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Unarmed policeman killed in parliament knife attack is named

Unarmed policeman killed in parliament knife attack is named

The unarmed police officer who was killed as he tried to stop the terror attack on Westminster was named on Wednesday night as Keith Palmer. Palmer, 48, was a constable, a husband and father. He was a member of the Metropolitan police’s parliamentary and

Thursday, 00:38 in World News
 
Less than half of women breastfeed after two months, survey finds

Less than half of women breastfeed after two months, survey finds

Almost three-quarters of women in England start breastfeeding after giving birth but less than half are still doing so two months later, according to NHS and Public Health England data. PHE recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, as

Thursday, 00:24 in Health
 

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Thursday, 00:16 in Lifestyle
 
'Solidarity and support': world leaders send wishes after attack in Westminster

'Solidarity and support': world leaders send wishes after attack in Westminster

A year to the day after 32 people were killed and more than 320 injured in coordinated attacks in Brussels, terror struck the heart of London, prompting condolences and expressions of sympathy from the US and across Europe. Rex Tillerson, the US secretar

Thursday, 00:10 in World News
 
Moderate drinking can lower risk of heart attack, says study

Moderate drinking can lower risk of heart attack, says study

Moderate drinking can lower the risk of several heart conditions, according to a study that will further fuel the debate about the health implications of alcohol consumption. The study of 1.93 million people in the UK aged over 30 found that drinking in

Wednesday, 23:46 in Health
 
Moderate drinking can lower risk of heart attack, says study

Moderate drinking can lower risk of heart attack, says study

Moderate drinking can lower the risk of several heart conditions, according to a study that will further fuel the debate about the health implications of alcohol consumption. The study of 1.93 million people in the UK aged over 30 found that drinking in

Wednesday, 23:40 in Science &Technology
 
Trump-Russia inquiry in 'grave doubt' after GOP chair briefs White House

Trump-Russia inquiry in 'grave doubt' after GOP chair briefs White House

The top Democrat on one of the congressional committees investigating ties between Donald Trump and Russia has raised “grave doubt” over the viability of the inquiry after its Republican chairman shared information with the White House and not their comm

Wednesday, 23:25 in World News
 
Labour MP to table 30 changes to education bill to benefit students

Labour MP to table 30 changes to education bill to benefit students

A Labour MP has promised to table more than 30 amendments to a higher education bill in an attempt to ensure that students get a better experience from their degrees as tuition fees continue to rise. Wes Streeting, the MP for Ilford North and former pres

Wednesday, 22:59 in Learning
 
Watchdog investigating DHS for alleged misconduct by immigration officials at airports

Watchdog investigating DHS for alleged misconduct by immigration officials at airports

The official watchdog of the Department of Homeland Security is investigating alleged misconduct by immigration officials at US airports as a result of Donald Trump’s stalled travel ban on people from majority-Muslim countries. The Office of Inspector Ge

Wednesday, 22:44 in World News
 
South Korean ferry in which hundreds died raised after three years

South Korean ferry in which hundreds died raised after three years

Salvage operators have raised South Korea’s sunken Sewol ferry, nearly three years after the ship sank, killing more than 300 people and dealing a crippling blow to now-ousted president Park Geun-Hye. The vast majority of the dead in the country’s worst-

Wednesday, 22:38 in World News
 
Donald Trump makes last-ditch pitch to Republicans to back healthcare bill

Donald Trump makes last-ditch pitch to Republicans to back healthcare bill

Donald Trump made a closing pitch to restive Republicans wary of their party’s proposed healthcare overhaul as conservatives steel for a showdown one day before a planned vote on the bill. In the final hours before the House was expected to vote, Trump s

Wednesday, 22:35 in World News
 
Germany 1-0 England: five talking points from the friendly in Dortmund

Germany 1-0 England: five talking points from the friendly in Dortmund

1) Southgate’s world is brave and bright “We have to think differently and work differently. I’m trying to open their eyes to what we believe is possible.” So said the manager on taking charge for the first time as the permanent incumbent and so he proce

Wednesday, 22:34 in Sport
 
Parliament attack: police officer among four dead in 'sick and depraved' incident

Parliament attack: police officer among four dead in 'sick and depraved' incident

Four people died after a single terrorist attacked Westminster, stabbing a police officer to death as he tried to storm parliament, and killing two members of the public as he careered through the heart of the capital in a 4x4 vehicle. The attacker was a

Wednesday, 22:12 in Politics
 
Steven Naismith rescues Scotland on a miserable night against Canada

Steven Naismith rescues Scotland on a miserable night against Canada

Scotland had to come from behind against lowly Canada to grab a draw in their friendly at a sodden Easter Road. Falkirk midfielder Fraser Aird fired the visitors into a shock lead, but Steven Naismith equalised in the 35th minute when he turned a wayward

Wednesday, 22:08 in Sport
 
Donald Trump Jr called 'a disgrace' for tweet goading London mayor

Donald Trump Jr called 'a disgrace' for tweet goading London mayor

Donald Trump Jr is facing a backlash for criticizing London mayor Sadiq Khan with a scornful tweet sent hours after an attack at the Houses of Parliament left four dead, including a police officer. The US president’s eldest son tweeted a link to a Septem

Wednesday, 22:07 in World News
 


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