The RMT rail union on Thursday said its members have voted in favour of a pay deal to end more than a year of walkouts on the UK's strike-plagued rail network.
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Labour envisions a comprehensive overhaul that includes updating existing infrastructure, increasing energy efficiency and expanding renewable energy sources.
The UK government said on Thursday it had triggered a formal probe on public interest grounds into the proposed sale of the Telegraph Media Group to an Abu Dhabi-backed investment fund.
In recent months, widespread heatwaves, severe flooding and natural disasters have highlighted the serious nature of the climate crisis.
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Thursday visited frontline command posts in eastern and southern Ukraine, as local officials reported six killed in a spate of Russian air, rocket and artillery attacks.
Russia on Thursday banned the "international LGBT movement," claiming it was an extremist group in a move that cements a long crackdown on the community as the Kremlin pushes ultra-conservative social values.
The potential addition of a sin bin in professional football would be in place to punish players for aiming dissent at referees and making tactical fouls.
The UK government has signed an Online Fraud Charter with 11 tech companies to tackle online frauds including fake dating profiles and peer-to-peer marketplaces in social media platforms
The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee released a report that critiques the Bank of England's scope of operation amidst the current cost of living crisis.
According to Nationwide, the largest British building society, the seasonally adjusted housing price index revealed that prices remained stagnant in September, following a 0.8% decrease in August.
Former crypto tycoon Sam Bankman-Fried was found guilty Thursday by a New York jury on all seven counts of fraud, embezzlement and criminal conspiracy.
Although the fast-fashion brand has been criticised for exploiting its factory workers, Shein has confidentially filed for an IPO in New York.