Sometimes long, sometimes laborious, coalition agreements have helped ensure the durability of German governments — mostly. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Boris Johnson’s mentions of Peppa Pig, Lenin, and his car impression, was called “shambolic” by a No 10 source.
Premier League leaders Chelsea ruthlessly tighten their grip on top spot by punishing the failings of lacklustre Leicester. from: BBC News
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich fall to a shock defeat against struggling Augsburg. from: BBC News
Critics fear that the legislation will be just another avenue the government can use to crack down on dissent. From: New York Times
In Washington, Beijing, New Delhi and beyond, governments face conflicting forces — political, social and economic — that will shape their next steps in the effort to avert a climate crisis. From: New York Times
As negotiators at the Glasgow climate talks try to agree on greenhouse gas cuts, African leaders say poorer countries can’t be expected to remake their systems as quickly as wealthy ones. From: New York Times
Premier League leaders Chelsea are made to regret missed chances as Matej Vydra rescues a point for Burnley.
Protesters gathered at George Square in central Glasgow on Friday. From: New York Times
Premiership leaders Leicester Tigers make it eight wins out of eight by beating a determined Bath side at Welford Road.
“The governments of the global north countries are still refusing to take any drastic climate action,” she told protesters in Glasgow. From: New York Times
The US president calls the Chinese leader’s absence from the Glasgow summit a “big mistake”. from: BBC News
Brazil, China and the United States are among the signatories to a declaration that seeks to preserve critical forests that can absorb carbon dioxide and slow the rise in global warming. From: New York Times
In the first major deal from Glasgow’s climate change meeting, leaders promise to stop cutting down trees. from: BBC News
Samoan climate activist Brianna Fruean addressed world leaders at COP26 – she describes what it felt like to speak up for Pacific islanders. from: BBC News
The naturalist urges climate summit delegates to “turn tragedy into triumph” for young people.
COP26 people’s advocate Sir David Attenborough makes an impassioned plea for climate change action.
“If working apart we are force powerful enough to destabilize our planet,” the naturalist said, “surely working together we are powerful enough to save it.” From: New York Times
World leaders flying in for the climate conference gives a “once in a lifetime” chance to see rare military and civilian aircraft.
As world leaders gather for COP26 in Glasgow, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says action is needed. from: BBC News