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Month: October 2022

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Just Stop Oil protesters block Mall in protest against fossil fuel licences

Environmental protesters blocked The Mall outside Buckingham Palace in a demonstration against new fossil fuel licences. Around two dozen activists in high-visibility orange vests sat in the road holding Just Stop Oil banners on Monday morning. Police at the scene said they made 25 arrests after disruption lasting just over two hours. The protesters, who travelled from Scotland, said they felt the need to act after the UK Government gave […]

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Red Bull found guilty of minor breach of F1 financial regulations

Red Bull have been found guilty of breaking Formula One’s financial rules. F1’s governing body, the FIA, finally confirmed on Monday that the team, which last year carried Max Verstappen to a deeply controversial championship win over Lewis Hamilton, exceeded the sport’s £114million budget cap. Red Bull are in breach of overspending by less than five per cent, which equates to £5.7million, a so-called “minor” breach of the regulations. But […]

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Father describes daughter 14 killed in Creeslough explosion as little gem

The father of one of the victims of the Creeslough explosion has described her as a “little gem”. Hugh Harper said his 14-year-old daughter Leona would be “very sorely missed” as it emerged the keen sports enthusiast was the last of the 10 people killed to be found amid the ruins of the blast site at a convenience store in the Co Donegal village. “Leona was a little gem, very […]

todayOctober 10, 2022 6

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Government Confirms Financial Support For War Veterans

The Transport Secretary has confirmed military personnel and veterans will be able to access free train travel to attend remembrance services again this year. It was reported on Friday that the Government had revoked the offer, funded by the public purse in 2021, because the cost to the taxpayer would be “too great”. But it is understood neither Anne-Marie Trevelyan nor her ministers signed off on this, and the Secretary […]

todayOctober 9, 2022 4

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Boris Johnson comeback cannot be ruled out says ally

A close ally of Boris Johnson believes a comeback for the former prime minister cannot be ruled out. Nadine Dorries, who served as culture secretary in Mr Johnson’s administration, told BBC One’s Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg programme: “I have been in politics a long time, I don’t rule anything out. “But I would say it is highly, extremely unlikely.” Nadhim Zahawi, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, was also asked […]

todayOctober 9, 2022 4

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England drawn against Wembley final conquerors Italy in Euro 2024 qualifying

England have been drawn to face European champions Italy in qualification for Euro 2024. Italy beat Gareth Southgate’s team on penalties in the Euro 2020 final last summer and conquered them again 1-0 in the Nations League last month. The Three Lions will also face Ukraine, who they beat in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020, along with North Macedonia and Malta. Scotland, aiming to qualify for a second successive Euros, […]

todayOctober 9, 2022 4

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Three killed as truck bombing damages Russian bridge to Crimea

An explosion has caused the partial collapse of a bridge linking Russia to the Crimean peninsula, damaging a key supply artery for the Kremlin’s faltering war effort in southern Ukraine. Russian authorities said a truck bomb caused the blast and that three people were killed. The speaker of Crimea’s Kremlin-backed regional parliament accused Ukraine of being behind the explosion, though Moscow did not apportion blame. Ukrainian officials have repeatedly threatened […]

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A Eurovision covered in sequins with a message of peace planned for Liverpool

Liverpool will be covered in “sequins and glitter” to deliver a Eurovision Song Contest with a message of peace, organisers have said. The Merseyside city was chosen to host the 2023 contest on behalf of this year’s winners Ukraine and now has until May 13 to prepare for the grand final, which will be held at the 11,000-capacity M&S Bank Arena on Liverpool’s waterfront. Claire McColgan, director of Culture Liverpool, […]

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Serial killer Peter Tobin unwilling to give up secrets before death police say

Serial killer Peter Tobin refused to give police details about the further murders they think he committed as they questioned him before his death. Tobin, 76, died on Saturday in the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh after becoming unwell at HMP Edinburgh where he was serving life sentences for three murders. But police have long suspected Tobin had more victims and hoped he would give up his secrets before he died […]

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