Let's take a look at the 2021 Oscars Nominees.
Let's take a look at the 2021 Oscars Nominees.
The Destroyer had too much for his more experienced opponent at the Copper Box in London
‘My dear Papa was a very special person’: Prince Charles's touching tribute Prince Charles' poignant tribute showed his deep and special kinship Prince Philip puts Land Rover hearse at heart of funeral he designed Prince Harry will return for funeral – but not Meghan PM bows out of funeral to allow extra family member to attend The entrance to Windsor Castle has been blocked by palace staff to the public, as crowds swelled over lunchtime. Members of the public trying to access the area to add to floral tributes were told to stay away after visitor numbers swelled over lunchtime. The Long Walk pedestrian area could still be accessed along the High Street, but general access will remain blocked for the foreseeable. “There were just too many vehicles and too many people,” one staff member said. “It was too dangerous - we had a few near misses this morning. It’s probably going to stay like this for the rest of the week.” It came after Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and their daughter, Lady Louise, 17, attended a small church service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor. Following the service, the Duke of York has said the Queen has described the death of her husband the Duke of Edinburgh as "having left a huge void in her life". Follow the latest updates below.
England's coronavirus restrictions will be eased further on Monday, with pubs and restaurants allowed to serve customers outdoors. Hairdressers will reopen, as will non-essential shops, indoor gyms, swimming pools, libraries, zoos and nail salons. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has postponed his celebratory pint and is not expected to mark the reopening of businesses with a statement.
A former AstraZeneca board member has told Sky News that she thinks the company has been unfairly criticised over its handling of the vaccine rollout. Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, who served on the board until five years ago, said she imagined those inside the company would be feeling they have "had a bit of a hard time" as multiple countries have changed their advice on who should receive the jab. It comes as the UK medicines regulator said this week that the under 30s should be offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca vaccine following reports of very rare blood clots.
Debra Hunter has been sentenced to serve 30 days in prison, pay a $500 fine, take anger management classes – and pay for her victim’s Covid test
The risk of two vaccinated people catching Covid from meeting up indoors is “tiny”, scientists have calculated, with just a one in 400,000 chance of picking up an infection. Last week, Boris Johnson warned that people should not be allowing others into their homes, even if they had both had the vaccine. “The vaccines are not giving 100 per cent protection, that’s why we need to be cautious,” said the Prime Minister. But Professor Tim Spector, at King’s College London, has calculated that the risk of catching a symptomatic infection is around one in 400,000 for two people who have been vaccinated – which is far less than the risk of developing a blood clot from the AstraZeneca jab. Prof Spector, who is lead scientist on the ZOE Covid Symptom Study app and professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King’s, said there was currently just a one in 1,400 risk of “bumping into someone” with symptomatic Covid, and people should feel more “relaxed” if they had been vaccinated.
Interaction between pop star and Duke of Edinburgh occurred in the Seventies
Half of people in England live in areas that are Covid free Why Europe's approach to AstraZeneca jab differs from ours Two-thirds of pubs lack outdoor space to open on Monday Private Covid tests to be subject to quality checks Subscribe to The Telegraph for a month-long free trial The coronavirus variant discovered in South Africa can "break through" Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine to some extent, a real-world data study in Israel found, though its prevalence in the country is low and the research has not been peer reviewed. The study, released on Saturday, compared almost 400 people who had tested positive for Covid-19, 14 days or more after they received one or two doses of the vaccine, against the same number of unvaccinated patients with the disease. It matched age and gender, among other characteristics. The South African variant, B.1.351, was found to make up about 1 per cent of all the Covid-19 cases across all the people studied, according to the study by Tel Aviv University and Israel's largest healthcare provider, Clalit. The vaccine appeared to be less effective against the South African variant, researchers noted. Crucially, however, the study shows that the variant does not spread effectively, they say. It is believed that this reduced effectiveness may also only occur in a short window of time. Results from the study showed that there were no reported cases of B.1.351 in fully vaccinated individuals who had received their second dose more then 14-days prior. Follow the latest updates below
West Midlands Police released footage of the man who launched the brutal assault in the Selly Park area of Birmingham on March 14.
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Roads have been blocked and cars set on fire amid ongoing unrest in Northern Ireland
Death of country’s longest serving royal consort like losing ‘grandfather of nation’, says son, Prince Andrew
The undisputed world heavyweight title fight is due to take place this summer but terms are yet to be finalised
West Midlands Police are extremely concerned about the welfare of the child’s mother and have made an urgent appeal to try to find her.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a millionaire hotelier. Police said Sir Richard Sutton, who owned a string of top hotels in London, died on Wednesday during an incident at a property near Gillingham, Dorset. Officers said a woman in her 60s was seriously injured in the incident and was airlifted to Southmead Hospital in Bristol, where she remains in a critical condition. A spokesman for Sir Richard Sutton Ltd said the woman is Anne Schreiber, who was “a hugely important part of Sir Richard’s life” having cared for him for a “long period”, and wished her “a swift and full recovery”. Thomas Schreiber, from the Gillingham area, has been charged with murder, attempted murder and dangerous driving and is due before magistrates in Poole on Monday.
A&E departments are being swamped by people who have developed mild side-effects from the AstraZeneca vaccine amid concerns the jab causes blood clots. Emergency doctors told the Health Service Journal (HSJ) that a growing number of people are presenting to A&E units after having the jab.
The seven-year-old was euthanised after suffering an injury while running on the flat between fences
The duke will first be interred in the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel, but not forever.
China v Russia v America: is 2021 the year Orwell’s 1984 comes true?. With Putin and Xi moving into an ever closer alliance, Joe Biden’s untested US administration may be pushed to the brink
The Carlton Tavern in Maida Vale, west London, was torn down in April 2015 without planning permission by a developer who wanted to replace the 1920s building with flats.