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Most of the UK is predicted to see a decline in cases by Christmas although some areas will still see very high numbers.
The 'EastEnders' star had a cunning plan when it came to cleaning.
Sarah Harding has revealed she is writing an autobiography after being diagnosed with breast cancer. The Girls Aloud star shared a statement on Twitter and Instagram on Thursday, posting on social media for the first time since announcing the shock news of her diagnosis in August. Harding has been receiving treatment for advanced-stage cancer, which spread to other parts of her body, and spoke out publicly in the summer after she was spotted in hospital.
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The Masked Singer is just weeks away from returning for a second season on Boxing Day.Ahead of its long-anticipated return to ITV, the new disguises for the 12 stars competing in the competition have been unveiled.For its debut series, the programme saw the inclusion of costumes like Monster, Hedgehog and Duck.This time, the celebrities will be concealing their identities through disguises Alien, Robin, Badger, Swan, Dragon, Sausage, Blob, Harlequin, Bush Baby, Grandfather Clock and Seahorse.Read more: BBC One Christmas Day schedule unveiledIt’s up to the judges to deduce who’s behind the masks across eight episodes.The 12 competitors’ singing voices could expose their identity, or indeed a series of cryptic clues about their lives and careers.The panel will see judges Rita Ora, Jonathan Ross and Davina McCall return as star sleuths while comedian Mo Gilligan is taking over from US judge Ken Jeong, who was unable to film due to travel restrictions.The first series was won by Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts, who was disguised as Queen Bee, and proved to be a ratings smash for the broadcaster.
Warnings of snow and ice are in place for parts of the country as the Met Office warned that the UK is in for a cold snap.
Chambers died in 2018 at the age of 53.
Police say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
People over 80 and care home staff will be the first to be given the COVID vaccine.
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Chalmers was injured in a bomb blast in Afghanistan in 2011.
"I'm finally comfortable enough to say I like women, I'm gay."
The actor said the show went 'above and beyond' his expectations.
Government to enrage Brussels by overwriting Brexit withdrawal agreement
Flash floods hit southern Thailand and affect half a million people, officials say as the region braces for even more rain.
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(Reuters) -A judge ruled on Thursday there was probable cause that U.S. teenager Kyle Rittenhouse committed felonies in fatally shooting two protesters and wounding a third during protests in Wisconsin over the summer, clearing one of the final hurdles before trial. The shootings occurred in August in Kenosha, Wisconsin amid civil unrest sparked by the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man. Rittenhouse's lawyers have said he was helping protect property and that he acted in self defense.