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The mild-mannered groom wouldn't allow insults about his wife.
The president of Lithuania met with a mother concerned for her LGBT+ child’s future, and the future of every other child like them.
The chancellor has announced a change in Universal Credit by altering the "taper rate" after being heavily criticised for cutting the £20 uplift. Rishi Sunak said in his budget speech that the taper - the amount of Universal Credit (UC) withdrawn for every pound someone earns - will be cut from 63p to 55p. According to the Resolution Foundation think tank, 4.4 million households have seen their incomes fall by £1,000 a year as a result of the uplift being cut.
Record rainfall was reported in San Francisco, California, on Monday, October 25, after an atmospheric river swept over the Bay Area, the National Weather Service said.This footage shot by Elizabeth Mansfield shows strong winds and rain battering her community.Up to 16.55 inches of 48-hour rainfall was measured across the region as of Monday, according to the NWS. Credit: Elizabeth Mansfield via Storyful
All the latest political developments in the UK, as Rishi Sunak prepares to hail a “new age of optimism” in his Budget amid predictions that he will have more money than expected to spend due to a fast bounce-back from Covid.
Israel on Wednesday advanced plans for building more than 3,000 settler homes in the occupied West Bank, a move condemned by the Palestinians that came a day after the US forcefully criticised such construction.
Parliament should intervene to protect whistleblower’s communications to MP, committee says. NSW clubs lobby has applied to federal court to access correspondence between former employee Troy Stolz and Andrew Wilkie
It comes after public sector pay rises were paused in 2021/2022, with the exception of the NHS and workers earning less than £24,000.
Thierry Breton, the French politician who is also the European Commission's internal market commissioner, said on Tuesday that Brexit was a "catastrophe" for the United Kingdom. "Look at what is happening on the supermarket shelves, look at what is happening at the petrol pumps, look at what is happening with the shortage of nurses and doctors, look at what is happening with the shortage of truck drivers, look at what is happening in the construction sector," Breton told BFM TV.
‘I’ve had so many messages from trolls saying: ‘If you don’t want to get spiked, just stay in’. If we do that and stay in, we are giving them exactly what they want,’ says campaigner
Jordan's King Abdullah II of Jordan has traveled to Poland for talks with Polish President Andrzej Duda
Government will also freeze fuel duty to make it cheaper to drive
A teenager has been charged with the murder of two boys during a disturbance in Essex. Frankie Watson, 19, has been remanded into custody and will appear in Southend Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday. The teenager, from Orsett, in Essex, is charged with two counts of murder, attempted murder and possession of an offensive weapon.
‘Halloween horror for long-haul travellers,’ says Board of Airline Representatives in the UK
Rishi Sunak’s budget is gambling with the climate crisis. Analysis: No serious investment in UK’s green future means chancellor is hoping market will deliver
A judicial inquiry has begun into the death of Eric Garner
What does communism 2.0 mean for democracy?
Alan Cumming has revealed that one of his “darkest moments” came on the morning he auditioned for GoldenEye. Warning: contains mentions of suicidal thoughts.
Joanna Lumley has called for a return to “wartime rationing” in a bid to reduce consumption and counter the effects of climate change. The Absolutely Fabulous actor suggested the introduction of a “voucher system” of food, goods and services to help people cut down. “That was how the war was – stuff was rationed – and at some stage I think we might have to go back to some kind of system of rationing, where you’re given a certain number of points and it’s up to you how to spend them, whether it’s buying a bottle of whisky or flying in an aeroplane.”
On Sunday nightclubs will be able to reopen in Northern Ireland for the first time since the start of the pandemic. A Belfast nightclub manager has expressed concerns about having to police Covid entry checks in the absence of a mandatory passport system. Sean Duffy, general manager of Love & Death in the city centre, said he feels Stormont is “passing the buck” on to the nightclub sector ahead of the planned reopening on October 31. The Executive has advised venues to introduce their own Covid entry checks but has stopped short of bringing in a mandatory system similar to the one operating in the Irish Republic.