AAL earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
The chart-topping singer and her footballer boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are expecting their first child.
‘I was terrified I was about to go to jail over a pair of shorts’
The man managed to crawl back to the ground holding on to beams
Chinese state media calls reports in Australia ‘embarrassing’ and a ‘smear’ tactic
Boris Johnson told the public: 'Your efforts have so visibly paid off.'
Former Labour Party spokesman is co-hosting the series throughout Mental Health Awareness Week
Drag Race UK season three with feature none other than Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock as a guest judge.
Meghan Markle has made her first TV appearance since her tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in March. The Duchess of Sussex delivered a passionate pre-recorded speech that aired on Saturday night during Global Citizen’s ‘VAX LIVE: The Concert to Reunite the World.” Meghan opened up about vaccine and gender equity, plus how women, especially of colour have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19. She also chatted about the upcoming arrival of her and Prince Harry’s second child, a daughter due this summer. The Duchess co-chaired the event alongside her husband Prince Harry, who attended in person. The Duke of Sussex thanked front line workers during his speech.
The actor's character was killed off in a heartbreaking storyline.
‘We heard a crack, and I literally saw all my best friends and my girlfriend fall 15 feet to the rocks,’ a witness says
AstraZeneca Plc has delivered 50 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccine to European Union countries, according to EU's latest supply data, a milestone it was originally due to hit in January. Repeated cuts to supplies, which contributed to delays in the EU's vaccination drive, pushed the European executive commission to sue the Anglo-Swedish drugmaker in late April in a bid to get more doses by mid-year. AstraZeneca had shipped nearly 50 million doses as of May 7, an EU official told Reuters on Monday, citing the latest EU internal figures on vaccine supplies.
Denmark's foreign minister defended democratic values alongside Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday, drawing criticism from China which considers fiercely democratic, self-ruled Taiwan its "sacred" territory. China has never renounced the use of force to ensure eventual unification with Taiwan, an island it views as a breakaway province. Denmark and all but a handful of countries recognise Beijing over Taipei as part of Beijing's "one China" policy.
An activist lawyer found in contempt of court for deliberately leaking a Supreme Court judgment on the expansion of Heathrow Airport has been fined £5,000. Tim Crosland, director of environmental campaigning organisation Plan BEarth, broke the customary embargo on the court’s ruling last December, revealing the outcome in advance of the official hand-down. The Attorney General brought proceedings against Crosland - who remains unrepentant and claims he was “blowing the whistle” - with Lords Lloyd-Jones, Hamblen and Stephens today finding the qualified barrister in criminal contempt of court.
At least 78 priests were ‘massacred’ in one zone of Tigray, according to an official church letter leaked to the Telegraph. The letter, which was addressed to the Synod of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, says that “priests, deacons, choristers, and monks” have been “massacred” over the last five months. Half a dozen survivors confirmed the news to this newspaper and said that both Ethiopian national army soldiers and Eritrean troops went into their holy spaces across southeast Tigray and “shot them down”. Ethiopia has been wracked by a horrific civil war since the Nobel Peace Prize winner Abiy Ahmed sent his national army into the mountainous northern region of Tigray to oust the powerful regional government there on November 4. The news comes several days after a video was smuggled out of the country showing the head of Ethiopia’s Orthodox Church Abune Mathias condemning what he calls a ‘genocide’ being committed on the ethnic Tigrayan people by the Ethiopian state. The conflict has released an almighty humanitarian crisis and neither priests nor religious sites have not been spared.
A small whale has been rescued after becoming stranded along the River Thames in south-west London. Hundreds gathered at Richmond Lock and Weir on Sunday evening after the whale, believed to be a Minke whale - between three to four metres long, became stuck. Videos showed it being hosed down by a man, while a vet performed a check-up at the river's edge, before the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI) arrived at the scene to cheers at around 9pm. A witness said that "quite the crowd" watched as the attempted rescue took place. Jake Manketo, 20, from Richmond, said: "Everyone here is just hoping they get it out. "We couldn't believe our eyes when we first saw the poor fella, not every day something like this happens in Richmond."
New measures are due to be announced on Monday which will take effect from May 17.
The singer features in new BBC documentary Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power.
Keir Starmer demotes Anneliese Dodds with Rachel Reeves taking over as shadow chancellor.
Opponents of Sadiq Khan on Monday vowed to hold his “feet to the fire” after increasing their strength on the London Assembly. The Conservatives, Greens and Lib-Dems each picked up one seat on the 25-member scrutiny body charged with holding the mayor to account. There were no changes in the 14 constituency seats on the last results in 2016, with Labour retaining nine seats – including marginal areas such as Barnet & Camden and Ealing & Hillingdon – and the Tories five, including increasing their slender majority 10-fold in Havering & Redbridge.
Scientists from the University of Glasgow have reported that adults who follow a diet consisting of fruit, vegetables and nuts are likely to have a healthier biomarker profile than those who regularly eat meat, regardless of age, sex, ethnicity, education or weight.