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Have your say: Would YOU grass up your neighbour for using their hosepipe in a ban?

Despite the ban, some may try to use their hosepipe or sprinkler anyway, ignoring the restrictions. Individuals who are caught may be fined a hefty amount, being made to pay up to £1,000 if they break the rules. People who see their neighbours breaking the rules face a moral dilemma, and have to decide whether […]

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World

Have Your Say: Should Britain trust Joe Biden after latest comments?

You can add your voice to the tens of thousands of comments posted daily on Express.co.uk and have your say on the big issues facing the country today. Joe Biden, whose family heritage is Irish, made the comments while on his first trip to the Middle East since taking office in 2021. He said: “The […]

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World

Donald Trump: Capitol attack findings could lift pressure on struggling Joe Biden

“Whether criminal referrals result or not, the hearings are very damaging to the Republicans, especially those who either stood by, changed their story, or aided and abetted the riots.” In November, Americans will go to the polls to vote on who they want to represent them in Congress, a key part of making new laws […]

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Health

Covid vaccine booster: The six groups eligible for autumn coronavirus vaccine jab

The first vaccine rollout in 2021 helped Britain return to a sense of normality after a year of disruption and lockdown. The new booster programme is designed to help keep the most vulnerable safe from the effects of Covid. Who is eligible for the booster jab? Autumn Covid boosters will be offered to people aged […]

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UK

Set for Life results: Thursday’s winning numbers for £10k a month draw

The draw on Thursday July 14 saw the lucky winners collect £10,000 per month for the next 30 years, offering the chance of a completely new life. The money would easily pay for a dream holiday or car, and offer plenty of opportunities for someone to splash out on something big. The Set for Life […]

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UK

Train strikes: New dates announced for railway walk out

A row between union bosses and train operators has been going on for months, with the RMT union claiming workers are not being offered fair pay or conditions. Members of the union, who include a range of railway workers such as signallers and staff at stations, voted in favour of strike action in May. In […]

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UK

Euromillions results: Today’s winning numbers for £191 million jackpot

The jackpot is a life-changing amount of money for whoever selects the winning numbers, but Euromillions offers prizes for those who get just two numbers correct. To get the jackpot, winners need to correctly guess the five main numbers and two Lucky Stars. The jackpot prize went unclaimed last Friday after no one chose the […]

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Travel

Ryanair flights face disruption due to Spanish strike action – cancelled flights in full

Which flights are affected? In total, 10 airports around Spain are affected by the strike action, and on July 12 about 234 journeys were delayed and 15 cancelled altogether, according to Spain’s USO union. Airports likely to be impacted by the strike are Madrid, Barcelona, Girona, Malaga, Seville, Valencia, Alicante, Santiago de Compostela, Palma de […]

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World

Will Russia attack Lithuania? The countries Putin could invade next

“Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko reaffirmed their mutual commitment to consistently strengthening the Russian-Belarusian partnership and alliance.” While it is unknown how Russia and Belarus will respond, any retaliatory measures will escalate the situation and could lead to unpredictable consequences. In June, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said it would protect its interests if the cargo is […]

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Finance

National insurance: How much will you save from today?

In total, about 30 million people are expected to benefit from the threshold increase, which was introduced to help with rising costs. But the savings will be offset by the National Insurance contribution increase in April, which went up by 1.25 percentage points to tackle the NHS and social care backlog. How much money will […]