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The ex-Manchester United star has been giving evidence in his defence for the first time.
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The price cap on gas and electricity bills is set to increase by around 80% in October, then further in January and April.
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A bolt of lightning was seen flashing in Le Grau-du-Roi, in France’s Gard department, as heavy storms struck the region on August 14.Quentin Rey recorded the moment when a bolt of lightning and the rumble of thunder made some passersby duck for cover. He also recorded a timelapse of a storm rolling towards the village of Beaulieu, to the north of Montpellier.Meteo-France issued an orange warning for the Gard region due to the risk of thunderstorms. France 3 reported that Montpellier suffered from flash flooding, heavy rain and lightning strikes. Credit: Quentin Rey via Storyful
Most train services will be axed on two days this week amid further rail strikes.
The EU must end "persistent delays" over the UK's access to the bloc's scientific research programmes after Brexit, the government has demanded as it launched legal action. It said the delays have prevented the UK from accessing Horizon Europe, the EU's key funding programme for research and innovation, and Copernicus, the earth observation programme that provides data on climate change. Other schemes that have been affected include nuclear research programme Euratom, and access to space surveillance and tracking.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer calls for a windfall tax on energy company profits while insisting his party has a fully costed plan for tackling soaring energy bills.
An 11-year-old boy was left with injuries to his face after being attacked by a dog in playing fields, police have said. The boy was bitten and scratched on his cheek and needed hospital treatment. Police said the attack happened at playing fields off Chester Road and Canterbury Way at around 2.15pm.
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BLACKBURN with Darwen Council has secured its supply of salt for gritting winter road for the next four years.
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More than 500 Galpin’s Road residents have been living in hotels paid for by Merton Council for a week.
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Former Pop Idol contestant and theatre star Darius Campbell Danesh has been found dead in his US apartment at the age of 41, his family announced.
China is clamping down on abortions which are not “medically necessary” in a bid to tackle its plunging birth rate, authorities have announced.
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Malaysia’s top court has ordered former Prime Minister Najib Razak to begin his final appeal after rejecting his request to throw out his graft conviction and 12-year sentence over potential judicial bias
LONDON (Reuters) -The two candidates battling to be Britain's next prime minister vied to present themselves as defenders of Scotland's place in the United Kingdom on Tuesday, promising more scrutiny of Scotland's government to undermine a new push for independence. The Scottish National Party (SNP), which heads Scotland's semi-autonomous government, wants to hold a second independence referendum next year, which could rip apart the world's fifth-biggest economy. The bonds holding together the four countries that make up the United Kingdom — England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland — have been severely strained over the last six years by Brexit and the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.