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Harry and Meghan to visit UK next month for first time since Jubilee

Harry and Meghan to visit UK next month for first time since Jubilee

Harry and Meghan will also travel to Germany as part of their trip to support “several charities close to their hearts”, their spokesperson said. The couple will head to Manchester for the One Young World Summit, an event which brings together young leaders from more than 190 countries, on September 5. Meghan, a counsellor for …

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Thunder, lightning and floods predicted over the next few days

Thunder, lightning and floods predicted over the next few days

The Met Office has implemented the warning for Scotland and Northern Ireland until 11.59pm on Monday and 11.59pm for all of England and Wales on Tuesday after a change in air pressure led to dramatic showers. Power cuts and delays and cancellations in trains and buses are predicted, while spray and sudden flooding could lead …

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Iran denies involvement in attack on Sir Salman Rushdie

Iran denies involvement in attack on Sir Salman Rushdie

An Iranian government official has denied that Tehran was involved in the assault on author Sir Salman Rushdie, in remarks that were the country’s first public comments on the stabbing attack. Nasser Kanaani, the spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry, made the remarks in a briefing to journalists. “We, in the incident of the attack on …

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Inquiry begins into fire which claimed lives of two men at luxury Scottish hotel

Inquiry begins into fire which claimed lives of two men at luxury Scottish hotel

A fatal accident inquiry (FAI) into the deaths of two men in the fire at Cameron House in 2017 will commence on Monday. The inquiry, held at Paisley Sheriff Court, will look at issues around guest and fire safety at the hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond following the fatal fire in December 2017. …

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Starmer promises families wouldn

Starmer promises families wouldn\’t pay \’a penny more\’ for energy bills this winter under Labour\’s plan

Sir Keir Starmer has set out Labour’s £29 billion emergency plan to stop energy bills rising over the winter – paid for in part by an extension of the windfall levy on the profits of the oil and gas companies. The Labour leader said that under his party’s “fully-funded” proposals, consumers would not pay “a …

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Rail fare increase in England will be below inflation rate, Government says

Rail fare increase in England will be below inflation rate, Government says

The price rise, which will come into effect next year, will be lower than the rate of inflation, according to BBC News and The Times. The amount rail fares increase each year is calculated by the previous July’s retail price index. Ahead of the rate for 2023 being announced on Wednesday, the Department of Transport …

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Aberfeldy Residents Raises Money for Dun Coillich Through Tree Nursery

Aberfeldy Residents Alisa, 10, and Clara, six, have launched a fundraiser to raise money for the Dun Coillich Land trust through a project call the Wee Tree Nursery. The pair have been running the fundraiser from their home on Kenmore Street in Aberfeldy by collecting saplings from their garden and asking locals to donate trees, …

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Dunkeld Community Present Open Letter to National Trust for Scotland Regarding Tenant Eviction Issue

Members of the Community alongside Chris Claydon and Scott Trotter following the presentation of the letter to the National Trust for Scotland. Members of the Community of Dunkeld and Birnam and Members of Living Rent gathered last Friday to deliver a letter to representatives from the National Trust for Scotland(NTS) in support of two local …

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Call to Tory leadership contenders to protect vulnerable as bills soar.

Call to Tory leadership contenders to protect vulnerable as bills soar.

Seventy charities and community organisations have signed an open letter to Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak warning families on benefits face a £1,600 shortfall over the coming months, despite receiving £1,200 in the last Government support package. In the letter, co-ordinated by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF), they warn soaring energy bills mean many low-income …

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