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French threats to disrupt British trade and block its trawlers from accessing French ports are not compatible with international law and will be met with an "appropriate and calibrated" response if acted on, London said on Thursday. France seized a British trawler fishing in its territorial waters without a licence on Thursday and issued a warning to a second vessel in a dispute over access to fishing grounds after Brexit. Britain's Environment minister George Eustice told parliament on Thursday it was very disappointing to see the threats.
Police said they made a third arrest on Thursday.
‘I would vaccinate them in a second’, Dr Fauci says of younger children
France will adopt a zero tolerance attitude towards Britain and block access to virtually all its boats until it awards the fishing licences France says its fishermen need in its post-Brexit dispute, a government minister said on Thursday. "I stand by the fact we pursued dialogue until now, we got half of the fishing licences today, but that's not enough and not acceptable," Clement Beaune, France's Europe minister, said on CNews TV. "So now, we need to speak the language of strength since that seems to be the only thing this British government understands," Beaune said.
The House panel investigating the January 6 Capitol insurrection has focused some of its early work on the planning behind a massive rally at which former president Donald Trump falsely claimed to have won reelection and told his supporters to “fight like hell”
“Gender critical” activist Marion Millar, who was accused of posting material on social media of a “homophobic and transphobic nature”, has had the charges against her discontinued.
Cooke, 94, is one of the oldest prisoners to come before the Parole Board in recent years.
Allotments and repairing old clothes are just aspects of 1970s life that are making a comeback.
Australia has advised its nationals traveling overseas to exercise a high degree of caution as it prepares to open its borders for the first time in 19 months
Party leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has threatened to pull down the devolved institutions at Stormont if major changes to the protocol are not secured.
Fighter jets have flown over the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki in an aerial display as troops marched in the city’s center to mark Greece’s national holiday commemorating the country’s entry into World War II
Penguins experienced some bubble trouble at the Milwaukee County Zoo in Wisconsin on Wednesday, October 27, as staff introduced Halloween-themed items to enclosures.Footage released by the zoo shows penguins looking perplexed as they inspect bubbles that appear to shoot from a giant pumpkin.“What is this big orange thing with bubbles coming from it?” joked zoo staff on the Twitter post, guessing the thoughts going through the penguins’ minds. Credit: Milwaukee County Zoo via Storyful
New Zealand will gradually loosen its border quarantine system, which has been among the toughest in the world throughout the pandemic
Victoria Covid restrictions: reopening rules for Melbourne, regional Vic, freedoms for vaccinated people – explained. Melbourne’s restrictions ease from 6pm, 29 October. Here’s what you need to know about schools, travel, childcare, retail and work
A fishing vessel has been detained by French authorities as part of an on-going row over post-Brexit fishing rights.
The 15-year-old had been fending for himself while taking care of his two younger brothers
Richard Ratcliffe arrives at Foreign Office to discuss new attempts to free wife Nazanin
Today we're examining the three-day Summit of Association of Southeast Asian Nation, better known by its acronym, ASEAN, which has now wrapped up. The virtual talks were hosted by Brunei, which currently holds the chair of the 10-nation bloc.
Bianca Del Rio has announced the UK leg of her Unsanitized Tour – and she’s going to read everyone for filth.
Wildfires, deforestation and global heating turn 10 Unesco forests into carbon sources. World heritage sites in US, Australia and Russia among those that have emitted more carbon than they absorbed since 2001