Havering Council in east London has said it would be “unwise” for the traditional menorah to be installed outside Havering Town Hall in Romford.
Peter Griffiths took his case against tour operator Tui to the Supreme Court after losing in the county court and Court of Appeal.
On the eve of the UN summit, 204 firms representing more than 1.5 trillion dollars in annual revenue have signed an open letter to world leaders.
The strategy suggests the creation of ‘growth zones’ where selected industries could be based to improve access to labour and expertise.
The Conservative peer, a former MP and MSP, has died aged 81.
Findings could help astronomers understand more about how stars are born.
Mrs Perry’s family say she took her own life after a report from the watchdog downgraded her Caversham Primary School in Reading.
The ex-minister’s evidence is expected to take up the whole of Thursday’s available time at the inquiry.
Reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete has been confirmed in part of Cairnshill Primary School.
Experts welcomed the updated guidance as a ‘remarkable milestone’.
The local authority denied that the move meant it was insolvent and said it will be able to meet current obligations to pay staff.
Yang Guang and Tian Tian have lived at the zoo since 2011.
The 55-year-old, convicted killer claimed earlier this year that he kidnapped, murdered and buried the student, who went missing in 1999.
Shadow environment secretary Steve Reed wants to demonstrate his party’s commitment to farmers and landowners.
Foster carer Marcia Grant suffered catastrophic injuries as she tried to stop the youngster taking her car from outside her Sheffield home.
Around 4,400 people in England are living with undiagnosed HIV.
Permanent secretary Sir Matthew Rycroft and his interim second-in-command Simon Ridley were giving evidence to the Commons Home Affairs Committee.
The commitment to spend 0.7% of national income on aid was broken in 2021 due to the impact of the pandemic on the public finances.
Kent County Council is pressing for funding from the Home Office for urgent accommodation.
Labour said it would look to reform the shortage occupations list that is designed to assist sectors that are struggling to fill vacancies.