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Comedian is competing on the 2021 series of the BBC competition
Prince Charles has revealed details of his last conversation with his father Prince Philip. The Prince of Wales said he spoke to Philip the day before his death about arrangements for his 100th birthday. Speaking to the BBC, Charles said he called his father and told him: “We’re talking about your birthday.”
Bouteflika suffered a stroke in 2013 that badly weakened him.View on euronews
Half-term holiday bookings jump 200% after England travel rules changeThomas Cook says it expects a busy weekend for bookings as people take advantage of simplified travel rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Heathrow airport. The government has scrapped the traffic light system and replaced it with a pared-down ‘red’ list of countries with quarantine restrictions for arrivals. Photograph: Barry Lewis/Alamy
Professor Adam Finn said people should not become too ‘agonised’ about it because the risks on either side are ‘not that high’.
Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers have set up a ministry for the “propagation of virtue and the prevention of vice” in the building that once housed the Women’s Affairs Ministry
Researchers looked at whether the medication could delay tumour regrowth among patients with an aggressive sub-type of inoperable bowel cancer.
During former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika's 20 years in office, the relationship between Algeria and its former colonial master France saw several ups and downs. While French presidents since Nicolas Sarkozy have taken steps in recognising France’s harmful actions, Algeria has yet to receive an official apology from the Élysée Palace. Former Algerian president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who died at age 84 Friday, never shied away from reminding France of its colonial past over the course
The Ukrainian has moved up from cruiserweight in recent years after becoming an undisputed champion
Pope Francis is urging European bishops to listen to survivors of clergy sexual abuse and consider them partners in reforming the Catholic Church
He previously said he felt ‘abandoned and unsupported’ following near-death experience
ABTA spokesperson Sean Tipton says the travel association welcomes the Department for Transport’s decision to relax international travel rules.
Carbon dioxide, which is in short supply, is used in many industries
Starmer ‘must win over soft Tory voters for election success’. Study says it is vital for party to prioritise Conservative supporters open to voting Labour
Swimmer is competing on the 2021 series of the BBC competition
Maritime searchers have retrieved a life jacket they believe came from the stricken boat but there is no signs of survivors
France abolished the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, the culmination of 200 years of activism. Recently elected socialist president François Mitterrand backed the move, but it was unpopular, and about 50 percent of the French public want to re-instate the sentence. When the French National Assembly voted to abolish the death penalty 40 years ago Saturday, more than 60 percent of the population still backed capital punishment. But then president François Mitterrand stood by his campaign prom
‘The cover is like a piece of art in itself’: 32 years of Guardian Weekend magazineSince its creation in late 1988, the Guardian’s Saturday supplement has been lauded for front covers and features that have caught the eye and sparked joy or sometimes controversy. As its final edition is published, some of the team who worked on it explain how they brought the magazine to life Clockwise from top left: Sebastião Salgado in Antarctica, 2005; Michaela Coel and gal-dem, 2018; Gordon Brown and a great
The move is likely to anger schools, parents and unions who called for his resignation.
Pele has revealed he is very well despite “a little step back” this week in his recovery after surgery to remove a tumour from his colon earlier this month. The three-time World Cup winner was expected to return home shortly after he left intensive care at the Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo on Tuesday. However, reports in Brazil on Friday stated the 80-year-old was back in the ICU but his daughter later that night sought to reassure the football community over his health before the Santos great also provided a social-media update.