Yahoo News Now Special Report
Yahoo News Now Special Report
"Northallerton first" is being put forward as a proposed change to the Boundary Commission's shake up of constituencies across North Yorkshire.
"Quiet quitting" is the latest trend to sweep across the American workforce. The concept doesn't involve actually leaving one's job, but rather making a conscious decision not to go above and beyond basic duties. The expression began circulating in July when a New York-based engineer published a video on TikTok that went viral. But employers shouldn't dismiss this as a social media trend, warns Allyson Stewart-Allen, CEO of International Marketing Partners. "This is not a passing fad or just another employment cycle. This is a profound reassessment that people are taking time to do, to think about balance." Stewart-Allen says the onus is now on employers and managers to help their workers re-engage. "This requires a very different form of leadership – much more empathy, much more understanding, treating people much more holistically than just a warm body who does a job and achieves certain tasks," she told FRANCE 24.Also in the show: Our correspondents Anne Mailliet and Nick Spicer report on Denmark’s pension policies, which have many seniors still hard at work. And will the UK's nuclear power strategy pay off? The country is investing billions in new generators as the energy crisis drags on.Read more on FRANCE 24 English
The latest coronavirus case figures have been released
Many thought Sponsian was a figment of a creative fraudster’s imagination - until now.
On Saturday 26th November, the Hummingbird Bakery opened it’s doors to the community of St John’s Wood and I was lucky enough to be amongst the crowd enthralled at the American cakes, cupcakes, pies, cookies, brownies and more that they had to offer.
Joshua Cooper has been charged as an adult with homicide after allegedly shooting teenage friend in Pennsylvania trailer park
The former Leeds and Great Britain scrum-half, now confined to a wheelchair because of the disease, praised Doddie Weir for his fundraising work.
Harry Potter actress Emma Watson sends emotional message to autistic fanThe Late Late Show, RTE
A flock of 150 sheep have been mobilised to maintain the greenery surrounding the ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii as part of a sustainable agricultural initiative for the archaeological site.
Former England rugby star Mike Tindall has left 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!'.
Two England fans dressed as knights say they were accused of being “Muslim killers” by Qatari police as FIFA announced a ban on “Crusader” fancy dress.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after he crashed his vehicle on the A66.
Home fungi growers can boost soil quality in small gardens and cultivate exotic varieties using coffee grounds and online kits
Under the slogan "eating should not be a luxury", volunteers started the annual food donation drive for Spain's network of food banks.
As nation marks Thanksgiving, yet another community is mourning loved ones lost to gun violence, writes Andrew Buncombe
Heavily polluting vehicles will have to pay to enter the entire metropolitan area of London from next year, the British capital's mayor said Friday.
Daily politics briefing for November 26, as an independent review finds the London Fire Brigade is institutionally misogynist and racist.
Queensland offered largest reward in the history of the state for information
Matt Hancock has reached the final of this year's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! after former England rugby player Mike Tindall became the eighth person to be eliminated from the show.
Another Conservative MP has said he will not be standing at the next general election. Chris Skidmore, the MP for Kingswood, said in a statement "there has been no greater honour in my life" than to represent the constituency, in southwest England. "With no alternative seat, I have decided that I do not wish to fight at another constituency elsewhere in the region or country, especially with a very young family who deserve to see more of their father in their lives".