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Fuel shortages remain in south east England but improvements elsewhere

Britain will from Monday deploy military tanker drivers to deliver fuel after a chaotic week of shortages that has resulted in panic buying and some drivers hoarding petrol in water bottles

Fuel shortages remain in south east England but improvements elsewhere

Man arrested on suspicion of murder of British teacher

Her killing has highlighted again public anger over violence against women, coming six months after huge public outcry when a woman was abducted, raped and murdered in south London in March by a ...

Man arrested on suspicion of murder of British teacher

120 cars remain uncollected for a decade at Chittagong port

These 120 vehicles of various renowned brands, including Land Rover, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Lexus, Jaguar, Ford and Mitsubishi, were shipped to the port under the Carnet de Passage system.

120 cars remain uncollected for a decade at Chittagong port

Indo-Pacific

UK sees Bangladesh as 'critical stability provider'

The UK has recognized Bangladesh’s role as a "critical stability provider" in the region, and its particular relevance in the context of the UK’s integrated foreign, trade, development and security ...

UK sees Bangladesh as 'critical stability provider'

Post-Brexit partnership

Dhaka-London 4th strategic dialogue Thursday

Bangladesh and the UK will hold the fourth strategic dialogue in London on Thursday to review all aspects of the relations between the two countries with a focus on post-Brexit and post-Covid new ...

Dhaka-London 4th strategic dialogue Thursday

India's Thakur and Pant pile on runs against England in fourth Test

Shardul Thakur and Rishabh Pant strengthened India's grip on the fourth Test against England with a seventh-wicket partnership of exactly 100 at the Oval on Sunday

India's Umesh Yadav watches his shot go to the boundary during play on the fourth day of the fourth cricket Test match between England and India at the Oval cricket ground in London on 5 September 2021.

London's City finance hub mulls post-Covid future

London's once bustling City finance district is grinding back to life, but it bears the scars of the deadly pandemic, sparking fresh questions over the future of the so-called "Square Mile"

London's City finance hub mulls post-Covid future

UK police's racial disparities persist a decade after riots

Mistrust between Britain's ethnic minorities and the police lingers, a decade after the shooting of a man whose death sparked the country's worst civil unrest in a generation

UK police's racial disparities persist a decade after riots

13 contenders finalised for 2021 Booker Prize

The Booker Prize has launched careers and courted controversy since its creation in 1969, expanding its remit since 2013 to include authors outside the Commonwealth, Ireland and Zimbabwe

13 contenders finalised for 2021 Booker Prize

UK hosts 51 countries for climate talks ahead of COP26

British minister Alok Sharma, president of COP26, will lead the two-day meeting, which London said will address "key issues that require resolution" at the summit

UK hosts 51 countries for climate talks ahead of COP26
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