A home on the Canary Islands has managed to escape the fiery throes of lava from an erupting volcano and is now being dubbed as a “miracle house.”How it survived the lava is not clear »
Netflix has dropped the first full trailer for Britney vs Spears, its explosive documentary about the music legend and her conservatorship.
‘I am here because I am responsible to the people of Kabul’
Amidst the trade row over Northern Ireland is a battle which could threaten the future of the UK. In his piece, Gordon Rayner explores how clashes over the Northern Ireland Protocol mask a not-so-hidden agenda to reunite Ireland. Unionists believe this is the true reason for the Republic of Ireland’s recent belligerence.
Ford Motor Company is nearing a decision to build a new generation of electric transmission systems at its Halewood plant on Merseyside, a move that would herald positive news for the British automotive industry. Sky News has learnt that the Michigan-based car giant is expected to deliver its verdict within weeks about whether to commit substantial investment to the UK site as it shifts to all-electric vehicle production by 2030. Industry sources said on Thursday that Ford was in talks with officials at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) about the proposals to build a new eTrans system at Halewood.
The live shows will begin on Saturday amid reports three of the professionals are not jabbed.
Business leaders fear environmental protesters could next target major routes in and out of London after a judge granted an interim injuction to ban them only from the M25. Government lawyers are today looking at the options for wider-ranging powers that could see protesters locked up if they set foot on any strategic trunk road, not just the M25. One senior London business figure said: “There are ways of protesting and they should not involve jumping in front of traffic at 70mph on the motorway.”
The father of three young girls who were killed last week in New Zealand says his precious angels had been ripped away from him in a loss he would carry with him for the rest of his life
The Bank of England has again ramped up its warnings about rising prices and admitted the economy is not growing as fast as it had expected. The Bank said its staff now expected growth during the current third quarter to come in 1% weaker than estimated just last month amid the deteriorating price boom. The challenges include extra costs associated with a shortage of workers, global supply chain delays and surging energy prices including the record rise in wholesale gas costs.
Brussels says the move will reduce electronic waste. Apple argues it will inconvenience users. What do you think? View on euronews
The presenter says he's now busier than ever, despite wanting to take his "foot off the pedal a bit".
The group said it is facing increasing cost pressures across its Royal Mail and European and US parcel business GLS.
‘One hundred per cent – there is no doubt in my mind it’s her,’ landlord says
Dubbing Britain’s part in the Australia submarine deal "Johnson’s first victory for Global Britain”, conservative daily Le Figaro was the exception in the French press on Thursday as it pored over the ramifications of the phone call between Emmanuel Macron and Joe Biden.
Fury fights Wilder for a third time next month
Emina Ilora Alice Winterbottom, 15, went missing on 31 August from her home in Palma, Majorca, according to reports.
Zero carbon fuel, hybrid engines and ‘intelligent propulsion’, Sean Collins, co-founder and CEO of Uber Boat by Thames Clippers says the capital’s river buses must go green
The European court of human rights has found the Russian state responsible for Litvinenko’s death by poisoning.