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Unite warns of more airport delays this summer

Airport delays could get worse during the summer holidays because of staff shortages, a leading trade union has warned. Unite said delays at some airports over Easter will be repeated during next week’s half-term holidays and will be worse during the summer. General secretary Sharon Graham said: “During the pandemic, when airline operators, and others in aviation, slashed jobs to boost corporate profits, we warned this corporate greed would cause […]

todayMay 27, 2022 9


Protein drinks before meals help diabetics blood sugar levels study finds

Whey protein drinks before a meal can help diabetics control their blood sugar levels, according to new research. Scientists believe the drinks slow down how quickly food is digested and stimulate hormones to prevent sugar levels rising so quickly. In the Newcastle University study, people with Type 2 diabetes drank a pre-made shot containing a low dose of whey protein before eating a normal meal. They were monitored for a […]

todayMay 27, 2022 7


Sunak denies using 21bn support package to deflect from No 10 lockdown parties

Rishi Sunak has insisted he did not time handing out £21 billion worth of cost-of-living support to deflect from the controversy over Downing Street lockdown parties. The Chancellor bowed to demands for the UK Government to step in and help households to deal with ballooning energy bills and rising shop prices, which are being fuelled by 40-year-high inflation, by revealing an emergency package of extra cash for millions of people. […]

todayMay 27, 2022 6


Japan and US in joint jet flight after China drill and North Korean missiles

Japanese and US forces have conducted a joint fighter jet flight over the Sea of Japan, Japan’s defence ministry said. It is an apparent response to a Russia-China joint bomber flight while US President Joe Biden was in Tokyo. Wednesday’s Japan-US flight was meant to “confirm combined capabilities of the Japanese SDF and the US forces and to further strengthen the Japan-US alliance”, the Japanese Self-Defence Force (SDF) said in […]

todayMay 26, 2022 11


Jose Mourinho toasts Romas success in first Europa Conference League final

Jose Mourinho insisted “winning is very difficult” as Roma beat Feyenoord to clinch the inaugural Europa Conference League title in Tirana. Nicolo Zaniolo scored the only goal of the game, firing home from his side’s first chance in the 32nd minute as Mourinho’s men sealed their first silverware since the 2008 Coppa Italia. “Winning is very difficult. You need many ingredients,” Mourinho said in the post-match press conference. “Our team […]

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Government to probe French billionaires BT stake over national security fears

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has told BT that the Government will examine French billionaire Patrick Drahi’s increased 18% stake in the company over national security concerns. Altice, Mr Drahi’s investment arm and the firm’s biggest shareholder, increased its stake from 12.1% to 18% in December last year, increasing fears that the business could be ripe for a takeover. The Government will now seek to examine the move using “call-in powers” […]

todayMay 26, 2022 7


44 of landlords have supported tenants financially in past year

More than two in five (44%) landlords say they have supported tenants financially in the past year, such as by reducing or pausing rent, a survey has found. Nearly three-quarters (74%) of landlords said they feel a responsibility to help their tenants during times of financial hardship, according to the research from The Landlord Works, which helps landlords to manage their property portfolios. Nearly half (45%) of landlords said any […]

todayMay 25, 2022 9


MS pulls out of Russia and warns cost of living crunch will hit sales

Marks & Spencer said it is leaving its Russian franchise business as it also warned that its sales growth will slow due to the cost-of-living crisis. The retail giant’s Russian arm, which is run by Turkish franchisees, operates 48 shops and 1,200 employees. In March, the company stopped shipments to the stores but has now said it will “fully exit our Russian franchise” and face a £31 million cost hit […]

todayMay 25, 2022 9


Two fifths of British butterflies threatened with extinction analysis shows

More than two-fifths of British butterflies are threatened with extinction, with experts warning that action is needed to prevent species being lost. The latest Red List for British butterflies shows a worsening picture for many species as climate change and nitrogen pollution pile on the pressure for insects already struggling with changes to landscapes, they said. Wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation said there was better news for some of Britain’s most […]

todayMay 25, 2022 5