Rishi Sunak has said Nigel Farage’s comments about the West provoking Vladimir Putin were “completely wrong” and play into the Russian dictator’s hands. The Reform UK leader is facing a backlash from across the political spectrum for saying that the expansion of NATO and the EU “provoked” Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. Follow the latest updates
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Associated Press Jun 21, 2024, 02:45 PM ET Open Extended Reactions BOSTON — The Boston Celtics entered the season vowing to turn recent playoff heartbreaks into happiness. Eight months later, they toasted the franchise’s 18th championship in what has become the signature Boston celebration, joined Friday by a huge crowd for a duck boat parade
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ESPN News Services Jun 21, 2024, 06:09 PM ET Hall of Fame running back Barry Sanders experienced a heart-related health scare last weekend, he said in a statement posted to social media Friday. Sanders did not offer details on the exact nature of his condition, but described the experience as “unexpected” and “a reminder of
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In this article AAPL Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference at Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, US, on Monday, June 10, 2024.  David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Apple said Friday it won’t release three recently announced features,
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Elon Musk speaking during the Tesla Annual Shareholder’s meeting in Austin, Texas on June 13th, 2024.  Source: Tesla Inc.  Tesla’s hefty downsizing in 2023 has reduced its global headcount to just over 121,000 people, including temps, internal records suggest, indicating that the automaker has slashed more than 14% of its workforce so far this year.
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Four members of Britain’s richest family have received jail sentences after being found guilty of exploiting their vulnerable domestic workers and providing unauthorised employment. Indian-born tycoon Prakash Hinduja and his wife Kamal, along with their son Ajay and his wife Namrata, were, however, cleared by a Swiss court of more serious charges of human trafficking
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Around 1,500 workers at Tata Steel are to hold an “all-out indefinite strike”, a union has announced. The industrial action at Port Talbot and Llanwern, Newport, will begin on 8 July and is expected to “severely impact” the company’s UK operations, Unite said. It comes in response to plans to close Tata Steel’s blast furnaces
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