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The agreement sparked furious diplomatic row with France which has accused the UK of hiding in the ‘American lap’.
Liam Gallagher has told fans he fell out of a helicopter following his headline set at the Isle Of Wight Festival, sharing a picture of his scraped face. The Oasis star turned solo artist posted a tweet to say he had fallen out of the aircraft and compared himself to the late The Who drummer Keith Moon, who was notorious for his wild behaviour. One fan replied asking about the height of the fall, saying Gallagher must have missed the step and "face planted" after the helicopter had landed, but did not mention this "because that's not very rock n roll".
Police condemned people ‘intent on causing offence and stirring up hatred’
‘I don’t think many people know they exist’: how mistaken identity threatens the Baudin’s cockatoo. The black cockatoo is nearly identical to its neighbour, the Carnaby’s. And that’s a problem for protecting the endangered species
The new series has kicked off with a launch show announcing who will be dancing with who.
Protesters angry at the Tunisian president’s seizure of broad powers have faced off against his supporters in competing demonstrations in the North African nation's capital of Tunis
Prime minister will seek to calm tensions with Joe Biden over retreat from Afghanistan on White House visit
New BBC documentary celebrates life of late royal, who died in April at 99
U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin said Saturday that he was diagnosed last November with early stage chronic myeloid leukemia but that he responded well to treatments and is now in remission
He said that protecting customers from huge price rises was ‘an absolute priority’.
HONG KONG (Reuters) -Fewer than 5,000 Hong Kong people from mostly pro-establishment circles began voting on Sunday for candidates to an election committee, vetted as loyal to Beijing, who will pick the city's next China-backed leader and some of its legislature. Pro-democracy candidates are nearly absent from Hong Kong's first election since Beijing overhauled the city's electoral system to ensure that "only patriots" rule China's freest city. "The whole objective of improving the electoral system is to ensure patriots administer Hong Kong," Carrie Lam, Hong Kong's chief executive, said on Sunday morning.
The hotel was called "elitist" for introducing the charge.
Hundreds rally in support of January 6 Capitol riot suspects
The 15 celebrities were partnered up during Saturday’s launch show.
The movement's website showed which areas of Europe were most enthusiastic: Germany held over 900 events, France over 600, and Italy over 500.View on euronews
Boris Johnson has appointed a former Bank of England chief economist to lead his "levelling up" agenda, as a report likens the project to the 30-year transformation of East Germany.
‘I am thinking of getting it repainted red, white, and blue’
Testing children without Covid-19 symptoms is disrupting their education and should be stopped, the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health has warned.
This year’s new crop of celebrity hopefuls have been paired up with their professional partners for Strictly Come Dancing. Among the pairings this year is former Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite, who has been partnered with Johannes Radebe, making them the first all-male partnership on the BBC One series. Oti Mabuse will be hoping for a triple win alongside rugby player Ugo Monye.
Baroness Hale of Richmond claims she may have missed out on becoming Supreme Court president on her first attempt because she is a "feminist".