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November 29, 2022

Growing lockdown defiance has Beijing regime in a bind

Police were out in force across China yesterday in response to scenes of mass public defiance not seen since Tiananmen Square more than three decades ago. Authorities in Shanghai erected barricades on a street where demonstrators had gathered, as protests over the draconian "zero Covid" policy swept the country.

Growing lockdown defiance has Beijing regime in a bind

4 mins

Sunak pledges 'pragmatism' in relationship with China

Prime minister warns against backbench Cold War rhetoric’

Sunak pledges 'pragmatism' in relationship with China

3 mins

PM hints at possible U-turn over onshore wind farm ban

Rishi Sunak is believed to be close to a compromise to allow a new generation of onshore wind farms, as he battles to stave off a rebellion by Tory MPs including Boris Johnson and Liz Truss.

PM hints at possible U-turn over onshore wind farm ban

4 mins

Sunak can't afford too many policy U-turns or rebellions

The unity that Rishi Sunak was due to offer the Conservative Party after the tumult of recent months - years, even - has not been as complete as expected.

Sunak can't afford too many policy U-turns or rebellions

2 mins

Give workers four-day week with no pay cut, unions say

The government should give workers the legal right to request a four-day working week from their employers with no loss of pay, MPs and unions have urged.

Give workers four-day week with no pay cut, unions say

3 mins

Billions needed to cut flood risk for thousands of homes

Around 600,000 homes and businesses face growing flood risks over the next 30 years unless major action is taken to overhaul drainage infrastructure and tighten up controls on new property developments.

Billions needed to cut flood risk for thousands of homes

2 mins

Man killed and one injured in double London stabbing

A man has been killed and another injured following a stabbing in Westminster. Police were called to Lilestone Street, near Regent’s Park, at around 3.30pm yesterday. Officers from the Metropolitan Police found two injured men at the scene. One man, thought to be in his 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene. Enquiries are ongoing to identify and inform his next of kin.

Man killed and one injured in double London stabbing

1 min

Russia 'may be preparing to leave' occupied nuclear site

Moscow installed officials in a city close to the Zaporizhzhia plant say the claim by the boss of Ukraine’s state-run nuclear energy company is not true’, reports Maryam Zakir-Hussain

Russia 'may be preparing to leave' occupied nuclear site

1 min

North Korea 'aiming to be greatest nuclear power'

Kim Jong Un has announced that North Korea’s ultimate goal” is to become the most powerful nuclear force in the world.

North Korea 'aiming to be greatest nuclear power'

2 mins

Erection problems? Don't just reach for the Viagra

It isn’t just older men who experience problems getting an erection. In fact, one recent study estimated that over half of men in their thirties have this issue. This finding will be a surprise to many, which highlights the continuing stigma and shame associated with young men having problems getting or maintaining an erection.

Erection problems? Don't just reach for the Viagra

2 mins

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