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The Tex-Mex restaurant chain possesses strong competitive advantages that the Oracle of Omaha would appreciate.
The Princess Royal competed in the 1976 Montreal Olympics.
Holidaymakers celebrated as the new rules for travelling were unveiled in the latest review. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps delighted travellers with his announcement on Twitter on Friday. The announcement included details about the Amber list being written off, eight countries being removed from the Red list and there has been a change to the ways travellers will test for Covid.
The 'Confetti' singer had a hilarious comeback to Gallagher's inference that Little Mix didn't deserve their Brit Award.
The shelf-lives of a number of the leading Covid-19 vaccines could be extended in the near future, amid warnings that millions of doses could expire before they can be used around the world.
Londoners are being encouraged to reduce their reliance on ‘Buy Now, Pay Later’ (BNPL) schemes because they “can ruin people’s personal finances for years”. Financial coaching app, Claro, has launched a billboard campaign around London to warn consumers about the dangers of BNPL which allows users to spread out payments for items, or postpone their bill to a later date. Once a niche form of credit, BNPL has surged dramatically in popularity on the back of the pandemic, especially among millennials and younger shoppers.
Easily accessible from Great Britain, Ireland is a popular holiday destination with Brits. From which documents you’ll need on arrival and what to expect when you’re in Ireland, to travel insurance for your trip, here’s what you need to know. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, there are currently entry rules in place for passengers arriving into Ireland from non-EU/EEA countries.
Netflix says it has bought the works of Roald Dahl, the late British author of celebrated children’s books such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”
Early research shows tiny antibodies can offset both original Covid variants as well as Alpha and Beta variants too
A Conservative councillor has been suspended after he asked all women to stand up at an awards ceremony so he could look at them.
LONDON (Reuters) -Supporters will be allowed to stand in selected English Premier League and Championship grounds from next year as part of a pilot programme, UK's Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) said on Wednesday. Safe standing is set to be trialled from Jan. 1 after the UK government instructed the SGSA to take the first steps in creating licensed standing areas at grounds. The introduction of designated standing areas would mean an end to the "all-seater stadium" law in the top two divisions brought in 25 years ago as a consequence of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng arrives in Westminster, to attend the Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee to discuss the energy crisis.
Gordon Brown: universal credit cut ‘vindictive and indefensible’Ex-PM writes in Guardian that with prices of basics set to ‘rocket’, £20 a week cut is illogical and callousBrown: ‘£20 cut is most morally indefensible thing I’ve seen in politics’ Gordon Brown writes that he has ‘never seen a government act so callously’. Photograph: Russell Cheyne/Reuters
“That’s hot,” her husband Joel Madden commented, in reference to Paris Hilton's famous catchphrase.
The Ukrainian president said an assassination attempt on one of his senior aides was an attempt to intimidate him amid a row with powerful oligarchs, and promised a robust response.
The World Health Organization says the number of new COVID-19 cases continued to fall last week, with 3.6 million new cases reported globally, down from 4 million new infections the previous week
More walking was done for leisure and less to get to school or work.
First up we learn another Conservative donor has been appointed to a high-profile London institution. Later today Garden Museum director Christopher Woodward tells us about the unfortunate encounter he had with a swan while trying to raise funds for his institution and Theresa May tells us about how she discovered her former colleague’s cheeky Nando’s habit. In SW1A David Davis tells us working in virtual Parliament was like holding having a parish council work in a barn.
Peter Sutcliffe was serving a life sentence at HMP Frankland for the murders of 13 women in the 1970s.
They argued their act was "to protect the population from the harmful effects" of 5G, according to Villefranche prosecutor Laëtitia Francart.View on euronews
Less than half of authorised push payment fraud losses were returned to victims in the first half of this year.