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Shannon Sharpe showcases his Yeezy sneakers
Shannon Sharpe showcases his Yeezy sneakers
As harvest gets underway, winemaker Laurent Pinson looks at one of his top range grand cru vineyards with relief: by burning large 'candles' he protected the vines from sharp spring frosts that ravaged other parts of his estate. Still, lower overall production will force him to lift prices of his Chablis bottles, most of which go for export. Wine production is expected to be historically low in France this year after frost and mildew fungus attacks ravaged vineyards across the country.
Human antibodies have been used for serious coronavirus cases during the pandemic.
Thriller sees participants forced into playing twisted versions of classic children’s games
The UK’s first National Artificial Intelligence Strategy has been launched.
The fully redesigned 2022 Honda Civic will be of interest for many small-sedan shoppers
Tech start-ups in London raised nearly as much in the first six months of 2021 as they did in the whole of last year, helping the British capital to retain its joint status with New York as the top location outside of Silicon Valley, new data shows. According to rankings compiled by Startup Genome, London scored highly for funding, talent and connections, despite the upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and Brexit. It maintained its second position tied with New York for the second year in a row, the research released to coincide with London Tech Week 2021 showed.
No less than 10 separate investigations were launched into the incident, with the PPO conducting the overarching probe.
UK to send 1m Pfizer vaccine doses to South Korea in swap deal. Doses will help South Korea boost full vaccination rates, and UK will get same number back later in year
‘We’re trying to survive’: workers face cuts as US public sector lags in recovery. Working in US public sector feels untenable for many amid lack of benefits, low pay and lack of general investment
Zahra Joya: the Afghan reporter who fled the Taliban – and kept telling the truth about women. As a child in Afghanistan, she pretended to be a boy in order to get an education, before starting her own women’s news agency. Now living in Britain, her fight continues
Gates says meetings with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein were a mistake
President Joe Biden refused to take questions from American reporters before his aides chivvied them away from a meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday.
A new guild of artists from Nigeria's Benin City has offered to donate artworks to the British Museum in London as a way to encourage it to return the priceless Benin Bronzes that were looted from the city's royal court by British troops in 1897. Created in the once mighty Kingdom of Benin from at least the 16th century onwards, the bronze and brass sculptures are among Africa's finest and most culturally significant artefacts. European museums that house them have faced years of criticism because of their status as loot and symbols of colonial greed.
‘It’s very hard for me to put a figure on it,’ says Ofgem boss as unprecedented gas price spikes threatens to put more suppliers out of business
National Highways has been granted an injunction against protesters who have been blocking sections of the M25.
Oleksandr Usyk has warned Anthony Joshua that London is his lucky charm ahead of the pair’s heavyweight world title clash in the capital on Saturday night. Like Joshua, Usyk won gold at the Olympics in the city back in 2012 plus the Ukrainian won his last fight in the pro ranks against Dereck Chisora at the SSE Arena in Wembley last October. Joshua has his WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO world titles on the line at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this weekend and also has the prospect of a lucrative double header looming against Tyson Fury should he pull off another successful title defence.
The bank said the move will enable customers to converse with members of staff in Welsh if they wish to.
KYIV (Reuters) -Ukrainian police are trying to work out who ordered unidentified individuals to try to murder a top aide of President Volodymyr Zelenskiy after his car was sprayed with automatic gunfire on Wednesday morning in an attack that shocked the political elite. Serhiy Shefir, the top aide and a close personal friend of Zelenskiy's, escaped unscathed, but his driver was badly wounded and hospitalised. Irina Venediktova, Ukraine's prosecutor general, said the car had been ambushed as it drove between two villages outside Kyiv, the capital.
A Strictly Come Dancing celebrity hopeful is said to be “furious” they have been partnered with a dancer who has reportedly refused to have the Covid vaccine. Anger has been growing and James Jordan was among the toughest of critics calling for the three dancers who have allegedly refused to have the Covid jab to be sacked from the show. BBC has refused to comment on the Covid vaccination status of the professional dancers but a spokesperson vowed the strict government guidelines remain in place to ensure the safety of the show.
Ambulance crews were called to HMP Bronzefield in Middlesex in September 2019 but the baby did not survive. Sue McAllister, prisons and probation ombudsman (PPO), said the mother, known as Ms A, should not have been allowed to give birth without medical assistance in her cell.