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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
THE CLIMATE COLUMN: Decades of voting, protests, lobbying and petitions have not resulted in what we need the government to do – there’s only one option left, and that’s peaceful (but disruptive) direct action
Angela Merkel, Germany’s first female chancellor, has been praised by many for her pragmatic leadership in a turbulent world and celebrated by some as a feminist icon
Legal papers have been filed in New York
National Express would own around 75% of the combined group and Stagecoach shareholders around 25% under terms of the possible deal.
‘In extreme situations, it’s reasonable to take extreme actions’, says Green MP
The Taliban have announced a list of deputy ministers, failing to name any women, despite an international outcry when they presented their all-male Cabinet ministers earlier this month
Speaking to Kay Burley, Kwasi Kwarteng also said that the carbon dioxide shortage that has affected some food and drink production could be solved by the end of the week. Asked about the energy crisis, Mr Kwarteng said there are "lots of options" at the disposal of ministers. Mr Kwarteng insisted it was a "myth" that the UK supply of gas could run out and stressed "security of supply is not an issue".
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
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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.
Liberal MPs need more than tepid climate signalling to overcome Joyce and Canavan’s coal cosplayThe moderates are mobilising – and the prime minister’s office knows it The Australian deputy prime minister, Barnaby Joyce, did not disavow Matt Canavan’s desire for a new coal plant in Queensland. Photograph: Lukas Coch/AAP
‘You don’t get the Jedi story. You don’t get the magic of ‘Star Wars’. You’re getting rid of Han Solo?’ she said
Campaigners filmed sitting in middle of carriageway as they call on government to better insulate homes
Insulate Britain activists block junctions to call for climate action
Country diary: fungi like ripe peach flesh magnifies the veteran oaks. Moccas Park, Herefordshire: One of Britain’s finest woods illustrates that nature cannot be easily measured by net gain
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.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng insisted he was focused on helping ‘vulnerable’ customers heat their homes.
The US has confirmed it will reopen to fully vaccinated foreign nationals from ‘early November’
The influenza pandemic in 1918 killed over 50 million people globally