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Representatives for the singer continue to request Jamie Spears sit down and give evidence about his conduct during the years of her conservatorship.
Images of Boris Johnson with a beer in his hand have emerged in Sue Gray's damning report of Downing Street parties during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr Johnson is pictured in attendance at both, while Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Cabinet Secretary Simon Case are spotted at the first - on the prime minister's birthday. In the report, Ms Gray stated that "the senior leadership at the centre, both political and official, must bear responsibility for this culture".
The first GT86 has gone down as one of the all-time greats. Jack Evans has been to find out if the GR86 replacement is just as good.
No injuries have yet been reported
The price of shares in Brazil's state oil giant Petrobras fell Tuesday in reaction to President Jair Bolsonaro firing its boss after only 40 days on the job.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were all smiles despite the rainy weather as they joined the Earl and Countess of Wessex and Princess Beatrice at a Buckingham Palace garden party today. Kate stood under an umbrella and wore a mint green dress as she chatted with guests in the palace grounds.
French daredevil tightrope walker Nathan Paulin claim a new world record after completing a 2,200-metre-long (nearly 1.4-mile) trip to Mont Saint-Michel.
The investigation analysed events which took place between May 20 2020 and April 16 2021 in Whitehall.
The controversial cars are under attack.
The ‘Wow!’ signal was a 72 second-long signal sent in 1977 that some believe is evidence of alien life
Pensioners will receive £850 to help cover their energy bills, Rishi Sunak has announced in a new £15 billion cost-of-living-rescue package partly funded by a windfall tax on oil and gas giants.
‘Very rarely will you see Jada and I even touch’
Details of drunkenness, fighting and late night parties at the heart of government have been laid bare in a damning report by Sue Gray - who said "senior leadership" must bear responsibility. The long-awaited report, which also details karaoke, wine spillages, aides being sick and others being rude to security staff and cleaners, reveals behaviour in Downing Street during 2020 and 2021 when COVID-19 restrictions were in place across the country. In one message after a "bring your own booze" party to which 200 people were invited in May 2020, Martin Reynolds, the prime minister's principal private secretary, said: "We seem to have got away with [it]."
DOLLOW, Somalia (Reuters) -Hacked-off thorn branches encircle two mounds of earth heaped over the tiny bodies of Halima Hassan Abdullahi's twin granddaughters. "She is malnourished and her two babies died of hunger," Abdullahi said at the Kaxareey camp which sprang up in January and now houses 13,000 people. With global focus on Ukraine, aid agencies and the United Nations are desperate to attract attention to a calamity they say is shaping up to be comparable to Somalia's 2011 famine.
The cancer campaigner saw the rose which is named after her on display.
Expanding insurance brokerage Kelvin Smith has promoted two long-standing employees to director level in recognition of the part they have played in the company’s growth.
Belarusian pair are first international mercenaries to face war crimes charges since invasion began
Bernie Ecclestone, the former Formula One boss, was arrested in Brazil late on Wednesday after police found a gun in his luggage, according to local authorities.
Offshore Energies UK, which represents the offshore oil and gas industry, said the tax would undermine investor confidence.
The Texas school shooting is one of the deadliest since the Sandy Hook massacre