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Children aged 12 to 15 can go against parent wishes to get the jab if they're deemed "competent" to make that decision.
Two American climbers die scaling cliffs in MallorcaBodies of men, aged 25 and 35, found close to caves near port of Portocolom The bay of Portocolom in Mallorca. The Guardia Civil confirmed the two men had been deep water soloing in nearby caves. Photograph: John-Patrick Morarescu/Zuma Wire/Rex/Shutterstock
Three household names in the UK have been fined a combined £495,000 for sending hundreds of millions of nuisance messages to consumers. The fines follow complaints from members of the public who received marketing emails and texts that the companies sent illegally without their permission. Saga was fined a combined total of £225,000 for instigating 157m emails between its services and personal finance arms that were sent using partner companies and affiliates.
The company has agreed to end the doubling of ground rents every 10 to 15 years following an investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority.
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Sir Timothy Colman, who has died aged 91, was a scion of the Norfolk mustard dynasty and a long-serving lord lieutenant of the county, as well as holding world speed records in sailing. Married to a first cousin of the Queen, he was also a familiar figure in royal circles.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer claimed the Prime Minister did not answer his question during PMQs about cuts to Universal Credit.
Councillor Leema Qureshi, who was unable to vote due to self isolating, said she would have opposed the plans
The then 19-year-old was handed a suspended four-month jail term but said she was pressured to retract her allegations.
Extra emergency laybys and more warning signs will be introduced – but opponents say only reinstating hard shoulders can prevent increasing deaths
It is for event organised by National Farmers’ Union for England and Wales
The United Nations on Wednesday ordered the withdrawal of Gabon's 450-strong peacekeeping contingent from the Central African Republic over sexual abuse allegations, a scourge that has long tarnished UN interventions.
A survey of 1,289 mothers of children ages 2 to 9 who either suffered from colic or cow's milk allergy (CMA) found nearly half of moms (49%) worried most about not finding a solution or relief for their baby, while 33% felt their baby's growth and development would be affected. The survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of StoreBrand Formula found that nearly half of moms found their baby's prolonged crying to be the most frustrating aspect of parenting their finicky baby. Also, lack of sleep was
The European Union's chief executive on Wednesday vowed no let-up in battles with Poland and Hungary over democratic standards, threatening to take more legal action and block off funds. The EU has been at loggerheads with the eurosceptic, nationalist rulers in Budapest and Warsaw for years over their restrictive stance on migration, discrimination against women and gays, as well as the imposition of more state control on media, courts, NGOs and academics. Her executive last week asked the highest EU court to fine Warsaw over parts of a judicial overhaul carried out by the ruling party but ruled illegal by the Luxembourg-based Court of Justice (ECJ).
Lithuania on Wednesday allowed in five Afghan asylum-seekers, in a reversal after days of refusing them entry, but insisted a European court order protecting the five on human rights grounds must not be used to establish "a channel" for illegal migration. Lithuania had sent the five back to Belarus last week in defiance of the European Court of Human Rights, which had prohibited their expulsion and argued they were vulnerable after the Taliban takeover in Kabul and were seeking international protection. The migrants were detained in Lithuania on Tuesday after they entered once again.
Russian and separatist flags flutter in the air as lively music blares and soldiers from the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic sit listening to speeches. Russia will hold parliamentary elections on Sept. 17-19 and for the first time, United Russia, the ruling party that supports President Vladimir Putin, is campaigning in eastern Ukraine on territory controlled by Moscow-backed separatists. Up for grabs are the votes of more than 600,000 people who were given Russian passports after a Kremlin policy change in 2019 that Ukraine decried as a step towards annexation.
Insulate Britain activists block junctions to call for climate action
City lost to Spurs after a controversial decision saw Rehanne Skinner’s side pick up a 2-1 win
It seems like Drake is on a record-breaking mission with his latest album 'Certified Lover Boy', as just days after shattering multiple streaming records, he's now become the first artist to take over the entire Top 10 on Rolling Stone's Top 100 songs, which tracks the most popular tunes of the week across the United States with the songs ranked on the basis of a combination of audio streams and sales