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The bitter dispute over the deposit return scheme has the hallmarks of a row between the Scottish and UK Governments which may yet end up in court. more
WTC final updates from the one-off match at the OvalAny thoughts? You can email or tweet @GeoffLemonSport89th over: Australia 345-3 (Smith 105, Head 153) The first boundary of the day for Head, … more
Women’s semi-finals at Roland Garros from 2pm (BST)Swiatek to face Haddad Maia after sweeping past GauffGet in touch: email Daniel or tweet @DanielHarrisMuchova wins the toss and, as per the … more
Three confirmed dead, says exiled mayor in Kherson; larger team to respond to ‘possible loss’ of plant’s main source of cooling waterRussia-Ukraine war at a glanceThe Russian state-owned news … more
Millions of people across North America continue to struggle with extremely high levels of air pollution amid Canada’s worst-ever start to wildfire seasonTell us: how are wildfires in Canada and … more
Broking relationship with hedge fund to be severed after news report details alleged incidents, which Odey deniesThe investment banking company Morgan Stanley is to cut its relationship with the … more
Stephan Schmidheiny found guilty of causing deaths of 392 people in Casale Monferrato in PiedmontA Swiss billionaire has been sentenced to 12 years in jail on aggravated manslaughter charges … more
Lord Butler says there is ‘strong public interest in the inquiry being carried out constructively’The North Sea oil and gas industry is in decline, the shadow business minister Seema Malhotra … more
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The department of Canadian Heritage announced today that it is proposing to issue policy directions to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in a bid to outline the … more
Decision is big victory for voting rights advocates and state will have to redraw congressional mapWhile we’ve been focusing on the supreme court this morning, we’ve also been watching … more
From breathing in particles to wearing masks again, Guardian readers have told us how they have been affected by the wildfires smokeHundreds of fires are burning in Canada, from the western provinces … more
We would like to hear about your cinematic highlights of the year so farThe Guardian’s culture writers are compiling their highlights of the year so far – and we’d like to hear about yours, … more
Staff will always be the most important asset of any business – and Acumen's experts can offer advice to ensure they feel valued, writes Anthony Harrington more
Sir Paul McCartney will discuss a treasure trove of 1000 lost Beatles photographs discovered in his archives three years ago in a livestreamed interview to be held later this month. more
Minister urges Ross to apologise for drag queen comments and join library event more
Our hand-picked selection of wonderful gifts will inspire you to show your appreciation on this special day for dads more
Covid-19 survivors suffer immensely from fatigue in their daily lives, which affects their life quality more than some cancers, finds a new study. more
Norwegian officials said the smoke from Canadian wildfires that has enveloped parts of the U.S. and Canada in a thick haze is expected to pour into Norway on Thursday. more
A woman and a man have been arrested for extorting Rs 50,000 from a man through a honeytrap in Gurugram, police said. more
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