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<strong>Exclusive:</strong> Labour leader ‘should follow lead of Biden as centrist with radical agenda’
He died "peacefully in his sleep".
Anne-Marie Trevelyan will address industry leaders on Monday at the start of London Tech Week.
Germany: centre-left candidate ‘eager to govern with Greens’Poll declares Olaf Scholz of the SPD victor of all three televised debates before next Sunday’s vote Journalists watch the live election debate between Olaf Scholz (left), Annalena Baerbock and Armin Laschet. Photograph: Filip Singer/EPA
He said ‘stress and strains’ in the supply chains were being experienced across the world.
Two pilots were taken to local hospitals after ejecting from the aircraft but no one on the ground was injured
Vigil episode five recap – back to its best after being all at seaThe penultimate episode of the maritime thriller had more drive, more energy and a sharper focus than we’ve seen in recent weeks, paving the way for a gripping finale Medical officer Doherty (Anjli Mohindra) and DCI Silva (Suranne Jones). Photograph: Screengrab/BBC/World Productions
Mr Macron ordered the recall of the French ambassadors to Washington and Canberra.
The Metropolitan Police are confident that Knife Crime Prevention Orders will save lives despite the courts turning down their first two applications.
Boris Johnson to address Amazon’s tax record with Jeff Bezos on US visitPM is making three-day trip during which he will give speech to UN general assembly and hold talks with Joe Biden at White House Boris Johnson boards RAF Voyager at Stansted on Sunday. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA
A military training jet has crashed in a neighborhood near Fort Worth, Texas, injuring the two pilots and damaging three homes
The Royal College of Psychiatrists said the pandemic had been ‘catastrophic’ for mental health.
Passport details shared online while Oliver Carroll was investigating claims of voter fraud
A volcano erupted on La Palma, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, on Sunday, September 19, after seismologists recorded a series of tremors over several days, the strongest of which was measured at magnitude of 4.2 earlier on Sunday.The eruption at the Cumbre Vieja volcano was reported around 3:30 pm local time and sent smoke and lava spewing out of several fissures.A team from the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute (Involcan) went toward the eruption where they reported lava temperatures of up to 1075°C (1967°F). This footage, shot by members of that team as evening fell on La Palma, shows glowing lava and trees being consumed by flames.The increase in seismic activity through the week had been closely monitored by Involcan, which earlier on Sunday said the “current seismic swarm represents a significant change in the activity of the Cumbre Vieja volcano.” On Friday, Involcan said it had at times recorded more than 400 earthquakes in a single hour; on Saturday, the agency reported a nine-day total of more than 25,000 earthquakes.Authorities warned residents of the increased risk, and in the hours before the eruption announced the temporary closure of public recreational spots and precautionary evacuations of people with disabilities from several areas.Officials asked people to stay away from the area of the eruption and to “exercise extreme caution.” Credit: Involcan via Storyful
Huge fundraising by Revolut, Hopin and Cinch helped push the UK’s credentials as Europe’s premier tech hub to new heights.
The pilot follows research from The National Robotarium at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.
UK commits £550m to weaning developing nations off coal
It comes after four small energy companies folded amid the surge in gas prices.
The United States and Britain sought Sunday to smooth tensions with Paris over a new security pact with Australia, with US President Joe Biden requesting early talks with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron. The announcement of the defence alliance, and Australia’s related decision to tear up a deal to buy French submarines in favour of American nuclear-powered vessels, sparked outrage in Paris, with Macron recalling France’s ambassadors to Canberra and Washington in an unprecedented move.But
The BBC has apologised after the mother of a murdered schoolgirl said Martin Bashir borrowed some of her daughter's clothes and did not return them. Michelle Hadaway said the reporter, who used "deceitful behaviour" to secure his Panorama interview with Princess Diana in 1995, took the garments for DNA testing for BBC Two's Public Eye programme 30 years ago. Ms Hadaway's nine-year-old daughter Karen, and her friend Nicola Fellows, were found sexually assaulted and strangled in a woodland den in Brighton in October 1986 in what became known as the Babes in the Wood murders.