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Greensill row: Civil servants have until end of week to declare second jobs as concern grows
Senior civil servants have been told they have until the end of the week to declare any other jobs they hold outside government.
Greensill: David Cameron will respond 'positively' to any request for evidence
David Cameron will respond "positively" to any request to give evidence to inquiries into the Greensill affair, according to his spokesman.
COVID-19: Tesco counts cost of pandemic as profits slide 20% despite 'exceptional' sales
Tesco counted the cost of the COVID-19 pandemic as full-year profits fell by a fifth despite "exceptionally strong" sales growth.
David Cameron lobbying row: MPs to launch inquiry into lessons learned from Greensill scandal
A committee of MPs is to launch an inquiry into the lessons learned from the Cameron-Greensill lobbying row.
St Vincent: Water supplies running short on Caribbean island hit by volcano eruption
Clean water supplies are running short on the Caribbean island of St Vincent after ash from a volcanic eruption contaminated reservoirs.
Prince Philip: Royal Family releases Kate's photo of Queen and duke with seven great-grandchildren
The Royal Family has released new photographs of the Duke of Edinburgh following his death at the age of 99.
Greensill controversy: Boris Johnson shares 'widespread concern' over lobbying row - as Labour claim 'return of Tory sleaze'
Boris Johnson has told MPs he shares "widespread concern" about the Greensill controversy - and questioned whether "boundaries" between top civil servants and businesses had been "properly understood".
COVID-19: India sees record case numbers as millions of pilgrims flock to Hindu festival
New coronavirus infections in India have reached a record high with 184,372 cases reported in the past 24 hours alone.
COVID-19: Whistleblower claims WHO tried to force him to change report about Italy's pandemic protocols
Prosecutors in Italy are urging the World Health Organisation to assist them in their investigations into Italy's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aerospace giants urge Kwarteng to intervene in Liberty Steel crisis
Britain's biggest aerospace employers, including Rolls-Royce Holdings and Airbus, have urged the business secretary to step into the crisis engulfing the steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta amid fears of a global shortage of specialist materials.
Elon Musk's brain implant firm teaches monkey to play Pong with its mind
Elon Musk's brain implant company Neuralink has released a video showing how it has taught a monkey - Pager, a nine-year-old macaque - to play the video game Pong with its mind.
Parliament's email system less secure than Gmail, says MP 'hit by Chinese psy-op emails'
A senior MP says parliament's email system is less secure than Google's Gmail as he claimed to have been the victim of Chinese "psy-ops".
Prince Philip: Full military rehearsals under way ahead of Duke of Edinburgh's funeral
Full military rehearsals are under way ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral this weekend.
British troops to withdraw from Afghanistan alongside NATO and the US
British troops will begin their withdrawal from Afghanistan next month alongside other NATO allies.