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Image copyright Getty Images With a heatwave predicted to bring temperatures above 35C to parts of the UK over the next few days, how can the nation keep cool and carry on? Forecasters expect temperatures to rise throughout the week – culminating in what the Met Office has said could be the highest ever recorded […]

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Image copyright @Ael_sheikh Image caption Passengers at London Heathrow were handed letters from BA explaining the suspension of the Cairo flights Lufthansa has resumed flights from Cairo, but British Airways says services will still be cancelled for another six days as a “precaution”. On Saturday BA alerted passengers who were about to board a plane […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Charlotte Huggins was the first person to be stabbed to death in London in 2019 A man has been jailed for life after being convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend in the early hours of New Year’s Day in Camberwell, south London. Charlotte Huggins, 33, was fatally stabbed in the […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJurors were shown CCTV footage of the defendant’s car driving at cyclists before crashing into barriers A man who drove at cyclists and police officers outside the Houses of Parliament has been found guilty of attempted murder. Student Salih Khater, 30, aimed his car at members of […]

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A London restaurant has committed to running its business without single-use plastics. There are more than 15,000 restaurants in the city, and most are using a large amount of single-use plastics including cling film to cover food. Spring, which is based at Somerset House in Aldwych, has stopped using cling film and plastic straws and […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Dust from car brakes and tyres will still pollute city air even when the vehicle fleet has gone all-electric, a report has warned. Fragments of microplastics from tyres, road surfaces and brakes will also flow into rivers, and ultimately into the sea, government advisers say. Ministers say they want to pass […]

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Image copyright Reuters Deutsche Bank has made the first of the 18,000 job cuts announced on Sunday as part of a radical reorganisation. Staff working in share trading in London, New York and Tokyo were told that their jobs were going. In London, some staff stayed away from work after being told their passes would […]

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Liverpool supporters are one of four groups calling for changes from Uefa Fan groups from Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham have been given backing to demand Uefa improve access to major finals. The four clubs contested the Champions League and Europa League finals last season but issues around ticket prices and travel prompted heavy criticism. […]

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