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The Harry Potter author contacted officers after transgender rights activists tweeted a photograph of her house in Edinburgh.
Two years on from the death of her husband, Catherine Mayer speaks of the strain of sharing loss with his ex-bandmates
Scottish auction for offshore windfarm permits expected to raise £860m. Crown Estate Scotland hopes amount of electricity generated in Scottish waters will double over next decade
Ukraine said Sunday it had evidence that Russia was behind a massive cyberattack that knocked out key government websites this past week, as Microsoft warned the hack could be far worse than first thought.
MPs debated Nadine Dorries’ announcement that the BBC licence fee would be frozen at £159 for two years.
Newlands Valley, Lake District: The Goldscope mine dates back to Elizabethan times, but still has the capacity to astound
Buying one of the firm’s EVs gives preferential prices for home chargers.
‘He leaves it everywhere,’ she said of habit
The broadcaster is one of many TV stars who have come out in support of the BBC.
French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah was jailed anew for breaking house arrest restrictions, an official from the Islamic republic's judiciary authority said on Sunday.
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been allowed to leave the Gabon squad at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon and return to his club to continue his recovery from Covid-19, his national team coach said on Monday. Midfielder Mario Lemina of French side Nice has also been sent back to his club, with neither having played a minute in Gabon's two matches so far at the Cup of Nations, against the Comoros and Ghana."Given the medical problems that Pierre-Emerick and Mario have had, in a
Shares are mixed in Asia after China reported that its economy expanded at an 8.1% annual pace in 2021, though growth slowed to half that level in the last quarter
‘It haunts me,’ rapper said
Novak Djokovic has landed in the Serbian capital of Belgrade following his deportation from Australia over his lack of a COVID-19 vaccination. The world tennis number one arrived on a flight from Dubai after being forced to leave the country as the Australian Open was getting under way in Melbourne. The three judges upheld the visa cancellation on public interest grounds - meaning he could not defend his Australian Open title - a tournament he has won nine times.
Texas synagogue siege: hostage-taker named as 44-year-old Briton. FBI stormed building after man took four people including a rabbi captive during Shabbat service
Mourners convened for funeral prayers at the Islamic Cultural Center of The Bronx on Sunday, January 16, for 15 of the 17 victims killed in the deadly Bronx apartment fire the week before.Local news reported nearly 1,000 people turned out for the service, including New York City Mayor Eric Adams.The January 9 fire killed 17 people, including eight children, and injured dozens more. Authorities said the blaze was sparked by a space heater and spread due to open doorways.The building was issued multiple city housing violations, including self-closing doorway malfunctions, over a period of several years and had more recently registered heating complaints from tenants, the New York Times reported. The report said that previous violation citations had been resolved prior to the fire on January 9.Video filmed by Ben Von Klemperer shows crowds outside the Islamic Cultural Center of the Bronx at East 116 Street and Clay Avenue in the Bronx. Credit: Ben Von Klemperer via Storyful
What kind of sad, flatulent geek comes up with policy initiatives billed as Big Dog and Red Meat (is the Red Meat for the Big Dog?) as a way of suggesting that the PM is going to get all populist? Anyway, at the top of Big Dog’s Red Meat menu is the BBC licence fee. This toothsome T-bone steak was first unveiled by Nadine Dorries, Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary.
After Virat Kohli's sudden resignation the spotlight turned to his likely successor as India Test captain on Sunday, with white-ball skipper Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul favourites to take over the high-pressure job.
The former prime minister refused to be drawn on whether Boris Johnson should quit following the partygate allegations.
Nicola Sturgeon said she is “cautiously optimistic” about Scotland’s coronavirus situation ahead of a statement announcing possible changes to restrictions. The First Minister said the country is “in a better position than I feared we would be before Christmas”, but would not comment on whether she plans to follow Wales with a mass easing of Covid rules. Her comments came as the Scottish Tories called for the scrapping of most coronavirus restrictions, with the exception of face coverings.