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June 09, 2024

Turnout could be the lowest in modern electoral history

Poll shows Labour leader is struggling to capitalise on Tories' miserable campaign, say David Maddox and Alicja Hagopian

Turnout could be the lowest in modern electoral history

5 mins

Tice accuses Tories of dirty tricks in bid to stop Reform

Reform UK chair Richard Tice has accused the Tories of “dirty tricks” after one of his party’s candidates withdrew his papers to stand at the last minute and endorsed former cabinet minister Sir Gavin Williamson.

Tice accuses Tories of dirty tricks in bid to stop Reform

3 mins

Second Tory minister hits out at Sunak's D-Day gaffe

Prime minister cancels a press event as backlash mounts

Second Tory minister hits out at Sunak's D-Day gaffe

3 mins

Lib Dems to let under-35s live, study and work in EU

The Liberal Democrat election manifesto will include a commitment to ensure under-35s can live, study and work in the EU despite Brexit, The Independent can reveal. The party will also accuse the Conservative government of “abandoning young people and our economy”.

Lib Dems to let under-35s live, study and work in EU

2 mins

Labour promises to speed up prison building process

Labour has set out plans to relieve pressure on prisons by unblocking the planning process and boosting the prison building programme. The party said the prison estate is \"bursting at the seams\" due to inaction and mismanagement by the Conservative government.

Labour promises to speed up prison building process

2 mins

Mosley's wife will not 'lose hope' as search continues

TV doctor was last seen on Wednesday on Greek island Symi

Mosley's wife will not 'lose hope' as search continues

3 mins

Hundreds of NHS cancer patients hit by cyberattack

Thousands of appointments cancelled by Russian hackers

Hundreds of NHS cancer patients hit by cyberattack

2 mins

'A lot of people are going crazy, it is mental torture'

Migrants housed at Wethersfield in Essex describe the fights, isolation and suicide attempts inside the 'prison-like' centre

'A lot of people are going crazy, it is mental torture'

5 mins

Kate apologises for missing Trooping the Colour event

Princess of Wales writes a heartfelt letter to the Irish Guards

Kate apologises for missing Trooping the Colour event

2 mins

Four Israeli hostages freed in 'complex' IDF operation

The captives recovered in central Gaza are in good condition

Four Israeli hostages freed in 'complex' IDF operation

2 mins

IDF is guilty of violations against children, says UN

The Israeli military has been added to a global list of offenders who have committed violations against children, according to the country's United Nations envoy, who branded the decision “shameful”. The list is part of a report on children and armed conflict that is due to be submitted to the UN Security Council next Friday.

IDF is guilty of violations against children, says UN

1 min

Europe goes to polls under shadow of political violence

Slovakia, Italy and the Czech Republic were among five European Union nations casting their votes on the penultimate day of European Union elections, in a race held under the shadow of political violence.

Europe goes to polls under shadow of political violence

3 mins

Southgate's regeneration game will define his career

England manager's cull of older players is boldest move yet

Southgate's regeneration game will define his career

4 mins

Swiatek joins greats with a third straight French crown

Iga Swiatek strengthened her reputation as the queen of clay by capturing a third straight French Open crown with a crushing 6-2 6-1 victory over 12th-seeded Italian Jasmine Paolini yesterday to claim her fifth grand slam title.

Swiatek joins greats with a third straight French crown

2 mins

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