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Fuel shortages at some petrol stations have been driven by panic buying, rather than supply-chain issues, according to the president of the AA.
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Queues form at petrol stations as drivers urged not to panic buy
Queues have begun to form at petrol forecourts amid fuel shortages due to a lack of lorry drivers, as customers have been urged not to panic buy.
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The pitfalls facing Keir Starmer at the Labour Party Conference
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Subscribe to Chopper's Politics for free to make sure you never miss an episode: playpodca.st/chopper​ Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy joins Christopher Hope on the podcast this week to
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Jordan Peterson: The collapse of our values is a greater threat than climate change
When society forgets its moral values nihilism and terror reign.
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Sabina Nessa: Met Police release CCTV footage of man they want to speak to
Police investigating the murder of Sabina Nessa have released moving CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to in connection with her death.
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Prince Andrew will need a miracle to return to public life - even if his name is cleared
Prince Andrew is now facing a three-week deadline to a decade-long saga.
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Emma Raducanu and Duchess of Cambridge play tennis doubles
Britain's tennis queens took to the court today for a game of doubles, as the Duchess of Cambridge and Emma Raducanu teamed up for a celebration of British sporting excellence.
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Insulate Britain protesters block Port of Dover
Climate-change activists have blocked the Port of Dover after a series of controversial protests on the M25 motorway.
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Oleksandr Usyk has revealed how growing up alongside "drug dealers and prostitutes" in Ukraine has helped prepare him for the biggest fight of his life against Anthony Joshua.
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Companies scrambling to hire HGV drivers amid shortage
Companies are scrambling to hire HGV drivers ahead of the winter period, as a shortage hit the UK workforce.
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Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk prepare for London title fight
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Sabina Nessa murder: Teacher attacked in park during five-minute walk to the pub
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Macron, the EU's prince, is seeking Merkel's crown | Analysis
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The Cumbre Vieja volcano on the Canary Island of La Palma shot lava into the air in loud bursts on Thursday morning while toxic ash blanketed the surrounding area.
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Children aged between 12 and 15 have the highest infection rates across all ages, warns Chris Whitty
Professor Chris Whitty told MPs that young people aged between 12 and 15 are currently driving Covid transmission, and now have the highest rates of infection among all age groups.
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Cavers discover what lurks in Yemen's 'Well of Hell' for first time
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Boris Johnson tells France to 'prenez un grip and donnez-moi un break' over submarine row
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he has "every confidence" of trade deal with the U.S. after meeting with President Joe Biden on Wednesday.
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Dominic Raab stands in for Boris Johnson in the weekly session of Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons. He will face questions from MPs and face off against Labour's Angela Rayner.
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White House aides 'aggressively' interrupt Johnson as Biden refuses questions from US reporters
Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► bit.ly/3idrdLH President Joe Biden refused to take questions from American reporters before his aides chivvied them away from a meeting with Prime
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“Terrorist” Oliver Cromwell was not the 17th century Taliban | History Defended
Brutal dictator or the saviour of Parliamentary democracy? The slaughter of the Irish or brilliant military strategist?
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Subscribe to The Telegraph on YouTube ► bit.ly/3idrdLH A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck near Melbourne on Wednesday, one of the country's biggest quakes on record, causing damage to
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