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  1. Tesco shopper's plea to bring back till staff

    Pat McCarthy says there are not enough staffed tills for those who struggle with self-service machines.
  2. Rangers in Seville: Thousands in city ready for Europa final

    Fans have been urged to be club "ambassadors" when the Glasgow team plays Eintracht Frankfurt.
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    Messi edges closer to Inter Miami move

    The Argentine has been linked with the MLS club ever since he expressed his desire to leave Barcelona back in 2020
  4. Prince Charles needs 'to do the heavy lifting' now so Queen can rest

    Omid Scobie says the monarch "has earned every right to conserve her energy for celebratory moments that the nation can enjoy alongside her."
  5. Climate change swells odds of record India, Pakistan heatwaves

    A UK study says record-breaking temperatures in NW India and Pakistan are now 100 times more likely.
  6. Conservative MP bailed after arrest on suspicion of rape

    Met Police confirm an unnamed man has been released on bail until mid-June pending further enquiries.
  7. Sony readies for metaverse revolution with cross-platform push

    Beyond the metaverse, Yoshida also staked out Sony's claim in mobility, with the conglomerate developing an electric vehicle with Honda Motor Co Ltd.
  8. Taliban officials dissolve Afghanistan's human rights commission; calling it 'unneces

    Afghanistan's Taliban government has now dissolved the country's human rights commission along with four other key departments deeming them "unnecessary," as the country is facing a financial crisis.
  9. China Eastern plane crash likely intentional, US reports say

    Flight data reportedly indicates someone in the cockpit made the China Eastern Airlines jet crash.
  10. Queen urged to invite Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to Buckingham Palace balcony

    Royal author Tina Brown said it would be a "positive thing" to have the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on the balcony for the Platinum Jubilee.
  11. Prince Harry warned against 'disillusioning' public about royals in memoir

    The Duke of Sussex is advised to make sure he can back any negative claims he has about the royals in his book.
  12. UK inflation hits highest for 40 years as energy bills soar

    UK inflation, the rate at which prices rise, jumped to 9% in the year to April, up from 7% in March.
  13. Woman kidnapped as a child reunites with rescuer

    Kathy Wrethman, from Australia, has finally come face-to-face with the man who saved her life.
  14. Pret allergy death: Natasha Ednan-Laperouse's parents set up trial

    The study has been set up by the family of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died after eating a sandwich.
  15. Barcelona?s Alexia Putellas tells her story before Women's Champions League final

    Barcelona?s Alexia Putellas tells the story of her rise through the game before her team face Lyon in Saturday's Women's Champions League final.
  16. Pret death teenager Natasha Ednan-Laperouse's parents launch allergy trial

    The study will look at whether commonly available peanut and milk products can treat food allergies.
  17. Netflix cuts 150 US-based jobs after losing subscribers

    The US streaming giant is forced to lay off staff to minimise cost of viewers quitting the service.
  18. Ukraine war: 'Worrying' messages to refugee seeking UK safety

    Student's host says many young Ukrainian women are offered rooms "with basically sex as payment".
  19. Peace message: Gareth Bale joins children of Wales for centenary year

    Hillary Clinton and Catherine Zeta-Jones have shared it, and Gareth Bale is involved this year.
  20. Man's 36-hour swing marathon lands world record

    The 51-year-old completed the 36-hour challenge, beating the previous record by two hours.
  21. Californian court declares law requiring women on boards unconstitutional

    The court said the law, which forced boards to have up to three women directors, was discriminatory.
  22. Half of new nurses and midwives come from abroad

    International recruitment hits record high with nurse leaders warning about sustainability of trend.
  23. Baby formula makers ramp up U.S. supplies to tackle shortage

    The United States will allow baby formula imports from foreign makers that do not usually sell their products there, the Food and Drug Administration said on Monday.
  24. Wall Street set to open higher as technology, growth stocks rebound

    A positive first-quarter earnings season has been overshadowed by worries about the Ukraine war, soaring inflation, COVID-19 lockdown in China and aggressive policy tightening by central banks.
  25. Why Indonesia's palm oil export ban has not cooled cooking oil prices

    Since November, authorities have unrolled a bewildering array of policy measures including subsidies, export permits and a palm oil levy as well as export bans.
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