Man killed in officer-involved shooting identified
Man killed in officer-involved shooting identified
The whale was spotted by friends Will Brewster and Jason Prince between Sennen Cove and Porth Nanven.
Machinery is being moved on to the beach so work to remove the wooden bungalows can begin.
Passenger said they ‘genuinely felt that it was the end’ during mid-air panic
Anne Elliott's brother Basil died in a nursing home and she says families 'won't get over this'.
PM says sorry for delays – but insists law enforcing legal duty of candour not necessary
The facility in Lincoln has seen more than 10,000 people in 2023 - up more than 80% on 2021.
Ontario's police watchdog is investigating a hit and run collision between two vehicles in North York late Tuesday that also sent two pedestrians to hospital. The exact circumstances of what transpired were still murky early Tuesday, but the initial information from Toronto police and paramedics is that a crash occurred in the area of Keele Street and Highway 401 shortly before 11 p.m.According to a Toronto police post on X, formerly called Twitter, one of the vehicles left the scene of the cras
Swedish unions have taken industrial action against Tesla since October in a bid to force the car manufacturer to sign collective bargaining agreements with mechanics. "We consider blocking transportation of Tesla cars through Norway to Sweden unless Tesla reaches an agreement with Sweden's IF Metall union," a spokesperson for the Norwegian union told Reuters.
Prince William was pictured inside his bedroom at Eton College, revealing practical white interiors with 90s features – unlike Prince Harry's colourful college bedroom.
The National Trust has said it has high hopes it can nurture saplings from the tree's seeds.
Though markets are pricing in a 1% rate cut next year, fresh data on the labor market could shift the needle.
This year's United Nations climate talks may have seen record numbers registered to attend, but activists who have spent years demonstrating at the annual event say their space to voice their demands is shrinking year on year. Held in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates — where broad laws tightly restrict speech — climate activists have been protesting at COP28's Blue Zone, which is considered international territory. Demonstrators say there have always been strict regulations for protests at COPs, but they say actions this year have been further limited in terms of the number of people allowed to participate and which climate issues they're allowed to address on any given day.
Ministers reject families’ call for legally enforceable ‘duty of candour’ but signs charter to commit to transparency after public tragedies
Unions are campaigning against the new minimum service levels regulations.
Diamond Hill Capital, an investment management company, released its “Mid Cap Strategy” third-quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In Q3, the portfolio underperformed the Russell Midcap Index, mainly because of industrials holdings, which underperformed relative to benchmark peers. On the other hand, technology holdings provided a comparatively strong performance […]
Exxon Mobil will increase annual project spending to between $22 billion and $27 billion through 2027, the company said in an update that largely continues existing spending and production targets. The plan leaves out expected gains from the $60 billion acquisition of Pioneer Natural Resources, which is expected to close next year. Exxon bought Pioneer in October for nearly $60 billion in a all-stock deal due to close in the first half of 2024, saying it plans to more than tripling production in the U.S. shale to 2 million barrels per day by 2027.
It's the issue at the core of COP28: will this year's U.N. climate talks, held in major oil producer the United Arab Emirates, produce the first global agreement to phase out fossil fuel use? Burning fossil fuels for energy is by far the biggest cause of climate change. It is also the engine of modern life - even with the growth of renewables, fossil fuels produce around 80% of the world's energy.
Israel’s widening air and ground offensive in southern Gaza has displaced tens of thousands more Palestinians and worsened the territory's dire humanitarian conditions, with the fighting preventing distribution of food, water and medicine outside a tiny sliver of southern Gaza and new military evacuation orders squeezing people into ever-smaller areas of the south. The United Nations said 1.87 million people — more than 80% of Gaza’s population — have been driven from their homes since the start
Property developer confidence in central London's office market is looking solid, with new data showing speculative construction schemes are on the up. As well as the latest research, a deal for a West End block completed in another sign that firms are looking optimistic about future occupier demand. In 2023 to date firms have commenced construction on 51 schemes in central London with no guaranteed occupier in place, according to real estate consultancy Colliers.
Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he is "deeply sorry" to the families of Covid victims as he began his evidence to the inquiry. Questioning is set to focus on lockdown timings and the reported “toxic” environment in Downing Street, as well as the boozy illegal gatherings which ultimately led to Mr Johnson’s downfall. It meant he avoided protesters who began gathering outside the inquiry building in Paddington shortly before 8am.