The proposals are a “genuine response” to address Brexit trade issues, says the European Commission.
Day: October 13, 2021
Yet more small suppliers have been caught between soaring energy costs and the UK’s price cap.
Kongsberg: Five dead in Norway bow and arrow attackKongsberg: Five dead in Norway bow and arrow attack
Police say a man armed with a bow and arrows killed five people and injured two more in Kongsberg.
Star Trek’s William Shatner blasts into space on Blue Origin rocketStar Trek’s William Shatner blasts into space on Blue Origin rocket
The actor who played Captain Kirk in the classic TV show is the oldest person ever to go to space.
Claudia Webbe: MP guilty of threatening and harassing womanClaudia Webbe: MP guilty of threatening and harassing woman
Claudia Webbe made a string of phones calls in which she threatened to use acid and share naked photos.
Female police officers say misogyny remains uncheckedFemale police officers say misogyny remains unchecked
Police women told BBC Newsnight that misogyny continues to shape work culture in the Met.
Toy shops warn of Christmas shortages amid port delaysToy shops warn of Christmas shortages amid port delays
The boss of toy chain the Entertainer says it will be harder to get stock to the right places at the right time.
Insulate Britain: Angry motorists confront M25 protestersInsulate Britain: Angry motorists confront M25 protesters
Police arrest more campaigners as Insulate Britain mounts its 13th day of road protests.
Care staff shortages pile pressure on NHS, say hospital managersCare staff shortages pile pressure on NHS, say hospital managers
A lack of care staff in the community leaves hospitals struggling to discharge patients.
Covid: Scientists targeted with abuse during pandemicCovid: Scientists targeted with abuse during pandemic
Doctors who came into the public eye during Covid received death threats and harassment.
Covid: New WHO group may be last chance to find virus originsCovid: New WHO group may be last chance to find virus origins
The World Health Organization unveils a new group to examine the emergence of the virus more closely.
Scrapping B-Tecs ‘hammer blow for social mobility’Scrapping B-Tecs ‘hammer blow for social mobility’
MPs and Peers back a campaign against replacing some of the vocational qualifications with T-levels.
Strictly Come Dancing: Robert Webb withdraws due to ill healthStrictly Come Dancing: Robert Webb withdraws due to ill health
The comedian and author made the decision to leave the competition because of ill health.
The four-year-old girl from Bristol who has learned to unicycleThe four-year-old girl from Bristol who has learned to unicycle
Daisy, who could ride a bike aged two, has thousands of fans online.
Mike Tindall meets families living with Parkinson’s diseaseMike Tindall meets families living with Parkinson’s disease
The former England rugby player speaks to those living with the same condition as his father.
Scottish TikToker Luna campaigned for the store to recall a batch of the milk which she says was “smelly”.
Chloe McCardel sets record for most England Channel swimsChloe McCardel sets record for most England Channel swims
Chloe McCardel completed her 44th swim of the Channel on Wednesday.
Dominic Raab and Liz Truss agree to share 115-room mansionDominic Raab and Liz Truss agree to share 115-room mansion
Senior ministers had reportedly argued about who should have use of grace-and-favour home Chevening.
CEO Secrets: ‘No need to convince the haters you’re worthy’CEO Secrets: ‘No need to convince the haters you’re worthy’
Michele Roberts, executive director of the National Basketball Players Association, shares her CEO Secrets.
Minneapolis police ‘hunted’ protesters with rubber bulletsMinneapolis police ‘hunted’ protesters with rubber bullets
An activist and former officer analyse video of Minneapolis police days after George Floyd’s death.
Ahead of COP26, Ros Atkins looks at what the world’s biggest emitters are doing to tackle climate change.
What those living with dementia want people to knowWhat those living with dementia want people to know
“Dementia is something you learn to live with, not just die of,” – tips from, those living with the condition.
The children of IS: ‘It’s a disaster we cannot deal with’The children of IS: ‘It’s a disaster we cannot deal with’
Inside IS detention camps in Syria, officials say violence and radicalisation are a growing problem.
As he launches a podcast on the science of funny songs, comedian Phil Nichol reveals his favourites.
Singapore has a strict military conscription programme, putting pacifists in a difficult situation.
Domestic violence: Mum begged for violent son to be taken awayDomestic violence: Mum begged for violent son to be taken away
A service supporting families in Wales saw a rise in “child on parent” domestic abuse in lockdown.
Why wives around the world do not earn as much as their husbandsWhy wives around the world do not earn as much as their husbands
Researchers say data from 45 countries over 40 years shows household is a place of great inequality.