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Speaking on a podcast, the First Minister said she was ‘in the foothills’ of the menopause and she feels a responsibility to talk about it.
What exactly is driving the "Great Resignation" in the United States?. A recent study has attempted to explain the cause and effect of America's Great Resignation. Here's what it found...
Cabinet Office has been asked to ‘establish the facts’
‘Walk Away’ movement founder Brandon Straka is spending the next three months on house arrest
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A 15-year-old boy has made a memorable debut at his first major snooker tournament beating the world number 31 Lu Ning. Stan Moody had only been playing the sport for six yaers before entering the Snooker Shoot-Out 2022.
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This is the incredible scene of a heart-shaped hole torn into a 10-metre seaside cliff - just steps from a public footpath. Walkers have been warned to stay away from the cliff edge after the heavy erosion in Happisburgh, Norfolk this month. This fall left a heart-shaped mark in the cliff as the land crumbled just metres from a public footpath leading to the local village. Photographer Paul Glenn said: "It's eating up all the pathway. "The council have had to move the path to keep people safe." ENDS
Emmerdale star Zoë Henry reveals all as Rhona's past with Pierce comes back to haunt her.
Grace Tame, assault survivor who helped change law, called ‘childish’ and told she should return Australian of the year award
Police are appealing for help to identify these men after disorder broke out among football fans during a match between Burnley and Arsenal. Lancashire police believe the men to be Arsenal fans at the away game on Saturday September 18 where supporters clashed in the stands. No fans reported any injuries though a match day steward was hit.
Departure comes after parliamentary committee found he failed to ensure watchdog ‘acted independently and impartially’
Kristen Stewart opened up to Dax Shepard about how much the paparazzi affected her, and how she could relate to Britney Spears and Sean Penn going off on them.
Everton are planning to interview Vitor Pereira as they continue their search for a new manager following the sacking of Rafael Benitez.
Professor Roy Gardner said heart failure conveys a worse prognosis than most types of cancer and should be recognised with the same urgency.
The Met Police has apologised to a philosophy lecturer for language used by officers about her when she was strip-searched in an incident branded “appalling” by London’s Mayor. Konstancja Duff was detained at a police station in the capital in 2013, having been arrested after trying to offer a 15-year-old a card with a list of legal advice during a stop-and-search on an east London estate. In footage, police officers can be heard to say of Dr Duff, who is based at the University of Nottingham, “was she rank?” and “her clothes stink”.
Engadget reports Plaid, which links consumer bank accounts to apps like Robinhood, Venmo and Coinbase, has been accused of collecting "more financial data than was needed from users". Although Plaid denied the allegations, it has agreed to pay $58 million to anyone with a bank account linked to a client app.
The Supreme Court has rejected a challenge from House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy to the proxy voting system that Democrats put in place in response to the coronavirus pandemic
Collecting his medal at Windsor Castle, Henry Lewis said magic has allowed him to raise money for charity and travel the world.
Laura Spears, 55, has now added the lottery to her safe senders list in case of future jackpots