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A multinational task force designed to seize Russian oligarchs' wealth has blocked and frozen 30 billion US dollars (£25 billion) in sanctioned individuals' property and funds in its first 100 days in operation, it has been reported.
The housing market has retained a surprising amount of momentum given the mounting pressure on household budgets, Nationwide Building Society said.
A driver pulled over for an expired MOT was found to have drugs in his system and subsequently arrested.
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn into the United States Supreme Court on Thursday, June 30, making her the first black female justice to serve on the nation’s highest court.Jackson is replacing Justice Stephen Breyer, who retired after nearly 28 years of service. Jackson joins Justices Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor as a liberal member of the court.This footage, taken in the West Conference Room of the United States Supreme Court, shows Jackson being sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Stephen Breyer during a brief ceremony. Credit: Supreme Court of the United States via Storyful
Climate protesters have glued themselves to the frame of a painting in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and spray-painted their logo on the walls and floor of the building.
Mr Ecclestone, speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, described the Russian president as a ‘first-class person’.
Even accepting the government’s argument that the process was above board, it doesn’t pass the pub test
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A Conservative MP believes his Nokia phone is the reason why the Education Secretary is not answering his pleas to repair a school. Sir Charles Walker waved his mobile device in the Commons chamber as he jokingly questioned why “nothing happens” when he messages Nadhim Zahawi. The MP for Broxbourne said: “Can we have an urgent debate about the Secretary of State for Education’s mobile telephone?"
French police are holding 10 people suspected to be involved in the November 2021 English Channel drowning, a judicial source claims
Survivors of yesterday's missile strike on a shopping centre in central Ukraine have described to ITV News how they crawled through flames to safety. At least 20 others did not make it out alive. That figure could more than double. Over 30 people are still missing. For one mother whose daughter has disappeared without trace, the not knowing is unbearable. Russia insists it was targetting a nearby store of weapons and ammunition in Kremenchuk - not the shopping centre.
HAVE your say on which projects receive part of a £20,000 fund available to community groups in Ryde.
Jos Buttler said he had been given the "greatest honour" after being named as England's new white-ball captain in succession to "inspirational" World Cup-winning skipper Eoin Morgan.
Oleksandra has wanted to leave Ukraine since her home was bombed. But she can't, because her passport says she is a man, and can therefore be drafted into the army.
Amid what local media is describing as a public outcry, authorities in Cairo have begun the removal and demolition of over 30 houseboats moored along the banks of the River Nile.Video posted on Twitter by Omar Robert Hamilton shows some houseboats being towed away, one partly demolished already. Hamilton was recording from his family’s houseboat. He told Middle East Eye it would be “hard to imagine life without it.” He said the government had a “smash and grab attitude” to Cairo, aimed at squeezing profit “out of the place while they remain in power”.Ayman Anwar, head of the Central Administration for the Protection of the Nile River in Greater Cairo, told local media that 32 residential houseboats would be removed to beautify the waterfront and make way for tourism.Ahram Online said some residents were trying to raise awareness and overturn the removal decision, in order to preserve a part of the city’s heritage. “Houseboat residents say they are being forced out with little notice and no compensation,” the FT reported. Credit: Omar Robert Hamilton via Storyful
Dominic Raab winked at Angela Rayner as he mocked her over train strikes in a fiery clash at Prime Minister’s Questions.The Deputy Prime Minister suggested Ms Rayner was a “champagne socialist” for attending opera during the national rail walkout last week.Mr Raab’s actions were labelled “bizarre” while Labour MP Toby Perkins (Chesterfield) tweeted: “I will never unsee Dominic Raab’s wink from the despatch box at Angela Rayner. I feel soiled.”Ms Rayner replied on Twitter: “Imagine how I feel!”The moment came after Ms Rayner had quoted Mr Raab’s past view that people who use food banks “simply have a cash flow problem”.
SCHOOLCHILDREN have been awarded for their environment-themed artistic efforts.
Dominic Raab steps in as Boris Johnson is in Madrid for the Nato summit and Angela Rayner deputises for Labour leader, Keir Starmer.Source: Parliament TV/Reuters
In his 40-year career, Tom Cruise has never had a movie make a billion dollars... until now.
US President Joe Biden's efforts to enforce environmental regulation in the world's second-most polluting country have been dealt a major blow by a Supreme Court ruling on air pollution. The decision from the currently right-leaning court rules in favour of challengers seeking to curb the power of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to regulate pollution from power plants. The policy in question, former president Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan, would have paved the way for the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy across the US, which opponents say would do severe economic damage.