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UK ambassador to Ukraine feeling comfortable on return to Kyiv

The UK’s ambassador to Ukraine has said she feels “comfortable” returning to Kyiv despite Russian threats against diplomats in the Ukrainian capital. Melinda Simmons arrived in Kyiv late on Friday, following the announcement last month that Britain would be reopening its embassy in the city in a show of support for Ukraine’s fight against the Russian invasion. Her return comes after Moscow threatened a “proportional response” against Britain for backing […]

todayMay 1, 2022 3


Profit warnings surge as cost inflation hits UK firms

A record number of UK-listed companies warned rising costs could hurt profits, a new report shows. A growing number of businesses issued profit warnings to shareholders and the public to soften the blow of results not meeting expectations. A record 43% of listed companies that warned profits could be lower than anticipated said it is due to rising costs as commodity and energy prices surge. This compares to just 27% […]

todayMay 1, 2022 4


Abba lose out on most streamed Eurovision song of all time to Dutch singer

Abba have lost out on the most-streamed Eurovision song of all time to Dutch singer Duncan Laurence. RuPaul’s Drag Race star Michelle Visage announced during Radio 2’s Eurovision: The Official All-Time Most-Streamed that the Swedish pop group’s classic Waterloo, which won the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest, came in second place. Laurence’s ballad Arcade came out on top as the most-streamed Eurovision track after it won the competition in 2019, securing […]

todayMay 1, 2022 6


Grant Shapps bids to banish the boy racer with noise cameras

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps declared he wants to “banish the boy racer” as he announced plans to deploy noise cameras to catch “rowdy drivers”. His department has invited MPs to enter a competition to find the noisiest streets in England and Wales amid concerns about the impact on residents from motorists revving engines and using illegal exhausts. Four areas will be chosen to take part in a £300,000 trial of […]

todayApril 30, 2022 2


Bamburgh wins Best Seaside again

A tiny village on the Northumberland coast has topped a ranking of Britain’s best seaside resorts for the second year in a row. Bamburgh came first out of 87 destinations in a survey of more than 4,300 people by consumer group Which?. It received the maximum of five stars for its beaches, seafront, peace and quiet, scenery and value for money – with an overall score of 87%. UK seaside […]

todayApril 30, 2022 2


Government to limit supply of HRT products to even out UK distribution

The Government is taking urgent action to limit the amount of certain hormone replacement therapy (HRT) products women can access to improve the general supply across the UK. Health and Social Care Secretary Sajid Javid has issued Serious Shortage Protocols (SSPs) to limit the dispensing of Oestrogel, Ovestin cream and Premique Low Dose to three months’ supply per person to “even out” the distribution. The move comes in response to […]

todayApril 29, 2022 2


People with arthritis urged to lose weight and exercise under new NHS plan

People with arthritis are being urged to lose weight and exercise as the main therapies for their condition. New NHS guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) says people who are overweight should be told their pain can be reduced if they shed the pounds. Meanwhile, aerobic exercise such as walking, as well as strength training, can ease symptoms and improve quality of life. Starting exercise […]

todayApril 29, 2022 1


497m damage bill for Storms Dudley Eunice and Franklin

Insurers expect the bill for damage caused by Storms Dudley, Eunice and Franklin that hit much of the UK during February to amount to nearly £500 million. Around 177,000 claims have been made for damaged homes, businesses and vehicles, with total payouts of £497 million predicted, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI). Of these claims, 169,500 relate to property damage, costing around £473 million. There were also 7,522 […]

todayApril 29, 2022 3


First European semi final for 46 years ends in defeat for West Ham

West Ham were unable to rise to the occasion in their first European semi-final for 46 years, as they slipped to a 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt. David Moyes’ side were left to rue defensive errors which allowed Frankfurt to take the lead inside the opening minute at the London Stadium through Ansgar Knauff’s header. The Hammers were able to draw level inside the first half, with Michail Antonio bundling […]

todayApril 29, 2022 2