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Following reports that Simon Cowell's new show Walk The Line will be axed, ITV has responded with a statement, neither confirming nor denying the rumours.
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A man’s early winter morning mission to take out the garbage in Bettendorf, Iowa, on January 20, took an unexpected turn when a meteor soared across the sky.This home security footage shows Bill Morrissey wheeling a bin down his driveway at around 6:47 am. The fireball zooms across the sky and disappears behind a house across the street. Morrissey pauses for a moment before returning up the driveway followed closely by his dogs.“It lasted only a few seconds in duration,” he told Storyful. “It was bright and dramatic.”The American Meteor Association received as many as 413 sightings reports on the morning of January 20 from 11 states. Credit: Bill Morrissey via Storyful
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met Muslim lawmaker Nusrat Ghani after she was fired from a ministerial position in 2020 regarding claims of Islamophobia and he later invited her to make a formal complaint, his office said on Sunday. Ghani, 49, who lost her job as a junior transport minister in February 2020, told the Sunday Times that a "whip" - an enforcer of parliamentary discipline - said her "Muslimness" had been raised as an issue in her sacking.
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The World Health Organisation has criticised political leaders for comparing coronavirus to flu again and stressed it is still "full of very nasty surprises" despite restrictions lifting in the UK.
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Some officials and their dependants are being pulled out of Kyiv because of the risk of Russian military action.
National insurance (NI) is set to rise for workers in April as families face a cost of living crisis. The prime minister is understood to be under pressure from his cabinet to delay the tax increase at a time when households are experiencing spiraling energy and food bills and council tax rises.
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Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has said there will be no “specific investigation” into a claim by a Tory MP that she was told she had been fired as a minister due to concerns about her “Muslimness” Nusrat Ghani said she was informed by a Government whip that her faith was “making colleagues uncomfortable” when she lost her job as a transport minister in 2020. The claim was strongly denied by Chief Whip Mark Spencer who said her comments in an interview with The Sunday Times were “defamatory”. Mr Raab said that while Ms Ghani’s allegation was “incredibly serious” there would be no investigation by the Conservative Party unless she submitted a formal complaint, which she has not done.
Ukraine’s ambassador to Berlin compared the comments of a disgraced German admiral dismissing the threat of a Russian invasion to the attitudes of the Nazi era on Saturday.
A Russian invasion of Ukraine could spark record-breaking energy prices.
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