| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Boris Johnson vows to keep going amid pressure from ministers - The PM says he wants to stay in office, but a group of ministers is set to call on him to resign.
  • Highland Park shooting: Suspect confessed to shooting, court hears - The 21-year-old suspect was able to purchase five guns despite several 'red flags' being raised.
  • British Airways to cancel 10,300 more flights - The airline says the cancellations will affect short-haul flights between August and the end of October.
  • Trans tweets woman discriminated against, tribunal rules - Maya Forstater lost her job at a think tank over tweets saying people cannot change their biological sex.
  • Ukraine-Russia war: Civilians flee frontline city as Russians advance - Residents are told to leave the big Ukrainian city of Slovyansk after a deadly Russian attack.
  • Whiskas pet food off Tesco shelves after price row - Brand owner Mars pauses supply of pet foods to the UK's biggest supermarket chain in price row.
  • China: MI5 and FBI heads warn of ‘immense’ threat - The UK and US security service heads make an unprecedented joint appearance to warn about China.
  • No diplomatic immunity in modern slavery cases, Supreme Court rules - The UK Supreme Court says a Saudi diplomat accused of exploiting a Filipina worker is not protected.
  • Pound slides to two-year low against the dollar - Investors flock to the safe haven dollar over concerns about the outlook for UK economic growth.
  • England keeper ready for 'crazy' Euro 2022 opener - Ellie Roebuck says she is "chomping at the bit" to start England's bid for Euro 2022 glory.
  • Zara Aleena died from head and neck injuries, coroner hears - Jordan McSweeney, 29, is accused of her murder and remains in custody.
  • Friends creator says show used wrong pronouns for Chandler's trans parent - Marta Kauffman says it was a mistake not to use female pronouns for Chandler's transgender parent.
  • Who has gone, who is staying? - After Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid resign, who else is leaving Boris Johnson's cabinet and in his ministerial team?
  • The problems start at the top, Javid tells PM - Former health secretary Sajid Javid says the government's problems and scandals "start at the top".
  • How might Boris Johnson be removed as PM? - The PM is clinging on but if his premiership does come to an end, here is how it might happen.
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