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Britain’s energy crisis has been years in the making, thanks to the ConservativesSince 2015 policies to insulate Britain’s homes and diversify our energy supply have stalledEd Davey is leader of the Liberal Democrats and former energy and climate change secretary ‘The Tories privatised our Green Investment Bank, scrapped new homes standards, stopped onshore wind, damaged our solar industry and failed to take any serious new initiatives.’ Photograph: Rosemary Roberts/Alamy
Holiday homes for disabled people face closure due to England’s vaccines mandateCharity says Covid policy is having ‘devastating consequences’ for sector already in crisisCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage The charity Revitalise runs three holiday centres in England catering for disabled people and their carers Photograph: None
There’s plenty more under the hood to make the new phones desirable, so we’ve put them to the test
Field Marshal Hussein, the former head of the military council that ruled Egypt after longtime autocrat Hosni Mubarak was ousted during the 2011 Arab Spring uprising, died on Tuesday, Egypt’s presidency said. He was 85. After his stint as Egypt's de facto leader, he was soon sacked by the country's first freely elected president, the Islamist Mohamed Morsi, and spent his remaining years largely out of public view.President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi paid tribute to him in a statement that confirmed hi
Headteachers’ unions have warned educational disruption remains ‘significant’ and some schools are struggling to keep classes open.
The UN General Assembly in New York is usually a polite talking shop, rich in hedging and platitudes. It’s a subject which combines advantage and risk for Boris Johnson in his US foray and one which will be hashed out with Biden this evening when the two meet for their first substantive talks at the White House. The anger of France over a perceived slight by the US, UK and Australia in the Aukus submarine deal is a multi-lateral quarrel which reflects the underlying awkwardness of US-European relations and differing strategic priorities.
A new volcano erupting on the Spanish island of La Palma has drawn sightseers eager to take photos of glowing lava
President Joe Biden is betting on millions more rapid, at-home tests to help curb the latest deadly wave of the COVID-19 pandemic
Eric Zemmour, a right-wing talk-show star who says Mohammed should be banned as a first name in France, may not yet officially be running in the 2022 presidential race but he is already unsettling confidants of President Emmanuel Macron. Zemmour, 63, who holds convictions for inciting hatred, is behaving every bit the challenger choosing his moment to act, describing himself as a "candidate in the debate" and quitting his prime-time chat-show spot to comply with electoral rules. A polarising figure who has made a career of testing the limits of political correctness, Zemmour is climbing in voter surveys despite not having declared himself as a candidate.
International travel has resumed, but just how safe is it?
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) -Pope Francis has joked that some people in the Church hoped he would not survive his recent colon operation, and denounced vociferous conservative critics for doing "the work of the devil" by undermining the Roman Catholic Church. Francis made the comments during a meeting with members of the Jesuits, a Catholic religious order, in Slovakia this month. "I know that there were even meetings between prelates who thought that the Pope was in a more serious condition than was being said," he added.
The Metropolitan Police have said they are "horrified by the shocking murder" of 28-year-old teacher Sabina Nessa, who was killed at Cator Park in Kidbrooke, south-east London on Friday. Detective Superintendent Luke Marks appealed to the public for information and said the force was "committing all resources possible" to finding the perpetrator of the attack.
Costs are rising on various fronts but there are still ways households can alleviate the financial pressure.
Government will ‘look at every solution’ as industry warns of shortages within days
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are becoming more relevant and mainstream as sports teams and celebrities create their own digital tokens. View on euronews
BERLIN (Reuters) -A German court on Tuesday ordered the removal of election posters reading "Hang The Greens" put up by a far-right party suspected of links to neo-Nazi groups. The posters were put up around the eastern city of Zwickau by the Third Way, a small party monitored by security services, days before a vote that will set the course of Europe's leading power after the departure of Chancellor Angela Merkel. The Greens, third in the polls, are likely to be part of a coalition government after the Sept. 26 vote.
‘She had so much life ahead of her and her loss is desperately sad,’ says headteacher
Survey of more than half a million children across England revealed state of young people’s mental health today
Senior politicians in Germany have expressed shock over the weekend killing of a young gas station clerk who asked a customer to wear a face mask
"We want these characters to feel like they have full lives."