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1. ‘What is that this pit?’ I requested the Russians. They mentioned: ‘It is a graveyard for you’
Tetiana Oleksiienko hid in a neighbour’s cellar when Russian troops invaded Andrivka, and it was solely when starvation compelled her to go above floor that she returned to her residence and located troopers digging a trench in her backyard.
Western officers say Russian forces have accomplished their withdrawal from Kyiv, crushed again by fierce resistance. The troopers’ hasty retreat has stopped them hiding proof of struggle crimes. Read the full story.
2. Rishi Sunak’s millionaire spouse is ‘non-domicile for tax functions’
Rishi Sunak’s millionaire spouse holds non-domicile standing for UK tax functions, the Treasury has confirmed.
Akshata Murthy, the daughter of the billionaire Indian businessman Narayana Murthy, held “non-dom” tax standing as just lately as April final 12 months, whereas her husband was Chancellor of the Exchequer. Read the full story.
3. Inquiry to probe leak of Queen’s dying plans
An inquiry has been launched after official correspondence about plans for when the Queen dies have been leaked by the Welsh Authorities.
Letters and a safety pamphlet marked “official delicate”, have been emailed to a member of the general public. Read the full story.
4. Nasty shock for Isle of Wight motorists as electrical automobile charging factors present porn
Electrical automobile house owners have been left bewildered after public cost factors on the Isle of Wight have been hacked to point out pornography.
Screens on units on the council’s automobile parks in Ryde, Cowes and Freshwater are purported to show the council’s personal web site, however some featured flashing specific photos as a substitute. Read the full story.
5. Boris Johnson’s vitality plan backs huge will increase in nuclear, wind and solar energy
Boris Johnson will on Thursday reveal plans for 95 per cent of Britain’s electrical energy to come back from inexperienced sources by 2030, with huge will increase in nuclear, wind and solar energy.
As much as 4 new nuclear energy stations and scores of smaller “modular” reactors are set to be constructed to quadruple the nation’s nuclear vitality capability. Read the full story.
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