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Asked about nationalisation, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer told BBC Breakfast: “The choice we’ve made in our plan is that every single penny that is needed for this plan will go directly to reducing the bills of families up and down the country. “If you go down the nationalisation route, then money has to spent on compensating shareholders and I think in an emergency like this, a national emergency where people are struggling to pay their bills, I think that the right choice is for every single penny to go to reducing those bills."
Bristol Balloon Fiesta: Dozens of hot air balloons fill sky as they take flight.Source: James Acres, Twitter
The development could increase the supply of kidneys available for transplant.
Police allegedly threatened to confiscate his passport for three days
Mexican authorities announced Monday a plan to seal leaks into a coal mine where 10 workers have been trapped for more than a week, after renewed flooding dealt a major setback to rescue efforts.
Ministers are urging all broadband providers to offer "social tariffs" allowing low-income households to receive discounted mobile and internet deals to ease the pressure of rising living costs. A new service, which will go live this week and be run by the Department for Work and Pensions, will allow internet providers to verify, with customers' permission, whether they are in receipt of a relevant benefit and therefore eligible for extra financial support. The government says the scheme, which is already supported by Virgin Media O2, could in some cases save households hundreds of pounds a year.
Industry figures said that farmers were being ‘nannied’ by the Government.
Industry bosses have written to Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss, calling for a more enlightened approach to immigration to assist businesses.
The Carry on and EastEnders star campaigned to raise awareness after being diagnosed with the disease.
Nicholas Brian Oakland hurtled at 122mph along a major road through weekday afternoon traffic, York Crown Court heard.
The 17‑year‑old British gymnast Jessica Gadirova overcame moments of self-doubt to retain her European floor title
The Met Office has warned of torrential downpours and possible flooding over the next few days
A haboob swept Arizona’s northwest amid a dust storm warning issued for the region on August 9.Footage taken by Mark Shaver in Meadview shows a wall of dust gliding across the desert. Credit: Mark Shaver via Storyful
Cost-of-living concerns mix with the ghost of George Best in the Sunday splashes.
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Unusual variations on a classic combination
The Tory frontrunner has stoked outrage with claims of ‘creeping antisemitism’ inside government. Adam Forrest looks at whether the controvesy is a sign of things to come
Archie, 12, died on August 6 in the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, east London, after weeks of legal wrangling.
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
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.