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French recall of ambassadors indicates extent of anger over Aukus rift. Analysis: ties between Paris and Washington in worse state than at time of Iraq war after Australia’s cancellation of submarine deal
Half-term holiday bookings jump 200% after England travel rules changeThomas Cook says it expects a busy weekend for bookings as people take advantage of simplified travel rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Heathrow airport. The government has scrapped the traffic light system and replaced it with a pared-down ‘red’ list of countries with quarantine restrictions for arrivals. Photograph: Barry Lewis/Alamy
Raymond Kosschuk, 63, has unearthed artefacts in a Lincolnshire village.
Researchers looked at whether the medication could delay tumour regrowth among patients with an aggressive sub-type of inoperable bowel cancer.
Pele has revealed he is very well despite “a little step back” this week in his recovery after surgery to remove a tumour from his colon earlier this month. The three-time World Cup winner was expected to return home shortly after he left intensive care at the Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo on Tuesday.
Scientists warn climate change will have major implications for fisheries and marine conservation
Strictly Come Dancing has come under threat ahead of its launch on Saturday evening as two professional dancers have refused to take a Covid vaccine.
Professor Adam Finn said people should not become too ‘agonised’ about it because the risks on either side are ‘not that high’.
Scodelario already has a son with husband Benjamin Walker.
Homophobic chants ground a football match in Mexico to a halt as players were forced off the pitch.
The Taliban member advanced across the lobby to shake hands and beamed a smile: “Welcome to our hotel,” he said.
Now Andrew Neil has left GB News, I’m selflessly volunteering to replace himNeil was an analogue artefact struggling to break through in an online world Andrew Neil at the launch of GB News, June 2021. Photograph: GB News
The impact is expected in the coming days
The rise has been blamed on high global demand, maintenance issues and lower solar and wind energy output.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Police and media vastly outnumbered protesters around the U.S. Capitol on Saturday at a sparsely attended rally by supporters of the people who breached the building on Jan. 6, trying to overturn former President Donald Trump's election defeat. About 100 to 200 protesters showed up, some carrying the flags of the right-wing group Three Percenters over their shoulders. It was far fewer than the 700 people organizers had expected and the thousands who brought mayhem to the Capitol on Jan. 6.
‘It’s a common misconception that deaf people can’t enjoy music,’ EastEnders star says
The recalled French ambassador to Australia called the snubbing of a submarine contract in favour of a new US partnership a "huge mistake", as he left the French embassy in Canberra. Jean-Pierre Thebault said the cancelling of a French contract with the Australian Government in favour of a new defence partnership between Australia, the UK and the US (Aukus) amounted to a breach of a partnership, in addition to a breach of contract.
Not for nothing was Prince Philip known as “master of the barbecue”. And the secret to the Duke of Edinburgh's success? According to his family: a love of cookery programmes, especially the Hairy Bikers. The late Duke, loved-ones have said, was a “dab hand” at the barbecue, with his grandson the Duke of Cambridge joking he had never caused food poisoning in the Royal family. The Duke, who died in April aged 99, has been remembered fondly by his children and grandchildren in a BBC tribute, and th
Rising sea temperatures may mean prey swimming in deeper water out of reach of guillemots, razorbills, puffins and kittiwakes
Malaysia on Saturday expressed concerns that Australia's plan to build nuclear-powered submarines under a new pact with Britain and the United States could catalyze a nuclear arms race in the Indo-Pacific region. Australia will build eight nuclear-powered submarines under an Indo-Pacific security partnership that has riled China. "It will provoke other powers to also act more aggressively in the region, especially in the South China Sea," Malaysia's Prime Minister Office said in a statement.