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‘I’ll play for free this year to live life how I’ve lived it from day one,’ Cole Beasley says
Taiwan said seven employees of its trade office in Hong Kong left the financial hub on Sunday after authorities there demanded they sign a pledge recognising China's sovereignty over the self-ruled island.
The UK could open up "sooner rather than later" thanks to the huge numbers of people being vaccinated - and the country is not experiencing a third wave of infections, a vaccine expert has told Sky News. Brendan Wren, professor of vaccinology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said that having more than 81% of the adult population with a first coronavirus jab, and 59% with both doses is "very encouraging". Asked whether the success of the vaccine programme means England will not need to wait until 19 July to fully open up, he said: We'd still need to be vigilant - but vigilance and vaccination are the two words.
Police have apologised to a gay couple who were subjected to a horrifying two-year campaign of harassment from a homophobic neighbour from hell.
The message marks the first Father’s Day since the Duke of Edinburgh died aged 99 on 9 April this year.
Bodies of a man and woman have been found within hours of each other in fields near a village in Derbyshire. The woman, aged 23, was found in a field near Staveley Road, Duckmanton, at around 8.40am on Friday. Derbyshire Constabulary said detectives are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
MP Chris Hazzard has said Sinn Fein will have ‘no demands’ other than a commitment to agreements already made.
A bear charged at a biker on a trail in Kamloops, British Columbia, on June 7, nearly causing a collision.Philippe Schlesser’s GoPro captured a bear running alongside the bike trail. Moments later, a bear runs towards Schlesser, almost colliding with his bike.Schlesser told Storyful that he made clicking sounds with his mouth to “deter any wildlife like deer, bears”.“Looking at the footage later on, I noticed that the bear was running in parallel with my direction. I got scared, the bear got scared, and we both went our ways,” Schlesser said. Credit: Philippe Schlesser via Storyful
Eleven police officers were injured in western France on Saturday as they broke up a 1,500-strong illegal rave with one party-goer losing a hand in the clashes. Police fired teargas to disperse the crowd, who defied an 11:00 pm coronavirus curfew on Friday and stayed on well into Saturday afternoon in the area around a racecourse near Redon in Brittany."There were very violent clashes when 400 police intervened," said police prefect Emmanuel Berthier, adding the violence lasted more than seven h
Children and elderly people will be vulnerable to endemic viruses at the end of the year, it has been said.
The pandemic has made life a "nightmare" for some couples living in different countries - and they now want governments to do more to help them reunite. Catriona, from Scotland, and Hugo, from France, met while working together in Finland in 2019. Catriona says she feels incredibly lucky that after five months they could finally meet in person.
The world's best dad joke can be revealed after thousands of "funny" fathers battled it out in a competition that was no laughing matter. More than 2,700 gag-loving dads submitted their very best - or worst - jokes in celebration of Father's Day. #BestDadJokes was trending on Twitter as fathers battled it out to win the Aldi Mamia Best Dad Joke competition.
Former Conservative MP and Commons Speaker John Bercow says he has switched allegiances to join the Labour Party. Mr Bercow said he regards the Tories under Boris Johnson as "reactionary, populist, nationalistic and sometimes even xenophobic". Mr Bercow said he had joined Labour in recent weeks.
Stadiums and football grounds across London have been transformed into vaccination centres in a push to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus. Sky correspondent Laura Bundock was at what was the Olympic Stadium in east London, the home of West Ham United, where she said 15,000 vaccinations were available. Dr Jagan John, chairman of North East London CCG, described the turnout as "fantastic", adding that 10,000 vaccinations had already been booked at the stadium for the day.
We’re expecting huge savings across big-name brands such as Shark, Dyson, Nespresso and Philips
The night of 9 September, 1982 started off like any other evening for Declan Flynn.
Benali Hamdache, Green Party spokesperson for migration and refugee support, looks at the issues facing LGBT+ refugees on World Refugee Day.
The former Commons speaker and ex-Tory MP has joined the Labour Party and launched a scathing attack against Boris Johnson.
The Hollywood star appears on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.
When Brontez Purnell sat down to write 100 Boyfriends, he knew he wasn’t going to have to try hard.