The Committee to Protect Journalists stated that from 7 to 31 October, amongst the 9,000 killed on either side of the war so far, 31 were journalists and media workers.
Santander's Profits Soar 20% But Cautions Borrowers Of The Impending Impact Of High-For-Longer Interest Rates
Santander's profits rose by 20 per cent achieving an attributable profit of €8,143 million in the first nine months of 2023, but warn borrowers of the Impending impact of high-for-longer interest rates.
A 10 per cent rise in the real living wage will be a "lifeline" for 460,000 workers struggling with low pay but minority ethnic workers are still disproportionately paid the lowest wages.
In "the most significant operation targeting organised crime figures in the Met's history", 400 criminals, including "kingpins" involved in organised crimes, have been imprisoned for a total of 3,722 years.
On Thursday, Metro Bank issued a statement to reassure investors after the short suspension of their shares due to volatility amidst suffering a hefty 25 per cent fall.
Jade's Law aims to protect children from harm, ensuring that parents who kill a partner or ex-partner and share children together will automatically have their parental rights suspended when sentenced.
The news was welcomed by women's rights and anti-woke campaigners alike – while a spokesperson from the LGBT charity Stonewall said that the proposals are an attempt by the secretary of state to "look busy".
"We're giving over two million workers a wage boost worth over £1,000," the Conservative Party announced today after revealing plans to punish the 'workshy' benefit claimants.
The Department for Education wants the ban to be included during school recess times, which has been met with criticism by the teaching union.
Meta joins the AI Chatbot race as US tech giant Mark Zuckerberg unveils AI Chatbots with 'personalities' amongst various AI tools at the annual Meta Connect event.
GB News suspended the Lewis star Lawrence Fox following his statements against Joe journalist Ava Evans and his refusal to offer a "grovelling apology", describing the reporter as a "little woman".
Arguing for refugee law reform, Home Secretary Suella Braverman said that an asylum system whereby "simply being gay, or a woman, and fearful of discrimination in your country of origin, is sufficient to qualify for protection" is unsustainable.
Soldiers on standby, as Met firearms officer's murder charge sparks a gun revolt by London's armed police
Scotland Yard requested military assistance from the Ministry of Defence (MOD) after London's armed police turned in their weapons in protest of a Met firearms officer being charged with murder.
Jimmy Fallon says "l feel so bad I can't even tell you", in an apology on Zoom after allegations of "erratic behaviour" on The Tonight Show.
Downing Street engulfed by RAAC concrete crisis, as affected UK schools and public buildings face closure
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is under fire for his role in the RAAC concrete crisis amid knowledge emerging that the government failed to prepare for the emergency.
The Halifax House Price Index found a -2.4 per cent annual decline, a monthly change of -0.3 per cent, in house prices, with the Director of Halifax Mortgages insisting that the equivalent of this drop in terms of cash is a thousand pounds.
The historic 2030 ICE ban will see the UK en route to be the quickest G7 nation to decarbonise cars and vans and expedite a greener transport future.
PwC's electric vehicle sales review recently revealed that EV sales in the UK represent 54 per cent of the entire market share, with hybrid models being the most popular choice by drivers in the UK.
Cargiant, London's largest used car dealership, has unveiled its analysis of the latest driving test pass rates in London, further discovering some fascinating insights relating to London's driving test pass rates.
According to price analysis by Bitget on the British pound and Bitcoin, the UK's growing inflation is giving rise to devaluing the nation's currency.
Using advancements in data science, AI company, Bayezian, can now determine male fertility at a 96 per cent accuracy rate, two per cent higher than existing approaches.
Professionals have reported a decline in their mental health due to workplace-related stress and feel let down by their employers, as found in research conducted by a recruitment firm, Robert Walters.
The WWF warns how increasing plastic waste is killing sea life, and if it continues to double in the next 15 years, there may well be more plastic than fish in the sea (by weight) by 2050.
WHO states that 970 million people worldwide are living with a mental health disorder, with further research finding nearly 50 per cent of CEOs are suffering from mental health issues.
Advancing drone technology is revolutionising the transportation and logistics market as data shows that the industry is projected to grow from $534 million in 2022 to $17,881 million by 2030.
The ONS revealed the most notable percentage change in cohabitation among people was in those aged 25 to 29 years, with an increase from 56.5 per cent in 2011 to 71.6 per cent in 2021.
The impact of high costs associated with learning to drive is making it unaffordable for many to learn, with learners risking to drive illegally.
Research finds UK workers' job confidence to be positive despite the cost of living crisis and a stagnant economy. However, data reveals a fall in social mobility, with many workers not having a degree in the top socio-economic levels.
London finishes in first place in the top 10 of the largest 'sun trap' cities in the UK, as more Brits consider a 'staycation' amidst the cost of living crisis.
The Office for National Statistics reported that the "prices of food and non-alcoholic drinks rose at the fastest rate in more than 45 years in the 12 months to February 2023."