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Duncan Scott has won more medals at a single Olympics than any other athlete in Team GB history.
Chinese-Canadian pop star Kris Wu has been detained on suspicion of rape, police in Beijing have said, after being accused of luring young women into sexual relationships. In a statement released on Saturday, Beijing police said Wu had been "criminally detained" on suspicion of rape "in response to relevant information reported on the internet" including that he "repeatedly lured young women to have sexual relations".
‘Disturbing attack on ability to think freely,’ says broadcaster
Are northern English accents dying out? Are they eck as like. Academics predict that northern dialects will soon fade away. That’s nobbut a load of soft southern blether
A court ruled Craig Murray’s blog posts could have identified the accusers of Alex Salmond.
Daley won gold in the synchronised 10 metres platform earlier in the week.
Matt Hancock and Gina Coladangelo are together but living apart, it has been claimed. CCTV images of Mr Hancock and Ms Coladangelo kissing were published by The Sun on June 25. The former Health Secretary was seen packing up boxes into his car outside his former marital home, in London on Thursday.
The pandemic property boom is pricing locals out of the British countrysideRural areas suffer from an undersupply of affordable housing. Cracking down on second homes is one part of the solution ‘Demand is pushing up the average cost of housing in rural areas beyond what locals are able to pay, and amplifying a pre-existing housing crisis.’ Photograph: Photofusion/Rex
The singer has been open about her mental health struggles including severe anxiety.
China reported 75 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday as cities began introducing strict curbs to halt an increasingly severe outbreak of the Delta variant of the coronavirus. The number of new cases in mainland China, reported as of July 31, was up from 55 reported a day earlier. The new cases included 53 domestically transmitted cases across eight provinces, bringing the total number of domestic cases in the past 10 days to 284 across 14 provinces and municipalities.
CT Pan eventually claimed bronze for Chinese Taipei in a remarkable seven-man playoff
Waiting in line to receive a COVID-19 jab from the Tunisian army, Zubeir Bin Ammar was in little doubt that the military and President Kais Saied were succeeding where the government he removed from power had failed. "He followed the people on the streets, not political parties," said Bin Ammar, who is married with children and lives in Jendouba, 150 km (93 miles) west of the capital Tunis. Failures in dealing with spiralling COVID-19 cases in Tunisia stoked anger at the government in the weeks leading up to Saied's decisions to sack Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi and suspend parliament, with support from the army.
Two rare Sumatran tigers at the zoo in the Indonesian capital are recovering after being infected with COVID-19
Thousands of middle-class Lebanese families have moved overseas since the August 4, 2020, blast that rocked the city of Beirut. Some of those leaving town, particularly those who grew up during the 1975-1990 civil war, want a better quality of life and security for their children. But not everyone has the luxury of leaving. When Fouad Assaf, 51, first felt the tremors of the explosion that rocked the capital last August 4, he rushed to the Red Cross in the hard-hit district of Gemmayze where he
Starting on Sunday, cruise liners and ships over 25,000 tons or longer than 180 meters will be banned from the shallow Giudecca Canal in Venice. Many residents have long been frustrated with the presence of what they consider “eye-sores” in the world-famous lagoon. But will the ban resist considerable economic pressure? Only small passenger ferries and freight vessels will be permitted to enter the lagoon city’s historic centre as of 1 August according to the new rule.The Italian government pass
Today saw the end of an era, as cooling towers were demolished at one of Yorkshires remaining power stations. The 4 cooling towers located at Eggborough Power Station in North Yorkshire were brought down by controlled explosives this morning (Sunday 1st August) The video was filmed from 1 mile away which is why the towers fall before you hear the explosion. The power station which closed back in September 2018 was capable of producing 1960 megawatts of electricity, enough to power 2 million homes equivalent to a city the size of Leeds or Sheffield. The plant began producing power in 1967 using nearby coal reserves, but plans are now underway to replace the power station with a modern gas powered station capable of producing 2500 megawatts
No British finalist into the final after sisters exit in semis
The UK Government has repeatedly rejected requests from the Scottish Government for the powers to hold another vote.
Political journals ring the changes in a battle of ideas – and a fight for readers. Former Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger’s arrival at Prospect is part of a trend that is raising the stakes of debate in Britain
Sadiq Khan has made a fresh bid for Londoners to get their coronavirus vaccine on Sunday. The Mayor of London, 50, hailed the jab as the “best weapon” against Covid-19 in a tweet to his 1.1million followers. Now is not the time to put the brakes on - walk in or book your jab today.