Rishi Sunak says Suella Braverman 'took accountability for her actions'
Rishi Sunak says Suella Braverman 'took accountability for her actions'
Surrounded by deer and antelopes, Ghevar Ram caressed an injured fawn at a rescue centre run by India's Bishnoi community, who have been fighting to protect the environment for more than 500 years.
A group of England fans at the World Cup were invited to lunch at a Qatari millionaire's mansion after he spotted one of them wearing a Premier League shirt.Jassa Dehal, 47, and his friends were shocked when the wealthy businessman sent a car to pick them up from their hotel in Doha the day after meeting him in a bar.Jassa had struck up a conversation with the man, known only as Omar, at their hotel the night before after he spotted him wearing a Wolverhampton Wanderers shirt.They quickly bonded over their love of football and exchanged numbers before Jassa got a message out of the blue the next day saying: "There is a car waiting for you."SWNS
A World Wildlife Fund researcher has blamed intensive concrete construction in high-risk areas for the Ischia landslide tragedy on Saturday that killed eight people and left four more missing.
Around 2.5 million households (10.1%) contained members from at least two different ethnic groups in 2021, the ONS said.
The 20-year-old was made an MBE after becoming the first British woman to win a grand slam since Virginia Wade in 1977
Sterling gained against the dollar on Tuesday as the safe-haven greenback fell against most currencies as market sentiment improved on hopes that China would ease its strict COVID-19 curbs. The pound is trying to break past $1.22 the euro $1.05, while euro/sterling has hit around 85.7 pence several times in recent months before rebounding.
A ground witness captured the moment a man scaled the Ritz-Carlton hotel in downtown LA.
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Saffron Cordery, interim chief executive of NHS Providers, said this winter is going to be an ‘incredibly testing time’.
Waste pickers want a say in how policies are designed and implemented.
Michelle Donelan, Culture Secretary, responds to her predecessor, Nadine Dorries' comments, that she does not understand the online safety bill, saying she is instead "well versed" in the proposed legislation. This comes after the father of a teenager who took her own life as a result of harmful content online said on Tuesday that recent changes have watered down the bill.
<p>More than two-thirds of Americans find themselves spending more time at home now than two years ago – and the economy may be to blame. </p><p>That’s according to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, where 69% of respondents remain home due to external factors such as inflation and a looming recession.</p><p>And with all that time on their hands, respondents have been staying busy with upgrading their homes. Over the last year, respondents have prioritized maintaining their yards and lawns (36%) the most, followed by their kitchens (30%) and living rooms (29%). </p><p>On top of that, they spend 50 hours maintaining their lawn, 42 hours caring for their kitchen, 27 hours keeping up their dining room, and 33 hours on their home gym each year.</p><p>Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of TruGreen, the results revealed that the average respondent will give up a DIY project and call a professional after two attempts. Capping their DIY efforts at about 6 hours.</p><p>While it may sometimes be a toss-up between hiring a professional and taking matters into their own hands, there are a few outdoor projects respondents always like to handle on their own.</p><p>Mowing the lawn (63%) was the top home maintenance chore respondents like to do themselves.</p><p>When opting for DIY projects, respondents tend to do so because it’s more affordable (67%), they can make sure it turns out the way they want (47%) and they can be creative (40%).</p><p>On the other hand, respondents tend to hire professionals because they know what they’re doing better than respondents (68%), they don’t have the equipment or materials (35%) and they don’t have the time (23%).</p><p>Overall, respondents see more value in hiring a professional than wasting their own time (30% vs 11%).</p><p>“Beyond timing, there is a greater technique and expertise required to properly maintain your home. While many homeowners can opt to DIY, there are some tasks such as lawn care maintenance that should be left to professionals,” said Brian Feldman, senior director of technical operations at TruGreen. “Without the proper training, homeowners may conduct tasks improperly, which can ultimately cause greater headaches.”</p><p>The kitchen was found to be the costliest room in the house, as the average respondent has spent more than $1,100 upgrading and maintaining it.</p><p>However, respondents invest the most time into their lawns — with the average respondent spending about four hours per month maintaining it, and on average about $880 per year on lawn maintenance. </p><p>“Americans spend about 50 hours annually maintaining their lawn, and results showed that respondents would rather spend that time with their family and friends, outdoors or reading a book,” continued Feldman. “It's best to partner with a lawn care provider who can save homeowners time, so they can spend more time enjoying life.” </p><p>TOP MASTERED OUTDOOR PROJECTS</p><p>-Mowing the lawn - 60%</p><p>-Watering the grass or garden - 55%</p><p>-Managing weeds - 48%</p><p>-Pruning trees and shrubs - 37%</p><p>-Snow removal - 31%</p><p>-Seeding the lawn - 26%</p><p>Survey methodology:</p><p>This random double-opt-in survey of 2,000 Americans with a yard/lawn was commissioned by TruGreen between October 21 and October 27, 2022. It was conducted by market research company OnePoll, whose team members are members of the Market Research Society and have corporate membership to the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) and the European Society for Opinion and Marketing Research (ESOMAR).</p>
Mario Ferri was taken away by security after interrupting Portugal’s game with Uruguay, having run onto the pitch wearing a T-shirt carrying messages of support for Ukraine and Iranian women
Security outside the Al-Thumama stadium in Doha stopped our journalists from filming as clashes erupted between rival Iranian supporters after the Iran-USA game. Football fans opposed to the Iranian regime were attacked by pro-regime supporters. Meanwhile on the pitch, the US, England, Senegal and the Netherlands all sealed their spot in the last 16. Our team in Doha (Simon Harding and Selina Sykes) join Karim Baldé, Ruben Slagter and James Vasina in Paris to review all the on and off-pitch action in Qatar.Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:England hammer Wales while US edge out Iran to head into last 16Protestors in Iran Kurdistan celebrate US World Cup winNetherlands, Senegal clinch victories to reach World Cup knockouts
The Queen Consort has described violence against women and girls as "a global pandemic" as she hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace to raise awareness of the issue. Camilla was joined by dignitaries including Ukraine's first lady and Queen Rania of Jordan, as well as charity ambassadors and survivors of abuse at an event described by the palace as "a high watermark" of her work on the subject. In a speech, the Queen Consort spoke of how more than 2,000 women will be killed by a partner or relative during the current UN 16 days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence - an annual international campaign to inspire action to tackle the issue.
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LONDON (Reuters) -Security staff at international rail service Eurostar will strike for four days in the run up to Christmas due to a pay dispute, a British union representing transport workers said on Wednesday. Members of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) working for Eurostar will walk out on Dec. 16, 18, 22 and 23 next month, the union said, adding that over 100 staff will take part in the action. The union said the strikes would severely affect Eurostar services.
The Herefordshire owner of an off-road motorbike track is bidding to have a ban on its use overturned.