Playing well over two hours at the age of 80, McCartney visits some curious corners of his back catalogue – but the big hits are about as thrilling as live pop music gets
The town of Milford Haven is looking forward to the return of the Milford Haven Carnival, set to return next weekend “bigger and brighter than ever before.”
MORE THAN 100,000 people including royalty thronged Scarborough as the town's long wait to host the Armed Forces Day national celebration finally ended
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Sam Billings will take over as England wicketkeeper when the team resumes play in the third test against New Zealand on Sunday at Headingley after Ben Foakes tested positive for COVID-19. Foakes did not take the field in the afternoon on the third day's play after complaining of back pain and later returned a positive test after a check-up at the team hotel in Leeds. Jonny Bairstow deputised with the gloves during the tourists’ second innings but Billings, who made his test debut in the final match of the Ashes, has been drafted to take over for the rest of the match.
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett convened what is likely his last Cabinet meeting as premier on Sunday, with parliament expected to dissolve itself this week, triggering new elections in the fall. Bennett's decision to head to elections puts an end to an ambitious political project that united eight ideologically disparate parties that chose to put aside their differences to oust former leader Benjamin Netanyahu, the current opposition leader, who now has an opening to return to lead the country. The elections, the fifth the country has held in three years, deepen an unprecedented political crisis in Israel.
BORIS Johnson has been branded delusional by some of his own MPs after saying he was planning to serve at least three terms as Prime Minister.
At least 17 people were found dead in a South African tavern early on Sunday morning, officials said. “The South African Police Service confirms that about 17 people were found dead inside a local tavern in Scenery Park in the area of East London,” Police Spokesperson Brigadier Tembinkosi Kinana said. Scenery Park is in East London, a city in South Africa's Eastern Cape Province.
Resplendent sets from Olivia Rodrigo, Glass Animals, Metromony and Haim got the crowds at Worthy Farm buzzing on Day Four, before Paul McCartney brought the house down with Beatles hits and surprise guests galore
Boris Johnson is capable of winning the next general election, a cabinet colleague has insisted, as he said the ability to look forward is a good thing after the prime minister said he was eyeing a third term.
Hundreds of Syrian paratroopers took part in a joint drill with their Russian counterparts in the war-torn country in the second joint maneuver this month, state media reported. It said the aim was to train Syrian paratroopers how to respond in varied circumstances. Russia is a main backer of President Bashar Assad and has a broad presence in Syria where an 11-year conflict has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced half the country’s pre-war population.
Beyond every conversation about the statue of a racist is someone who has to wonder why their country builds monuments to people who think them “worse” or “less than” on the basis of their skin colour
4/5 The Houston rapper kicks off a life-affirming party at her first appearance at Worthy Farm