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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World Health Organization official confirms that “anyone can get” the monkeypox virus dispelling the myth of “gay disease”. WHO expert Andy Seale stressed the importance to remember that monkeypox is not an illness that affects only one community more than others. Mr Seale suggested that an elevated proportion of UK cases in gay or bisexual men could be due to an increased awareness of sexual health amongst the community.
A Treasury minister suggested Chancellor Rishi Sunak was not ruling out a windfall tax on oil and gas company profits if the sector does not invest in providing more domestic energy sources. Simon Clarke, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, told BBC Breakfast: “We want to see the record profits that the industry is making at this time reinvested in productive capacity for our economy. “Insofar as that doesn’t happen, the Chancellor has been clear that we can’t rule anything out.”
Leeds United supporters in Toronto, Canada, were ecstatic after their soccer team across the pond managed to avoid relegation in a 2-1 win over Brentford on May 22.Footage shows Whites fans in downtown Toronto cheering and chanting “We are staying up!” after their team’s win and Burnley’s 2-1 loss to Newcastle secured Leeds’ final place in the Premier League.Leeds were promoted to the Premier League in 2020 after spending a 16-year stretch in the English Football League Championship. Credit: @torontomapleleeds via Storyful
You might not think that we produce many tomatoes in Britain, but we do: about 100,000 tons, a fifth of our annual consumption. Yet British tomato farmers face a problem: powdery mildew, a disease against which their principal defence has long been fungicide.