Fearless Forecast Week 2:
Fearless Forecast Week 2:
The Only Way is Essex star Pete Wicks is known for his string of romantic relationships, but is pushing back against this reputation.
NSW Covid update: restrictions to ease in western Sydney and pools to reopen as 13 deaths reported. NSW records 1,038 Covid cases on Sunday as premier Gladys Berejiklian announces ‘equalisation’ of rules across Sydney
The big picture: standing out from the crowd in New Delhi, 1984A lifelong passion for India and its people is evident in Mitch Epstein’s colourful new collection Republic Day parade, New Delhi, 1984. Photograph: Mitch Epstein
Give £200 to every child for catch-up lessons – Lib Dems. Ed Davey reveals £5bn ‘listen to parents’ scheme to spend on extra tuition
Actor wore Saint Laurent sheer crystal dress for 2021 Met Gala
Huguenots, Jews, Bengalis … now developers size up London’s Brick LaneLocals, hipsters and councillors are at odds over glossy plans to revamp the Truman Brewery in London’s East End enclave A banner against the redevelopment of the Truman Brewery hangs over Brick Lane. Photograph: Antonio Olmos/The Observer
My grandmother’s Nazi killer evaded justice. Modern war criminals must not As the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials approaches, Ilse Cohn’s grandson calls for international law to ensure those committing atrocities today face retribution Hermann Goering and Rudolf Hess, both far left, at Nuremberg. Photograph: Bettmann Archive
TV presenter Julia Bradbury reveals she has breast cancer. Broadcaster best known for work on Countryfile urges women to check their breasts
Former Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane has been appointed head of a British government taskforce aimed at tackling regional inequality, the government said on Sunday. Branded "levelling up", tackling economic inequality across the country was one of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's central pledges when he won a 2019 election with his party's largest parliamentary majority since Margaret Thatcher. Haldane will be a permanent secretary in the Cabinet Office, a department at the centre of government which drives the implementation of policy.
England players are seeking assurances https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/england-confident-ashes-tour-amid-travel-negotiations-2021-08-13 their family members would be allowed to join them in Australia, which has closed its borders in an effort to control COVID-19, with limited flights and 14-day mandatory managed isolation for returning citizens. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said last month that it is "very confident" the Ashes, starting in Brisbane on Dec. 8, will go ahead as planned. Broad, 35, who is working on his fitness after he was ruled out of the recent India series following the first test due to a calf injury, said he would be happy to travel to Australia.
Cocaine, the yuppie drug? Not now, say experts – its lure is crossing all classesOnce a potent symbol of 1980s excess, the class A narcotic has become commonplace. So how do we curb its soaring use? Cocaine isn’t just a middle-class drug any more. Photograph: Mate Gazso/Getty
A man who raped two men he met on a dating app has been jailed for 14 years. Aaron Goodey, 23, was found guilty of three counts of rape, two counts of robbery and one count of blackmail. Goodey was arrested in July 2020 after an investigation into two incidents where men were raped by a man they had met on Grindr in the Enfield area of London, Wood Green Crown Court heard on Friday.
‘Persuasion first, violence later’: the Taliban’s new vice and virtue approachIn his first interview with western media, Kandahar’s enforcer promises that things will be different from the brutal 1990s A Taliban policeman slaps a boy for loitering. Force is now supposed to be a last resort, according to Kandahar’s new vice and virtue chief. Photograph: Oliver Weiken/DPA
Universal credit cut will push 800,000 people into poverty, Boris Johnson warnedSenior Tories plot to force government U-turn Iain Duncan Smith and others address Boris Johnson in the House of Commons. Photograph: UK Parliament/Roger Harris/PA
World's first space tourists splashdown after three days orbiting Earth - the first time it's been done without a professional astronaut on boardView on euronews
15 celebrities make launch show line-up
Australia reported 1,607 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as states and territories gradually shift from trying to eliminate outbreaks to living with the virus. Victoria, home to about a quarter of Australia's 25 million people, recorded 507 cases as its premier said a weeks-long lockdown will end once 70% of those 16 and older are fully vaccinated, whether or not there are new cases. Premier Daniel Andrews said the state might reach that vaccination threshold around Oct. 26.
More than 50 officers and FBI agents searched the Carlton Reserve in Florida looking for Brian Laundrie who vanished following the disappearance of his girlfriend. Investigators took some of Mr Laundrie’s clothing from his parents’ home Friday night to provide a scent for the search dogs. “His family says they believe he entered the area earlier this week,” North Port Police tweeted Saturday.
Caked crusaders: how The Great British Bake Off took over the world. It seems everyone wants a slice of Channel 4’s action, whether homemade or imported. But what exactly is the attraction?
MPs and peers said the fall of Afghanistan showed Britain’s national security machinery is ‘inadequate to the task’.