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Emergency crews raced to the scene in Highams Park this morning
Sir Trevor Phillips will return with a new series, Common Ground, from March.
Hippos can communicate with one another and tell the difference between the honking sounds of their friends, neighbours and strangers, a study has found.
The ONS said interest payments on government debt trebled to a higher-than-expected £8.1bn last month.
Toddler accidentally spends almost $2,000 on furniture at Walmart
Thailand has become the first country in Asia to approve the de facto decriminalisation of marijuana - giving people the green light to grow the plant at home. The country first legalised the use of marijuana in 2018 for medical use and research, but now the Narcotics Control Board has dropped it from its list of controlled drugs. People can grow cannabis plants at home under the new rule, but must notify their local government first, health minister Anutin Charnvirakul said.
New ITV series sees McClure play a hard-bitten bomb disposal specialist
Police are investigating the death of a man who was reportedly killed when an explosive vest he was wearing detonated while he was driving his car in the Australian city of Melbourne
In an emotional show during Paris Men's Fashion Week, Louis Vuitton showcased the late artistic director's last collection ever, which he designed before his untimely death in November 2021.
The US actress was described as a ‘powerful force of nature’ with ‘enough patience to fill 10 ships’.
Brussels has proposed labelling natural gas and nuclear as green energy sources, prompting a furious backlash.View on euronews
He could request Frank Sinatra before he could speak, and recites Noël Coward lyrics, but what does the singer-songwriter enjoy behind closed doors?
Germany's Lufthansa has rescheduled at least two flights to Ukraine this week, in one of the first changes to air traffic since the latest step-up in tensions between Russia and the West. A Lufthansa flight from Frankfurt to Kyiv on Sunday afternoon was moved to Monday morning, with Lufthansa service centre staff saying this was because crew could no longer stay in Kyiv overnight due to the current "problems", a Reuters reporter who witnessed the announcement said. Tensions have escalated after Russia massed an estimated 100,000 troops within reach of the Ukrainian border, although Moscow denies any intention of invading.
COP26 president Alok Sharma MP has told Sky News that extracting more gas from the North Sea is not a "realistic" strategy for bringing down energy prices for UK consumers. MPs who have established a 'Net Zero Scrutiny Group' have been calling for the government to allow more drilling in the North Sea, arguing that it would be beneficial in terms of security and cost. "The idea that you will suddenly change things, and that will impact the price of wholesale gas internationally, I don't think that is realistic."
Lucky fat genes can help protect obese people from certain diseases, a new study suggests. Fat stored under the skin, like a paunch or a double chin, is considered less harmful than fat stored around organs such as the liver and heart. Scientists say the study's findings could explain why some obese people remain relatively healthy, while others suffer from life-changing conditions such as heart disease.
Pictures appeared on social media of Bernal being treated on the road next to a heavily dented bus after the high-speed crash. The Ineos Grenadiers team said he was accompanied to hospital by team medical staff and that he “was conscious upon arrival”. Bernal had opted not to join the rest of his team in Europe for pre-season training, preferring instead to prepare for 2022 in his native Colombia.
From an early age Elisabeth started to work in an unusual genre of the "Living Art". Her art form is now becoming famous all over the world.
The French fashion designer has died aged 73.
The rental platform plans to expand to 30 cities by next year
Britain will call out Russian attempts to subvert democracy, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said on Monday after her department accused the Kremlin of seeking to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine. "The reason we put that out into the public domain is we are going to call out every instance of Russia trying to influence democracy, trying to subvert Ukraine, false flag operations and sabotage," Truss told reporters in Brussels. The Russian Foreign Ministry dismissed the accusations, published by the government on Sunday, as "disinformation", accusing Britain and NATO of "escalating tensions" over Ukraine.