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No Time To Die: Daniel Craig hopes long-awaited new Bond film will boost ailing cinemas
A Labour MP was wrong to say that "only women have a cervix", party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said. Rosie Duffield has been criticised for her opposition to transgender women being able to access single-sex spaces such as domestic violence refuges, school toilets and prisons. The Canterbury MP is not attending Labour's conference in Brighton on security advice after allegedly getting threats.
Boris Johnson pulled back from plans to send in the Army as ministers insisted there is no shortage of supplies.
Small boats arrivals in 2021 now stand at more than double the figure for the whole of 2020, when 8,417 people crossed the Dover Strait.
Covid has wiped out years of progress on life expectancy, finds studyPandemic behind biggest fall in life expectancy in western Europe since second world war, say researchers The study analysed data from 29 countries and found 27 had experienced reductions in life expectancy. Photograph: Jorge Mantilla/NurPhoto/Rex/Shutterstock
The Benchmarking Partnership released estimates on missed blood tests based on data collected from six UK testing centres.
The reigning world champion pipped fellow Briton Lando Norris to victory at the Russian Grand Prix.
The transport secretary has said there would be no fuel queues if motorists filled up as normal as he accused a haulage group of triggering the "manufactured situation". Speaking to Sky News' Trevor Phillips on Sunday programme, Grant Shapps insisted there was "plenty of fuel" and urged the public to be "sensible" as some retailers were forced to shut their pumps and ration sales in the face of long lines at petrol stations for a third day. The supply crisis has been caused by a shortage of fuel tanker drivers.
The tropical lizard – apparently giving its best Houdini impression – sneaked out from a nearby window and scaled the pub’s walls.
The party’s business tax reform looks to shift the burden from the high street to online giants.
‘Great grandma went to the Met Gala’: woman identifies A$AP Rocky’s quilt. Quilt-style cape worn by rapper and designed by Eli Russell Linnetz was based on great grandmother Mary’s design
The Guardian view on Starmer’s Labour: time to take on the ToriesThe Labour leader must know his party faces existential implications if it suffers a historic fifth election defeat Sir Keir Starmer in Brighton for the Labour party conference. ‘Sir Keir needs a message that is both combative and hopeful.’ Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters
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President Joe Biden receives his Covid-19 booster shot in line with US government health authorities' guidelines at the White House in Washington, DC.
One of the biggest issues on Giffey's agenda is housing after a majority of Berliners voted to expropriate corporate owners from about 240,000 flats. View on euronews
Thousands of filling stations have run out of petrol amid a UK fuel crisis.
Iceland believed briefly Sunday it had become the first country in Europe to have a women-majority parliament after its election a day earlier, but a recount showed it fell short, an election official told AFP.
These true crime stories shift the focus away from the survivors and the victims and instead create (or perpetuate) the celebrity of the criminal
NHS backlog disproportionately affecting England’s most deprivedWaiting lists for routine treatments up 50% in poorest areas compared with 35% in most affluent areasCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Jonathan Ashworth, the shadow health secretary, says the waiting list crisis is in danger of leading to privatisation of the NHS. Photograph: Tayfun Salcı/Zuma Press Wire/Rex/Shutterstock
The number of people who have made the dangerous journey across the English Channel in small boats this year has doubled the total for all of 2020 – with more than three months left of 2021. At least 669 migrants succeeded in reaching the UK on Sunday, bringing the total for the year to at least 17,085, according to available official data compiled by the PA news agency. This comes despite repeated vows from the Government to make such crossings “unviable” and tens of millions of pounds promised to France to help tackle the issue.