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WTF! Now swearing on telly is off the taboo listExpletives may have lost some of their power to shock, but language is still weaponised by our leaders in dangerous ways Peter Capaldi, who plays legendary swearer Malcolm Tucker in The Thick Of It, harangues his hapless colleague Ollie (Chris Addison). Photograph: AA Film Archive/Alamy
The reigning world champion pipped fellow Briton Lando Norris to victory at the Russian Grand Prix.
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Jurgen Klopp says Brentford were worthy of their point in ‘wild’ 3-3 draw
Child refugees were ‘dumped’ in unsafe hotel, claims Brighton council. Law firm says attempts to evaluate a 15-year-old Afghan held in a hotel had been prevented, breaching the child’s rights
Iceland on Sunday became the first country in Europe to have more women than men in parliament, a day after a general election that left the future of the left-right coalition in doubt despite it winning a clear majority.
Anthony Joshua's reign as world heavyweight champion has ended and hopes of a unification showdown with fellow Brit Tyson Fury scuppered, after Oleksandr Usyk claimed a stunning unanimous decision win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Ukrainian Usyk won on a points decision after 12 rounds at the north London stadium, meaning he takes Joshua's IBF, WBA and WBO belts. The 34-year-old became the third man, after Evander Holyfield and David Haye, to win world titles at cruiserweight then heavyweight.
Israel is pressing ahead with its aggressive campaign of offering coronavirus boosters to almost anyone over 12 and says its approach was further vindicated by a U.S. decision to give the shots to older patients or those at higher risk
More than 100 people gathered at General Gordon Square in Woolwich to hold a vigil in memory of 15-year-old Tamim Ian Habimana, who was stabbed to death while walking home in south-east London. His mother, Hawa Haragakiza, called for more to be done to protect people on the UK’s streets.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells the United Nations that no country should exploit the turmoil in Afghanistan for its own advantage after Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan appealed for nations to work with the Taliban.
"It’s a shame because I feel like it’s a great opportunity for good to happen."
A French serviceman was killed early on Friday in a clash with an armed militant group in Mali, French officials said. More than 50 French soldiers have died in the region since Paris deployed a counterterrorism force in 2013 to drive back Islamist militant groups that had seized cities and towns in northern Mali. According to a statement from the French defence ministry, the soldier who was killed, Maxime Blasco, was part of a French unit deployed to a forested area near Mali's border with Burkina Faso.
Nebraska billionaire Walter Scott has died at the age of 90
Workers’ rights or the far right: who was behind Melbourne’s pandemic protests?The anti-lockdown movement ‘opportunistically’ latched onto the frustrations of construction workers, experts say The Melbourne protests were both an expression of frustration by a group of legitimate blue-collar workers and a conspiracy-driven swamp of anti-lockdown campaigners, libertarians and neo-Nazis. Photograph: Darrian Traynor/Getty Images
Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner said she would only apologise if Boris Johnson said sorry for past comments.
The hunt is on to also find 5,500 poultry staff to tackle shortages – but visas will only ‘be valid until 24 December’
Police said a vehicle laden with explosives rammed into cars and trucks at a checkpoint leading to the entrance of the Presidential Palace, killing at least eight people
Transport secretary accused of ‘disgraceful attack’ and of ‘shamefully passing the buck’ for filling station queues
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said voters are prepared to give his party a fair hearing as he dismissed Boris Johnson as an untrustworthy “showman”.
The victim was killed in front of "countless" onlookers.