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Britain’s migratory birds ‘may stop flying south for winter’

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Migratory birds including the willow warbler, the garden warbler and the nightingale may eventually stop flying south for the winter as they spend longer in their European breeding grounds. Analysis of more than 50 ye...

Britain’s Jamie Chadwick claims W Series title after two weekend victories

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Two wins in two days gave Jamie Chadwick back-to-back W Series titles as the all-female competition made its US debut. “It’s been hard work this year, I’ve been pushed all the way and obviously with the double-header ...

Britain’s ‘hostile environment’ fails the victims of modern-day slavery

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Once Britain could claim to be a world leader in its response to modern slavery. How times change. This week a report has highlighted how Brexit and immigration policy could result in more forced labour exploitation. ...

Great Britain’s retailers hit by longest spending slump since 1996

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Retail sales in Great Britain fell unexpectedly for the fifth month running in September, marking the worst slump for high street shops and online sales since modern records began in 1996. The Office for National Stat...

Self Esteem: Prioritise Pleasure review – Britain’s funniest, frankest pop star drums out her demons

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Throughout Prioritise Pleasure, her second album as Self Esteem, Rebecca Taylor searches for a feeling she can rely on. Her stomach and heart seldom align. A callous lover makes her doubt herself. “Casual” texts from ...

Britain’s Covid numbers show we need to move immediately to ‘plan B’

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All the Covid indicators in the UK are going in the wrong direction. They have been for a while now. Cases are surging upwards; hospitals are feeling the strain of increasing numbers of Covid patients, and daily death...

Britain’s energy supply is in crisis, and I can tell you why

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I take no pleasure in saying to Ofgem, “I told you so.” Thanks to a perfect storm in the energy sector, many suppliers have been failing. But with all storms, you can see the clouds building first. Utility Point, il ...

It’s Tory rebels, not Boris Johnson, who will set the pace on Britain’s road to net zero

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Boris Johnson’s recruitment to the global crusade against carbon emissions is, by his own admission, recent. On a visit to New York last month, the prime minister confessed to a back catalogue of newspaper columns tha...

Abuse, threats, aggression: the fear that stalks MPs on Britain’s streets

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The constituent who “sidled up” to an MP to describe his make of car and where he had been driving it over the weekend… Another who warned an MP that they knew which school her children attended… An MP forced to act a...

Slaughter in Indonesia: Britain’s secret propaganda war

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Presto 1965 Ed Wynne, an official from the Foreign Office in London in his late 40s, arrived at the door of a two-storey villa set in the discreet calm of a genteel housing estate in colonial Singapore. But Wynne w...

Scottish community awarded £500,000 to buy Britain’s remotest pub

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Mainland Britain’s remotest pub is set to be placed in the hands of its local community after tensions emerged with its Belgian owner. Residents of the Knoydart peninsula on Scotland’s west coast have been awarded a g...

Britain’s homes could be worth £9.2tn on open market, report shows

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Britain’s homes could be worth as much as £9.2tn on the open market – four times the value of the UK economy, and £550bn more than this time last year, it has been claimed. House prices have soared since the restricti...

Insulate Britain’s actions are roadblocks to change

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Insulate Britain activists have shone a light on a problem (Editoriale, 5 ottobre). But just as superglue is not a positive choice in terms of its biodegradability, their adhesion to the “stuck in traffic” tactic is a ...

Britain’s energy crisis is spiralling – but all we get is a spat between ministers

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The clock is ticking, and the threat to livelihoods could not be clearer. Yet despite warnings from major manufacturing industries that they’re days away from having to shut down factories due to the spiralling cost o...

Nearly half of Britain’s biodiversity has gone since industrial revolution

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Almost half of Britain’s natural biodiversity has disappeared over the centuries, with farming and urban spread triggered by the industrial and agricultural revolutions being blamed as major factors for this loss. Tha...

From Britain’s farmyards to its shop shelves, confidence is in short supply

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Norfolk is the heart of pig country. “Every other farm round here has pigs,” says Tom Wright, looking at his empty sheds. Next week 2,000 piglets will arrive, weighing 8kg each. In five months, they’ll be 110kg and re...

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