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Empty supermarket shelves may become commonplace as labour shortages bite, industry bodies say.
Boris Johnson tells the French president to "get a grip" amid anger over a submarine deal.
Eddie Hearn says Anthony Joshua's dream is to be undisputed heavyweight champion and insists Briton wants to fight Tyson Fury.
Matthew Strachan wrote the music for Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? with father Keith.
Avro and Green collapse, with hundreds of thousands of customers facing higher bills with new suppliers.
Andy Murray beats Canada's Vasek Pospisil to move into the quarter-finals of the Moselle Open in France.
The Ministry of Defence apologises again as it emerges dozens were mistakenly copied in to another email.
Her cousin pays tribute to the primary school teacher describing her as a "beautiful soul".
The Premier League could have a seven-week mid-season break in 2022-23 to accommodate the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The PM admits the UK is now aiming only for "incremental steps" on US trade, rather than a full agreement.
The Scottish actor played henpecked husband Howard in the BBC sitcom for 25 years.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Ian Poulter says his juices "are flowing" as he prepares to play in his seventh Ryder Cup for Europe against the United States at Whistling Straits.
Deputy prime minister Dominic Raab took Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday.
The US president promises an extra 500 million shots to the developing world, as he hosts a Covid summit.
Kye the donkey is being hand-reared and wearing nappies as he is looked after in the family home.
Watch James Rodriguez's best moments for Everton from the 2020-21 season, after the Columbian midfielder left the Premier League club for Qatari side Al Rayyan.
One resident thought the 5.9 magnitude quake was just his neighbours doing an intense workout.
People are being invited for Covid booster jabs at a theatre as the rollout gets under way.
The chances of UK-US trade deal in the next few years have been played down - but what other agreements has the UK made?