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Arcuri was given access to three foreign trade missions led by Boris Johnson.
‘I call on them to stop and the police to intervene’, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said.
Abba are set to release new music for the first time in 35 years
An ongoing volcanic eruption in Iceland is now the longest the country has seen for more than 50 years, as Sunday marked the sixth month lava has been erupting from a fissure near Mount Fagradalsfjall. The eruption near the capital Reykjavik began on 19 March and has continued ever since. Although the length of the eruption has overtaken the Holuhraun eruption which ran from August 2014 to February 2015, the 143 million cubic metres of lava which has been spurted out by Fagradalsfjall is less than a tenth of what was emitted at Holuhraun.
The Briton defends his WBA, IBF and WBO titles against the unbeaten Ukrainian at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend
Crossword roundup: setters’ favourite names – Eli, Cher and Erato. We make room for some old friends in our pick of the best of the broadsheets’ cryptic clues
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First, Sebastian Faulks on what he learned about James Bond’s character from writing a Bond novel. Also: an update on the Spectator’s flood defences, Sergei Polunin on getting his Putin tattoo removed, Miriam Margolyes has some doubts about MeToo. AUKUS upsets the French Ambassador in London.
LSO/Rattle review – a Brucknerian labour of love. Barbican, LondonSimon Rattle has become a very fine and authentic Brucknerian, as this fascinating concert – offering insights into the composer’s fourth symphony – revealed
The Just A Little singer shared a photo of herself with bandmates Jessica Taylor and Kelli Young.
Three migrants, including an Iraqi man, were found dead close to Poland's border with Belarus.View on euronews
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps told the Commons that from November, foreign travellers will be allowed to fly into the US if they are fully vaccinated, in a move to restart transatlantic travel.
Facebook has denied reports which claimed it "conducts research and then systematically and wilfully ignores it if the findings are inconvenient for the company". The former British deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, who now heads Facebook's global affairs team, criticised a series of articles by the Wall Street Journal last week. The stories were based on internal documents that showed the company knew more about the negative impact of its products than it publicly claimed.
Hamilton had a frosty relationship with Nico Rosberg at Mercedes when the pair battled for the world title in 2016
Shares in China’s Evergrande plunge again as fears of contagion grow Hong Kong stock fell up to 19% amid default fears that are beginning to have a knock-on effect on other markets Halted construction of Evergrande’s Cultural Tourism City in Suzhou, China. The property giant’s debt crisis is already dragging down other markets in Hong Kong and Australia. Photograph: Vivian Lin/AFP/Getty Images
INTERVIEW : The acclaimed writer of ‘seven methods of killing kylie jenner’ returns to the London stage with a new play about her search for Black actors in 17th-century England. She talks to Isobel Lewis about the void in our historical imagination, the pressure of performing a very personal work and why theatre is not a meritocracy
Fever-pitch excitement on social media risks obscuring the simple fact that a young woman is dead, and her parents are currently experiencing every family’s worst nightmare
The retail giant said it will be the first supermarket group to remove plastic bags from all bananas sold in its stores.
French President Emmanuel Macron has apologized to Algerians who fought alongside French colonial forces in Algeria’s war for independence
Guess what the three Democrats blocking lower medication prices have in common?. A bill in Congress would allow Medicare to use its bulk-purchasing power to negotiate lower drug prices. Big Pharma is not pleased