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Tesco has warned the government that it is worried about panic-buying in the run-up to Christmas as a shortage of HGV drivers results in empty shelves, reports suggest. Britain's biggest supermarket told a meeting of the government's new food and drink taskforce it could be "far worse" than stockpiling that took place at the start of the pandemic last year, according to trade magazine The Grocer. Tesco - which has been offering HGV drivers signing-on bonuses of £1,000 since the summer - reportedly warned the Defra official chairing the meeting last week that it was still looking to fill around 800 such vacancies.
‘It makes you realise how these things out of your control can suddenly come along and cause real pain,’ says local food truck owner
The Government successfully applied to the High Court for an order which prohibits anyone from blocking the motorway.
Is the workday getting in the way of our sleep? New research found that nearly half of Americans blame work stress on their inability to fall asleep at night. In a new poll of 2,000 parents of school-aged children, 84% said that the transition from remote to office work, or vice versa, disrupted their sleep schedule. Not only are people adjusting to returning to the office, but they are also getting used to less sleep. Thirty-two percent believe they slept more when they were working from home.
Connie Gent was killed while staying with her best friend Lacey and Lacey’s family.
Sea Life London Aquarium has announced that its penguin chicks, born earlier this year, are named after two inspiring women.
The 28-year-old’s cousin Zubel Ahmed has told the BBC the family are still in shock at the news of her murder
Lithuanian cybersecurity authorities are urging the country’s governmental agencies to abandon the use of Chinese smartphone brands
The architect of one of the country's most high profile health campaigns has refused to apologise for potentially "vilifying" people infected with HIV through infected blood products. Lord Norman Fowler served as health secretary from 1981 to 1987 when AIDS was emerging as a deadly global threat. The former minister told the Infected Blood Inquiry it was necessary to warn the public of the dangers of HIV and AIDS.
Scotland proposes warnings for some class A drug usersPolice can issue warnings in policy change unveiled by Scottish lord advocate in response to high death toll Scotland’s new lord advocate, Dorothy Bain QC, the country’s chief legal officer, after her swearing-in ceremony in June. Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA
Peter Sutcliffe refused to be shielded from Covid, inquest hearsSerial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper had been warned by prison authorities that he was vulnerable The ‘Yorkshire Ripper’, Peter Sutcliffe, in 1974. Photograph: Andrew Varley/Rex/Shutterstock
Government officials have privately conceded that the lorry driver crisis will not be resolved in time to prevent disruption at Christmas, The Telegraph has been told.
The Guardian view on Europe after Merkel: problems managed, not solvedThe German chancellor has been an anchor of stability in turbulent times. Her departure raises big questions about the future ‘Germany has been especially committed to the EU’s founding mission – peace and prosperity by means of cross-border integration.’ Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images
‘I think their way of communicating with people they disagree with is to sue them,’ Mary Trump says
Can Boris Johnson expect UK-US trade deal to go ahead?. His closeness to Trump has not helped and if agreement were struck by 2024 it would be considered rapid progress
Authorities in Greenbelt, Maryland, used trash grabbers to capture a four-foot-long exotic ball python spotted outside the city’s Department of Public Works building, next to a park and playground, on Thursday, September 16.The snake was first sighted by Brian Townsend outside his Department of Public Works office next to Buddy Attick Park. Police officers, public works employees, and animal control officers worked together to catch the non-poisonous python, the City of Greenbelt said.How the snake ended up there is unknown, local media reported. Animal control officer Rebecca Meyers, who led the operation and is seen in the video lifting the snake into a red container, estimated that the python was four feet long, WUSA9 reported. Credit: Greenbelt Police via Storyful
The kittens are now four months old and growing fast – weighing around 5kg each and roughly the size of a large house cat
A leading Democratic senator says bipartisan congressional talks on overhauling policing practices have ended without agreement
The Tirana Appeals Court confirmed that Adriatik Llalla was guilty of hiding money involved in illegally owned properties.View on euronews
Joe Biden offered Emmanuel Macron support over his plans for common EU defence in a victory for a French president wounded by the row over the secret Aukus security pact.