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There will be an estimated 13 per cent increase in travel compared to the same period last year, say experts
Passengers on London's Underground face major disruption on Friday when workers on five lines of the capital's rail transportation network are due to go on strike. The RMT union said it was sticking to its call for members who work on the Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines to stay away from work throughout Friday. The dispute is over new rosters for the return of London Underground's all-night services on Fridays and Saturdays which were suspended during the coronavirus pandemic.
Romanian lawmakers on Thursday voted in favor of a new coalition government led by a Liberal former army general, which could usher in an end to a months-long political crisis in the Eastern European nation
Liz Truss has confirmed that the government’s conversion therapy ban will include religious and free speech exemptions, and a “dangerous” loophole for “consenting adults”.
Scale of problems at Liverpool city council revealed in commissioners report. Government-appointed officials say the troubled council still faces significant issues following a ‘toxic period’
Western countries are destroying surplus vaccines while the poorest nations go without. This must change, says Gordon Brown, the WHO’s ambassador for global health financing
Row breaks out between France and UK as dozens more migrants risk crossing
Special virtual museum has been launched to mark the gaming company’s 20th anniversary
So the new variant has a name, but we've no idea about its reputation.
Stephen McKinney, 45, carried out the killing while the couple were on a boating holiday with their children in 2017.
The fast-food chain returned to the UK this year after a 22-year absence and has seen sales beat expectations.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle said other mothers in the Commons had asked him to keep the current rules preventing MPs bringing their babies into debates.
A record 27 people died in the English Channel Wednesday when their overcrowded inflatable dinghy capsized. However, with the stepped-up dismantling of makeshift camps around Calais and an ever-increasing security presence... migrants insist: it's Britain or bust.
The UK car industry has warned of challenges just to remain operational after it produced just shy of 65,000 cars last month - the weakest October since 1956. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) blamed "production stoppages" linked to the shortage of semiconductors globally for the woeful total, adding that a resurgent coronavirus pandemic could make things worse in the months ahead. The chip shortage is tipped, according to consulting firm AlixPartners, to cost the world's automotive industry $60bn (£45bn) in lost sales this year.
Stella Moris said she hoped there would be no further interference in their wedding plans.
From vacuums to coffee machines and air fryers, there’s no better time to upgrade your appliances
Local authorities have declared three days of mourning after more than 50 miners and rescuers died in a Siberian coal mine accident
Shoppers baffled after 'Britain's wonkiest Christmas tree' appears in town centre