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Sean Hannity calls CNN’s Brian Stelter ‘humpty dumpty’
The weightlifter, 43, will become the first ever transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics
Lord Digby Jones has spoken out after he criticised the BBC’s Alex Scott’s pronunciation during her Olympics coverage. The former Government minister said on Saturday the presenter needed “elocution lessons” as she didn’t pronounce her “gs” while announcing sports including fencing and kayaking. On Sunday, Lord Digby said he has faced a wealth of online abuse, telling LBC: “I do wish people could criticise in a free democracy and understand that I have a point of view that doesn’t mean I should be cancelled.”
Parton made a huge amount of money from Houston’s popular cover
Israel supreme court decision expected on Sheikh Jarrah evictions. Verdict due in case that could lead to Palestinians being forcibly displaced to make way for Jewish settlers
Rescuers who received his call for help on Thursday set out to rescue the man but, despite being able to find him, poor weather conditions prevented the helicopters to get close enough
Scott and Nacra pair John Gimson and Anna Burnet now certain to reach the podium
Brides traditionally choose something borrowed for luck on their wedding day – and a trend for renting among millennial shoppers means this is increasingly likely to be their dress. Now Selfridges is launching a second-hand wedding dress boutique in a bid to woo brides hoping to emulate Carrie Johnson's rented gown. For her wedding to the Prime Minister in May Mrs Johnson, 33, wore a tulle dress from Greek designer Christos Costarellos, which was worth £2,830 but reportedly cost just £45 to rent
He is the nephew of the Duchess of Cornwall and, by marriage, of the Prince of Wales; an Old Etonian who founded Quintessentially, a concierge service for the super-rich. And for the past two years Ben Elliot has also been the Conservative Party’s chairman, raising stupendous sums for Boris Johnson in the run up to the 2019 General Election. No wonder professional colleagues refer to Mr Elliot as “Mr Access All Areas”. Asked by the Telegraph in 2011 what he was most ashamed of, his response was
Packs of sanitary towels in some places are pushing 35,000 Lebanese pounds, which is nearly £17 on the official exchange rate
The threat of widespread evictions during the coronavirus pandemic has inspired reforms to a U.S. system that has in the past offered few protections for tenants
Gianmarco Tamberi and Mutaz Essa Barshim both cleared 2.37 metres.
Britain's Finance Minister Rishi Sunak has pressed for an easing of travel restrictions to offer respite to the tourism sector amid concerns that the country is not reaping the benefit of its vaccination programme, the Sunday Times reported. Sunak had written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson warning of the impact that Britain's strict border controls were having ahead a meeting of ministers on Thursday to consider changes, the newspaper said, citing a source familiar with the letter. Separately, the bosses of Britain's biggest airlines and travel companies urged Transport Minister Grant Shapps to add more countries to the "green list" that have fewer restrictions.
A trans woman from Gujarat has become the first in the state to receive legal recognition of her gender identity through a new identity card system.
Welcome 2 America by Prince review – sub-par album from the vaults. (Legacy Recordings)This shelved collection from 2010 is not peak Prince – and he knew it
Workers at the world's biggest copper mine, Chile's Escondida, have approved a strike after rejecting the final contract offer proposed by multinational owners BHP. The workers are asking for a one-time bonus to recognize their work during the Covid-19 pandemic as well as education benefits for their children. Escondida workers staged a 44-day strike in 2017, the longest in the history of Chilean mining. The strike caused $740 million in losses for the company.
Hundreds have turned out in Berlin to protest the German government’s anti-coronavirus measures despite a ban on the gatherings, leading to arrests and clashes with police
Embodying the spirit of the Olympic Games, Qatar’s icon Mutaz Essa Barshim and Italy’s showman Gianmarco Tamberi each earned a gold medal after a gentleman’s agreement in the men’s high jump final in Tokyo on Sunday. The pair looked more than happy to share the glory, with Tamberi howling in delight and rolling around the track, having missed out on competing in Rio five years ago due to injury. Barshim added gold to the bronze and silver he won in 2012 and 2016 respectively, while Maksim Nedasekau of Belarus took bronze.
Italy and France are introducing Europe’s toughest vaccine pass regimes for normal social activities like dining indoors at restaurants, visiting museums and attending sporting events. Leaders in both countries see the vaccinations cards, dubbed the "green pass" in Italy and the "health pass" in France, as needed to boost vaccination rates and persuade the undecided to get vaccinated. The French health pass is required at movie theatres, museums and tourist sites, and comes into effect for restaurants and trains on August 9.
Salmond blogger Craig Murray hands himself in to police to begin jail term . Ex-diplomat found in contempt of court over ‘jigsaw identification’ of women who accused former first minister of sexual assault
Suvari said Spacey had been ‘professional’ until ‘that day turned into something different’