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Scottish city ready for ‘unprecedented’ disruption to transport network
The House panel investigating the Jan_ 6 Capitol insurrection has focused some of its early work on the planning behind a massive rally at which President Donald Trump falsely claimed to have won reelection and told his supporters to “fight like hell.”
Some drinks will see their duty levels rise when the changes come into force in 2023 due to their relatively high alcohol levels.
The 15-year-old had been fending for himself while taking care of his two younger brothers
Ballal Hussain, 37, was taken down by the South Yorkshire police dog after failing to stop, before leading officers on a 90mph chase through 30mph zones in Sheffield last year.
Monday’s figures released by the Government do not include Wales due to a technical issue at Public Health Wales
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said he will take the steps to radically simplify alcohol duty with a system designed around the principle of "the stronger the drink, the higher the rate", as well as a 'draught relief' - a new, lower rate of duty on draught beer and cider.
Prominent cis lesbians have accused the BBC of amplifying a “transphobic campaign” and contributing to a “baseless moral panic”.
SpaceX is resolving toilet spills in its capsules before it launches another crew for NASA
A mammoth cut to Britain's plans to issue government debt was structured to minimise market disruption as far as possible and maintain a steady supply of bonds to investors, the head of the country's debt agency told Reuters on Wednesday. Gilt prices shot higher after the Debt Management Office (DMO) said it planned to issue 194.8 billion pounds ($267.5 billion) of bonds in the current 2021/22 financial year, 57.8 billion pounds less than its previous remit. Both 10-year and 30-year British government bonds recorded their biggest one-day price rises since March 2020, when prices surged after the Bank of England restarted its quantitative easing programme during Britain's plunge into a COVID-19 lockdown.
Government will also freeze fuel duty to make it cheaper to drive
Even with new and updated climate action plans, and pledges from major polluters, the world is on track for 2.7C of warming, a UN report shows.
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
Mikel Arteta has backed Eddie Nkeitah to become a “top, top player” and is hoping that will be at Arsenal after he struck in the Carabao Cup fourth-round win over Leeds. The Gunners secured a 2-0 victory as Calum Chambers scored just 21 seconds after coming off the bench before former Leeds loanee Nketiah tapped in. It was just the 22-year-old’s second appearance of the season, his first coming in the third-round success over AFC Wimbledon, and he is out of contract in the summer.
Animal Rebellion campaigners scale a UK government building in Westminster ahead of COP26 climate summit in Glasgow next week. The group demands an end to subsidies for meat and dairy farming in a protest against environmental changes.
A lost walrus became an unlikely passenger aboard a Dutch naval submarine after straying thousands of miles from its home in the Arctic circle.
PARIS (Reuters) -France released a list of sanctions that could come into effect from Nov. 2 unless enough progress is made in its post-Brexit fishing row with Britain, and said it was working on a second round of sanctions that could affect power supplies to the UK. The British government said the "threats are disappointing and disproportionate" and would be seeking urgent clarification before considering action in response. France could step up border and sanitary checks on goods from Britain, prevent British fishing boats from accessing designated French ports and beef up checks on trucks coming from and going to the UK, the Maritime and European Affairs Ministries said in a joint statement.
A picture may paint a thousand words, but it might also be contributing to the climate crisis. A new survey is calling us out for what it calls our "dirty data" habits - the storing of millions of unnecessary photos and videos on servers around the world, creating a carbon footprint which researchers say is as big as that of the airline industry. The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), which commissioned the research, estimates that the average UK adult takes almost 900 photos a year, with an average of five photos taken for every one posted online.
Ms Everard’s family had said after Wayne Couzens was sentenced that knowing he would be in prison forever ‘brings some relief’.
Budget 2021: key points at a glance. Rishi Sunak has delivered his budget – here are the main points, with political analysis