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The singer said it is ‘financially impossible’ for burgeoning British talent to tour in the European Union.
The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust has appealed a ruling which said it was ‘highly unlikely’ that children could consent to the treatment.
The defining feature of the UK culture wars is to pick a battle no one wants or cares about and turn it into a hot button issue. Will armed police storm the set of First Dates and forcibly replace Fred Siriex with Alexander Armstrong? Only Fools and Horses, Doctor Who, Bake Off, The Bodyguard, Derry Girls, Fleabag, Gogglebox and the Carry On films all make the cut.
The rocket engines that lauched Apollo 11 towards the moon had 5,600 parts each. 3D-printed equivalents have just 40.
France on Friday celebrated four decades of flying across the countryside on ultrafast TGV trains, while getting a glimpse of the next-generation locomotives set to hit the rails in 2024. President Emmanuel Macron was on hand at the Gare de Lyon in Paris, where the first voyage of a Train a Grande Vitesse was inaugurated by president Francois Mitterrand in 1981.In front of a full-scale model of the new TGV M, he hailed a prime example of "French genius" and promised to unlock 6.5 billion euros (
Less than two weeks before a national election many German voters still seem unable to get over the fact that the four-term chancellor is not running. A survey by Allensbach institute https://reut.rs/3z5nOHr for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper showed this week that a record 40% of those planning to vote on Sept. 26 have not yet decided how, with most saying they were just not drawn to any of the contenders. "None of them is convincing," said Janis Schulz, 35, from North Rhine-Westphalia, shrugging at the choice of candidates while smoking a cigarette in front of the Brandenburg Gate during a holiday in Berlin.
Ireland's abandoned 19th century railways have been revitalised as greenways in recent years after falling into disrepair. Here's the inside story on the transformation.View on euronews
‘Having a baby was a big rebirth for me artistically,’ the musician says
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has criticised climate protesters as “dangerous and counterproductive” after they blocked the M25 for the third time in a week. Forty-eight people were arrested on Friday after Insulate Britain eco warriors brought the motorway to a halt. Mr Shapps said on Twitter: “We all agree that climate change must be tackled, but this sort of behaviour achieves nothing, puts drivers at risk and INCREASES pollution.”
A smirking masterwork and Christo’s posthumous triumph – the week in artHals dazzles London, Shonibare devises a Royal revamp and Liverpool gets a lesson in sex and death – all in your weekly dispatch Raising a chuckle … The Laughing Cavalier by Frans Hals. Photograph: © Trustees of the Wallace Collection, London
The Dutch defense minister has resigned, a day after parliament passed a motion of censure against her for her handling of chaotic evacuations from Kabul of translators who worked for Dutch forces in Afghanistan
"I didn't find true love. It found me."
Suddenly it became impossible to pin down anyone to come on my ITV show because none of my potential guests from Government could be sure what their job would be, if any. One creative civil servant insisted photos were attached to the bricks a few years ago so everyone could see how few women there are at the top of Government. In my industry, TV, there was disappointment at the sacking of John Whittingdale from his minister of state job at DCMS.
Castle Bolton in the Yorkshire Dales was where Mary, Queen of the Scots was once held prisoner.
Jay Elton, 31, from Willerby, East Yorkshire, woke up on September 6 to find his car window shattered.After reviewing his doorbell's CCTV footage, he realised that it was caused by a council lawnmower that was cutting the grass in the area that morning.He said it looked like something had got stuck in the gears of the lawnmower and propelled it at his car window, causing it to shatter.Minutes later, he said the video showed the council worker returning with stones from Jay's front garden and placing it around the car as a cover-up.
Troops drafted in to help out Scottish ambulance service. Government calls for military assistance as service faces ‘unprecedented’ pressure
Earlier this month, it emerged the Government is in dispute with several companies over £1.2 billion of sub-standard PPE.
Government advisers are debating whether to recommend extra doses of the Pfizer vaccine, a key step toward the Biden administration's plan to dispense COVID-19 booster hots to most Americans
Naomi Campbell kicked off a week of parties to mark the start of London Fashion Week. The supermodel hosted the official London Fashion Week presented by Clearpay opening party at the Windmill in Soho on Thursday night.