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Man appears in court charged with murder of Ashling Murphy
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Irish teacher Ashling Murphy.
Josef Puska was remanded in custody at Cloverhill Prison after a brief hearing.
LGBT veterans who served during ban on gay troops to share views in government review
LGBT veterans will be asked about how they were treated when serving in the British military while there was a ban on gay personnel.
The Guardian view on water pollution: come clean on sewage | Editorial
nglish water companies have got used to pumping raw sewage into the sea and rivers.
Trans activists will not be charged over picture of JK Rowling's home
Police will take no action against trans rights activists who posted a photograph of JK Rowling's home online.
Campaigners want end to 'scattered' approach after Ashling Murphy murder
More must be done to tackle domestic, sexual, and gender-based violence in Ireland, campaigners have demanded in the wake of Ashling Murphy's murder.
Campaigners want end to 'scattered' approach after Ashling Murphy murder
More must be done to tackle domestic, sexual, and gender-based violence in Ireland, campaigners have demanded in the wake of Ashling Murphy's murder.
'Kill the bill' protests: new legislation is proportionate, says Buckland
The police, crime, sentencing and courts bill that has sparked "kill the bill" demonstrations across the country is a "proportionate" response to recent protests such as those by Insulate Britain, the former justice secretary Robert Buckland has said.
Lords urged to back changes to 'anti-protest bill'
Peers are being urged to back an amendment to a controversial bill that campaigners say could prohibit large-scale demonstrations from taking place in Westminster.
'Dangerous' new UK policing bill would crush protests like ours, Gurkhas warn
Gurkha activists have launched a scathing attack on Priti Patel's controversial policing bill, describing it as "highly dangerous" and warning that it would criminalise their future campaigning work.
Immigration raids on care homes continued during lockdown, figures show
The Home Office continued to carry out immigration raids on care homes during the pandemic, new figures reveal, prompting concern that ministers were pursuing the their hostile environment policies over public health.