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Wyn Calvin, who has died aged 96, was invariably billed as “The Welsh Prince of Laughter” but he was also acclaimed “the Laurence Olivier of pantomime dames”.
One of America’s most famous and popular novels will be withdrawn on the grounds that children should not have to ‘endure embarrassing and offensive language’
A LASTING memorial to mark the Covid pandemic will not be created in York’s Community Woodland, as some campaigners had hoped.
More than 1,300 reports of needle spiking have been made to police forces in less than six months.
The prime minister said he is not delaying the report from being released during a trip to Wales.
A Russian scientist working at a German university who was arrested last year for spying for Russia shared information about Europe's Ariane space rocket programme, prosecutors said Thursday. The accused, identified only as Ilnur N., has been charged with suspected secret service activity, federal prosecutors said in a statement.Ilnur N. was working at a Bavarian university when he was contacted by Russian foreign intelligence service SVR in the autumn of 2019, they allege.He "passed on informat
Burkina Faso's new ruling junta held talks with union leaders on Thursday on the eve of a regional summit that could slap sanctions on the country for the overthrow of its elected president.
This great aerial view shows part of Accrington town centre in the early 1980s.
The blast occurred early on Wednesday morning and caused a fire in the building.View on euronews
CHERRIES under-18s manager Alan Connell says his side are “relishing” the opportunity to take on high-flying Leicester City in the FA Youth Cup fifth round, describing their opponents as “arguably the best under-18 team in the country”.
Worryingly, I’m enjoying the discovery that I can be late without the sky falling in, says Guardian columnist Emma Brockes
Ex-minister Jake Berry said the promise would replicate Tony Blair’s ‘game changing’ pledge to send 50% of young people to university.
A restaurant in Saudi Arabia is offering patrons in the conservative kingdom a unique experience -- dishes with a side of skull and blood in the company of zombies and vampires.View on euronews
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Tributes are being paid to British comedy great Barry Cryer following his death at the age of 86. Born in Leeds in 1935, he started out as a variety performer before going on to write for and with some of the biggest names in British comedy, including Ronnie Barker, Ronnie Corbett, Sir Billy Connelly and Tommy Cooper. Cryer's family said the star died in hospital in Harrow, "peacefully, in good spirits and with his family around him", on Tuesday afternoon.
Most coronavirus restrictions including mandatory face masks have been lifted in England, after Britain’s government said its vaccine booster rollout successfully reduced serious illness and COVID-19 hospitalizations
They are the twin questions with which City executives have been grappling for some time.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson played no part in authorising the evacuation of animals from Kabul during the Western withdrawal from Afghanistan last year, and emails suggesting he did are wrong, a minister said on Wednesday. Johnson, whose premiership is under immense pressure over allegations of parties at his Downing Street office during COVID-19 lockdowns, has dismissed as nonsense accusations that he intervened to ensure the safety of the Nowzad rescue charity's animals run by ex-British soldier Paul "Pen" Farthing. The cats and dogs were rescued amid the chaotic scramble last August to help British nationals and Afghans eligible for resettlement in Britain leave Kabul after it fell to hardline Islamist Taliban insurgents, with critics saying it meant animals were given priority over people.
The Rapier missile system has been retired after 50 years of service.
Boris Johnson went on a planned visit to North Wales with no sign yet of senior official Sue Gray producing her report on lockdown parties in No 10.