Environmental campaigners have warned they could once again take the government to court over its “lacklustre” climate policy. Friends of the Earth said it was “poised to act” if the revised net-zero strategy, published today, failed to meet legal obligations to cut carbon emissions. The campaign group – along with ClientEarth and the Good Law Project – took the government to the High Court last year
Multiple people have been injured after a large ship became dislodged from the dry dock in Edinburgh, Sky News understands. A major rescue operation is ongoing at Imperial Dock in Leith after the vessel lurched towards its right-hand side. The Scottish Ambulance Service sent five ambulances, an air ambulance, three trauma teams and other resources
Boris Johnson has said he accepts he misled parliament over partygate but insists his statements were “in good faith”. In his evidence to the privileges committee, published on Tuesday, the former prime minister accused it of having gone “significantly beyond its terms of reference”. He added that it was “unprecedented and absurd” to claim that
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has said she is “encouraged” by “constructive” discussions with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) about the injunction that halted migrant flights to Rwanda. A government source said any change to the injunction “would remove a key barrier to getting flights off the ground”. The ECHR, which granted an injunction