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‘We borrow our lands from our children’: Sami say they are paying for Sweden going green

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It’s just after sunrise near Jokkmokk, a small town north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden, and Gun Aira, a reindeer herder, and her family are gathering the animals for the long trip to the mountains. Following the rei...

11-year-old girl dies after going missing in lake at Windsor water park

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An 11-year-old girl has died in hospital after getting into difficulties at a water park in Windsor, police said. The youngster, who has yet to be formally identified, had gone missing after getting into a lake at Liq...

‘Going green is expensive’: and four more sustainable business myths, busted

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Although the vast majority of small and medium enterprise (SME) founders recognise the importance of sustainability, when it comes to implementing their own green strategy, many find reasons not to do so. Whether it’s...

‘Going green is expensive’: and four more sustainable business myths, busted

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Although the vast majority of small and medium enterprise (SME) founders recognise the importance of sustainability, when it comes to implementing their own green strategy, many find reasons not to do so. Whether it’s...

‘Going green is expensive’: and four more sustainable business myths, busted

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Although the vast majority of small and medium enterprise (SME) founders recognise the importance of sustainability, when it comes to implementing their own green strategy, many find reasons not to do so. Whether it’s...

Sorry, but axing VAT or green levies on energy bills aren’t going to cut it

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In the contest to mouth the words “tax cuts” as often as possible to attract the gaze of Tory party members, Rishi Sunak now says he would remove VAT on energy bills for a year. However much his camp protests otherwis...

‘I feel smug going in the short queue’: UK readers on getting EU passports

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As the realities of the end of free movement are felt acutely by millions of British holidaymakers this summer, people in the UK and the EU have discussed their reasons for applying for a European passport after the B...

‘Going green is expensive’: and four more sustainable business myths, busted

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Although the vast majority of small and medium enterprise (SME) founders recognise the importance of sustainability, when it comes to implementing their own green strategy, many find reasons not to do so. Whether it’s...

‘The council tenants weren’t going to be allowed back’: how Britain’s ‘ugliest building’ was gentrified

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A dizzying dining deck crowns the summit of the newly renovated Balfron Tower in Poplar, east London, perched like a crow’s nest on top of the brutalist concrete lift shaft. Floating almost 30 storeys up in the air, w...

Paxlovid going underused due to doctors’ ‘misperceptions’, experts say

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Even before the US president tested positive for Covid-19, Dr David Smith – an infectious disease consultant at the University of California, San Diego – said he was getting calls daily from other physicians seeking a...

How to save on going out for meals and shows

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Going out doesn’t have to be prohibitively expensive. Whether you fancy the cinema, theatre, a meal, a few drinks at the pub or are planning a day out with the family, there is usually a way to enjoy it without having...

‘Going green is expensive’: and four more sustainable business myths, busted

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Although the vast majority of small and medium enterprise (SME) founders recognise the importance of sustainability, when it comes to implementing their own green strategy, many find reasons not to do so. Whether it’s...

Mick Herron: ‘I’m interested in incompetence, things going wrong’

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Mick Herron, 58, is the author of 19 books, most recently Bad Actors, the eighth novel in his Jackson Lamb series about a group of demoted MI5 agents. In 2013, he won the Crime Writers’ Association Gold Dagger for the...

‘It’s going to be awful’: Tory MPs are gearing up for a vicious succession battle

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There is a saying among ministers that the safest place to be in a crisis is the dispatch box. Behind it, you are in control of the situation. You can respond to any development on your own terms. But for Boris Johnso...

‘Going green is expensive’: and four more sustainable business myths, busted

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Although the vast majority of small and medium enterprise (SME) founders recognise the importance of sustainability, when it comes to implementing their own green strategy, many find reasons not to do so. Whether it’s...

I didn’t think going car-free was possible: but it has changed my life

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I’ve always been a driver at heart. I passed my test when I was 19, and I’ve been behind the wheel for most journeys since. After becoming a parent eight years ago, I became even more dependent on my car, thinking tha...

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