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Petrol station shortages remain serious

Shortages at petrol stations remain “serious” due to fuel not being delivered where it is needed, retailers have warned. Brian Madderson, chairman of the Petrol Retailers Association, claimed a “large majority” of forecourts did not know when they would receive their next delivery. He said: “There are many reports of wet sites quickly going dry because the continuity of tankers remains out of kilter with orders. “The situation in London […]

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Insulate Britain protesters burn injunctions outside court as ban extended

Insulate Britain demonstrators burned their court orders banning their road-blocking protests outside the Royal Courts of Justice as a High Court judge extended the injunctions until the end of next month. Members of the Extinction Rebellion offshoot have repeatedly blocked major roads, including the M25 and the M4, since September 13. In response, National Highways has been granted three injunctions banning the demonstrations on the M25, around the Port of […]

todayOctober 12, 2021 5

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Record number of hate crimes reported to police

The number of hate crimes recorded by police in England and Wales has hit its highest level on record, with a 12% rise in racially motivated incidents, official figures show. There were 124,091 hate crimes recorded in the year to March 2021, according to Home Office statistics. This comprises 92,052 race hate crimes, 6,377 religious hate crimes, 18,596 sexual-orientation hate crimes, 9,943 disability hate crimes and 2,799 transgender hate crimes. […]

todayOctober 12, 2021 4

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Kieffer Moores goal secures vital Wales win against Estonia

Wales secured a precious World Cup qualifying victory over Estonia as Kieffer Moore gave them a 1-0 win in Tallinn Cardiff striker Moore – who was later booked and will be suspended for next month’s home game against Belarus – prodded home from close range after 12 minutes. In the race for a runners-up spot behind Belgium, and the March play-off places that comes with it, Wales stay third in […]

todayOctober 12, 2021 1

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MPs report into pandemic failings is laughable bereaved families group says

“This is an attempt to ignore and gaslight bereaved families, who will see it as a slap in the face.” Some of the families of those who died during the Covid pandemic have said an MPs’ report into failings is “laughable”. Hannah Brady, spokesperson for the Covid-19 Bereaved Families for Justice group, criticised a passage in the report that said the “success of the vaccine programme has redeemed many of […]

todayOctober 12, 2021 12

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Moderna has no plans to share Covid 19 vaccine recipe says chairman

Moderna has no plans to share the recipe for its Covid-19 vaccine because executives have concluded that scaling up the company’s own production is the best way to increase the global supply, the company’s chairman said . In an interview with the Associated Press, Noubar Afeyan also reiterated a pledge Moderna made a year ago not to enforce patent infringement on anyone else making a coronavirus vaccine during the pandemic. […]

todayOctober 11, 2021 3

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Joe Root credited for getting Englands strongest squad together for Ashes tour

England head coach Chris Silverwood credits the “class and empathy” of Joe Root’s leadership for ensuring he was able to select the strongest possible squad for this winter’s Ashes tour. England head coach Chris Silverwood credits the “class and empathy” of Joe Root’s leadership for ensuring he was able to select the strongest possible squad for this winter’s Ashes tour. Concerns over Australia’s Covid travel restrictions and the prospect of […]

todayOctober 10, 2021 3

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Jeremy Vine unnerved after anti vaccine protesters target his home

Television presenter Jeremy Vine has said he was “unnerved” after anti-vaccine protesters targeted his home. Television presenter Jeremy Vine has said he was “unnerved” after anti-vaccine protesters targeted his home. He said in a tweet that the group tried to serve what they called an “anti-vaxx writ” while he was out, instead giving it to his wife. The BBC and Channel 5 broadcaster said the group was “angry” at the […]

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Liberty Steel jobs in UK to be safeguarded by 50m cash injection

A £50 million cash injection is being made by Liberty Steel, which will safeguard hundreds of jobs in the UK. A £50 million cash injection is being made by Liberty Steel, which will safeguard hundreds of jobs in the UK. The announcement, affecting its plant in Rotherham, is part of a wider restructure of GFG Alliance, Liberty’s owner, which was forced to seek funding when its key lender, Greensill Capital, […]

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