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Insulate Britain activists block junctions to call for climate action
National Express would own around 75% of the combined group and Stagecoach shareholders around 25% under terms of the possible deal.
Australia has lost about 30% of its koalas over the past three years, hit by drought, bushfires and developers cutting down trees, the Australian Koala Foundation said, urging the government to do more to protect the creature's habitat. The independent non-profit group estimated the koala population has dropped to less than 58,000 this year from more than 80,000 in 2018, with the worst decline in the state of New South Wales, where the numbers have dropped by 41%. "The declines are quite dramatic," said Australian Koala Foundation Chair Deborah Tabart on Tuesday.
Glasgow School of Art said it will announce an interim chairperson as soon as possible.
Princess Beatrice was delighted to tell the world she had welcomed her baby girl. Initially the Princess and husband Mr Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi kept their news private over the weekend after reports that she had been admitted to hospital. Buckingham Palace on Monday announced the safe arrival of the couple’s daughter on Saturday 18thSeptember 2021, at 23.42, at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London.
Only travellers who have been fully vaccinated with a recognised vaccine will be welcomed, with a test within three days of the flight
It has emerged that the record peacetime public borrowing to pay for the coronavirus crisis during the last financial year has been revised even higher to reflect fears more than £20bn of government-backed loans will never be repaid. The revelation was made by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in its latest update on the state of the nation's finances. It reported that a provision just shy of £21bn had been made for defaults under loan schemes for firms, such as the bounce back loan scheme, which shelled out £80bn to help companies navigate pandemic disruption.
Demand soars for monoclonal antibody treatments in states with low vaccination ratesBiden’s new state-based distribution plan sparks backlash from some officials A monoclonal antibody treatment site in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Governor Ron DeSantis promotes the antibody treatment even as he opposes vaccine and mask mandates. Photograph: Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images
Windrush victims launch legal action over compensation delaysHenry Vaughan and Fitzroy Maynard sue Home Office, saying delays have caused them years of stress Henry Vaughan photographed near his bedsit in north London. The stress of having to prove he was in the UK legally has triggered serious health problems. Photograph: Sarah Lee/The Guardian
A bronze bust of Burt Reynolds, featuring his famous cowboy hat and even more famous mustache, now adorns his grave
Campaigners filmed sitting in middle of carriageway as they call on government to better insulate homes
Bryson DeChambeau sought to play down his dispute with his Ryder Cup teammate Brooks Koepka, insisting it had been fuelled by people other than themselves.
Justin Trudeau thanked his supporters for ensuring “brighter days ahead” on Tuesday as he clung onto power in Canada’s snap election. In a victory speech in Montreal in the early hours, Mr Trudeau said Canadians had voted to “send Canada through the pandemic” after his main rival conceded defeat. Mr Trudeau decided to gamble on an early vote and capitalise on his government’s handling of the pandemic, which included massive spending to support individuals and businesses and a push for high vaccination rates.
Meet the women fighting for abortion rights in one of Europe's smallest statesView on euronews
The first asylum seekers were moved onto the site on September 21, 2020, but the barracks is still being used twelve moths on.
Health officials in the Thai capital have made headway in their effort to vaccinate children against the coronavirus, giving shots of the Pfizer vaccine to students aged 12 to 18 with underlying diseases
A woman found dead near a community centre in southeast London has been named as a 28-year-old primary school teacher. Sabina Nessa's body was found near the OneSpace venue in Kidbrooke Park Road, the Royal Borough of Greenwich, on Saturday, the Metropolitan Police said. The force said a post-mortem carried out on Monday was inconclusive, and Ms Nessa's family have been told.
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Patients have the right to see their GPs face-to-face, the Prime Minister has said, as practices were put under pressure to move away from an over-reliance on digital consultations.
Australia's cancellation of a multi-billion euro submarine order with Paris was an 'attack' against European interests, an MEPView on euronews