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Gaia Young dancing with a stranger in Kings Cross
Greg Wise, Robert Webb, Tom Fletcher and Judi Love are among this year’s celebrity contestants
Angela Rayner will open the party conference with a promise to improve pay and conditions.
Tropical Storm Sam is expected to reach hurricane status by Friday
Fraught relations with neighboring China are dominating the election for the leader of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party
Women accusing R Kelly of sexual abuse were motivated by money to lie and were little more than star-struck fans, a lawyer for the R&B star argued during the closing argument of his trial in New York. In his closing argument to the federal court, Kelly's lawyer, Deveraux Cannick, portrayed the singer's accusers as former fans and jilted lovers, hoping to cash in on his fame with book contracts and media appearances - such as in the 2019 documentary Surviving R Kelly.
Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries visits the Worcestershire Medal Service in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, where the Queen's Platinum Jubilee medal is being struck ahead of next year's celebrations. The medal will be awarded to serving frontline staff with five years' service, including police, fire, paramedic and prison staff and armed forces personnel. Exclusive footage of the previously unseen medal and interviews with Nadine Dorries and Worcestershire Medal Service chief executive Phil McDermott.
Dance competition series will return in September
Prince William, who is the President of the Football Association, has joined Chair of the independent Fan Led Review of Football Governance, Tracey Crouch, at Dulwich Hamlet FC to meet with players, club management, and football fans from a range of clubs, to discuss the ongoing review. The Duke of Cambridge was also joined by former footballer, Peter Crouch. .
BP has cut deliveries at 90 per cent of its petrol stations in an attempt to ration the fuel it has in reserve. Shortages have been caused by a lack of HGV drivers, with more leaving the industry each week than joining, experts said. Boris Johnson is considering issuing 5,000 temporary visas to lorry drivers in a bid to ease the crisis.
‘Keir has no choice but to go bold’: Starmer’s conference high-wire act. Great expectations and doubts await leader at Labour conference as he tries to show party is turning a corner
The sixth day of searching in Florida’s Carlton Reserve for Brian Laundrie commenced on Friday morning, September 24, after the FBI issued a warrant for his arrest related to the death of Gabby Petito and asked the public for information.Officials used ATVs and swamp buggies to traverse the difficult terrain. Specialized dive teams were called in to search bodies of water, the Sarasota Sheriff said.The FBI joined the search for Laundrie after authorities found Petito’s body in the Spread Creek Dispersed Camping Area of the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming. Her death was determined to be a homicide, the FBI said in a statement.A federal warrant was issued for Laundrie’s arrest on September 22, the FBI announced, “pursuant to a Federal Grand Jury indictment related to Mr Laundrie’s activities following the death of Gabrielle Petito.”Laundrie has not been seen since September 13, according to reports.Video shared with Storyful by the North Port Police captured scenes from Friday’s search. Via email, the department said, “This is an FBI led criminal investigation and North Port Police are assisting our federal partner in any way we can to bring this investigation to a close.”In the footage, North Port Police Commander Joe Fussell said, “We’re covering this area as well as we can. These guys are working really hard … We’re working as hard as we can to find him now as we were on day one.” Credit: North Port Police via Storyful
Michael King obituary
Large clouds of smoke wafted skyward as California’s Fawn Fire grew to over 5,000 acres (7.8 square miles) in size and was at 5 percent containment, as of Thursday, September 23.According to CALFIRE, at least 25 structures were destroyed and another 2,000 structures remained under threat from the Fawn Fire as of Thursday evening, prompting evacuations of surrounding areas.This footage, taken by an ALERTWildfire camera, shows smoke plumes moving into the sky over Bear Mountain, as flames climb up the mountain and encroach on the camera. Credit: ALERTWildfire via Storyful
The Insulate Britain group has called on authorities to insulate all British homes by 2025 to cut emissions and save power.View on euronews
Octopus Energy is exploring a move to take control of Bulb, its rival challenger brand, amid the crisis in Britain's residential energy market that has triggered a swathe of corporate casualties. Sky News has learnt that Octopus Energy is among the parties which have requested access to a data room set up by Bulb's financial advisers in an attempt to secure new funding during the coming weeks. This weekend, it was unclear whether Octopus Energy's interest would extend to mounting a formal bid to acquire Bulb, which has about 1.7 million customers, or whether it was merely exploiting an opportunity to learn more details of a competitor's financial position.
"It’s a shame because I feel like it’s a great opportunity for good to happen."
'Call the Midwife' is back on screens for another snowy special.
The 2nd Earl of Gowrie, who has died aged 81, was a man of letters, a poet, a Conservative politician and a prominent figure in the world of the arts; he was a Minister for the Arts under Margaret Thatcher, and for four years chairman of the Arts Council of England.
A book of condolence has been opened at a community centre near to where Sabina Nessa lived and was killed.
Climate crisis: do we need millions of machines sucking CO2 from the air?From turning CO2 into rock to capturing the breath of office workers, a growing number of companies think the answer is yes The Canadian firm Carbon Engineering’s pilot plant pellet reactor and associated equipment. Photograph: Carbon Engineering