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The Prince of Wales has joined forces with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver to help teach people how to cut greenhouse emissions – and save money – by reducing the amount of food they waste. Writing in the Daily Mirror, Charles announced his foundation is working with Oliver and his friend Jimmy Doherty on “Food For The Future”, a new education pilot programme teaching children about the cycle of food, from fields to the cooking pot. Charles also highlighted a research project where families held a “use-up day” and cut the produce they dumped every week by a third.
A man has been arrested and a major incident declared by police probing a murder after four people were found dead in a house. Cops made the grisly discovery on Sunday morning after being called out to a home in Killamarsh, Derbyshire, after concerns were raised about the people living there. Derbyshire Police said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths. Specially-trained officers are liaising with the families of the deceased, a spokesman said. Declaring a major inc
Wilder and Fury will take to the ring again in their trilogy bout on 9 October
Acclaimed for both their boundary-pushing photo shoots and trans-activism, south London model and poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal tells Olive Pometsey how they teamed up with a pair of visual masterminds and musician James Lavelle to create an ethereal fashion dreamscape
Canadian elections headed for a photo finish Monday with liberal prime minister Justin Trudeau, who is seeking a third term, threatened by a strong challenge from rookie conservative leader Erin O'Toole. Trudeau called the snap election hoping to parlay a smooth Covid-19 vaccine rollout -- among the best in the world -- into a new mandate to steer the nation's pandemic exit, without having to rely on opposition party support to pass his agenda.But the contest, after a bumpy five weeks of campaig
While largely considered harmless, one recipient expressed concern that the letters could negatively impact vulnerable people
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has told the House of Commons there is “absolutely no question of the lights going out” this winter amid escalating energy prices. Wholesale prices for gas have surged 250% since January, leading to calls for support from the industry and the collapse of some smaller energy firms.
Daniel Andrews warns Victorians not to wait for Pfizer after uncertainty around arrival of 9m dosesPremier says head of national vaccine taskforce has told states there is a ‘problem’ with supplies due next monthFollow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesVic hotspots; Vic restrictions; border restrictionsVaccine rollout tracker; cases and data tracker5km and 10km from home map: check your travel radiusGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing Victoria premier Daniel Andrews has
The Briton defends his WBA, IBF and WBO titles against the unbeaten Ukrainian at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend
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Foreign Office minister James Cleverly said Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will raise a number of cases with her Iranian counterpart on Monday.
Cranswick boss Adam Couch urged the government, which has been in emergency talks with the energy industry to deal with soaring gas prices, to act immediately to avert "a major crisis in the food industry". "We have worked tirelessly throughout the pandemic to keep food on the shelves, but there is a real risk of product shortages across the country if the Government does not act immediately to address these issues .... C02 shortages could effectively bring production to a halt." Carbon dioxide is used to stun animals before slaughter, in the vacuum packing of food products to extend their shelf life, and to put the fizz into beer, cider and soft drinks.
The suspected gunman, an 18-year-old student, has been arrested.View on euronews
Premier League football team Wolverhampton Wanderers are to launch their own record label. Wolves Records will be a partnership between the club, currently 16th in the league, and Alternative Distribution Alliance (ADA), and will initially focus on artists in the Midlands. The club hopes it will expand internationally in the future and it is taking submissions from local, national and international artists online.
Victorian coroner finds unjustified police pursuit resulted in death of Aboriginal man. Raymond Noel was ‘made of pure love’, his parents told the court, as coroner urges police pursuit policy changes to minimise trauma
Ukraine began joint military exercises with U.S. and other NATO troops on Monday, at a time when neighbouring Russia and Belarus have been holding large-scale drills that alarmed the West. Ukraine, at war with Russia-backed separatists since 2014, has long sought closer integration with Western militaries in the hope of one day joining NATO. A Ukrainian defence ministry spokesman said 4,000 Ukrainian troops and 2,000 foreigners would participate in the "RAPID TRIDENT - 2021" drill, due to run until Oct. 1.
EU partly to blame for UK’s hardline tactics, says former May aideRaoul Ruparel says EU approach ‘feeds the perception’ in London that only aggressive stance will pay off Brussels refused to give the Theresa May concessions on the protocol, but subsequently agreed a deal with Boris Johnson. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA
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
The Sex Education star bagged The Crown one of its seven wins on Sunday night.
Rachel Roddy’s recipe for stuffed red pepper rolls. Roasted peppers filled with aubergine, mozzarella and anchovies make a rich Italian substitute for British pub grub