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Michaela Coel dedicates her win to all survivors of sexual assault
Michaela Coel dedicates her win to all survivors of sexual assault
The London Stock Exchange Group confirmed a 25% pay increase for its CEO David Schwimmer on Monday, saying most shareholders backed the package to reflect the exchange's $27 billion takeover of data and analytics company Refinitiv. Shareholders at the annual meeting in April voted by 76.5% in favour of the pay package, but given that 23% had rejected the pay increase, the board had said it would consult further with shareholders. "These engagements confirmed that the large majority of shareholders continue to support the decision and recommendations of the Remuneration Committee as the Group becomes a significantly larger and global business," LSEG said in a statement on Monday.
Ministers should resign for briefing out details of the budget in advance of the chancellor's address to MPs on Wednesday, the Speaker has suggested. Sir Lindsay Hoyle made his feelings known in the Commons after a weekend of announcements revealing the contents of Rishi Sunak's budget. "At one time, ministers did the right thing if they briefed before a budget - they walked," he said.
Sudanese armed forces have fired live rounds on people protesting against an apparent military coup in Khartoum, the government said on Monday, as the country's top general dissolved the transitional government.
Israel's deputy foreign minister said on Sunday that the Biden administration may shelve its plan to reopen a U.S diplomatic mission for Palestinians in Jerusalem after Israel voiced opposition to such a move. The Jerusalem consulate was subsumed into the U.S. Embassy that was moved to the contested city from Tel Aviv in 2018 by the administration of former President Donald Trump - a reversal of U.S. policy hailed by Israel and condemned by Palestinians.
Ancient Egyptians might have been carrying out sophisticated mummifications 1,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to new findings.
Social media abuse “which rots away the very foundations of society” must be stopped, 50 Conservative MPs have told technology giants.
While the UK Government has now embarked on a programme of starting to offer 8.5 million who are eligible a third booster vaccine, the number of people in the world’s poorest countries who have been fully vaccinated is just 1.3 per cent. Earlier this year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised to supply 100 million surplus vaccines within the next year to poor countries but, as with so many of his promises, he has delivered fewer than 10 per cent of this figure. The lack of equitable global vaccine distribution should be a source of great shame for Britain and other rich nations.
‘In her memory, a simple, easy pledge,’ TV showrunner said
Climate change is more of a threat to the Indo-Pacific region than a great power war, the president of the Pacific’s Federated States of Micronesia has warned in an interview with The Telegraph.
The NHS is to get a £6 billion Budget boost for operations and screening in a bid to reduce record backlogs, Rishi Sunak will announce this week.
'World's smallest Primark' created at Legoland Discovery
Countess Margit Széchényi, who has died aged 96, not only survived the indignities imposed on her and her class by the postwar Soviet puppet regime in Hungary; in many ways, she triumphed over them.
Rishi Sunak has refused to be drawn on the future of the eastern leg of HS2 just three days before announcing his spending plans in the autumn Budget later this week. Deflecting a question on the matter on Sky's Trevor Phillips on Sunday, the chancellor also failed to confirm whether a new Northern Powerhouse Rail link from Leeds to Manchester via Bradford would be built. An announcement on the matter will be made "shortly", Mr Sunak said.
‘If you met him once you made a friend for life,’ family says of actor
The shadow chancellor said ripping up Labour’s flagship programme was ‘an act of criminality’.
Tyler was known to millions of fans as quirky coffee shop worker Gunther.
Sajid Javid ‘leaning towards’ mandatory Covid jab for NHS staff. Health secretary yet to make final decision on whether to bring NHS in line with care home sector in England
The Bank of England is examining whether mortgage lenders could go bust due to the cladding crisis, The Telegraph can disclose, as Labour figures separately reveal that insurance premiums for affected flats have increased enormously.
The supermarket giant said it had suffered an outage due to an attempt to ‘interfere’ with its systems.
Mil ovejas merinas y cien cabras retintas del rebaño trashumante se encuentran ya en la Comunidad de Madrid para transitar este domingo por la calle Mayor y el Paseo de Recoletos de Madrid, entre otras céntricas vías, en la XXVIII Fiesta de la Trashumancia. El rebaño trashumante, guiado por la Asociación Trashumancia y Naturaleza y la Asociación Concejo de la Mesta, regresa así a la región tras haber pasado este verano en los pastos del Norte de España. Los animales salieron el 25 de septiembre de Cervera de Pisuerga y Polentinos en la Cordillera Cantábrica Palentina. Han recorrido durante este mes de trashumancia el Cordel Cerverano que no se utilizaba desde hace más de medio siglo y la Cañada Real Leonesa Oriental para cruzar este sábado 16 de octubre el Parque Nacional de Guadarrama para ser recibidos ese día el Collado del Arcipreste por las autoridades municipales de Guadarrama. El rebaño está dirigido por Jesús Garzón, presidente de Trashumancia y Naturaleza y del Concejo de la Mesta, por Marity González, primera Mayorala del Concejo de la Mesta, por tres pastores y un hatero, defendido por 6 perros mastines, 4 careas vascos y 1 carea leones, que ayudan a los pastores en su manejo. La Comunidad de Madrid, con 3.700 kilómetros de vías pecuarias y una superficie de 12.600 hectáreas (el 3,3 por ciento de la región), "en su mayoría perfectamente señalizadas, constituye un extraordinario ejemplo de región densamente poblada y urbanizada que ha sabido respetar este patrimonio único de red de vías pecuarias", señalan los organizadores de esta fiesta que, además de apostar por la recuperación de esta forma de pastoreo como forma de proteger el patrimonio inmaterial y el medio ambiente, reclaman cada año el mantenimiento y la protección de las cañadas y vías pecuarias en España. Garzón ha indicado que el rebaño está colaborando con el proyecto 'Life' de la Universidad Autónoma y la Comunidad de Madrid, que tiene como objetivos "fundamentales" la conservación de la biodiversidad a través de las vías pecuarias.