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Woodside’s North West Shelf gas development would release more than eight times Australia’s annual emissions if it continues to operate until 2070
THE Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s rental contract for their UK home is a “good deal” for the taxpayer, a senior palace source has said.
One Cornish fisherman reported catching 150 in one day, compared with his usual catch of one or two a year
The number for June - the highest monthly total this year - appears to cast doubt on government claims that its Rwanda scheme will lead to fewer people risking their lives in dinghies. Nearly 7,000 people have made the perilous crossing since Home Secretary Priti Patel announced the policy on 14 April, according to data collected and analysed by Sky News. The scheme has been criticised as "cruel and nasty" by charities but defended by the government as "the morally right thing to do".
Phillip Schofield says friend was fired via email for coming out as gay during interview with Gok Wan. GMB ITV
Ex-boyfriend of former Mayor’s teenage daughter threatened to maim Mr Livingstone
In a video released on Twitter Jon Voight calls for impeachment of Joe Biden
French police are holding 10 people suspected to be involved in the November 2021 English Channel drowning, a judicial source claims
A MAN was stretchered from England's highest mountain after sustaining a painful knee injury.
Centre Court spectators said they screamed, cried and started football-style chants for Great Britain’s number one.
The report into domestic abuse cases involving serving police officers found ‘not all forces are treating these cases with the gravity they deserve’.
At least 17 people were killed and dozens wounded Friday in missile strikes on Ukraine's Odessa region, a day after Russian troops abandoned positions on a strategic island in a major setback to the Kremlin's invasion.
Sir Cliff Richard says it is a “shame” that Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu have been knocked out in the second round of Wimbledon. The singer and tennis fan is attending matches at All England Lawn Tennis Club today.
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Miriam Cates says Government guidance has unwittingly ‘opened the floodgates’ to extreme materials.
The rules of the Tory 1922 Committee mean there cannot be another confidence vote within 12 months.
The band's original line-up of Keisha, Mutya and Siobhan have recently made a comeback.
A man has been found guilty of drugging two men and sexually assaulting them at a house in Oxfordshire. Luiz Inacio Da Silva Neto, 36, of Wandsworth, south London, spiked the drinks of his victims with an unknown stupefying drug and then sexually assaulted them, knowing they were in no position to consent, Oxford Crown Court heard. Claire Beards, of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), said Da Silva Neto had “opportunistically targeted” his victims in November and December 2021.
Mr Ecclestone, speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, described the Russian president as a ‘first-class person’.
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