‘Many crime scenes’: at least five dead in bow-and-arrow attacks in Kongsberg – video

A police official describes bow-and-arrow attacks in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg that have killed five and wounded two others. The government said police had launched a large-scale investigation. Kongsberg … Read More

Australian Chloe McCardel sets world record for most swims across the English Channel – video

Chloe McCardel finally achieved her dream of crossing the English Channel more times than anyone else. The 36-year-old Australian completed her 44th crossing a little after 2pm BST, eclipsing the … Read More

Brexit live: Irish deputy PM suggests UK negotiated ‘in bad faith’ after Cummings’ NI protocol claims

Good morning. For the last four years politics in the UK in the approach to Christmas has been dominated by a Brexit crisis involving a negotiation with the EU. In … Read More

Brexit minister Lord Frost set outs demands for changes to Northern Ireland protocol – UK politics live

Latest updates: Lord Frost to demand changes to Northern Ireland protocol amid standoff with EU UK car industry says Brexit rules are denting competitiveness Covid response ‘one of UK’s worst … Read More

Alexander Schallenberg sworn in as Austria chancellor after Sebastian Kurz quits amid corruption inquiry

Former foreign minister Schallenberg was sworn in by President Alexander Van der Bellen at the Hofburg palace in Vienna. Schallenberg, 52, is a career diplomat and a close ally of … Read More