A video has been viewed tens of thousands of times in Chinese-language social media posts alongside a claim it shows Shanghai residents celebrating the lifting of a weeks-long Covid lockdown that has paralysed China's largest city. In reality, the video featured in the posts was filmed in Yiwu city in China's eastern Zhejiang province. Shanghai authorities have announced a gradual reopening of businesses but as of May 17, it remains unclear when the lockdown will be fully lifted."Rehearsal scene
The Good Wife star says she has wanted to write the new show for a long time
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.
SOUTHAMPTON'S 800th mayor has been sworn in at a ceremony attended by hundreds at the Guildhall.
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Grubhub customers reported down servers and closed restaurants during free lunch promo on Tuesday
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The 78-year-old 'Upside Down' singer will reportedly perform on a platform in front of Buckingham Palace as part of a live show to celebrate the Queen's 70 years on the throne.
Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall visited ByWard market which is attempting to revive trade following the pandemic.
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
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Readers of a document setting out the case for plans for academisation cannot see where the data comes from nor draw their own conclusions, it said.
“Everyone does the same thing when they order wine in a restaurant,” said my friend, the food critic. “They either order something really pricey, if they’re pushing the boat out. Or they go to the bottom of the list, find the house wine and choose one or two up from that.
British finance minister Rishi Sunak will warn on Wednesday that easing the cost-of-living crisis for families will not be easy and he will also promise to cut business taxes to boost investment, staff training and innovation. British inflation surged last month to its highest annual rate since 1982, with consumer price inflation hitting 9% in April, pressuring Sunak to do more to help those struggling to pay rising food, fuel and energy bills. Sunak has previously said he wants to wait to see the extent of a further rise in regulated domestic power tariffs in the autumn before deciding on how much more support households need.
North Korea on Wednesday reported 232,880 new cases of fever and another six deaths as leader Kim Jong Un accused officials of “immaturity” and “slackness” in handling the escalating COVID-19 outbreak
The Home Secretary said work was taking place ‘right now’ on plans to deport people to Rwanda.
Ukrainian soldiers evacuated from Mariupol steelworks arrive in Russian-controlled town
Researchers analysed the metabolism of bottlenose dolphins.
Tiger Woods has outlined the extent of his differences with Phil Mickelson over the “polarising” Saudi-backed events. Mickelson will not defend his US PGA Championship title this week and has not played since February’s Saudi International, days before his explosive comments about the PGA Tour and the potential breakaway circuit were made public. In an interview with the author of a new biography, Mickelson said he was using the threat of a breakaway to “reshape” how the PGA Tour operates, while also accusing them of “obnoxious greed” and acting like a “dictatorship”.