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‘Expect disruption,’ public transport users in the UK are warned

Rail workers will stage nationwide strikes and bus and Underground staff will hold stoppages in London, among other disruptions

8 hours ago
1970s UK gloom is back to haunt a government with no memory of it

Britain faces double-digit inflation driven by soaring energy costs that will financially ruin the most vulnerable households

11 hours ago
Blasts signal shift of focus to Crimea in Ukraine war

Kyiv aims to disrupt Russian supply lines ahead of a planned counter-attack in territory annexed by Moscow in 2014

Incident at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant would be ‘catastrophic’

‘If now the world does not show strength and decisiveness to defend one nuclear power station, it will mean that the world has lost,’ Volodymyr Zelensky says

UN’s Guterres in talks with Russia to stop shelling near nuclear power plant

IAEA has warned of disaster as shelling continues near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

Putin says Russian weapons years ahead of rivals but Ukraine undermines boast

Russian leader tells arms show Russia was ready to sell advanced weapons to allies globally, but expert warns performance in Ukraine a poor advertisement

UK first to approve Moderna’s Omicron-specific vaccine

The UK medicines regulator gave the so-called bivalent vaccine made by US firm Moderna conditional approval as a booster for adults

UK refugees may have to choose between food and data to prove identity

Experts warn that some migrants struggling with digital systems could turn to informal arrangements, leaving them vulnerable to abuse

French farmers turn to sorghum as extreme heat hits corn crop

French sorghum production grew to nearly 400,000 tonnes in 2021 from 244,000 tonnes in 2016, farm ministry data show

UK asylum-seekers fight bid to send them to Rwanda

In September, in a coalition of human rights bodies and a trade union will argue that the Rwanda policy is unethical, in the London High Court

UN-chartered ship in Ukraine loads grain aid for transport to Ethiopia

It will be the first humanitarian food aid cargo bound for Africa since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Rushdie on ‘long road to recovery’, agent says

Though his life-changing injuries are severe, his humour remains intact, says son Zafar Rushdie

Suspected Tornado Cash developer arrested in Amsterdam

It has been alleged that Tornado Cash was helping conceal billions in capital flows, including for North Korean hackers

Call for better co-ordination of food aid for Ukraine

Donations are easing as the war drags on, says Jose Andres of World Central Kitchen group, which has served more than 130-million meals in Ukraine since ...

Ukraine and Russia accuse each other of risking nuclear disaster

Russia says Ukraine is recklessly firing at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, while Kyiv says Russian troops struck it themselves

No filling up paddle pools as UK declares drought during heatwave

Only 35% of the average rainfall for July fell, and parts of England and Wales are now in the middle of a four-day ‘extreme heat’ alert

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