Dry West – Stormy East
Dry West – Stormy East
Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley demands legal protections for officers amid armed police revolt in open letter to Suella Braverman
Consumers are buying cheaper own-label goods due to the cost of living, according to the supermarket.
The Philippines will take "all appropriate actions to cause the removal of barriers" in a disputed area of the South China Sea, the country's national security advisor, Eduardo M. Año, said on Monday. The Philippines on Sunday accused China of placing a floating barrier in the Scarborough Shoal and said it would protect the rights of its fishermen. "The placement by the People's Republic of China of a barrier violates the traditional fishing rights of our fishermen," he added.
Electric vehicle manufacturers face a £3.7bn bill over the next three years unless the EU drops the introduction of tariffs on trade between the bloc and Britain, industry bosses have said.
British insurer Aviva said on Monday it had agreed to acquire the UK protection business of AIG for 460 million pounds ($563 million). Aviva said it would buy the unit - known as AIG Life UK - from Corebridge Financial, Inc, a New York-listed subsidiary of AIG. Amanda Blanc, CEO of Aviva, said the deal would strengthen the FTSE 100 company's position in an attractive market and help position it for "capital-light growth".
Exclusive: Ministers have finally confirmed what The Independent revealed weeks ago - high speed rail will not reach the north of England
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is looking to trade in her Tesla for a union-made electric vehicle (EV). Source: CBS News
Screenwriters say a tentative deal to end a strike that halted film and TV production is "exceptional".
Hasan explained how "three of the most destructive events of my lifetime" would not have happened without the billionaire media baron.
BEIJING (AP) — The European Union's trade commissioner called for a more balanced economic relationship with China on Monday, noting a trade imbalance of nearly 400 billion euros ($425 billion), while also warning that China's position on the war in Ukraine could endanger its relationship with Europe. Valdis Dombrovskis, in a speech at China's prestigious Tsinghua University, said that the EU and China face significant political and economic headwinds that could cause them to drift apart. “The s
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Fresh fears over China’s property sector today hit Asia markets and contributed to expectations of a weaker session for the FTSE 100 index. The pressure came after Evergrande said it would not be able to carry out the debt restructuring plan it needs to ensure its survival. It has been unable to issue new debt due to an investigation at its subsidiary, Hengda Real Estate Group.
A BMW failed to stop at the crash scene leaving a 53-year-old man with fatal injuries
France's president says the ambassador will leave and all military co-operation will end in the coming months.
Japan's Nikkei share average rebounded sharply on Monday as investors bought back beaten-down stocks following the benchmark index worst week of 2023. The Nikkei climbed 0.85% to end the day at 32,678.62. Last week, the Nikkei declined every day in a holiday-shortened week punctuated by major central bank meetings, including the U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday and Bank of Japan on Friday.
Met Office says this week could feature frequent bouts of heavy rain and strong winds
Russia’s air defence systems repelled a drone attack over the Tula region near Moscow
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Britain's decision to delay a ban on new fossil fuel car sales may make little difference to the pace of a shift to electric vehicles (EVs), even though the news drew anger from automakers worried about supply chains and investment uncertainty. UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who is expected to face a tough election in 2024, said the five-year delay to 2035 was not political and was about "doing what's right for the country". Following polarised debate over emissions charges on older more polluting vehicles, he said he was seeking to help those stung by the cost-of-living crisis and unable to afford expensive EVs.