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The BBC series launched on Saturday with the 15 celebrity contestants paired up with professional partners.
Authorities in the US state of Oklahoma on Monday scheduled the execution of a prisoner for November, despite lingering doubts about the man's guilt as the state's parole board has recommended his sentence be commuted.
Cutting the £20-a-week Universal Credit increase will put young people at risk of repeat homelessness, more than 40 charities have warned. Led by Centrepoint and End Youth Homelessness, the letter says the increase has been a "lifeline" after it was temporarily introduced to help claimants during the coronavirus pandemic. Removing the increase will be a challenge for all claimants and will leave young people facing "impossible choices" between paying bills and buying food and being at risk of repeat homelessness, the letter says.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, in New York for UN meetings, called Monday for Europeans to “think hard” about alliances after Paris was outraged by the loss of a mega submarine contract with Australia. “The first issue is the break of trust between allies,” he said on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, calling for “Europeans to think hard.”Le Drian has accused the United States of betrayal and Australia of back-stabbing, and has no separate meeting scheduled with
The London cab company said it is investing £160 million to shift its 4,000-strong fleet to electric.
Charity CoppaFeel! is launching the Know Yourself campaign.
A target of giving 100 billion dollars (£73 billion) a year to support developing nations to cut emissions has been set.
Timmy turns violent as he tries to hide his stalking secret.
UK said security deal involved no ‘sneakiness’ despite French outrage
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released satellite footage on September 20 showing the heat signature from a volcano on La Palma, one of Spain’s Canary Islands, following an eruption the previous day.The NOAA said on Monday the GOESEast satellite captured the “heat signature (reddish dot)” from La Palma’s Cumbre Vieja volcano.The eruption at the Cumbre Vieja volcano was reported around 3:30 pm local time on Sunday, September 19, and sent smoke and lava spewing out of several fissures.About 5,500 residents in the town of Tazacorte were evacuated as of Monday afternoon, according to local authorities, while police expected between 5,000 and 10,000 people to be evacuated from areas near the volcano. Credit: NOAA Satellites via Storyful
MoD data breach ‘put lives at risk’ for more than 250 Afghan interpreters. Email to people who worked for British forces and seek relocation to UK mistakenly made addresses visible to all recipients
New diagnostic tool for dementia could improve early detection.
Arkansas man stands to win at least $10,000 in damages if civil suit is successful
The actress said it is a ‘privilege’ to play a role showing female strength.
Boris Johnson to meet President Biden in Washington - from 9:45pm Food shortages ‘by end of week’ as CO2 crisis grows Energy companies to be propped up by government - live updates PM: I’d rather wait for a ‘great’ UK-US trade deal Inside Britain's energy crisis – and how to fix it Sherelle Jacobs: Culture war dooms Britain to woke domination France warns submarine row puts Brexit talks at risk
Authorities say they have arrested a pilot in connection with brutal attacks on women in Southern California where he allegedly choked them into unconsciousness and assaulted them in the bushes off a running trail
A new survey of over 2,000 adults has found that 75% want to be regularly blood tested for cancer.
Some brought flowers and teddy bears.
Stephen Anthony Clarke Gostling, 56, was sentenced at Inner London Crown Court for nine offences.
The Biden administration says the U.S. will take in 125,000 refugees and their families next year, fulfilling an earlier pledge to raise a cap that had been at a historic low under his predecessor