Earlier, Unite announced that its members in the NHS had voted to reject the offer.
Helen Allen got the tattoo free of charge at a local tattoo studio.
Most of the dead were in an apartment block hit by a missile in the city of Uman, a city about 134 miles south of Kyiv.
A group of trophy hunters claims MPs used their photographs without permission in a 2022 report.
During Leaders’ Questions on Thursday Micheal Martin said he considered the website to be a ‘political organisation attacking Government’.
Baroness Goldie said their activities are being closely watched by the UK, and Nato.
The Prime Minister was addressing the Welsh Tory conference in Newport.
The road Charleville, Co Cork, was closed for a forensic investigation.
College student Vaughn Dolphin denied being a terrorist, saying he had bought explosive ingredients for ‘gardening’.
Ogechi Eke and Melvin Lebaga-Idubor have been charged with murdering 19-year-old digital marketing student Kwabena Osei-Poku.
A 17-year-old and a 19-year-old were found guilty of charges including manslaughter over the death of 88-year-old Josephine Smith.
There were 3,472 children accessing emergency accommodation at the end of March.
Radio reporter Dumesky Kersaint died in a shooting in mid-April, while journalist Ricot Jean was found dead on Tuesday, the CPJ said.
Legacy supports thousands of veterans, spouses and children of Australian Defence Force (ADF) members.
Labour is calling on the Government to use the extended truce to allow all British residents to qualify for evacuation.
There needs to be a balance between feeling strongly enough to take action, but not letting those feelings have a negative impact, a US expert said.
Greg Hands said with the SNP ‘weakened’ by internal issues, the Conservatives could gain seats.
The First Minister has been leader of the SNP for one month.
The RCN has agreed with NHS England that ‘safety critical mitigations may be required for a period to maintain safe patient care’.
Paul Whiteman, general secretary of the National Association of Head Teachers, will accuse the Government of ‘selling young people down the river’.