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Saudi's sustainability plan is not a 'shot in the dark', says energy minister
A museum in Oxford is hiring a curator to return human remains as part of its decolonisation pledge, but must first work out where they will be returned to.
The NHS is to get a £6 billion Budget boost for operations and screening in a bid to reduce record backlogs, Rishi Sunak will announce this week.
The British High Commission in Nairobi on Sunday said it was "fully cooperating" with a police investigation into the 2012 murder of a Kenyan woman last seen with a British soldier.
The Guardian view on the Welsh heartlands: invest in their future. The UK government should work alongside the one in Cardiff to prevent rural depopulation
Bergerac 2.0: Jersey detective’s return is a remake too far. With searches under way for the next Bond and a regenerated time lord, it’s time they gave us new heroes
<strong>England 30-10 France: </strong>New captain John Bateman led by example with two tries
The supermarket giant said it had suffered an outage due to an attempt to ‘interfere’ with its systems.
Eric Trump mocked America's top general for running "sensitivity training" for the military while China tested nuclear-capable hypersonic missiles, at a conference attended by throngs of QAnon supporters and vaccine conspiracy theorists.
Police are investigating a banner displayed by Crystal Palace fans at Selhurst Park on Saturday that spoke out against Newcastle United's takeover by a Saudi Arabia-led consortium. Newcastle were sold to a group consisting of Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF), PCP Capital Partners and RB Sports & Media earlier this month. The banner at Palace, unveiled during the sides' 1-1 draw, took aim at the Premier League's ownership test.
Social media abuse “which rots away the very foundations of society” must be stopped, 50 Conservative MPs have told technology giants.
The swimmer earned some high marks in his Latin.
Parents who are occasionally abrupt with their children and hold low-key celebrations may be guilty of ‘mild neglect’, according to NSPCC guidance.
A free trade deal between the UK and India would offer a bonanza for Scotland’s whisky industry, a government minister whose appointment prompted a cronyism row has said.
By declaring the Prince of Wales the prince regent, the Queen could retain her title, status and position, but allow her son to conduct the constitutional aspects of the job
Gingerbread, gianduja… It’s good to keep an open mind. Unexpected and even challenging flavours to take you out of your comfort zone
A group of anti-vaccine protesters gathered outside Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Sunday, October 24, in support of point guard Kyrie Irving, who has refused to have the COVID-19 vaccine.Footage taken outside the arena shows some of the crowd attempting to break through security barriers and push their way into the building.Other video shows demonstrators holding signs that said “STAND WITH KYRIE,” and messages expressing opposition to COVID-19 vaccinations.A spokesperson for Barclays Center said the arena “briefly closed its doors in order to clear protesters from the main doors on the plaza and ensure guests could safely enter the arena.”Irving is currently unable to play home games for the Brooklyn Nets due to New York City’s vaccine mandate. The Nets were playing the Charlotte Hornets inside Barclays Center on Sunday afternoon. Credit: @JPfaff1028 via Storyful
Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen will answer questions following the release of internal research documents she secretly copied.
Hit series has been renewed for a third season