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Evri says sorry for UK parcel delivery delays
The firm, formerly known as Hermes, says staff shortages, Royal Mail strikes and bad weather have caused disruption.
You, Me and the Big C podcast: Hosts 'ready to hang up headphones'
The hosts of the award-winning podcast about dealing with cancer say they plan to stand down.
Family of British man Chris Parry missing in Ukraine 'very worried'
Chris Parry, 28, has been missing in Ukraine along with Andrew Bagshaw, 48, since Friday.
Lynette White murderer Jeffrey Gafoor allowed out on day release
Last month the parole board considered whether murderer Jeffrey Gafoor should be set free.
Mark Cavendish robbery accused was 'learning to walk again'
Oludewa Okorosobo is one of two men accused of an armed raid at the cyclist's home in November 2021.
Grant Shapps unveils new powers in strike laws
Unions say the plans for minimum service levels are "undemocratic and unworkable".
NHS bosses fear impact of second ambulance strike
Health managers say Wednesday's walkout in England and Wales will be harder to cope with.
Amazon warehouse closures put 1,200 jobs at risk
The online giant is to shut three warehouses, but also plans to open two new ones creating 2,500 roles.
Brecon Beacons: Tributes to couple who died at waterfalls
Rachael and Helen Patching, aged 33 and 52, from Kent, were visiting Ystradfellte while on holiday.
UK weather: Heavy rain prompts dozens of flood warnings
There are 28 warnings in England and one in Wales that householders and firms should expect floods.
Pat Ward: Niall Cox admits to Clogher murder jury is told
Pat Ward was found dead in an alleyway at McCrea Park in Clogher, County Tyrone, in February 2019.
Newcastle City Council fined after decaying tree collapsed on girl
Six-year-old Ella Henderson died a day after being struck by the falling tree at her school.
Spare review: The weirdest book ever written by a royal
Prince Harry's book, with sex, drugs and monarchy, reaches parts never seen before in a royal memoir.
Baby's welfare is priority in missing couple search, police say
Police searching for a missing couple and a baby want to ensure the child is "alive and well".
Covid booster: Who can get another jab this winter?
Over-50s and NHS staff can get a Covid booster, as can younger people who are at higher risk.
Prince Harry book: 'I want to hear his story in his words'
Members of the public explain why they are keen to read Spare, as it goes on sale in London.
Business Secretary Grant Shapps defends anti-strikes bill
The government will introduce a bill requiring a minimum level of service during public sector strikes.
Excess deaths in 2022 among worst in 50 years
New figures show more than 650,000 people died in the UK last year.
Energy bill support: Firms fear ‘worst to come’
Some businesses expressed disappointment over reduced government help with energy bills from April.
Anti-strikes bill to be introduced to Parliament
Under the proposals, some trade union members would be required to continue working during a strike.