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  1. Sir Mark Rowley’s job appears to be secure despite calls for him to resign over the policing of pro-Palestine protests.
  2. Camilla became Colonel-in-Chief of The Royal Lancers (Queen Elizabeths’ Own) last June.
  3. The Prime Minister has vowed to keep the Commons sitting late into the night if necessary to pass his flagship Rwanda Bill.
  4. People with the condition can suffer from sexual dysfunction, as well as bladder and bowel issues.
  5. British Airways was cheaper than Ryanair and Wizz Air on two out of three routes analysed, according to consumer group Which?.
  6. New guidance says it is ‘likely’ courts will apply the lower civil standard of proof for stalking protection orders, not the criminal standard.
  7. The top of the ladder sector which is less dependent on mortgages continues to drive pricing activity, the property website said.
  8. The Environment Secretary is expected to announce new legislation on Monday.
  9. The first documented summit of Mount Everest was not until 1953.
  10. EEG monitoring showed that fatigue levels were significantly greater during the times participants could view their own image.