Euros Final, Dan Kilpatrick Previews
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Euros Final, Dan Kilpatrick Previews
The director and screenwriter congratulated Daley and his diving partner Matty Lee.
Ministers exploring ways of removing CGN from future projects, Whitehall source confirms
Downing Street on Monday left open the prospect of requiring students to get jabbed to attend university lectures or live in halls of residence. No10 said the Government was “looking at the scope for vaccine certification” when asked about the move which is likely to prove controversial. Boris Johnson is reported to have suggested the mandatory vaccination for universities in order to drive up the rates of young people taking up the vaccine.
The notoriously private pair just celebrated their nuptials in a fairytale like setting
Mother says her son ‘would have made sure everyone knew how serious this disease is’ after admitting it was not a conspiracy while in an ICU
Daley and Matty Lee secured a faultless victory in the synchronised 10m platform on Monday
The UK has reported 24,950 new cases of COVID-19 in the latest 24-hour period. It means the number of COVID cases reported in the UK has fallen for the sixth consecutive day. Last Monday, 39,950 cases and 72 deaths were recorded.
The Labour leader effectively called for Boris Johnson to sack the home secretary after the Police Federation said it has no confidence in her.
France, Spain, Italy and 20 other EU countries may be taken to court for their tardiness in enacting landmark EU copyright rules into national law, the European Commission said on Monday as it asked the group to explain the delays. The copyright rules, adopted two years ago, aim to ensure a level playing field between the European Union's trillion-euro creative industries and online platforms such as Google, owned by Alphabet, and Facebook. The Commission said it had sent letters of formal notice, the first step of its infringement proceedings, to the countries group asking for explanations.
In an open letter to NASA, Jeff Bezos has offered to waive billions of dollars in payments from the space agency in order to ensure his company Blue Origin gets to take part in its upcoming moon missions. With a potential funding shortfall threatening to derail NASA's planned moon missions - in particular its Human Landing System (HLS) - the billionaire founder of Amazon and the world's wealthiest person has offered to bridge the financial gap "by waiving all payments in the current and next two government fiscal years up to $2bn to get the program back on track".
South Africa’s director of rugby criticised the tourists on social media.
The Nationality and Borders Bill poses a significant terror risk from the far right
This is the astonishing moment two rival monkey gangs faced-off in front of terrified motorists in Lopburi, Thailand.
Johnson could rethink national insurance rise after Tory backlashAt least five ministers are said to oppose plans for increase to fund crumbling social care system Boris Johnson has delayed plans for a tax rise to fix the social care system after details of the funding mechanism could not be agreed in time. Photograph: Reuters
‘I advise everyone to get it’: Covid patients tell of regrets over refusing jab. Doctors say most patients now arriving in intensive care are unvaccinated, and deeply regret their decision
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Monday the battle against narcotics is far from over, more than five years after he began a brutal war on drugs that has killed thousands and prompted an accusation of possible crimes against humanity. Duterte, in his last State of the Nation address, defended the campaign, saying it had brought down crime and improved peace and order. "We still have long way in our fight against the proliferation of drugs," Duterte said in his nearly three-hour address, which many had expected would focus on the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 21-year-old Yorkshireman started on the fourth row of the race but quickly got himself into the leading group.
East London hospital cancels operations after floodingAmbulances diverted away from Whipps Cross hospital as heavy rain causes flooding across capital Whipps Cross hospital in east London. Photograph: Nigel Howard/ANL/Rex/Shutterstock
The European Union urged all political actors in Tunisia on Monday to respect the country's constitution and avoid violence after Tunisia's president ousted the government and froze parliament with help from the army. "We are closely following the latest developments in Tunisia," a spokeswoman for the European Commission said. Tunisia faced its worst crisis in a decade of democracy on Monday after President Kais Saied ousted the government and froze parliament with help from the army in a move denounced as a coup by the main parties including Islamists.
Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana designed five bespoke gowns for the lavish ceremony