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Liz Truss’ tax cutting gamble
Britain’s new prime minister doesn’t have much time — or political capital.
Analysis: Saudi prince's Ukraine mediation signals 'useful' Russia ties
Saudi Arabia has won a diplomatic victory by securing freedom for foreign fighters captured in Ukraine, signalling the value of the crown prince's alliance with Russia to Western partners seeking to isolate Moscow over the war there, ana...
Elon Musk Faces Skeptics As Tesla Gets Ready To Unveil 'Optimus' Robot
Elon Musk's company is floating ambitious plans to deploy thousands of humanoid robots, known as Tesla Bot or Optimus, within its factories.
Queen's death both challenge and reprieve for new UK leader
British Prime Minister Liz Truss took office less than two weeks ago, impatient to set her stamp on government and facing an overflowing inbox of crises: soaring inflation, a plummeting national currency and skyrocketing energy bills.
Crowds mourn 'amazing lady' Queen Elizabeth outside royal residences
The crowd gathered outside Buckingham Palace to pay respects to the late Queen Elizabeth on Friday were rewarded with a surprise that brought cheers on a sombre day when King Charles came to shake hands and talk with dozens of well-wishers.
In pictures: Queen Elizabeth II and her prime ministers
From 1951 to the present day, a look at the heads of government during the monarch’s reign.
Boris Johnson leads former prime ministers in heartfelt tribute to ‘Elizabeth the Great’
Johnson laments that a ‘bright and shining light’ has ‘finally gone out,’ as every surviving British prime minister pays tribute to Elizabeth II.
Everything you wanted to know about Liz Truss but were too afraid to ask
Swot up on Britain’s incoming prime minister as Boris Johnson heads for the exit.
Rwanda migrant flights plan legally viable, government lawyers say
The government has clear legal powers to send migrants to Rwanda under its controversial relocation scheme, its lawyers have told the High Court.
Pound falls to lowest level against dollar since 1985
The pound has plummeted to its lowest level against the US dollar since 1985.
Liz Truss is appointing her new cabinet hours after becoming prime minister
Kwasi Kwarteng has been named chancellor, James Cleverly is foreign secretary and Therese Coffey is the new health secretary and deputy PM.
Liz Truss’s likely chief of staff lobbied government on behalf of Libyan parliament
Exclusive: Mark Fullbrook, who co-ran her leadership campaign, also helped win PPE contracts worth £680m for Australian manufacturer
Priti Patel resigns as Home Secretary as incoming PM Truss plans to fill key posts
In her resignation letter to Boris Johnson, Priti Patel says "it has been the honour of my life to serve our country as home secretary for the last three years and to deliver on our commitments to back and reform our police, stand up for...
EU warns next PM unilateral action on Brexit deal is of ‘great concern’
European Commission vice-president, Maroš Šefčovič, says it is ‘legally and politically inconceivable’
EU to invite next UK PM to summit on new pan-European security body
European leaders will head to Prague on 6 October to forge European Political Community
Nasa to crash $330m spacecraft into asteroid to see if impact can alter course
Space agency to cause collision with Dimorphos to avert sci-fi fears of catastrophic impact with Earth
Putin snubs Gorbachev’s funeral
Vladimir Putin will not attend the funeral of Mikhail Gorbachev, the Kremlin said Thursday, in a snub of the former Soviet leader with whom the Russian President had a fraught relationship.
Boris Johnson Tops Poll Of Bad UK Prime Ministers With Poor 49% Rating
The figure was worse than those for his immediate predecessors, with around 41 per cent saying Theresa May had done a bad job and 38 per cent picking David Cameron.
Europe reacts to the death of Soviet Union's last leader
Tributes have been paid from across Europe to former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, who has died aged 91.
Ryan Giggs trial jury discharged after failing to reach verdict
CPS will decide whether former footballer should face retrial on charges of assault and controlling behaviour
Elon Musk thinks the population will collapse. Demographers say it's not happening
Billionaire Elon Musk tweeted, not for the first time, that "population collapse due to low birth rates is a much bigger risk to civilization than global warming." Climate change is a serious problem facing the planet and experts say it'...
How a retired MI6 boss, his Brexiteer friends and a celebrity Marxist became targets in Russia’s war on Ukraine
‘We’ve seen the Russian playbook enough times to know what it looks like — and this is it.’
'The jury's out' on UK friendship with France, says UK Foreign Secretary
The leading contender to become the UK's next Prime Minister implied Thursday she doesn't know if French President Emmanuel Macron -- the leader of one of Britain's closest allies -- should be considered a "friend or foe."
200 years after Napoleon's defeat, the French and British are still exchanging shots
Though Napoleon Bonaparte, Horatio Nelson and the 1805 Battle of Trafalgar are long-ago history, France and the United Kingdom are apparently still doing battle. In fact, Boris Johnson's likely successor as UK prime minister and assorted...
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