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Energy bills forecast to hit over £4,200 a year
The average household could pay £355 a month, up from £164 currently, consultancy Cornwall Insight warns.
Tory leadership: Rivals trade blows over energy bills help
Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak attack each other's plans after new predictions of soaring household costs.
Royal Mail staff to stage four-day strike action
If 115,000 staff strike, it could be the biggest ever action by the Communication Workers Union.
Mar-a-Lago: Republican uproar over FBI raid on Trump home
Mike Pence is among those demanding an explanation from the Attorney General for the unprecedented move.
Ukraine war: Blasts rock Russian airbase in annexed Crimea
Black smoke is seen rising from the territory, which Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014.
Ryan Giggs threw ex out of hotel room naked, court told
A jury hears Ryan Giggs "flipped" after Kate Greville confronted him about messaging another woman.
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Kenyans go to polls against backdrop of soaring cost of living
Tough economic realities have pushed campaigns beyond ethnic and personality-driven politicsMillions of Kenyans have been voting in an election that pits the longtime opposition politician Raila Odinga against the deputy president, William Ruto.In Kayole, a poor neighbourhood in the capital, Nairobi, residents woke up to the sound of vuvuzelas and whistles from 4am - a rallying call to get out and vote. Continue reading...
Kenya election: shifting alliances and economic woe to fore
Raila Odinga is leading William Ruto in the polls but the latter hopes his 'hustler' image will win him votes among the poorKenyans are heading to the ballot box on Tuesday after a campaign season marked by a shift in ethnic alliances and two big-ticket issues: the cost of living crisis and high unemployment.The race pits presidential frontrunners Raila Odinga, the former prime minister, and deputy president William Ruto against each other in a hotly contested race. Polls place Odinga in the lead. Continue reading...
London museum to return 72 Benin treasures to Nigeria
Horniman museum is first government-funded institution to hand back artefacts looted by British forces in 1897A London museum is to return 72 treasured artefacts, including its collection of Benin bronzes, to Nigeria in what experts described as an "immensely significant" moment.The Horniman museum said it would transfer the ownership of the historic objects to the Nigerian government after an unanimous vote by its board of trustees. Continue reading...
Russia's private military contractor Wagner comes out of the shadows in Ukraine war
Mercenary group does not officially exist but is playing a more public role and openly recruiting in RussiaThree billboards in the Ural city of Ekaterinburg shine a light on what was once one of Russia's most shadowy organisations, the private military contractor Wagner."Motherland, Honour, Blood, Bravery. WAGNER", one of the posters reads. Continue reading...
Uganda's suspension of LGBT charity a 'clear witch-hunt', say campaigners
Country's government says Sexual Minorities Uganda 'operating illegally' in east African nationThe Ugandan government has suspended the country's leading gay rights organisation, accusing it of operating illegally in the east African nation, in a move campaigners condemned as "a clear witch-hunt".The National Bureau for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) - part of the internal affairs ministry - announced on Friday that it had suspended Sexual Minorities Uganda (Smug) for not registering with the authorities. Continue reading...
Revealed: UK ran cold war dirty tricks campaign to smear Kenya's first vice-president
Special unit spread fake news about leftist politician, Oginga Odinga, seen as threat to British interests in 1960sBritish cold war propagandists smeared Kenyan vice-president Oginga Odinga in the 1960s in "black" propaganda operations, newly declassified files reveal.The Foreign Office's propaganda arm, the Information Research Department (IRD), targeted the Kenyan nationalist in a three-year campaign run by its dirty tricks section, the Special Editorial Unit (SEU). Continue reading...
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