Sunday, October 21, 2018
Two Russian scientists have contradicted the Kremlin’s claims that there was never a state programme to make the deadly nerve agent Novichok, both independently stating that they were involved in the poison’s creation at chemicals weapons laboratories in the Soviet...
Theresa May will seek the “shoulder to shoulder” support of other EU countries to face the growing threat from Russia, telling their leaders: “We are all at risk.” The Prime Minister will...
Boris Johnson has compared the upcoming World Cup in Moscow to the 1936 Olympic Games under Hitler amid escalating tensions over the poisoning of a former Russian spy in the UK. The Foreign Secretary said it would be sickening to...
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its first major report 28 years ago. This watershed document described the ominous implications of escalating emissions and the scale of the challenge in reversing this seemingly inexorable trend. Today, despite four...
Donald Trump’s Justice Department has outlined how federal prosecutors can apply the death penalty to certain drug-related crimes, even as public health experts warn that such “tough on crime” policies may only...
As politicians around the world call Facebook to task over its data use crisis, the tech giant is confronting a rising backlash from another key constituency: its shareholders. Even after a tumultuous year of congressional hearings and evidence that Russian actors exploited...
Theresa May and Amber Rudd have been urged to explain to UK workers why new British passports to be introduced after Brexit will be made in France. The passports had become a...
Cuts to resources for Government departments and agencies looking after the countryside have hit wildlife and rural communities, peers have warned. A Lords committee said Natural England - whose job is to protect and enhance the natural environment - had...
Councils could face "decades more austerity" amid spiralling social care costs unless the Government rethinks a major overhaul of town hall finding, an influential thinktank has warned. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) warned that...
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has broken his days-long silence over a data scandal that has engulfed his company, admitting that the social networking site has “made mistakes”. The scandal involves the personal data of up to 50 million users having been harvested...
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