August 04, 2021

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Boris Johnson does not think Britain is a racist country, his spokesman has said.

BP has said it plans to cut 15% of its global workforce as a response to the drop in demand for fuel caused by the coronavirus crisis.

A crooked hotel worker and an innocent receptionist may have given Madeleine McCann's suspected abductor the opportunity to break in to her family's holiday apartment.

Former England striker Eni Aluko says football can lead the way in the fight against racism and called on UEFA to bring in tougher punishments.

A British man has been rescued from a well in Bali after he said he spent around six days trapped inside. 

The boss of Britain's biggest hospitality trade group has urged Boris Johnson to help the industry tackle a looming £1.4bn rent bill, even as the government prepares to allow an earlier-than-expected reopening of pubs and restaurants.

Two men have been charged with the murder of a 23-year-old university graduate who died after a vicious street assault in south Manchester.

A senior government minister has been accused of showing "real ignorance" after claiming the UK was not racist and that the recent Black Lives Matter protests were solely about events in the US.

A 32-year-old man has been charged with 14 terror offensives, after being arrested in connection with suspected left-wing terrorism.

Ryanair has criticised the UK's new quarantine measures as a "political stunt", while fellow budget airline EasyJet has warned there could be more job losses if the government's policy for international travellers continues.

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