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Bosses tell Boris Johnson: Act now to avoid tougher Covid restrictions
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Indian PM Modi to attend Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow
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How does Formula 1 move cars between races?
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Sorry, Emmanuel! Macron's EU army dream in tatters as Germany slaps down plan: 'Wrong way'
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Emily Sheffield departs as editor of Evening Standard
David Cameron’s sister-in-law leaves London newspaper hot seat just 15 months after replacing George OsborneEmily Sheffield has left her role as editor of the Evening Standard after just 15 months in the job as the management at the London newspaper try to map out a financial future for the lossmaking outlet.Staff were told on Thursday morning that Sheffield, who had been absent for the last week, would be departing with immediate effect by “mutual consent”. Multiple sources at the news outlet said her time on the newspaper had been an unhappy one, with deep job cuts and financial pressures caused by the Covid pandemic exacerbated with a struggling digital strategy. Continue reading...
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Bumper September for UK home sales, as pandemic housing boom continues
Last month marked the busiest September for home sales since records of this data began in 2005, as the pandemic property boom continues to be hot.
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Iceland to give away food on last day of shelf life to online customers free
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The booster effect? Cases are already dipping in over-60s as experts say third jabs are behind drop
EXCLUSIVE: Figures suggest the boosters are already starting to squash infections in England, with the rate of week-on week growth among older groups falling at a faster rate than younger groups.
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Creative family make incredible Lego room for only £100 using paper plates
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Lorry falls into water at Bristol harbour
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Nadia Chaudhri: Neuroscientist who died of ovarian cancer raised $630,000 for underprivileged students in last days
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Queen begged to 'slow down' and adopt 'semi-retirement' regime as health fears soar
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Paralysed puppy is finally able to go for a walk after charity donate wheelchair
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Travel Chapter plans London float amid UK staycation boom
A UK holiday homes lettings business has unveiled plans to float on London’s AIM market, in a move that could value it at around £350 million as investors tap into the staycation boom.
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Covid: What is Plan C?
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Alan Shearer says he would haved scored 40 goals in current Man City side
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Greta Thunberg accuses world leaders of being in denial over climate crisis
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EU summit to load pressure on Poland over rule of law
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Mansion backing onto Essex golf course boasting its own indoor simulator and cinema up for £2.75m
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Colin Powell: a career marked by Faustian bargains in service of war | Cynthia A Young
Unlike many Black military men before him, Powell behaved just as the white leaders had: waging war when and where he was told to do soI cannot think of Colin Powell without thinking of my own father, who, like Powell, served in the US military. My dad was only a generation older than Powell, but that gap was the difference between serving in a segregated or integrated military. A second world war veteran, my midwestern father was stationed at a southern military base in a segregated marine corps.In those days, a Black man could be demoted for failing to show “proper deference” to white officers, a fate that befell my father, who I never saw defer to anyone. My father never spoke of his time in the military, seemingly indifferent to it, not ashamed exactly, but not proud either. I suspect that he, like many Jim Crow era Black men, enlisted because of the GI Bill, which paid for college and then law school, degrees that would have otherwise been out of reach for my father. Continue reading...
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Pub-goer reports BBC presenter to police after spotting him drink driving
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There are no real climate leaders yet – who will step up at Cop26? | Greta Thunberg
Like other rich nations, the UK is more talk than action on the climate crisis. Something needs to change in GlasgowThe UN secretary general, António Guterres, called the recent IPCC report on the climate crisis a “code red” for humanity. “We are at the verge of the abyss,” he said.You might think those words would sound some kind of alarm in our society. But, like so many times before, this didn’t happen. The denial of the climate and ecological crisis runs so deep that hardly anyone takes real notice any more. Since no one treats the crisis like a crisis, the existential warnings keep on drowning in a steady tide of greenwash and everyday media news flow. Continue reading...
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Rational debate needed on gender identity, gay rights charity says
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EU to invest €2m into project developing lab-grown beef for commercial markets
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Arteta says ‘anything is possible’ as he discusses Lacazette’s Arsenal future
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Bonfire Night celebrations and firework displays in Manchester CANCELLED amid Covid-19 safety fears
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Evergrande shares crash 14 per cent after block on trading is lifted
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Wes Brown makes Manchester United v Liverpool prediction and hails ‘very special’ Mason Greenwood
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Khloe Kardashian shows off new look as she dishes the dirt on Kim's SNL gig
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Welsh NHS boss warns of ‘hard period ahead’ as winter looms
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Apple iPhone 13 - all the latest deals in October 2021
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Kendrick Lamar fuels rumours he’s releasing a new album tomorrow as fans piece together clues
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Rylan Clark gets banned from Tinder as he was thought to be a 'catfish'
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Provident Financial considers dishing out a bumper dividend
The company, which axed its dividend at the height of the pandemic, said it was considering doling out 30 per cent of its profit as dividends if economic conditions continue to improve.
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