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Mood in Raab’s Surrey seat buoys Lib Dems on eve of party conference Party believes lack of support for Esher and Walton’s Tory MP shows ‘blue wall’ seats are ripe for the taking Monica Harding, the Lib Dem candidate in the last general election, is now leading their political campaign in the area. Photograph: Martin Godwin/The Guardian
Gas-powered home lawn-care machines for mowing, trimming and blowing have generally been accompanied by deafening roars and fumes
A 29-year-old man has been charged with stabbing his father to death in Bromley, southeast London. Police were called to Widmore Road just before 11pm on Tuesday where officers found 51-year-old Paul Maurice with multiple stab wounds. Following an appearance at Bromley Magistrates' Court on Thursday, he was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Monday 20 September.
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The Government said it has committed £5 billion to ‘getting to as close to 100% broadband across this country as fast as we possibly can’.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accepted China's invitation to attend the Beijing Olympics in February 2022, the RIA news agency quoted Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov as saying on Thursday. Russian athletes are barred from competing at major international events, including the Olympics, with their flag and anthem until December 2022. The country will compete at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics in February under the name "ROC", an acronym for the Russian Olympic Committee.
The £6 million Marble Arch mound fiasco has scuppered plans for a major make-over of Oxford Street before Christmas. Westminster council has shelved plans to create two temporary pedestrian piazzas on either side of Oxford Circus. The announcement came as the Tory council’s leader insisted full pedestrianisation of the street was “not an option” despite 20 per cent of its shops having been closed by the pandemic.
Fake stories of heroism and grief became so common in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers that they came to be known as the ‘9/11 sign’, writes Bevan Hurley
An IT consultant was detained in a prison cell for two hours after she was arrested for failing to wear a face mask in Waitrose.
The European Union set out a formal strategy on Thursday to increase its presence in the Indo-Pacific and counter China's rising power, although Australia's decision to cancel an arms contract with France may complicate cooperation. - TRADE: The EU will work to finalise trade negotiations with Australia and New Zealand, seek a deal with India and strengthen stronger ties with countries where it already has a trade deal, such as South Korea. The EU will also pursue a trade and investment agreement with Taiwan.
Acclaimed for both their boundary-pushing photo shoots and trans-activism, south London model and poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal tells Olive Pometsey how they teamed up with a pair of visual masterminds and musician James Lavelle to create an ethereal fashion dreamscape
Sky News has learnt that Premier League clubs were on Thursday sent a final draft of a new "Owners' Charter" that their controlling shareholders will be required to commit to annually or risk facing tough sanctions. A club executive said that the document would oblige clubs to avow their commitment to the English football pyramid - including promotion, relegation and qualification for cup competitions based on sporting merit - and to acting in good faith and with sporting integrity. Adhering to the charter would also prevent clubs engaging in the creation of any new tournament format not permitted by the Premier League's rules - effectively preventing any future bid to establish a European Super League (ESL).
On Sept. 14, the Department of Justice filed an emergency order requesting a temporary halt to Texas' new abortion law.
Police were called to the underground station shortly after 10.40pm to reports of a 30-year-old man injured from stab wounds to his arm and chest. Police arrested a man, 22, on suspicion of being in possession of an offensive weapon and he remains in custody, reports MyLondon. Both men were arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and taken into custody.
Government sources have suggested the update could take place today or tomorrow
London commuters battled travel mayhem on Thursday at rush hour after a person was hit by a train at Queenstown Road station. Paramedics rushed to the station, two stops before Waterloo for South Western Trains, at 8am on Thursday but the person was pronounced dead at the scene. Delays caused by the death would last until 2.30pm with reports of passengers being stuck on trains, South Western Rail said.
Elton John has said he recently suffered an injury in a fall and will postpone the British and European dates for his final tour.
In her hour-long speech, the Commission President failed to address the most immediate concerns of EU citizens and companies, argues law professor Alberto Alemanno. View on euronews
‘Kendall was calling my name and I couldn’t see who it was,’ Kim says