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Analysis: A price cap on Russian oil and potential famine in Africa are among issues pressing for attention
Global Investment and Infrastructure Partnership, aimed at rivalling China, comes a year after Build Back Better World plan
People working from home are facing "clear disruption" to internet services as thousands of BT workers vote this week to go on strike. As many as 45,000 engineers and call centre staff will decide whether to begin industrial action in as little as two weeks’ time. This makes up the vast majority of the company’s 58,000-strong frontline workforce. Insiders said there would be “clear disruption” to services, with some engineers unable to install phone lines or repair faulty services. Customers may
HMS Prince of Wales returns to UK after Nato exercises
Letters: John Lynch and Declan O’Neill respond to an article on how tactical voting, as seen in the recent byelections, could reshape British politics. Plus a letter from David Smith
Boris Johnson spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme about measures to help people's finances
It comes amid a reduced timetable and strike action by rail workers.
From superb golf courses to culinary main courses, this part of Scotlandharbours a wealth of holiday treats, with fabulous restaurants,beautiful beaches and exciting outdoor pursuits for all the family to enjoy.
MP says Keir Starmer’s team should not distance themselves from unions but back industrial action to defend living standards
More than a month ago, a stunning leak of a draft opinion by Justice Samuel Alito indicated that the Supreme Court was prepared to take the momentous step of overruling the Roe v. Wade decision from 1973 and stripping away women’s constitutional protections for abortion
A phone box that has been turned into a community library in Highworth has to be emptied.
Prince Charles accepted a suitcase full of cash as a charitable donation from the former prime minister of Qatar, it has been claimed. The Sunday Times says it was one of three bundles of cash given as charitable donations which the Prince of Wales received from Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber Al Thani. It claims that on one occasion, Sheikh Hamad, 62, presented the prince with €1m reportedly stuffed into carrier bags from Fortnum & Mason, the luxury food store that has a royal charter to provide the Royal Family with groceries.
David Lammy has suggested the result of last week’s by-election in Wakefield suggests Labour are on course to win the next General Election with a “comfortable majority”. The shadow foreign secretary made his comments after Thursday’s “excellent” win and suggested more people will be persuaded to vote against the Conservatives in future. “On that result in Wakefield - and indeed in Tiverton - we would be forming the next government with a comfortable majority, that is what that result tells us,” Mr Lammy said on Sky News.
The Glasgow Times received shocking images of the tower block in Dalmarnock's Ashgrove Road.
A look at the latest updates from Russia's war with Ukraine as the mayor of Severodonetsk says Russian forces are now in control of the battered city.
It was a sun-drenched love affair between Diana Ross and revellers at Glastonbury on Sunday when the U.S. singer played in the "legends" slot on the final day of the festival. Ross, who is 78, was due to play Glastonbury in 2020 before the pandemic caused the festival to be cancelled for two years. Ross followed in the footsteps of Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie and Kylie Minogue in the Sunday afternoon slot, one of the biggest draws at Worthy Farm.
Democrats energised heading into crucial midterm battle
A levy on food and fossil fuel giants could save lives now and help create a sustainable food system, says Gabriela Bucher
The shadow foreign secretary said the party is fully behind negotiation to resolve any industrial dispute.
The nine justices of the Supreme Court made clear in their landmark ruling Friday whether they stand on abortion