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Even pricey city-centre flats help everyone move up the property ladder. Such developments are aimed at the wealthy, but buyers trigger a chain that lends a hand to those on much lower incomes
The reality personality was handed a 16-week suspended sentence for drink-driving in December.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-cha will this week make the first visit by a Thai leader to Saudi Arabia in more than 30 years following decades of diplomatic tension sparked by a jewel theft from a Saudi palace.
A south London business owner has been fined more than £8,500 after selling a skin lightening cream which could cause severe burns. Adetola Amao, the owner of New Hair London in Woolwich, was fined a total of £8,515.50 by Bexley Magistrates’ Court after she sold the illegal skin lightening cream to an undercover trading standards officer in the midst of lockdown. The sting, which took place on February 18 last year, then led to 105 cosmetic products being seized from the shop a week later.
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Love Actually star Emma Thompson has addressed the full-frontal nude scene in her new movie Good Luck to You, Leo Grande.
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Complaints about GPs have almost tripled in a year, with the “vast majority” of concerns relating to difficulties accessing appointments, the NHS watchdog said.
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain on Saturday accused the Kremlin of seeking to install a pro-Russian leader in Ukraine, and said Russian intelligence officers had been in contact with a number of former Ukrainian politicians as part of plans for an invasion. The British foreign ministry declined to provide evidence to back its accusations, which came at a time of high tensions between Russia and the West over Russia's massing of troops near its border with Ukraine. Moscow has insisted it has no plans to invade.
A group of lab monkeys who escaped from a lorry crash in the US state of Pennsylvania have now been found after an urgent hunt by the authorities. Several of the monkeys had escaped when a lorry carrying a trailer of 100 of them crashed on Friday. The spokeswoman, Kristen Nordlund, said three of the monkeys were dead after being “humanely” euthanised, but did not elaborate on why they were euthanised or how the other monkeys came to be found.
This will be a major boost for travel firms and families planning an overseas trip during the February half-term.
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Police have fired water cannons and tear gas in Brussels to disperse protesters marching against Covid-19 vaccinations and restrictions. The march followed demonstrations in other European capitals on Saturday that also drew thousands of people protesting about vaccine passports and other requirements that European governments have imposed in the hope of ending the coronavirus pandemic.
Former TSB Bank chair Richard Meddings CBE has been appointed as chairman of NHS England.
Opposing protesters faced off outside the Supreme Court building in Washington on January 22, the anniversary of the landmark 1973 Roe v Wade decision.Video filmed by Brendan Gutenschwager shows pro and anti-abortion rights groups engaging in Washington.Saturday was the 49th anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision in which the Supreme Court declared abortion legal in all 50 states. A case currently before the Supreme Court could potentially overturn the landmark decision. Credit: Brendan Gutenschwager via Storyful
British foreign minister Liz Truss could visit Moscow under plans being examined by authorities, a Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman said on Sunday, according to TASS news agency, at a time of high tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine. "Such a query was received from the British side, the possibility of such a visit is being considered," Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian ministry, was quoted as saying by TASS, without giving a possible timeframe for the trip. The comments came after the RIA news agency reported on Saturday that Truss was expected to visit Moscow in February for talks with her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, citing a diplomatic source.
Public health agencies worldwide struggle to promote best practices as understanding of virus evolves
Weber said it was ‘unaware’ of the news of the US rock star’s death when the recipe was sent out.
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