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Voters lined up Monday to cast ballots in Canadian elections that are headed for a photo finish, with liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's bid for a third term threatened by rookie conservative leader Erin O'Toole's strong challenge.
The Business Secretary has insisted consumers will not be cut off amid fears more companies could go to the wall.
The 73rd Emmy Awards are underway this evening
A Labour MP has been forced to pull out of the party conference over her transgender views after extremists threatened her security.
The cost of just one year’s maternity blunders could pay the starting salaries of more than 36,930 NHS nurses
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “going into hiding” while Scotland’s NHS faces the gravest crisis in its history.
Tens of thousands fed up with being ‘taken for granted’, Unison say
The 73rd Emmy Awards are in progress this evening
Victoria Covid hotspots: full list of Melbourne and regional Vic coronavirus exposure sites and trend in cases. Here are the current coronavirus hotspots and Tier 1, 2 and 3 Covid-19 public exposure site locations in Victoria and Melbourne, and what to do if you’ve visited them
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has told Sky News he is "not very confident" of a breakthrough in her case and it "may have a while to run still". Richard Ratcliffe had a 10-minute phone call with Liz Truss, the new foreign secretary on Sunday and told her that his wife's case should be the top priority and he wanted to see the government tackle hostage-taking head on. Mr Ratcliffe told Kay Burley that his wife feels "more reassured" after his call with the foreign secretary, but expressed his view that the case may not be resolved in the near future.
The US federal court examining Mexico's lawsuit against top US arms manufacturers has set deadlines for the case's first proceedings, foreign ministry officials said Sunday.
MJ Rodriguez arrives at the Emmys making history as first trans nominee
Boris Johnson has admitted he is facing an uphill battle to convince world leaders to put up hard cash and hard commitments to reduce carbon emissions. Speaking on his way to New York for the UN General Assembly Summit, the prime minister conceded he had a 40% chance of failure in securing the $100bn he needs in financial pledges from rich nations to help developing countries go green by the critical COP26 climate change summit in November.
Billy Porter chose winged chic black and worked the poses on the red carpet Sunday at the Emmy Awards
Sacha Dench, who was attempting a world-first circumnavigation of mainland Britain to raise awareness about climate change, has been seriously injured after a paramotor accident in the western Highlands of Scotland.
One in three workers would not take a job that required them to be in the office full time, research has found.
NSW Covid vaccination rate by suburb: check the percentages in your postcode – interactive mapNewly released data from the state government shows the vaccine rollout over time by areaNSW restrictions; 5km and 10km from home radius mapFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesVaccine rollout and rates tracker; Cases and data trackerGet our free news app;get our morning email briefing
(Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the unprecedented surge in natural gas prices is a "temporary" problem caused by the global economy coming back after the pandemic, Bloomberg News reported https://bloom.bg/3hQcSYa. "They are caused by the resurgence of the global economy as COVID starts to retreat in parts of the world," he said. British business minister Kwasi Kwarteng said on Sunday following a meeting with the head of energy regulator Ofgem that Britain has plans in place to protect the market and consumers from soaring global gas prices.
The Senate's nonpartisan parliamentarian says Democrats can’t use their $3.5 trillion package bolstering social and climate programs to give millions of immigrants a chance to become citizens
‘We felt fooled’: France still furious after Australia scraps $90bn submarine deal‘Maybe we’re not friends,’ recalled ambassador says, claiming Scott Morrison ‘kept us in the dark intentionally’Follow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app;get our morning email briefing France's ambassador to Australia Jean-Pierre Thebault at Sydney airport last week. He said his country had been the last to know that the Morrison government was tearing up its submarine contract. Photogr