The world’s third biggest mining company has revealed that two ancient caves in Western Australia, first occupied 43,000 years ago by Aboriginal people, were blown up in May to gain access to an extra
The TimesRio Tinto has revealed that two ancient West Australian caves, first occupied 43,000 years ago by Aboriginal people, were blown up in May to access an extra eight million tonnes of iron ore. It last year exported 327.4 million tonnes from Australia
Pubs or schools? According to Chris Whitty, England’s chief medical officer, this is the stark choice facing us as we confront a potential second wave of coronavirus. “Daddy or chips?” pondered the
The Times"As people in many parts of the north of England were reminded last week, to safeguard our health, we sacrifice our liberty"
Britons are losing the ability to evaluate health risks because obedience is valued over reason, writes @jowilliams293
Boris Johnson is living in “cloud cuckoo land” if he thinks that the European Union will give Britain a free trade deal without signing up to strict “level playing field” rules, his father has said.
The TimesStanley Johnson, the prime minister's father, said: “Why on earth should anybody give us a free trade agreement if we’re not going to apply the same sort of standards to our production processes as our competitors are?”
Britain has a weight problem. Far more of us fall into the overweight or obese categories than are a healthy weight, with issues beginning in childhood.Obesity has been linked to health conditions
The TimesObesity in the UK is increasing faster than any other developed nation and is linked to poorer health outcomes including recovering from Covid-19. We look at the reasons for our growing waistlines as the government launches its new obesity strategy.
The only way to change an institution is to change the management. As long as a toxic leader remains in situ there is no hope that the institution can recover its standing. This was the force behind
The TimesPhilip Collins says: "The real way to show the world that Labour has changed, will be to kick Corbyn out. Take away the whip, expel him from the party, point the way out for his nasty band of facilitators."
The ISC report makes uncomfortable reading for intelligence agencies, who have denied for years that they missed the resurgence of the Russian threat because of a focus on counterterrorism.The
The TimesThe Russia report makes uncomfortable reading for intelligence agencies, who have denied for years that they missed the resurgence of the Russian threat because of a focus on counterterrorism
Analysis from Crime and Security Editor @Fhamiltontimes
A prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy campaigner has declared his candidacy to run for the city’s parliament, setting the scene for a battle with the authorities over his right to stand.Joshua Wong, 23
The TimesJoshua Wong, 23, filed papers today declaring his intention to run in September’s election, saying that Beijing had no reasonable cause to prevent him from standing in a “free and fair” election