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Businesswoman is competing on the 2021 series of the BBC competition
Paul Scholes' daughter films him chewing her toenails
Nasa announces uncrewed flights around the Moon to begin in February 2022. The Orion capsule will be launched on the Space Launch System, paving the way for the resumption of people to walk on Earth’s satellite again
‘In her memory, a simple, easy pledge,’ TV showrunner said
He was detained on suspicion of engaging in the preparation of acts of terrorism/assisting others in acts of preparation under the Terrorism Act.
Employers will be left to decide whether to give their staff time off on ‘National Day of Mourning’
Lava continued to spew from the Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma on Friday, October 22; the molten rock had flowed across more than 886 hectares (about 3.3 square miles), according to Copernicus Emergency Management Service.The lava had destroyed more than 2,120 buildings by October 21, according to authorities. Up to 50 homes near the town of La Laguna were evacuated on October 20 as the lava flow advanced through the neighborhood, according to the local emergency service 1-1-2 Canarias. Homes and businesses in the area were swallowed by lava.Video shows fiery lava erupting from one of several chimneys on the volcano late Friday night. The recorder said wind was blowing ash and smoke “over evacuated territory and into the ocean.” Credit: Idafe.com via Storyful
The supermarket giant said it had suffered an outage due to an attempt to ‘interfere’ with its systems.
By declaring the Prince of Wales the prince regent, the Queen could retain her title, status and position, but allow her son to conduct the constitutional aspects of the job
The week in classical: Oxford Lieder festival; Colin Currie Group premieres Steve Reich. Various venues, Oxford; Royal Festival Hall, LondonAbsolutely nothing is off-limits as Oxford’s fearless festival of song hits 20. And Steve Reich at 85 explores the road less travelled
Gingerbread, gianduja… It’s good to keep an open mind. Unexpected and even challenging flavours to take you out of your comfort zone
Parents who are occasionally abrupt with their children and hold low-key celebrations may be guilty of ‘mild neglect’, according to NSPCC guidance.
Torrential rain and heavy winds are set to hit the UK bringing the risk of flooding during half-term. Flooding is possible in parts of London and the southeast on Monday and in areas of Wales and north west England on Wednesday, according to The Environment Agency. The Met Office said to expect wet and windy weather throughout the rest of October with heavy downpours for many.
The shadow chancellor said ripping up Labour’s flagship programme was ‘an act of criminality’.
Goal for Saudi Arabia to become ‘pioneers’ in clean energy, says minister
Countess Margit Széchényi, who has died aged 96, not only survived the indignities imposed on her and her class by the postwar Soviet puppet regime in Hungary; in many ways, she triumphed over them.
Police are treating fire as ‘wilful’ and have urged people with information to come forward
Thousands of supporters of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-wing government have marched in Budapest on Saturday in a demonstration of unity behind the populist leader’s contentious policies
The swimmer earned some high marks in his Latin.
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