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Boris Johnson authorised evacuation of animals from Afghanistan, Foreign Office emails suggest
Whistleblower emails have raised further questions over Boris Johnson's insistence that he did not intervene to assist animal charities during the evacuation of Afghanistan.
Russia-Ukraine crisis: Inside the top-secret tank base that provides Ukraine's best hope of defence against Russian invasion
With a soldier on board, we were given directions to drive off main roads and along snow-covered tracks to a desolate spot and await further instructions.
Eerie echoes of inflation-riddled past as UK firms pass on surging costs
Anyone looking for clues that inflationary pressures in the UK economy will ease in coming months would do well to avoid the CBI's latest industrial trends survey today.
Ukraine-Russia tensions: UK and US will consider imposing personal sanctions on Vladimir Putin if his troops invade neighbour
The UK and US have both said that personal sanctions could be imposed on Vladimir Putin if Russia invades neighbouring Ukraine.
Wizz Air eyes UK-led recovery as growing costs hit bottom line
The boss of Wizz Air has told Sky News he expects the company's UK investment and pent-up demand for travel in the country to help lead its fightback this summer from the coronavirus crisis.
Boris Johnson: Sue Gray has received photos of parties in Downing Street which show the PM next to wine bottles, Sky News understands
Sue Gray has received photos of Downing Street parties which include Boris Johnson and others close together with wine bottles, Sky News understands.
Downing Street parties: Boris Johnson fails to explicitly commit to publishing Sue Gray's partygate report in full
Boris Johnson has not explicitly committed to publishing the full report into lockdown parties in Downing Street and across Whitehall, as Westminster awaits the findings of the long-awaited inquiry.
Dog rescued from drowning after sausage dangled from drone in Hampshire
A dog in Hampshire has been rescued from rising tides with a sausage attached to a drone.
Climate change: Future of Winter Olympics and snow sports on thin ice, report warns
Climate change is threatening the future of the Winter Olympics and snow sports by eroding the season and forcing more dangerous, artificial conditions, experts have warned in a report published a week before the 2022 Games.
Big vote of confidence in the City of London as Citi dismisses Brexit threat
They are the twin questions with which City executives have been grappling for some time.
Texas synagogue siege: Two men arrested in Manchester as part of investigation into attack
Two men have been arrested in Manchester as part of the investigation into the Texas synagogue attack by a British hostage-taker earlier this month.
Energy boss casts doubt on government deal to prevent 50% price cap hike
The chief executive of a major household energy supplier has cast doubt on whether the sector and government will be able to spare households from a huge spike in bills from April.
Methuselah, believed to be the oldest aquarium-based fish in the world, likes belly rubs and fresh figs
A four-foot-long lungfish called Methuselah is believed to be aged 90 and the oldest in the world to be living in an aquarium.
Fortnum & Mason in talks about Qatar expansion as World Cup looms
Fortnum & Mason, the upmarket London department store, is in talks to open an outlet in Qatar amid growing interest from international brands in the tiny Gulf state ahead of this year’s football World Cup.
IMF urges 'targeted support' for UK households hit by cost of living surge
The International Monetary Fund has urged Britain to offer "targeted support" for struggling households facing a cost of living surge.
Leicestershire teacher Sarah Moulds charged with animal cruelty over video of horse being punched and kicked
A primary school teacher has been charged with animal cruelty after a video appeared to show her punching and kicking a horse.
COVID-19: Bangladeshi communities and Pakistani men most at risk of dying from coronavirus during third wave
Bangladeshi people and Pakistani men living in the UK were most at risk of dying during the third wave of COVID, despite the efforts of the vaccination programme, new research suggests.
COVID-19: Sir Elton John forced to delay shows after testing positive for coronavirus
Sir Elton John has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing him to delay parts of his tour in the United States.