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The two ministers' letter to Brandon Lewis criticises "lack of planning and sharing of useful information" in the Dubs scheme to resettle the children
The two ministers' letter to Brandon Lewis criticises "lack of planning and sharing of useful information" in the Dubs scheme to resettle the children
The two ministers' letter to Brandon Lewis criticises "lack of planning and sharing of useful information" in the Dubs scheme to resettle the children
Concerns raised over treatment of child refugees
The Scottish and Welsh governments have written to the UK Immigration Minister raising concerns about the treatment of unaccompanied child refugees.
Charlie Gard has been the subject of a High Court case over possible travel to the United States for treatment
Charlie Gard has been the subject of a High Court case over possible travel to the United States for treatment
Charlie Gard has been the subject of a High Court case over possible travel to the United States for treatment
Great Ormond Street Hospital staff face death threats over Charlie Gard case
Staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital have been bombarded with death threats over the case of terminally-ill Charlie Gard.

David Stevenson

 David Stevenson
David Stevenson
Life sentence for Carlisle man convicted of sex attacks on young girl
A child rapist who targeted a defenceless four-year-old girl with the help of a woman has been jailed for life.

Brunton Park

 Brunton Park
Brunton Park
Serious or not, these court matters are not a good look for Carlisle United
They were in good company on Monday, Carlisle United. Also scheduled to appear in the Bankruptcy and Companies Court, Court Room One, Floor One of the Rolls Building before Mr Registrar Baister were Clayton Street Chip Shop, the Dog and Duck Public House, Eight Til Late Limited and PJ's Vehicle Hire.
Charlie Gard has been the subject of a High Court case over possible travel to the United States for treatment
Charlie Gard has been the subject of a High Court case over possible travel to the United States for treatment
Charlie Gard has been the subject of a High Court case over possible travel to the United States for treatment
Great Ormond Street Hospital staff face death threats over Charlie Gard case
Staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital have been bombarded with death threats over the case of terminally-ill Charlie Gard.
Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi, founding members of Status Quo, with their OBEs Rick Parfitt (left) and Francis Rossi of Status Quo on stage at the Isle of Wight Festival
Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi, founding members of Status Quo, with their OBEs
Rick Parfitt and Francis Rossi, founding members of Status Quo, with their OBEs
Status Quo's Rick Parfitt left UK estate worth £230,000 after debts and costs
Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt died with an estate in the UK worth just a few hundred thousand pounds.
Carlisle Utd supporters club say operating loss is result of increasing Blues sponsorship
CUOSC also say creditors have "no intention" of calling in £43,117 of interest-free loans
A sign at the doors of Hunts Cross Railway Station in Liverpool telling people of industrial action
A sign at the doors of Hunts Cross Railway Station in Liverpool telling people of industrial action
A sign at the doors of Hunts Cross Railway Station in Liverpool telling people of industrial action
Merseyrail vows golf fans will get to The Open despite guards strike
Merseyrail is pledging to transport golf fans to The Open on Sunday despite a strike by guards in a row about driver-only trains.
Charlie Gard's health has been at the centre of a long court battle
Charlie Gard's health has been at the centre of a long court battle
Charlie Gard's health has been at the centre of a long court battle
Lawyers examining reports on health of baby Charlie ahead of Monday hearing
Lawyers are spending the weekend studying the latest expert reports on Charlie Gard as a High Court judge prepares to decide whether to let the terminally-ill baby travel to the United States for treatment.

Calum Wilkinson

 Calum Wilkinson
Calum Wilkinson
Dangerous driver jailed after head-on fatal crash
A hushed court heard a moving statement from a grieving daughter whose father died because of another motorist’s dangerous driving.

Daniel Shaw, left and Ricky Lee Murphy

 Daniel Shaw, left and Ricky Lee Murphy
Daniel Shaw, left and Ricky Lee Murphy
Burglars jailed after cruel raid on disabled Carlisle boy
Burglars who stole specialist equipment used by a disabled Carlisle boy have been jailed.
Pair charged with robbery after incident near Workington church
Two people have been charged after an alleged robbery near St Michael's Church in Workington.
Rethink planned over lack of CCTV in Cumbrian town
The decision not to provide CCTV for Keswick town centre is set to be reviewed by the town council.
Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage
Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage
Charlie Gard suffers from a rare genetic condition and has brain damage
Baby Charlie's parents in furious exit from court after barrister's scan claim
Charlie Gard's parents reacted furiously when a barrister representing Great Ormond Street Hospital broke the news that a report on a new scan on the terminally-ill baby made for "sad reading".
Ilie Nastase has been banned from acting in an official capacity at all ITF tennis events until December 2020
Ilie Nastase has been banned from acting in an official capacity at all ITF tennis events until December 2020
Ilie Nastase has been banned from acting in an official capacity at all ITF tennis events until December 2020
Ilie Nastase banned by ITF until 2020
Romania Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase has been handed a three-year ban from the competition following his behaviour during the match against Great Britain in Constanta in February.
Baroness Hale has been appointed the first female president of the Supreme Court
Baroness Hale has been appointed the first female president of the Supreme Court
Baroness Hale has been appointed the first female president of the Supreme Court
Baroness Hale becomes Supreme Court's first female president
Lady Hale has been appointed as the first female president of the UK's highest court.
Sir Martin Moore-Bick is expected to set out his recommendations on the scope of the Grenfell Tower blaze inquiry soon after the consultation period ends on August 4
Sir Martin Moore-Bick is expected to set out his recommendations on the scope of the Grenfell Tower blaze inquiry soon after the consultation period ends on August 4
Sir Martin Moore-Bick is expected to set out his recommendations on the scope of the Grenfell Tower blaze inquiry soon after the consultation period ends on August 4
Grenfell Tower inquiry chief hails 'useful and powerful' meeting with residents
The former judge leading the Grenfell Tower inquiry said a meeting with residents was "very useful and powerful", despite concerns from the floor about the make-up of his team.
Other people used accused man's computer, jury told in cartoon porn trial
A Carlisle man accused of possessing hundreds of illegal child porn images regularly let other people have access to his computer, a jury heard.

Donald Scott

 Donald Scott
Donald Scott
Estate agent who swindled almost £500k has assets worth just £67,000, court told
An estate agent who swindled clients out of nearly £500,000 has been stripped of his assets, worth just £67,000.

Carlisle Crown Court

 Carlisle Crown Court
Carlisle Crown Court
Cumbria not a soft touch for drugs criminals, say police
Police say Cumbria is not a soft touch as they revealed sentences of more than 300 years have been handed down to drugs criminals in the last year.

Chris Bulman

 Chris Bulman
Chris Bulman
Tribute paid to motorcyclist killed in crash on way home from memorial event
The best friend of a popular motorcyclist says he will be “missed beyond measure” as hundreds pay tribute to his life.

Keith Curle

Barbara Abbott

 Keith Curle
Barbara Abbott
Keith Curle
Keith Curle: New striker top priority with remaining transfer budget at Carlisle Utd
Keith Curle insists he still has money to spend before the new season at Carlisle United - but must be "selective" with how he uses it.

Waverley Court, Waverley Gardens, Carlisle

Tramside Way, Carlisle

Edenside, Cargo, Carlisle

 Waverley Court, Waverley Gardens, Carlisle
Waverley Court, Waverley Gardens, Carlisle
3 of the best modern homes
Striking, stylish, maintenance-free, houses that are newly built, like this trio, have lots to recommend them.
David Davis and Michel Barnier at the start of the Brexit talks in Brussels (European Commission/PA)
David Davis and Michel Barnier at the start of the Brexit talks in Brussels (European Commission/PA)
David Davis and Michel Barnier at the start of the Brexit talks in Brussels (European Commission/PA)
'A lot left to talk about' after 'robust but constructive' Brexit meeting ends
The second round of Brexit talks has ended with "fundamental" disagreements remaining between Britain and the European Union on citizens' rights and a stand-off over the so-called "divorce bill".
Universities Minister Jo Johnson is proposing contracts between universities and students
Universities Minister Jo Johnson is proposing contracts between universities and students
Universities Minister Jo Johnson is proposing contracts between universities and students
Students could sue universities over breach of contract under new plans
Universities could face lawsuits in the future from students who believe they have not been given the education they were promised.
Mark Lloyd climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and won a triathlon while claiming disability benefits
Mark Lloyd climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and won a triathlon while claiming disability benefits
Mark Lloyd climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and won a triathlon while claiming disability benefits
Man who climbed mountain while claiming disability benefits convicted of fraud
A man who claimed thousands of pounds in disability benefits despite climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, winning a triathlon and competing at the Phoenix Winter Games has been convicted of fraud, prosecutors said.
Gayle Newland was found guilty after a retrial of deceiving her female friend into sex by pretending to be a man
Gayle Newland was found guilty after a retrial of deceiving her female friend into sex by pretending to be a man
Gayle Newland was found guilty after a retrial of deceiving her female friend into sex by pretending to be a man
Woman faces 'significant' sentence after posing as man to trick friend into sex
A woman who tricked a friend into sex by pretending to be a man will be sentenced on Thursday.
Sports Direct reported a 58.7% tumble in underlying pre-tax profits to £113.7 million for the year to April 30
Sports Direct reported a 58.7% tumble in underlying pre-tax profits to £113.7 million for the year to April 30
Sports Direct reported a 58.7% tumble in underlying pre-tax profits to £113.7 million for the year to April 30
Sports Direct profits plunge 58% as pound suffers Brexit hit
Mike Ashley's Sports Direct has revealed annual profits more than halved after it was left exposed by the pound's plunge following the Brexit vote.
Ex-Southampton FC youth coach faces court charged with child sex offences
A former Southampton FC youth coach is to appear in court to face a series of charges of sexual offences following a police probe into child abuse in the football community.
Police thanked people in Cardiff for helping their investigations.
Police thanked people in Cardiff for helping their investigations.
Police thanked people in Cardiff for helping their investigations.
Man charged with terrorism offences after Cardiff raids
A man has been charged with terror offences after raids in Cardiff.