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LONDON, July 06, 2022-- FundsDate
Households could survive rates of 5pc, says Bank of England Ben & Jerry's sues owner Unilever over Israel boycott row FTSE 100 jumps 1.4pc at the open Ben Marlow: GlaxoSmithKline's break-up will be a huge test for post-Brexit Britain Sign up here for our daily business briefing newsletter
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Parts of Australia’s largest city have been inundated by four major floods since March last year, leaving weary victims questioning how many times they can rebuild. The latest disaster follows Sydney’s wettest-ever start to a year with dams overflowing and a sodden landscape incapable of absorbing more rain that must instead run into swollen waterways. Here are the climate, geographic and demographic factors behind Sydney’s latest flooding emergency. ___ LEADERS BLAME
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Macau has locked down one of the city's most famous hotels, the Grand Lisboa, after more than a dozen COVID-19 cases were found there on Tuesday, with infections spreading rapidly in the world's biggest gambling hub. Authorities reported 146 new infections on Wednesday taking the total to more than 1,000 cases since mid-June. Macau had largely been COVID-free since an outbreak in October 2021.
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China's foreign minister said on Wednesday Beijing was ready to work with new Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr to help usher in what he called a "new golden era" in the countries' relationship. That relationship "turned a new page" with the election of Marcos, said Wang Yi, who is visiting Southeast Asia at a time when Philippines ally the United States is seeking to boost its influence in the region.
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BookTrust which ran the awards said its limited resources would now be directed to disadvantaged families
Ashley Giles has told of the hidden heartache he endured during his final days as managing director of the England team, revealing his mother had died shortly afterwards.
Max Muncy and Mookie Betts each slugged a homer to back Ryan Pepiot's five innings of one-run ball in Dodgers' 5-2 win
If you grew up breakfasting like a king, it might be time to think more like a pauper when it comes to your first meal of the day. Breakfast is back in the headlines with Professor Tim Spector of King’s College London, the gut health and nutrition guru, advising that we all delay our first meal of the day if we want to stay healthy and lose weight.
Scandal has cost South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol two nominees for a single ministerial position, a first in the country's history and a new setback for a leader facing plunging poll numbers. In May, Yoon's first pick for the key role withdrew after facing allegations surrounding his children's admissions into a medical school, which he also denied. As Education Minister Park Soon-ae took office on Tuesday, she was forced to apologise again for a 20-year-old drunk driving charge.
Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi is due to meet with his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame in Angola amid increasing hostility between the neighboring countries.
STORY: Ben & Jerry's on Tuesday sued its parent Unilever to block the sale of its Israeli business to a local licensee.The ice cream brand said the selling of its sweet treats in the occupied West Bank was “inconsistent” with its values.Filed in a federal court in New York, the lawsuit stated that Ben & Jerry's board retained independence to protect its integrity when Unilever acquired the ice cream maker in 2000.And that selling the business to Avi Zinger’s American Quality Products, its former long-time Israeli licensee, threatened to undermine the brand’s integrity.The lawsuit sought an injunction against the sale, announced last week, to "protect the brand and social integrity Ben & Jerry's has spent decades building".In a statement, Unilever said it had the right to sell the disputed business and that the transaction had already closed.The controversy began a year ago when Ben & Jerry's said it would end sales in the occupied West Bank and parts of East Jerusalem, and cut ties with Zinger. Israel condemned the move and some Jewish groups accused the company of anti-Semitism. Founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, who are no longer involved in the company’s operations, wrote in the New York Times then that they supported Israel but opposed its "illegal occupation of the West Bank”.
New Test captain Ben Stokes wants his team to be entertainers.
The British number one twice recovered from a set down to beat David Goffin on Court One.
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