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22nd September, 09:30

Big companies commit to slash emissions ahead of UN climate summit

Almost 90 big companies in sectors from food to cement to telecommunications are pledging to slash their greenhouse gas emissions.
22nd September, 09:20

Corbyn to continue Labour conference as Tom Watson survives

The deputy leader of Britain’s Labour Party survived an attempt to oust him over Brexit after party chief Jeremy Corbyn moved to defuse a row.
22nd September, 08:45

Great win for Man City

Manchester City responded to last weekend’s first Premier League defeat since January with an emphatic 8-0 hammering of Watford..
21st September, 10:58

Australia survive Fiji scare

Australia survived an almighty scare in their World Cup opener against Fiji as they fought back from nine points down in the second half to run out 39-21 winners..
21st September, 07:27

Chancellor planning Brexit deal pre election giveaway

Sajid Javid is planning a pre-election giveaway budget in the week of October 21 if the UK strikes a Brexit deal with the European Union and parliament votes for it..
21st September, 06:27

Labour planning to oust deputy leader Watson from his role

Labour was plunged into fresh turmoil over Brexit as a key ally of leader Jeremy Corbyn attempted to have his deputy leader sacked ahead of the Brighton conference..
20th September, 16:54

Japan open up rugby World Cup with a win

Winger Kotaro Matsushima scored a hat-trick as Japan made a winning start to the Rugby World Cup with a 30-10 victory over a spirited Russia side..
20th September, 16:51

Ryanair UK pilots call off strike action

Ryanair pilots based in the UK have cancelled five days of strikes set for this month, as unions and the low-cost airline gear up for further talks..
20th September, 16:49

200 million rescue package needed for Thomas Cook

A rescue deal for Thomas Cook was facing fresh uncertainty after the travel firm was hit with a demand for extra funds..
20th September, 15:05

Protests take place calling for climate change action

Hundreds of thousands of students, office workers and other protesters took to the streets to demand global leaders to take action on climate change. .
20th September, 08:06

UK appeals for public help in setting post Brexit trade with Japan

The U.K government said it wanted to hear from businesses and members of the public what their priorities were for a post-Brexit trade deal with Japan. Japan is one of Britains biggest foreign investors, encouraged by successive British governments who have promised a business-friendly base from which to trade across Europe..
20th September, 06:10

Outgoing speaker of the House of Commons would not rule out a second referendum

John Bercow would not rule out a second referendum to solve the countrys Brexit impasse, he told an audience in Zurich yesterday..
19th September, 14:10

UK submits some Brexit papers for new deal

Britain has submitted some proposals in writing of how it would like the stalled Brexit deal to be amended.
19th September, 14:06

Pochettino criticises players after Champions League draw

Mauricio Pochettino accused his players of "not respecting the plan" after they squandered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 away to Olympiakos..
19th September, 14:03

Johnsons decision to suspend parliament attacked by Major

Boris Johnsons decision to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit has come under attack from former leader Sir John Major. .
18th September, 16:04

BA pilots call of strike action schedule for late September

British Airways pilots have cancelled a strike set for September 27th to create time for talks after 48 hours of industrial action earlier this month..
18th September, 13:18

Barnier issues no deal Brexit warning

The European Unions chief Brexit negotiator warned not to underestimate the consequences of any no-deal Brexit..
18th September, 08:10

Supreme Court to hear more arguments on suspension of parliament

The Supreme Court will continue hearing legal arguments today from the government and its opponents..
17th September, 08:04

Criminals could see sentences increased for several offences

Criminals convicted of stalking, harassment, child sexual abuse and other sex offences could see their sentences increased..
17th September, 05:32

Supreme Court to hear suspension of parliament case

Boris Johnsons government will seek to persuade the Supreme court that his decision to suspend parliament until shortly before the date for Brexit was not illegal..
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