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June 07, 2024

Like the D-Day heroes, we must unite against tyranny

They did not want to be treated as heroes, and insisted they were merely doing their duty. But the 40 British veterans who travelled to Normandy for yesterday's moving ceremonies to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day were rightly greeted as heroes by the French people who thanked them for the inspirational acts of courage which rescued their country from the horrors of Nazi occupation.

Like the D-Day heroes, we must unite against tyranny

3 mins

King's D-Day gratitude for our 'remarkable' veterans

Heroes weep as they recall fallen comrades in an emotional ceremony on the 80th anniversary of Normandy landings

King's D-Day gratitude for our 'remarkable' veterans

3 mins

'More to do' to avoid repeat of WWII, warns army chief

There is \"every possibility\" that a conflict on the scale of the Second World War could embroil Europe in the coming years, the outgoing head of the British army has claimed. General Sir Patrick Sanders, 58, who will step down in the coming days after two years in the post, issued the comments in Portsmouth at an event to commemorate the D-Day operation of 6 June 1944.

'More to do' to avoid repeat of WWII, warns army chief

2 mins

Sunak 'misjudged nation's mood' by leaving D-Day event to continue campaign

Rishi Sunak has been told that he has \"misjudged the mood of the nation\" by deciding to return early from the D-Day 80th anniversary commemorations to campaign in the general election.

Sunak 'misjudged nation's mood' by leaving D-Day event to continue campaign

3 mins

Labour manifesto includes plan to recognise Palestine

Labour's manifesto will include a plan to officially recognise a Palestinian state \"as part of the peace process\", The Independent can reveal.

Labour manifesto includes plan to recognise Palestine

3 mins

Sick Tory MP deselected to make way for party leader

The leader of the Scottish Tories, Douglas Ross, has announced that he intends to run for Westminster after previously planning to concentrate on the Scottish parliament.

Sick Tory MP deselected to make way for party leader

3 mins

Essex Tories had 'gun to our heads' for Holden selection

Members say Tory party chair standing is a 'slap in the face'

Essex Tories had 'gun to our heads' for Holden selection

3 mins

We have lift-off: Musk's rocket launch hailed success

Starship is the most powerful and largest rocket ever made

We have lift-off: Musk's rocket launch hailed success

2 mins

Dozens Of Migrants Rescued After Channel Boat Capsizes

Around 80 migrants have been rescued in the English Channel after the boat they were travelling in capsized off the coast of Kent.

Dozens Of Migrants Rescued After Channel Boat Capsizes

1 min

'Mummy, when will the war end?' asks a trembling child

As the Russians relentlessly shell the Ukraine's Kharkiv region, Tom Watling meets a mother who, against the odds, finds volunteers to get her and her six children to safety

'Mummy, when will the war end?' asks a trembling child

4 mins

Israeli strike on UN school in Gaza kills more than 30

Building is used as a refuge for 6,000 displaced Palestinians

Israeli strike on UN school in Gaza kills more than 30

3 mins

Taliban's exclusion of girls from schools hits 1,000 days

Afghanistan is set to mark 1,000 dark days since the Taliban banned girls from attending school beyond the age of 12, dimming any prospect of women being allowed back into the formal education system in the near future.

Taliban's exclusion of girls from schools hits 1,000 days

3 mins

We must continue to teach children the lesson of D-Day

When we commemorate D-Day, what exactly are we doing? We are remembering, with great reverence, the bravery and sacrifice of an event 80 years ago: the largest amphibious invasion in history, which precipitated the liberation of France, and Nazi Germany's surrender, 11 months later.

We must continue to teach children the lesson of D-Day

3 mins

Shake off those prejudices about studying Taylor Swift

Academic studies on the merits of the star’s lyrics are not the Mickey Mouse courses you might think, says Dr Clio Doyle

Shake off those prejudices about studying Taylor Swift

4 mins

How My Fair Lady dodged the culture war kvetchers

For some, the 1964 classic is ultimately a movie about men grooming young women. But for most, its charm, style and ambiguity keep the film relevant, writes Geoffrey Macnab

How My Fair Lady dodged the culture war kvetchers

6 mins

CHAOS IN CLUBLAND

Charlie XCX slips vulnerability into disorienting bangers on 'Brat', writes Helen Brown, while 'Born in the Wild' by Tems is as assured a debut as any Roisin O'Connor has listened to

CHAOS IN CLUBLAND

3 mins

FAMILIES AT WAR

‘House of the Dragon’ takes viewers back to Westeros for a second series that is rich in intrigue, writes Louis Chilton

FAMILIES AT WAR

2 mins

Grealish and Maddison out of England's Euros squad

Midfield stars missing from Gareth Southgate's final 26

Grealish and Maddison out of England's Euros squad

3 mins

Swiatek beats raging Gauff to reach French Open final

Iga Swiatek moved one step away from a fourth French Open title as Coco Gauff was reduced to tears during her semi-final exit yesterday at Roland Garros. An emotional Gauff had a blazing row with umpire Aurelie Tourte, telling the official she should be ashamed” for not overturning a call.

Swiatek beats raging Gauff to reach French Open final

2 mins

Alcaraz And Sinner Take The Spotlight From Old Guard

Their meeting in the French Open semis today signals an exciting new era in the men’s game, says Jamie Braidwood

Alcaraz And Sinner Take The Spotlight From Old Guard

3 mins

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