NTD UK News Full Broadcast (April 11)

Jane Werrell
By Jane Werrell
April 11, 2024NTD UK News

Health Secretary Victoria Atkins has come under pressure as she tries to defend the increase in NHS waiting times since PM Rishi Sunak came into office.

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a woman. The woman was stabbed to death as she pushed her baby in a pram in Bradford city centre.

Scotland’s Justice Secretary Angela Constance has said the 240 hate crimes recorded by Scotland police in the first week after a controversial new law was enforced has shown why the act was “required.”

Teesside Crown Court has heard that a Moroccan asylum seeker allegedly stabbed a pensioner to death out of revenge for the death of Palestinian children in the war in Gaza. 44-year-old Alid Ahmed denies murdering 70-year-old Terence Carney in Hartlepool town centre. He also denies the attempted murder of his 31-year-old housemate Javed Nouri, who is a Christian convert, as well the assault of two female police officers.

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled in a climate case in favour of 8 elderly women who argued that inaction by the Swiss government meant climate change was impacting their human right to respect for private and family life. The impact of this landmark case is expected to be felt across Europe and in the UK .

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