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BBC Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts is undergoing surgery after being diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Animal Rebellion campaigners scale a UK government building in Westminster ahead of COP26 climate summit in Glasgow next week. The group demands an end to subsidies for meat and dairy farming in a protest against environmental changes.
Tyler played Gunther, the quirky coffee shop manager with bleached hair and an unrequited love for Aniston’s Rachel.
White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the US is ‘deeply alarmed’ by reports of a coup in Khartoum
Sam Imrie is on trial at the High Court in Edinburgh.
Seven former 911 dispatchers are suing Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, after they claim they were fired for raising concerns about racism within the emergency call centre
Adele has announced she will perform in London in 2022 in what will be her first live shows in five years - with some fans reporting her website has "crashed" already before the tickets are even on sale. The 33-year-old singer, whose high-profile comeback single Easy On Me broke records when it debuted at number one last week, with the highest first-week streams of any track in chart history, will play at Hyde Park in July. Adele shared the news on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday morning with a simple "Oiii Oiiiiiiiiiiiii" message signposting fans to register for a presale on her website.
Social media abuse “which rots away the very foundations of society” must be stopped, 50 Conservative MPs have told technology giants.
Former Facebook employee and whistleblower Frances Haugen answered questions from the UK Parliament’s Joint Online Safety Committee in London on October 25.Haugen — an American data scientist who released internal Facebook documents to the media and the US government’s Securities and Exchange Commission — answered questions from members of parliament and gave her opinions on the company’s internal workings and safety measures in regards to child safety, misinformation, and extremism.The Joint Online Safety Committee invited Haugen to speak as a witness as it is in the process of drafting its Online Safety Bill. Credit: Parliament TV via Storyful
Heathrow "on the cusp of a recovery" its chief executive has said after the airport posted its first full quarter of passenger growth since 2019. Britain's busiest airport benefitted from strong pent-up demand for travel as pandemic-related restrictions continue to ease around the world. Heathrow chief executive John Holland-Kaye said: "We are on the cusp of a recovery which will unleash pent-up demand, create new quality jobs and see Britain's trade roar back to life - but it risks a hard landing unless secured for the long-haul."
Turkey’s move to expel ambassadors over activist’s jailing risks widening rift with west. Envoys from 10 countries – including US, Germany and France – to be declared persona non grata
Even with new and updated climate action plans, and pledges from major polluters, the world is on track for 2.7C of warming, a UN report shows.
The NHS is to get a £6 billion Budget boost for operations and screening in a bid to reduce record backlogs, Rishi Sunak will announce this week.
The monarch, 95, held audiences by video-call from her Berkshire royal residence, Windsor Castle.
A data engineer told MPs the company’s own research showed Instagram is more dangerous for teenagers than other social media such as TikTok.
Carl Davies changed his plea before a jury was sworn in at Caernarfon Crown Court.
Incident ‘not random’ as police say owner of house and arrested man know each other
Beijing and Wuhan marathons postponed as China battles Delta outbreak. Authorities warn Covid cases likely to rise after cases were detected in 11 provinces
This year’s U.N. climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland, marks the 26th time since 1995 that world leaders have gathered to confront global warming. 1800s - Throughout the 1800s, several European scientists study how different gases and vapours can trap heat in Earth’s atmosphere. In the 1890s, Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius calculates the temperature effect of a doubling of atmospheric CO2, showing that burning fossil fuels would likely warm the planet.
Artist said he is much happier to ‘chat’ and ‘exchange stories’ with fans