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An elderly Iraqi goes to cast his ballot
By declaring the Prince of Wales the prince regent, the Queen could retain her title, status and position, but allow her son to conduct the constitutional aspects of the job
Hollywood is facing calls for a complete overhaul of safety protocols for handling guns on film sets after Alec Baldwin accidentally shot dead a cinematographer.
Socialist Mayor Anne Hidalgo, who has made a push for a more bike-friendly Paris central to her bid for the presidency, held a rally in the French city of Lille on Sunday. Hidalgo is looking to burnish her environmental credentials before facing off against Greens candidate Yannick Jadot in next April’s elections. Anne Hidalgo, who runs Paris with support from the Green party, placed a push for more bike-friendly policies at the centre of a platform that got her re-elected by a wide margin in Ju
Stars, including director Rian Johnson, say gunshot effects should always be added in post-production
There is one image from Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's recent inauguration that really stuck in my mind, a mental image that said something significant about him and the perilous future of this country of 110 million. The 45-year old Ethiopian looked comfortable in this setting, every inch the strong and powerful African ruler, and he would later declare his intention to "protect the nation from foreign interference" amid global criticism over the war in the northern region of Tigray. A bundle of youthful and optimistic energy, Mr Ahmed released thousands of political prisoners, lifted restrictions on independent media and asked hundreds of exiled opposition leaders to return home.
British prime minister Boris Johnson’s comments about gay men had to be censored by Dave for being too homophobic.
Employers will be left to decide whether to give their staff time off on ‘National Day of Mourning’
Tory MP: BBC ‘should hire a Brexiteer as its next political editor’. Commons committee chair Julian Knight says Laura Kuenssberg’s replacement should be ‘much more pro-Brexit’ if she steps down
A museum in Oxford is hiring a curator to return human remains as part of its decolonisation pledge, but must first work out where they will be returned to.
The London borough where Emma Raducanu grew up has decided against bestowing its highest honour on the teenage tennis superstar because it does not want to "embarrass her". At a special meeting this week, Bromley council rejected a proposal to award the 18-year-old the Freedom of the Borough following her win at the US Open. Instead Conservative councillors voted to “monitor the ongoing dialogue between council officers, Emma and her family and agree a suitable celebration of her victory”.
Sir Archie Lamb, who has died a few days before his 100th birthday, joined the Foreign Office aged 17 as a filing clerk and retired from it 43 years later as Ambassador to Norway, the first of its clerical staff to reach such a height as the FO began basing promotion on talent rather than privilege.
Adele had hoped for a summer release of her long-awaited fourth album, 30, but the singer’s schedule hit an unlikely roadblock – the global shortage of vinyl. As artists have seen sales of physical albums decline in recent years due to the growth of streaming services like Spotify, collectable and beloved vinyl records have experienced an unlikely resurgence to become a key part of album releases. Vinyl sales soared by 108 per cent in the US in the 12 months, according to the Recording Industry
Thousands of supporters of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-wing government have marched in Budapest on Saturday in a demonstration of unity behind the populist leader’s contentious policies
Robert Durst has been charged with the murder of his first wife, Kathie McCormack Durst, who disappeared in 1982.
The swimmer earned some high marks in his Latin.
TV tonight: Joe Lycett takes on the oil giants with a viral stunt . Funnyman Joe Lycett gets deadly serious about calling out Shell’s greenwashing. Plus: how will things end for Vivien in the tense Ridley Road finale? Here’s what to watch this evening
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The papers largely carry pictures of Alec Baldwin following a fatal incident on a film set.