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The strike will take place over four weeks and also see barristers refuse to take on new cases.
27 June 2022
Thousands of people are attending the event which has returned for the first time in three years.
27 June 2022
One home is destroyed and at least three others are badly damaged in a gas explosion in Birmingham.
27 June 2022
Hundreds of patients who have waited two years or more have already said they are willing to travel.
26 June 2022
The economic gaps between different parts of the UK are "significant", the Resolution Foundation says.
26 June 2022
The Pulitzer Prize-winning rapper closes his headline set at the festival with a powerful statement.
26 June 2022
The meeting will explore legislation to create buffer zones around clinics and prevent intimidation.
26 June 2022
Cait wants to help others who who have dwarfism and struggle to shop on the high street.
26 June 2022
Many of the papers lead on the summit of rich nations as leaders urge continued support for Ukraine.
26 June 2022
Ethan Michael McCourt was injured in a one-vehicle crash in County Londonderry on Monday.
26 June 2022
The UK government wants to change the NI Protocol but the EU says this would break international law.
26 June 2022
Amy Ellis lives in Wales, but is trying to raise money to get the specialist treatment in England.
26 June 2022
UK coastguard footage shows the rescue of the five-strong crew by an RNLI craft.
26 June 2022
Britain's Emma Raducanu and Andy Murray are set for Centre Court when Wimbledon gets under way on Monday.
26 June 2022
The government says the move would protect British producers at a time of rising energy costs.
26 June 2022
The star brings a huge crowd to the Pyramid Stage as she plays a career-spanning greatest hits show.
26 June 2022
Neil Parish says he was verbally abused and sent death threats after being seen watching porn at work.
26 June 2022
The victim suffered severe head injuries in what police describe as a "horrific assault" in Ilford.
26 June 2022
Boris Johnson says the higher food and energy costs from the conflict are the price of freedom.
26 June 2022
Refugees for Justice started the process after six people were stabbed in a hotel in Glasgow in 2020.
26 June 2022
Behind the grinning photo ops of the G7 summit, world leaders grapple with their differing outlooks.
26 June 2022
The accountancy firm's chairman Kevin Ellis says the company "can't ignore market pressures".
26 June 2022
Some British Muslims who booked pilgrimages to Mecca could not fly after problems with a new system.
26 June 2022
Eurovision winners and folk heroes played across the festival, spreading a message of resistance.
26 June 2022
People who counted plastic waste for a week want to go plastic-free, but say it costs too much.
25 June 2022
Saul and George are both 12 and their lives have been affected in some way by a rare disease.
25 June 2022
Passengers react to the third day of strike action in the UK as they make their journeys.
25 June 2022
Steve Phillip and Mike McCarthy both lost their sons, Ross and Jordan, to suicide.
25 June 2022
Boris Johnson tells Radio 4's Today there will be no "psychological transformation" from him.
25 June 2022
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