Charlie Radnedge enters Love Island
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Charlie Radnedge enters Love Island
Love Island 2022 has been seriously entertaining so far this year - but has the feuding between contestants gone too far? Following Thursday’s episode, viewers have taken to Twitter to complain about the treatment of Ekin-Su by her fellow islanders - and it’s safe to say that people aren’t happy. MORE: Love Island: everything to know about Antigoni Buxton’s singing career - and watch her sing! Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Davide is saying that Ekin-Su is going from flower to flower hasn
A former Love Island cast member has shared one clever trick for predicting which contestants will be dumped, and it makes a whole lot of sense.
A sleek $156 million superyacht belonging to a sanctioned Russian oligarch and parliamentarian is now docked in Dubai, the latest reminder of how the skyscraper-studded sheikhdom has become a haven for Russian money amid Moscow’s war on Ukraine
<a href="https://www.independent.co.uk/topic/gamechangers"><strong>Gamechangers</strong></a><strong>: </strong>The Love Island winner lets us in on her beauty secrets, must-have holiday packs and the one ingredient her and Liam can’t cook without
Justin Bieber and wife Hailey have both recently suffered health issues
"Rather than just serving up a Summer of Love, we thought we’d make 2023 the Year of Love."
Jazmin Cazares gave heartbreaking testimony before the Texas Legislature on Thursday morning one month on from her little sister’s death
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The former England footballer also warned the other islanders to ‘stay out of her way’
Glastonbury festival warned punters to avoid watching Michael Eavis’ performance because the area was “very busy.”
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said he has had ‘zero engagement’ from the Government on a long-term TfL funding plan.
With votes still being counted, the Liberal Democrats claimed to have snatched the Devon seat held with a 24,000 majority by the Tories in 2019.
Roe v Wade reversed | The US Supreme Court today overturned the landmark ruling that enshrined the right to abortion half a century ago. Almost instantly, abortion will be banned in 13 US states that have already introduced "trigger" laws designed to come into effect upon the throwing out of Roe v Wade. US editor Nick Allen explains what is likely to happen next. Daniel Capurro outlines six things we learned from the ruling. And US correspondent Jamie Johnson has the latest reaction.
Prime minister says current setup ‘makes no sense’
The RMT union says Transport Secretary Grant Shapps should "get in the (negotiation) room or get out the way" following a second day of walkouts this week by tens of thousands of rail staff, as a row over pay, jobs and conditions continued. Major railway stations, including Edinburgh Waverley, London Euston, London Paddington and Liverpool Lime Street, were far quieter than usual, with many people opting to work from home instead. Further talks between Railway, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union and Network Rail aimed at ending the dispute were held on Thursday but no resolution was reached.
The squash brand confirmed it has not renewed its relationship with the tennis tournament.
Captured Briton Aiden Aslin told his execution will go ahead Russia nears ‘tactical’ victory in Severodonetsk as villages fall How President Zelensky became the latest celebrity accessory Dispatch: 'My daughter is in Paris. I have lived my life already' Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast
Letters: David Wacks on youth convictions and cautions, John Hughes on the need to delete records of minor offences from decades ago, and a magistrate on the need for DBS reform
‘As stated in yesterday’s congressional hearings, you don’t ask for a pardon if you are innocent. And, you don’t decline to appeal if you know you are right,’ said Heard’s spokesperson
Scientists have discovered the world’s largest bacterium in a Caribbean mangrove swamp