The Countess of Wessex joined Tomas Cardillo-Zallo, a member of Mencap’s Learning Disability Running team, for the first 1.5 miles of his virtual London Marathon.
The royal has been Patron of the charity since 200.
Mr Trump, 74, briefly left Walter Reed Medical Center in Maryland on Sunday, where he is being treated for COVID-19, so he could greet the crowds waiting outside the hospital. Dr James Phillips, chief of disaster medicine at George Washington University and an attending physician at Walter Reed Medical Center, described the drive-by as "insanity". The irresponsibility is astounding.
Interpol has issued a "red notice" to arrest the fugitive Thai heir to the Red Bull billions for his role in a fatal hit-and-run, police said on Sunday. The move by the international police organisation is the latest in the years-long saga surrounding Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya who crashed his Ferrari in 2012, killing a police officer. The charges against Vorayuth, who is the grandson of Red Bull's co-founder, were dropped in July - sparking public outrage from Thais who saw it as an example of impunity enjoyed by the kingdom's elite. It spurred probes by various government agencies, including the Attorney General's Office which last month announced fresh charges against Vorayuth of reckless driving causing death and cocaine use. National Police deputy spokesman Colonel Kissana Phathanacharoen confirmed Sunday a red notice - Interpol's most urgent alert - was issued earlier this week. "After we received the confirmation, we then passed our request to 194 member countries asking for assistance from them," he told AFP.
Johnson said people needed to act responsibly in order to contain the virus and keep the economy going.
The actor's 29-year-old partner lives with her and the two daughters she shares with ex Tom Ellis.
One dead and two critically ill after dental treatment trip to Turkey. Trio from Northern Ireland reportedly found unconscious in apartment in Marmaris
Charles Moore has pulled out of the race to become next BBC chairman following fierce backlash over his extreme racist and homophobic views.
Any death is already one too many – but why aren't fatalities rising as sharply as cases? There are a few factors at play, say scientists.
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Jeremy Joseph is seeking a judicial review in a bid to overturn the controversial curfew, which was imposed by the government in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Mr Joseph told Sky News the curfew "makes absolutely no sense" and does "the opposite of protecting people". Mr Joseph, who owns four venues, said the curfew was extremely damaging to businesses and he wanted to government to explain the reasoning behind it.
One of India’s most famous stars has broken the silence about Bollywood’s drug issues, as police continue a massive narcotics investigation which has exposed the industry’s seedy underbelly. Akshay Kumar, a Bollywood actor and martial artist, made the remarks online following the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, another high-profile figure in Indian showbusiness. Mr Rajput’s body was found in June in his apartment in Mumbai and Indian police have said he took his own life. The investigation into the 34-year-old's death expanded into a major drugs probe, with his former girlfriend, actress Rhea Chakraborty, arrested earlier this month for allegedly buying cannabis for him, which she denies. Ms Chakraborty was interrogated for several weeks after being arrested, but has been cleared of murder allegations after evidence showed her partner had suffered mental health problems. In an almost four-minute video about the case posted on his Twitter account on Saturday, Mr Kumar called on the industry's fans not to tar everyone in Bollywood with the same brush. "With a hand on my heart, how can I lie and say that this (narcotics and drugs) problem doesn't exist in our industry," Kumar, 53, said in Hindi in a video watched more than 2.5 million times. "It exists in our profession the same way problems exist in every other profession. But to say that everyone in every profession is involved in all its problems would be wrong." Indian media has also joined calls for a wider investigation into the multibillion-dollar film industry's so-called "drugs mafia".
Kate Bingham said officials hope to give the vaccine to around 30 million adults - less than half of the country's population of 67 million. In September, the government's Joint Committee On Vaccination And Immunisation published a draft list showing who is likely to be at the front of the queue for a jab if or when a coronavirus vaccine is approved in the UK. The draft list named older adults in care homes and care home workers as the first group, followed by those aged over 80, over 75, over 70 and over 65.
The conflict across the separatist territory of Nagorno-Karabakh continues to intensify after an evening of heavy shelling. Armenian authorities released footage purportedly showing the aftermath of artillery strikes by Azerbaijani military. An Armenian spokesman said intense fighting was taking place “along the entire front line”. Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev said his country's army had ”raised the flag” in the town of Madagiz. At least 200 people are now reported to have been killed since fighting broke out on September 27. The conflict is the worst since the end of the war in 1994 that saw Armenia take control of it. #Nagorno-Karabakh #Azerbaijan #Armenia.
Britain has been hit by heavy rain and flooding as Storm Alex battered the country at the weekend.Pictures from across the UK showed cars underwater, rivers bursting their banks and people being rescued after the storm soaked the country.More than 20 flood warnings were put in place and more than 80 flood alerts following the deluge.Flooding was reported in the south-east as well as in Hertfordshire, Northumberland and West Lothian in Scotland.Amber weather warnings were put in place for parts of the country but the heavy rain was due to ease on Sunday, according to the Met Office.