Ukraine Live Updates: Putin Vows to Pursue War to Its ‘Full Completion’

NyTimes 09:06 13.04

Russia is pouring troops and equipment into eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian officials thwarted a Russia n cyberattack on Ukraine. s power grid. Gas prices are forcing President Biden into an unlikely embrace of fossil fuels.


Boris Johnson defies calls to quit after he and Rishi Sunak fined

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

PM, chancellor and Carrie Johnson given fixed-penalty notices for attending No 10 lockdown party


Rishi Sunak breaks silence with ‘unreserved apology’; Boris Johnson says he has paid Partygate fine – as it happened

The Guardian 00:12 13.04

Latest updates: Chancellor and PM’s wife, Carrie Johnson, also said to have paid fines for lockdown breaches


Spiraling housing prices are an ‘intergenerational injustice’, says Canada’s deputy PM

The Guardian 21:09 12.04

Chrystia Freeland, who also serves as the finance minister, says the issue is her top domestic concern amid affordability crisis


Boris Johnson offers ‘full apology’ for breaking Covid rules and says he has paid Partygate fine – live news

The Guardian 21:09 12.04

Latest updates: Carrie Johnson also fined as Starmer says PM and chancellor should both resign


Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak fined over Partygate Covid rule-breaking – live news

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Latest updates: Carrie Johnson also fined as Starmer says PM and chancellor should both resign


Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak fined for breaking lockdown laws

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

PM, chancellor and Carrie Johnson to receive fixed-penalty notices for attending illegal gathering


Brooklyn shooting: at least 13 injured in subway platform attack – latest news

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Police say suspect wearing gas mask fled scene in Sunset Park neighborhood – follow all the latest news and developments


Ukraine Live Updates: Putin Says Peace Talks Hit ‘Dead End’ and Vows That War Will Go On

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

Russia is pouring troops and equipment into eastern Ukraine, presaging a bloody new chapter in the conflict. The U.S., Britain and Australia said they were investigating an unconfirmed report that Russia had deployed a chemical agent, after a handful of people in Mariupol fell ill.


People want the full Sue Gray report now PM and Chancellor are to be fined

The Independent 18:08 12.04

There have been renewed calls for Sue Gray’s report to be released in full after the prime minister, his wife, and the chancellor are set to be fined over lockdown-busting parties.Boris Johnson, Carrie Johnson, and Rishi Sunak will received fixed penalty notices as part of a police probe into allege...


Boris Johnson makes history by becoming first PM to have broken the law

The Independent 18:08 12.04

Of all the accolades and achievements Boris Johnson wanted to achieve during his tenure as prime minister, this certainly isn’t one of them...Johnson has made history by becoming the first PM to have (official been found to have) broken the law, after being hit with a fixed penalty notice over Downi...


UK politics live: PM’s Partygate defence ‘blown out of water’ by new fines, says Labour

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

Latest updates: all the news and developments in politics in the UK


Ukraine Live Updates: Putin Defends War as Allies Warn of Dangerous New Phase in Fighting

NyTimes 15:06 12.04

Russia is pouring troops and equipment into eastern Ukraine, presaging a bloody new chapter in the conflict. The U.S., Britain and Australia said they were investigating an unconfirmed report that Russia had deployed a chemical agent, after a handful of people in Mariupol fell ill.


Crispin Blunt apologises for offence caused by his questioning of sexual assault verdict – politics live

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

Latest updates: all the news and developments in politics in the UK


PG&E agrees to pay $55 million in penalties and costs over two wildfires.

NyTimes 12:05 12.04

The California utility settled civil charges and avoided criminal prosecution over the role of its equipment in igniting the blazes.


A Lake in Florida Suing to Protect Itself

New Yorker 12:01 12.04

Lake Mary Jane, in central Florida, could be harmed by development. A first-of-its-kind lawsuit asks whether nature should have legal rights.


A wink and a walk: Boris Johnson’s warm welcome on secret Kyiv visit

The Guardian 00:15 11.04

The PM flew to Poland and then travelled by Ukrainian rail for his meeting with Volodymyr Zelenskiy


‘There’s lots of anger still’: locals in key NSW seat of Gilmore remain split on Morrison

The Guardian 21:14 10.04

Still reeling from the Black Summer bushfires, Gilmore is one of the few seats the Liberals could win off Labor but the PM is proving divisive


Johnson’s Kyiv visit achieved little but was a symbolic win for PM and Zelenskiy

The Guardian 21:14 10.04

Analysis: the Ukraine invasion came at an opportune moment for the PM, though the damage of Partygate lingers on


Imran Khan threatened to impose martial law, documents suggests

The Guardian 21:14 10.04

Pakistan’s now ousted PM appeared to give opposition ultimatum: agree to fresh elections or I’ll bring in army


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