Home New energy Business model Financial community News Live IT Technology More

Thursday evening news briefing: Labour would oversee ‘parliament of tax rises’

2024-06-18 HaiPress

Rishi Sunak and Giorgia Meloni look happy to see each other at the G7 summit in Bari

Credit: PA/Chris Furlong

Rishi Sunak will join the leaders of the United States,France,Germany,Japan,Canada and Italy to discuss the war in Ukraine and other global issues at the Borgo Egnazia resort in Puglia.

While Sunak is meeting with some of the world’s most unpopular leaders at the G7 summit,none have such high disapproval ratings as the British Prime Minister.

Oxford University exams cancelled after pro-Palestinian protests

Oxford University has been forced to cancel exams after pro-Palestinian protesters occupied a building. The demonstrators entered the hall in the East School ahead of the scheduled exams on Thursday morning.

Evening Briefing: Today’s essential headlines

Russia | Britain has announced a sweeping round of sanctions against Russia including ships in Vladimir Putin’s “shadow fleet”.

Business | ‘Switch has been flicked’ on London stock market decline

Greece | American missing on Greek island hike days after Michael Mosley found dead

Markets | French borrowing costs soar over Le Pen election fears

Travel | Row breaks out over 100ml U-turn as passengers told to arrive early for flights

Employment | Staff ditching work-from-home Fridays and returning to the pub,says Fuller’s

Feature of the day

16 small changes to make to your diet that will help you live longer

Longevity guru Dr Mark Hyman

Credit: Masha Maltsava

From savoury breakfasts to sardines,Dr Mark Hyman’s life-lengthening diet tweaks can make all the difference – plus,3 fantastic recipes

Comment and analysis

Jemima Lewis | Art attacks leave law and order in tattersTom Sharpe | Russian navy visits Cuba. It does not mean what you think it meansTelegraph Readers | ‘Sunak – you were in a position to do something about immigration but you didn’t’Luke Gardiner | Keir Starmer will destroy England’s countryside. Only the Tories can save the green beltPatrick O’Flynn | Starmer loathes voters – and the feeling is mutual

Editor’s choice

Travel | ‘An A-List fantasy of peasant life’: Inside the Puglian hotel hosting the G7 summit

Cinema | The 46 best films of 2024 – so far

Britain | Pint price map: find out if your local is close to serving a £10 beer

Pictured: Violent protests in Argentina as Milei squeezes through shock therapy reforms

Police clash with protesters over the president's controversial reforms

Credit: Gustavo Garello/AP

A man eats a sandwich on the sidelines of the clashes in front of congress

Credit: Avalon/Fernando Gens

The streets outside Argentina’s parliament were turned into a “battlefield” as police clashed with protesters wielding petrol bombs over the president’s controversial reforms.

Sport briefing: Today’s essential headlines

Gareth Southgate | Secret weapon ‘Helix’ and key message to England players

Tennis | Wimbledon has Andy Murray retirement plans ‘in place’

Euro 2024 | The 21 players who will light up the tou

Football | First SKIMS,now Adidas: Jude Bellingham is on the path to eclipsing David Beckham

Emma Raducanu | Player eases past Daria Snigur despite Nottingham Open line call frustrations

Sign up to our free Sport Briefing Newsletter to receive the latest sporting news,direct to your inbox every day.

If you want to receive twice-daily briefings like this by email, sign up to the Front Page newsletter here.

Disclaimer: This article is reproduced from other media. The purpose of reprinting is to convey more information. It does not mean that this website agrees with its views and is responsible for its authenticity, and does not bear any legal responsibility. All resources on this site are collected on the Internet. The purpose of sharing is for everyone's learning and reference only. If there is copyright or intellectual property infringement, please leave us a message.
© Copyright thekenyadaily.com    Contact Us SiteMap