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Up to quarter of supermarket milk deliveries missed due to driver shortages, says dairy giant
Up to a quarter of supermarket milk deliveries by the UK's biggest dairy supplier have been unable to get through because of a shortage of lorry drivers.
COVID-19: Tear gas fired amid clashes at coronavirus vaccine passport protests in Paris
Police fired tear gas at protesters in Paris amid fierce clashes at demonstrations against COVID vaccine passports.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and wife Carrie expecting their second baby, as she says she had miscarriage
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie are expecting their second baby, she has announced.
Sydney: Cockatoos work out how to open bin lids by watching others do the trick, researchers say
Cockatoos in Sydney have learned to open bins - and the technique is catching on, as others have worked out how to do it by watching them, scientists say.
COVID-19: Uber, Bolt and Deliveroo among firms to offer vaccinated people discounts and vouchers
Discounted meals and cheaper cab rides will be offered to customers who get a Covid-19 jab, as part of a government-led attempt to boost the uptake of vaccines.
Matt Damon on challenging his own perceptions through Stillwater film role
Matt Damon's new film, Stillwater, sees him playing the father of an American student who is in prison in Europe for murdering her flatmate.
Felicity Jones and Shailene Woodley on their 'special experience' of producing and starring in The Last Letter From Your Lover
It's a book that the author felt was "unfilmable" due to its different time strands.
Tokyo Olympics could be hottest on record - and the 'brutal' toll on athletes makes it a dangerous game
Tokyo is hot in the summer. That's why back in the 1964 Olympics they shifted events into October and the athletes enjoyed pretty much perfect temperatures.
First UK space launch due next year as government introduces new rules
Space flights and satellite launches can now take place in the UK, with the first expected next year, after new regulations came into force.
COVID-19: Employers told forcing staff to have vaccine could be criminal offence amid warning over 'no jab, no job' policies
British employers have been warned that forcing staff to have the coronavirus vaccination could amount to a criminal offence, amid concerns over "no jab, no job" policies emerging.
COVID-19: Jabs for jobs is 'good idea' but down to individual businesses, says minister
It is a "good idea" for people to have two coronavirus vaccine doses before returning to work but the government will not make it the law, Grant Shapps has said.
COVID-19: Genuine policies or PR stunts? Something strange seems to be going on in government
Something strange seems to be going on in the Conservative government.
Russian traffic officer with golden toilet is arrested after police uncover massive bribery scheme
A senior Russian traffic officer accused of leading a criminal gang has been arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes.
UK 'closing in on' striking free trade agreement with New Zealand, Liz Truss says
The UK is "closing in on" striking an agreement in principle with New Zealand, the international trade secretary has said.
British Airways owner IAG increases flight numbers to meet take-off in air travel demand as coronavirus rules eased
British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) is to increase flight numbers to meet the surge in demand for air travel as quarantine rules are eased.
COVID-19: UK records 26,144 new coronavirus cases and 71 more deaths
The UK has reported 26,144 new COVID-19 cases and 71 more deaths in the latest 24-hour period.
Wildfires and deaths across southeast Europe amid most severe heatwave in decades
The worst heatwave in decades is causing deaths and mayhem across southeast Europe, with wildfires causing entire villages to be evacuated and millions of people instructed not to venture out into the midday sun.