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Two hospitals have been forced to ask patients to use other A&Es due to flooding as storms hit London today
Police Scotland is urging people to "exercise extreme caution" when swimming in rivers and lochs after six people - including four young boys - died in a series of tragic incidents Full story: Reporter Phil McDonald reports below:
Vaccine passports are now being considered by bosses at a wide range of places - from football stadiums to even some larger offices. @NIAbbot asks: how fair and practical are these plans?
A surge in domestic abuse cases has led ministers to advise police on how their forces should investigate sex offences. @darrenadam asks: Have you been the victim of these crimes?
The chief executive of Philip Morris International, the firm which owns Marlboro, has called on the UK government to ban cigarettes within 10 years. @darrenadam asks: Would you welcome a smoke-free world?
Team GB has won its first gold medal at the Olympic games in Tokyo. Adam Peaty defended his title in the men's 100 meter breast stroke
"Tyrone Mings, Marcus Rashford and Harry Kane will stop taking the knee when they want to." Listeners branded James O'Brien's response to Priti Patel's "despicable conduct" around the England team as his best yet. @mrjamesob
Human Rights Lawyer Emma Reilly reveals that the UN is actively sharing the names of Uyghur dissidents with the Chinese Government, telling Maajid Nawaz the actions of the UN here are 'criminal.' @MaajidNawaz
"If you were doing Sanskrit at Eton, you would have got your grade put up. If you were set to be the first person from a bog-standard Comprehensive to go to Oxford, you would almost certainly have seen your grade go down. They can fix this NOW." @mrjamesob | #AlevelResults
'It's not one rule for him and his elite chums and another for the rest of us plebs.' A furious Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi rages at out 'sycophantic, spineless, hypocritical ministers' who've defended breaching Covid rules. #PMQs