Royal Navy crew return home after six months defending Red Sea shipping from Houthi missiles – destroying the fastest-moving target ever hit by British forces and downing seven drones in one day

A Royal Navy crew have returned home after six months defending the Red Sea from Houthi rebels and their missiles.  HMS Diamond docked at Portsmouth on Saturday after helping to protect shipping lanes in the Gulf of Aden and shooting down the most enemy missiles in one day on record. During …

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‘Room for improvement’, says commission

Polling day ‘ran smoothly’ but there is ‘room to improve the experience for some’, according to the independent body which oversees elections. At the close of the polls last night, Vijay Rangarajan, chief executive of the Electoral Commission, said: ‘Overall, our initial assessment is that polling day ran smoothly and …

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Prince Harry needs to turn down Pat Tillman Award: expert

The prince should turn it down.  Prince Harry “needs to do the honorable thing” and “just say no” to his controversial Pat Tillman Award, royal expert Richard Eden said.  Eden, who is the diary editor for the Daily Mail, made the comments while speaking on the Daily Mail’s Palace Confidential …

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How Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have shown ‘unquestionable solidarity’ with Prince William amid Prince Harry’s exile and the Royal Family’s turbulent year

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have shown signs of ‘solidarity’ with King Charles and Prince William since Prince Harry’s move to the US, a royal expert has claimed. The York sisters appear to have become a beacon of strength amid testing times for the Firm, including Charles and the Princess of …

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