The Daily Mail - ‘Taliban slam the door shut’

The Daily Mail - ‘Taliban slam the door shut’

The Daily Mail – ‘Taliban slam the door shut’

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The Daily Mail – ‘Taliban slam the door shut’ 

The Daily Mail reports Joe Biden’s decision – but its story also points out that the Taliban rejected a deadline extension. “Taliban slam the door shut”, reads the Mail’s headline.

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Global war of words over China

The Daily Mail: A war of words has broken out over a new nuclear submarine pact between the UK, US and Australia aimed at combatting China – with Beijing denouncing their ‘Cold War mentality’, France fuming after its $90bn sub contract with Canberra was torn up, and New Zealand and Canada side-lined from the deal.

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Met Police sergeant’s son, 20, who escaped prosecution for killing two men

Met Police sergeant’s son, 20, who escaped prosecution for killing two men while drug-driving in his father’s Audi is being sued by one of their families in a £200,000 private lawsuit A police officer’s son who killed two men while drug-driving is being sued for more than £200,000 by one of their families. Max Coopey, then 17, was at the wheel of his Met Police sergeant father’s sports car on August 2, 2018, when he

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Eco-mob grinds M25 London to a HALT: Furious drivers clash with XR splinter group

Angry motorists tried to pull climate change protesters off the road today after they caused chaos across five different sections of the M25 London by blocking junctions, lanes and slip roads during the morning rush hour. Dozens of demonstrators from Insulate Britain, a new offshoot of Extinction Rebellion (XR), brought major disruption – with one flashpoint taking place near junction 20 at Kings Langley in Hertfordshire as a group sat by traffic lights. M25 London Protests by

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The Daily Mail – ‘Taliban slam the door shut’

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The Guardian leads with new data that suggests the Delta variant is more likely to cause serious illness, as the government tightens the border and travel rules. 

No 10 tightens borders and travel rules as variants spark alarm

The Guardian says the new rules come as new data suggests the Delta variant, first identified in India and now dominant in the UK, is much more likely to cause serious illness. The variant also appears to be circulating more rapidly within schools but Public Health England stressed more data was needed, the paper adds.

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