Christopher Nolan’s next film slated for 2020 release, Warner Bros says

By Keiran Southern, Press Association Los Angeles Correspondent

Christopher Nolan’s next film is due to be released in 2020, Warner Bros has said.

The untitled movie is set to arrive in cinemas on July 17 next year and will be released in Imax, according to the studio.

Christopher Nolan’s untitled next film has been given a release date (Ian West/PA)

No other details were announced. British director Nolan is one of the most acclaimed filmmakers working today and his next project will be highly anticipated by fans.

His latest film, Dunkirk was a critical and commercial success, grossing 526 million US dollars (£298 million) worldwide as well as scoring eight Oscar nominations and three wins.

Nolan has a history of releasing his films in July, with Dunkirk, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises and Inception all arriving in the month.

Nolan, 48, was honoured with a CBE for services to film in the New Year Honours.

Other previous films include The Prestige and Memento.

  • Boris Johnson’s choice to fill his cabinet with hopeless MPs is no mistake, it’s his ‘get out of Brexit failure free’ card
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    Boris Johnson’s choice to fill his cabinet with hopeless MPs is no mistake, it’s his ‘get out of Brexit failure free’ card

    Is Boris Johnson the first prime minister in history to sabotage his own cabinet, or is there something smarter going on? I certainly hope so.By the way, I think we can discount the fuss about him purchasing a huge reinforced bed for No 10 on the taxpayer. He’s basically only got the gear he’s standing up in, and is in urgent need of social housing and a crisis loan from the DWP. He can pay it back out of the proceeds of his memoirs (which may not be long arriving). He’s a big lad too, and kipping in the back of a Toyota Previa, among the unpaid parking tickets and empty wine bottles is hardly good for his health or in keeping with the dignity of his office. I worry about the Johnson cabinet rather more. This because of the disturbing rumours seeping out that our new prime minister (we assume) is about to bring back more has-beens, plus a few never-weres, than an edition of I’m A Celebrity Get me Out of Here. Only the grim reaper saved John McCririck from getting the call-up to take over from Chris Grayling at Transport.When, for example, I heard that David Davis was about to be made either foreign secretary or chancellor of the exchequer – Davis is apparently under the impression that he is at his leisure to pick whichever plum he most fancies – I was puzzled. Why would Johnson want to appoint to such high ministerial office that bald bloke who used to run the Football Association and, before that, did the sports news on BBC Midlands Today?Then I realised, of course, that the Davis in question is in fact our dear old Brexit Bulldog, the former secretary of state for exiting the Euroepan Union, who made such a superb job of the talks before. That made me even more terrified. This is the chap who the Europeans think is a character out of Dad’s Army, playing Corporal “Don’t Panic” Jones, his team “running around like idiots”.Then there’s Jacob Rees-Mogg, supposedly the next chief secretary to the Treasury. This is the chap who, among other things, has at least fessed up and admitted that Brexit will be OK in about another half century, when Mr Rees-Mogg (surely Baron Rees-Mogg of Fogeydom by then) will be a mere century old himself, and he will have caught up with this dress sense. Iain Duncan-Smith, the “quiet man” of the early 2000s, is going to be the chief whip, which is, ironically enough, a job that convention demands he says nothing in the Commons, so that famous frog in the throat will remain silent. He might try to turn up the volume on Philip Hammond and his new rebel army, but it didn’t work when IDS was leader, and it won’t now.Priti Patel is to be secretary of state for the Home Office, one of the most demanding gigs in government. This is the lady who I remember used to spin for William Hague as Tory leader, until it was clear he really was a no-hoper. Then, when the going got tough, she skipped. She also had to resign from the Cabinet in 2017 because she was conducting freelance foreign policy in Israel, of all places. As far as I understand it, she wanted to divert the British aid budget to the Israeli Defence Force, which is at least radical thinking. She’s also accused of wanting to use food shortages in Ireland to coerce Dublin to concede on the backstop, which is a logical impossibility, not a political one. Maybe she also thinks, like Johnson, that all the Irish are called Murphy. Maybe they all think people are a bit thick on the other side of the Irish Sea. The evidence would suggest not.Sir Michael “lock up your daughters” Fallon might get a job too, and won’t even be asked to go on a course first. And then there’s The Saj. Sajid Javid is more likely to get to be chancellor than Davis, which is a relief. He is very proud of the fact that he is the son of a Pakistani bus driver in Bristol, stood up to racist yobs in the playground, just like Donald Trump now, and is clever. But he is also a votary of the cult of Ayn Rand, an eccentric “radical for capitalism” thinker from the mid-twentieth century who had little use for the state and thought taxation was basically theft. Javid is apparently enchanted with the world view. So watch out for him.The Boris Cabinet will be a Brexit cabinet – but also a Thatcherite and particularly virulent one. Some, like Fallon and Johnson himself, were Thatcherites first time round in the 1980s. Johnson, a journalist in those days, described how he “first stood in the physical presence of Margaret Thatcher when she swept past me in her twin-set, at the Madrid summit in 1989. Not only was she really rather beautiful, with a sort of glow about her. She was also very cross. Perhaps she looks beautiful when she is cross. ” Johnson was probably just a few glasses of rioja away from trying it on with the Iron Lady.Do not underestimate the ideological fixation with Thatcher and Thatcherism among this bunch.On Thursday, in fact, we will embark on what might be called Mrs Thatcher’s Fourth Term, the one she didn’t get the chance to win, after she was defenestrated by her own MPs back in 1990 – more tax cuts, more privatisation, more liberalisation of the economy, a smaller state, weaker worker rights.Note, please, that the younger members of Team Boris are also fully certified neo-Thatcherites. Liz Truss, Kwasi Kwarteng, Dominic Raab and Chis Skidmore, as well as Patel, were responsible for an extraordinary hard-right collection of essays in 2012, entitled Britannia Unleashed. Judge for yourself from one of the more notorious passages: “The British are among the worst idlers in the world. We work among the lowest hours, we retire early and our productivity is poor. Whereas Indian children aspire to be doctors or businessmen, the British are more interested in football and pop music.”And yet, as I say, Johnson may be up to something far more cunning than first appears with these stooges; organising his insurance policy and political alibis. For if – when – his Brexit strategy fails, this lot will have nowhere to hide. The likes of Steve Baker, as a minister, will not be able to fulminate on the TV about Brexit betrayal. They will have themselves gone to Brussels and argued at first hand, and heard at first hand, Brussels’ obduracy. They cannot claim that it would all have been OK if it wasn’t a “Remainer cabinet”. The House of Commons has blocked prorogation and will again outlaw no-deal Brexit – and they cannot claim it could not happen under a “determined leader” and a tough, united Brexit cabinet team.In which case, Johnson will be able to turn to them all around the cabinet table and say: “Well, gang, we did our best. We cannot do no deal because it is illegal. There are no options left but an election or a referendum. I never wanted this – and neither did you – but we must now take our case to the people. An election risks Corbyn, and we cannot hold one until Brexit is done. For Brexit to be done, we need a Final Say from the people. With positive energy we can still save the Brexit we love.”And with that they will all bang the table, and Brexit will be dead, and Johnson will have at last extricated himself from his unwise choice in 2016.One hopes.Clever old Boris, eh?

  • Black Widow Scarlett Johansson reacts to Angelina Jolie joining the MCU
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    Marvel have hired some huge female stars for Phase 4.

  • 'Strictly Come Dancing' announces Motsi Mabuse as new judge
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    'Strictly Come Dancing' announces Motsi Mabuse as new judge

    The big sister of professional dancer Oti Mabuse has been announced as the new 'Strictly' judge.

  • Wetherspoons becomes first business to ditch receipts as they say practice is outdated, creates waste and customers don't want it
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    Wetherspoons becomes first business to ditch receipts as they say practice is outdated, creates waste and customers don't want it

    Wetherspoons has become the first large business to stop using receipts after customers complained of mess and the waste of paper.

  • Pictish man who was ‘brutally’ killed may have been royalty, researchers say
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    Pictish man who was ‘brutally’ killed may have been royalty, researchers say

    The Rosemarkie Man was found in a cave with several blows to his head.

  • School which changed uniform policy to make outfit 'gender neutral' now faces legal challenge from parents who say it discriminates against girls
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    School which changed uniform policy to make outfit 'gender neutral' now faces legal challenge from parents who say it discriminates against girls

    A school which banned female pupils from wearing skirts, forcing parents to fork out for a “gender neutral” uniform, has been threatened with legal action.

  • In pictures: Inside the Scottish ‘mini Beirut’ ghost town where only 20 people live in 430 flats
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    In pictures: Inside the Scottish ‘mini Beirut’ ghost town where only 20 people live in 430 flats

    These stunning photos show life inside one of Britain’s last ghost towns.Dubbed a ‘mini Beirut’ by one of its inhabitants, the Clune Park estate in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, once housed hundreds of shipyard workers, but is now home to only about 20 people living in a handful of its 430 flats.Property on the estate was once the cheapest in Britain, with one flat selling for just £7,000 at auction - but it has been plagued by arsonists and vandals with shops, a primary school and church all boarded up and abandoned.In the past eight months, arsonists have started 14 fires there and thieves looking for scrap metal to sell have smashed through walls in abandoned buildings.But a plan to bulldoze the tenement blocks has resulted in a long and bitter battle between Inverclyde Council and private landlords refusing to sell up.Despite stark warnings that the conditions are not suitable for habitation, a handful of residents are clinging on - kept there either by the astonishingly low rents or an unwillingness to leave.With rents as low as £250 for a one-bed flat, within easy reach of Glasgow, the estate has become an unlikely commuter belt for those brave enough to stay there.Julie Kane, 56, has lived on the estate for two-and-a-half years after moving from the idyllic Isle of Skye where she lived for more than 20 years.Read morePolice hunting for two men after CS gas is released on London UndergroundPhilip Hammond confirms he will resign if Boris becomes Prime MinisterMachete-wielding burglars slash dog's face and steal her seven puppiesMs Kane, originally from Yorkshire, said: “I’ve got connections in Glasgow through family and was going to move into Glasgow city centre but the rents were outrageous.“Somebody said try over here and at first when I saw the place I thought, ‘Oh my God, a mini Beirut’.“At that point there was a lot of complaints from tenants about drug addicts and things but the flat was brilliant for the price so I thought I'd give it six months and I’ve been here ever since.”But Inverclyde Council - which described the estate as a ‘festering wound’ and warned of a risk of ‘catastrophic collapse’ and ‘potential tragedy’ - estimated ten years ago that costs of renovation would stretch to £36 million.The local authority has bought 165 of the flats and issued “closing orders” - meaning the homes cannot be inhabited - on another 90.In 2011, a regeneration plan was agreed by the council, and three years later a compulsory demolition order was issued after the renovation of the flats was ruled out due to costs.But it was fought viciously by landlords owning 96 properties, around a quarter of the total - and in 2016 a sheriff revoked the order.The local authority has gradually been buying up properties across the five blocks but some landlords have refused to sell up, demanding more cash.Councillor Michael McCormick, Convener of Inverclyde Council’s Environment and Regeneration Committee, said: “In the council’s opinion all of the flats on the estate are Below the Tolerable Standard (BTS) – they don’t meet the basic requirements to be classed as fit for people to live in."The council is working towards demolishing all the buildings and clearing the site to allow this neglected part of Port Glasgow to be regenerated.“The remaining owners need to recognise that the only future for these homes is demolition and, frankly, the sooner the better.”

  • 'It all seems very strange': Why Ed Sheeran's neighbours are upset about hay bales 'shielding' his pond
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    The latest in a long line of planning woes at "Sheeran-ville" involves some strategically-placed hay.

  • Firefighters tackle blaze at The Mall shopping centre in Walthamstow
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    Firefighters tackle blaze at The Mall shopping centre in Walthamstow

    More than 100 firefighters have attended the scene of the blaze at a shopping centre in east London.

  • Iran says it has sentenced 'CIA spies' to death as Gulf tensions mount
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    Iran says it has sentenced 'CIA spies' to death as Gulf tensions mount

    Iran has captured 17 spies working for the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and some have been sentenced to death, Iranian media reported on Monday.

  • Desperate search launched after dog snatched from owner’s garden by swooping seagull
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    Desperate search launched after dog snatched from owner’s garden by swooping seagull

    The four-year-old dog was lifted out of the air by a seagull in a garden in Devon.

  • 'Professional' fly tippers hunted by council after 50ft pile of rubbish appears on public footpath overnight
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    'Professional' fly tippers hunted by council after 50ft pile of rubbish appears on public footpath overnight

    A local council is on the hunt for "professional" fly tippers who have left 50ft long pile of rubbish on a public footpath.

  • EU countries agree to new migrant influx mechanism - Macron
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    EU countries agree to new migrant influx mechanism - Macron

    Fourteen member countries of the European Union have agreed to a new "solidarity mechanism" proposed by Germany and France to allocate migrants across the bloc, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday. Foreign affairs and Interior ministers of the EU had earlier gathered in Paris to discuss immigration and security issues following a first gathering in Finland last week. "The conclusion of this morning's meeting is that, in principle, 14 member states, at this stage, have expressed their agreement with the Franco-German document," Macron told journalists.

  • Emmerdale's Moira has her past exposed
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  • French submarine found 50 years after disappearance
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    French submarine found 50 years after disappearance

    La Minerve, which vanished in 1968 with 52 sailors on board, discovered off Toulon. The French navy has located one of its submarines that disappeared more than 50 years ago with 52 crew on board. La Minerve was discovered on the seabed in the Mediterranean off the port of Toulon. “It’s a success, a relief and a technical feat,” Florence Parly, the defence minister, tweeted. “I am thinking of the families who have waited for so long for this moment.” La Minerve was on a military exercise when it disappeared in January 1968. Repeated searches have failed to find the vessel until now. Under pressure from relatives of crew members, a fresh search was launched at the beginning of this year using the latest hi-tech equipment to map and model tides and currents in the Mediterranean. Data from the time of the accident was also re-examined. This included seismic reports that suggested the submarine probably imploded as it dropped to the bottom of the sea. A senior French naval officer told Agence France-Presse the submarine was discovered by a boat belonging to the private US company Ocean Infinity. It announced it had found La Minerve at a depth of 2,370 metres, 27 miles (45km) from Toulon, which is home to a French naval base. The cause of the accident that led to the submarine sinking in just four minutes has never been established. Families hope the wreckage will provide long-awaited answers. The son of La Minerve’s commander, André Fauve, said it was a moment of “great emotion” for the families of the submariners who perished. “Many people told me they were supporting me during the search because they didn’t want me to feel alone but they didn’t believe it would be found,” Hervé Fauve told Le Monde. François Meunier, whose brother of Marc was a quartermaster on La Minerve, said: “It’s the end of a long wait and many questions.” The submarine, which had reportedly broken into three pieces, was located by Ocean Infinity’s search ship the Seabed Constructor, which arrived off the French coast five days ago. Using underwater drones, it found the wreckage on Sunday, helped by the fact that La Minerve had sunk in an area of low sedimentation. The first three letters of the vessel’s name were clearly visible on one piece of wreckage. Initial reports suggested the submarine may have had rudder problems before sinking. It was engaged in an exercise with a military aircraft when it disappeared at about 7.55am. The alarm was raised when it failed to return to its base the following day. About 20 boats, helicopters, aircraft and even a diving vessel used by the French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau were involved but the search was fruitless. In 2018, the Seabed Constructor found the San Juan submarine that sank in the Atlantic off the coast of Argentina.

  • Emmerdale's Victoria heartache and 9 more soap spoilers
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    Emmerdale's Victoria heartache and 9 more soap spoilers

    Matty makes life even worse for her.

  • Grave of ‘real life Asterix’ discovered at building site
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    Grave of ‘real life Asterix’ discovered at building site

    Archaeologists have described the discovery as 'the most elaborately equipped warrior grave ever found in England'.

  • Van driver brandishes baseball bat on M23
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    Van driver brandishes baseball bat on M23

    Footage from the M23 northbound of Joshua McKenzie driving aggressively and brandishing a baseball bat from his blue Mercedes Sprinter. He was sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment, suspended for 18 months. He was also disqualified from driving for 12 months, ordered to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work and must pay a £140 victim surcharge.

  • UK must look after its own ships in the Gulf, says Pompeo
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    UK must look after its own ships in the Gulf, says Pompeo

    US secretary of state’s comment reflects tensions with UK over Iran nuclear deal. The UK must be responsible for the safety of its own ships in the Gulf, the US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, has said. His remarks reflect unresolved tensions between Britain and the US over Donald Trump’s plans for a US-led military taskforce to protect international shipping operating off the Iranian coast. The UK is meanwhile seeking to assemble a European naval protection force. Speaking on Fox News, Pompeo said: “The responsibility in the first instance falls to the United Kingdom to take care of their ships. The US has a responsibility to do its part.” He argued that the current crisis was not a result of US sanctions, but of longstanding Iranian malign behaviour in the region. “This is a bad regime; it’s not honouring the people of Iran,” he told the Fox & Friends television programme. “They’ve now conducted what amounts to national piracy – a nation-state taking over a ship that’s travelling in international waters.” British ministers discussed the issue at a Cobra emergency meeting that largely focused on how to respond to the Iranian capture on Friday of the British-flagged Stena Impero. The ship, crewed largely by Indian nationals, is being held in the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas. All crew members are in good health and still onboard, the Iran embassy in India said on Monday. The detention comes at a time of high tension in the region, with US, British and Iranian forces facing off at sea. The UK foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, spoke to his German and French counterparts on Sunday to urge them to recognise the need to internationalise the maritime security operation in the Gulf. The US has been seeking to recruit allies to take part in a coalition, known as Operation Sentinel, to protect the sea lanes. “We’ll build out a big coalition of countries all across the world to do that. We’ll ultimately be successful,” Pompeo told CBS News. Hunt told parliament on Monday that he was seeking to develop a maritime protection mission with Germany, France and other European nations, but not including the US, because of their different agendas. The foreign secretary pointed out that the Europeans were not part of the US “maximum pressure” campaign on Iran. Donald Trump said that recent events had made him less willing to do a deal with Tehran. “They put their finger up in the air and disrespected the United States. They shouldn’t have done that,” the president said. “Frankly it’s getting harder for me to make a deal with Iran because they behave very badly. They say bad things. I’ll tell you, it could go either way.” A spokesman for the prime minister, Theresa May, said: “We already work closely with international partners to ensure a coordinated effort to defend freedom of navigation … The high volume of ships moving through the strait of Hormuz – up to 30 ships covering more than 100 nautical miles – makes it impossible to escort vessels individually”. About a fifth of the world’s oil passes through the Strait of Hormuz, the busiest shipping lane in the world for crude tankers, and it is less than 25 miles (40km) wide at its narrowest point. Tensions in the Gulf had already affected oil trading, and Friday’s tanker seizures caused prices to rise. Britain has concerns that a US-led maritime security operation may have a different emphasis since Trump wants Europeans to join the US in pulling out of the nuclear deal signed in 2015. The UK has already advised all British-flagged ships not to enter the Strait of Hormuz until the crisis is resolved. There are eight British-flagged ships in the region at present. In his statement to MPs on Monday, Hunt vigorously defended the British decision to seize an Iranian tanker off Gibraltar on 4 July, insisting Britain – in cooperation with the US – had established that the ship entered British waters and was bound for Syria in breach of EU sanctions. Iran says it is not party to EU sanctions on Syria, and points out that no ship previously heading for Syria has been impounded in this way. Iran claims the UK has in effect ended up supporting the US efforts to impose an Iranian oil export ban, a measure that the UK formally opposes as a supporter of the 2015 nuclear deal. There is an urgency about the security of British ships, since one option is for British-flagged ships to be reflagged to avoid them becoming a target of the Iranians, something that would deal a blow to the British shipping industry. There are about 4,500 ships registered with Britain or its overseas territories. Pompeo also dismissed Iran’s announcement that it had captured 17 spies working for the US Central Intelligence Agency and sentenced some to death. Iran made the announcement in state media, saying the alleged spies had been arrested in the 12 months to March 2019. Such announcements are not unusual in Iran, but the timing has raised concerns that Tehran is hardening its position in its standoff with western powers. “The Iranian regime has a long history of lying ... I would take with a significant grain of salt any Iranian assertion about actions that they’ve taken,” Pompeo said. Trump said on Monday that the Iranian claim was “totally a false story.”

  • Andy Murray’s gold postbox knocked down by car in hometown
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    Pictures on social media showed the vehicle beside the postbox lying on the ground in the tennis star's hometown of Dunblane.

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    British man pleads guilty to role in violent murder of US hairdresser

    A British man accused of murdering a hairstylist in Chicago as part of a sexual fantasy has agreed to plead guilty and give evidence against his co-defendant in exchange for a 45-year prison sentence. Andrew Warren's written plea agreement comes almost two years after the body of Trenton James Cornell-Duranleau, riddled with stab wounds, was discovered at an apartment in the US city. The discovery of his body in July 2017 prompted a manhunt for Warren and Wyndham Lathem, a professor at Illinois' Northwestern University who lived in the apartment and was eventually identified as Mr Cornell-Duranleau's boyfriend.

  • Nicole Kidman's emergency hospital dash to be with her mother
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  • Footballer Ronaldo will not face rape charges in US
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    Footballer Ronaldo will not face rape charges in US

    Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo will not face any charges over an alleged rape in Las Vegas a decade ago after US prosecutors said Monday they did not have enough evidence to proceed. A district attorney in the state of Nevada said it would not prosecute the Portuguese soccer player because it "cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt" that a sexual assault occurred.Kathryn Mayorga, a former model, alleges that Ronaldo raped her in a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward reached a financial settlement with her one year after the incident.He has always denied allegations of sexual assault, insisting their encounter was consensual.The Clark County District Attorney's Office said it had received a report from Mayorga -- who it identified only as "V" -- on June 13, 2009, reporting that she had been the victim of a sexual assault.Police could not conduct "any meaningful investigation" at the time because she declined to say who assaulted her or where it occurred, the office said in a statement.As a result, detectives were "unable to search for and impound vital forensic evidence," and video showing Ronaldo and Mayorga together was lost, it added.Mayorga contacted police in August of last year to ask that the case be reopened, at which point she named Ronaldo as the alleged assailant.The case was reopened "in spite of the passage of over nine year," prosecutors said."Based upon a review of the information presented at this time, the allegations of sexual assault against Cristiano Ronaldo cannot be proven beyond a reasonable doubt," prosecutors said. "Therefore, no charges will be forthcoming."MeToo movementMayorga's attorney has stated that she agreed to an out-of-court settlement to keep her name from going public, but was later inspired to speak out by the MeToo movement against sexual harassment.Mayorga has also said that her emotional trauma at the time did not allow her to participate in the mediation process for the financial settlement.Neither Ronaldo's nor Mayorga's lawyers responded to AFP's request for comment on the decision to end the investigation.The player has yet to respond on social media.In October last year, Ronaldo said he was "an exemplary person.""I know who I am and what I did. The truth will come out," he told France Football magazine."And the people who criticise me and who expose my life today, who make a song and dance about it, these people will see."The allegations have taken a toll on his life, and in particular on his family, he said.In January, a Spanish court handed Ronaldo a suspended two-year prison sentence for committing tax fraud while he was at Real Madrid.This was immediately reduced to a fine of 365,000 euros ($410,000), on top of another penalty of 3.2 million euros ($3.6 million).Ronaldo is widely considered one of the greatest footballers in the history of the game, having won the Champions League title five times -- once with Manchester United and four times with Real Madrid.He also led Portugal to the Euro 2016 title in France.Ronaldo, who is based in Turin, is currently on Juventus' pre-season tour of Asia.(AFP)

  • UK heatwave: Britain could experience hottest night on record, as NHS advises people to keep windows shut
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    UK heatwave: Britain could experience hottest night on record, as NHS advises people to keep windows shut

    Britain is set for the hottest night on record, as the NHS advised it might be better to keep windows closed to fight the sweltering heat.

  • Danielle Lloyd thanks followers after sharing miscarriage heartbreak on social media
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    Danielle Lloyd thanks followers after sharing miscarriage heartbreak on social media

    The 35-year-old mother of four has announced to her 559,000 followers that she has lost her baby.