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Dynevor was about to head home to the UK before she got the call for her 'Bridgerton' screen test.
Former Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane has been appointed head of a British government taskforce aimed at tackling regional inequality, the government said on Sunday. Branded "levelling up", tackling economic inequality across the country was one of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's central pledges when he won a 2019 election with his party's largest parliamentary majority since Margaret Thatcher. Haldane will be a permanent secretary in the Cabinet Office, a department at the centre of government which drives the implementation of policy.
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on board.View on euronews
Surging natural gas prices have pushed 7 energy suppliers out of business – and four more are thought to be at risk
A friend in need: volunteers rush to help refugees feel at home in UK. Up to 50 people a day are signing up to offer help to Afghans who fled the Taliban
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter is apparently a huge fan of Brummie rockers Black Sabbath.
A man who raped two men he met on a dating app has been jailed for 14 years. Aaron Goodey, 23, was found guilty of three counts of rape, two counts of robbery and one count of blackmail. Goodey was arrested in July 2020 after an investigation into two incidents where men were raped by a man they had met on Grindr in the Enfield area of London, Wood Green Crown Court heard on Friday.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe campaign urges sanctions against 10 Iranians. Campaign to mark British-Iranian’s 2,000th day in detention with demand to Foreign Office
French tightrope walker Nathan Paulin makes his way across a 600-metre long slackline between the Eiffel Tower and Theatre National de Chaillot in Paris - a feat he himself describes as "not as easy as I thought".
The week in TV: Help; The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill; Sex Education; Alma’s Not Normal. Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham bring huge heart to Jack Thorne’s Covid drama. Plus, the harrowing plight of Alexei Navalny, more explosive Sex Education, and Sophie Willan’s seriously funny autobiographical comedy
LONDON (Reuters) -Jimmy Greaves, one of England's most prolific strikers and Tottenham Hotspur's record goalscorer, has died at the age of 81, the Premier League club said on Sunday. Greaves, who suffered a stroke six years ago, scored 266 goals for Tottenham between 1961-1970 and his 37 league goals in the 1962-63 season remains a club record. He began his career with Chelsea and netted 124 league goals for the London club between 1957 and 1961.
The comedian has opened up on his worries over his best friend's health.
Britain’s equality watchdog ‘colluding in denial of institutional racism’. Exclusive: Former employee accuses Equality and Human Rights Commission of ‘racial gaslighting’ in letter sent to colleagues
‘In extreme situations, it’s reasonable to take extreme actions’, says Green MP
The frontman of The Script said he and Jones drank champagne until 7am.
The pair were first linked back in July after they attended the 2021 NBA Finals together.
A top scientist who advises the government says ministers should have improved the COVID testing system for international travel rather than "abandoning it entirely". Professor Stephen Reicher, a member of the Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours, which feeds into the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), said the removal of the need for a PCR COVID test will impact on the UK's ability to spot dangerous infections coming into the UK. On Friday, the government announced that from 4 October, the current traffic light system of red, amber and green countries will be scrapped and replaced with one red list only, and from the end of October, people will be able to replace their day-two PCR test with a cheaper lateral flow test.
Armed police rushed to Oxford Street last night to reports a gunman was on the loose. Officers who were called to the scene at around 9.30pm were unable to find a gunman. Eyewitnesses said gangs of youths attempted to break into a sweet shop, according to The Sun.
But says Australia must make decisions that are in its ‘sovereign national defence interest’
‘Something magical happens’: the cameras helping refugee children to heal. We talk to the man behind an extraordinary project in Turkey, where children, most of them refugees, have been given old analogue cameras and taught the art of photography