US First Lady Melania Trump offers her condolences to Americans who were impacted by the coronavirus, on the second night of the Republican National Convention.
After what seemed to be an endless heatwave earlier this month, the UK has been battered by thunderstorms - but not everyone has been disheartened by the miserable weather.Amanda Holden has seemingly enjoyed the wind and the rain, throwing herself (quite literally) into the eye of the storm and dancing in her back garden.
Zoopla’s latest monthly House Price Index has revealed that annual house price growth has sustained at 2.5%.
If you fancy yourself an expert on Britain’s bridges, large and small, try your luck with our 15 multiple choice questions on the bridges of Britain!
Femi Oluwole clashed with This Morning host Eamonn Holmes and Nigel Farage who labelled the political activist an "extremist" for his views on the Rule Britannia song.Reports that Rule Britannia could be axed from the Last Night of the Proms sparked a fierce row after The Sunday Times suggested there were concerns surrounding the songs' perceived association with colonialism and slavery.
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Nicola Sturgeon's economic case for separation has received a "hammer blow" after her chief economist published figures showing Scotland's "dividend" from being part of the UK has surged to almost £2,000 per person. The General Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (Gers) figures for 2019/20 showed each Scot received £1,633 more than the UK average in public spending thanks to the Barnett Formula. This is the equivalent of 9.2 per cent of UK total spending. But tax revenue north of the Border was £308 less than the UK average, including a geographic share of North Sea oil, accounting for only 8 per cent of the UK total. The Scottish Tories said that together this meant the "Union dividend" per person has increased to £1,941, up from £1,805 the previous year, and separation would require spending cuts equivalent to the entire NHS budget. Scotland's notional deficit - the difference between spending and tax revenue - surged by £2 billion to £15.1 billion last year. This was the equivalent of 8.6 per cent of GDP - more than treble the UK figure of 2.5 per cent and nearly three times the 3 per cent required for EU membership.
Vanessa Kirby has revealed she was terrified about attempting stunt work for the first time in the Mission: Impossible franchise, but said she learnt from “master of his craft” Tom Cruise.The actress is set to reprise her role as the “White Widow” in Mission: Impossible 7, due out next year.
The fate of local lockdowns in England is due to be discussed today as the Government confirmed it will compensate those who have to self isolate with payments of up to £182.The next announcement on restrictions in parts of Greater Manchester, east Lancashire and west Yorkshire is due to take place after a meeting on Thursday of the Joint Biosecurity Centre (JBC), chaired by Health Secretary Matt Hancock and England’s chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty.
Want to know a little beauty secret? Banana powder is the key to flawless skin. The yellow-hued setting powder has been a makeup artist favorite for years - it's universally flattering and works for all skin tones. After applying foundation and concealer, you use banana powder to lock your look in place for a perfect base that lasts for hours. It also acts as a color corrector for redness. So which banana powder should you buy? We curated a selection of our favorite options for you to consider, no matter what your budget is. Shop through these highly rated formulas, and give the tried-and-true product a chance for yourself. Related: 15 New Makeup Palettes That'll Sell Out Faster Than the Leaves Change For Fall
A new image released by Nasa shows what a potentially habitable planet orbiting the closest star to Earth might look like.Proxima b was discovered in 2016 and its temperature is mild enough for liquid water to exist on its surface, Nasa said.
The Irish model said thinking about her three year marriage to the Westlife singer 'makes me a little bit sick in my mouth.'
Indian officials rescued an elephant that had fallen into a roadside ditch in Bore Forest, Hanur. Locals immediately alerted forest officials after finding that a tusker had fallen into a ditch. Forest officials with the help of fire and emergency services managed to remove the elephant from the ditch with the help of an excavator. The elephant was later released into the forest. This footage was filmed on August 26.
While Boris Johnson, his fiancée Carrie Symonds and baby Wilfred were settling in for a bracing break on the west coast of Scotland, some 200 miles to the south east, Johnson’s nemesis was busily accumulating yet another dollop of political credibility, and hastening the end of the United Kingdom and of Johnson’s premiership. Briskly efficient, with fluency in bureaucratese and a taste for precision, Nicola Sturgeon’s daily Edinburgh coronavirus press conferences are, like ‘em or not, a masterclass of political presentation.No doubt her first concern has always been the health of the people of Scotland; but if, just a fanciful thought here, you understand, she might have also wanted to demonstrate that a Scottish government – and an independent one at that led by her – would be perfectly capable of dealing with a pandemic and anything else thrown at it, she has succeeded handsomely.
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Neil Coyle takes aim at "fat old racists" after Jacob Rees-Mogg says UK should not be “enslaved by political correctness”.
Cozy sweaters, falling leaves, pumpkin spice everything, and cool weather are just some of the best parts of the fall season, as are the vampy lipstick shades and moody nail-polish colors. No matter what new beauty trends come into play each year, those two things will always be a constant. If you have a go-to nail-polish shade for the season, returning to it every year feels like a warm hug. That's why many of our editors like to stick with what they know - be it a neutral beige or crisp red. But every once in a while, a new collection or color drops for the season that piques our interest and makes it way into our regular rotation, which is exactly what happened to so many of us this year. Whether it's a color they discovered years ago and can't imagine abandoning or a newly discovered shade that's calling their name, our editors shared their favorite fall nail-polish colors, ahead.
Ever notice how unwelcome guests like split ends and damage tend to pop up after you color your hair? If it's been lightened significantly, and as time passes between salon visits, you could also notice that dullness has joined the party. (Seriously, can we just thrive with our pretty color for a moment, please?!) It doesn't matter whether you've gotten a single process, highlights, or something in between, special care must be taken to ensure your hair stays healthy, strong, and protected, especially when other stressors (like heat styling or humidity) come into play, too. Now there are plenty of one-off hair products that help color-treated styles, but it's pretty much impossible to pick poorly when choosing the brand Pureology . This newcomer to Sephora (but hairstylist favorite) features its own anti-fading complex with hydrating sunflower seed oil, vitamin E, and a bonus UV filter in all products from shampoos and conditioners that boost volume and moisture to serums and sprays that help dry, frizz-prone hair. We rounded up our favorite Pureology hair products to keep colors vibrant (and unwelcome damage locked out), so check them out ahead.