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Sudan's prime minister detained "for his own safety" says military leader
Abdalla Hamdok and other ministers have not been seen since Abdel Fattah al-Burhan took power in bloody coup The Sudanese military leader who took power in a bloody coup on Monday has said he is keeping the deposed prime minister detained at the general's personal residence "for his own safety", as ...
5 minutes ago
The Guardian
Sudan's prime minister detained "for his own safety" says military leader
UK politics live: public sector pay rises next year could be lower than inflation, minister admits
Latest updates: Paul Scully says pay review bodies will determine "appropriate rise" after chancellor announces end to pay freeze Yesterday the UK recorded 36,567 new coronavirus cases. As the government's dashboard shows, the total number of cases in the week up to yesterday was just 2.2% up on the ...
6 minutes ago
The Guardian
UK politics live: public sector pay rises next year could be lower than inflation, minister admits
Drone captures sewage pumped into sea for days
A photographer has captured a pipe pumping filtered sewage into Langstone Harbour in Hampshire.
13 minutes ago
BBC
Drone captures sewage pumped into sea for days
Insulate Britain protester speechless after TalkRadio host says concrete can be grown on trees
Exchange comes as climate group threatens major disruption on M25
28 minutes ago
The Independent
Insulate Britain protester speechless after TalkRadio host says concrete can be grown on trees
Government accused of trying to 'scupper? own Covid Plan B by leaking cost
Treasury and Cabinet Office documents released to media
33 minutes ago
The Independent
Government accused of trying to 'scupper? own Covid Plan B by leaking cost
Climate change: UN emissions gap report a 'thundering wake-up call'
Current carbon-cutting plans from nations would lead the world to climate catastrophe, says the UN.
35 minutes ago
BBC
Climate change: UN emissions gap report a 'thundering wake-up call'
World has wasted chance to build back better after Covid, UN says
Report warns countries face disastrous temperature rises if they fail to strengthen climate ambitions The world has squandered the opportunity to "build back better" from the Covid-19 pandemic, and faces disastrous temperature rises of at least 2.7C if countries fail to strengthen their climate pledges, ...
36 minutes ago
The Guardian
World has wasted chance to build back better after Covid, UN says
London hospitals use "James Bond medicine" to tackle rare heart condition
Royal Brompton and Harefield send teams to save cardiogenic shock patients at other hospitals "People say it's a miracle, but it's not: the
43 minutes ago
The Guardian
London hospitals use "James Bond medicine" to tackle rare heart condition
Queen holds first engagements since hospital stay
The 95-year-old monarch speaks to ambassadors remotely from Windsor Castle ahead of her COP26 trip.
49 minutes ago
BBC
Queen holds first engagements since hospital stay
Should the government be enforcing another lockdown? Tell us in our poll
We want to know if you think it is time for another lockdown as Covid infection rates rise
53 minutes ago
The Independent
Should the government be enforcing another lockdown? Tell us in our poll
Faith leaders urge Priti Patel to scrap planned protest crackdown and warn of "chilling effect" on religious expression
Exclusive: Letter calls for government to scrap proposed laws that pose "grave threat to civil liberties"
1 hour ago
The Independent
Faith leaders urge Priti Patel to scrap planned protest crackdown and warn of "chilling effect" on religious expression
Mother of murdered sisters says Met's apology "won't cut it"
"We're also of the view that his unprofessional comments about Bibaa and Nicole's picnic suggest racial profiling, misogyny or classism," says mother
1 hour ago
The Independent
Mother of murdered sisters says Met's apology "won't cut it"
New clash over dumping of raw sewage in rivers as No 10 rejects compromise vote
Peers set to back amendment giving ministers more time to act " but Downing Street insists it's still "a blank cheque"
1 hour ago
The Independent
New clash over dumping of raw sewage in rivers as No 10 rejects compromise vote
Budget 2021: Public sector workers set for pay rise, says Sunak
The chancellor will use his Budget on Wednesday to confirm that the "pay pause" is being lifted.
1 hour ago
BBC
Budget 2021: Public sector workers set for pay rise, says Sunak
Woman cleared of obstructing Met police after partner shot with stun gun
Claire Stephen was arrested following use of weapon on Millard Scott at their home in north London The case against a black woman charged with obstructing the police when officers shot her partner with a stun gun in the family home has collapsed. However,
2 hours ago
The Guardian
Woman cleared of obstructing Met police after partner shot with stun gun
Louise Minchin: Man admits stalking BBC presenter
Carl Davies admits sending intimidating comments to Louise Minchin and her adult daughter.
2 hours ago
BBC
Louise Minchin: Man admits stalking BBC presenter
New funding plan paves way for Sizewell C nuclear plant
The new rules, to be announced in Parliament, will boost the prospects of the £20bn project in Suffolk.
2 hours ago
BBC
New funding plan paves way for Sizewell C nuclear plant
MP Owen Paterson faces suspension for breaking lobbying rules
Ex-minister could be suspended from Commons for 30 days after working as a consultant with two firms The Tory MP Owen Paterson faces a 30-day suspension from the House of Commons for an "egregious" breach of lobbying rules, raising the possibility he could lose his seat if enough constituents trigger ...
3 hours ago
The Guardian
MP Owen Paterson faces suspension for breaking lobbying rules
Two migrants rescued but fears others may be missing after attempted Channel crossing
4 hours ago
The Telegraph
Two migrants rescued but fears others may be missing after attempted Channel crossing
10 facts you never knew about Guy Fawkes
4 hours ago
The Telegraph
10 facts you never knew about Guy Fawkes
Bonfire Night 2021: the story of Guy Fawkes, gunpowder, treason and plot
4 hours ago
The Telegraph
Bonfire Night 2021: the story of Guy Fawkes, gunpowder, treason and plot
Halloween 2021: trick-or-treating, fancy dress costumes and why we carve pumpkins on October 31
4 hours ago
The Telegraph
Halloween 2021: trick-or-treating, fancy dress costumes and why we carve pumpkins on October 31
When do the clocks go back, and why do we do it?
5 hours ago
The Telegraph
When do the clocks go back, and why do we do it?
'Act now or it?ll be too late': Sir David Attenborough sends warning to leaders ahead of Cop26
5 hours ago
The Telegraph
'Act now or it?ll be too late': Sir David Attenborough sends warning to leaders ahead of Cop26
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