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Foreign Secretary set for Philippines visit

James Cleverly is set to meet with President Ferdinand Marcos Jr and Foreign Secretary Enrique Manalo Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is set to visit the Philippines amid efforts to boost ties with the country. The senior Cabinet minister is visiting the Philippines for the first time on Tuesday. It comes after a new partnership covering climate, trade and foreign policy was launched between the UK and the Philippines in December […]

todayAugust 28, 2023 4


Flights hit by delays after UK air traffic control technical fault

Holidaymakers have been hit by bank holiday travel delays after a UK air traffic control failure meant flight plans had to be input manually by controllers. National Air Traffic Services (Nats), the country’s leading provider of air traffic control, said at 3.15pm that it had “identified and remedied” the technical issue affecting its systems and it was working with airlines and airports to support affected flights. Major UK airlines such […]

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UK airspace hit by technical fault

Air passengers have been warned to expect “significant delays” as a UK air traffic control failure means flight plans are having to be input manually by controllers. The National Air Traffic Services (NATS), the country’s leading provider of air traffic control services, said it has applied traffic flow restrictions on Monday to maintain safety following a technical issue. It added in an update on Monday that controllers are having to […]

todayAugust 28, 2023 2


SNP incompetence blamed as Labour condemns ferry cancellations

Labour has accused the Scottish Government of incompetence as figures revealed “spiralling” cancellations impacting lifeline ferry services to many island communities. State-owned ferry operator CalMac cancelled 40,989 sailings between September 2018 and April 2023, the figures obtained by Labour using freedom of information legislation show. Non-weather related cancellations rose from 1,371 in 2017-18 to a peak of 5,805 in 2021-22, before dropping last year. There were 4,620 sailings axed for […]

todayAugust 27, 2023 2


Harry Dunns mother a lot more at peace on fourth anniversary of his death

The mother of teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn has said she feels “a lot more at peace” on the fourth anniversary of his death after fulfilling her promise to him to get justice. Charlotte Charles told the PA news agency her anger with both the UK and US governments’ handling of the case “still bubbles”, but spoke of her pride as she said “they picked on the wrong family”. Harry was […]

todayAugust 27, 2023 3


Samba reggae group to bring sustainability to forefront at Notting Hill Carnival

A Samba reggae group participating in the Notting Hill Carnival hope to make sustainability “part of the party” as they don outfits made in Brazilian Samba schools that have been saved from landfill. Dende Nation are to take to the streets of the west-London area on the children’s day of the Carnival on Sunday, moving to the beat of the Afro-Brazilian music and shining a light on sustainability through its […]

todayAugust 27, 2023 6


Nadine Dorries resigns as Tory MP with scathing attack on Rishi Sunak

Nadine Dorries has resigned her parliamentary seat with a scathing attack on Rishi Sunak, accusing him of “demeaning his office by opening the gates to whip up a public frenzy” against her. The Tory MP for Mid Bedfordshire on Saturday said she had submitted her resignation letter to the Prime Minister, publishing the blistering text on social media. In it, she accused Mr Sunak of leading attacks on her resulting […]

todayAugust 26, 2023 8


Protesters call for rethink on expansion of ULEZ scheme

Demonstrators in south London have demanded a delay or stoppage of the capital’s Ultra Low Emission Zone. Car horns hooted in response to the Beep For Freedom banners that were held by members of a cheering and whistling crowd gathered at the junction outside Tooting Broadway station on Saturday. Among those who oppose the scheme, which is being brought in by London mayor Sadiq Khan, was retired financial planner Warren […]

todayAugust 26, 2023 2


UK hosting qualifying event for World Cup of competitive hot dog eating

The president of Major League Eating has said he is “very excited” that the UK is hosting a qualifying event for “our World Cup”, the annual Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest, for the first time. A dozen competitors, many from the UK, will be going “cheek to jowl” eating Nathan’s Famous hot dogs in the 10-minute competition on Saturday at Seal Bay Resort’s White Horse Complex in […]

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