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November 29, 2022

Online safety bill targets racist and sexist content

Tech firms face hefty fines for online safety law violations

Online safety bill targets racist and sexist content

3 mins

Sunak warning over China as Xi continues crackdown on protest

Beijing poses a systemic challenge to our values and interests’, says PM

Sunak warning over China as Xi continues crackdown on protest

3 mins

The signs they are a-changin’ Dylan apologises after using machine to autograph books

Bob Dylan has issued a rare public statement to apologise for his \"error in judgment\", amid controversy over his use of a machine to autograph special copies of his new book that had been advertised as \"hand-signed\".

The signs they are a-changin’ Dylan apologises after using machine to autograph books

3 mins

Migrants who show diphtheria symptoms will be sent to isolation

Asylum seekers showing diphtheria symptoms will be held in \"secure isolation hotels\" similar to those used during the Covid pandemic, a minister said yesterday.

Migrants who show diphtheria symptoms will be sent to isolation

2 mins

King of comedy: Scorsese says he has watched C4’s Derry Girls

The Economic Club of Chicago isn't necessarily known for its social media heft.

King of comedy: Scorsese says he has watched C4’s Derry Girls

1 min

OneLove armband 'divisive’, says Qatar World Cup official

The head of Qatar's World Cup organising committee has accused teams who wanted to wear the OneLove armband at the World Cup of sending a \"very divisive message\" to the Islamic and Arab world.

OneLove armband 'divisive’, says Qatar World Cup official

2 mins

Facing rebellious Tory MPs and a resurgent opposition, is Sunak really tough enough?

His allies say he has the capacity to grasp the big issues, but even some of them doubt the firmness of his hand

Facing rebellious Tory MPs and a resurgent opposition, is Sunak really tough enough?

3 mins

Boiling over How wave of civil disobedience started

Last month in Zhengzhou, the capital of Henan province, thousands of workers at an Apple iPhone factory clashed with riot police and tore down barricades, in part because of Covid restrictions.

Boiling over How wave of civil disobedience started

3 mins

Chinese police in show of force in attempt to quell Covid lockdown protests

Protests spread across China

Chinese police in show of force in attempt to quell Covid lockdown protests

3 mins

Twitter Bots flood platform to block news of unrest

Twitter has been flooded with nuisance posts designed to obscure news of the coronavirus lockdown protests in China, in an apparent state-directed attempt to suppress footage of the demonstrations.

Twitter Bots flood platform to block news of unrest

1 min

Ex-NBA star speaks out about 'Invasive’ Heathrow search

I'm extraordinarily privileged. If it's happened to me-good lord, what is it like for everyone else?'

Ex-NBA star speaks out about 'Invasive’ Heathrow search

2 mins

Matt Hancock - MP proves a vote-winner but may not have a future in politics

Hancock won 22% of votes from viewers in the I’m a Celebrity … final

Matt Hancock - MP proves a vote-winner but may not have a future in politics

2 mins

She's coming home First the Euros, now I'm a Celebrity. Scott wins nation's hearts

There is a reason why, at 35 years old, Scott was still an integral part of the England manager Sarina Wiegman's plans in the summer and the public were treated to a glimpse of it in the opening hour of this year's series.

She's coming home First the Euros, now I'm a Celebrity. Scott wins nation's hearts

3 mins

Raab urged to back law stopping super-rich silencing journalists

‘Abuse of the UK legal system by powerful individuals should be a national shame’

Raab urged to back law stopping super-rich silencing journalists

2 mins

The Crown star left 'terrified in her own home' by stalker, court hears

A persistent stalker who left Claire Foy \"terrified in her own home\" and fearing he would kill her and her daughter entered the UK illegally, a court has heard.

The Crown star left 'terrified in her own home' by stalker, court hears

1 min

Stun gun death: family of victim take IOPC to court

'Our brother was a good man... nobody deserves to die like this'

Stun gun death: family of victim take IOPC to court

2 mins

Nurses’ strike may disrupt key healthcare including urgent surgery, say NHS bosses

Hospitals may not be able to provide key elements of healthcare such as urgent surgery, chemotherapy and kidney dialysis during the strikes by nurses, NHS bosses have said.

Nurses’ strike may disrupt key healthcare including urgent surgery, say NHS bosses

2 mins

Labour: Tories will miss 2030 nature targets in 'dereliction of duty’

The government will not be able to achieve its nature targets by 2030, even though they are \"embarrassingly poor\", the shadow environment minister and leading wildlife groups have said.

Labour: Tories will miss 2030 nature targets in 'dereliction of duty’

3 mins

Eadburg was here: woman's name is found hidden in rare medieval manuscript

For nearly 1,300 years, no one knew it was there. The name of a highly educated English woman was secretly scratched on to the pages of a rare medieval manuscript in the eighth century, but was impossible to read – until now.

Eadburg was here: woman's name is found hidden in rare medieval manuscript

2 mins

Theatre review - Nature takes centre stage as trees finally have their say

The Cherry Orchard Deutsches Schauspielhaus, Hamburg

Theatre review - Nature takes centre stage as trees finally have their say

1 min

Great Barrier Reef should be placed on world heritage 'in danger' list - UN report

A UN-backed mission to the Great Barrier Reef has concluded that the world's biggest coral reef system should be placed on a list of world heritage sites \"in danger\".

Great Barrier Reef should be placed on world heritage 'in danger' list - UN report

3 mins

Battle for Bakhmut bogs down in trench warfare with growing casualties

Fighting around the key eastern Ukraine town of Bakhmut has descended into a bloody morass with hundreds of dead and injured reported daily, as neither Russian nor Ukrainian forces have been able to make a significant breakthrough after months of fighting.

Battle for Bakhmut bogs down in trench warfare with growing casualties

3 mins

Iranian artists urge global boycott of cultural centres run by or linked to regime

Dozens of Iranian artists have called for an international boycott of cultural institutions run by or affiliated with the Islamic Republic in protest against the regime’s worsening human rights abuses.

Iranian artists urge global boycott of cultural centres run by or linked to regime

2 mins

Drone hunter Yale historian on his £1m crowdfunder to provide air defences

Ukrainian firefighters battle a blaze in the Cherkasy region after a Russian drone strike hit energy infrastructure

Drone hunter Yale historian on his £1m crowdfunder to provide air defences

3 mins

Green tangle Fijian island strangled by invasive vines

In Vanua Levu, the second largest island of Fiji, every contour drips with green. The landscape is impossibly lush and verdant. But upon closer inspection, it’s evident that nearly everything is shrouded in vines.

Green tangle Fijian island strangled by invasive vines

1 min

Europol seizes 30 tonnes of cocaine in 'super cartel' raid

A super cartel” that controlled one-third of the cocaine trade in Europe has been dismantled in six countries, police have said.

Europol seizes 30 tonnes of cocaine in 'super cartel' raid

2 mins

Two people rescued from plane caught in power lines

Two seriously injured people trapped inside a small plane that crashed into high-voltage cables near Washington DC, causing mass power cuts, have been rescued, authorities have said.

Two people rescued from plane caught in power lines

1 min

United States - Missing woman found by family after 51 years

Results of a DNA test

United States - Missing woman found by family after 51 years

1 min

Manuscript discovery may offer fresh insight into Hegel's work

A biographer researching the German philosopher Hegel has uncovered a massive treasure trove of previously undocumented lectures that could change perceptions of one of the leading figures of modern western philosophy.

Manuscript discovery may offer fresh insight into Hegel's work

2 mins

No progress on gender diversity in tech sector, says Lane Fox

The businesswoman and peer Martha Lane Fox has criticised the lack of gender diversity in the UK technology industry, saying it has not progressed in 25 years.

No progress on gender diversity in tech sector, says Lane Fox

1 min

How the lights went out at Bulb

Future of the bailed-out energy supplier could be decided today

How the lights went out at Bulb

4 mins

A strange rivalry Wales must play with handbrake off to earn overdue win against England

I watched Wales’s second game of the World Cup at Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff.

A strange rivalry Wales must play with handbrake off to earn overdue win against England

3 mins

'Had I stayed fit I would have been the greatest ever'

Shoaib Akhtar remains the fastest bowler of all time and is delighted to welcome England back to Pakistan

'Had I stayed fit I would have been the greatest ever'

4 mins

Stokes helps flood appeal on England's return to Pakistan

‘We are looking forward to playing an entertaining style of cricket which hopefully ends up in results’

Stokes helps flood appeal on England's return to Pakistan

3 mins

Fifa’s nowhere man Infantino is lost in this bonfire of greed, vanity and power

Fifa is expected to rake in a record 6.3bn from this messiest and most divisive of all World Cups...and meanwhile the global game is spiralling out of control

Fifa’s nowhere man Infantino is lost in this bonfire of greed, vanity and power

5 mins

Berhalter exposed to USA and Iran's political unrest

The two teams meet with a place in the knockout stage at stake amid growing tension in the Islamic Republic

Berhalter exposed to USA and Iran's political unrest

3 mins

Van Gaal demands respect as Dutch aim to seal top spot

Louis van Gaal has accepted criticism of the Netherlands after the draw with Ecuador on Friday but has demanded respect for the 17-game unbeaten run since he took charge.

Van Gaal demands respect as Dutch aim to seal top spot

2 mins

Fernandes double sends Portugal soaring to last 16

This clash of two talented and tempestuous heavyweights failed to meet expectations, but the repercussions could prove fatal for Uruguay. Portugal eased into the last 16 with two goals from Bruno Fernandes to leave the South Americans needing to beat Ghana on Friday to have a chance of joining them. Revenge will be high on the agenda for Ghana.

Fernandes double sends Portugal soaring to last 16

3 mins

Kudus keeps Black Stars shining as Uruguay await

Ghana’s task is now clear: cast aside the spectre of Luis Suarez, bury the ghosts of Soccer City and earn a place in the knockout stage.

Kudus keeps Black Stars shining as Uruguay await

3 mins

Casemiro applies late finish as Brazil adapt to the absence of Neymar

Brazil limbered up for the match by taking a stroll around Doha's Souq Waqif. They emerged unscathed, with wallets still largely intact, but Switzerland, for a long time here, threatened to rob Tite's team of their cloak of invincibility.

Casemiro applies late finish as Brazil adapt to the absence of Neymar

3 mins

Aboubakar inspires Indomitable Lions to roar back amid the chaos

Chaos. Two teams historically wedded to chaos. A Serbia team in chaos because of injury.

Aboubakar inspires Indomitable Lions to roar back amid the chaos

3 mins

Beale leaves QPR to manage at Ibrox

Rangers

Beale leaves QPR to manage at Ibrox

1 min

Wales can cause upset by beating England, says Bale

Captain believes his side can add to the surprise results at this World Cup by overcoming their neighbours

Wales can cause upset by beating England, says Bale

4 mins

Trippier has concerns over 'fly-away’ World Cup balls

Kieran Trippier has suggested the quality of set pieces at the World Cup has suffered because players are struggling to adapt to the ball.

Trippier has concerns over 'fly-away’ World Cup balls

1 min

Stoking the fire England's 'quality' can handle Wales' intensity

Gareth Southgate wants his team tobe ruthless and keep their emotional focus to avoid a potential derby upset

Stoking the fire England's 'quality' can handle Wales' intensity

4 mins

Familiar faces and good vibes make tournament life a much better fit for maligned Maguire

For England he is not a public face of a listing hulk. He has a manager who trusts and values him

Familiar faces and good vibes make tournament life a much better fit for maligned Maguire

4 mins

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