October 25, 2021

Great Yorkshire Radio

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The head of the world's largest oil firm has rejected suggestions that oil will be fully phased out and said that it would be a mistake to "demonise" the hydrocarbon industry.

Tesco's website and app are running as normal again after a suspected hack.

Despite continued uncertainty over the trajectory of the pandemic, half of people are apparently already planning foreign holidays next year.

A powerful storm dubbed a "bomb cyclone" has caused mudslides and flooding in Northern California.

Two million eligible people will be invited to receive a COVID-19 booster jab from the NHS this week, as the government seeks to see off a sharp rise in cases without introducing Plan B measures.

Coronavirus travel rules have been relaxed for those returning to England, allowing fully vaccinated holidaymakers to take cheaper lateral flow tests instead of PCRs.

Kobe Bryant's widow has revealed she first learned of his death through online tributes posted in the aftermath of the fatal helicopter crash.

London's pollution charge zone for older vehicles has become 18 times larger, impacting tens of thousands of motorists.

James Michael Tyler, best known for playing Gunther in Friends, has died at the age of 59.

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted he will not resign, despite enduring his "darkest day" in the Old Trafford dugout as he watched his side thrashed 5-0 by Liverpool.

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