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February 17, 2022

Nato plans to deploy more forces for Ukraine crisis as Russian ‘retreat' questioned

Nato is planning the deployment of new combat units to central and southeastern Europe, as it accused Russia yesterday of failing to pull troops back from the border with Ukraine.

Nato plans to deploy more forces for Ukraine crisis as Russian ‘retreat' questioned

4 mins

Invasion would mean ‘body bags returning to Moscow', senior US official warns

Ukrainian soldiers in Odessa mark the country’s newly declared National Unity Day

Invasion would mean ‘body bags returning to Moscow', senior US official warns

4 mins

Russia risks becoming a pariah, Truss to warn Putin

Foreign secretary to visit Ukraine, Poland and Germany on diplomatic trip

Russia risks becoming a pariah, Truss to warn Putin

2 mins

Charities Say Vulnerable At Risk From PM's Covid Plan

More than half a million people with conditions compromising their immune systems risk becoming “the pandemic’s forgotten victims” as Boris Johnson lifts the final remaining Covid-19 restrictions, charities have warned.

Charities Say Vulnerable At Risk From PM's Covid Plan

4 mins

Children Aged Five To 11 In England To Be Offered Jab

The Covid-19 vaccine is to be made available to all children in England aged five to 11, the government has announced.

Children Aged Five To 11 In England To Be Offered Jab

2 mins

Storm Dudley brings winds of 80mph and heavy rain

Fears of worse to come as Storm Eunice hits tomorrow

Storm Dudley brings winds of 80mph and heavy rain

2 mins

With no NDA signed, will Giuffre now sell her story?

Virginia Giuffre did not sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) as part of her settlement with Prince Andrew, paving the way for her to speak out about the alleged sexual abuse and bring more shame on the British royal family.

With no NDA signed, will Giuffre now sell her story?

3 mins

Andrew did what only the privileged few can do

Back in October Prince Andrew’s lawyers unleashed an aggressive move usually only seen during the heated final days of a US presidential election: an oppo dump.

Andrew did what only the privileged few can do

4 mins

Police launch investigation into ‘cash for honours' at Prince Charles' charity

Scotland Yard has launched an investigation into cash-for honours allegations linked to the Prince of Wales’ charity.

Police launch investigation into ‘cash for honours' at Prince Charles' charity

2 mins

‘Box office' PM runs scared of Workington man on visit

Johnson avoids red wall public over Partygate backlash fears

‘Box office' PM runs scared of Workington man on visit

2 mins

Starmer hits new popularity peak as Savile slur backfires

Sir Keir Starmer has this week recorded his highest ever rating as the best potential prime minister, in a clear indication that Boris Johnson failed in his attempt to smear the Labour leader by falsely linking him to paedophile Jimmy Savile.

Starmer hits new popularity peak as Savile slur backfires

2 mins

Last supper for supercroc: reptile devours baby dino then dies in a megaflood

Preserved remains reveal final meal 93 million years later

Last supper for supercroc: reptile devours baby dino then dies in a megaflood

2 mins

If a wind turbine falls on a farm, it does make a sound

Locals mistake noise for thunder as 115m-tall structure snaps

If a wind turbine falls on a farm, it does make a sound

1 min

Three die after 6-magnitude earthquake in Guatemala

Three people have died after a 6.2-magnitude earthquake in Guatemala struck close to the town of Tiquisate, around 80 miles from the country’s capital, Guatemala City, at around 1.30am yesterday morning, with power cuts affecting the local population, and tremors that could be felt as far away as Mexico.

Three die after 6-magnitude earthquake in Guatemala

1 min

Canada Relaxes Covid Travel Rules For The Fully Vaccinated

Canada will ease its tough rules for arriving travellers from 28 February, with those who are fully vaccinated no longer required to pay for a slow and expensive PCR test before their journey.

Canada Relaxes Covid Travel Rules For The Fully Vaccinated

1 min

Are Red Wall Voters Finally Taking Starmer Seriously?

In the last few weeks, it has felt very much like Keir Starmer has arrived in British politics.

Are Red Wall Voters Finally Taking Starmer Seriously?

3 mins

The Super Bowl is the last unifying event in the US

From epic commercials to celebrity gossip to the private planes transporting NFL players, the sports event is an unusual time to be in the newsroom

The Super Bowl is the last unifying event in the US

2 mins

Why are car rental costs in America through the roof?

Q We own a property in Florida and absolutely love going there. Our flights this year are comparable with previous years. However, the car hire is at least three times more expensive. I am unwilling to pay more than £1,200 for something that normally costs under £400. Do you foresee this changing in the near future?

Why are car rental costs in America through the roof?

1 min

Facebook Promotes Clegg To President Of Global Affairs

Former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has been promoted to Facebook’s top table, the company has announced.

Facebook Promotes Clegg To President Of Global Affairs

1 min

Sport news in brief

Valieva results will ‘have an asterisk against them’, says IOC

Sport news in brief

2 mins

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