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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.
LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the issue of taxation when he met Amazon's founder Jeff Bezos in New York, Downing Street said. "The prime minister raised the issue of taxation, and hoped progress could be [made] in implementing the G7 agreement on tax," a Downing Street spokesperson said in a readout of the meeting. Bezos pledged on Monday to give away $1 billion in grants this year to focus on efforts around conservation.
It comes after Kwasi Kwarteng said there would be no bailout for energy firms that go to the wall amid rising gas prices.
Remarks are latest allegations that Democrat is too old to be president, and ignored Donald Trump’s golfing time
The duke would play a trick on his grandchildren and end up covering the ceiling with mustard, the royal family has said.
The opposition accused the prime minister of calling an unnecessary early vote for his own personal ambition.View on euronews
Dancing, starry dwarf and narrow-mouthed: new species make India a frog paradise. Dozens of discoveries in recent years have shown the country to be a treasure trove of amphibians
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Troubled maternity wards still jeopardising patients, watchdog warns. CQC inspection of nine struggling units suggests mothers and babies remain at risk from poor care and closed systems
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.
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
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.
Going nowhere soon, as passport problems mount. My passport has been stuck with the courier for ages – I’ve missed my holiday and I need to open bank accounts
The author saw two close friends die in the battle, and fought across ground filled with rotting dead bodies in one of the deadliest battles in human history.
Twitter said Monday it will pay $809.5 million to settle a consolidated class action lawsuit alleging that the company misled investors about how much its user base was growing and how much users interacted with its platform
Trouble in paradise! The White Lotus cast – ranked by awfulnessPrivileged, greedy, traitorous and pretending to be woke – the characters in HBO’s hotel drama hit new lows in villainy. But who was the worst? Campaigning for change, as long as it doesn’t cut into their privilege … Sydney Sweeney as Olivia (left) and Brittany O’Grady as Paula. Photograph: HBO
Labour should be approaching its party conference with hope, not despair . Economic woe is about to collide with the Tories’ empty promises – giving the opposition a chance to prove itself to the electorate
Maggots and mayhem: a day on a bin round in broken Brexit BritainThanks to the HGV driver shortage, many refuse collectors are quitting to earn up to £30,000 more driving lorries. But what does this mean for our streets, as the rubbish and recycling piles ever higher? ‘Sometimes the smell is that bad you think: how was that ever edible?’ … Andy Gee with his recycling truck in Torbay, Devon. Photograph: Mark Passmore/Apex
Fit washing machines with filters to reduce microplastic pollution, MPs say. Women’s Institute supports initiative, urging manufacturers to take action on plastic microfibres
Weatherwatch: the slow death of tall trees by lightning strikesEcologists monitoring damage to older trees, vital to the rainforest ecosystem A fallen redwood continues to burn in Big Basin Redwoods state park, California, last year, eight months after a lightning strike ignited hundreds of wildfires. Photograph: Marcio José Sánchez/AP