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Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries visits the Worcestershire Medal Service in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal is being struck ahead of next year's celebrations. The medal will be awarded to serving frontline staff with five years' service, including police, fire, paramedic and prison staff and armed forces personnel. Exclusive footage of the previously unseen medal and interviews with Nadine Dorries and Worcestershire Medal Service chief executive Phil McDermott.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells the United Nations that no country should exploit the turmoil in Afghanistan for its own advantage after Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan appealed for nations to work with the Taliban.
More than 100 people gathered at General Gordon Square in Woolwich to hold a vigil in memory of 15-year-old Tamim Ian Habimana, who was stabbed to death while walking home in south-east London. His mother, Hawa Haragakiza, called for more to be done to protect people on the UK’s streets.
The mini-series has been titled The Reckoning.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) -Hundreds of protesters marched against the introduction of a "corona pass" in the Netherlands on Saturday, as proof of COVID-19 vaccination became compulsory to get into bars, restaurants, theatres and other venues. Hours after the requirement to show the pass or a recent negative coronavirus test took effect, the government of caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte sacked a cabinet minister who had publicly questioned the measure. Rutte's office said Deputy Economic Affairs Minister Mona Keijzer had been dismissed because her comments went against cabinet policy on an issue "of such importance and weight".
The town of Greenville, California was completely burned to the ground almost two months ago when the Dixie Fire tore through the area. Buildings lay in ruins, cars sit scorched and trees stand charred after what the governer called a "climate-induced" wildfire. Climate change amplifies droughts, creating ideal conditions for wildfires to spread out of control and inflict unprecedented material and environmental damage.
A Labour MP was wrong to say that "only women have a cervix", party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said. Rosie Duffield has been criticised for her opposition to transgender women being able to access single-sex spaces such as domestic violence refuges, school toilets and prisons. The Canterbury MP is not attending Labour's conference in Brighton on security advice after allegedly getting threats.
Authorities have closed La Palma's airport as a new vent opened in an erupting volcano, spreading more ash across the island. Flights to and from the Spanish island have been cancelled as a result of the volcanic eruption that has lasted nearly a week. La Palma Airport operator Aena said on Twitter that plane traffic was suspended "due to the accumulation of ash" in the air.
The transport secretary has said there would be no fuel queues if motorists filled up as normal as he accused a haulage group of triggering the "manufactured situation". Speaking to Sky News' Trevor Phillips on Sunday programme, Grant Shapps insisted there was "plenty of fuel" and urged the public to be "sensible" as some retailers were forced to shut their pumps and ration sales in the face of long lines at petrol stations for a third day. The supply crisis has been caused by a shortage of fuel tanker drivers.
Great British Bake Off star John Whaite came joint second on the leaderboard in the competition’s first all-male pairing.
A man has died in Lebanon after swallowing petrol he was siphoning out of his vehicle's tank, according to the country's national news agency. The Lebanese National News Agency said the young man in the northern town of Bhannine died in hospital. The Syrian man's death comes as Lebanon struggles with a fuel shortage that has forced many businesses to close and left people relying on the black market.
Iceland on Sunday became the first country in Europe to have more women than men in parliament, a day after a general election that left the future of the left-right coalition in doubt despite it winning a clear majority.
Posters celebrating the NHS, Clement Attlee and Nye Bevan. But no gifts celebrating Labour's most electorally successful prime minister Tony Blair.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said voters are prepared to give his party a fair hearing as he dismissed Boris Johnson as an untrustworthy “showman”.
The Guardian view on Starmer’s Labour: time to take on the ToriesThe Labour leader must know his party faces existential implications if it suffers a historic fifth election defeat Sir Keir Starmer in Brighton for the Labour party conference. ‘Sir Keir needs a message that is both combative and hopeful.’ Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters
Transport secretary accused of ‘disgraceful attack’ and of ‘shamefully passing the buck’ for filling station queues
Viewers said their screens were showing a still from a programme for about 25 minutes before returning to normal broadcasting.
"It’s a shame because I feel like it’s a great opportunity for good to happen."
'Call the Midwife' is back on screens for another snowy special.
We should not allow the Anglosphere to distort the history of libertyThe Aukus deal reveals some still prefer to perpetuate the myth of the Anglo-Saxons as defenders of liberty than face the reality of today’s struggles President Joe Biden announces the Aukus deal with Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison Photograph: Kent Nishimura/Los Angeles Times/REX/Shutterstock