Ed Davey says 'govt is making mess of our economy'
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Ed Davey says 'govt is making mess of our economy'
A driver was jailed for more than two years after he almost killed his passenger when his speeding car hit a wall and erupted into a ball of flames.Source: SWNS
This is a spacious, beautifully presented three-bedroom bungalow in a tucked-away spot in Newport on the Isle of Wight.
He will set out his vision for a Labour government to improve post-Brexit relations while staying out of the single market.
Fabio Jakobsen avoided the pitfalls of a chaotic finish to stage two of the Tour de France to deliver an emotional victory in Nyborg, Denmark. Jakobsen, making his Tour debut less than two years after suffering life-threatening injuries in a crash at the Tour of Poland, stayed clear of late spills at the end of the 202.5km stage from Roskilde to come around Mads Pedersen and beat Wout van Aert - who consoled himself by taking the yellow jersey. The day had been designed to build up to fireworks on the 18km-long Great Belt Bridge in the finale, but it was after the peloton returned to dry land that the key incidents occurred as a crash blocked the road inside the final three kilometres, leaving a select group of sprinters to contest the honours.
<p>Stunning aerial images show thousands of colourful flowers lining the Confetti Field in Worcestershire as tourists flock to the famous display.</p><p>The 14-acre field, which features six stunning rows of brightly coloured flowers, is only open for just a few days each year. </p><p>The colourful field is only open from July 1 to July 10 as the stunning delphiniums only bloom for just two weeks every year. </p><p>Thousands of couples are known to flock to the floral hotspot in Wyke Manor Estate site in Pershore, Worcs., each year as the flowers are used to make natural confetti.</p><p>The natural confetti, which is biodegradable, is sold by the pint with just one pint - around ten handfuls - costing £12. </p><p>Customers can choose from a range of flowers including delphiniums, roses, hydrangeas, lavender and bougainvillea. </p><p>The flowers are handpicked, before being dried and packaged for a personal service. </p><p>Workers at the Real Flower Confetti Company then pick the flowers before boxing them </p><p>off for weddings around the globe. </p><p>Their bespoke service has been used by various celebrities including Madonna and Guy Ritchie and Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas. </p><p>Athlete Jessica Ennis used the confetti while marrying Andy Hill and Take That used it during their Progress Tour. </p><p>Prince Harry also chose the firm’s pale pink delphinium confetti to throw over Princes Charles and Camilla at their wedding in 2005. <br></p>
Junk food and the internet has created a’perfect storm’, gym boss Nick Mitchell said.
Some spectators loved the drama, whereas others compared it to football and thought it was ’embarrassing’.
Influential British theatre and film director Peter Brook has died at the age of 97, according to reports in French media. Brook won multiple awards including Tonys and Emmys during his 70-year career and worked with stars including Sir Laurence Olivier, Sir John Gielgud and Adrian Lester. The Le Monde newspaper said he died in Paris on Saturday.
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Police say a Black man shot and killed by Akron police officers in a hail of bullets following a vehicle and foot pursuit was unarmed at the time of the shooting
A woman had to have her £2,000 engagement ring cut off by firefighters after it got stuck and made her finger turn purple and numb the day after her fiancé proposed.Source: SWNS
Tweaked vaccines to tackle Omicron are in trials as JCVI finalises advice for vulnerable groups
<strong>Exclusive: </strong>Allegations about Mr Johnson’s conduct while he was foreign secretary are ‘sordid and untrue’, according to source
Home favourite Cameron Norrie, 26, is emerging from relative obscurity as Britain’s best hope for the 2022 Championships.
A PROLIFIC thief who stole thousands of pounds worth of items from a store on 12 separate occasions has been banned from the city centre.
Traffic officer Gavin Buffam said the kitten tried to nip his fingers a few times.
Local police have indicated organisers are safely permitted to go ahead with the show.
A Puerto Rican judge has issued a restraining order against superstar Ricky Martin
Inflation affects everyone, everywhere, but it hurts some of us more than others. The worrying finding of our Ipsos poll is that millions of people would find it “very difficult” to cope with inflation rising to 11 per cent. Not just that, a third, 32 per cent of adults, say they would find themselves in financial crisis if the rate rises to the 11 per cent predicted by the Bank of England. In May it was 9.1 per cent. In London, that figure is just under half, or 49 per cent. Four in 10 people in London say they are already struggling.
Cameron Norrie is the last Briton standing in the singles at this year’s championships.