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'Human logjam': Massive queues as e-gates go down at UK airports and people stuck on planes
A "human logjam" has formed at Heathrow as crowds of people struggle to get through customs after e-gates failed, with some being left stuck on their planes.
Ministers to hold urgent talks on driver shortage as Shell experiences 'increased demand' at petrol stations
Ministers will meet this afternoon for urgent talks on how to address the current shortage of lorry drivers, after the transport secretary told Sky News that motorists should "carry on as normal" when it comes to buying fuel.
COVID: Police called after anti-vaxxers send school staff violent threats
A headteacher has contacted the police after staff at his school received "abusive" and violent threats from anti-vaccine campaigners.
COVID-19: England's R number falls slightly to between 0.8 and 1.0
England's R number has fallen slightly to between 0.8 and 1.0, the latest government figures show.
Drinking alcohol in seats at football grounds 'could be permitted' as part of fan-led review into game
Drinking alcohol in seats at football grounds, banned since 1985, could be reinstated as part of a fan-led review into the game.
Insulate Britain: Police arrest 17 people as protesters block Port of Dover
Police have arrested 17 people as Insulate Britain protesters sit in the road to block the Port of Dover - with demonstrators calling for a "Churchillian response" to the "urgent horror" of the climate crisis.
Labour make pitch to be 'party of home ownership' ahead of conference
Labour have made a pitch to be the "party of home ownership" ahead of their annual conference.
Sir Keir Starmer must confront an unfortunate question as he prepares for his first Labour conference as leader
Will Britain elect a prime minister people see as weak? This unfortunate question is one Sir Keir Starmer must confront on the eve of his first in-person party conference as Labour leader, however personally painful he finds it.
Britain has 10 days to save Christmas, warns retail industry amid lorry driver crisis
Significant disruption in the run-up to Christmas is inevitable unless more delivery drivers are found in the next 10 days, the retail industry has warned.
Trade deal 'not the be-all and end-all', says top US diplomat in UK
America's top diplomat in the UK has told Sky News that a comprehensive UK-US free trade deal is "not the be-all and end-all" of boosting trade between the two countries.