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THE chairman of the UK’s National Infrastructure Commission said plans for a reservoir in Oxfordshire should be given “the green light”.
From TV commentators calling Camilla and Diana ‘friends’ to Robert Kilroy-Silk’s take on the royal, this programme’s archive footage shows society’s sordid relationship with her
Did Sars-CoV-2 emerge from a Huanan market stall or a lab? For the American virologist, who has been abused online for defending a ‘natural’ origin, the evidence is clear
THUNDERSTORMS are due to bring an end to the latest heatwave in Essex this week, with forecasters warning for the potential of torrential downpours.
Nick Gardner has completed the impressive feat of scaling all of Scotland’s highest peaks.
"On a recent day trip I happened to pass a couple of people talking. “How are we going to get through the winter?” asked one of them. This is the question that millions of people are asking and not all of them poor. "
Follow all the news in the world of F1 as speculation surrounding the future of Oscar Piastri and Daniel Ricciardo continues to swirl
The Met Office has warned of torrential downpours and possible flooding over the next few days
AS I write this both our temporary Prime Minister and our temporary Chancellor are on holiday.
London Ambulance Service and the air ambulance attended but the victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
A wooden bridge over a river in southern Norway has collapsed with a car plunging into the water and a truck getting stuck on a collapsed section
A giant part of a £45m furnace is moved on the M53 which was closed between junction 5 at Hooton and junction 10 for Cheshire Oaks, to accommodate the abnormal load heading to Essar's Stanlow refinery. The structure is 26.5 metres long and five times higher than a double decker bus and will become part of the UK's first furnace capable of running on 100% hydrogen. The motorway was closed for three miles, as the load was moved very slowly and carefully towards the port with help from National Highways.
At least 41 people were killed when a fire broke out at a church in the Giza neighborhood of Imbaba on August 14, the Coptic Orthodox Church reported citing health officials.The fire broke out at the Abu Sefein church around 9 am local time, the country’s interior ministry reported. The cause of the fire was an electrical fault in an air conditioner in the building, the ministry said. At least two policemen and three members of the civil protection forces were injured in the response to the fire, according to the ministry.These images were published by the country’s Ministry of Social Solidarity. According to the ministry, the images show people injured in the fire being treated at Agouza Hospital. Credit: Ministry of Social Solidarity via Storyful
‘I was so excited about those shows. It was devastating,’ singer said
(Reuters) -UK's FTSE 100 edged up on Monday as gains in drugmaker AstraZeneca and consumer stocks relieved pressure from mining and oil heavyweights after data showed China's economy unexpectedly slowed last month. The blue-chip FTSE 100 added 0.2% to hold near 10-week highs, while the midcap FTSE 250 index inched up 0.1%. Investors are awaiting the UK employment report as well as consumer prices data later this week to gauge the state of the labour market and inflation.
The development could increase the supply of kidneys available for transplant.
‘All-British EV’ is making its debut at this week’s British Motor Show
AN appeal has been launched after a cafe worker at one of the town's most popular beauty spots was allegedly attacked on a boiling hot day.
For most teenage girls in Afghanistan, it’s been a year since they set foot in a classroom.
‘There is no immediate threat to public safety,’ police say