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Europe · London

Sue Gray report: Top 10 most damning messages from Partygate report

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Gray's report highlights messages that reveal that officials organising some of the events were well aware that they might be breaking lockdown rules. Staff messaged each other to advise caution, warning that it would take place just after a Downing Street press conference had finished. After the event, attended for half an hour by Boris Johnson, Martin Reynolds, the prime minister's principal private secretary, boasts: “We seem to have got away with [it].”See the Story

Queen's Platinum Jubilee: here's how these York schools have been celebrating

Celebrations will be taking place in all corners of Kent during the four-day weekend stretching from June 2 to 5. In Tunbridge Wells, there will be a colourful carnival procession starting out at the War Memorial before moving on to Dunorlan Park. Families are encouraged to pack a picnic, but there will also be plenty of opportunities to pick up what you need, with a range of food and drink stalls.See the Story
Europe · Kathmandu

Oldham man completes Everest climb during Ramadan fast

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Akke Rahman, from Oldham, began the trek while fasting for Ramadan. He has raised more than £80,000 for Orphans Shelter Foundation. Mr Rahman fell down a crevasse and missed celebrating Eid with his family. But he described the beauty when he reached the top of Everest as "just beyond"See the Story
Wisconsin · Wisconsin

UPDATE: Missing Wisconsin woman found safe

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Yvonne Ingram left her home around 1:30 p.m. in a silver 2011 Ford Edge with Wisconsin license plate 594GUJ. She's described as a being 5-foot, 9-inch white woman who weighs approximately 175 pounds. Her family told authorities they're worried about her ability to drive in low light and suspect she suffers from cognitive impairment.See the Story
Europe

Student and Derry Girls fan writes dissertation about hit show

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Reiltin Doherty, originally from the Waterside in Derry, is a final year student at the University of York, studying English and Related Literature. An avid fan of the Channel Four show, Reiltin explained that an idea to feature Derry Girls as her dissertation subject originally started out as a joke.See the Story
Refugees

Free ballet sessions for children of refugees and asylum seekers

Two local charities say they are '100 per cent opposed' to the 'senseless scheme' to house 1,500 asylum seekers at a former airbase near York. York City of Sanctuary: 'This is a large group of really traumatised people - not criminals' Home Office says those housed at Linton-on-Ouse will be ‘destitute single adult male asylum seekers’See the Story
Newport, United Kingdom · Newport

Where you can get help with the cost of living crisis

LAST week, we launched Your Money Matters - our campaign to help you overcome the surge in the cost of living.See the Story
York, United Kingdom · York

Children celebrate jubilee with picnic at the palace

Short running challenge, afternoon fete and live music event are being held on June 3 in aid of Dorset County Hospital Charity and Cancer Research UK. The race is on to become the King and Queen of the Bincombe Bolt in this charity race, followed by plenty of Jubilee celebration fun. Race registration starts at 11.30am and finishes at 12.45pm.See the Story
Taxes · Ketley

Anti-poverty chief in York welcomes emergency bid to ease cost of living crisis

Rishi Sunak unveils £15 billion package to tackle impact of soaring inflation. Includes £400 discount off energy bills and £5 billion tax on oil and gas giants. Eight million low-income households on benefits will get a £650 payment. Pensioners who get winter fuel allowance will get £300 extra in November/ December.See the Story

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