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The Business Secretary has insisted consumers will not be cut off amid fears more companies could go to the wall.
NSW Covid update: cases drop to three-week low of 935, but deaths yet to peak. Premier Gladys Berejiklian has warned again that Covid deaths will keep rising and people should ‘brace ourselves for October being the worst month’
Family of the victims have been informed
‘We felt fooled’: France still furious after Australia scraps $90bn submarine deal‘Maybe we’re not friends,’ recalled ambassador says, claiming Scott Morrison ‘kept us in the dark intentionally’Follow our Covid live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app;get our morning email briefing France's ambassador to Australia Jean-Pierre Thebault at Sydney airport last week. He said his country had been the last to know that the Morrison government was tearing up its submarine contract. Photogr
Crisis talks for the energy industry and the death of a television star lead the front pages on Monday.
The 73rd Emmy Awards are underway this evening
A Labour MP has been forced to pull out of the party conference over her transgender views after extremists threatened her security.
At a hilltop research centre high above the canopy, Vincent Medjibe is assessing the power of Gabon’s forests.
Alarm raised over business ‘barriers’ which ‘cost jobs and money in the UK’ – as public unhappiness confirmed
‘The news about Gabby Petito is heartbreaking,’ brief statement says
Gordon Brown urges Joe Biden to avoid ‘vaccine waste disaster’ as ‘use by’ dates expire – ahead of UN summit
The US federal court examining Mexico's lawsuit against top US arms manufacturers has set deadlines for the case's first proceedings, foreign ministry officials said Sunday.
Kwasi Kwarteng holds talks with regulator Ofgem amid concern over market failures
Boris Johnson has admitted he is facing an uphill battle to convince world leaders to put up hard cash and hard commitments to reduce carbon emissions. Speaking on his way to New York for the UN General Assembly Summit, the prime minister conceded he had a 40% chance of failure in securing the $100bn he needs in financial pledges from rich nations to help developing countries go green by the critical COP26 climate change summit in November.
France has cancelled a meeting between Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly and her British counterpart planned for this week after Australia scrapped a submarine order with Paris in favour of a deal with Washington and London, two sources familiar with the matter said. Parly personally took the decision to drop the bilateral meeting with British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, the sources said.
MJ Rodriguez arrives at the Emmys making history as first trans nominee
“Ted Lasso” took the first two Emmys on Sunday as Hannah Waddingham and Brett Goldstein took supporting actor awards
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of “going into hiding” while Scotland’s NHS faces the gravest crisis in its history.
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New foreign secretary will demand ‘immediate and permanent release of all arbitrarily detained British nationals’