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The producers of the critically-acclaimed The Mirror and the Light have cancelled plans to extend its run saying “the risk” is too great. The play, the last in a trilogy based on Hilary Mantel’s best-selling novels, was due to end on Sunday November 28 but announced a two-month extension to January before it even opened. The show, at the Gielgud Theatre in the West End, tracks the rise and final fall of Thomas Cromwell as the power behind the throne at the court of Henry VIII features a 24-strong cast with seven making their West End debuts.
The Ministry of Defence has said that serving soldiers will not carry the coffin of Dennis Hutchings, the veteran who died part way through his controversial trial over a fatal shooting during the Troubles.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews says his state would not allow unvaccinated players to participate in the Australian Open, potentially ruling out reigning men's champion Novak Djokovic from competing in Melbourne's Grand Slam. "We are locking people who are unvaccinated out of pubs, cafes, restaurants and the G (Melbourne Cricket Ground) and all sorts of other events," he said. "We're not going to be applying for an exemption. Therefore, the issue is basically resolved."
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has set out a series of tax cuts and a boost to benefits to help Britons with the cost of living, as he warned of "challenging" months ahead due to the continuing COVID pandemic and rising inflation. In his budget statement to the House of Commons, Mr Sunak promised plans to build "a stronger economy for the British people" after the coronavirus crisis. The chancellor revealed the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) expects the CPI rate of inflation to average 4% over the next year.