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Fish ‘silently suffering stress’
Cavendish does not currently have a contract for next season
Elton John has delayed his European "Farewell Yellow Brick Road" tour until 2023 due to hip problems. The 74-year-old British singer said he had been advised to have an operation as soon as possible. "At the end of my summer break I fell awkwardly on a hard surface and have been in considerable pain and discomfort in my hip ever since," John said in a statement on Twitter.
Nadine Dorries was making her first Commons appearance since her promotion.
The European Union set out a formal strategy on Thursday to increase its presence in the Indo-Pacific and counter China's rising power, although Australia's decision to cancel an arms contract with France may complicate cooperation. - TRADE: The EU will work to finalise trade negotiations with Australia and New Zealand, seek a deal with India and strengthen stronger ties with countries where it already has a trade deal, such as South Korea. The EU will also pursue a trade and investment agreement with Taiwan.
The Government said it has committed £5 billion to ‘getting to as close to 100% broadband across this country as fast as we possibly can’.
Five European countries have come together to officiate the biggest transnational UNESCO biosphere reserve.View on euronews
From web protection to parental controls, we put the security solution through its paces
John James said the decision was “baffling” but the council say the area presents its own “unique challenges”
Alok Sharma spoke after reports that Number 10 was trying to sideline Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
From festival takeovers to viral DJ sets, a new wave of creatives are celebrating their heritage while pushing leftfield and club music forwards in a cultural shift not seen since the Nineties. <strong>Tara Joshi</strong> talks to the musicians, broadcasters and promoters spearheading a movement
British retailer Marks and Spencer said Thursday it planned to shut more than half its stores in France with Brexit affecting supplies of fresh and chilled products. Announcing the closure of 11 out of 20 franchise stores, the food-to-clothing retailer said in a statement that "the lengthy and complex export processes... following the UK's exit from the European Union are significantly constraining" supplies.While it will shut all 11 franchise stores with partner SFH in France over the coming mo
‘I deleted all the photos I took in front of him and took off saying I’m not his photographer anymore’
An IT consultant was detained in a prison cell for two hours after she was arrested for failing to wear a face mask in Waitrose.
A new game is on the way that lets you shoot Margaret Thatcher in the face, and no, we’re not kidding.
Drone footage reveals the extent of damage after a city in southern China was struck by a 6.0-magnitude earthquake. The video filmed in Lu County in Sichuan Province on September 16 shows damaged houses and a rescue team setting up tents in an open area. At least three people were killed and 88 were injured. 1,221 residential houses were damaged across the county. The video was provided by local media with permission.
Acclaimed for both their boundary-pushing photo shoots and trans-activism, south London model and poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal tells Olive Pometsey how they teamed up with a pair of visual masterminds and musician James Lavelle to create an ethereal fashion dreamscape
It’s safe to say that Dorries, who was yesterday elevated to Culture Secretary, is not a widely popular choice among the industries she now represents. Many under her remit have a far more nuanced approach. The MP for mid-Bedfordshire, is, of course, a bestselling novelist, writing books that, though critics are sniffy, are hoovered up in their thousands by the mainstream-reading public (many more “literary” authors would kill for her numbers).
Nicola Sturgeon said calling in the military for support was ‘under active consideration’.
The news comes after lawyers argued over whether Prince Andrew had been properly served notice of the case in a pre-trial hearing on Monday.
England launched its COVID-19 booster vaccination campaign on Thursday, the National Health Service (NHS) said, after officials and the government gave the go-ahead for the programme earlier in the week. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday outlined how the booster programme for over-50s and other priority groups will form a key plank of his plan to navigate the winter without further coronavirus lockdowns. Booster vaccinations will be given at least six months after people received their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine, meaning the rollout will roughly follow the original priority list, and start with the oldest, most vulnerable and health workers.