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The singer surprise-released the new single last week after the original version had gone viral on TikTok
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Manufacturers reported order books at their strongest level since 1977 but output growth dropped for the second month in a row.
Aukus: French minister bemoans lack of trust in British alliance. Clément Beaune says Brexit fallout and secret defence pact have undermined Franco-British relations
European allies rallied cautiously around France on Tuesday after the US and Australian decision to strip Paris of a submarine supply contract, but some warned the dispute should not torpedo trade talks.
The actor is retiring his licence to kill after the release of the highly anticipated No Time To Die.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a rainforest quip as he met Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, in a sideline event to the United Nations General Assembly.
The boyband reunited on stage for the first time since 2014 for a special show in aid of Stand Up To Cancer and the National Brain Appeal, following Tom Parker's cancer diagnosis.
Britain on Tuesday apologised for a data breach revealing details of people in Afghanistan seeking relocation to Britain after the Taliban retook control of the country when foreign troops withdrew earlier this year. Britain, the United States and other NATO members scrambled to evacuate their own nationals and others who had worked for them after the Taliban wrongfooted the West and seized control of Kabul much sooner than expected. Wallace said an email from Britain's Afghan Relocations Assistance Policy - the scheme used to help interpreters and others who had worked for Britain - had compromised more than 250 recipients by copying, rather than blind-copying their email addresses.
‘We already have schemes in place to help people out over the winter,’ No 10 insists
The “Best in Show” garden was commissioned by the government of Guangzhou.
Tim Davie said it is ‘a real worry’.
GPs are offering 56% of appointments face-to-face compared with 80% before the pandemic.
‘Revolutionary in a quiet way’: the rise of community gardens in the UKRoyal Horticultural Society sets up first Community Awards as community gardens become more common Lucy Mitchell, a community project worker with the Golden Hill community garden, in Horfield, Bristol. Photograph: Adrian Sherratt/The Guardian
Petrol station worker killed in Germany after face mask row. Concerns raised over radicalisation of anti-lockdown movement as man held over fatal shooting
The actor will take up the part of Mrs Pumphrey this series after Dame Diana passed away.
BERLIN/STRALSUND, Germany (Reuters) -Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) saw their lead over Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives narrow in a poll published on Tuesday, pointing to a tightening race just five days before a federal election. The centre-left SPD, whose candidate for chancellor Olaf Scholz is currently vice chancellor and finance minister in Merkel's grand coalition, remained stable at 25%, according to the Forsa poll for RTL/n-tv television. Support for the conservative CDU/CSU alliance, whose chancellor candidate is Armin Laschet, edged up one percentage point to 22%.
GPs have come under fire in the media for not offering enough face-to-face appointments.
The European Court of Human Rights found on Tuesday that Russia was responsible for the assassination of ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko, who died an agonising death in 2006 after being poisoned in London with a rare radioactive substance. Litvinenko, a defector who had become a vocal critic of the Kremlin, died three weeks after drinking green tea laced with polonium-210 at a plush London hotel.Britain has long blamed the attack on Moscow, and the European court in Strasbourg, France, agree
Police in London appealed on Tuesday to anyone with information about the murder of a Nigerian boy whose torso was found in the River Thames 20 years ago to come forward to help them solve the case, which they believe may have been a ritualistic killing. The boy was aged five or six when his body, which had had the head and limbs severed, was found floating near Tower Bridge. Police believe he was trafficked from Nigeria to Britain, possibly via Germany.