While European Union nations are still mulling a cap on gas prices, some businesses are more in a hurry for solutions to the continent's energy crisis. In Brussels, the epicenter of the EU, restaurant owners have imagined how a future without gas and electricity would look like for gourmets. The guests at the dinner served at the Brasserie Surrealiste and cooked by Racines employees this week were the first to experience it: No ovens, no stoves, no hot plates, no coffee machines and no light bulbs.
Truss keen to join new 'European political community' Benefits hit as Truss tries to stem the bleeding Tory rebels threaten to block 45p tax change Sadiq Khan summonsed to face committee
Britain's economy grew by 0.2% in the three months to June reversing the initial estimate of a 0.1% contraction, official figures show.
Music, dance, skateboarding and curious arts experiences come together in Bournemouth.
As flooding traps people in their homes, the storm is now taking aim at South Carolina.
MOSES LAKE, Wash., September 30, 2022--Parker Aerospace congratulates development partner Eviation on first flight of the groundbreaking all-electric Alice commuter aircraft.
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The Planet Mercury against a star background. Close-up After almost a month of chaotic communication mishaps, travel troubles, and never ending restlessness, Mercury retrograde has finally come to an end. On October 2, the Planet of Communication will stop its backwards dance and turn direct in Virgo — but that doesn’t mean the show is over. Narayana Montúfar, senior astrologer for Astrology.com and author of Moon Signs: Unlock Your Inner Luminary Power, puts it bluntly: “The direct turn of Merc
Within hours, Vladimir Putin is expected to declare that four Ukrainian regions are joining Russia.
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Japan's Kioxia Corp said on Friday it would slash wafer start production volume by about 30% at its Yokkaichi and Kitakami flash memory plants from October. "The company will continue to review and adjust operations as needed," it said in a statement, adding it remained confident in the mid- to long-term growth outlook for the flash memory market. Rival memory chipmaker Micron Technology on Thursday said it was cutting its investment plans by 30% amid a fall in demand for PCs and smartphones and reducing investment in fabrication by 50% in the new fiscal year.
US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm tells the BBC its unlikely Nord Stream leaks are coincidence.
LOVE & SEX: Cheating will always be a gut-wrenchingly awful thing to do. Yet we seem more relaxed than ever when the great and good have done it. Oliver Keens asks: has our morality changed or are we just too deferential, confused or downright hypocritical to discuss it any more?
DP Eurasia, which runs the Domino's Pizza brand in Turkey and Russia, said on Friday its sales jumped 66% in the first six months of the year after it launched cheaper products to cope with inflation. As consumers' living costs soar, the group's new launches included a small "pizzetta" priced at 19.99 Turkish lira (around $1). Before adjustments for hyperinflation in Turkey, sales at the group's own stores and franchise outlets rose to 1.75 billion Turkish lira ($94.41 million) in January to June, with growth of 58.9% in Turkey and 76.8% in Russia.
Liz Truss and the chancellor will meet the OBR as a group of MPs call for its forecast to be released.
President Joe Biden issued an emergency declaration for South Carolina
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The suspected sabotage this week of gas pipelines that tied Russia and Europe together is driving home how vital yet weakly protected undersea infrastructure is vulnerable to attack, with potentially disastrous repercussions for the global economy. It isn't known who detonated explosions, powerful enough to be detected by earthquake monitors across the Baltic Sea, that European governments suspect were the cause of multiple punctures in the Nord Stream pipelines. The Kremlin has denied involvement, calling suspicions that it sabotaged the pipelines “predictable and stupid."
European officials say the leaks are a result of ‘sabotage’
But UK has also recovered less from Covid-19 pandemic than earlier estimates suggested