Litter-pickers began their final clear-up of the festival in the early hours of Monday.
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The move has sparked a fierce backlash from the EU, with fresh legal action launched against Britain.
The chairman of the British Medical Association is demanding the Government reverse ‘brutal’ pre-pandemic cuts to health services.
People who remain on the waiting list are being asked whether they are prepared to travel to receive treatment.
Metropolitan Police officers were called at 12.30am on Saturday to reports of a man who had been seriously injured in Staines Road, Hounslow.
The special 50th year of the event in Somerset featured a number of history-making performances.
The man is in a life-threatening condition following the explosion in north Birmingham.
The company said it expects to report group revenue for the year of around £590 million.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched an inquiry into Kristo Kaarmann’s ‘regulatory obligations and standards’.
Kirk & Kirk recorded 42% sales growth in the first year of lockdown and expects 30% growth this year.
The City of London Corporation has submitted plans to demolish Bastion House and the Museum of London.
It came as it announced adjusted pre-tax profit for the 2022 financial year was £15 million.
The Big Issue Group is launching a new recruitment service supporting marginalised people to find work.
Monday’s front pages are dominated by reports from the G7.
The Duke of Edinburgh was patron of the College for more than six decades.
Footage on social media showed flames, damage and debris from a terraced red brick house.
The US rapper concluded proceedings at Worthy Farm in Somerset with one of the most theatrical shows of the festival.
Mr Johnson has raised eyebrows by revealing he has ambitions to remain in office into the 2030s.
Dr Jackson Katz, a US educator, is to address an executive office-organised conference on his Bystander Approach.
Barristers are staging court walkouts for several days from Monday in a dispute over legal aid funding.