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No second Scottish independence referendum for 25 years, says minister

It comes as Sinn Fein vice-president Michelle O’Neill has warned Mr Johnson’s Northern Ireland Protocol Bill could jeopardize investment in the province.

She said Britain’s plans to unilaterally suspend parts of the protocol were “reckless” and “dangerous”.

With the Tories fighting to protect the Union in Scotland and Northern Ireland, is it any surprise that the Welsh Tories could well embrace soft nationalism?

Kara Kennedy outlines how decentralization is engulfing the Welsh Conservatives.

Even more travel chaos threatens in the midst of the new rail strike election

It comes as the UK faces even more travel chaos this summer as thousands of Network Rail workers are set to vote on strike action.

The rail union TSSA has called on over 6,000 workers to elect over 6,000 workers in an escalating row over pay, conditions and job security.

There’s a strike planned next week for the rail and subway in what has been dubbed the biggest industrial action on the railroads since 1989.

Meanwhile, British holidaymakers face further drama after the Government and Civil Aviation Authority ordered airlines to cancel flights they are unable to deliver.

Anyone considering changing their travel destination so they can travel by car may be disappointed to learn that government subsidies for electric vehicles have been surprisingly scrapped.

As gasoline prices hit record highs, read the easy way to reduce fuel consumption by 25 percent.

The Keir Starmer poll that was meant to scare Labour

All of these problems add up to the prime minister having a miserable time.

Why are voters still not warming to Sir Keir Starmer?

JL Partners, a firm specializing in polls and focus groups, has conducted some research that hasn’t been kind to Labour.

Michael Deacon outlines why the new poll on Sir Keir should spook the party while tom harris outlines why he underchallenged almost everyone.

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Around the world: the war is bringing European companies to the brink of collapse

Investors brace for a recession in Europe while warning that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could push almost a fifth of EU companies to the brink of collapse. More than half of investment managers — 54 percent — now expect the continent’s economy to enter a recession in the next 12 months, according to a Bank of America survey. According to the Luhansk regional governor, civilians have been stranded in the embattled eastern Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk after Russian forces destroyed all three road bridges from the area. In Russia, Alexei Navalny, the Russian opposition leader, has disappeared from prison and is being held by the Russian state, according to his spokeswoman.

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