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Ukraine war: Zelensky aide reveals up to 13,000 war dead

Western casualty estimates suggest about 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or wounded.

Doctors raise safety fears at Birmingham hospitals

Whistleblowers allege they were punished for raising concerns at one of England's worst performing trusts.

Labour hold City of Chester seat in Rishi Sunak's first electoral test

The by-election in the City of Chester is the first since the prime minister took office.

Suella Braverman reappointment sets dangerous precedent - MPs

A Commons committee says there should be "significant" punishments for ministers who break the rules.

Christmas dinner basics see big price rises

Research for the BBC shows the cost of Christmas dinner staples has risen to more than £30.

Infectious Covid virus can stay on some groceries for days

Scientists did the study for the government to better understand possible exposure to shoppers.

Brexit: Progress on trade deals slower than promised

The UK government is on course to miss its target for signing deals, as exporter numbers fall.

Prince William and Kate continue US trip ahead of climate prize

The Prince and Princess of Wales are in Boston to hand out awards for their Earthshot Prize.

Strep A: Penarth primary school child dies of disease

Strep A is a highly contagious bacterial infection that can be extremely serious, but is treatable.

US appeals court denies Trump 'special master' request in documents case

The ruling is a win for the US justice department, which is probing Mr Trump over classified documents.

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