Footage shows black hole within Milky Way
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Footage shows black hole within Milky Way
George Michael won’t be doing a hologram tour, his former song writing partner and friend David Austin says, because the technology isn’t good enough to create a show that does justice to his songs. “We were going to see if we could do a hologram idea in the middle of the Royal Albert Hall,” Austin said. Speaking at a screening of new Michael documentary Freedom Uncut at Soho House last night, Austin said: “The problem with holograms is people just don’t engage, 20 minutes in... people are on their phone... There won’t be a ‘HoloWham’.”
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LONDON (Reuters) -London's Metropolitan Police Service was put in a special monitoring and improvement program by a watchdog on Tuesday and told to come up with an improvement plan after criticism over its handling of a string of high profile cases. "A series of appalling scandals have not only exposed deep cultural problems but have damaged the confidence of Londoners in the capital’s police service," the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said in a statement. "The decision by the HMIC to now move the Met into special measures has laid bare the substantial performance failings by the force."
Petrol retailers have been accused of forcing "rocket and feather" pricing after unleaded hit a new, and unexpected, record average high over the weekend. Motoring organisations had forecast a decline in wholesale costs to have been reflected at the pumps, but data from Experian Catalist revealed on Monday that petrol had reached 191.1p a litre on Sunday.
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Boris Johnson’s bid to unilaterally scrap parts of Northern Ireland’s Brexit deal has cleared its first Commons hurdle after MPs voted 295 to 221 to give key legislation a second reading. The 74-strong majority will encourage the Prime Minister in his plan to effectively tear up parts of the Northern Ireland Protocol by the end of the year.
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More than 1,000 cases of monkeypox have now been recorded in the UK with more than half in London. The UK Health Security Agency, in its latest statistics, said 1,076 confirmed cases had now been recorded - a rise of 166 cases from the last reported data on June 24. 1,035 of the cases are in England with 659 confirmed in London though that figure may be higher as addresses are not available for every case.
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