Prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to reveal which tiers each part of England will fall into once the current lockdown ends
The 10-year-old is the third child Travolta had with his late wife Kelly Preston.
In the end, the president who roared like a lion went out with a whimper. Those who have followed him knew it would end this way, writes Washington Bureau Chief John T. Bennett
Hungary's government has hit back at actor George Clooney for describing Prime Minister Viktor Orban as an example of anger and hate in the world who could fuel a dystopian future, calling his remarks "foolish". Speaking about the making of his film Midnight Sky, in which he plays a scientist in a post-apocalyptic world, Clooney told GQ magazine: "We weren't in the middle of a pandemic when it happened, but there were still all these other elements, these elements of how much hate and anger all of us are experiencing in this moment of history, all over the world - go to Bolsonaro in Brazil, or Orban in Hungary." Orban, who has been in power for more than a decade, has built a self-styled illiberal regime, with a centralised state, a loyal business elite and an ever more nationalistic government ideology.
Paul Fitzgerald laughed throughout his sentencing hearing as he was jailed for the murder of Richard Huckle.
Series 4 of the hit Netflix drama stars Emma Corrin as Diana.
Thefts of Land Rover Defenders are increasing. At least four Defenders thefts a week were being reported to NFU Mutual earlier this year. The post Land Rover Defender thefts on the rise AGAIN appeared first on Motoring Research.
'It's hard for them to put this back in the bottle — it’s like they have fully opened Pandora's box’
Russia said on Tuesday one of its warships caught and chased off a U.S. destroyer operating illegally in its territorial waters in the Sea of Japan, but the U.S. Navy denied wrongdoing by its vessel and accused Moscow of making excessive maritime claims. The Admiral Vinogradov, a Russian destroyer, verbally warned USS John S. McCain, a U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer, and threatened to ram it in order to force it to leave the area, prompting it to return to neutral waters, Moscow said.
The wife of McFly's Tom Fletcher said she hoped the singer didn't mind her first kiss wasn't with him.
The arrangements will apply from December 23 to 27 after talks between the UK Government and leaders from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It's rumoured Alison is taking over Ruth and Eamonn's presenting duties.
Just as we've gleaned from the latest American Horror Story: 1984, sometimes the things worth looking forward to are actually a nod to the past. This sentiment rings especially true for the haircut trends you'll see everywhere come 2021, which are going to be decidedly retro, according to the pros. "History tends to repeat itself, as do hairstyles, and this year, we're seeing a lot of textured waves and choppy layers," Brad Mondo, hairstylist and founder of Xmondo Hair, told POPSUGAR. "Most of the haircuts we see will be straight out of the 70s." Besides nostalgia, the common denominator in each of the cuts to come out of lockdown is ease. "Looks that are easy to style are what you will be seeing for the rest of the year and moving onto next year," said hairstylist Michelle Cleveland of Hair Addict Salon. "These are appealing to people right now because most of us are still stuck in our homes and are becoming more relaxed and comfortable with our hairstyles. This is a time for many people to start getting newer haircuts that they would never normally get so they have the time to style it and fall in love with it." This means you can go your own way with a few popular styles of yore, like blunt ends and one-note cuts, Mondo added. "Blunt cuts are going out of style. Having no texture and having all your hair one length is going to be a thing of the past." So in the spirit of all things "onward and upward," we're breaking down the four haircut trends you'll want to step into the future with - because aren't we all about done with the horror show that is 2020?
Comments come less than 24 hours after US General Services Administration recognised Biden win
Rishi Sunak's readiness to raise taxes for the rich could cause problems for LabourKeir Starmer will lose a chunk of revenue raisers – and spending capacity – if the chancellor steals Labour’s manifesto ideas
The aftermath continues.
A Cambridge University tutor has responded to a huge, "ugly" parking permit pole erected right outside his home - by decorating it with a clock and bird feeders. Gordon Chesterman and his wife Dee, both 62, were shocked when they looked out their front window one day last month - and saw the unsightly black pole blocking their view. But rather than complain, Gordon, a senior proctor at Cambridge University's St Edmund's College, decided to take matters into his own hands in act of what he called "social disobedience". This video was shot on the 23rd November 2020.
Advice comes just weeks after ban lifted on cruises from US ports
The UK has recorded another 608 coronavirus deaths overnight – a jump of more than 100 compared to last Tuesday’s figure. Today’s rise in fatalities is the highest reported increase since May 12 , when 614 deaths were recorded. It takes the country’s official Covid-19 death toll to 55,838.
Fox News' Laura Ingraham and Tucker Carlson distance themselves from TrumpRush Limbaugh also distances himself from president’s efforts to overturn his election defeat by Joe Biden