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World's largest triceratops skeleton sells for $7.7mn at Paris auction house
Londoners who pay their energy bills by monthly direct debit (MDD) could be in line for a £65 refund if new rules take effect to oblige energy firms to hand back surplus credit that has built up in customer accounts. Ofgem, the energy market regulator, says £1.4 billion is held in surplus balances by energy companies. Across the country, around 21 million households pay a fixed amount each month, meaning each could see an average of £65 go back into their bank accounts.
British police charged a 25-year-old man on Thursday with the murder of lawmaker David Amess and said the killing was an act of terrorism. Amess, 69, from Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party, was knifed repeatedly on Friday in the Belfairs Methodist Church in Leigh-on-Sea, northeast of London, where he had been meeting constituents. Paramedics tried to save him on the floor of the church, but in vain.The killing, just five years after another lawmaker was murdered, shocked Britain'
River of molten rock moves towards La Palma town
Somalia's president and prime minister say they have struck a deal to speed up the process for long-delayed elections, ending a simmering feud that threatened to plunge the Horn of Africa nation into fresh crisis.
The report was released by the U.N. on Oct. 20.
Angela Merkel faced down calls from Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders to punish Poland in her last summit as Chancellor.
The 25-year-old was remanded in custody.
The Home Secretary has asked police chiefs to urgently assess the scale of the problem of women being “spiked by injection” after a spate of reported incidents across the UK.
Five police officers will face misconduct proceedings, Britain's police watchdog said on Friday, following two investigations into social media messages linked to the case of a fellow officer who abducted, raped and murdered a woman. Wayne Couzens was jailed for life last month after using his position as a serving officer to abduct marketing executive Sarah Everard on a London street in March before raping and murdering her in a case that shocked Britain and stirred protests over violence against women. One of the Independent Office for Police Conduct's (IOPC) investigations involved allegations that a probationary officer had used WhatsApp to share what was described as a highly offensive and inappropriate graphic, depicting violence against women, with colleagues.
Britain's armed forces minister James Heappey on Thursday said there has been an "overhyping" of controversy over a new trilateral security pact between Australia, the United States and Britain. The alliance, known as AUKUS, will see Australia acquiring technology to deploy nuclear-powered submarines and is widely seen as a response to Chinese militarisation in the region, particularly in the strategically important South China Sea. The alliance has also sparked a row with France, after Australia backed out of a submarine deal with Paris in favour of AUKUS.
It was the second murder of an MP in the last five years
The Nusr-et Steakhouse in Knightsbridge might be the hottest restaurant in town, says Emily Prescott, but it looks like even Salt Bae isn’t immune to staffing woes
When any fixed term energy deal ends you will automatically revert to your energy supplier’s standard tariff, which is the most expensive kind on the market. Make sure you compare tariffs to access the very best deal available. While you might think that you are on a good deal at the moment, prices could have changed since your last switch.
The trial of a former Nevada prison inmate accused of the 1984 killing of a suburban Denver woman has ended in a mistrial after his lawyers requested an evaluation to determine if he is mentally competent to stand trial
Longtime U.S. rowing coach Mike Teti, who has been criticized by some of his former athletes as being emotionally abusive and using physical intimidation, has resigned but immediately accepted a position funded by a large donor leading a new high-performance training club that still has ties to the national program ahead of the 2024 Olympics in Paris
Eighth Grade to Don’t Look Now: the seven best films to watch on TV this week. From Bo Burnham’s astute and moving depiction of adolescence to Nicholas Roeg’s iconoclastic horror, here’s what to stream and watch on British screens
Victoria Covid restrictions: reopening rules for Melbourne, regional Vic, freedoms for vaccinated people – explained. Melbourne’s lockdown ends on Friday 22 October. Here’s what you need to know about schools, travel, childcare and work
The committee has suggested pro-Trump congressman could be called to testify as a material witness