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It’s after the Prime Minister’s winter plan announcement Pressures on A&E and increasing hospital admissions could trigger the Government’s Plan B for tackling Covid, the Health Secretary said as he refused to rule out another lockdown. Sajid Javid defended not bringing in more stringent measures now, as set out in the Government’s winter plan for […]

All while promising the move will not result in higher prices Primark has committed to making all of its clothes using recycled or more sustainably-sourced material by 2030 while promising the move will not result in higher prices. The fast fashion giant also said it will strengthen the durability of its clothes so they last […]

They’re calling for Government action on home insulation Climate protesters have blocked parts of the M25 for the second time in three days. Insulate Britain, which is demanding Government action on home insulation, stopped traffic at two sections of Britain’s busiest motorway. They targeted Junction 23 for South Mimms in Hertfordshire and the main carriageway […]

Captain Heather Knight believes it would send a “strong message” for her England team to go and play cricket in Pakistan next month. England women’s and men’s teams are both due to visit Pakistan in October. The women’s team have never previously toured the nation, while the men have not been since 2005 due to […]

British Airways has operated its first ever flight using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The airline said the flight from London Heathrow to Glasgow demonstrated how “aviation is decarbonising”. CO2 emissions from Tuesday’s flight were 62% lower than a so-called “perfect flight” which it operated from London to Edinburgh with as few emissions as possible in […]

The sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has criticised South Korea’s president and threatened a “complete destruction” of bilateral relations after both countries tested ballistic missiles just hours apart. The missile launches underscored a return to tensions between the rivals at a time when talks aimed at stripping North Korea of its nuclear […]

Savers who could benefit from investing their money but are missing out are to be given more support, under a new strategy set out by the City regulator. Nearly 8.6 million people currently hold more than £10,000 of investible assets in cash. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) aims to reduce the number of consumers who […]

The Government is being urged to reconsider its 3% pay award to NHS staff after nurses overwhelmingly described it as “unacceptable”. More than nine out of 10 members of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in England and Wales voted in a consultative ballot saying the controversial award was not acceptable. RCN general secretary Pat […]

Ed Sheeran has become the first British solo artist to claim a full year at number one in the Official Singles Chart across his catalogue of hits. The singer-songwriter has spent 52 weeks at the top of the charts across his 10 number one singles. He is currently sitting in pole position with his hit […]

The Prime Minister has criticised the rapper Nicki Minaj over her stance on coronavirus vaccines. Chart-topping rapper Minaj revealed she was not vaccinated ahead of the Met Gala, a glamorous event in New York known as fashion’s biggest night, which required attendees to have been jabbed. She also shared an unsubstantiated story on social media […]

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