The space tourism company is not having the first quarter investors were hoping for, and its second quarter will probably be another disappointment.
Few tears likely to be shed as plan for No 10 TV press briefings droppedAnalysis: Insiders say plan had been ‘kicked down the road for so long’ it was inevitable it would be dropped Allegra Stratton has been handed a new role as spokeswoman for this autumn’s Cop26 – the global climate change conference. Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA
Daughter of Trevor Phillips dies after 22-year anorexia struggleSister writes that Sushila, 36, a freelance journalist, was ‘a best friend and an inspiration’ Broadcaster and anti-racism campaigner Trevor Phillips with his daughter Sushila in 1999. Photograph: Nigel Howard/Evening Standard/Rex/Shutterstock
The ad will air starting on Thursday in Palm Beach, Florida – where Mar-a-Lago is based
Air ambulances will now be forced to land at a nearby airport before transferring patients to a hospital.
Doncaster, Luton and Slough are currently recording the highest rates.
Johnson can thwart the SNP if he offers Scotland single market accessIf the Scottish economy aligned with the EU, it could bring financial benefits and slow down the independence movement SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon on the campaign trail in Ayr this week. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/AFP/Getty Images
Britain's medicines regulator on Thursday said there had been 168 major blood clots following a dose of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, a rate of 7.9 clots per million doses, a jump in incidence from the previous week's figure. This was up from the 100 cases reported last week, when the overall case incidence was 4.9 per million doses. There has been scrutiny of the AstraZeneca vaccine on the issue of the very rare clots and some countries, including Britain, have recommended that only people over a certain age get the shot.
Extinction Rebellion protesters used hammers and chisels to shatter windows at HSBC’s headquarters in London’s Canary Wharf on April 22.According to the group, nine women took part in the protest, which was scheduled for 7 am.Extinction Rebellion said they were protesting the bank’s climate plan. The plan “still allows the bank to finance coal power, and provides no basis to turn away clients or cancel contracts based on links to the fossil fuel industry,” the group said.A spokesperson for HSBC was quoted by the BBC as saying: “We welcome meaningful dialogue on our climate strategy; however, we cannot condone vandalism or actions that put people and property at risk.”The bank says it is aiming to bring financed emissions to net-zero by 2050. Credit: William Watson/Extinction Rebellion UK via Storyful
The blast was a second incident in days and emphasised tinderbox nature of the region
We all have our favourite movie trilogies, but can you remember the individual titles of the films?
Jeanette Whittle, 44, and Rhianne Halton, 19, from Torquay, died within weeks of one another and were laid to rest at a joint funeral.
Tens of thousands turn out in support of imprisoned Kremlin critic, who is currently on hunger strike
UK universities urge government to be ‘proportionate’ in free speech legislation. Members of the Russell Group are concerned at extra bureaucracy and say they already work to uphold free speech
Lateral flow tests for pregnant women and their partners are among measures ‘urgently’ recommended by NHS England.
Chisora (32-10, 23 KOs) meets Parker (28-2, 21 KOs) in the Manchester Arena on 1 May
Country has second highest cases after US
‘World’s worst outbreak’: what India’s papers say as coronavirus crisis toll mounts. Newspapers warn that the situation shows no sign of improving, and calls on warring politicians to cooperate to beat the virus
Lockdown roadmap could have to be adjusted, says member of Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation
‘You gotta let the jury speak, it’s the American way’
Joe Biden’s billions won’t stop Brazil destroying the Amazon rainforestFunds offered to persuade Jair Bolsonaro’s ruinous government to stop deforestation are meant well, but badly misjudgedMarina Silva and Rubens Ricupero are former Brazilian environment ministers ‘Jair Bolsonaro’s government has transformed Brazil into an environmental pariah, the world’s greatest destroyer of tropical forests.’ Photograph: Brasil2/Getty Images