Suella Braverman has released her resignation letter, which attacks Rishi Sunak in scathing terms.
Meanwhile, The Telegraph understands that Sir Keir Starmer is readying to fire those of his shadow ministers who support a ceasefire in Gaza.
Braverman accuses Sunak of ‘betraying the nation’ in scathing resignation letter
Suella Braverman has accused Rishi Sunak of betraying the nation.
The former home secretary, who was sacked on Monday morning, claimed in her resignation letter to the Prime Minister that he had “manifestly and repeatedly failed” to help her deliver her policies.
Starmer to sack Labour frontbench rebels who vote for Gaza ceasefire
Figures close to the Labour leader believe more than 10 of his own frontbenchers could end up supporting the amendment if it is selected for a vote on Wednesday.
Mass grave being dug at Gaza’s main hospital, says Hamas-run health ministry
A mass grave is being dug to bury patients at Gaza’s main hospital, a spokesman for the enclave’s Hamas-run health ministry has said.
Israeli forces have surrounded the Al Shifa hospital, which they say sits atop of an underground headquarters used by Hamas.
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Crime | Footage has emerged showing the moment a violent brawl broke out among a large group of knife-wielding teenagers on a public footpath in Enfield.
Battle Lines Podcast | Israel ‘cuts Gaza in two’, disagreements with the UN & Gazan hospitals on the brink
In this episode of Battle Lines, Senior Foreign Correspondent Sophia Yan brings us up to date on the major news of the week from the region, Telegraph Global Health Reporter Lilia Sebouai speaks about the devastating plight of Gaza’s hospitals and Middle East Correspondent Nataliya Vasilyeva explains the bad blood between Israel and the UN.
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Comment and analysis
World news: Russian casualties in Ukraine ‘top 300,000’
More than 300,000 Russian soldiers have now been killed or wounded in the war in Ukraine, the UK believes.
British military intelligence estimates countless more fighting for mercenary companies have also died and tens of thousands of Russian soldiers have deserted.
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The King’s Birthday: 75 years in pictures
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Business news: The Body Shop sold by Brazilian owner after losing £660m in value
The Body Shop has been sold in a cut-price deal that values it around £660m less than it changed hands for just six years ago.
The cosmetics retailer, which has around 250 stores in the UK and 3,000 globally, has been bought by private equity firm Aurelius for an enterprise value of £207m.
Live business news: Pound surges as US inflation falls further than expected
Diva of divorce | Should British women be more ‘French’ and put up with cheating husbands?
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