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Polluters face price pain as global carbon trading system moves forward

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The world’s biggest polluters have amassed trillions of pounds in profits over recent decades amid the steepest rises in carbon emissions and global temperatures on record. Yet despite this surge, and the well-underst...

Lionel Blair: a showbiz phenomenon with all the right moves

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Lionel Blair, who has died aged 92, was that modern phenomenon: the all-round entertainer. That meant he might turn up as a stage or film actor, choreographer or star performer on a TV show such as Give Us a Clue. But...

Plan for UK nuclear financing model moves upfront cost to energy bills

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The government plans to resuscitate the UK’s nuclear energy ambitions by creating a financing model that could pile part of the upfront cost of the £20bn Sizewell C power plant on to householders’ energy bills before ...

Libya moves closer to holding high-risk presidential elections

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Libya has moved closer to high-risk elections after the electoral officer said he would set out the electoral roll this week, open nominations for the post of president in November and distribute voting cards in weeks...

The Dante Project review – Wayne McGregor moves heaven, earth and hell

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For his new ballet, Wayne McGregor has enlisted some big hitters. Dante Alighieri for one, Italy’s greatest poet, author of The Divine Comedy, which McGregor reimagines here, but living artists, too: composer Thomas A...

England’s Mills moves from back brace to shoulder T20 World Cup tilt

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England will spend the first week of their winter in quarantine, though for Tymal Mills the restrictions will feel trivial compared with those he faced a year ago. Mills spent three months of last winter in a back bra...

You’ll be sorry when Gove puts the moves on No 10

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“Dance, dance, wherever you may be!I’m the Chancellor of the Duchyof Lancaster, and Surrey Heath’s MP,And that’s why I get into clubs for free.” The Gove of the Dance, Sydney Carter, 1963 Few people will ever forget ...

Amazon moves production of Lord of the Rings TV series to UK

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Amazon has made the surprise decision to move production of its $1bn-plus Lord of the Rings series from New Zealand to the UK, rejecting tens of millions of dollars in incentives to shoot the TV show in the same locat...

UK weather: flood warnings as Storm Evert moves eastwards

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The Met Office has issued weather and flood warnings as Storm Evert moved eastwards across Britain with thunderstorms forecast for the weekend. Yellow wind warnings are in place for coastal areas in south-east England...

UK rejects EU’s Northern Ireland moves, saying Brexit deal must be renegotiated

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Boris Johnson has rejected Brussels’ latest attempt to iron out problems with the post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland, insisting that the withdrawal agreement signed last year must be renegotiated. A series...

Bank of England: Moves to curb inflation would be premature, warns policymaker

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Britain’s economy is not out of the woods and the damage caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has been only partly repaired, a Bank of England policymaker has said. Speaking as fresh figures showed only a modest impact on ...

China floods: thousands trapped without fresh water as rain moves north

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Thousands of people remain trapped in areas of central China as floods continue to batter the region after record-breaking rainfall. At least 33 people have been killed in recent days but the death toll is expected to...

Australia Covid live update: SA braces for more cases; Sydney outbreak moves west

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Cluster linked to South Australian winery grows as NSW authorities urge vigilance in eight western Sydney suburbs. Follow all the latest news

Boarders review – some nice moves as GB’s skateboard hopefuls prep for Olympics

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Skateboarding makes its debut at the Olympics in Tokyo next week, and Sean Fee and Annika Ranin’s unexpectedly reflective film documents the preparations of Team GB’s riders. As if in answer to the debate about whethe...

Animals farmed: EU cage-ban moves closer, magic of horse power and ‘egg-mageddon’

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The European Commission has committed to table a proposal to phase out the use of cages in farming by the end of 2023, with the aim of enforcing the ban from 2027. It comes after the EU parliament passed a non-binding...

UDG Healthcare takeover moves closer as private equity firm makes £2.8bn bid

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The US private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice has moved a step closer to its takeover of UDG Healthcare after raising its offer to £2.8bn and winning backing from big shareholders. CD&R has increased its...

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