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Marks & Spencer blames Brexit as it closes 11 French stores

10 hours 47 min ago
Brexit has made it "near impossible" for it to supply fresh and chilled products to France, the retailer says.

Most office workers will never return full-time, survey says

10 hours 51 min ago
Most people do not believe workers will return to the office full-time, according to YouGov research.

French storms: Nine drown in choppy Mediterranean sea

11 hours 8 min ago
Those who drowned in the dangerous conditions were all in their 50s, 60s and 70s.

Co-op to start selling groceries on Amazon Prime

11 hours 8 min ago
Shoppers will be able to order Co-op's full range of groceries via Amazon across the UK by Christmas.

Aukus: UK, US and Australia launch pact to counter China

11 hours 28 min ago
Beijing says the deal, involving nuclear-powered submarines, undermines regional peace.

UK power prices soar after key cable hit by blaze

11 hours 30 min ago
British wholesale electricity prices for the following day jumped by 19% to £475 per megawatt hour.

Reshuffle: Boris Johnson continues changes after cabinet revamp

11 hours 31 min ago
The PM begins replacing middle-ranking and junior ministers in his biggest rejig since entering No 10.

Nottingham Forest sack Hughton after dismal start

11 hours 32 min ago
Nottingham Forest sack boss Chris Hughton after six defeats from seven Championship matches this season.

Koepka should withdraw from Ryder Cup if he does not love it - Azinger

12 hours 17 min ago
Former US captain Paul Azinger responds to Brooks Koepka's comments about the Ryder Cup by suggesting he should pull out of the 2021 matches.

Covid: PM continues reshuffle and will full-time office working return?

12 hours 41 min ago
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.

Dad of girl murdered by Stephen Leonard says review rebuff 'unfair'

13 hours 56 min ago
Jim Holt's daughter Lorraine was murdered in 1979 by a man who would try to kill again in 2018.

The Papers: PM 'wields axe' as he 'lays ground for next election'

15 hours 31 min ago
Thursday's front pages are dominated by Boris Johnson's major reshuffle of his cabinet.

Foreign students struggling to pay for UK university

19 hours 16 min ago
The pandemic has made studying in the UK more expensive for some international students

The 22-year-old who took on a housing giant and won

19 hours 21 min ago
As a new report claims dilapidated housing can kill, the BBC meets an unlikely champion for tenants.

Help: Channel 4 drama examines 'undervalued' care workers during pandemic

19 hours 50 min ago
A new Channel 4 film starring Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham is set in the early days of the pandemic.

Call for investigation of menstrual changes after Covid jabs

20 hours 3 min ago
There is no evidence of any impact on fertility - but research will help to counter false claims.

Champions League drama as Liverpool win, Man City hit six and Messi disappoints

20 hours 24 min ago
Breathless, beautiful and brilliant - the Champions League announces its return with a dramatic night across Europe.

Mangrove forests: Photography winners show beauty of ecosystems

20 hours 31 min ago
The Mangrove Photography Award winners show unique ecosystems above and below the waterline.

Ros Atkins on... why people are using a horse drug

20 hours 35 min ago
Ivermectin is being used by some to treat Covid-19, despite the benefits being unproven.

On the trail of fake medicine smugglers in Benin

20 hours 43 min ago
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there’s been an increase in counterfeit drugs around the world.


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