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Andy Haldane to head new ‘taskforce’ – after prime minister admitted he had only ‘the skeleton’ of a plan
It's held disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein, rapper Tupac Shakur and ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn: New York's notorious Rikers Island prison is now under intense scrutiny over the deaths of at least nine inmates this year.
‘We thought we were mates’: French ambassador laments subterfuge en route to Sydney airportJean-Pierre Thebault was angry about Aukus as he left Australia on Saturday night, saying: ‘It’s like in a couple, you know, when you commit … you don’t run away’Australia ‘regrets’ France’s recall of ambassadorGet our free news app; get our morning email briefing France's ambassador to Australia, Jean-Pierre Thebault, arrives at Sydney airport on Saturday night. Photograph: David Gray/AP
British boxer Amir Khan was removed from a flight in the US over an alleged row about face coverings. The 34-year-old, who has also appeared on reality television shows including I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, said he was given a police escort off the plane and "banned" from travelling by American Airlines. Khan said he was trying to fly to a training camp in Colorado from New York, but he and a colleague were removed when someone complained his colleague's mask "was not high enough".
Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical “Belfast,” a black-and-white family drama about the Northern Ireland city in the tumult of the late 1960s, on Saturday won the Toronto International Film Festival’s People’s Choice Award, a telling indicator of Academy Awards chances
Covid and Afghanistan expose ‘inadequate’ National Security Council – but prime minister poised to attend far fewer discussions
Texts and letters will be on way from NHS England
Rising gas prices and Boris Johnson’s trip to the US feature among the stories on Sunday’s front pages.
Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown says he asked for ‘lighter touch’ in response to pandemic
The Duke of Edinburgh was a great listener, who liked barbeques and watching the Hairy Bikers, members of his family have revealed. The Duke of Sussex has spoken for the first time about his grandfather since his death in April, saying he gave him the space to talk about his time in Afghanistan. Prince Harry was twice deployed to Helmand province during the UK's military operations, and in a BBC tribute programme to Prince Philip he describes how his grandfather would "never probe" but listen.
New Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has defended the UK's "hard-headed" security pact with the US and Australia, amid a deepening diplomatic row with France. The AUKUS deal saw the UK, Australia and the US form a security pact to develop and deploy a new fleet of nuclear-powered submarines, adding to the Western military presence in the Pacific region.
‘The electoral arithmetic is clear – these Conservatives can’t be defeated next time unless we Liberal Democrats win Tory seats’
‘Table for one? Yes, please’ – the joy of eating alone. More of us are cooking or eating solo – it’s time to break free from the stigma of dining alone
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) -World leaders are returning to the United Nations in New York this week with a focus on boosting efforts to fight both climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, which last year forced them to send video statements for the annual gathering. As the coronavirus still rages amid an inequitable vaccine rollout, about a third of the 193 U.N. states are planning to again send videos, but presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers for the remainder are due to travel to the United States. The United States tried to dissuade leaders from coming to New York in a bid to stop the U.N. General Assembly from becoming a "super-spreader event," although President Joe Biden will address the assembly in person, his first U.N. visit since taking office.
Police searched a nature reserve for Brian Laundrie, the fiance of missing 22-year-old Gabby Petito, in North Port, Florida, on September 18.Petito was reported missing by her family on September 11 and was believed to be in Teton National Park in Wyoming while traveling with Laundrie at the time, according to North Port Police.Multiple agencies including local police and the FBI were involved in the search for Laundrie in Carlton Reserve on Saturday; however, he was not wanted for any crime. Laundrie had entered the area earlier in the week, police said.This video posted to Facebook by the Lee County Sheriff was taken by a drone used in the search of Carlton Reserve. Credit: Lee County Sheriff via Storyful
The biggest night in US TV is returning to Los Angeles.
Israeli forces have rearrested the last two of six Palestinian prisoners who escaped a maximum-security Israeli prison two weeks ago
15 celebrities make launch show line-up
‘Persuasion first, violence later’: the Taliban’s new vice and virtue approachIn his first interview with western media, Kandahar’s enforcer promises that things will be different from the brutal 1990s A Taliban policeman slaps a boy for loitering. Force is now supposed to be a last resort, according to Kandahar’s new vice and virtue chief. Photograph: Oliver Weiken/DPA
British gangs and international rivals join forces to increase cocaine sales. Analysis by National Crime Agency finds more than 1,700 UK criminal groups involved in drug supply