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Gas supply this winter 'not a cause for immediate concern', business secretary says after meeting with energy executives
Gas supply this winter is "not a cause for immediate concern", the UK's business secretary has reassured, following reports that a spike in prices could threaten food production and other industries.
AUKUS pact has 'tarnished' friendship between France and UK, US and Australia, French National Assembly president says
The bonds of friendship between France and the UK, US and Australia have been "tarnished" by the AUKUS pact, and it is now "more difficult than before" for France to trust those countries, the president of the French National Assembly has told Sky News.
COVID-19: Travel traffic light system scrapped - and changes to coronavirus tests for fully jabbed holidaymakers announced
A major relaxing of travel rules for people entering and leaving England has been announced for the coming weeks.
Derby County: Culture secretary pledges action to stop football clubs going bust as Wayne Rooney's side face points deduction
Nadine Dorries, the new culture and sport secretary, has promised to "take action" to prevent more football clubs going under after Derby County became the latest to get into financial trouble.
Howard Quayle: Isle of Man's chief minister on his 'Howard o-clock' cult movement and 'bemusement' at PM's undersea roundabout
"It's Howard o'clock" has become a slogan used on swimsuits, t-shirts, bags, mugs, bottles of wine and, even, turned into a monopoly-style drinking game.