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London Underground workers vote to strike again in coming months
London Underground workers have voted to strike again, as they near the end of this week’s action which has seen tube services disrupted across the capital.
Space tourism from companies like SpaceX, Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin could undo work to repair ozone layer, study finds
The space tourism of Richard Branson, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos could undo the progress made to heal the ozone layer, scientists have said.
Ukraine war: 80% of troops killed or injured in elite military unit, says commander - and its future is unclear
A commander of an elite unit of Ukrainian marines has told Sky News the majority of his best trained troops have been injured or killed.
Boris Johnson expects people will 'beat me up' after by-election losses - as he warns public of 'tough times' ahead
Boris Johnson says he expects people will "beat me up" after two by-election defeats - but insisted he was not worried about Conservative MPs plotting to replace him while he is abroad.
Boris Johnson: Prime minister confident he will win next general election - and eyeing up third term
Boris Johnson wants to serve a third term as prime minister despite a bruising week in which the Conservatives suffered two by-election defeats.
Rail strikes: RMT union 'won't hesitate' to take further industrial action as third walkout causes weekend disruption
Rail union boss Mick Lynch has warned his members will not hesitate to take further strike action as he said the disruptive dispute had "a long way to go yet".
Boris Johnson says voters fed up of hearing how he 'stuffed up' as he plays down 'safety valve' by-election defeats
Boris Johnson has said voters are fed up of hearing about things he had "stuffed up" as he played down a bruising double by-election defeat as a "safety valve".
Boris Johnson: By-election defeats and Tory turmoil - none of it seems to bother a prime minister on the ropes
Two by-election defeats, the resignation of his party chairman with the parting shot that Conservative grassroots "deserve better than this", and his colleagues back home openly discussing how to change party rules for another confidence vote - none of it seems to bother Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson avoids knock-out punch after by-election losses - but he soon faces another huge potential blow-up
In the end, it wasn't a double blow, but a triple one.
Norway attack: Mass shooting suspect 'radicalised Islamist' - as terror threat raised to highest level
A suspected gunman charged over a deadly mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Norway's capital Oslo is believed to be a radicalised Islamist with a history of mental illness, according to the country's intelligence service.
Roe v Wade: Joe Biden looking for 'solutions' after Supreme Court's abortion ruling as protests continue in Washington
Joe Biden is continuing to look for "solutions" after the US Supreme Court overturned the right to access an abortion in a history-making decision that has divided opinion across the country.
Strike vote shows British Airways still appears to have a Heathrow problem
"I've had plenty of luck over the last five years, all of it bad."
British Airways workers at Heathrow vote to strike during school summer holidays
British Airways (BA) workers at Heathrow have voted to strike during the school summer holidays, in a move set to cause more travel chaos as the industry struggles to recover from the COVID pandemic.
Mississippi's last abortion clinic faces rush of women trying to beat deadlines of biology and of law
On the corner of a street in Jackson, Mississippi, America's reckoning with abortion is up close and raw.
Isle Of Wight NHS Trust In Patient Plea With Numbers Rising
The Isle of Wight NHS Trust is urging people to only use its Emergency Department at St Mary's if completely unavoidable.
Biker Airlifted To Hospital Following Crash In Ventnor
Emergency services have been called to Ventnor this morning (Saturday) after a crash led to a motorcyclist being airlifted to Southampton General Hospital.
Cowes Lifeboat Re-Floats Grounded Yacht
A 32-foot yacht with a lone yachtsman aboard was towed into deeper water in the Solent earlier this week after going firmly aground off Lepe.
Calls To Scrap A Quarter Of Isle Of Wight Primary Schools
A group of Isle of Wight school leaders are calling to scrap a quarter of the Island’s primary schools.