression People suffering mild depression should be offered a choice of exercise or therapy instead of antidepressants, according to new NHS guidance. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) said people should first be offered group classes […]

Under the plan, council support payments will not count towards the £86,000 cap Boris Johnson had his Commons majority slashed as a significant number of Tory MPs rebelled to vote against a change to social care reforms amid anger over how it will hit poorer pensioners. The Prime Minister narrowly succeeded in getting MPs to […]

He’s committed to the national side until December 2024 England boss Gareth Southgate is excited by the potential in the team’s future after signing a new contract. The 51-year-old’s deal was set to expire after next year’s World Cup but he and assistant Steve Holland have signed a two-year extension through to December 2024. Speaking […]

It will launch via a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket later this week Nasa is set to launch a mission that will see a spacecraft crash into an asteroid in a bid to smash it off course. The double asteroid redirection test (Dart) will test defence technologies for preventing a hazardous asteroid impacting Earth. It aims […]

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