Wednesday, July 6th, 2022

UK subscribers will soon be able to leave Amazon Prime in two clicks | Amazon

Quitting an Amazon Prime membership is a confusing business that can often feel like it takes longer than the next-day delivery the service promises. From the end of next month, however, UK subscribers will...

Big Scottish landowners could face fines for nature and climate failings | Land ownership

Scotland’s largest landowners will be forced to pay fines if they fail to protect nature, local communities and the climate under new land reform proposals. Landowners who control estates in Scotland larger than 3,000...

How Keir Starmer hopes to ‘make Brexit work’ | Keir Starmer

Keir Starmer is using a speech on Monday to set out Labour’s five-point plan to “make Brexit work” – a slogan he first used in his party conference speech last year. Labour’s approach is...

Boris Johnson was aware of some allegations about Pincher before he was promoted, No 10 admits – live | Politics

No 10 refuses to deny PM referred to disgraced MP as ‘Pincher by name, pincher by nature’ before making him deputy chief whip And here is a fuller summary of what was said at...

Pret returns to profitable operations with strongest sales outside London | Pret a Manger

The sandwich chain Pret a Manger has returned to profitable operations after two years in which it lost a cumulative £570m. Announcing trading figures for the first six months of 2022, the company said...

Italian glacier collapse: rescue teams continue search for missing hikers | Italy

Rescue teams have flown drones over an Alpine mountainside in Italy in an attempt to spot any more victims from the collapse of a glacier that sent an avalanche of ice, snow and rocks...

Unseasonable heat to hit parts of Canada and China this week | Environment

There will be a big change in temperature across parts of Europe this week. Northern Scandinavia experienced unprecedented heat last week with Tana Bru and Banak in Norway reaching 32.5C on Wednesday, the hottest...

New bid to strip name of sex-offender former Queensland mayor from road and bridge | Queensland

The name of a jailed former mayor who committed sexual assault, corruption and other offences may be stripped from a street and a bridge after a Queensland councillor expressed regret for voting to keep...

Nobody believes Johnson did not know about Pincher claims, says Labour peer | Conservatives

Boris Johnson still has questions to answer over the appointment of Chris Pincher as Conservative deputy chief whip, Labour has said, as a minister said it was possible the prime minister knew of general...