from: BBC News Reality Check examines some of the claims surrounding the scaling back of HS2.
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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
The pledge misses a key goal of the COP26 summit for all nations to commit to net zero by 2050. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
The chancellor will outline his Budget on Wednesday after fury over rafts of early press announcements.
Ryan Bader is promising “fireworks” against old training partner Corey Anderson at Bellator 268. from: BBC News
Iraqis voted in parliamentary elections that were called a year early in response to anti-government protests. From: New York Times
Ahead of COP26, Ros Atkins looks at what the world’s biggest emitters are doing to tackle climate change. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The Conservatives made promises on nurses, police, Brexit and immigration in their 2019 manifesto.
from: BBC News The Labour leader will pledge more money for schools and mental health in his big conference speech.
from: BBC News The shadow home secretary says Labour will “tackle anti-social behaviour” if the party wins power.
from: BBC News We look at the performance of the party and its leader as the Lib Dem conference gets going.
from: BBC News The chain says its clothes will stay reasonably priced but will be more sustainably sourced.
In an annual speech on the state of the bloc, Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, praised its coronavirus response but warned against a “pandemic of the unvaccinated.” From: New York Times
England play New Zealand in Taunton in a must-win match to decide who wins the T20 series.
China’s foreign minister pledged $30 million in food and supplies, plus Covid-19 vaccines, in an overture to the new Taliban government. From: New York Times
from: BBC News The party says it would allow low income workers on universal credit to keep more of their take-home pay.
Several European countries have said they are withdrawing embassy workers and seeking to evacuate those who have helped them. From: New York Times