November 2, 2021

No end in sight to ‘gigantic bottleneck’ for global freight, shipping giant warns

Maersk, the world's biggest shipping company, has warned there is "little visibility" about when bottlenecks in global supply chains will end.
November 2, 2021

Deforestation pledge, renewable energy and Google’s carbon footprint

Ian King speaks to Sky's Adam Boulton about a pledge made by world leaders to end deforestation by the end of the decade, and how much of a difference this will make.
November 2, 2021

Deforestation pledge, renewable energy and Google’s carbon footprint

Ian King speaks to Sky's Adam Boulton about a pledge made by world leaders to end deforestation by the end of the decade, and how much of a difference this will make.
November 2, 2021

Morrisons apologises for ‘anti-EU’ chicken label

“Our chicken label is adhering to British packaging regulations, however, we will be redesigning it to make it clear this is not a political commentary.”
November 2, 2021

Call the Midwife star Pam Ferris urging people to not let off fireworks on Bonfire Night

The actress has backed a national pet charity as they share data on how stressful fireworks can be for pets
November 2, 2021

Support Toffee’s Appeal to stop fireworks scaring dogs with this colouring-in poster

Protect the nation's dogs this Bonfire Night and #BeMoreToffee
November 2, 2021

Hundreds respond to request for pictures of dogs in specific Halloween costumes

The thread included two French Bulldogs dressed as Buzz Lightyear, a dachshund pirate, a whippet UPS delivery man, and many more
November 2, 2021

Bereavement payments and funeral costs: the financial help you can get if a loved one dies

It can be a stressful time, but there is help available if you're struggling with a bereavement
November 2, 2021

Crafty neighbour plays Ferrero Rocher prank on trick or treater

The school boy thought he'd struck gold, and as soon as he got home, excitedly started sifting through his takings for the evening
November 2, 2021

Insulate Britain protesters glue themselves to city centre roads and motorway near major airport

There have been several demonstrations across the UK this morning
November 2, 2021

British trawler detained as part of French fishing feud still being held despite Macron climbdown

A British scallop trawler detained by French authorities as part of a fishing feud with the UK is still being held, despite a cabinet minister earlier telling Sky News it had been released.
November 2, 2021

Council paints bright red patches for cyclists outside residents’ homes

Homeowners say they hate the 'Toytown' look of the new route - and claim it rarely gets used anyway