Here is what is making headlines this Thursday.
Other witnesses include Martin Hewitt, the former chairman of the National Police Chiefs’ Council and Jun Pang from human rights group Liberty.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has described planned protests on Armistice Day as ‘disrespectful’.
The aid will be funded through the reallocation of existing Northern Ireland Civil Service Departmental funds.
Home Secretary Suella Braverman claimed officers were reluctant to intervene because of the ‘flak’ they would get.
Boris Johnson’s comments came in conversations with Nadine Dorries for her book on his downfall.
Obese and overweight adults could have access to Tirzepatide – also known as Mounjaro – if it receives further approval.
The former world leader’s call for greater access comes only a week after the UK hosted a global summit on AI safety.
The Plaid Cymru motion was supported in the Senedd after ministers in the Labour-led Welsh Government abstained and offered a free vote.
It was alleged the incident occurred during a pro-Palestinian rally at Edinburgh Waverley station on November 4.
Leo Varadkar was speaking ahead of an international conference in Paris.
Marie McCourt’s campaigning led to the Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Act being enacted in 2021.
Amanda Spielman, the chief inspector of schools in England, told MPs there has been a ‘surge of discontent’ about Ofsted this year.
Report author says ‘my heart breaks’ as she warned the practice for people with learning disabilities has no therapeutic benefit.
The Education Secretary was opening the second day of the King’s Speech debate in the Commons.
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly will meet Middle East counterparts during his visit.
The cat – called Mowgli – was rescued on October 26.
The government says it has handed over all messages it held.
Huw Evans was described as a beloved grandfather and friend by his family.
The legislation would mean that if an individual travels to Britain from either nation without permission they would not be able to claim asylum.