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Some shops, including Sainsbury’s, John Lewis, Waitrose and Morrisons, have said they will continue to ask customers to wear face masks.
The Rapier missile system has been retired after 50 years of service.
The Prime Minister announced a 1.25 per cent rise in National Insurance last year to address the funding crisis in the health and social care system.
In the past half century, North America has lost a fourth of its birds. Earth is now a coalmine, and every wild bird is a canary
Shocking CCTV footage has been released showing the moment a teenage girl was kidnapped by her "controlling" boyfriend before she fell out of a van on a dual carriageway.
Katie Price has now said she hit “rock bottom” after her drink-driving crash last year. The former glamour model, 43, confessed she regrets getting in the car saying she could have killed someone or herself in the crash.
Some cars we have previously featured owe their rarity to age and/or banger racers. Others were models that never seemed to appeal to the British motorist, while Paul Hill’s white 1967 BMW belongs to a third category; the vastly expensive. A price of £1,777 10s 6d meant it was over £400 more costly than a Rover P6, but enthusiasts regarded it as worth every penny. Equally importantly, the 2000 was part of a dynasty that saved one of the world’s famous marques.
NATO allies are putting forces on standby and sending reinforcements to eastern Europe in response to Russia's buildup of more than 100,000 troops on Ukraine's borders. Here are some of the dilemmas about NATO's next steps. WILL NATO COME TO UKRAINE'S DEFENCE?
The TV star and model has spoken about her regrets over the incident.
A restaurant in Saudi Arabia is offering patrons in the conservative kingdom a unique experience -- dishes with a side of skull and blood in the company of zombies and vampires.View on euronews
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Detectives have launched an appeal for help after a valuable stamp collection was robbed from a pensioner. The catalogue of collectable stamps - worth £5,000 - was snatched from a 72-year-old man in Enfield, north London.
Sue Gray report: redacted version is imminent, say government sources. Move follows anger after Met police asked civil servant to hold back details in her ‘partygate’ report
MICHAEL AVENATTI TRIAL: Celebrated for taking on Donald Trump, the unlikely partnership between a swaggering LA attorney and an adult film star ultimately unravelled, writes Bevan Hurley
Honduras's former first lady Xiomara Castro forged her political career at the head of protests against the coup d'etat that ousted her husband, Manuel Zelaya, in 2009.
'Newsweek' reports that between February and April of 2020, the number of active business owners declined by 3.3 million. According to one study, in June of 2021, there were 37.5% less small businesses in the United States than just one year earlier.
Lisa Nandy says the Labour Party will not rest until the Sue Gray report into Downing Street parties has been published in full. Ms Nandy said the British public deserve answers and "we will take every step that we can to make sure that information is in the public domain".
Former Alaska governor was spotted eating indoors, despite not being vaccinated, then allegedly visited a restaurant while Covid positive
Number of rapes recorded by police hit record high in same period, as government accused of failing to tackle violence against women
LONDON (Reuters) -Global miner Anglo American said on Thursday its overall production for the fourth quarter was flat as a strong diamonds performance countered a 4% fall in copper, for which it expects higher output this year. After producing 647,200 tonnes of copper in 2021, in line with the previous year, the London listed miner now expects between 680,000 and 760,000 tonnes for this year, driven by its new Quellaveco copper mine in Peru. However, it warned about possible COVID-related disruptions and water shortages in Chile, where it mines the bulk of its copper.