Ten matches will be broadcast live on Prime Video in the first midweek round of fixtures of the season
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British pub groups are hoping to usher in customers as Britons gear up for a merry holiday season in a year blighted by a prolonged cost-of-living squeeze and gloomy macro-economic outlook. "We anticipate an improving outlook in which cost headwinds are largely abating and like-for-like sales are up over 7% since the year-end," Chair William Rucker said in a statement. The company, which had stated it benefited from increased customer preference towards premium lagers such as San Miguel and Birra Moretti than standard lagers, said it was targeting a 2% margin growth in the medium term.
The newly-wedded woman was attacked while paddleboarding in New Providence Island
Legal experts and charities say attempt to prove country safe and get flights started will fail
The Prime Minister wrote in The Sun: ‘If you can’t contribute to the UK, you are not coming to the UK.’
The YouTuber, 26, clashed with Fred Sirieix and Nigel Farage during her time on the show
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New data from Regional Task Force on Homeless shows the number of people falling into homelessness continues to outpace the number of people getting into housing.
Thailand minister welcomes two hostages freed by Hamas. Source: ParnpreeOfficial
An AI police detective, a Georgian fortune teller and Indian mobsters make this year’s list of notable crime fiction
Another weekend, another Premier League goal fest. Dejan Kulusevski’s dramatic 90th minute equaliser in Tottenham’s 3-3 draw against champions Manchester City was the 24th goal scored in five matches on Sunday alone and 442nd in the competition this season.
Neighbours fans will see Mackenzie Hargreaves and Haz Devkar fall out next week following rumours of an unexpected hook-up at the share house.
Home Secretary will meet his counterpart to sign the treaty and discuss next steps during his first overseas visit in the job
November sales of new passenger cars in Russia increased by 113% year on year to 109,706 vehicles, Autostat said, citing data from its partner PPK. Production of the Moskvich was relaunched this year at a plant in Moscow. Sources have told Reuters that the Moskvich 3 model is a JAC Sehol X4 assembled in Moscow using kits purchased from a Chinese partner.
Thames Water has revealed an 18% rise in pollution incidents during the first half of its financial year. The country's largest household supplier reported 257 category one - the most serious - to category 3 pollutions over the six months to the end of September.
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares declined Tuesday on heavy selling of property and technology shares. U.S. futures slipped and oil prices were little changed. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng dropped 2.4% to 16,238.79, while the Shanghai Composite lost 1.7% to 2,972.30 as worries flared over weakness in the Chinese economy. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 slipped 1.4% to finish at 32,775.82. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 dipped 0.9% to 7,061.60. South Korea's Kospi shed 0.8% to 2,494.28. A key report on Japanese inflation
Binyamin Needham died on Sunday and was promoted to the rank of sergeant after his death, the Israel Defence Forces said
Court documents show the 20-year-old man accused of assaulting a minor had prior records of sexual assault and battery. He is listed in two prior sexual assault reports and reportedly has a history of sexual assault and battery of female peers in high school.
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority on Tuesday proposed a range of reforms it said would improve quality of information collated by credit reference agencies (CRAs) to ensure consumers' credit files better reflect personal financial circumstances. The watchdog wants to require FCA-regulated data contributors such as lenders to share credit information with CRAs, introduce a common data reporting format to enhance consistency and make it easier for consumers to record non-financial vulnerability information. "Poor quality credit information can result in people being cut out of the credit market or taking on more debt than they can afford," Sheldon Mills, Executive Director, Consumers and Competition at the FCA, said.