Fearne Cotton at house that was visited by police over Covid breach concerns
The star was reportedly at a small outdoor gathering at a property in West London earlier this month, which was visited by police following 'a number of calls' expressing concerns about a potential Covid rule breach
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Liverpool FC XI vs West Brom: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury updates today
Liverpool have Champions League qualification back in their sights, but know nothing less than three wins from their three remaining Premier League games will do - starting at West Brom today.
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Hancock outlines UK plan to avoid 'explosion' in Indian variant cases amid roadmap fears
MATT HANCOCK rejected suggestions from Sky News' host Sophy Ridge' that the Government would "row back" on its lockdown easing plan, insisting that the Government has a "strategy" in place to avoid an explosion of Indian variant cases.
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Crystal Palace XI vs Aston Villa: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury updates today
Roy Hodgson insists retirement has not crossed his mind as Crystal Palace prepare to face Aston Villa this afternoon.
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Saturday Night Live teases Tom Cruise about his height and Golden Globes protest
Episode also tackled confusion over new Covid mask guidelines
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Tottenham XI vs Wolves: Predicted lineup, confirmed team news, latest injury updates today
Ryan Mason has no fresh injury concerns for today’s visit of Wolves, but Tottenham’s interim head coach may be tempted to tinker with his side after last weekend’s 3-1 defeat at Leeds.
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Manchester United ‘more confident than ever’ over finalising £85m Jadon Sancho transfer
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'Goodbye woke wonders!' BBC rival GB News to start broadcasting 'within weeks'
GB NEWS, which is set to rival the BBC, will start broadcasting "within weeks", and commentators have been quick to react to the prospect of the Beeb having another competitor.
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Matt Hancock says India strain may 'spread like wildfire' without jabs
The Health Secretary said there was a "high degree of confidence" that the jab works against the new strain but refused to rule out local lockdowns
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Chelsea vs Barcelona lineups: Predicted XIs, confirmed team news for Women’s Champions League Final
Two of Europe’s top clubs face off this evening as Chelsea and Barcelona go head to head in the Women’s Champions League Final.
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Chelsea vs Barcelona: Women’s Champions League final 2021 prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream
Chelsea are looking to continue their incredible season by becoming European champions for the first time as they meet Barcelona in this evening’s Women’s Champions League final.
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Eurostar row: UK 'has no obligation' to save rail service despite France pressure
EUROSTAR has been at the centre of a disagreement between the UK and France, but an economist has told Express.co.uk that Britain "has no obligation" to help the company.
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Matt Hancock warns those with two vaccine doses 'may still die' as Indian variant spreads
MATT HANCOCK has warned people who have been fully vaccinated may still die from coronavirus as the Indian variant spreads through Britain.
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Covid live: Matt Hancock says ‘high degree of confidence’ vaccines work against Indian variant, but urges caution
UK health secretary says England will not make decision on further unlocking scheduled for 21 June until a week beforeJohnson ‘must think again on plans to relax Covid rules’ 9.03am BST In England, a decision on whether all legal restrictions can be ended next month will be made on June 14, Matt Hancock said. The health secretary said there will be a “very, very large number of cases” if the Indian variant “gets out of hand”.“We do need to make sure we don’t get that explosion in cases, so we need to be cautious, we need to be careful, we need to be vigilant.“We will make a final decision for step 4, which is the biggest step in the road map, we will make that decision on June 14.” 9.00am BST China carried out around 12.4 million vaccinations against Covid-19 on May 15, bringing the total number of administered doses to 392.99 million, the country’s National Health Commission said on Sunday.Mainland China reported 18 new cases on May 15, up from 14 cases a day earlier. The National Health Commission (NHC) said that 4 of the new cases were local infections, all in China’s northeastern Liaoning province. The rest originated overseas. Continue reading...
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West Brom vs Liverpool: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds today
Liverpool can today move to within one point of fourth-placed Chelsea with a victory over West Brom as the race for Champions League qualification hots up.
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Tottenham vs Wolves: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds today
Tottenham will likely have to win their three remaining Premier League games to pip West Ham to Europa League qualification, starting with the visit of Wolves this afternoon.
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Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa: Prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds today
Climbing up the table is the order of the day on Sunday lunchtime for both Crystal Palace and Aston Villa as they look to end the season on a high.
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Chelsea's summer state of play - Haaland transfer, Tuchel deal, potential exits
Chelsea may be preparing for a quieter summer after their £220million spree in 2020, but Thomas Tuchel has some issues to iron out at Stamford Bridge.
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EastEnders star Paul Nicholls reveals cocaine relapse and fears: ‘If I don’t stop, I will die’
The actor’s been attending Narcotics Anonymous in a fight to stay clean.
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You want to go on holiday abroad and pay later ... but be aware of the risks
Demand is pushing up prices, and many are seeking a loan to cover costs. It’s never been easier, but keep your eyes openWe are now free to go on holiday, but it will cost us. As the government unveiled the list of countries British holidaymakers can go to without having to quarantine on their return, demand jumped. This, combined with limited flights, has led to a sharp increase in prices for trips to “green list” countries such as Portugal.At the same time, the number of people looking to borrow to finance their holiday has increased, suggesting they are willing to spread the cost in order to get away. Continue reading...
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Notes on chocolate: spring eggs to make you sing like a thrush
These hand-painted little beauties are so delicious, everyone who tasted one was movedJust as Christ was shaking off his shroud to rise from the dead (remember I am Catholic, I can make these jokes; you can’t), I tested some Chocolate Detective ‘mini’ eggs. They came too late for my Easter roundup. But that’s OK because, despite being eggs, they are really a celebration of spring. Chantal Coady, aka the Chocolate Detective and a very knowledgable name in the world of chocolate, is behind them.They came too late for my Easter round up, but that’s OK because they are really a celebration of spring Continue reading...
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Cameron, Alexander, Osborne, Clegg: how the austerity ‘quad’ sold their souls | Will Hutton
The 2010 coalition was a disaster. Its leaders have done little to restore their reputationIt was excruciating. To watch a former British prime minister before a committee of MPs last week trying to explain away his aggressive lobbying of ex-colleagues on behalf of Greensill, which has since collapsed into insolvency, was as humiliating as it was distressing. That we are citizens of a country whose former leader can behave in such a way is shocking. He claimed that lobbying for Greenshill was consistent with a commitment to public service. Really?Worse was the glaring mismatch between the former puritan apostle of austerity – we are all in this together – and the compromising of such values. And not only him. In varying degrees, the other three members of the coalition quad – chancellor George Osborne, deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and chief secretary Danny Alexander, who together imposed “peak austerity” between 2010 and 2015 – have all walked away from the public square only to raise major questions about how their new lives are consistent with their old and thus the credibility of what all politicians say as they vie for support. Our democracy is the weaker. Continue reading...
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EastEnders spoilers: Sonia Fowler is left raging by a harsh insult from Dotty Cotton
How bad will this feud get?
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Emmerdale spoilers: Kim Tate’s poisoner accidentally kills her with overdose?
The end of Kim?
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Coronation Street spoilers: Sharon Bentley faces terrible guilt as she has Sam Blakeman killed?
Sharon's plan has the potential to lead to a horrifying end.
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Home and Away spoilers: Nikau becomes a male model in the city?
He receives a surprising phone call.
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All the new rules for travelling through airports from May 17 explained
From Monday, May 17, international travel will be permitted once again, but there will be new rules to follow, so make sure you're clued up before you fly
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Covid vaccines are effective against Indian variant, early data suggests
Just over 1300 cases have been detected in the UK, Matt Hancock said today.
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One million Covid jabs a day to save British summer and see off Indian variant
Prime Minister Boris Johnson had said that the UK was working towards June 21 as the day when all social distancing rules would come to an end
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Stunning lakeside walk with celebrity chef pub and deli at the end
If you like a decent food and drink reward at the end of a scenic walk, then we've found the perfect place
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Alex Scott Shares Her Excitement After Football Focus Announcement: 'may just let out a little scream'
Alex Scott has voiced her excitement after being announced as the first ever permanent female presenter of the BBC’s Football Focus.On Saturday, it was confirmed that Alex would be taking over the job from departing host Dan Walker, who is stepping down after 12 years.She wrote about the news in a column for BBC Sport, stating: “When I was a kid, I would never have watched television and thought someone like me could be presenting a programme like Football Focus.“For the BBC to trust me with this role and allow me to be my true, authentic self means a lot.”Alex has long been rumoured for the role, but said she felt relieved at being finally able to address the news publicly.Tweeting about the announcement, she wrote: “Omg... may just let out a little scream. It’s finally out there and now it all feels real!!”Omg... may just let out a little scream
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Saturday Night Live: Kate McKinnon’s Dr Fauci explains new Covid mask rules
‘It’s your boy Fauci, the patron saint of Purell,’ said comedian as she introduced herself
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‘High degree of confidence’ that vaccines work against Indian variant of Covid, says Matt Hancock
Health secretary Matt Hancock has said that early evidence from Oxford University has given the government “a high degree of confidence” that vaccines work against the Indian variant of Covid-19.
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Young child killed as houses collapse in suspected gas explosion
Two people were also seriously injured in the incident in Heysham, Lancashire, in the early hours of Sunday.
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May 17 rule changes - what can we do from tomorrow?
MAY 17 will see freedoms not had since the summer months will return as the Government moves England to the next step of the roadmap out of lockdown. What can we do from tomorrow?
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'I caught Covid in my first week of uni - I've still not made it back'
Jessica Walsh has been diagnosed with long Covid and is now being referred for treatment
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Seth Rogen 'humiliated' by violent run-in with Beyonce's fearsome bodyguard
Actor Seth Rogen worked with the superstar on the Lion King but after spotting her at the Grammys, her security team hit him so hard he even spilled his drink
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Andrea Pirlo reveals how Cristiano Ronaldo reacted to being subbed off in Juventus’ victory over Inter Milan
The Portuguese was taken off with 20 minutes remaining in Turin.
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Lancashire gas explosion: Young child dead and four injured - major incident declared
A YOUNG child has died and four people have been seriously injured following a gas explosion in Lancashire.
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Will weddings be back to normal in 2021? Latest Covid-19 rules and guidance for your big day
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Katie Price’s son Junior Andre returns to social media after fighting Covid and he’s ‘feeling himself’
He’s back in action.
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Child killed and 4 injured as 'gas explosion' rips through three homes overnight
A major incident has been declared in Heysham, Lancashire, and nearby residents have been evacuated following the explosion which has destroyed as many as three homes
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Chelsea believe ahead of Champions League final a long time coming
Emma Hayes’ all-conquering side face Barcelona in European football’s biggest game on Sunday with the one trophy to elude them firmly in their sights
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Britain to host first global conference on LGBTQ+ rights
Event chaired by former Tory MP Nick Herbert will aim to ‘drive collective action for real change’ The first-ever global conference on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights is to be hosted in the UK next year, as the government races to fulfil its pledges to the international 42-country Equal Rights Coalition.The “Safe To Be Me” event is expected to be the largest of its kind and will invite elected officials, activists and policymakers from across the world to participate in London over two days in June 2022, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the first official London Pride marches. Continue reading...
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Labour won’t see power again until it remembers the essentials of winning | Andrew Rawnsley
On the all too rare occasions when it has achieved office in the past, Labour has done so with a broad appeal attracting diverse groups of votersNo political party has a divine right to exist. If they did, Britain would still be ruled by the Whigs. There have been a lot of doomy prognostications about Labour’s life expectancy since the big set of elections that alarmed many people in the party with the thought that the calamitous 2019 performance might not be the lowest they could go. A trauma was then turned into a crisis by Sir Keir Starmer. The test of a leader’s calibre is not whether he or she can avoid difficult moments. Those come with the job. The test is how they address the difficult moments. Sir Keir commended himself during his early period in charge as someone who came over as professional, serious and measured. He was none of those things when he responded to the results with a panicky, amateurish and divisive reshuffle in which he appeared intent on diminishing his deputy, Angela Rayner, only to end up giving her a mantelpiece-size set of grandiose-sounding titles. That fiasco has left Labour MPs dazed, confused, aggravated and much more doubtful as to whether their leader has a strategy for turning things around. He may be able to repair his reputation: look at the rollercoaster career of Boris Johnson to see how modern politics likes a comeback story. For now, Sir Keir’s authority is badly weakened and with it his capacity to carry his party with him. No bout of existential angst would be complete without an attention-seizing contribution from Tony Blair, Labour’s most electorally successful leader, weighing in to tell the party to “change or die”. Continue reading...
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Gerrard's emotional Anfield farewell, impressing Klopp, and Fergie U-turn
Today marks six years since Steven Gerrard's final Anfield appearance, with the Liverpool legend turning from midfield legend to coaching protege in the time since
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