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A playground designed for disabled children

An outdoor play park designed for children with disabilities has welcomed its first visitors. The park is the culmination of years of fundraising by the charity Swings & Smiles, which provides safe spaces for disabled…

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News Daily: More Anti-Russia action and Labour anti-Semitism row

Hello. Here’s your morning briefing: Image copyright EPA/ Yulia Skripal/Facebook Image caption Sergei and Yulia Skripal remain critically ill Australia backs anti-Moscow action Russia may deny involvement in the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal,…


NI court cases ‘take twice as long as England and Wales’

Image caption Northern Ireland’s criminal justice system does not offer value for money, the Audit Office said Northern Ireland court cases typically take twice as long to complete and cost significantly more than cases in…


World shares rally as Trump trade war fears ease

Stock market values are climbing worldwide amid evidence the US and China are working behind the scenes to avoid a damaging trade war. A series of pressures combined last week to put pressure on values,…


The autistic musician who ‘makes music with his mind’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe teenager who ‘downloads music into his head’ There is nothing conventional about 17-year-old Michael Fuller’s relationship with music. As someone with high-functioning autism who sees the…


Jeremy Corbyn told to act on ‘stain’ of anti-Semitism in party

Image copyright PA Image caption Luciana Berger MP joined a demonstration in London against anti-Semitism in Labour Prominent Labour figures have called on Jeremy Corbyn to do more to “root out” anti-Semitism from within the…


Police ‘should need warrant’ to download phone data

Image caption Millie Graham-Wood says there is “no limit on the volume of data” police can obtain Police officers should be prevented from accessing people’s personal mobile phone data without a search warrant, a privacy…


Spy poisoning: Australian PM condemns Russian ‘recklessness’ in UK

Image copyright EPA Image caption “This is about the actions of the Russian government” says PM Turnbull Australia has become the latest country to expel Russian diplomats as part of a global response to the…


May buoyed by global support against Russia

The Prime Minister will meet her Cabinet today buoyed by the success of her response to the Salisbury poisoning, with more than 130 Russian diplomats being expelled from capital cities across the globe. Suspected intelligence…


Secret world: The women in the UK who cannot report sexual abuse

They often fled their homelands to escape sexual abuse – but for many asylum seekers, it continues in the UK. Fear of deportation often means they don’t tell police, but one effect of the Harvey…


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