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Labour and Tories will ‘both leave NHS worse off than under austerity’

After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Rishi Sunak laughs at GP joke as heckler calls NHS ‘disintegrating’

During a campaign engagement in Wiltshire, the prime minister is confronted with criticism regarding his policies. After a doctor shouted at him regarding the NHS's plight, Rishi Sunak laughed at a joke about GPs. On Friday, the prime minister was addressing a rally in Wiltshire when a woman, who is believed to be Dr Jane Lees-Millais, began to query government policies that involve patients being referred to other primary care staff instead of GPs.

Labour denies Starmer promised peerages for MP resignations

Sir Keir Starmer has refuted allegations of a purging of left-wing candidates, which have dominated the Labour election campaign. Labour has refuted allegations that it provides peerages to former Labour MPs in exchange for their resignations to accommodate Sir Keir Starmer's selected candidates.

Starmer denies the purging of left-wing candidates

Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, has denied that his party is obstructing left-wing candidates as it works to ensure that a complete slate is in position for the general election on July 4. He expressed his desire for "the most exceptional candidates" to be considered during his speech in Monmouthshire. Diane Abbott, a seasoned Labour politician, has accused the party of conducting a "cull" of left-wing candidates.

Labour promises to’rebuild safety on Britain’s streets’ as Tories target VAT

Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper will pledge to reinstate 13,000 neighborhood police officers and PCSOs "back on the beat" as Chancellor Jeremy Hunt directs his criticism towards Labour's tax proposals. As Labour concentrates on combating crime, they will pledge to "restore the presence of police in the community."

Sunak to double down on national service plan

The prime minister reportedly intends to encourage employers to prioritize applications from individuals who have served in the military. Security is the "bedrock" of Labour's manifesto. Rishi Sunak is anticipated to persist in his controversial efforts to revive national service by advocating for employers to prioritize job applicants who have served in the military.

Business News

Netflix will drop 16 smart TVs next month. Is YOURS listed?

Netflix stated that its app will no longer work on some smart TVs beginning next month, forcing consumers to add a streaming device to stay connected. The world's most extensive streaming service announced that consumers will be unable to access the service on a number of obsolete Sony TVs manufactured in 2014. Users who wish to keep their devices the same in order to preserve access must pay between $20 and $50 for an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, or Chromecast with Google TV.

Voters want energy bill reduction for vulnerable houses

Voters have urged the future administration to assist the most vulnerable with their energy expenses. According to the advocacy organization Warm This Winter, over two-thirds (57%) of the population wants to see a social tariff introduced to provide cheaper energy to people in true need. While 32% were undecided or did not know whether they supported the measures, only 11% rejected them.

EU threatening 38% tariffs on Chinese electric cars from July

The EU disregards the wishes of its main electric car producers and plans to levy more tariffs on Chinese imports, claiming they threaten "economic injury.". According to a provisional finding by the European Commission, China's electric vehicles may face additional EU tariffs of up to 38% beginning next month because they get "unfair" state subsidies.

Badenoch meets Kretinsky next week for Royal Mail offer

Daniel Kretinsky, the Czech oligarch who has negotiated a £3.7bn acquisition of International Distribution Services, will engage in discussions with Kemi Badenoch, the business secretary. The business secretary, Kemi Badenoch, is scheduled to meet with the Czech tycoon who is on the brink of becoming the first foreign proprietor of Royal Mail in its 500-year history next week.

Gas prices peak since December but oil prices fall

Although a critical gas pipeline operator cautions that a fracture could significantly affect supply, drivers can take comfort in the fact that Brent crude oil has fallen below $80 per barrel. The wholesale costs of natural gas in Europe have reached their highest levels since December of last year, which threatens future increases in energy bills. However, drivers may shortly receive additional fuel relief due to a decline in oil prices.

M&G drops rescue plan challenge, saving Superdry

The news that the landlord of its flagship store will not formally attempt to obstruct a restructuring proposal has boosted the struggling fashion chain. The proprietor of Superdry's flagship store has withdrawn from a challenge to its rescue plan, granting the struggling London-listed fashion chain a reprieve.

FTSE-100 housebuilder Persimmon considers £1bn grab for Cala

Next week, Persimmon is one of the potential bidders for Cala Group, which its proprietor, Legal & General, has placed on the market. One of Britain's largest housebuilders is considering a £1 billion takeover bid for Cala Group, a rival player in the sector that has been placed up for sale. Persimmon, which has a market valuation of £4.74bn, is considering submitting an offer for Cala before next week's bid deadline.

CMA offers pet owner tips before vet sector probe

According to the competition commission, there are 16 million households that own pets. Many of these households have faced the challenge of paying veterinarian bills, may have overpaid for medications, and may not be aware of the most effective treatment options. In response to concerns that pet owners are being overcharged for veterinarian services and are not receiving sufficient information regarding treatment alternatives, the United Kingdom's competition regulator has guided pet owners.

World News

Eight Israeli troops die in Gaza as Palestinian dead toll ‘passes 37,000’

The troops were slain early Saturday morning while driving in a convoy after participating in a midnight battle against Hamas. The Israeli military confirmed that eight Israeli troops were killed inside Gaza. On Saturday morning, an explosion occurred in the southern city of Rafah, killing the military members.

8 Israeli troops killed in southern Gaza attack; worst day in months

Hamas gunmen killed eight Israeli soldiers in Rafah after they fired rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and ambushed a support team stationed there. The attacks on Saturday were one of the worst days for Israeli soldiers in Gaza in months as the ground invasion of the southern area intensified. The Qassam Brigades, Hamas' military wing, stated in a statement that its soldiers "carried out a complex ambush against enemy vehicles" in the Saudi suburb of Tal as-Sultan area in western Rafah.

Haiti will replace national police head to combat gangs

The newly formed administration in Haiti has announced the replacement of the chief of the embattled national police force in the latest effort to combat gang violence in the crisis-plagued country. The prime minister's office has stated that former police chief Rameau Normil will succeed Frantz Elbe. The action comes as Haiti's new prime minister, Garry Conille, faces growing demand to reinforce the Haitian National Police. Despite being in the vanguard of the fight against powerful armed gangs on the Caribbean island, the force needs to be better staffed and equipped.

G7 leaders display unity but appear unstable at home

This year's G7 conference had all the signs of a vulnerable club but one that nonetheless fights hard to protect Western interests. On Saturday, the leaders of what were once the world's wealthiest countries wrapped up the three-day G7 meeting in Borgo Egnazia, a luxury resort set in the hills of Puglia in southern Italy. However, for most of its members, domestic problems outweighed the group's global political authority.

What became of the Taliban-fighting women?

Initially, some Afghan women defied the new rules by taking to the streets to protest after the Taliban restricted their ability to work, learn, and go out in public. However, the Taliban's complete force was soon felt by the individuals who gathered in the capital, Kabul, and other major cities to demand "food, work, and freedom." Protesters were subjected to physical violence, imprisonment, and even being threatened with death by stoning.

Korean ramen is too spicy for Denmark

Denmark has recalled many spicy ramen noodle items made by the South Korean business Samyang, citing concerns that the capsaicin levels could poison consumers. Three hot flavours from the Samyang instant ramen brand are being discontinued: Buldak Spicy and hot chicken three times, spicy and hot chicken twice, and hot chicken stew. Denmark's food agency issued the recall and warning on Tuesday, encouraging people to avoid the product.

UN-backed committee charges Israel and Palestine with war crimes

The United Nations-backed commission's inquiry has determined that Israel and Palestinian groups have committed war crimes in the vicious war in Gaza. Additionally, the commission has accused Israel of "crimes against humanity." The independent Commission of Inquiry (COI) published twin reports on Wednesday which constitute the United Nations' first comprehensive examination of the events since October 7. These reports pertain to the actions of Palestinian and Israeli groups. Indiscriminate murders and sexual violence are being levelled at both parties.

Famous French vocalist Françoise Hardy dies at 80

France's most beloved singer-songwriter, Françoise Hardy, has passed away at the age of 80. Thomas Dutronc, her son and fellow musician, posted on social media, "Mom is deceased." In 1962, Hardy emerged as a cultural icon who served as an inspiration to the likes of Mick Jagger and Bob Dylan on the music scene. She was a symbol of France's Yé-yé (yeah yeah) pop movement, which was named after its homage to English music and was characterized by its melancholy melodies.

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SCIENCE NEWS

Don’t download iOS 18 beta, risk consequences

All iPhone users have been advised to refrain from downloading Apple's most recent update, as it poses a risk of disabling their smartphones or applications. Since Monday, developers have been testing the iOS 18 beta, identifying issues related to the new 'Lock and Hide an app' feature, battery life, photos saving, and text notifications. Although the beta version is intended for such trials, the majority of users are taking a risk by installing it as their primary software.

Technical expert advises against ‘obsolete’ iPhones: ‘Just chuck them away’

If you possess an iPhone that is seven years or older, you may be susceptible to a cyberattack. Security experts have cautioned that software updates that safeguard users from malware and other exploits are no longer available for smartphones manufactured between 2008 and 2014. The iPhones that are not presently supported range from the original model to the 6 Plus; however, new models are added to the list on a nearly annual basis.

Boeing launches first NASA astronaut mission, overcoming delays

After years of postponement, Boeing successfully launched its inaugural NASA mission to transport two astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS). On Wednesday, the Boeing CST-100 Starliner departed Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 10:52 ET (15:52 BST). After a 25-hour flight, the shuttle and astronauts Suni Williams and Butch Wilmore are anticipated to arrive at 12:15 ET (17:15 BST) on Thursday.

ChatGPT down! Users lose access to popular AI tool after website and app failure

It is one of the most widely used AI applications on the internet, with approximately 13 million users per day. However, ChatGPT experienced a significant disruption this morning, preventing users from accessing the app or website. According to DownDetector, hundreds of individuals worldwide have been impacted since 8 a.m. BST.

Craziest US skyscrapers in development, including Big Bend

Architecture firms have proposed an extraordinary variety of bewildering "statement buildings" for cities throughout the United States to achieve, as one architecture professor put it, "a shot of true beauty, and maybe a bit of nonsense." Some designers aspire to establish a reputation by presenting an extravagant, viral proposal, such as a 60-story, city-long snake or a "bat cave" lair.

Solar storm causes US radio blackouts; more expected

Radio blackouts have been reported in some areas of the United States following the discharge of a powerful stream of energized particles from the sun toward Earth early Wednesday morning. At approximately 10:36 a.m. Eastern Time, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported disruptions in the Midwest and eastern regions of the United States.

LIFE STYLE NEWS

More women psychopaths, lists 7 signs

Not to mention violent criminals, on-screen psychopaths such as Tom Ripley and Patrick Bateman are typically male. This may bolster the notion that the overwhelming majority of psychopaths are male, but an academic now argues that this perception may be erroneous. Dr. Clive Boddy, an expert at Anglia Ruskin University, asserts that female psychopaths are "more prevalent than we realise" due to the fact that studies have long been unable to identify them.

Singles as happy or happier than married couples

According to scientific research, there is no discernible difference in happiness or health between married and single individuals. Researchers compared the mental and physical health of individuals who were married and those who had never exchanged vows. The University of California researchers stated that there was "little evidence" that marriage improved long-term wellbeing.

Men surpass women in directions; surprising study findings

Men surpass women in directions; surprising study findings

Coastal living faces accelerated aging due to climate change

Coastal living faces accelerated aging due to climate change

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The hardest US Open challenge: beating Scottie Scheffler

Given that Scottie Scheffler, the world's highest-ranked golfer, is entering the 124th US Open with a level of momentum not seen on the men's tour in many years, what is the best course of action? The Louisville Metro Police Department was on the right track when they contacted Rory McIlroy.

Pat Nevin: ‘I didn’t want to be a player at first but I enjoyed it’

A day with Pat Nevin reads like a travelogue. The former Scotland international awaits me inside Berwick-upon-Tweed station, where he is reading a memoir written by Simon Raymonde, the bassist of his favourite band, the Cocteau Twins. The book is allegedly fantastic, and it inspires a slew of humorous anecdotes about Nevin, a Chelsea and Everton footballer who is interested in music, reading, film, and politics.

Why fast-thinking, bulked-up Saints are Premiership favorites

There is always more to the most successful organizations than meets the eye. On the surface, Northampton are the same as they have always been: a proud club with exceptional support and several individuals who are incredibly remarkable. However, the Saints' initial appearance in a Premiership final in a decade is not a mere coincidence when you converse with the individuals who have led them to Twickenham.

California wildfire smoke prematurely killed nearly 50,000 people over a decade

Wildfires generate smoke containing PM2.5, which are minute particles approximately one-thirtieth the size of a human hair. These particles have the potential to penetrate the lungs and reach the bloodstream. Numerous health conditions and premature mortality have been associated with the particles. The detrimental pollutant is being exposed to millions of individuals in the United States by wildfire smoke, as indicated by prior research.

Travel News

Freight train derails on vital route, prompting ‘Do not travel’ advisory

The incident occurred on the West Coast Main Line, which runs between Carlisle and Oxenholme Lake District. A freight train derailed on a significant route between England and Scotland, resulting in the issuance of a "do not travel" alert and the cancellation and delay of rail services. On Wednesday night, the incident occurred on the West Coast Main Line between Penrith and Oxenholme Lake District.

Airline delays due to Liverpool airport power outage

A passenger stated they were stranded on the tarmac for nearly three hours while Liverpool John Lennon Airport attempted to resolve a power disruption. Another passenger reported that a "full Ryanair flight" had been delayed at Dublin Airport since 1.30 pm1.30 pm. A power failure at Liverpool John Lennon Airport halted all aircraft, resulting in potential delays, as passengers were advised.

How troubled is Boeing?

Piloting a Boeing 737 Max is described by Captain Dennis Tajer as "observing a troubled child." The pilots union for American Airlines, the Allied Pilots Association, is led by its president, who asserts that he would never board an unsafe aircraft. However, he declares that he must recognize the calibre of the aircraft he is operating.

At least 50 hurt in Sydney-Auckland flight ‘incident’

An "incident" was reported to emergency services at approximately 3:38 p.m. local time. Twelve passengers were transported to the hospital, while dozens were evaluated and treated. A Sydney-to-Auckingham flight encountered a "technical" issue in the air, resulting in at least fifty injuries. A violent movement was caused by "a technical event that occurred during the flight," according to a statement from LATAM Airlines.

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HEALTH NEWS

Ultra-processed foods, alcohol, tobacco, pollution kill 2.7M Europeans annually

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that ultra-processed foods, alcohol, tobacco, and fossil fuels kill 2.7 million people in Europe each year. Experts claim that 'powerful industries' are causing illness and early death by interfering with government policies and efforts to reduce cases of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. Critics, however, dismissed the assertions as 'half-baked Marxism' and accused the WHO of advocating for a 'nanny state'.

‘Health MOTs’ for seniors ‘at front door of A&Es’

NHS England said the method, which would target adults aged 65 and up or those with frailty-related diseases, could be a "lifeline" for many patients. The health service has announced that "health MOTs" will be provided to older individuals "at the front door" of hospital A&E departments to reduce unnecessary hospitalizations. NHS England chief executive Amanda Pritchard said the strategy might be a "lifeline" for many patients by allowing them to be assessed and helped more quickly.

Health minister suggests £10 monthly ‘insurance type’ fee for NHS dental

A health minister has faced criticism for suggesting that patients be charged a monthly fee of £10 in the form of an "insurance-style" cost to access NHS dentistry. The concept is purportedly brought up by primary care minister Andrea Leadsom at numerous round-table meetings organized by the Department of Health and Social Care. The Health Service Journal was informed by sources that officials extended invitations to patient groups and dentistry experts to participate in discussions regarding the resolution of the access crisis.

A test can detect dementia nine years before it strikes, say scientists

Scientists have created a groundbreaking test that has the potential to predict dementia with 80% accuracy up to nine years before a diagnosis. The results are expected to result in the availability of a test for Alzheimer's, the most prevalent form of dementia, within the next few years, according to experts. The researchers from Queen Mary University of London asserted that their approach was superior to memory tests and brain shrinkage measurements, two frequently employed diagnostic instruments for the condition.

Why a mastectomy may not work as well as lump removal

However, the most recent research indicates that women may survive longer if only the tumour is removed rather than the entire breast. The survival rates of patients who underwent a lumpectomy, which involves the removal of only malignant tissue in conjunction with radiotherapy, were superior to those who underwent a mastectomy, which involves the removal of the entire breast.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Netflix stated that its app will no longer work on some smart TVs beginning next month, forcing consumers to add a streaming device to stay connected. The world's most extensive streaming service announced that consumers will be unable to access the service on a number of obsolete Sony TVs manufactured in 2014. Users who wish to keep their devices the same in order to preserve access must pay between $20 and $50 for an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Roku, or Chromecast with Google TV.
Essex, who purportedly decided to apply to the show, has expressed his hope that he will depart the island "hand in hand with the love of my life." Joey Essex, a reality television personality, has become the inaugural celebrity contestant to compete in the Love Island villa. The 33-year-old, who achieved fame on The Only Way Is Essex, has stated that he is participating in the programme due to his current state of being "extremely single" and his aspiration to depart the island "hand in hand with the love of my life."
Is artist avarice the cause? What are the expenses associated with the ticketing website? Tax regulations in the United Kingdom? Do concert attendees also contribute? It is not uncommon to spend a significant amount of money to attend a concert featuring one's preferred major artist; however, the current price of concerts has reached an unprecedented level. Fans of Bruce Springsteen have paid more than £120 for "rear pitch" standing tickets for his May 2024 tour, while some have recently expressed dissatisfaction with the £145 price tag of standing tickets for Billie Eilish's 2025 UK leg.

CULTURE NEWS

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Grammy-winning artist Anita Pointer passes away at age 74.

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OPINION NEWS

Johnny Depp Wins Defamation Case Against Amber Heard

The Jury has returned their unanimous verdict that Johnny Depp has won his defamation case against Amber Heard as she was requested to pay the entertainer $15m in damages.

Gene-edited tomatoes: British scientists create tomato with ‘souped-up’ vitamin D

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LATEST ARTICLES

Labour and Tories will ‘both leave NHS worse off than under austerity’

After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Following a chemical incident, people were ordered to close their windows

After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Eight Israeli troops die in Gaza as Palestinian dead toll ‘passes 37,000’

The troops were slain early Saturday morning while driving in a convoy after participating in a midnight battle against Hamas. The Israeli military confirmed that eight Israeli troops were killed inside Gaza. On Saturday morning, an explosion occurred in the southern city of Rafah, killing the military members.

Hydrogen driving: We test the fuel cell Ineos Grenadier

Electric vehicles are the future, and everyone agrees on that. That is the mantra offered to motorists who are encouraged to convert to EVs. However, not everyone agrees that the future of motoring will be entirely dominated by plug-in electric vehicles; some believe hydrogen fuel cells may play an essential role. Ineos, owned by buccaneering boss Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is already developing a robust 4x4 EV called the Fusilier, but it is also considering hydrogen power.

Southgate urges fans to “enjoy the football”

German police have increased security measures for the England-Serbia game on Sunday in Gelsenkirchen. When asked about the increased security risk of England's opening Euros match against Serbia, Gareth Southgate responded that he "expects everyone to enjoy the football." The England manager was replying to a question at a pre-match press conference on Saturday regarding the decision to increase security for Sunday's game in Gelsenkirchen.

New survey forecasts Tories will win 72 seats in next parliament

According to pollsters, the Tories are on the verge of "electoral extinction," with Reform UK also surging in the rankings. Two polls published today are bad news for Rishi Sunak. One shows a four-point dip, and the other indicates his party will win only 72 seats. A Savanta poll for The Sunday Telegraph found the Tories down four points to 21% of the vote, the lowest by that pollster since the final days of Theresa May's premiership in early 2019.

8 Israeli troops killed in southern Gaza attack; worst day in months

Hamas gunmen killed eight Israeli soldiers in Rafah after they fired rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs) and ambushed a support team stationed there. The attacks on Saturday were one of the worst days for Israeli soldiers in Gaza in months as the ground invasion of the southern area intensified. The Qassam Brigades, Hamas' military wing, stated in a statement that its soldiers "carried out a complex ambush against enemy vehicles" in the Saudi suburb of Tal as-Sultan area in western Rafah.

Beaming Kate returns to Trooping the Colour

The Princess of Wales appeared comfortable, and onlookers applauded her and her family as they walked down The Mall and subsequently onto the balcony of Buckingham Palace. The Princess of Wales joined the Royal Family on Buckingham Palace's balcony for the Trooping the Colour flypast, marking her first public appearance since her cancer diagnosis. Kate, 42, arrived at Buckingham Palace in a car with her children and husband, the Prince of Wales, ahead of the event commemorating the King's formal birthday.

Haiti will replace national police head to combat gangs

The newly formed administration in Haiti has announced the replacement of the chief of the embattled national police force in the latest effort to combat gang violence in the crisis-plagued country. The prime minister's office has stated that former police chief Rameau Normil will succeed Frantz Elbe. The action comes as Haiti's new prime minister, Garry Conille, faces growing demand to reinforce the Haitian National Police. Despite being in the vanguard of the fight against powerful armed gangs on the Caribbean island, the force needs to be better staffed and equipped.

Oregon firefighters rescue 28 upside-down riders

The AtmosFEAR ride, which debuted in 2021, works like a pendulum, able to swing passengers fully upside down. Firefighters rescued 28 people who were trapped 100 feet upside down on a ride at an entertainment park in Oregon. According to a statement shared on social media by Oaks Amusement Park in Portland, one individual with a pre-existing medical condition was brought to the hospital as a precaution following the AtmosFEAR ride's stop.

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Labour and Tories will ‘both leave NHS worse off than under austerity’

After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Following a chemical incident, people were ordered to close their windows

After a white mist began to appear, residents near a chemical facility were advised to keep their windows and doors closed. South Wales Police issued the warning following the incident at Dow's facility in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. Firefighters responded with multiple crews and gave the same advice as police.

Eight Israeli troops die in Gaza as Palestinian dead toll ‘passes 37,000’

The troops were slain early Saturday morning while driving in a convoy after participating in a midnight battle against Hamas. The Israeli military confirmed that eight Israeli troops were killed inside Gaza. On Saturday morning, an explosion occurred in the southern city of Rafah, killing the military members.

Hydrogen driving: We test the fuel cell Ineos Grenadier

Electric vehicles are the future, and everyone agrees on that. That is the mantra offered to motorists who are encouraged to convert to EVs. However, not everyone agrees that the future of motoring will be entirely dominated by plug-in electric vehicles; some believe hydrogen fuel cells may play an essential role. Ineos, owned by buccaneering boss Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is already developing a robust 4x4 EV called the Fusilier, but it is also considering hydrogen power.