BBC

Wales v England: Can you name the 15 mystery players?

Wales take on England in the Six Nations on Saturday, with Wales going for the Triple Crown in Cardiff. England,…

Scotland's papers: Salmond inquiry claims 'alternative reality'

Nicola Sturgeon’s claims that Alex Salmond is pushing conspiracy theories make many of the front pages Source link

Children with special educational needs 'failed' by Education Authority

A Stormont committee recommends an independent review of the Education Authority to assess its effectiveness. Source link

Covid-19: Wedding venues 'booked up for two years'

Wedding planners in London are reporting a surge in bookings after it was announced lockdown rules were being eased. Source…

Skewen: Coal Authority 'not liable' for mine flood damage

Residents label the authority’s stance “disgusting”, while MP says £500 repairs offer is “derisory”. Source link

Historic Edinburgh street to get European boulevard feel

Cars are set to be banned from George Street as part of transformation plans to open up the space. Source…

Covid-19: £290m plan for NI's economic recovery after pandemic

The plan includes ideas like amending the age criteria for apprenticeships and voucher schemes. Source link

Covid: School readers needed 'more than ever' to aid literacy

Reading standards have fallen in lockdown so “we are needed so much now” says a literacy charity. Source link

Princess Latifa urges UK police to reopen sister's kidnap case

Dubai ruler’s captive daughter writes to British police about her sister’s abduction 20 years ago. Source link

Infected Blood Inquiry: Charity chairman admits 'disgraceful' comments

The head of an infected blood charity had called a victim “thick” and a “moaner”, inquiry hears. Source link

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker