In the headlines
The government is preparing a £25m public information campaign to encourage people to cut their energy use. The celebrity-led PR drive will include advice to turn down boilers and switch off radiators in empty rooms, potentially saving households up to £420 a year. The 100ml limit for liquids in airport hand luggage is set to be axed by summer 2024, says The Times. Introduced in 2006 after a foiled terror plot involving liquid explosives, the rule will become redundant once UK airports install more advanced security scanners. This is already turning out to be “the funniest World Cup in history”, says the Daily Star. Just a day after Saudi Arabia beat our old enemy Argentina, the Germans lost 2-1 to Japan. “How do you spell schadenfreude?