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Some drinks will see their duty levels rise when the changes come into force in 2023 due to their relatively high alcohol levels.
Richard Ratcliffe arrives at Foreign Office to discuss new attempts to free wife Nazanin
A video of a police officer, presumably refusing cooperate during anti-green pass protests in Italy, spread widely through social media. The problem ? The video has nothing to do with the green pass.Then, a video that claims to show a man fainting in front of Prince Charles after being vaccinated, with the hashtag #Resist. ..find out more on this segment of Truth or Fake.
The UK’s Met Office weather service issued an amber warning for England’s Cumbria county, including the Lake District, on Thursday, October 28, as continued flooding was expected to endanger residents and damage buildings.The Cumbria Police warned county residents to travel only if necessary.Cumbria’s Honister Pass measured 332 millimeters (about 13 inches) of rainfall in 32 hours, the Met Office said on Thursday.This video filmed by Laura Clark shows raging floodwaters and heavy rain pounding Honister Pass on Wednesday. Credit: Laura Clark via Storyful
A UN body has urged Britain to pay “economic compensation” to Kenyan tribes that were forced off their land during the colonial period to make way for tea plantations, where plants were grown for PG Tips.
The LBC radio host was blasted last week after mocking the 'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant and calling her a 'chubby little thing'.
The 15-year-old had been fending for himself while taking care of his two younger brothers
Police said they made a third arrest on Thursday.
BEIRUT (Reuters) -A new series of lawsuits filed by Lebanese ex-government officials on Thursday threatened once again to stall an investigation into the devastating Beirut port blast that has faced fierce opposition from the political establishment. The investigation into the Aug. 4, 2020, blast that killed more than 215 people, injured thousands and destroyed large swathes of the city has made little headway amid a smear campaign against probe investigator Judge Tarek Bitar and pushback from powerful factions. Bitar suspended the interrogation of former Prime Minister Hassan Diab after Diab on Wednesday filed a suit questioning the judge's authority, a legal source said.
Sir Patrick Vallance speaks of how RRS Sir David Attenborough will help tackle climate change
Sunak cuts £2bn from R&D budget but will fund Cummings science agency. Chancellor announces £800m for Aria, a new body that will fund ‘high-risk, high-reward’ technologies
Europol announced on October 26 that police around the world had arrested 150 suspects -- including several high-profile targets -- involved in buying or selling illegal goods online in one of the largest-ever stings targeting the dark web. Operation Dark HunTOR also recovered millions of euros in cash and bitcoin, as well as drugs and guns. On Tuesday the FBI released images of the bust, which stems from a German-led police sting earlier this year taking down the "world's largest" darknet marketplace.
Albanian prosecutors have brought charges against a former defense minister over a massive blast at a munitions disposal factory in 2008 that killed 26 people
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”
Government will also freeze fuel duty to make it cheaper to drive
Lloyd's of London said on Thursday it would join peers in scaling up efforts to cut carbon emissions and push members of the commercial insurance market to do the same, days before international climate talks get underway in Scotland. Lloyd's has long been seen as a laggard on climate action, leaving decisions on whether to underwrite activities in a range of heavy-emitting sectors to its 100-odd syndicate members amid sharp criticism from activists. As pressure builds on financial companies to act on climate, Lloyd's said it had joined the United Nations-convened Net Zero Insurance Alliance (NZIA), a body aiming to reduce the sector's emissions and help cap global warming.
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
the Latin American countries of Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela will be taken off the list at 4am on Monday.
A man was stabbed in a late night street fight near Victoria Station on Thursday. Detectives investigating the attack said a 33-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder. The incident took place at the junction between Victoria Street and Carlisle Place in Westminster.
The Guardian view on Russian gas: a threat to European solidarity. Vladimir Putin uses energy exports for leverage. Europe needs to develop strategic defences