Climate change protesters disrupting the M25 for the third time in a week claim many of their demonstrators had just been released by police.Read More »
Chelsea defender Reece James has appealed to fans to help identify the "low life individuals" who stole a number of his winners' medals from his home on Tuesday. In an Instagram post, the England footballer confirmed his Champions League and Super Cup winners' medals and Euro 2020 runners-up medal had been stolen during the robbery.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has received a request to send up to 100 armed forces medics to Northern Ireland to support two hospitals in need of help to deal with the number of coronavirus patients, Sky News has learnt. The requirement is understood to be for 80 to 100 military medics to support Belfast City Hospital and Ulster Hospital in Dundonald for the whole of October. "We have received a request for MACA [Military Aid to the Civilian Authorities]," a defence source said.
A man was shot in the leg while having dinner in New York during an armed robbery, according to police. The victim was eating outside at the Philippe Chow Chinese restaurant on East 60th Street when the incident happened. A waitress told the New York Post: "The guy said he wasn't going to give him his watch."
Waves, storms and floods can reshape atoll islands to survive sea-level rise – but their coral reefs need protection.
Chicago mayor seeks to seize assets of gang members ‘wreaking havoc’. Lori Lightfoot’s new ordinance proposal aims to hold members accountable by suing and seizing their assets to destabilize them
Britain faces a severe backlog in mental health support and public health provision on account of the pandemic, Sajid Javid has warned.
Hundreds of demonstrators took to Parliament Square on Thursday to call for an end to the ongoing building safety crisis just days after it was revealed there are now more than 1,000 affected buildings in London. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan was one of several politicians to address the crowd from a makeshift stage where he urged building owners to provide more transparency about building safety to current and prospective residents. Thousands of Londoners remain trapped in unsafe buildings, many of whom struggle to access safety information about their homes such as Fire Risk Assessments or external wall “EWS1” forms.
After a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, organizers of the annual Davos conference will host the high-profile gathering of elites in the Swiss Alps in-person again in January
Let’s hope it goes better than that time he tried the same thing with CNN!
Police in Orlando, Florida, worked to evacuate dogs and cats who were trapped inside a burning animal shelter on the night of September 15-16.The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando said, “We are very sad to report that we lost 23 cats to the fire, but firefighters and staff were able to save ALL of the dogs.”Orange County Sheriff’s Office shared this footage showing the rescue at the location on Conroy Road, saying officers were “so glad” they could save some of the animals. Credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful
Opposition from some leading moderate Democrats over a $3.5 trillion budget proposal championed by the party's most-liberal, progressive wing has left the party grappling with deeper ideological questions
It is the first study into how to treat video game addiction with hospital detoxification as if it was a chemical addiction
Ian Baillie, Mike Hewlett, Gary Sprakes and Chris Nicholls have set up in Portsmouth in aid of Forgotten Veterans UK.
A referendum on election day on September 26 is neck-and-neck but polls have 'Ja' taking the advantage.View on euronews
‘This has never been so much fun!’: Royal Academy Summer Exhibition reviewRoyal Academy, LondonWhat – where is all the mediocre art? Yinka Shonibare has turned this annual event into a thrilling, thoughtful showcase boasting giant fruit and Colston in chains A hilarious, imaginative rebirth … the Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition 2021. Photograph: David Parry/© Royal Academy of Arts
Research has shown there is a link between heading and dementia, so a charity match is being played to show how a ban could work.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration doesn’t make many headlines
Russian actress Yulia Peresild, director Klim Shipenko, and their backup crew train in zero gravity ahead of their space launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on the 5 October, in a race against a parallel US project.