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25th September 2021
'It's stupidity' - Cars spill out on to roads beyond forecourts while waiting for petrol

Through the night the cars kept coming - spilling out on to the roads beyond the forecourt. But by 6am, staff at the petrol station in Isleworth, west London, had covered over the first of the empty pumps and by 7am there was no unleaded left at all. For taxi driver Oswald Donald, it was […]

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25th September 2021
South African diplomat says COP26 could 'collapse' over UK quarantine rules for red list countries

A senior South African diplomat says his country cannot rule out boycotting the COP26 summit in Glasgow next month. Clayson Monyela, South Africa's head of public diplomacy, told Sky News the current rules for delegates from COVID red list countries means the conference could "collapse". He added that nations on the UK's red list have […]

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25th September 2021
Why is there a HGV driver shortage and how bad could the problem get?

Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations and caused some pumps to run dry - the latest consequence of a shortage of HGV drivers which is causing widespread disruption in the UK. The government insists the country has "ample fuel stocks" but it has not stopped long lines of cars forming after forecourts […]

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25th September 2021
Why is there an HGV driver shortage and how bad could the problem get?

Panicked motorists have caused lengthy queues at petrol stations and caused some pumps to run dry - the latest consequence of a shortage of HGV drivers which is causing widespread disruption in the UK. The government insists the country has "ample fuel stocks" but it has not stopped long lines of cars forming after some […]

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25th September 2021
Octopus Energy considers wrapping tentacles around Bulb amid sector crisis

Octopus Energy is exploring a move to take control of Bulb, its rival challenger brand, amid the crisis in Britain's residential energy market that has triggered a swathe of corporate casualties. Sky News has learnt that Octopus Energy is among the parties which have requested access to a data room set up by Bulb's financial […]

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25th September 2021
The Wire actor Michael K Williams died of accidental drug overdose

The Wire actor Michael K Williams died of an accidental drug overdose, a post-mortem examination has found. Williams, 54, was found dead in his Brooklyn apartment on 6 September. Police sources said at the time that drug paraphernalia was discovered at the scene. Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the New York City's Office of the […]

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25th September 2021
Boy, 12, dies after suffering serious injuries at indoor ski centre

A 12-year-old boy has died after being seriously injured at an indoor ski centre in Tamworth. It is not clear exactly how the boy was injured on Friday evening at the SnowDome in Staffordshire. West Midlands Ambulance Service and Staffordshire Police were both called to the scene at around 6.35pm but the boy died shortly […]

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25th September 2021
Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk: Tense stare-down at weigh-in before world heavyweight title fight

Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk have had an intense stare-down at the final weigh-in before their world heavyweight title fight. Joshua weighed a solid 17st 2lbs (240lbs) while Usyk was at his heaviest ever at 15st 11lbs (221lbs). Their collision for the IBF, WBA and WBO belts is tonight at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, live on […]

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25th September 2021
Huawei's Meng Wanzhou released after reaching agreement with US prosecutors

Huawei's chief financial officer has reached a deal with US prosecutors that allows her to return to China. Meng Wanzhou, who is also the daughter of the company's founder Ren Zhengfei, has been in Canada since she was arrested at Vancouver's airport in December 2018. Her arrest followed an extradition warrant issued by the US […]

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25th September 2021
Taliban prisons chief says the group will resume executions and amputations as punishment

One of the founders of the Taliban has said that the group will resume executions and amputations as punishment. Mullah Nooruddin Turabi warned the world against interfering in the plans, which come just weeks after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan following the withdrawal of Western troops. Mr Turabi, who was chief enforcer of the […]

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