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From black Batman to Susan Sarandon, Marvel and DC are pumping out audio dramas that are revolutionising their famous franchises with raucous comedy, psychological thrillers … and far fewer fights in tights
A Glasgow nurse who told colleagues she had “a lot of experience” failed to recognise that a man had suffered a cardiac arrest.
Sascha, 29, and six-month-old Clay were first noticed to be missing from their home in the Blackley area at about 4pm on Saturday.
A senior Thames Water executive has told Sky News that the company can't rule out "ramping up" restrictions for customers if the UK suffers another dry winter. The driest first seven months of the year for decades and hot spells have left parts of the UK facing looming drought.
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The US country legend said she was ‘so happy that our lives crossed paths’ as she joined those paying tribute to the actress and singer online.
Behavioural change to persuade people to ditch their cars is said to be unlikely
In Seillans, southeast France, the stream is dry, a fountain near the town hall no longer flows and the ground is parched. The village, like much of France, is in the grip of the country's worst-ever drought. "I've lived here for 17 years, and I've never seen this," says the chief of police, Phillipe Grenêche.
Nearly 50,000 people have signed a petition backing former prime minister Gordon Brown's call for an emergency budget to tackle the cost-of-living crisis. On Monday Mr Brown warned people will have to go without food and will be unable to heat their homes by October if the government does not take urgent action. The former prime minister has been joined by metro mayors, anti-poverty groups and faith leaders in demanding urgent government action on Universal credit and support for families.
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The Qatar World Cup is set to start a day earlier than scheduled to enable the host nation to be the opening game of the tournament, Sky News understands.
Officers said the situation is contained and there is no threat to the wider public.
The UK Health Security Agency said 150,000 doses have been procured, but only 50,000 have been received so far due to supply issues.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Former U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he declined to answer questions during an appearance before New York state's attorney general in a civil investigation into his family's business practices, citing his constitutional right against self-incrimination. Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr. and daughter Ivanka Trump had fought unsuccessfully to avoid appearing for testimony in state Attorney General Letitia James's probe into whether the Trump Organization inflated real estate values to obtain favorable loans and understated asset values to get tax breaks. "I declined to answer the questions under the rights and privileges afforded to every citizen under the United States Constitution," Trump said in a statement issued roughly an hour after he arrived in a motorcade at the attorney general's office in lower Manhattan for the deposition behind closed doors.
The money will be put towards purchasing 200 "tactical unmanned aerial reconnaissance vehicles".
Former Sri Lankan president Gotabaya Rajapaksa on Thursday arrived in Bangkok after his visa ran out following a month-long stint in Singapore where he had taken refuge from protesters at home.
President Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed to retake Crimea from Russia in a presidential address to Ukrainians.
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has condemned the government for its failure to handle soaring energy bills, which he says is a national crisis on the scale of the pandemic. Bills are expected to reach £4,200 this winter before rising to 4,400 in April.
Former Labour prime minister says ‘several urgently needed decisions’ need to be taken
Blackburn digital marketing company, 21Digital has welcomed a new apprentice