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Shares in China’s Evergrande plunge again as fears of contagion grow Hong Kong stock fell up to 19% amid default fears that are beginning to have a knock-on effect on other markets Halted construction of Evergrande’s Cultural Tourism City in Suzhou, China. The property giant’s debt crisis is already dragging down other markets in Hong Kong and Australia. Photograph: Vivian Lin/AFP/Getty Images
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Mr Gove won the consolation prize in Boris Johnson’s reshuffle last week of becoming the minister on whom the Government’s fortunes now rest. There is desperation in the appointment of Mr Gove as the Minister for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. Calling for the only Cabinet minister with any policy imagination is an admission that “levelling up” remains an ill-defined project.
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The big day is almost here, but the couple may face even more setbacks.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps told the Commons that from November, foreign travellers will be allowed to fly into the US if they are fully vaccinated, in a move to restart transatlantic travel.
2021 has proved to be a bumper one for royal babies, with four arriving this year.
Labour MP Rosie Duffield will not attend the party’s conference because of the abuse she has received.
The Prime Minister insisted the UK is not ‘trying to stoke’ the problems ahead of a meeting with US President Joe Biden at the White House.
The Duke of York has expressed “serious concerns” to his team of lawyers over their handling of a sexual assault civil case brought against him, senior sources said on Monday. Prince Andrew is said to be concerned that a lack of “communication and engagement” over the Virginia Giuffre case in the US is damaging his reputation and the monarchy. Reports that the duke, who strongly denies the allegations, is about to axe his legal team were played down today.
Leah's nephew makes a bad impression on his first day.
The royal foursome will watch No Time To Die – the latest instalment of the Bond franchise – at the Royal Albert Hall.
The Canary Islands are safe to visit and a volcano eruption there is a "wonderful show", Spanish Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said on Monday, just hours after 5,000 people, including hundreds of tourists, had to be evacuated. The volcano - the archipelago's first eruption in 50 years - blew on Sunday, spouting lava hundreds of metres into the air, engulfing houses and sending molten rock towards the Atlantic Ocean across a sparsely populated area of La Palma, the most northwestern island in the archipelago. "The island is open," Maroto told Canal Sur radio, calling the eruption "a wonderful show".
A shortage in CO2 could result in Christmas being “cancelled” this year, as it threatens to disrupt the food supply and the nation's access to turkeys.
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There’s still a lot of confusion and misconceptions around organ donation
The Biden administration is moving to protect workers and communities from extreme heat
Sir David said he is in shock over his 'Only Fools And Horses' co-star's death.
Hertfordshire police made 29 arrests as demonstrators glued themselves to the road
Since being abused by her athletics coach as a teenager, Charlie Webster has had the same recurring nightmare. Paul North was convicted to 10 years in jail for abusing two other girls he once coached, and Webster’s BBC programme reunites her former training group, some of whom also fell prey to North.