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Fuel supply crisis: Grant Shapps blames haulage group for creating ‘manufactured situation’ as pump chaos continues
The transport secretary has said "there's plenty of fuel" in the country as he urged motorists to only fill up "when they need to".
Supply crisis: Why is there an HGV driver shortage and how bad could the problem get?
Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations and caused some pumps to run dry - the latest consequence of a shortage of HGV drivers which is causing widespread disruption in the UK.
Sabina Nessa: 'Significant development' as 38-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder
Detectives investigating the murder of teacher Sabina Nessa have arrested a 38-year-old man in what Scotland Yard said was a "significant development".
Labour conference: Deputy leader Angela Rayner doubles down on Tory 'scum' comments
Angela Rayner has declined to apologise for calling the Conservatives "scum", saying she was using "street language" to convey her "anger and frustration" at the actions of the government.
Germany goes to polls in election to decide Angela Merkel's successor
Polls have opened in the German election that will decide who succeeds Chancellor Angela Merkel after 16 years in charge of Europe's biggest economy.
Global Citizen Live: Ed Sheeran, Stevie Wonder and Sir Elton John among star-studded line-up at worldwide music event raising awareness of poverty
Ed Sheeran and Sir Elton John are among the stars who have performed at a global music event aiming to raise awareness of poverty, climate change and the need for coronavirus vaccines worldwide.
Anthony Joshua's world heavyweight championship reign ended by Oleksandr Usyk
Anthony Joshua's reign as world heavyweight champion has ended and hopes of a unification showdown with fellow Brit Tyson Fury scuppered, after Oleksandr Usyk claimed a stunning unanimous decision win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
James Bond - No Time To Die: Who's the best 007? From Connery to Craig, a look back at all 25 films in pictures
Since his very first film mission in 1962, Britain's suavest and most famous secret agent has officially brought the fast cars, the gadgets and the death-defying stunts to the big screen no less than 25 times.
One of the world's tiniest countries is holding a referendum on legalising abortion
One of the last countries in Europe to forbid abortion is holding a referendum on reversing the ban.
Germany's first election in 16 years without Merkel isn't just a political occasion, but also a cultural moment
The world of 2005 feels a long way away.