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The condition affects around 250,000 people in the UK
Pensions minister Guy Opperman said that the individual circumstances surrounding LC&F were ‘completely unique’.
Bimini Bon Boulash flexed their fashion icon credentials once more with a stellar appearance at London Fashion Week.
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Online multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege has introduced its first trans operator.
Green hydrogen’s reliance on purified water may make the renewable energy too expensive for water-stressed areas. View on euronews
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will tell world leaders at the United Nations that humanity has to “grow up” and tackle climate change
Nightclub and bar bosses have launched legal action against Nicola Sturgeon’s government in a last-ditch attempt to block the introduction of vaccine passports next week.
Is that a dishwasher or a Hindu temple? Inside kitsch pomo masterpiece Cosmic HouseFrom its classical dome bathtub to its vanishing ceilings, godfather of postmodernism Charles Jencks turned a terraced house into a madcap monument to his voracious ideas. What was it like to live there? Ultimate fakery … the library is all painted MDF and leads off the Solar Stair to the right. Photograph: Oliver Wainwright
The former cruiserweight king is relishing a return to London after winning Olympic gold in 2012
Dozens of Haitians have tried to storm the plane they were deported on in order to get back to the US. They are some of the hundreds of migrants whom the United States has flown home from a camp on its Mexican border. US officials have been criticised for forcibly removing thousands of people massed near a bridge outside the small Texas town of Del Rio.
Environmental campaigners said the new World Health Organisation guidelines should be a wake-up call for the UK Government.
The vast majority of United Airlines employees are deciding to get vaccinated against COVID-19 rather than risk losing their job
Priti Patel's top civil servant has admitted that only a "small proportion" of migrant boats will be turned back in the Channel as he downplayed the potential impact of the new tactics.
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said on Wednesday his country and neighbouring Serbia should start recognising each other's car licence plates to allow free movement of people and goods and ease border tensions. Serbs in the north of Kosovo have blocked roads near border crossings with Serbia since Monday after authorities barred cars with Serbian licence plates from coming into Kosovo. Kosovo police are forcing all drivers from Serbia to remove or hide their car plates and use temporary printed registration details that are valid for 60 days.
A man who was punched and kicked in the head by Georgia police officers during a traffic stop four years ago has filed a lawsuit
The UK has recorded 34,460 new COVID-19 cases and 166 more deaths in the last 24-hour period, with 7,567 people currently in hospital with the disease, according to the latest available data. This time last week, 30,597 cases and 201 deaths were reported. On this day last year, there were 1,636 COVID-19 patients in hospitals across the UK.
A library devoted to Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami’s writings, scrapbooks and record collection opens next week in Tokyo for research, cultural exchange and a gathering spot for his fans
Nearly a quarter of local areas are currently recording a week-on-week rise in rates.
Among the hundreds of commuters caught up in the travel chaos on the M25 caused by the eco-protest group Insulate Britain was a self-employed insulation fitter called Tom Watson. As he sat in his van, growing increasingly irate, the irony of the situation dawned on him.