Canada floods: British Columbia limits fuel purchases and non-essential travel restricted after torrential rains and mudslides

The amount of fuel people can buy will be limited and non-essential travel restricted in a Canadian province following torrential rains and mudslides. The British Columbia (BC) government said was imposing the measures as highways began to reopen following extreme weather, which prompted it to declare a state of emergency. Provincial Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth said non-essential vehicles would

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Man Utd’s greatest British XI with Rooney, Beckham and Scholes but Ferdinand and Sheringham left out – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED have had some of the finest players born in Britain. So here at Sun Sport, we set United End Editor Tom McDermott the task of choosing an all-British Red Devils XI from those players he has watched during his days as a supporter (and without any Irish stars… sorry Roy and Denis). Les Sealey Sealey is just ahead

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British legend Frank Bruno backs Tyson Fury to 'do some damage' to Deontay Wilder in trilogy due to FOUR STONE advantage

FRANK BRUNO has backed a bulky Tyson Fury to 'do some damage' to Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight. Bruno weighed a massive 17st 6lb during his heroic reign as WBC heavyweight champion. But Fury in his rematch against Wilder in February 2020 scaled as heavy as 19st 5lb before winning in seven rounds. American Wilder is a small heavyweight

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British Army commando dismissed from the military for selling drugs

Marine, 31, who sold drugs used for cancer treatment for £50 on Snapchat is jailed and dismissed from the military Lance Bombardier Ellis Mallett, 31, offered Oxycodone in September last year Court martial heard he was also caught selling a licensed drug for treating erectile dysfunction He pleaded guilty to three charges and was dismissed from the military He was

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Afghanistan: British Afghan fears his family will be executed by Taliban after being left behind in Kabul

Twenty years ago after being tortured, Najib Afzali fled the Taliban from Afghanistan and settled in the UK. Today, in Kabul, his brothers, sisters, nephews and nieces are stuck, stranded, facing death. Speaking to Sky News at his tailors in Altrincham, Mr Afzali shared the despair his family who worked with the Afghan government and British and US troops are

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