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Our critics’ guide to a summer of music, movies and culture - podcast
Guardian culture writers Alex Needham, Ellen E Jones and Michael Cragg make their picks of the best of this summer in arts and cultureWith festival season about to begin, blockbusters scheduled for the big screen and newspapers filling up with lists of summer reading, the Guardian culture writers Alex Needham, Ellen E Jones and Michael Cragg take Nosheen Iqbal on a guided tour of the summer. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Man Utd news: Mount responds to transfer interest, Garnacho broken after FA Cup final
Manchester United suffered a 2-1 defeat against Manchester City in the FA Cup final on Saturday as the Red Devils' season came to an end at Wembley StadiumMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
CBI faces crunch D-Day vote on its future
Members of the business organisation will vote whether to accept recommendations put forward to reshape it.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Love Island returns with new batch of contestants for 10th season
A semi-professional footballer who is deaf in one ear and a model who has appeared in a Burna Boy music video are among the new cast.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Holly Willoughby set to return to This Morning duties following Schofield exit
The TV presenter has been pictured on holiday in Portugal with her family while taking a break from the ITV show.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Deposit return deadline looms as recycling scheme faces uncertainty
The scheme is due to be brought in next March, but faces being scrapped if glass is not included.London News | London Evening Standard -...
NHS admits to using taxpayers' money to SPY on dead father-of-five's widow
Louise Slorance (pictured) is leading a campaign to find answers regarding a catalogue of deaths at Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, including that of her late husband Andrew.Home | Daily Mail Online
Man to face court after Derby race protest at Epsom
Police charged Ben Newman, 32, from Hackney, east London, with causing public nuisance.London News | London Evening Standard -...
Kathleen Folbigg pardoned after 20 years in jail over deaths of her four children
Release comes after inquiry heard that Folbigg and her two daughters had rare genetic variation and her son may have died from an underlying neurogenetic disorderFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastKathleen Folbigg has been pardoned and will be released “without delay” following a decision of the New South Wales attorney general Michael Daley.Folbigg, who has always maintained her innocence, has spent 20 years of a 25-year sentence in prison since she was convicted in 2003 of murdering three of her children, and the manslaughter of one child. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Brazil police charge alleged mastermind behind murders of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira
Alleged leader of ‘transnational criminal organisation’ and a supposed subordinate have been charged over the 2022 murders of journalist and Indigenous expertBrazilian police have charged the alleged leader of a “transnational criminal organization” with being the mastermind of the murders of Dom Phillips and Bruno Pereira in the Amazon one year ago.The British journalist and the Brazilian Indigenous expert were shot dead while returning from a reporting trip to the remote Javari valley region on 5 June 2022. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Nearly 80 primary schoolgirls believed poisoned in Afghanistan
Two schools in northern province targeted, says education official, who suggested the attacker was motivated by a personal grudge Nearly 80 girls were poisoned and hospitalised in two separate attacks at their primary schools in northern Afghanistan, a local education official said on Sunday.He said the person who orchestrated the poisoning had a personal grudge but did not elaborate. The attacks took place in Sar-e-Pul province over Saturday and Sunday. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Old multi-storey car parks cannot cope with heavy electric vehicles, warn engineers
The urgent guidance follows the collapse of a multi-storey car park in New York City in April, in which one person died and five were taken to hospitalUK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Great Barrier Reef: How AI, wildlife experts and everyday Aussies are banding together to save site
The Great Barrier Census, is a large scale reconnaissance project that allows members of the public to analyse photos to identify what sections of the reef are damaged.Home | Daily Mail Online
Michael J. Fox takes a tumble on stage during a Back to the Future panel
Michael J. Fox suffered a tumble on stage during a Back to the Future Q&A panel at Fan Expo in Philadelphia over the weekend.Home | Daily Mail Online
Warning as most common day to suffer a serious heart attack revealed
Scientists have been unable to fully explain this "Blue Monday" phenomenon and previous studies suggesting heart attacks are more likely on a Monday highlighted an association with the body's sleep or wake cycleMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Investigators to 'compare soil samples from Algarve to dirt found on Madeleine McCann suspect's van'
Investigators are comparing soil samples collected during the recent search for Madeleine McCann with dirt found on the prime suspect's camper van, it has emerged.Home | Daily Mail Online
Liverpool could let Thiago Alcantara leave for free amid midfield transfer revamp
Liverpool's midfield revamp is set to take centre stage but they're also thinking long-term with Thiago unlikely to be offered a new deal, with his contract expiring in 12 monthsMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Sudan fighting escalates after breakdown in ceasefire talks
The latest shaky truce between country’s army and RSF paramilitary came to an end on Saturday evening and has not been extendedFighting has intensified in several areas of Khartoum after a ceasefire deal expired, residents of Sudan’s capital reported, as activists said a new outburst of violence in North Darfur state had left at least 40 people dead.The ceasefire between Sudan’s army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) began on 22 May and expired on Saturday evening. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Love Island's Jess Harding claims former star slid into her DMs but he's 'too old'
Blonde bombshell Jess Harding is one of 10 new singletons heading to Majorca for Love Island and she has already caught the attention of a former star of the ITV reality dating showMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
19 killed in southwest China landslide covering mine worker dormitory
Authorities in southwestern China say 19 people have been killed in a landslide that tore through a mining company's worker dormitoryThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Scotland's top civil servant accused of 'dodging questions' about Sturgeon police investigation
Permanent Secretary John-Paul Marks (pictured) was asked if Ms Sturgeon had disclosed that she and former SNP chief Peter Murrell were subject to a police probe.Home | Daily Mail Online
Pressure builds on Johnny Kitagawa’s J-pop agency to address abuse claims
Survivors want talent firm Johnny & Associates to fully investigate sexual abuse allegations against late founderPressure is building on one of Japan’s most powerful talent agencies to address allegations of sexual abuse by its founder, Johnny Kitagawa, as survivors and celebrities call for a public reckoning.Kitagawa, who died in 2019 aged 87, has been accused of sexually assaulting multiple boys, but it is claimed he evaded justice because his victims knew that speaking out would ruin their careers. Continue reading...News, sport and opinion from the...
Barry Newman - best known for his roles in Vanishing Point and Petrocelli - dies at 92
The Boston-born entertainer, best known for his role as Kowalski in the 1971 crime thriller Vanishing Point, passed away May 11.Home | Daily Mail Online
US, UK navies say they respond to distress call as Iran's Revolutionary Guard 'harassed' ship
The U.S. Navy says its sailors and the United Kingdom Royal Navy came to the aid of a ship in the crucial Strait of Hormuz after Iran’s Revolutionary Guard “harassed” itThe Independent | News | UK and Worldwide...
Chief constable says racism is endemic across the whole of society
Chief Constable Sir Iain Livingstone (pictured) has vowed to crack down on 'canteen culture' and offensive banter.Home | Daily Mail Online
That ship has sailed! Port bans boats from sounding horns as they leave after ONE noise complaint
Cruise ships sailing from Invergordon, Easter Ross, have been told not to use their horns on leaving the Cromarty Firth.Home | Daily Mail Online
Fatal heart attacks more common on a Monday, research suggests
Scientists continue to be baffled by the findings and cannot fully explain this why this ‘Blue Monday' phenomenon occurs.UK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Tammy Abraham taken off on stretcher with horror knee injury on final day of season
Tammy Abraham's summer plans are in tatters after he suffered a horror injury as Roma defeated Spezia in their final game of the Serie A season, with the striker in tears as he was stretched offMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
TST $1 million winner, result and how Wrexham, West Ham and Premier League heroes fared
The first TST is now over and the only amateur club in the competition went home with the $1 million prize, beating the likes of West Ham and Wrexham to the inaugural crownMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Loud explosion in Washington DC area 'caused by military jets'
Alarmed residents flooded emergency services with panic calls as their windows were rattled by the sound of a loud explosion. It was later explained that the noise was caused by two F-16 jets scrambling to deal with an unresponsive civilian aircraftUK News | World News | Breaking News and...
Newspaper headlines: Mortgage rates 'squeeze' and 'Phil won't watch Holly'
The cost of mortgages rising and Holly Willoughby's return to This Morning feature on Monday's front pages.UK - BBC News
Trans inmate to be moved to women's prison and get vaginoplasty after suing Minnesota DOC
A Minnesota transgender woman serving prison time on a drug charge has successfully sued the state Department of Corrections for discrimination and will be transferred to a women's prison.Home | Daily Mail Online
You're more likely to have serious heart attack on a Monday than on any other day, scientists reveal
Analysis of health service records shows the likelihood of a heart attack occurring is 13 per cent greater on the first day of the working week.Home | Daily Mail Online
Britain and America's relationship is still so special, says deputy US ambassador to UK
Matthew Palmer (pictured), deputy US ambassador to the UK, was speaking at celebrations to mark the centenary of the Harmsworth Chair at Oxford University.Home | Daily Mail Online
Banknotes worth nearly £9BILLION haven't been cashed in despite not being legal tender since October
Plastic notes with new security features have replaced paper banknotes but the Bank of England said redundant notes could still be deposited or exchanged at banks and some post offices.Home | Daily Mail Online
Antiques Roadshow guest stunned at value of Lewis Hamilton's old gear
An Antiques Roadshow guest was stunned to learn the value of some of Lewis Hamilton's old gear during Sunday's episode of the show.Home | Daily Mail Online
Royals snub Lilibet's birthday as Harry and Meghan's daughter turns two
Celebrations for Lilibet were likely to be with Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, her brother Prince Archie and grandmother DoriaMirror Online: The intelligent tabloid....
Cheryl to 'make revealing documentary' about rollercoaster life that could lead to TV 'bidding war'
The former pop singer is believed to be following in the footsteps of Ed Sheeran and Beyonce and is now in talks with a production company.Home | Daily Mail Online
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Starmer's dangerous dash to net zero
DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Should any proof be required of the chaos a Labour government would wreak on this country, look no further than Sir Keir Starmer's obsession with net zero.Home | Daily Mail Online
PM to pledge £1billion to train tens of thousands of extra nurses, midwives, doctors and dentists
The Prime Minister hopes the extra funding will help fix the NHS staffing crisis as it battles to meet demand with 112,000 vacancies.Home | Daily Mail Online
Games Inbox: Predicting the next Legend Of Zelda game, June Nintendo Direct, and The Last Of Us Part 1 cheap
The Monday letters page agrees that both Xbox and PlayStation are acting foolishly at the moment, as one reader recommends Chained Echoes.Metro.co.uk: News, Sport, Showbiz,...
Elon Musk joins outcry over claims government unit worked with firms to stifle lockdown criticisms
A report claims that the Counter-Disinformation Unit (CDU), which leads the Government's response to 'disinformation threats' online, was used during the pandemic to curb critics of lockdown.Home | Daily Mail Online