Teaser-trailer for Spencer
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Leslie Ash has defied doctors' predictions in order to walk unaided after acquiring an infection in hospital more than 15 years ago.
Strictly Come Dancing has come under threat ahead of its launch on Saturday evening as two professional dancers have refused to take a Covid vaccine.
Jeremy Clarkson’s Cotswolds farm is an ill omen for the countrysideRural England may be a far cry from the Klondike. But there’s a gold rush going on out there ‘Clarksonville Comes to Chadlington is a vignette of a battle now raging in various forms across England’s countryside.’ Photograph: Clarkson’s Farm Amazon Prime Video
Rigoletto; London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle – review. Royal Opera House; Barbican, LondonOne grisly moment aside, Oliver Mears’s first ROH production feels like a straightforward Rigoletto made to last. And a Julian Anderson world premiere is the timely centrepiece of the LSO’s season opener
A gorgeous new queer venue and bookshop has opened up in London, providing LGBT+ people with a safe space that isn’t alcohol-focused.
The impact is expected in the coming days
The channel's former chairman Andrew Neil was pressed about his GB News exit by panellists on the BBC show.
The Taliban has replaced Afghanistan's women's ministry with an all-male "vice and virtue ministry". Officials at the ministry told the Associated Press they had not been informed whether a new women's ministry is being planned. It comes as schools across Afghanistan reopened for boys from Saturday, effectively barring girls from secondary education despite the group's previous commitment.
Shirley Ballas says her sex life with partner Danny Taylor is in a healthy place.
Anthony Joshua insists he would fight Tyson Fury at York Hall because ‘it is a grassroots fight’
Hungary has continued to brazenly defy the European Union over its reviled anti-LGBT+ law, insisting that it’s not homophobic to “protect children”.
He previously said he felt ‘abandoned and unsupported’ following near-death experience
Police officer slashed across face by knife gang
MELBOURNE/PARIS (Reuters) -Australia has made a "huge" diplomatic error by ditching a multi-billion-dollar order for French submarines in favour of an alternative deal with the United States and Britain, France's envoy to Canberra said on Saturday. Canberra announced on Thursday it would scrap its 2016 deal with France's Naval Group to build a fleet of conventional submarines and instead build at least eight nuclear-powered ones with U.S. and British technology after striking a trilateral security partnership nL1N2QH2X7. The move caused fury in France, a NATO ally of the United States and Britain, prompting it to recall its ambassadors to Washington and Canberra, and also riled China, the major rising power in the Indo-Pacific region.
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Rising sea temperatures may mean prey swimming in deeper water out of reach of guillemots, razorbills, puffins and kittiwakes
Homophobic chants ground a football match in Mexico to a halt as players were forced off the pitch.
Professor Adam Finn said people should not become too ‘agonised’ about it because the risks on either side are ‘not that high’.
Maritime searchers have retrieved a life jacket they believe came from the stricken boat but there is no signs of survivors
Two pro dancers on Strictly Come Dancing have refused a Covid vaccine leaving show in disarray. The unvaccinated dancers have sparked fears of an outbreak that could potentially halt the show’s production. Bosses are already dealing with a Covid crisis after one pro tested positive earlier this week.