July 4, 2022

Premier League seeks clubs’ backing for gambling sponsor ban

The Premier League is asking clubs to support phasing out shirt sponsorship by gambling companies in a last-ditch effort to avert a government-imposed ban.
July 4, 2022

Premier League seeks clubs’ backing for gambling sponsor ban

The Premier League is asking clubs to support phasing out shirt sponsorship by gambling companies in a last-ditch effort to avert a government-imposed ban.
July 4, 2022

Nearly half of travel insurance policies don’t protect against strikes, according to Which?

Almost half of insurance policies don't protect holidaymakers from cancellations caused by industrial action, the consumer group Which? has found.
July 4, 2022

Chicago shooting kills five people at July 4th parade

Nine people are believed to have been injured
July 4, 2022

Family speak of terror after plane intercepted by Spanish fighter jets

One person has been arrested following the incident
July 4, 2022

People ‘who want granny and grandpa to hurry up and die’ could abuse legal assisted dying, says MP

The subject has been debated in Parliament today
July 4, 2022

Scottish independence referendum ‘not a priority’ says Boris Johnson

The Prime Minister said the UK should be united and 'rebuilding after Covid'
July 4, 2022

New schools and hospitals to have single-sex toilets by law

The change will apply to a variety of public buildings
July 4, 2022

Five areas off the Cornish coast mapped for floating wind farms to power millions of homes

Five areas in the sea off Cornwall and Wales have been earmarked as possible floating wind farms.
July 4, 2022

Food costs soaring as farms are crushed by visa shortfall

Labour shortages on British farms have left tonnes of food unpicked, costing millions of pounds and pushing food inflation as high as 20% at the farm gate, the agriculture industry has told Sky News.
July 4, 2022

Food costs soaring as farms are crushed by visa shortfall

Labour shortages on British farms have left tonnes of food unpicked, costing millions of pounds and pushing food inflation as high as 20% at the farm gate, the agriculture industry has told Sky News.
July 4, 2022

Food costs soaring as farms are crushed by visa shortfall

Labour shortages on British farms have left tonnes of food unpicked, costing millions of pounds and pushing food inflation as high as 20% at the farm gate, the agriculture industry has told Sky News.