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Michael McCormack says coal here to stay as G7 countries commit to decarbonised power by the 2030sCoal ‘pays for a lot of barista machines’ for inner-city cafes and will play a part for many years to come, acting prime minister says As G7 summit commits members to phasing out government support for fossil fuel, acting PM Michael McCormack says coal is here to stay and ‘we will decide what’s in Australia’s best interests’. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP
A new Guardians of the Galaxy game is on the way from Square Enix and Eidos Montréal.
Muslim support for Labour party falling, polling shows. Starmer warned party cannot take historic support for granted as poll also shows drop in his personal rating
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The prime minister is expected to announce a four-week delay to the planned end of restrictions.
Police smash car window to rescue dogs trapped in 24C heat
The Queen's grandson Peter Phillips and his estranged wife, Autumn, have agreed a divorce settlement, narrowly avoiding a courtroom showdown. The couple, who have two daughters aged 10 and nine, confirmed that they had resolved the financial aspects of their divorce "amicably". It came just hours after a five-day trial had been scheduled to begin at the High Court. It was called off minutes before it was due to start. The couple announced last February that they were divorcing after 12 years of
Government set to push ahead with cut to support while extending forced closures of businesses
French nuclear firm trying to fix ‘performance issue’ at China plant. EDF subsidiary reportedly warned of ‘imminent radiological threat’ at Taishan nuclear power plant
Peugeot is kickstarting its new electric performance division with the 508 PSE. Ted Welford finds out what it’s like.
Hugs and indoor socialising have returned, along with capacity restrictions in place for larger events and performances
Katie Price and her 19-year-old son made a memorable appearance on Monday's edition of GMB.
An anti-LGBT+ Christian activist has claimed the Biden administration is recruiting lesbians to create a “demonic military” to help the Antichrist “rise and take over the world”.
Christchurch attacks: producer resigns from film They Are Us as criticism growsJacinda Ardern says subject still feels ‘very raw’ amid ongoing accusations that film sidelines Muslim victims of 2019 massacre Jacinda Ardern is to be played by Rose Byrne in the film They Are Us, about the Christchurch mosque attacks in New Zealand. Photograph: Don Arnold/WireImage
An England fan is in a serious condition in hospital after falling from the stands at Wembley during Sunday's Euro 2020 game against Croatia, officials have said. UEFA is investigating after the England supporter fell just after the game kicked off in London at 2pm. "We can confirm that a spectator fell from the stands just after kick-off in the match between England and Croatia at Wembley Stadium," a spokesperson for the ground said in a statement.
Downing Street has defended Boris Johnson’s beach barbecue at the G7 summit, as photos of the world leaders mingling without social distancing sparked anger among hospitality chiefs. The Prime Minister and his wife Carrie hosted the informal gathering in the late evening sun on Saturday on wooden decking above the sands of Carbis Bay. Images emerged of the senior politicians and their spouses enjoying an aerial acrobatics display by the Red Arrows, before standing around chatting in loose groups
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Father of missing girl killed her to silence sexual abuse claims, court toldParents of Bernadette Walker, 17, from Peterborough, told police she had run away, says prosecutor The court heard how Bernadette Walker’s parents sent messages from her phone to friends and family pretending to be her. Photograph: Bedfordshire police/PA
‘Did you order the assassination of the woman who walked into the Congress and who was shot and killed by a policeman?’