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Rio Tinto CEO goes in wake of ancient site destruction

Rio Tinto CEO goes in wake of ancient site destruction

Rio Tinto CEO goes in wake of ancient site destruction

Mr Jacques, who became CEO in 2016, would remain in his role until March 31 at the latest.

What the papers say – September 11

What the papers say – September 11

What the papers say – September 11

Threatened legal action as from the EU towards Britain over the impending collapse of Brexit talks features prominently in the nation’s papers.

Brexit deal in the balance after the UK rejects EU ultimatum

Brexit deal in the balance after the UK rejects EU ultimatum

Brexit deal in the balance after the UK rejects EU ultimatum

Brussels says a plan to override elements of the Brexit deal is an “extremely serious violation” of international law.

Holidaymakers scrambling to return after new quarantine restrictions imposed

Holidaymakers scrambling to return after new quarantine restrictions imposed

Holidaymakers scrambling to return after new quarantine restrictions imposed

People in Portugal, Hungary, French Polynesia and Reunion are affected by the latest ruling.

Suspect on ‘wrong side of the road for 20 seconds’ before fatal Harry Dunn crash

Suspect on ‘wrong side of the road for 20 seconds’ before fatal Harry Dunn crash

Suspect on ‘wrong side of the road for 20 seconds’ before fatal Harry Dunn crash

Lawyers acting on behalf of the 43-year-old issued a public statement giving her side of the story on Thursday.

Extinction Rebellion protests end with arrest over Churchill statue graffiti

Extinction Rebellion protests end with arrest over Churchill statue graffiti

Extinction Rebellion protests end with arrest over Churchill statue graffiti

It came after topless environmental protesters took part in a ‘bare truth’ stunt in Parliament Square.

Baboon and raccoon snaps among Comedy Wildlife Photography Award finalists

Baboon and raccoon snaps among Comedy Wildlife Photography Award finalists

Baboon and raccoon snaps among Comedy Wildlife Photography Award finalists

The competition aims to show off ‘seriously funny images of the earth’s most amazing wildlife’.

Quarantine exemption changes: Is your holiday hit?

Quarantine exemption changes: Is your holiday hit?

Quarantine exemption changes: Is your holiday hit?

More destinations have been added to the self-isolation list, but it’s good news for anyone returning from Sweden.

Localised restrictions for Belfast and Ballymena as wet pubs get opening date

Localised restrictions for Belfast and Ballymena as wet pubs get opening date

Localised restrictions for Belfast and Ballymena as wet pubs get opening date

First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill made the announcements in their first joint press conference in 73 days.

Camilla visits HMS Astute to mark 10th anniversary of submarine’s commissioning

Camilla visits HMS Astute to mark 10th anniversary of submarine’s commissioning

Camilla visits HMS Astute to mark 10th anniversary of submarine’s commissioning

The royal, known as the Duchess of Rothesay in Scotland, praised the ‘remarkable achievements’ of the crew and spoke fondly of the boat’s launch.

Britain’s relationship with EU in crisis as ministers reject Brussels demand

Britain’s relationship with EU in crisis as ministers reject Brussels demand

Britain’s relationship with EU in crisis as ministers reject Brussels demand

The European Commission’s vice president gave the UK until the end of the month to drop the controversial provisions in the Internal Market Bill.

UK Internal Market Bill leaves devolution defenceless, minister claims

UK Internal Market Bill leaves devolution defenceless, minister claims

UK Internal Market Bill leaves devolution defenceless, minister claims

Scotland’s Constitution Secretary Mike Russell said the plans will ‘trash the UK’s already tarnished international standing’.

Portugal and Hungary among countries removed from quarantine exemption list

Portugal and Hungary among countries removed from quarantine exemption list

Portugal and Hungary among countries removed from quarantine exemption list

Travellers arriving in England from those countries after 4am on Saturday will have to self-isolate for 14 days.

UK’s largest care home operator faces damages claims over Covid-19 deaths

UK’s largest care home operator faces damages claims over Covid-19 deaths

UK’s largest care home operator faces damages claims over Covid-19 deaths

PBW is bringing a civil action against HC-One on behalf of bereaved families.

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Birmingham now has the second highest rate in England, with Bolton continuing to record the highest.

UK-built nanosatellites to be launched this month

UK-built nanosatellites to be launched this month

UK-built nanosatellites to be launched this month

The nanosatellites have on-board technology that can predict the locations of boats and track their whereabouts.

George Lazenby ‘weeps’ for Bond co-star Dame Diana Rigg following death

George Lazenby ‘weeps’ for Bond co-star Dame Diana Rigg following death

George Lazenby ‘weeps’ for Bond co-star Dame Diana Rigg following death

The veteran stage and screen actress has died at the age of 82.

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