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Digested week: Drought until October? It all feels so very 2022

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Ah, OK. I see. So now, not only is there no electricity, gas or petrol (by any reasonable affordable standards), no farm workers, no wheat, no viable prime minister or functioning government, no NHS beds, no rape conv...

UK braced for drought conditions to last until October

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The UK is braced for drought conditions until October, with rivers forecast to be low and exceptionally low in central and southern England, according to the UK Centre of Ecology and Hydrology. This could have dire co...

Bill to delay Solomon Islands election until December 2023 prompts concern

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A bill to delay elections in Solomon Islands has been submitted to its parliament, officials said, prompting concern from opposition politicians. Manasseh Sogavare’s government has said it wants to extend parliament u...

Ban bonuses for water firm bosses until they fix leaky pipes, say Lib Dems

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Water company bosses should be banned from giving themselves bonuses until they fix their leaky pipes, the Liberal Democrats have demanded. New figures uncovered by the party found that England’s water and sewage comp...

Biden tests negative for Covid but will isolate until second negative test

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President Joe Biden tested negative for Covid on Saturday but will continue to isolate at the White House until a second negative test, his doctor said. Dr Kevin O’Connor wrote in his latest daily update that the pres...

US to hold push for Covid boosters until fall in order to better protect against BA.5

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Instead of expanding eligibility for a fourth Covid-19 booster shot now, the Biden administration will push this fall to get Americans to take another booster vaccination that is predicted to better protect against th...

Benefit deductions should be stopped until inflation falls, say MPs

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Ministers’ policy of clawing back hundreds of pounds a year from benefits has been criticised by MPs, who say it has tipped low-income families into destitution. About 2.4 million households – nearly half of all claim...

Scott Morrison ditches parliament’s return to speak at Japan event not starting until Thursday

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Scott Morrison has skipped the first sitting week of parliament to speak at a conservative leaders’ summit in Tokyo that does not begin until Thursday afternoon. The former Australian prime minister and member for Coo...

Spain announces free rail journeys from September until the end of the year

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Where most governments have been sluggish in their efforts to tackle inflation, Spain has blazed full steam ahead with a scheme making some train journeys completely free. The initiative means passengers will be able ...

‘This is a huge moment’: Sri Lankans vow to continue protests until demands are met

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He had been elected on the back of a chauvinistic roar of ultranationalism. But in the end Sri Lanka’s strongman president, Gotabaya Rajapaksa, was reduced to making a meek, humiliating escape under the cover of darkn...

Fries off menu until autumn at some of McDonald’s Russian successor outlets

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Excitement was on the menu when former McDonald’s restaurants reopened in Russia last month under new management and branding, but the successor to the golden-arched throne has a problem: a shortage of french fries. M...

Scotland’s future won’t be settled until there is a second vote on independence

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It took two referendums to get a final answer to the independence question. The people of Quebec had their first vote on whether to pursue secession from Canada in May 1980. The proposition was defeated, and by a chun...

Zara Aleena just wanted to walk home. We will keep marching until women are safe on our streets

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I wish today’s vigil didn’t have to happen. The murdered woman’s name, Zara Aleena, becomes another that we remember, joining the growing list of women who will never meet each other but who find themselves grouped to...

Heathrow airport ordered to cut passenger charges each year until 2026

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London’s Heathrow airport has been ordered to reduce its landing charges over the next four years, a proposal that will please airlines while the airport said it would result in a worse experience for passengers. The ...

Fed chief vows to keep raising rates until ‘compelling evidence’ of falling inflation

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The Federal Reserve will keep raising rates until it sees “compelling evidence” that inflation is coming down, the Fed chair, Jerome Powell, told Congress on Wednesday. The US is wrestling with rates of inflation unse...

‘I will stay until Kharkiv is rebuilt’: we revisit five Ukrainian families rebuilding their lives in the EU

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In the weeks after the Russian invasion, the Guardian spoke to five Ukrainian families who had fled the country. Nearly four months on from the invasion, the families talk about the realities of their new lives. Two m...

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