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More younger people plan to apply for an automatic-only licence.
As ES Magazine is the first UK fashion publication to release an NFT, here’s preview of the artwork on offer - and an explainer of just what an NFT is
Relationship with Paris ‘absolutely vital’, says PM in bid to soothe Macron ire
The hostess allegedly suggested that their vaccination cards were fake and used a racial slur
The advice to households on energy bills has always been to save big through fixed-rate deals and to switch supplier or tariff when the contract ends. It is the result of a global energy crunch that has forced up wholesale gas prices by 455% over the past 12 months - by 250% since January. Here, we explain how this is being reflected in the household energy market and why, experts say, it might actually pay for some customers to be covered by the price cap regime for the first time in its history.
While largely considered harmless, one recipient expressed concern that the letters could negatively impact vulnerable people
The RAF has spent £30,000 on e-scooters to replace a shuttle bus on a base in a bid to go green.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s will is to remain secret to protect the “dignity” of the Queen, the High Court has ruled. After the death of a senior member of the royal family, it has been convention for over a century that an application to seal their will is made to the President of the Family Division of the High Court. The current president, Sir Andrew McFarlane, heard legal argument from lawyers representing Philip’s estate and the Attorney General – who represents the public interest in such matters – at a private hearing in July.
The victim was raped in the grounds of a church in Witney, Oxfordshire, at around 1.30am on Sunday.
‘Sex Education’ star sparked confusion when accepting her latest award in an American accent
Rapid attribution studies reveal climate change’s influence on the weather, but they’re expensive and time-consuming.
Lillie is the co-founder of a female and non-binary pro-gamer league in Stockholm, Sweden. They're called the Female Legends and they'll give any gamer a run for their money.
Climate protesters blocked parts of the M25 during rush hour for the fourth time in little over a week. Members of Insulate Britain blocked slip roads, glued themselves to the road and poured paint on the carriageway. Hertfordshire Police said officers were called to reports of demonstrators near junction 18 (Chorleywood) of the M25, where "several" people had glued themselves to the road.
Harry Potter fans came dressed as wizards as Universal Studios opened its first theme park in China under anti-virus controls
No court actions have resulted from the police trial
The comic actor voiced his concerns about the night's set-up while presenting an award.
The Sex Education star bagged The Crown one of its seven wins on Sunday night.
Russia's dominant Kremlin-backed party appeared set to retain the two-thirds majority in the parliament that allows it to change the constitution, results from 85% of the country's polling stations showed on Monday morning. The election is widely seen as an important part of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to cement his grip on power ahead of the 2024 presidential election, in which control of the State Duma, or parliament, will be key.Results from about 85% of the country’s polling s
Victorian coroner finds unjustified police pursuit resulted in death of Aboriginal man. Raymond Noel was ‘made of pure love’, his parents told the court, as coroner urges police pursuit policy changes to minimise trauma
MOSCOW (Reuters) -A student armed with a hunting rifle opened fire at a university in the Russian city of Perm on Monday, killing at least six people and wounding many others, investigators said. Video shown on news websites showed panicked students leaping from first-floor windows to escape Perm State University, around 1,300 km (800 miles) east of Moscow, landing heavily on the ground before running to safety. The gunman was wounded after resisting arrest, and was being treated in hospital, the Investigative Committee law enforcement agency said in a statement.