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Fellow musician Barry Manilow denies claims of following in Neil Young’s footsteps
The planned drills off the Irish coast have caused considerable upset and controversy.
Technology Minister Chris Philp has defended the government's plan to increase national insurance contributions to raise money for NHS funding, saying it is the "honest and responsible" thing to do. "No one likes increasing taxes, least of all Conservatives, least of all me. But you can't magic up money out of nowhere," he said.
The Prime Minister announced a 1.25 per cent rise in National Insurance last year to address the funding crisis in the health and social care system.
Brits will face tighter measures to travel to the popular holiday destination as the country introduces stricter rules on vaccination.
The Rapier missile system has been retired after 50 years of service.
A LASTING memorial to mark the Covid pandemic will not be created in York’s Community Woodland, as some campaigners had hoped.
Boris Johnson went on a planned visit to North Wales with no sign yet of senior official Sue Gray producing her report on lockdown parties in No 10.
The parents of eight-week-old Amina-Faye, who died with more than 60 broken bones, have been jailed for their "monstrous crimes" after a hearing at Inner London Crown Court. Following the sentencing, Detective Inspector Melanie Pressley, who led the case, said: "In eight weeks of life, Amina suffered an unimaginable number of injuries. The trauma she endured in her short life is impossible to comprehend. Her injuries are a catalogue of the most despicable abuse.".
A restaurant in Saudi Arabia is offering patrons in the conservative kingdom a unique experience -- dishes with a side of skull and blood in the company of zombies and vampires.View on euronews
Some cars we have previously featured owe their rarity to age and/or banger racers. Others were models that never seemed to appeal to the British motorist, while Paul Hill’s white 1967 BMW belongs to a third category; the vastly expensive. A price of £1,777 10s 6d meant it was over £400 more costly than a Rover P6, but enthusiasts regarded it as worth every penny. Equally importantly, the 2000 was part of a dynasty that saved one of the world’s famous marques.
90 Day Fiancé has axed Alina Kozhevnikova from its spin-off series Before the 90 Days after she was accused of making racist comments on social media.
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The weather warnings have been put in place as Storm Malik makes its way across Europe.
Lisa Nandy says the Labour Party will not rest until the Sue Gray report into Downing Street parties has been published in full. Ms Nandy said the British public deserve answers and "we will take every step that we can to make sure that information is in the public domain".
Boris Johnson repeals social restrictions for England as threat from Omicron variant wanes
A MAN has been banned from holding livestock for five years after the wretched conditions he left them in on his farm in Lamphey.
IT began with a pub chain’s well-intentioned efforts to make sure the name of a town’s oldest hostelry did not cause offence.
The awards have partnered up with NFT platform Serenade to create their first-ever collection.
THE driver of a Mini Cooper from Greenwich has been fined and banned after drug driving.