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Zara Larsson: ‘I turned 18 and my mentors started making comments about my body’
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Wesley Snipes: ‘They made it very seductive to do action movies’
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Inside story of Soccer Saturday shake-up after Sky Sports axed three pundits
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Royal Family LIVE: Meghan WON'T cut interview due to Philip's ill health, claims insider
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Meghan Markle’s Former Suits Co-Star Slams Royal Family’s ‘Obscene’ Treatment Of Her Ahead Of Oprah Interview
A former co-star of Meghan Markle has spoken out to defend her ahead of her and Prince Harry’s TV interview with Oprah Winfrey.Patrick J. Adams, who starred alongside Meghan in the US series Suits, posted a lengthy Twitter thread on Friday evening, in which he slammed the Royal Family for their “obscene” treatment of her.The actor, who played Meghan’s love interest on the legal drama until she quit the show in 2018, went on to accuse the royals of being “bankrupt of decency”.“Meghan Markle and I spent the better part of a decade working together on Suits,” the 39-year-old tweeted. “From day one she was an enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, giving, joyful and supportive member of our television family. She remained that person and colleague as fame, prestige and power accrued.”Meghan Markle and I spent the better part of a decade working together on Suits. From day one she was an enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, giving, joyful and supportive member of our television family. She remained that person and colleague as fame, prestige and power accrued.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021He went on to say that Meghan “has always been a powerful woman with a deep sense of morality and a fierce work ethic and has never been afraid to speak up, be heard and defend herself and those she holds dear.”“It sickened me to read the endless racist, slanderous, clickbaiting vitriol spewed in her direction from all manner of media across the UK and the world but I also knew that Meghan was stronger than people realized or understood and they would regret underestimating her,” he continued.“And then they welcomed Archie. And on any sort of decent planet that would be a time to stop sharpening the knives and let these two people enjoy the magical early months and years of starting a family. But we don’t live on that planet and instead the hunt continued.”She has always been a powerful woman with a deep sense of morality and a fierce work ethic and has never been afraid to speak up, be heard and defend herself and those she holds dear. Like the rest of the world, I have watched her navigate the last few years in astonishment.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021She fell in love, moved to a new country, became a household name across the entire globe and began the difficult work of trying to find her place in a family dynamic that can at best be described as complicated and at worst, seemingly archaic and toxic.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021It sickened me to read the endless racist, slanderous, clickbaiting vitriol spewed in her direction from all manner of media across the UK and the world but I also knew that Meghan was stronger than people realized or understood and they would regret underestimating her.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021And then they welcomed Archie. And on any sort of decent planet that would be a time to stop sharpening the knives and let these two people enjoy the magical early months and years of starting a family. But we don’t live on that planet and instead the hunt continued.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021Several teaser clips of the Duke and Duchess Of Sussex sitting down with Oprah have been released ahead of the US airing of the interview, including one where Meghan accuses the royal family of “perpetuating falsehoods” about her and husband Prince Harry.Patrick also addressed claims of bullying made against Meghan, who is pregnant with her second child. Buckingham Palace said it was launching an investigation into the allegations.“It’s OBSCENE that the Royal Family, who’s newest member is currently GROWING INSIDE OF HER, is promoting and amplifying accusations of ‘bullying’ against a woman who herself was basically forced to flea the UK in order protect her family and her own mental health,” Patrick wrote.It’s OBSCENE that the Royal Family, who’s newest member is currently GROWING INSIDE OF HER, is promoting and amplifying accusations of “bullying” against a woman who herself was basically forced to flea the UK in order protect her family and her own mental health.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021IMO, this newest chapter and it’s timing is just another stunning example of the shamelessness of a institution that has outlived its relevance, is way overdrawn on credibility and apparently bankrupt of decency.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021Find someone else to admonish, berate and torment. My friend Meghan is way out of your league.— Patrick J Adams (@halfadams) March 5, 2021He added that the latest drama “is just another stunning example of the shamelessness of a institution that has outlived its relevance, is way overdrawn on credibility and apparently bankrupt of decency.“Find someone else to admonish, berate and torment. My friend Meghan is way out of your league.”Suits creator Aaron Korsh, also shared his support for Meghan on Twitter Friday, writing, “Meghan Markle is not a monster. She’s a strong woman with a kind heart who’s trying to make her way in an unimaginable situation.”In a lengthy Instagram post shared on Friday, Abigail Spencer, another former Suits co-star, shared a tribute to Meghan.“I’ve learned so much from Meg. The power of a handwritten note. The loveliness of surprise flowers. That she has a perpetual rolodex in her brain of recommendations for the heart, soul, & body,” she wrote. “She’s always been a safe harbor for me, someone I can fall apart in front of... and with. And I have.”READ MORE:How To Watch Meghan Markle And Prince Harry's Oprah Winfrey Interview In The UK'It Wasn't My Choice To Make': Meghan Markle Claims She Had To Turn Down Previous Oprah InterviewBen Fogle Expertly Shuts Down Piers Morgan's Meghan Markle Question On Good Morning Britain
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Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes would ‘walk into’ Manchester City team, claims Chris Sutton
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Unearthed footage of Manchester in the 60s shows people wearing face masks
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Travel and festival booking spend surged after roadmap revealed
Spending on holidays surged by 109% in the week after Boris Johnson announced the roadmap out of lockdown, new research has revealed.
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Millions of items are lost, damaged or stolen during home moves: Here's how to keep your stuff safe
Home movers have seen four million possessions lost, damaged or stolen during transit over the past 12 months, costing them £700 on average. Here's how to make sure your stuff stays safe.
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All the clues Harry and Meghan left that showed Megxit was 'inevitable'
'Megxit' first happened in January 2020 and came as a surprise to many - but there was evidence Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were unhappy with royal life right from the start
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Indian farmers mark 100th day of protest with road blockade
Thousands of Indian farmers have blocked a massive expressway on the edges of New Delhi to mark the 100th day of protests against agricultural laws they say will devastate their income
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BBC's 'drumming weatherman' Owain Wyn Evans on how he overcame 'gay shame'
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Why Covid tests won't be forced on pupils says Manchester headteacher
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Lockdown made me move in with the man I'd only met four times before
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6 things you know if you really, really miss hugging people
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Birdsong in a Time of Silence by Steven Lovatt review – lockdown's high notes
An illustrated record begun in the ‘strangest spring’ of 2020 celebrates the enduring beauty and culture of birdlifeIn spring 2020, as Covid-19 spread fear and infection around the globe, seismologists were able to track “a wave of silence passing over the earth, its course exactly following that of the virus”. According to Steven Lovatt, silence descended on Britain, perhaps for the first time since the Industrial Revolution: “Finally, the earth could hear itself think, and the voice of its thought was song.”The pandemic struck in the northern hemisphere just at the moment when birdsong was resuming after the bleak winter months. That “strangest spring” will be remembered not just for the new virus, but as the time when the nation became aware of birdsong. Silent streets and gardens were filled with “a rising choir of chirps, trills and warbles”. People shared recordings made on their phones of “the woozy fluting of blackbirds” and “the deep purring of wood pigeons”. Continue reading...
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Brexit LIVE: UK negotiators set to break India tradition and secure £23bn superdeal
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Where are Dancing On Ice winners? secret romance, injuries and the dreaded curse
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Wenger's last 10 signings at Arsenal and their impact on club's future
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BBC Weather: Freezing Arctic blast grips UK over the next 48 hours amid snow risk
THE latest BBC weather forecast shows a freezing Arctic blast taking its toll across the UK this weekend, as temperatures plunge below freezing and even raise a risk of snowfall.
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Speedy variants power virus surge sweeping Europe
Fast-spreading mutant versions of the coronavirus are powering another uptick in infections in Europe
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Inside Amazon Fresh's new 'dystopian' store with no tills and booze 'bouncers'
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UK coronavirus live: Free rapid Covid tests now available for all businesses in England
All businesses in England are now able to sign up to receive free rapid coronavirus tests under the Government’s workplace testing programme.
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New variants ‘very unlikely’ to stop great British summer, expert claims
New variants of Covid-19 are unlikely to stop Britain returning to normal this summer, an expert has claimed.
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Fit in my 40s: a virtual rave with sabers and songs – what’s not to like? | Zoe Williams
In Beat Saber, you slice away at big squares that come rushing at you – it’s like colouring in and partying at the same timeWhen somebody suggested Beat Saber to me, I wasn’t interested. First, it looks rather intimidating from the demo videos: you’re inside a virtual reality headset, with a controller in each hand, which resembles a swishing lightsaber on your screen. You have to slice through bright blue and red blocks as they come rushing towards you, having first noticed which way their arrows point. Plus there’s music. If you can imagine being in an arcade with a hangover, that’s the dread that went through me.Second, you have to invest in a headset. There are about six that people recommend – including a thrifty Hamswan one (£19.99) – but only one that’s a stand-alone, in that you don’t need to already have a PC to connect it to. I borrowed one, the Oculus. It’s expensive (£299) and I didn’t want to buy one. Except then I did, because I didn’t want to give it back. Continue reading...
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Five of England's less-visited counties for days out and short breaks
Our writers reveal treasures from their patch – quieter parts of the country that are richly deserving of a visitFor millions of readers around the world, the image of the country between the mouths of the rivers Tyne and Wear was woven by Catherine Cookson, the region’s most prolific and popular author. Cookson’s was a landscape of collieries, shipyards, rumbling coal trains, sooty-faced kids and the instantly nostalgic tones of pithead silver bands playing Haydn. While fragments of her world remain – mainly in the doughty cheerfulness of the locals – over the past four decades, as heavy industry has receded, a more distant past has emerged. Continue reading...
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M&S Bank to shut all current accounts and in-store branches
Customers will have to look for new bank as focus turns to credit cards and other servicesMarks & Spencer’s banking arm is shutting down its current accounts, forcing customers who hold them to look for a new provider.M&S Bank – which is a joint venture between HSBC and the retailer – says all of its current accounts will close in August, along with its Monthly Saver account. In addition, the 29 in-store M&S Bank branches will close in early July. Continue reading...
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Cows might fly: Ireland to jet calves to Europe to cut travel time
Expanding dairy herds have seen surplus male calves shipped to the continent for veal, but there is unease over welfare conditionsIrish authorities have announced plans to fly unweaned dairy calves from Ireland to other EU destinations from May, in an effort to address growing unease about the length of the journeys made by thousands of animals shipped each year to mainland Europe.The Irish government has been subject to sustained scrutiny over live calf exports and the decision to experiment with flights, which will significantly cut travel time, comes as a European parliament committee of inquiry examines alleged failures across Europe in enforcing rules on protecting transported animals. Continue reading...
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MI5 involvement in drone project revealed in paperwork slip-up
Exclusive: Document produced by university cited agency as secret funder of researchFor an agency devoted to secrecy and surveillance, it is an embarrassing slip-up. An inadvertent disclosure on a university document has revealed that MI5 is partly behind what was meant to be a covert bug and drone research project.Ostensibly, Imperial College’s research was to create a quadcopter system for charging remote agricultural sensors – but MI5’s participation has emerged because somebody involved stated it was the secret second funder of the programme. Continue reading...
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Hot and sour soup and a tangy stew: Ravinder Bhogal's recipes for mussels
A spicy-sour broth with rice that’s like a south Indian take on Thai hot-and-sour soup, and a bulgur and mussel stew spiked with tangy yoghurtIn the shellfish popularity stakes, mussels are not as revered as lobsters or oysters, but they do have a loyal fan base – for good reason. British rope-grown varieties are one of the most sustainable sources of food, and are sweet and so plump that they look as if they’ve been on steroids. What I have always found particularly rewarding about mussels is that they are cheap, easy and quick to cook, as well as versatile enough to work well with flavours from a global larder. Continue reading...
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Budget 2021: what do the changes mean for homebuyers?
We look at what the measures on 95% mortgages and the stamp duty holiday will mean in practiceWhen the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced his budget on Wednesday, he talked about the government’s goal of turning generation rent into “generation buy”. The measures he outlined to help would-be homebuyers had been heavily trailed – an extension to the stamp duty holiday he launched last year for England and Northern Ireland, and a new UK scheme to bring back 95% mortgages. But the budget documents brought more detail. We have looked at the small print to see what the measures will mean for homebuyers. Continue reading...
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Manchin, key Senate swing vote, boosts West Virginia's hopes
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin has the best shot in years to steer federal dollars back home to West Virginia
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