The PM was also adamant that his leadership would not lead to any kind of alignment with EU law.
US President Joe Biden has called on lawmakers to pass legislation that would avert a nationwide rail shutdown. This would impose a contract that has not been approved by all negotiating unions but would nonetheless guarantee a 24 percent wage increase for rail workers. The US economy stands to lose $2 billion a day in the event of a strike. Also in the show, we discover the hardline tactics used by South Korea's government to put an end to a truckers' strike and find out why Chinese stock markets have rebounded after the Covid protests that took place over the weekend.Read more on FRANCE 24 English
Belgium's worst peacetime massacre left 32 dead and hundreds marked for life. Now, six and a half years later, Brussels will host its biggest ever criminal trial.
WORLD CUP 2022: To walk around Qatar is to be blinded by lights, deafened by sounds, but the football has not distracted away from the debate around the most controversial World Cup in history, writes <strong>Miguel Delaney </strong>
Emma Greensall extorted more than £14,000 from her victim and left him 'broken' after blackmailing him online.
Protests against stringent COVID restrictions have intensified across China - as a British journalist was beaten and kicked by police. Demonstrators and police clashed in Shanghai on Sunday night, despite being forcibly removed by officers using pepper spray only a few hours earlier. Sky's Helen-Ann Smith described the atmosphere in Shanghai this morning as "very, very tense", adding that it is not currently safe to film near the main site of the protests due to the police presence.
The world's largest active Volcano has erupted in Hawaii - raising alert levels for nearby communities.Footage shows the glowing lava from the caldera illuminating the night sky red.Local authorities have said that the flow of lava is contained and hillside communities are not at risk.The volcano Mauna Loa is situated on Hawaii's Big Island and hasn't erupted since 1984.SWNS
Donald Trump is fending off critics on all sides after a deeply controversial meeting with rapper Kanye West, also known as Ye. Source: NBC News
A wide range of stories feature on Monday’s front pages.
The Online Safety Bill is to be updated to criminalise the encouragement of self-harm, the Government has said, in what is being hailed a “significant move” by the Molly Russell Foundation. Culture Secretary Michelle Donelan said the update would create a new offence that would target communications that encourage someone to physically harm themselves, making it illegal to do so, and bringing it in line with communications that encourage suicide – which are already illegal. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) said the changes to the Online Safety Bill had been influenced by the case of Molly Russell, the 14-year-old who took her own life in November 2017 after viewing social media content linked to depression, self-harm and suicide.
A French TikToker is using 3-minute videos about pop culture to teach a new generation of students about philosophy.
Greene defends Trump from accusations by Kanye West that he could have freed people imprisoned for January 6
The port city was liberated from Russian occupation on 11 November
THE SAGA surrounding the Isle of Wight's Ocean Hotel in Sandown continues, as its former owners prepare to head back to court in December, in an ongoing legal battle with the Isle of Wight Council.
Health and defence officials are drawing up a strategy to tackle a possible wave of industrial action in the health service.
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Many of you will be highly familiar with the distinctive style of Wes Anderson’s movies. Whether it’s the colour palette or dialogue, the movies are easily identifiable as the works of the esteemed director. However, what is it that truly makes his films so recognisable?
A MEMORIAL to the Swindon boy killed in a 'hit and run' incident is being created on Akers Way.
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More than 9,000 low-income pensioner households in Wiltshire will be given a further £70 Energy Rebate from the Council.