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Lauren James stars as England crush China to reach last 16 of Womens World Cup

Two goals and three assists from Lauren James led a revived England attack and ensured the Lionesses secured top spot in Group D with a thumping 6-1 victory over China at the Women’s World Cup. Alessia Russo opened her account for the tournament after four minutes while Lauren Hemp and James made it three by the halfway point, with James seeing another chalked off following a VAR check in stoppage […]

todayAugust 1, 2023 2


Government urged to do more on energy profits as oil and gas prices fall

Opposition parties said that the Government was failing to act as oil companies continue to rake in massive profits even though oil and gas prices have come down from last year’s highs. BP on Tuesday reported that it had made around 2.59 billion US dollars (£2 billion) in underlying replacement cost profit over the three months to the end of June. Despite it being more than two-thirds lower than last […]

todayAugust 1, 2023


Food price inflation slows to lowest level this year

Food price inflation has slowed to its lowest level this year amid falling prices for staples such as oils, fish, and breakfast cereals, figures show. Food inflation decelerated to 13.4% in July, down from 14.6% in June – the third consecutive slowing and its lowest level since December last year, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC)-Nielsen Shop Price Index. Overall, shop prices were 7.6% higher in July than a […]

todayAugust 1, 2023 1


Just Stop Oil protesters lose appeals against jail terms for scaling bridge

Two Just Stop Oil protesters jailed after scaling a bridge on the Dartford Crossing have lost a Court of Appeal bid to have their sentences reduced. Morgan Trowland, 40, and Marcus Decker, 34, were jailed after using ropes and other climbing gear to scale the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, causing gridlock when police closed it to traffic last October. At a hearing in London last week, the protesters’ lawyers made […]

todayJuly 31, 2023


Court of Appeal gives green light for wild camping on Dartmoor

Members of the public have the right to wild camp in Dartmoor National Park, the Court of Appeal has ruled. In January, a High Court judge ruled a nearly 40-year-old piece of legislation did not give people the right to pitch tents overnight on Dartmoor Commons without landowners’ permission. Alexander and Diana Darwall brought the successful legal challenge against the Dartmoor National Park Authority (DNPA), claiming some campers cause problems […]

todayJuly 31, 2023 2


Court of Appeal to rule on Dartmoor wild camping case

The Court of Appeal is to give its ruling in a legal battle over the right to wild camp in Dartmoor National Park. In January, a High Court judge concluded that a nearly 40-year-old piece of legislation did not provide people the right to pitch tents overnight on Dartmoor Commons without landowners’ permission. Farmers Alexander and Diana Darwall brought a successful legal challenge against the Dartmoor National Park Authority (DNPA), […]

todayJuly 31, 2023


Labour blames Tories for costly mistake on gas

The closure and subsequent re-opening of the UK’s largest gas storage site cost the country nearly £1.7 billion over two years, Labour has said. The party has blamed the Conservatives for what it has labelled a costly mistake, as Labour accused ministers of ignoring warnings about the winding down of the Rough storage facility under the North Sea. The storage site had been mothballed from 2017 but was partially reopened […]

todayJuly 30, 2023 1


Salmond Ferrier thrown to the media wolves

Alex Salmond has said Margaret Ferrier was “thrown to the media wolves” by a disloyal SNP, though Humza Yousaf has dismissed his views as being in a “minority”. The Alba Party leader said that despite Ms Ferrier’s “serious mistake” in breaking coronavirus rules, there should not be a by-election in her constituency. There is currently a recall petition ongoing in her Rutherglen and Hamilton West seat after the MP was […]

todayJuly 30, 2023 2


Sunak to meet oil and gas chiefs this week

Energy bosses will gather this week for meetings with the Government, as it prepares to set out new details of its plans for the UK’s fossil fuel and green industries. Ministers are expected to provide an update on the delivery of the Government’s energy security plans, with support also due to be announced for carbon capture and new renewable technologies in Britain. Rishi Sunak and Energy Security Secretary Grant Shapps […]

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