Photos have emerged of the prime minister drinking at a gathering allegedly during the second lockdown. The photos, obtained by ITV News, show Boris Johnson holding a glass with at least six other people around a table with several empty wine bottles, biscuits and crisps. In the series of photos, the group appear to be
The cast of Mamma Mia! the Musical are among the stars taking part in next month’s Platinum Jubilee parade. The pageant will weave its way through London on open-topped buses recapturing each decade of the Queen’s reign. The musical performers will appear on their own float in the “Time of Our Lives” section of the
A mirror world is a common trope in fantasy and fiction, but it may also be the answer to one of Space’s biggest mysteries today. A group of scientists behind a new research paper suggest that a “mirror world” of particles that remains unseen from us may be the answer to the Hubble Constant problem.
Schwinn’s electric bicycle line has significantly expanded over the last couple years. When I first started riding electric Schwinns, I was largely limited to cruiser e-bikes. But with several new commuter-specific e-bikes like the Schwinn Coston CE that I recently tested, this household bicycle name is making a big move on the wider e-bike market.
In this article @LCO.1 Speaking to CNBC on Monday, the executive director of the International Energy Agency spoke about the intricacies of the energy transition and the competing challenges that will need to be balanced in the years ahead. Imaginima | E+ | Getty Images The executive director of the International Energy Agency spoke of
Russian forces have intensified their efforts in the Donbas region in the east of the country. But Ukraine says Vladimir Putin’s soldiers are using heavy firepower around Donetsk, and have suffered severe losses in the disputed Luhansk region. Sky’s Special Correspondent Alex Crawford reports from there. Keep up with all the latest developments in Ukraine
Deputy Director of Navy Intelligence Scott Bray shows declassified video of an unidentified object during a House subcommittee hearing on “unidentified aerial phenomena,” popularly known as UFOs. #CNN #News
Boris Johnson has conceded that the cost of living crisis “is going to go on” but said people asking what more the government will do to help will “just have to wait a little bit longer”. The prime minister faces a growing clamour – including from a number of Tories – to adopt Labour’s idea
Wind turbine and cooling towers of the Cruas-Meysse nuclear power plant in France, April 12, 2021. Jean-Marie HOSATTE | Gamma-Rapho | Getty Images Russia’s war in Ukraine has pushed countries around the globe to wean themselves from Russian oil and natural gas. Parallel conversations are imminent in the nuclear energy space, too, because Russia is
Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts has said “being diagnosed with cancer has meant I’ve learned to appreciate my body” as she appeared on the cover of a magazine with a visible stoma bag. The presenter, who revealed in October she was undergoing treatment for bowel cancer, discussed staying strong mentally throughout her treatment during a
Boris Johnson has received Sue Gray’s updated report into lockdown-busting parties held in Downing Street and across Whitehall, Sky News understands. The release of the senior civil servant’s full report had been delayed until the Metropolitan Police finished their investigation into COVID rule-breaking events at the heart of government – named Operation Hillman. The conclusion
A Russian soldier who pleaded guilty to murdering an unarmed 62-year-old civilian has been sentenced to life in prison in the first war crimes trial of the conflict. Sergeant Vadim Shishimarin was accused of shooting an unarmed resident through an open car window in the village of Chupakhivka. The 21-year-old Russian tank commander pleaded guilty
President Joe Biden has said that the US would intervene militarily if China attacks Taiwan. “That’s the commitment we made,” Mr Biden told reporters at a press conference in Tokyo. The remarks seem to be a departure from the US’s longstanding policy of “strategic ambiguity” in its response to a potential Chinese invasion. Washington must
A man who murdered his partner’s three-year-old son has been sentenced to at least 24 years in prison, while his mother has been jailed for 11 years. Kemarni Watson Darby died from abdominal injuries on 5 June 2018, after his rib cage was “crushed” at the home he shared with his mother and her partner
Energy companies have been told by the government that “all options are on the table” if they do not reinvest their bumper profits – amid a growing clamour for a windfall tax. Simon Clarke, chief secretary to the Treasury, acknowledged the “extraordinary pressure on family finances” and said imposing such a levy could not be
Aerospace firm SpaceX is looking to raise $1.7 billion (roughly Rs. 13,192 crore) in fresh funding, a massive initiative as its controversial founder Elon Musk continues to make news, television channel CNBC reported Sunday. Citing a company-wide email the network said it obtained, CNBC reported the space travel pioneer would be paying $70 (roughly Rs.
The long-awaited Sue Gray partygate report is finally set to be published this week – with the deadline for Downing Street officials to object to being named in it passed. Reports have suggested the document, expected to be published in the coming days, will feature photographs of illegal gatherings. It was also reported that top
Elon Musk told reporters in Brazil that Tesla will have self-driving cars without the need for human drivers behind the wheel for supervision or at all really around this time next year. It’s Musk’s latest timeline on Tesla’s full self-driving effort, but he has been wrong about those in the past. The Tesla CEO was
The current oil crisis isn’t like previous ones — and consumers will have to bear the brunt of it even as they grapple with rising inflation, Angela Wilkinson from the World Energy Council told CNBC. “I think this is a first global energy shock, this isn’t the same as the 1970s crisis, oil shock crisis.
Amber, 19, has waved her anonymity to tell her story. From the age of 13 she bounced through the care system, on a journey to ever-greater isolation and abuse, which ended in her being placed in “prison-like” secure accommodation “for her own safety”. Like many children, she was removed from home, in part, due to