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Alexa-Leigh Blakemore suffered a fractured skull and bleeding on the brain.
The group will shut 11 of its 20 stores in France due to disruption to exports from the UK to Europe after Brexit.
Prices of electricity on the day-ahead market peaked at £2,500.01 per MWh for delivery between 7pm and 8pm on the N2EX exchange
"Our laughs and giggles and our ups and downs will forever be in my heart."
Falling emissions have been spurred on by a push for more electrification.
Australia, Britain and the United States have informed the U.N. atomic watchdog of their new security partnership that will help Australia acquire nuclear submarines, and both sides plan to "engage" over the coming months, the watchdog said on Thursday. The International Atomic Energy Agency is tasked with keeping track of all nuclear material in countries that, like Australia, have ratified the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) so as to make sure none of it is being siphoned off for use in a nuclear bomb - an area of IAEA work known as safeguards.
The musician’s tour dates will commence in 2022 in the US and go through to summer 2023.
Production of forever chemicals emits potent greenhouse gases, analysis findsEPA data reveals that one of America’s biggest PFAS-making plants is second largest polluter of highly damaging HCFC-22 gas Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data shows that the Daikin plant in Decatur, Alabama, has released the equivalent of more than 1bn pounds of carbon dioxide. Photograph: Pablo Martínez Monsiváis/AP
‘Big fan of Churchill’ has spoken out on ‘snowflakes’ and her experience as a novelist
Jeremy Denk and friends – an intimate performance that invited the audience inLammermuir festivalA chamber music programme of Ives and Schubert saw Denk, the festival’s artist-in-residence, at his best ‘A multi-faceted, intelligent pianist’… Jeremy Denk at the Lammermuir festival. Photograph: Robin Mitchell
The UK, US and Australia have agreed to co-operate on the acquisition of a new fleet of nuclear-powered submarines for the Australian navy.
Ben Wallace advises sacked former cabinet colleagues not to "take it personally", saying it is "the nature of the British political system". The defence secretary says he is "incredibly privileged" to be remaining in his position but realises "there is a political bus out there that will flatten me".
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah, also known as Lady Phyll, is executive director of Kaleidoscope Trust.
Edinburgh author Ian Rankin has completed an unfinished work by William McIlvanney, who was a pioneer in the field of Scottish crime writing.
She’s dressed everyone from Rihanna to Bella Hadid, and now she’s back at London Fashion Week after a two-year hiatus. Chloe Street meets Supriya Lele, the new name to know
The move follows similar announcements from Home Bargains, Poundland, Morrisons, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Marks & Spencer.
The former Good Morning Britain host was honoured at the Tric awards.
SpaceX has successfully launched the first all-civilian crew into orbit as part of the Inspiration4 mission. The four-person crew lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, just after 8pm local time on Wednesday (1am BST, Thursday). The Crew Dragon capsule will spend three days in space before returning to Earth and landing in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
The head of the United Nations is calling for “immediate, rapid and large-scale” cuts in greenhouse gas emissions to curb global warming
Stewart cautioned that the Red Bull driver is still in the “puppy” stage of his career