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One journalist is said to have received death threats after Minaj posted her personal details online
The show returned with 15 new celebrity contestants.
Where to find top restaurant wines to drink at home . The pandemic has seen new retailers emerge, on a mission to satisfy your inner sommelier
Tens of thousands of devotees have packed the old palace courtyard in the heart of Nepal’s capital to celebrate the feast of Indra Jatra, marking the return of the festival season in the Himalayan nation after it was scaled down because of the pandemic
Some 24 items have been found to be treasure over the last 10 years in Northern Ireland according to a Freedom of Information Act response.
Want to ‘level up’ the UK? Just give places the power and money they need. The government pits regions against one another in a battle for handouts. Meanwhile, it keeps cutting local authority funding
Save your pennies and get salon-worthy brows at home
Some 7,000 people have gathered in Ukrainian capital for the annual March for Equality in support of the rights of the country’s LGBT community
France derides the new deal as a ‘stab in the back’
Sir Ed Davey promises to ban 'fossil fuel money' from City of London
Max Harwood, star of the film adaptation of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, has explained why it is vital for cis queer people to lift up the trans community.
A top scientist who advises the government says ministers should have improved the COVID testing system for international travel rather than "abandoning it entirely". Professor Stephen Reicher, a member of the Scientific Pandemic Insights Group on Behaviours, which feeds into the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), said the removal of the need for a PCR COVID test will impact on the UK's ability to spot dangerous infections coming into the UK. On Friday, the government announced that from 4 October, the current traffic light system of red, amber and green countries will be scrapped and replaced with one red list only, and from the end of October, people will be able to replace their day-two PCR test with a cheaper lateral flow test.
The city's interim mayor, Hamdullah Namony, said only those whose roles could not be filled by men would be allowed back to work.View on euronews
Personal finance guru Alan Steel, 74, died on Wednesday after battling the virus for a month. Mr Steel was also against masks and lockdowns. Mr Steel was best known in his industry for being the first to expose the problems at Equitable Life - where the insurer’s policyholders lost billions of pounds in savings.
Philippine boxing icon and senator Manny Pacquiao says he will run for president in the 2022 elections
The Cop26 president said he is ‘very, very hopeful’ Beijing will send a negotiating team to the international summit in Glasgow.
Leeds piano competition finals review – Alim Beisambayev a worthy winnerLeeds Town HallThe 23-year-old Kazakh’s personality shone through in his dashing and extrovert Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Rachmaninov The five all-male finalists … Kaito Kobayashi, Ariel Lanyi, Dmytro Choni, Alim Beisembayev and Thomas Kelly. Photograph: Andrew Benge/Getty Images
The interim mayor of Afghanistan’s capital says female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home unless their jobs cannot be filled by men
The actress is an ambassador for the Alzheimer’s Society.
‘In extreme situations, it’s reasonable to take extreme actions’, says Green MP