Peter Capaldi has been taking part in promotional interviews for his role in Hollywood movie The Suicide Squad, - and let slip that the special effects are a lot better than he is used to after starring Doctor Who.
And Madame Tussauds London have been busy unveiling their new celebrity waxworks - including Stormzy and Little Mix.
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Major changes to the rules for international travel are expected to be announced today. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he will later announce measures to "simplify international travel...to reduce costs, take advantage of higher levels of vaccination, and keep us all safe". Data expert Tim White has told Sky News that as many as 12 countries could lose their red designation: Argentina, Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Kenya, Maldives, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Turkey.
Italian workers in both the public and private sectors will be obliged to provide a health pass to access the workplace from Oct. 15 under a decree that has been approved by Premier Mario Draghi’s broad-based coalition government
Some of the residents of a long-closed Vermont orphanage want the Catholic Church to pay for therapy as they continue to recover from what they felt was the abuse most of which occurred more than half a century ago
Watchdog finds ‘staggering variation’ in police use of Clare’s LawInconsistent use of domestic violence disclosure scheme putting women at risk, says inspectorate The examination of the police response to violence against women and girls found ‘problems, unevenness and inconsistencies’ in dealing with violence against female victims in England and Wales. Photograph: Linda Nylind/The Guardian
Heavy rainfall brought flooding to the Washington, DC, metro area on September 16.This footage taken by Chris Fukuda near the Washington Monument shows a partly submerged vehicle and flooded roadway.The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the Washington metro area and parts of northeastern Maryland until 9 pm on September 16. Credit: Chris Fukuda via Storyful