School bus collision, Jessica identified.
Multiple injuries, investigation ongoing.
Bus owned by Carvers Coaches.
As investigators continue working on the closed stretch of highway, authorities have not yet stated their belief regarding the accident's cause.
They have identified Jessica Baker as a 15-year-old victim of a school bus collision on the M53.
Karabakh to dissolve in 2023.
Population decline amid conflict.
Concerns of ethnic cleansing.
The leader of the self-declared Republic of Karabakh has declared that it will cease to exist in the coming new year.
On Thursday, Samvel Shahramanyan announced that he had signed an order dissolving all state institutions effective January 1.
Is Webull Available in the United Kingdom?
Yes, Webull is accessible in the United Kingdom through its subsidiary "Webull Securities (UK) Ltd" (FRN: 961286). The official introduction took place on July 12, 2023.
Previously, Webull was only available in the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and South Africa. After...
Labour retracts private school tax
Plans to end tax breaks
Controversy over policy change
Labour has abandoned plans to strip private schools of their tax-exempt status, but says it will eliminate other tax benefits if it wins the next general election.
The status exempts certain private institutions in England and Wales from taxation.
Remote work's end affects parents.
Childcare costs rise.
Hybrid work options grow.
A parent who began working during the pandemic said she had to leave her job because her commute and childcare responsibilities made it "impossible" to continue working there.
Transitioning away from remote work is resulting in parents paying over £600 extra...
Drag Race UK Season 5.
International queens' diverse experiences.
Challenges, acceptance, and authenticity.
When Drag Race UK's fifth season begins, two queens with international roots will stand out.
Alexis Saint Pete from Poland and Cara Melle from the US have diverse backgrounds.
RuPaul's Drag Race, since 2009, is renowned for its fashion and social...
Tragic fatal stabbing in Croydon.
Teen victim known to community.
Suspect apprehended, community mourns.
According to an eyewitness, blood flowed "like water" after an adolescent was attacked during the morning rush hour in Croydon.
The teenager being detained after a 15-year-old girl was fatally stabbed in south London was known to local community...
British Museum seeks public help.
Recovering lost antiquities.
International pressure for returns.
The British Museum is reaching out to the public for assistance in identifying and recovering missing antiquities from its collection.
After nearly 2,000 artifacts were reported as "missing, stolen, or damaged" over an extended period. An employee was terminated, and a...
Suella Braverman criticized for asylum stance
UNHCR rejects her proposals
Controversy within Conservative Party
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has faced criticism for stating that the international asylum system is no longer functional.
In an earlier speech, Mrs. Braverman stated that fear of discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender should not be sufficient...
Ed Davey pushes for cancer treatment rights.
Liberal Democrats target Conservative strongholds.
NHS funding and housing debated.
In a speech at his party conference, Sir Ed Davey advocated a new legal right to cancer treatment within two months of an urgent referral in England.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats launched a full-scale...
Alok Sharma won't seek re-election.
Criticized delays in green policies.
Leading COP26 climate summit.
Sir Alok Sharma, the president of COP26, has announced that he will not stand in the upcoming general election.
Reading West Conservative MP notified constituency association he won't run for Reading West & Mid Berkshire.
Sir Alok described the decision...
Tower Hamlets garbage strike continues.
Union members reject pay offer.
Trash piles up in Tower Hamlets.
The capital, Tower Hamlets, has tens of thousands of trash sacks, some six feet high, from staff who refused their last offer.
As the second week of a strike by refuse workers continues in East London, garbage...
Ofgem raises energy price limit.
Energy costs to fluctuate in 2024.
Transition to sustainable energy needed.
In January, the energy regulator Ofgem will increase its price limit for the average annual household energy bills to £1,898, marking a £64 rise, as per research firm Cornwall Insight.
A commonly accepted forecast predicted that energy...
UAW strike affects US economy.
Demands for higher pay.
Automakers face challenges.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) union is expanding its strike against some of America's largest automobile manufacturers, extending the dispute over pay and benefits into its third week.
Ford and General Motors union leader Shawn Fain said 7,000 more workers will...
Millions encouraged to book online flu jabs.
Accelerated vaccination due to new Covid variant.
Eligibility and booking options available.
Starting Monday, millions will be urged to book flu vaccinations online, aiming to ease the strain on the NHS this winter.
In response to the new Covid variant, NHS officials sped up the vaccination...
Texan couple arrested for selling endangered animals.
Illegal sale of jaguar and margay.
Face federal prison and fines.
Rafael Gutierrez-Galvan, 29, and Deyanira Garza, 28, may face up to five years in federal prison and a possible $20,000 fine if convicted of attempting to sell the endangered jaguar and margay.