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Strictly star Adam Peaty’s girlfriend has spoken out after his “near-kiss” with dance partner Katya Jones at the end of their tumultuous tango. Viewers were left gob-smacked wondering whether the Strictly curse had struck again after the intimate clinch between the Olympic gold medal swimmer, 26, and the professional dancer, 32, on the BBC flagship show a fortnight ago. Mr Peaty’s girlfriend Eiri Munro, 23, thanked her supporters after she took a break from social media following the steamy embrace.
‘It’s a closure’: the artist making an endless, erasing Covid-19 memorial. Mexico-born artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer invites people to contribute pictures of loved ones who died during the pandemic for an unusual installation
Police said they made a third arrest on Thursday.
A UN body has urged Britain to pay “economic compensation” to Kenyan tribes that were forced off their land during the colonial period to make way for tea plantations, where plants were grown for PG Tips.
Party leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has threatened to pull down the devolved institutions at Stormont if major changes to the protocol are not secured.
Institute for Fiscal Studies says approach will not help "levelling up" agenda.
The self-proclaimed cannibal killer David Harker has become one of the first prisoners to be rejected for parole under Helen's Law. Harker is serving a life sentence after admitting manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility after Ms Paterson went missing from her home in Darlington, County Durham, in 1998. It emerged Harker had told friends and psychiatrists that he had fried part of her thigh and eaten it with pasta and cheese.
“Gender critical” activist Marion Millar, who was accused of posting material on social media of a “homophobic and transphobic nature”, has had the charges against her discontinued.
The actor said his father-in-law was a 'wonderful' man.
“We will not be murdering people” reads a disclaimer on Boxpark’s website
Series three of the award-winning drama began airing earlier this month.
A mammoth cut to Britain's plans to issue government debt was structured to minimise market disruption as far as possible and maintain a steady supply of bonds to investors, the head of the country's debt agency told Reuters on Wednesday. Gilt prices shot higher after the Debt Management Office (DMO) said it planned to issue 194.8 billion pounds ($267.5 billion) of bonds in the current 2021/22 financial year, 57.8 billion pounds less than its previous remit. Both 10-year and 30-year British government bonds recorded their biggest one-day price rises since March 2020, when prices surged after the Bank of England restarted its quantitative easing programme during Britain's plunge into a COVID-19 lockdown.
The Met Office has issued weather warnings over more heavy downpours.
A fishing vessel has been detained by French authorities as part of an on-going row over post-Brexit fishing rights.
A medical panel of US government advisers endorsed the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in five-to-11-year-olds on Tuesday, paving the way for younger children to get their shots within weeks.
Budget 2021: key points at a glance. Rishi Sunak has delivered his budget – here are the main points, with political analysis
Starbucks is raising its U.S. employees’ pay and making other changes to improve working conditions in its stores
‘I would vaccinate them in a second’, Dr Fauci says of younger children