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Highest number of people cross English Channel in single day so far this year | UK News

Some 882 people crossed the English Channel on Tuesday, which is the highest number on a single day so far this year.

The Home Office said 15 boats were detected, suggesting an average of about 59 people per boat.

Having 15 boats cross in a single day has only happened twice in the past year – the last occurrence being in September last year.

The number of arrivals by small boats in 2024 now stands at a provisional total of 12,313, which is 18% higher than the total at the equivalent point last year, when it was 10,472.

It’s also 5% higher than the total at this stage in 2022, which was 11,690.

There were 29,437 arrivals across the whole of 2023, down 36% on a record 45,774 arrivals in 2022.

The government has promised to “stop small boats”, but made clear that does not mean there will be zero crossings.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has not defined how low a number they are targeting.

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The tally of crossings since Mr Sunak became prime minister in October 2022 is almost 50,000, now standing at 49,376.

More than 2,000 arrivals have been recorded since the general election was called on 22 May, with 2,431 people crossing as immigration forms a key campaign battleground.

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As the recent migrant crisis unfolded, 126,658 people have arrived in the UK after crossing the Channel over the past six and a half years, according to data recorded since the start of 2018.

Some 81,677 people have made the journey since the government struck the stalled deal to send migrants to Rwanda in April 2022.

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Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh share 25th wedding anniversary portrait | UK News

The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh have released a new portrait to mark their 25th wedding anniversary.

The royal couple are dressed down in the relaxed shot taken in the gardens of their Surrey home, Bagshot Park, by photographer Chris Jelf.

Prince Edward, 60, is the youngest of the late Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip’s four children – and the only one who has not been divorced.

He married Sophie Rhys-Jones on 19 June 1999 in St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle – where other royals including Prince Harry, Princess Eugenie and Peter Philips have wed their partners.

 File photo dated 19/06/99 of Prince Edward, the youngest son of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, and his bride Sophie Rhys-Jones leave St. Georges's Chapel in Windsor Castle following their marriage. Issue date: Tuesday June 18, 2024.
Edward and Sophie on their wedding day in 1999. Pic: John Stillwell/PA

They now have two children, 20-year-old Lady Louise Windsor and James, who at 16 is the Earl of Wessex.

Edward and Sophie became the Earl and Countess of Wessex when they married. They were named the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh last year when the King redistributed key titles.

In March, Sophie described Edward as the “best of fathers, the most loving of husbands” and “still my best friend” in a surprise tribute ahead of his 60th birthday.

The Duchess of Cornwall, the Duchess of Cambridge and the Countess of Wessex on the balcony at the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph, in Whitehall, London. Picture date: Sunday November 14, 2021.
The Queen, the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Edinburgh in 2021. Pic: Aaron Chown/PA

“Whatever he is doing he gives 150% of himself and if all else fails, he gives any energy he has left out to our exhausted dogs or laying waste to the garden,” she said.

Edward has also publicly praised his wife and described her as his “rock” in a television interview.

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“I’m incredibly lucky that I found Sophie and that she found me,” he added.

Edward’s older siblings, King Charles, Princess Anne and Prince Andrew, have all been divorced.

Billionaire donor John Caudwell endorses Labour for first time in ‘despair’ at Tories | Politics News

A billionaire donor who backed Boris Johnson at the last election said he will be voting for Labour next month because the Tories’ record has left him in “despair”.

John Caudwell, who founded Phones4U, gave half a million pounds to the Conservatives in 2019 to avoid what he called “the disaster that would have been Jeremy Corbyn in Downing Street”.

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However, he said the “failures” of the three prime ministers in government since then, alongside Labour’s “transformation” under leader Sir Keir Starmer had led him to switch allegiance for the first time in his life.

Mr Caudwell said: “For many years now I have been rather despairing about the performance of the party that I have supported for the last 51 years: the Tories.

“Only five years ago, I donated half a million to the Conservatives to help avert the disaster that would have been Jeremy Corbyn in Downing Street.

“But I’ve been increasingly critical of Tory failures since then, particularly over Rishi’s mismanagement of the economy during Covid, Boris’ lowering of ethical standards – and, of course, associated with that the accusation that Tory cronies benefited improperly regarding Covid PPE – and then the Liz Truss debacle.”

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Mr Caudwell said over the last two years especially, he has been “amazed by how Keir Starmer has transformed the Labour Party and brought it back from that Corbyn brink”.

“As I have always said, the government must be much more commercially minded to grow GDP in order to finance the public services that benefit all of society without increasing taxes.”

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Starmer is projected to win a landslide. Pic: PA

He said he was “delighted” to see economic growth at the “front and centre” of Labour’s manifesto, and “that projected growth is clearly tied into making Britain a clean energy superpower”.

He added: “So, I can declare publicly that I will vote for Labour, and I encourage everybody to do the same.

“We need a very strong Labour Government that can take extremely bold decisions and you can rest assured that I will be doing my best to influence them wherever I can, in putting the great back in Britain.”

The news is a further boost for Sir Keir, who according to the latest election poll is on course for a 256-seat majority – the largest of any post-war government.

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If correct that would also plunge the Tories to their lowest number of MPs ever – a remarkable turnaround for the party that won a commanding 80-seat majority five years ago.

The announcement follows a recent meeting between Mr Caudwell and Sir Keir.

Sir Keir said: “I’m delighted that John, someone with such a successful track record in business, has today thrown his support behind the changed Labour Party that I lead.

“The message is clear: business backs change and economic stability with Labour, and rejects five more years of chaos and decline with the Tories.”

Sir Keir added: “John was not just a Conservative voter but a substantial donor to the Conservative Party in 2019 – so it’s not a decision that he will have taken lightly. But it’s clear that he shares my plan for growth that I set out in the Labour manifesto.

“I’m campaigning non stop between now and 4 July to win the votes of other people who have backed the Tories in the past but see change with Labour as the best future for Britain.”

Sir Keir Starmer considering mandatory voter ID review | Politics News

Sir Keir Starmer has said he is concerned by the impact of mandatory voter ID and is thinking of reviewing it if he gets into government. 

Speaking to Sky News ahead of tonight’s deadline to register to vote in the general election, he said the policy may have some flaws.

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The Labour leader told Sky News: “I think we need to review and look at the ID rules. I am concerned about the impact. I won’t shy away from that.

“But my message today is remember your ID when you go to vote this time round because it’s so important that people who want change do vote for change.”

Under rules introduced by the Conservatives in 2022, people eligible to vote have to produce some form of photo ID to cast their ballots.

This general election is the first time photo ID is required everywhere nationally. Previous by-elections, local elections, and police and crime commissioner elections have required ID before.

The changes were brought in to stamp out what the Conservative government claimed could potentially lead to high levels of voter fraud.

But the Electoral Commission said the number of offences has been minimal and instead, there was a risk the policy could put people off voting.

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The Commission found 14,000 people were turned away during May’s local elections for not having a required form of ID – including Boris Johnson who introduced the requirement.

Of particular concern to campaigners is the risk of disproportionality to the policy.

According to the elections watchdog’s research, poorer people, disabled people and ethnic minorities are disproportionately affected by the rules and may not have as much access to voting as the wider population.

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The Lib Dems have promised to scrap the policy in their manifesto and Sir Keir today has made his strongest signal yet the policy may be scrapped under a Labour government.

The current government’s assessment of the cost of introducing the voter ID policy put the total as high as £120m over a decade.

A former cabinet minister who pushed the bill through parliament claimed the policy did not work.

Jacob Rees-Mogg said the plan had backfired on the Conservatives because many older people were the ones most often caught without the correct ID.

Police searching for three young children missing after day out at Thorpe Park | UK News

Three young children are missing after a day out at Thorpe Park, police have said.

Officers are looking for for Khandi, 14, Amelia, nine, and Malik, seven, who were reported missing just after 7pm on Monday.

All three were last seen walking towards Staines town centre around 3.17pm and police said it is believed they may have travelled to London.

Khandi is described as a black female of slim build and 160cm tall.

She was wearing grey jogging bottoms, a white top, white trainers, black framed glasses and several bracelets on each wrist.

Amelia, described as European and female, is 110cm tall, slim, with grey jogging bottoms, grey long-sleeved top with the word Believe written on it and white trainers.

Malik is said to be a European male and the same height as Amelia.

He’s described as slim and was wearing black jogging bottoms, black trainers and a green long-sleeved top with stripes.

Amelia and Malik are related, police have said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Surrey Police.

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Sir Ian McKellen falls off stage at Noel Coward Theatre in London during Player Kings performance | UK News

Sir Ian McKellen has been taken to hospital after falling off stage at a central London theatre.

The Lord Of The Rings star, 85, was in a fight scene during Player Kings at the Noel Coward Theatre when he lost his footing and fell, a witness told Sky News.

Sir Ian, who is playing John Falstaff, reportedly cried out in pain as staff rushed to help as the house lights came up.

An NHS response unit outside the theatre. Pic: Sky News
An NHS response unit outside the theatre. Pic: Sky News

He was circling a battle scene involving the Prince of Wales and Henry Percy when he fell.

The seriousness of his injuries is unclear.

A member of the audience said they were “in shock” and hoped Sir Ian was okay because it “must have been quite a fall from high up”.

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They added: “I was at the back of the theatre in the stalls. There was a fight scene and Sir Ian stepped down the step that was on stage, lost his footing and fell off the stage and into the audience.

“He still had his microphone on and could be heard shouting for help as some stage hands came out and then started instructing everyone to leave as they brought a stretcher on.”

The witness added: “We were evacuated to the street and after 10-15 minutes were told that the show could not resume and we would be refunded, and that an ambulance was on the way for Sir Ian.”

The audience after being evacuated onto St Martin's Lane
The audience after being evacuated onto St Martin’s Lane

Members of the audience were evacuated and told the remainder of the performance had been cancelled.

In an update shortly before midnight, the Noel Coward Theatre said Sir Ian is expected to make a full recovery.

“Following a scan, the brilliant NHS team have assured us that he will make a speedy and full recovery and Ian is in good spirits,” they said.

“The production has made the decision to cancel the performance on Tuesday 18 June so Ian can rest.

“Those affected will be contacted by their point of purchase as soon as possible tomorrow.”

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Player Kings is a production of Shakespeare’s Henry IV, parts one and two.

It is due to move to the Bristol Hippodrome in July and will also be performed in Birmingham, Norwich and Newcastle.

Farage sidestepping question about Tory switch shows he’s a key figure to watch after election day | Politics News

There’s no faulting the scale of Reform UK’s ambition – but just how much does this really matter? 

Their proposed policies come with a spending tag of an eyewatering £141bn a year – some thirty times the size of Labour’s plans, 10 times the amount of additional spending proposed by the Tories and more than three times the ambition of Liz Truss.

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Energy companies would be partly nationalised in Reform’s Britain, while they would somehow find 30,000 new permanent members of the armed forces and raise the starting rate of income tax to £20,000.

But there is a serious question over whether the 24-page contract is worth the paper it’s written on.

This is no particular disrespect to Reform UK: This is the same issue facing the Greens, Lib Dems and even the Tories.

With little chance of Downing Street beckoning for their respective leaders, why spend so long on policy that will never be used?

Indeed Nigel Farage, the party’s leader, is admirably candid – there is no expectation of a win next month, and therefore he claims these ideas are a blueprint for the 2029 election.

Farage is setting his sights on five years of Reform UK showing its mettle opposing both the expected Labour government and what Farage hopes is a hollowed-out Conservative Party.

That is the claim – at the moment.

But there are even more searching questions awaiting Farage – for now the tormentor in chief of the Tories – after 4 July.

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There is a tussle within the Conservatives about whether Farage should be admitted to the party in the event of a rout on the other side of the election.

Without him even asking to join the fold, possible successors to Rishi Sunak are dividing over whether to green-light the entry of Farage.

Suella Braverman and Robert Jenrick are in favour, while Priti Patel, Kemi Badenoch and James Cleverly are against.

Boris Johnson, who could play the role of kingmaker in the party’s next leadership election, had been gearing up to suggest Farage should be readmitted, presuming that the former UKIP leader largely sat out the election.

However, the vehemence with which Farage is going after the Tories in this election appears to be pushing the former Tory leader into opposing his readmission.

Notice how one of the critical weathervanes on the issue has seemingly changed position in recent weeks.

All of this leaves aside Farage’s own wishes on the issue.

He has weaponised the Tory implosion and his primary argument at this election is that the Conservative Party is spent and needs replacing.

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Farage is keeping his options open

However, this is harder than it sounds, even for Farage.

The first past the post voting system makes it all but impossible for Reform to make huge strides in a couple of elections, however decayed the main parties might look.

The current projections put Reform UK on little more than half a dozen seats at best, and there are some doubts that Farage will easily win the Essex seat of Clacton.

So if Farage is serious about spearheading a movement, is Reform really the right vehicle for it or is a broken Conservative Party a better host for his ambition, given there is a chance the membership could well elect him leader if he ever got into the last two candidates in a contest to run the party?

That is why today I pushed him repeatedly on whether he would rule out switching to the Tories post-election if he won his seat.

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Will Farage join the Tories?

He could not have been more elliptical: He said he did not know what he would be having to eat in five years time, called the question “moronic” and said he had no intention of joining the Tories but refused time and time again to give a more categorical answer.

There must be a reason why he sidestepped the question so many times.

The most obvious of these is that he genuinely has not ruled out the possibility, depending on the success or otherwise of Reform UK and the makeup of the Conservative Parliamentary party after 5 July.

Farage has been consequential in our politics for well over a decade, in part because he had clear goals.

But today he kept his options open, and for once it is less clear where he is going.

He will be one of the biggest figures to watch the day after the election.

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The other candidates standing in Clacton against Nigel Farage for Reform UK are:

• Matthew Bensilum, Liberal Democrats

• Craig Jamieson, Climate Party

• Tony Mack, Independent

• Natasha Osben, Green Party

• Jovan Owusu-Nepaul, Labour Party

• Tasos Papanastasiou, Heritage Party

• Andrew Pemberton, UKIP

• Giles Watling, Conservative Party

UK weather: Europe swelters in heatwaves while UK remains cool – what’s going on with the weather? | UK News

The longest day of the year is almost here, but there has been barely a hint of summer in the UK – while parts of Europe swelter in record-breaking heat. 

Greece recorded its earliest ever heatwave last week, as temperatures soared about 38C for more than three days running.

It’s a huge contrast to the weather in the UK, which has been “disappointingly cool” so far this month, Sky News meteorologist Steff Gaulter says.

So what’s going on – and is our weather finally going to get better?

A tale of two summers

The UK has felt far from summery for much of June.

“It seems like we’re one to three degrees below normal for this time of year,” David Schultz, a professor of Synoptic Meteorology at The University of Manchester, told Sky News.

That’s because we’ve had either an area of low pressure over us, or winds being dragged down from the Arctic, Gaulter explains.

The cooler weather has also been affecting some other parts of northwest Europe as well.

But, while this has been going on, southeastern Europe has been covered by hot winds blazing in from North Africa.

“The air over North Africa has been even hotter than usual this year, so this has raised the temperature even further,” she says.

Is the weather in the UK set to improve?

For most parts of the UK, the weather should settle down for a time this week, Gaulter says.

But don’t get your hopes up for a heatwave – that’s likely to be a short-term reprieve before things turn unsettled again at the end of the week and for the weekend.

On Thursday – the longest day of the year – the Met Office is forecasting a dry day for most, reaching up to 21C and “feeling warm where you catch the sunshine”.

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Temperatures peaked at almost 45C (113F) on Thursday during Greece’s earliest recorded heatwave.

The definition in Greece for a heatwave is over 38C for three days or more, Gaulter explains – something that usually happens in July or August.

“This is the first time that a heatwave has hit Greece before 15 June and the records in Athens date back to 1890,” she says.

Authorities closed the Acropolis and all other archaeological sites in the Greek capital on Wednesday and Thursday due to the heat.

Red Cross staff have been handing out water to visitors. Pic: Reuters
Red Cross staff have been handing out water to visitors to the Acropolis. Pic: Reuters

Officials were on high alert for wildfires, which have plagued Greece in particular in the summer months in recent decades. Temperatures are expected to rise again from this week, although not to heatwave levels.

Several tourists have died or gone missing on Greek islands, with many setting out on hikes in high temperatures.

The body of a missing American man was found on Sunday, the day after the body of a Dutch man was discovered six days after he’d last been seen walking in blistering heat.

And officials are continuing to search for three missing tourists in The Cyclades group of islands.


The island has reportedly hit record temperatures for June with temperatures exceeding 40C last week.

Two elderly people died due to the heat and three more are in hospital, according to Cyprus health officials.

Wildfires broke out near the capital Nicosia, where more than 1.2 square miles of forest was scorched, threatening a village.

In the island’s western Paphos district, 49 people from two communities were evacuated to hotels as a wildfire threatened their homes.

A woman shelters from the sun with an umbrella during a heatwave in Nicosia, Cyprus June 14, 2024. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
A woman shelters from the during a heatwave in Nicosia, Cyprus. Pic: Reuters


Temperatures in Turkey exceeded 40C last week, with 66 million people in the country exposed to extreme heat over a three-day period, according to Climate Central.

Authorities in Istanbul issued an extreme heat warning and wildfires broke out in at least seven locations, local media reported.

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Holiday booked in a hotspot? What to do

There are currently no Foreign Office travel warnings related to hot weather in Europe.

However, the Foreign Office advises people travelling to countries where wildfires are common in summer to be cautious and follow advice from local authorities.

If you change your holiday plans due to the weather, it’s unlikely to be covered by your travel insurance unless a travel warning is issued, so normal cancellation fees would apply.

Holidaymakers should follow heat precautions including avoiding the sun in the middle of the day, staying hydrated and applying sun cream.

What about the rest of the summer?

Europe is set to experience hotter than average temperatures in the second half of the summer, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service’s (C3S) forecast covering July to September.

The south of the continent is forecast to be drier than average, while the far north is set to be wetter than normal.

In terms of what the UK is in for, Gaulter says there “are no clear signals either way” at this point.

“We will have to wait and see.”

Best cheap restaurants in Norfolk picked by Galton Blackiston | UK News

As part of the Cheap Eats series in our Money blog, we ask Michelin chefs to pick their favourite place for a cheap meal where they live and when they cook at home. This week we speak to Galton Blackiston of the Michelin-starred Morston Hall in Norfolk…

Hi Galton, can you tell us your favourite places in Norfolk where you can get a meal for two for less than £40?

Allium in Downham Market, a family run restaurant which involves mum, dad, Joe in kitchen and James front of house. Open Wednesday through to Sunday, it has a great vibe on a Saturday evening and great food.

Bure River Restaurant, a tiny restaurant on the broads in Horning cooking lovely fish dishes.

Final cheap place is the Parlour in Binham, where they have a great restaurant and you put money into an honesty box for their local cheese from the village and raw milk from their farm – a great place to visit in Norfolk.

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What’s your go-to cheap meal at home?

Toad in the hole with a baked potato and hispi cabbage and onion gravy.

A good tip I would say is to colour off the sausages in dripping then pour over the batter, which should be eight eggs, 250g plain flour, one pint of full fat milk, salt pepper and nutmeg. Whisk together and allow to sit for an hour til you use.

And this is how you do the hispi cabbage with cling film over the pan…

Euro 2024: A new-look England and another moment for Bellingham to shine | World News

No Euros game on record has had as few shots as England’s clash with Serbia.

But one of those 11 shots was enough for Jude Bellingham to seize on – heading in Bukayo Saka’s cross after 13 minutes. And it was just enough for England.

Whatever the second-half anxiety, a 1-0 win put England in control of their group thanks to Slovenia and Denmark drawing 1-1 in their opener.

A win and two-point cushion seems more important for Bellingham than any grumbling about the display.

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“The first half shows why we can score goals against any team, and the second half shows why we can keep a clean sheet against any team,” Bellingham said.

“I think obviously commonly with the team, there’s a negative theme around all our games – sometimes rightly so.

“But I think in this case, you take the positives from the fact that, OK, maybe we had to hold on at times and suffer a little bit, but we kept a clean sheet.

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“And when you keep a clean sheet, all you have to do is go one goal to win the game.”

Jude Bellingham and Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrate after the Real Madrid star's goal for England. Pic: AP
Jude Bellingham and Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrate after the Real Madrid star’s goal for England. Pic: AP

It was anxious as Serbia regained the initiative in the second half and left England scrambling to protect the slender lead.

But Gareth Southgate has now won all four opening tournament matches as England manager while still waiting to end a tournament with a win – and a trophy.

This is a new-look England – with only half of the squad retained from the last tournament and the run to the World Cup quarterfinals in 2022.

Bellingham said: “This team is still so new, gelling together with every game.

“So, I think inside the changing room we will be happy with that of course.

“There will be negatives that we want to kind of rub out. But overall, I’m pleased with that performance.”

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Fans celebrate first England goal of the Euros

For Bellingham individually, this was another moment to shine being named player of the match after making an immediate impact on another major football stage.

More renditions of “Hey Jude” from the Three Lions fans in Gelsenkirchen, affection he tries to reciprocate by putting everything into energetic displays.

And the big reveal from Bellingham?

“I listen to the Beatles a lot,” he said. “My style of music is a bit old. So that’s right up my street.”

A wise head on a young body, it is easy to forget he is still only 20 – and already a Champions League and La Liga winner with Real Madrid.

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What will it take to give the England men their first trophy since the 1966 World Cup?

“I realise that in every game I feel like I can make an impact,” he said after collecting the player of the match award.

“I feel like I can decide games… and the truth is that I really enjoy playing football. So when I go out there, I play with a fearlessness because I love doing it so much. It’s a release for me.

“And it’s my favourite thing to do in the world. So when I play out, it’s not much of a job. It feels like a pleasure.”