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Rishi Sunak did not mislead MPs over the cost of his troubled Rwanda asylum scheme, Downing Street said, after it emerged the UK paid Kigali an extra £100 million. more
Israel has designated a small slice of land along Gaza’s Mediterranean coast as a safe zone. The area of Muwasi is a makeshift tent camp where thousands of dazed Palestinians live in squalid … more
António Guterres tells UN security council of ‘untenable’ situation in Gaza as he seeks ‘humanitarian ceasefire’ to prevent ‘potentially irreversible’ catastropheSee all of our coverage … more
HUMZA Yousaf described the Scottish Government court defeat over Westminster vetoing Holyrood's gender reforms as a “dark day for devolution”. more
Premier League team news and more before busy weekendGet in touch! Email Dominic with your thoughtsHow about this … 10 things to look out for in the Premier League this weekend:The Arsenal head … more
With Christmas around the corner, here’s a look at the perfect wines for the big day and perhaps a few gifts too. more
The legendary British rock group Status Quo have teamed up with a Glasgow-based firm to release a new whisky marking the 50th anniversary of their bestselling LP, Piledriver. more
James Comer credits House committee’s probe for new charges; nine tax charges add to his legal trouble that intensified over the summerFull story: Hunter Biden indicted on California tax charges in … more
Investors send shares in Artisanal Spirits Company tumbling after profits warning more
The star’s career-spanning tour sold over 4.3m tickets this year and is estimated to make another $1bn in 2024 salesTaylor Swift’s Eras tour is the first tour to cross the billion-dollar mark, … more
‘It’s a form of social justice,’ says Anne Hidalgo of move to target richest drivers to tackle climate breakdownParis intends to triple parking charges for large sports utility vehicles (SUVs) … more
Students and staff will protest against plans to cut modern language degrees at the University of Aberdeen which have been called 'academic vandalism'. more
WHEN Kathryn Rooney breezes into the room she brings a cheeriness so redolent of her “countless” stints playing Snow White, you can almost imagine a clutch of cartoon bluebirds hovering around … more
Sharmila Tagore celebrated her 79th birthday in Mumbai with her family. Kareena, Soha and Sara shared inside pictures from the family get-together. Present at the birthday was also Sharmila Tagore's … more
British-Sri Lankan Michelle Williams Gamaker is a moving image and performance artist based in London. more
As support for US aid falters and an election looms, the White House needs a narrative based on reality, not rhetoricEmma Ashford is a senior fellow with the Reimagining US Grand Strategy programme … more
An evocative name, a glimmer of fruit and a dash of ginger beer lend intrigue to this take on the dark and stormy that’s perfect for drawn-in daysThis winter cocktail is fruity and sparkly, with a … more
CREDIT has to be shown to Barrie Hunter, the writer, director and star of this year’s Aladdin panto running at Perth Theatre. Hunter has not only come up with a show that’s as inventive as … more
Study suggests mice react in the same way to stimulation in virtual environment as in real worldWhether exploring distant galaxies or dashing about a fantasy world, virtual reality has immersed … more
With her late husband’s 1948 classic back in cinemas, the editor is keen to preserve his legacy and modest about her own phenomenal careerThelma Schoonmaker was 15 when she first watched The Life … more
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