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The Foreign Secretary is meeting Hossein Amir-Abdollahian at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Monday
Alarm raised over business ‘barriers’ which ‘cost jobs and money in the UK’ – as public unhappiness confirmed
The Business Secretary has insisted consumers will not be cut off amid fears more companies could go to the wall.
Retailers and recycling charities have said shopper demand for items without plastic wrapping declined after the pandemic hit.
The Metropolitan Police are confident that Knife Crime Prevention Orders will save lives despite the courts turning down their first two applications.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan will address industry leaders on Monday at the start of London Tech Week.
This week at the United Nations, there is more to watch than the parade of leaders' speeches
It comes after four small energy companies folded amid the surge in gas prices.
A military training jet has crashed in a neighborhood near Fort Worth, Texas, injuring the two pilots and damaging three homes
Derbyshire Police were called to an address in Killamarsh, near Sheffield, on Sunday morning.
Mr Brown has been campaigning for wealthy nations and the private sector to ensure the equitable distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.
Firms expect to increase wages as recruitment pressures grow
The show will have a different look and feel as it is held in September rather than its traditional slot in the spring.
“Ted Lasso” took the first two Emmys on Sunday as Hannah Waddingham and Brett Goldstein took supporting actor awards
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“Regenerative farming" methods and turning unproductive land back to nature are being used to boost wildlife and store carbon in a large-scale countryside project. The team on the 4,000-acre Wild Ken Hill estate in Norfolk are deploying farming techniques to restore healthy soils in arable fields so they will lock up carbon and provide natural nutrients for crops instead of synthetic fertilisers.
French armed forces minister pulls out of meeting with defence secretary Ben Wallace
US law enforcement said Sunday a body found in a US national forest in Wyoming, where a search was underway for Gabrielle "Gabby" Petito, matches the description of the missing woman, whose disappearance has gripped the country.
Fewer than one in 12 businesses have a plan to reach net zero – despite this being official Government policy.
Inflation has already wiped out the wage rise NHS workers received, said Unison.