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Amanda Anisimova beat Coco Gauff 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-2 at Wimbledon to set up a last-16 meeting with Harmony Tan
British stars Ryan Peniston, Alastair Gray, and Lily Miyazaki spoke with the PA news agency about what they get up to off the court.
This is a spacious, beautifully presented three-bedroom bungalow in a tucked-away spot in Newport on the Isle of Wight.
Covering of feathers left them able to cope when other creatures died off in mass extinction event, scientists say
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has applied for a permit to hold a fireworks show at Mount Rushmore to celebrate Independence Day 2023
Virus remains most prevalent in Scotland, where one in 18 people were estimated to have been infected last week
WITH her rippling muscles and lean frame, Amy Oxberry is shaping up to be the fittest granny in York.
Credit :Sunday Morning with Sophie Raworth - BBC One / Nato Boris Johnson did not know “specific claims” about Chris Pincher before appointing him deputy chief whip, despite numerous sexual misconduct allegations, a Cabinet minister has said. Therese Coffey battled to defend the Prime Minister on Sunday over his decision to give the MP - who has now been stripped of the Conservative whip - a key ministerial role. Former No 10 adviser Dominic Cummings alleged that Mr Johnson had referred to the MP as “Pincher by name, pincher by nature” long before appointing him in February. The MP for Tamworth quit as Tory deputy chief whip after he was accused of drunkenly groping two men at a private members’ club in London this week. The Prime Minister only bowed to pressure to remove the whip from his ally after an official investigation was launched. Mr Pincher had previously quit the whips’ office in 2017 after a complaint that he had made an unwanted pass at former Olympic rower and Conservative candidate Alex Story.
A family court allowed teenager Craig Mulligan to return to the care of his step-father five days before Logan was murdered by his family.
The Vest & Boxers singer talks making the Heartstopper soundtrack and writing a new queer anthem for Gen Z.
Meet new Love Island girl Mollie Salmon ahead of Casa Amor.
A doctor whose work involves spotting signs of stress in babies being treated in intensive care has been honoured with a special award.
One half of Daft Punk is back but this time it's classical as Thomas Bangalter composes his first piece for a symphony orchestra
The Vatican has said it has completed the sale of the luxury London building at the centre of an ongoing corruption trial - after taking an estimated hit of around £120m (€140m). In a statement issued on Friday, the Vatican said the building was sold for £186m to Boston-based private investment firm Bain Capital. The statement said that losses were covered by Vatican reserve funds, and stressed that donations from the faithful in a papal fund known as Peter's Pence had not been used.
Some spectators loved the drama, whereas others compared it to football and thought it was ’embarrassing’.
A GARDEN volunteer from York is appealing for the return of her "t-rusty steed" after the bike she's loved for almost 45 years was stolen from outside her home.
Dozens of investigations have been launched by police in England and Wales in the past 10 years into suspected breaches of an 1861 law
A driver was jailed for more than two years after he almost killed his passenger when his speeding car hit a wall and erupted into a ball of flames.Source: SWNS
Fabio Jakobsen avoided the pitfalls of a chaotic finish to stage two of the Tour de France to deliver an emotional victory in Nyborg, Denmark. Jakobsen, making his Tour debut less than two years after suffering life-threatening injuries in a crash at the Tour of Poland, stayed clear of late spills at the end of the 202.5km stage from Roskilde to come around Mads Pedersen and beat Wout van Aert - who consoled himself by taking the yellow jersey. The day had been designed to build up to fireworks on the 18km-long Great Belt Bridge in the finale, but it was after the peloton returned to dry land that the key incidents occurred as a crash blocked the road inside the final three kilometres, leaving a select group of sprinters to contest the honours.
Crew abandons sinking ship that snapped in half after it's hit by deadly typhoon off Hong Kong