BAH earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.
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Leaders of the United States, Japan, India and Australia will agree to take steps to build secure semiconductor supply chains when they meet in Washington next week, the Nikkei business daily said on Saturday, citing a draft of the joint statement. U.S. President Joe Biden will host a first in-person summit of leaders of the "Quad" countries, which have sought to boost co-operation to push back against China's growing assertiveness. The draft says that in order to create robust supply chains, the four countries will ascertain their semiconductor supply capacities and identify vulnerability, the Nikkei said, without unveiling how it had obtained the document.
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Pep Guardiola admitted he felt “a bit guilty” after Manchester City failed to deliver a winning performance for their fans against Southampton on Saturday. The champions were held to a frustrating goalless draw in front of a near-capacity and vociferous crowd, as Guardiola had called for, at the Etihad Stadium.
More than a million people in England will receive an invitation to book their COVID-19 booster jab. Texts will be sent out on Monday, while letters will be posted to those who are eligible for a third coronavirus vaccine dose later in the week, NHS England said. Around 1.5 million people will be contacted and encouraged to use the National Booking Service.
He said that protecting customers from huge price rises was ‘an absolute priority’.
Up to 70 serving police officers have been drafted in to drive ambulances in London amid the growing crisis in the health service, The Telegraph can reveal.
A two-year-old girl was killed after falling from a horse during a hunt in North Yorkshire.
The NHS is drawing up plans to use ‘bots’ to tackle the Covid backlog by saving staff 500million hours of paperwork in four years.
Only copy to remain in private hands expected to fetch as much as $20m
UK teachers targeted by Covid anti-vaxxers as schools prepare to vaccinate pupils. One headteacher threatened with legal action by own governor over student jabs
The US Department of Justice is to review Trump-era policies on housing trans inmates in federal prisons.
The risks of catching the virus at home are ‘relatively high’ said Dr Simon Clarke, as travel rules were changed.
The Queen's own estate is to strengthen links to Stonewall’s diversity programmes despite internal fears over a backlash against the charity's controversial transgender position.
Nadine Dorries should write what she likes. And I’ll read what I likeHigh brow, low brow – for heaven’s sake, just pick up a book Prolific author and new culture secretary, Nadine Dorries, attends her first cabinet meeting. Photograph: Mark Thomas/REX/Shutterstock
Ministers have lost almost half a million pounds on the sale of just 36 flats affected by the cladding crisis, The Telegraph can disclose.
West Yorkshire: man arrested after boy, 9, dies in ‘hit and run’Man, 49, held on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after incident in Keighley on Friday Police said it was reported that a white van hit the boy and another pedestrian before making off from the scene. Photograph: Thrive Images/Alamy
The United States said Saturday it would ramp up deportation flights for thousands of migrants who flooded into the Texas border city of Del Rio, as authorities scramble to alleviate a burgeoning crisis for President Joe Biden's administration.
Britain's business minister Kwasi Kwarteng said protecting customers during a time of higher global gas prices was an absolute priority and he would meet industry bosses again on Sunday and Monday to work on the issue. Kwarteng met energy bosses and the regulator on Saturday and said afterwards that he had been reassured that security of supply was not an issue and that people would still receive gas and electricity uninterrupted, even if a supplier failed. "I will remain in constant contact with colleagues across government to manage the wider implications of the global gas price increase," he said on Twitter.
Red Bull argued there is a “likelihood of confusion" because both names “include the term bull”.