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The “toothless” gambling regulator and the government department in charge of overseeing the industry are failing to protect consumers, including children and vulnerable adults, a scathing report has warned. Penalties for companies which are not tackling problem gambling are weak and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has been complacent when it […]

Police have named the man shot by officers during an attack in Glasgow on Friday as Badreddin Abadlla Adam, 28, from Sudan. In a statement on Twitter, Police Scotland said the identity is “based on information the deceased provided to the Home Office earlier this year”. Six people were injured, including a police officer, in […]

The PM is set to use the inspiration of the national coronavirus response to fast track major building projects across the country. Laying out his vision for the country’s post-Covid revival, Boris Johnson will use a speech on Tuesday to announce the creation of a taskforce to accelerate the building of schools, hospitals, roads and […]

Harry Maguire sent Manchester United into the FA Cup semi-finals as they made hard work of their extra-time victory at 10-man Norwich. The Red Devils became the first side to secure their place in Sunday’s draw as they edged past the Canaries, who were dreaming of Wembley on their first quarter-final appearance since 1991-92. Norwich […]

Firms have hit “rock bottom” as a result of the economic lockdown and expect a slower fall in activity in the next few months. The CBI said its study showed that private sector activity fell at its fastest pace on record in the three months to June, especially in consumer services. Manufacturing output also continued […]

  Civil War politics has ended in Ireland’s parliament, after political rivals agreed to form a historic governing coalition, Leo Varadkar has said. Micheal Martin has been confirmed as Taoiseach. Mr Martin’s Fianna Fail won the most seats in February’s inconclusive general election, and his appointment as Taoiseach represents the culmination of 30 years in […]

The police officer who was injured in a knife attack at a Glasgow hotel on Friday is now in a stable condition. Constable David Whyte, 42, was one of six people injured during the incident at the Park Inn Hotel in West George Street on Friday, in which a male suspect was shot and killed […]

The Queen and the Prime Minister have saluted the work of British servicemen and women, as the country marks Armed Forces Day while under coronavirus lockdown. The Red Arrows left a trail of red, white and blue smoke as they performed a flypast in North Yorkshire on Saturday morning as part of this year’s more […]

Museums across the world are competing to find which contains the “best bum” as part of a weekly online battle between curators. Yorkshire Museum, in York, launched the search on social media on Friday, with a picture of a Roman marble statuette with what appears to be a bite-sized chunk missing from its behind. The […]

Council bosses spent thousands of pounds on legal fees in a failed bid to keep Tate Modern murder attempt teenager Jonty Bravery’s name out of the public domain, the PA news agency has found. Documents released under Freedom of Information laws show Hammersmith and Fulham Borough Council paid £12,400 over the course of four court […]