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Grubhub customers reported down servers and closed restaurants during free lunch promo on Tuesday
The Home Secretary said work was taking place ‘right now’ on plans to deport people to Rwanda.
A warning about Britain’s ‘apocalyptic’ food prices dominates the national papers.
Mr Beauchamp, who made more than 400 appearances for Oxford United, died in February after turning down support from mental health services.
A family in Deep Creek, Florida, awoke early on May 17 to loud noises and discovered an alligator in their pool, the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office said.The sheriff’s office said the alligator was almost 11 feet long and weighted over 550 pounds. The office said the alligator tore through a pool screen to get into the water.Photos released by the sheriff’s office show deputies and a trapper removing the alligator. Credit: Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful
Kyiv hails Azovstal fighters as ‘heroes of our time’ who are ‘forever in history’
A father was murdered as he walked home after a gang of seven teenagers joked with him that he looked like one of Ant and Dec, a court has heard.
‘I was worried for her physical safety that when he turned he might do something that was worse than he ever intended,’ she sobbed
CONCERN is growing for a pensioner who has been reported missing from Coatbridge.
Hundreds of lanterns were released into the sky by Indonesian Buddhists celebrating Vesak day at the temple of Borobudur for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic hit the country. More than a thousand Buddhists from across the archipelago gathered at the largest Buddhist temple in the world, situated in Magelang, Central Java, to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha Siddharta Gautama. ++COMPLETES VIDI32A93F7_EN++
Fans accuse Kim Kardashian of changing accent to match Pete Davidson
Sweden and Finland’s decision to join Nato is seen as a turning point for European security
The sound system at this rare small gig struggles to handle the Killers’ bombast, but it hardly matters with a crowd of millennial super fans primed to roar back the hits
We would like to hear from healthcare workers and those working in social care about the impact of the rising cost of living
It’s immoral to delay curbs on dangerous meals and blame the cost of living crisis, says Sarah Boseley, former health editor of the Guardian
Yes, I Hate Suzie is getting a second season
Fate of soldiers leaving Azovstal site unclear and numbers not confirmed by Ukraine
SOUTHAMPTON'S 800th mayor has been sworn in at a ceremony attended by hundreds at the Guildhall.
RESIDENTS are preparing for a royal knees-up with more than 310 street parties planned across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole next month.
The sandstorm badly hampered visibility in Riyadh