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The former PM has been given an ambassadorial role at the World Health Organisation.
Claim that Biden fell asleep while speaking to Bennett on 27 August has already been debunked
Can you solve it? Russia’s Prime Minister sets a geometry puzzleThe ruler with a ruler Russia’s Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin draws on a chalkboard while visiting the Kapitsa Physics and Technology Lyceum in the town of Dolgoprudny earlier this month. Photograph: Dmitry Astakhov/TASS
It definitely wasn’t the Pandemmys, or the Zoomemmys, or whatever you want to call last year’s virtual Emmy ceremony
Hertfordshire managing director Jenny Weiner, 32, shrank from a size 14 to a size 6 by working out between feeds and nappy changes
One month in Kabul under Taliban rule– a photo essay. Photojournalist Stefanie Glinski reports from Kabul on the events of the past four weeks and the capital’s new rulers
The bestselling author speaks to Natasha Mwansa about the UK publishing industry’s failings, the shared black female experience and her new book Sista Sister
The bird carcasses all had multiple bee stings on them, but no physical injuries, reveals preliminary analysis
Property investor Supermarket Income Reit has purchased six sites, used by some of the UK’s biggest grocers, for a combined price of £113 million. The company, which leases properties to businesses in the supermarket sector, said the sites, which comprise stores, car parks and in some cases petrol stations, have been acquired from different vendors. Supermarket chains saw sales leap during the pandemic, and a number of investors think properties used by firms in the industry will generate steady and long term rental income.
North Korea warned on Monday that the United States risked a dangerous nuclear arms race by providing submarine technology to Australia, criticising its "double standards" and vowing counter-measures. Last week, the United States clinched a new trilateral security partnership involving Britain to provide technological aid to Australia to build at least eight nuclear-powered submarines. North Korea joined China in decrying the U.S. decision as an "irresponsible one" that destroys regional peace and stability and global non-proliferation efforts.
(Reuters) -London's FTSE 100 ended at a two-month low on Monday, dragged down by heavyweight miners and banking stocks, while concerns about rising inflation also weighed on the index ahead of a rate decision by the Bank of England (BoE) this week. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index fell 0.9%. Miners Glencore and Anglo American and financial stocks Prudential and HSBC Holdings led the declines.
Lib Dem leader Ed Davey praised for scathing speech about Boris Johnson
Prince Andrew plans to challenge a U.S. court’s jurisdiction over a civil lawsuit by a woman who accused him of sexually assaulting and battering her two decades ago, according to a court filing on Monday. In the filing with the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, a lawyer for Andrew said the prince also plans to contest he was properly served with the lawsuit by Virginia Giuffre, who has said she was also abused by the financier Jeffrey Epstein. Ms Giuffre’s lawyers have said the documents were handed to a Metropolitan Police officer on duty at the main gates of Andrew’s home in Windsor Great Park on 27 August.
‘I was very thrown,’ tweeted one fan
The vaccine programme was extended to younger children after a recommendation from the UK’s four chief medical officers a week ago
Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey grabbed a first TD of the new season.
In parts of Ethiopia’s Tigray region, people now eat only green leaves for days
The accident happened near Loch Na Gainmhich in the far north of Scotland
The Crown star appeared at an event in London.
Detectives are asking for more witnesses after a concerned neighbour reported that they had seen a young girl in a car in Plevna Crescent, Tottenham at 6.40pm on Saturday. Alternatively tweet @MetCC, or to remain 100 per cent anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or visit crimestoppers-uk.org.