King expected to call in opening speech for Cop28 to be critical turning point
Charles will tell leaders and climate delegates that the “hope of the world” rests on decisions taken at the international summit
Fresh disruption for rail travellers as train drivers strike again
Members of Aslef at 16 train operating companies will refuse to work overtime from today, and begin a series of strikes tomorrow
NHS urges people to book lifesaving Covid and flu vaccines before Christmas
Booking systems will close on 15th December
Significant improvements by Greater Manchester Police inspection finds
No areas of it's policing are currently inadequate, according to HMICFRS
Singing postboxes to bring festive cheer in run up to Christmas
They'll be in London, Swansea, Glasgow and Belfast
Former chancellor Alistair Darling dies aged 70
Former chancellor and veteran Labour politician Alistair Darling has died aged 70.
The Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan has died aged 65 his wife has announced in a post on Instagram
The Pogues frontman Shane MacGowan has died at the age of 65, his wife Victoria Mary Clarke announced in an Instagram post.
Under fire Matt Hancock to give evidence before Covid inquiry
Matt Hancock is expected to contest accusations made about his performance as health secretary during the pandemic as he appears before the UK Covid-19 Inquiry.
Henry Kissinger hailed as an artist among diplomats following death at 100
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger has been described as “one of the most dependable and distinctive voices on foreign affairs” following his death at the age of 100.
Former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger dies aged 100
Henry Kissinger, the US secretary of state who dominated foreign policy under former presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, has died aged 100, his consulting firm Kissinger Associates said.
GPs must be given more support to deliver continuity of care report
GPs must be given more support to delivery continuity of care for patients, the safety investigator has recommended.
Citizens Advice warning as many turn to buy now pay later to fund Christmas
More than a quarter of UK adults say they are likely to use buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) to help ease spending over the festive period, Citizens Advice has found.
Final chance to see pandas at Edinburgh Zoo ahead of their return to China
Visitors have one final opportunity to say goodbye to Britain’s only giant pandas before zoo keepers get them ready to make their way back to China.
UK mortgage approvals increase after interest rates held at 525
The number of mortgages approved for home buyers picked up last month after interest rates were held steady and mortgage increases eased.
History and justice on side of Greek claim to Elgin Marbles says minister
Greece’s foreign minister has pushed for Athens to take back the Elgin Marbles as he attended a summit with Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron.
UK set for slower growth next year as economy lags behind G7 peers OECD
The UK economy is set for the second-slowest growth of the world’s G7 advanced economies, according to new forecasts.
Halfords cautions over weaker big ticket sales as customers feel pinch
Halfords has cautioned over a slowdown in sales growth as demand for big-ticket products weakened in recent months.
Phil Foden inspires Manchester City fightback in win over RB Leipzig
Phil Foden created two and scored another as holders Manchester City came from 2-0 down to preserve their unbeaten Champions League run with a 3-2 win over RB Leipzig.
More hostages and prisoners freed on fifth day of temporary Israel Hamas truce
Hamas released 12 hostages and Israel released 30 Palestinian prisoners on Tuesday, the fifth day of a fragile ceasefire that has enabled humanitarian aid to flow into Gaza and that mediators hope to extend even as Israel pledges to resume the war.
Social media sites failing to stop the spread of suicide content charity says
Social media platforms suffer from significant, fundamental system failings in handling self-harm and suicide content, according to a new report.
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