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Sainsbury’s set for court battle after refusing access to man’s assistance cat
The Royal Family has unveiled a new emoji of a crown-wearing corgi called PJ that can be used ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations next week. The corgi is seen wearing a crown of purple and platinum, which are the colours of the Jubilee and has his tongue sticking out. It will also appear automatically on Twitter when users include celebratory Jubilee hashtags.
British consumers spent less on credit and debit cards and made fewer restaurant bookings than the week before, while job adverts showed a big increase, weekly figures collated by the Office for National Statistics showed on Thursday. Spending on credit and debit cards - which is not adjusted for inflation or the time of year - fell 3 percentage points on the previous week to 101% of its February 2020 average, based on Bank of England CHAPS interbank payments for the week to May 19. Restaurant bookings fell by 2 percentage points, according to OpenTable figures, and job adverts on the Adzuna recruitment website were 7% higher.
Severe storms produced at least one tornado in North Carolina on Thursday, May 26, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported.This footage of storm clouds was posted by Kelly Meade, who said he shot it between Kingstown and Polkville in Cleveland County on Thursday evening.The NWS said Meade’s footage of Thursday’s “scary-looking storm” shows a “low-hanging wall cloud with evidence of rotation.”On Friday, the service confirmed that an EF-2 tornado hit Iredell County around 7 pm the previous evening with estimated peak winds of 115 mph.Over the course of Thursday’s weather event, the NWS station servicing the greater Greenville-Spartanburg area issued a total of 11 tornado warnings, nine flash flood warnings, and eight severe thunderstorm warnings. Credit: Kelly Meade via Storyful
NATHAN Holland has been released by West Ham United, the Premier League club has announced this morning.
The actor released a six minute video on her Instagram explaining her situation
The three banked mural walls in the pedestrian concourse of Birmingham’s Hockley flyover underpass feature geometric shapes and abstract patterns.
Man appears to point gun at Fox News crew during live report on gun violence
Turkey’s leader has caused a stir by throwing a wrench in Sweden and Finland’s historic bid to join NATO, lashing out at fellow alliance member Greece and announcing plans for a new incursion into Syria
Man in India's Madhya Pradesh assaulted on suspicion of being Muslim
‘He is way too way young to have left us,’ the actor said
An NGO reports that Brazil's Atlantic Forest in Minas Gerais state has seen a 66% increase in deforestation in 2021 compared to the previous year, warning that this coastal rainforest is at 'high' risk. Between November 2020 and October 2021, the Atlantic rainforest lost around 21,600 hectares, an area equivalent to more than 20,000 football fields, according to a study carried out by the SOS Mata Atlantica Foundation, using satellite images from the National Institute for Space Research (INPE).
The shooting massacre at a Texas elementary has spurred renewed calls, especially from Republicans, for more investment in school security
Ministers are preparing to hit Russian seafood imports with punitive trade tariffs in a move that could cripple Britain’s fish and chips shops.
'Only Fools And Horses' legend Sir David Jason thinks TV bosses need to be more patient if they want to find the next iconic comedy.
Ukraine's inability to export agricultural produce is contributing to the rising global food prices.
Lord Hain said the Government is no longer trusted in the way it was when led by former prime ministers John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.
Oxfordshire's new cycling champion has been named and tasked with making the county better for cyclists.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of abducting a girl from outside her school in Blackpool. Darcy Shea, 9, has been found “safe and well” by officers after they put out a desperate appeal for her whereabouts after she was allegedly picked up outside St Cuthbert’s Primary School shortly before 9am on Friday. “A 60-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of child abduction and is in custody.”
A NEW exhibition charting the career of ‘cultural colossus’ John Byrne opens at Kelvingrove today.