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Captain Tom Moore Foundation investigated by Charity Commission over management concerns
Europe · London

Captain Tom Moore Foundation investigated by Charity Commission over management concerns

46% Right coverage: 13 sources
The Captain Tom Foundation is being investigated over concerns about the charity's management and independence from the late veteran's family. Charity Commission opened a case into the charity in March 2021, just a month after Sir Tom's passing. Sir Tom was propelled into the limelight during the COVID pandemic after walking 100 laps of his garden before his 100th birthday in April 2020.See the Story
Mother, stepfather and teenager sentenced to life for murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi
Europe · Bridgend

Mother, stepfather and teenager sentenced to life for murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi

47% Right coverage: 15 sources
Logan Mwangi's body was discovered in the River Ogmore in Bridgend. He suffered 56 external cuts and bruises, as well as "catastrophic" internal injuries. Angharad Williamson, 31, was found guilty of murder at Cardiff Crown Court. She was jailed for life with a minimum term of 28 years. John Cole, 40, and a 14-year-old boy were also given life sentences.See the Story
UK royals’ spending up 17%, mostly for palace overhaul costs
Europe · London

UK royals’ spending up 17%, mostly for palace overhaul costs

44% Center coverage: 18 sources
The British monarchy’s publicly-funded spending rose by 17% to 102.4 million pounds ($124 million) in the past year, with the renovation of Buckingham Palace taking up a large part of the expenses, royal accounts published Thursday showed. The palace’s annual Sovereign Grant report showed that royal spending went up by 14.9 million pounds compared to the previous year.See the Story

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Europe · London

Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries gets rugby league and rugby union mixed up while speaking at world cup event

54% Left coverage: 13 sources
Rugby union and rugby league have operated separately since 1895. Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries made the gaffe at an event in St Helens. It is her latest gaffe following a much-mocked TikTok video in which she talked about her responsibilities running Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.See the Story
Europe · London

UK weather: Thunderstorm warning issued by Met Office in England and Wales before hot spell expected next month

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
A yellow thunderstorm warning is in place for parts of England and Wales. Heavy downpours could bring 10-20mm of rain within an hour. Forecasters say conditions are likely to pick up next month with a warmer spell expected. A hot spell is predicted to arrive just in time for the school summer holidays.See the Story
Europe · Cardiff

Boy, 14, who murdered five-year-old Logan Mwangi named as Craig Mulligan as judge lifts anonymity order

46% Right coverage: 11 sources
Craig Mulligan, 14, convicted of murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi. Mulligan could not be identified during the trial due to reporting restrictions. A judge has now ruled that Mulligan can now be publicly named. He was sentenced to at least 15 years in prison at Cardiff Crown Court.See the Story
Europe · London

Cost of living latest: Drivers are being overcharged by petrol stations, RAC say; Netflix to release cheaper subscription - but there's a catch

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Andrew Bailey said Britain's economy would likely weaken earlier and be more intense than others as a result of the energy price shock. The situation was further exacerbated in this country by the legacy of Covid in the labour market as companies struggled with a shortage of workers. To address inflation, the Bank of England needed the option of half-point interest rate rises.See the Story
Europe · Kidderminster

Policeman killed son and then himself in Kidderminster, inquest finds

71% Left coverage: 7 sources
David Louden, 39, and three-year-old Harrison were found at their home in Kidderminster. Sgt Louden had been prescribed anti-depressants but decided not to take them. Coroner concluded he unlawfully killed his son and then took his own life.See the Story
Europe · London

Cost of living: 'Surprising amount of momentum' for housing market as prices hit new record

57% Left coverage: 7 sources
Prices across the UK were up by 10.7% in June, slowing from 11.2% in May. Month-on-month data also suggests that growth is slowing as prices rose 0.3 per cent between May and June compared to growth of 0.9 per cent.See the Story
Cardiff, United Kingdom · Cardiff

Fans arrive in Cardiff ahead of Rammstein's highly-anticipated concert

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
German heavy metal band Rammstein will perform in Cardiff on Thursday, June 30. The concert had been a long time coming - it was initially set to take place in June, 2020 but got cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic. It's been reported that their recent show in Coventry could be heard up to 11 miles away, meaning other parts of Cardiff may also be able to enjoy it.See the Story
Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson dismisses Vladimir Putin's nuclear threats as 'sabre-rattling'

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Boris Johnson said it had been calculated by one think tank that the Russians had made 35 mentions of the possible use of nuclear weapons. Speaking to LBC's Nick Ferrari, in an interview which will air at 7am tomorrow (July 1) Mr Johnson said Government was committed to ensuring Britain had a large enough army but it also had to be properly equipped.See the Story

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