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August 03, 2022

Outrage As Oil Firms Rake In Huge Profits While Bills Soar

BP accused of 'unfettered profiteering' as profits triple in three months to £7bn

Outrage As Oil Firms Rake In Huge Profits While Bills Soar

4 mins

Truss Feels Heat After U-Turn Over £9bn In Cuts

Liz Truss suffered a humiliating setback in her attempt to become the next prime minister yesterday as she was forced into a U-turn on civil service pay after a backlash from within her own party.

Truss Feels Heat After U-Turn Over £9bn In Cuts

4 mins

Mother of Archie Battersbee says life support to end today

The mother of 12-year-old Archie Battersbee has said his life support treatment will be removed at 11 am today, hours after a last-minute attempt to postpone the hospital taking action was rejected by the UK’s supreme court “with a heavy heart”.

Mother of Archie Battersbee says life support to end today

3 mins

Rwanda asylum plan under fire as Channel crossings rise

The number of people crossing the Channel in small boats to seek refuge in the UK hit a daily record for the year so far on Monday, as Border Force staff braced themselves for thousands more arrivals this summer.

Rwanda asylum plan under fire as Channel crossings rise

2 mins

Precision Targeting Balcony Routine That Brought Down al-Qaida Leader

One of the oldest mistakes in the fugitive's handbook apparently did for Ayman al-Zawahiri, the top al-Qaida leader killed, according to US intelligence, by a drone on Sunday morning: he developed a habit.

Precision Targeting Balcony Routine That Brought Down al-Qaida Leader

3 mins

Archbishop Affirms 'Gay Sex Is A Sin' Declaration At Anglican Gathering

Justin Welby, the archbishop of Canterbury and leader of the global Anglican church, has sought to mollify conservative bishops around the world by "affirming the validity" of a 1998 declaration that gay sex is a sin.

Archbishop Affirms 'Gay Sex Is A Sin' Declaration At Anglican Gathering

2 mins

Man United Stars Top Ofcom League Table Of Players Abused On Twitter

More than 300 abusive tweets are sent to Premier League footballers every day and nearly seven in 10 players receive abuse on Twitter, according to a study.

Man United Stars Top Ofcom League Table Of Players Abused On Twitter

2 mins

Hamilton takes stake in the group owning Denver Broncos

American football

Hamilton takes stake in the group owning Denver Broncos

1 min

Hodgkinson Knew Toone Would Rise To The Very Top

Athletics

Hodgkinson Knew Toone Would Rise To The Very Top

1 min

Bairstow sits out Hundred in blow to ECB showpiece

The Hundred has been hit by the withdrawal of a second English star after Jonny Bairstow decided to follow the example of his Test captain, Ben Stokes, in choosing to rest rather than play in the England and Wales Cricket Board's showpiece.

Bairstow sits out Hundred in blow to ECB showpiece

1 min

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The Guardian Newspaper Description:

PublisherGuardian News & Media

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyDaily

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper founded in 1821. It is one of the most respected newspapers in the world, known for its independent journalism and its commitment to social justice.

The Guardian has a liberal political stance and covers a wide range of topics, including news, politics, business, culture, and opinion. It also has a number of special interest sections, such as the Guardian Weekly, which is a weekly international edition, and the Guardian Cities, which covers urban life.

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