Tory candidates say no to Boris Johnson cabinet return
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Tory candidates say no to Boris Johnson cabinet return
In a remote working world, emails have become the norm. However, some common email sign-offs and greetings can come across as passive aggressive. Euronews spoke to an expert and looked into some of the phrases that can cause upset and discovered some neutral alternatives.
The contest is taking place in the UK after organisers decided it could not be held in war-torn Ukraine.
Firefighters from Romania, Poland, Austria, Greece and Italy fight blazes in show of ‘European solidarity’
A man has died after being mauled by a dog in a park in a town near Portsmouth. Hampshire Police said they had arrested a 20 year-old man from Fareham on suspicion of being the owner or person in charge of a dangerously out of control dog causing injury resulting in death. The dog was also secured and removed from the scene.
Finlay MacDonald, 39, appeared in court on Friday over a series of incidents in north-west Scotland earlier in the week.
Sahara Salman’s body was recovered from the ruins of a terraced house on Monday.
It came just days after Mr Sunak's visit to the Isle of Wight, where people asked him about the 'Island Deal' - a package of cash previously indicated by Boris Johnson the Island might be receiving.
Boris Johnson has doubled down on his insistence that it is for his successor to "make significant fiscal decisions" after talks with energy bosses ended with no new measures to ease the cost of living crisis. But Labour accused the government of showing a lack of urgency and of being "missing in action".
Aboriginal Legal Service seeks urgent ban on the strip-searching, handcuffing and arrest of children as young as 10
Immigration authorities say former Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who last month fled anti-government protests in his country, has left Singapore
Polio is transmitting between people in parts of London and mutated strains of the virus that can cause paralysis have been detected in sewage, a leading immunisation expert warned on Thursday. Professor Sir Andrew Pollard urged parents in the capital to bring their children forward to get a polio booster jab. All children aged one to nine living in Greater London will be offered a polio vaccine after the virus was detected in waste water.
An Australian fishing boat sailing in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Northern Territory, spotted a large container of unknown origin floating in the water on August 4.In footage recorded by Bruce Davey, the container can be seen bobbing up and down in the water. “Holy shiver me timbers,” he can be heard saying at one point, as the crew grabs a closer look.Northern Territory Infrastructure, Planning, and Logistics issued a marine navigation warning on Facebook on August 5, urging nearby vessels to “proceed with caution” around the “large floating container”.The area is a “hotspot for debris,” according to a spokesperson for the Australian Marine Conservation Society.Davey and the crew of his ship, named Wildcard, spotted the object as they were fishing for mackerel off Groote Eylandt, in the Northern Territory. A member dived into the water for a closer inspection. However, Davey said they were unable to open a hatch on the object.In the video, a female member of the crew can be heard saying that they were lucky “it wasn’t nighttime, we would have smashed into it.”The container, estimated to be of “about five meters by three meters by four meters” by Davey, was too large for the fishing boat to tow to safety.A Northern Territory Marine Safety statement noted though that the Wildcard crew had placed a marker buoy on the container to improve visibility for mariners.Storyful contacted Northern Territory Marine Safety for an update on the container, but no further comment was available at the time of writing. Credit: Bruce Davey via Storyful
WHEN comedian Sara Pascoe was going through IVF after years of trying to have a baby, the word “success” was used a lot, she recalls.
The show will return to screens on Saturday for a summer series after a successful one-off special aired last year.
Extradition proceedings for an alleged US fugitive who is said to have faked his own death to escape sex charges have been delayed for another week after he instructed a new solicitor.
Energy prices and the warm weather feature among the stories on the front pages.
Pembrokeshire College has a long and proud tradition of setting up students for careers in healthcare.
NFU deputy president Tom Bradshaw said the situation was ‘hugely challenging’ for farmers.
The heartwarming scenes were hard-earned.
The number of people in England waiting to start routine hospital treatment has risen to the highest level since records began 15 years ago, while victims of crime are facing long delays for their cases to be heard in court. As Conservative Party members chose a new leader to succeed Prime Minister Boris Johnson this summer, the problems his successor will have to deal with are stacking up. Last month, 6.7 million people were waiting to start treatment in Britain's state-run National Health Service (NHS), the highest number since records began in August 2007, new data released on Thursday showed.