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‘Donnez-moi un break’: Johnson deepens rift with France over defence deal. UK prime minister hits out after Paris reacted with fury to announcement of defence pact
Police say a drive-by shooting at a school bus stop in Kentucky left a 16-year-old student dead and another hospitalized
Growing armies of firefighters are battling wildfires in the heart of California’s sequoia country
California detective found dead in her own freezer
Pimlico Plumbers founder Charlie Mullins has revealed he will "undoubtedly" run for London Mayor in the next election. Mr Mullins, who left school at 15 with no qualifications, plans to bring in government-backed apprenticeships to encourage school leavers off the streets and into work. Having built a booming business off the back of a plumbing apprenticeship in Raynes Park, he said he is hoping to attract more people into the capital and make it thrive again.
Mental health absences from councils and the NHS cost the taxpayer £2 billion during the pandemic, as sick days for depression and other conditions soared by 34 per cent, The Telegraph can reveal.
Is China stepping up its ambition to supplant US as top superpower?. Analysis: Joe Biden has cleared the decks to focus on China. But how imminent is the danger?
Regulators will monitor how Britain's furlough scheme ends this month for signs of distress among consumers, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Wednesday. It also said it was ready to take more legal action to counteract an upturn in financial crime triggered by COVID-19. Britain rolled out measures from March 2020 to ease the shock on consumers and businesses from the economy going into lockdown to fight the pandemic, triggering the worst downturn in 300 years.
Lava flowed from an erupting volcano on the Spanish island of La Palma for a fourth day on Wednesday, forcing more people to evacuate their homes and blanketing towns in ash, while residents struggled to come to terms with the destruction. "All we can do is cry. We are a small business, we live off all these people who have lost everything," said Lorena, 30, who works in a jewellers in the small town of Los Llanos de Aridane.Since erupting on Sunday, lava from the Cumbre Vieja volcano has destro
"This story is mind-bending."
The drummer said he wants to change the world ‘for the kids’.
Melbourne protesters ‘should be ashamed’ after standoff at Shrine of Remembrance, Scott Morrison says. Prime minister and treasurer Josh Frydenberg denounce ‘disgusting’ behaviour at ‘sacred place’
Cathedral bells ring out as New Zealand welcomes godwits after longest migration. City of Nelson welcomes arrival of migratory bird after 10,000km of non-stop flight from the Arctic
The U.N. General Assembly is unfolding this week under a thundercloud of deep pessimism
Owen Wilson, Rami Malek and Jason Sudeikis will also feature in the forthcoming series.
Aide Serhiy Shefir said he believed the attack, in which an estimated 18 bullets were fired, was an attempt to scare the presidential team
Promises to pursue ‘economic justice’, ‘common ownership’ and ‘equality’ not mentioned in 14,000-word essay
An informal camp of migrants is slowing growing along the banks of the Rio Grande
It comes after the Defence Secretary apologised for an initial breach.
Melvin Van Peebles, a Broadway playwright, musician and movie director whose work ushered in the “blaxploitation” films of the 1970s, has died