Dominic West's wife Catherine FitzGerald wants to move to Ireland

Dominic West's wife Catherine FitzGerald told Tatler she is trying to convince the actor to move to her family seat in Ireland months after their marriage was rocked by scandal.
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Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell isolating after contact with Billy Gilmour, England confirm
The England duo came into contact with their Chelsea teammate following the game with Scotland on Friday
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How do we know that Dominic Cummings doesn’t care what the media thinks? He tells them every 20 minutes
It’s odd because if you were to describe someone who really cares what the media think, they would sound an awful lot like Dominic Cummings
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Man left for dead by racists 50 years ago ‘didn’t let them stop his success’
‘I was left in a pool of blood with a fractured skull and a busted body. In broad daylight.'
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Millionaire loses fight to cut down trees and save him two mile journey
The supermarket chain owner's plan prompted more than 150 objections.
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Grade-II listed mansion mentioned in Domesday Book goes on the market for £15million
Dinton Hall, located near Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, is one of the grandest country houses for sale in Britain today with a rich history, including a tragic fire.
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Murder probe launched after man, 29, dies following stabbing in High Road, Whetstone
Police have launched a murder investigation after a man stabbed in a high street brawl died in hospital.
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California man arrested in 42,000-pound pistachio heist as thieves target $5.2bn industry
It was the second “major bust” by the Tulare Sherriff's Office in the past year
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Anthony Joshua takes another swipe at Tyson Fury but remains hopeful fight can take place at the end of the year
Joshua set to fight Oleksandr Usyk in September.
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Hundreds of homes get go ahead in north Manchester as part of £4bn regeneration
Collyhurst Village is the latest scheme within the Victoria North masterplan to get planning permission
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Who could Wales play in the last 16 of Euro 2020?
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Newly elected Iran president wants nuclear talks but says he won’t meet with Biden
Asked whether he will meet with President Joe Biden, Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi said “no”
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Portal designer joins Xbox as cloud gaming senior director
Xbox has confirmed on Twitter that it has hired Kim Swift, best known for her work on Portal, as a new senior director for cloud gaming.
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Jealous mum glassed woman with broken vodka bottle at NYE party
Courtney Thompson has been jailed for the 'shocking and horrific attack'
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Scottish civil servants to stop investigating complaints against government ministers
Reforms come after controversy surrounding sexual harassment claims against Alex SalmondScottish civil servants will be stripped of their role investigating complaints against government ministers after the controversy surrounding sexual harassment claims against Alex Salmond.Nicola Sturgeon, Salmond’s successor as first minister, said on Monday her government had accepted it needed sweeping reforms to its handling of ministerial misconduct allegations and its ethics policies, after three independent reports criticised its policies. Continue reading...
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World champion cyclist Mark Cavendish could barely get up stairs after virus
As he makes a shock return to the Tour de France former world champion Mark Cavendish tells James Moore how he beat the virus that almost ended his cycling career
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Cummings steps up criticism of PM Johnson’s suitability for office
Boris Johnson’s former aide Dominic Cummings criticised the Prime Minister for a lack of focus.
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Sir Jeffrey Donaldson confirms he will run to become next DUP leader
In a statement on Monday evening, Sir Jeffrey called for unity to oppose the Northern Ireland Protocol.
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We 'signed' Harry Kane for Man City and the transfer results were amazing
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has again been linked with a big-money transfer to Manchester City this summer.
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WWE legend Mick Foley reveals how ‘bad’ mistake actually saved his life in iconic Hell In A Cell match
The match could have been fatal.
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Donald Trump's top security chief warns UK over Russian and Chinese cyber threat
General HR McMaster was giving evidence to Parliament's National Security Strategy Committee
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There are solutions to the housing crisis, but none of them are Tory | Polly Toynbee
Boris Johnson wants to ‘build, build, build’ but he needs property prices to keep rising. And it’s first-time buyers who are hitEnjoy the schadenfreude as angry Tories lacerate their party for losing the Chesham and Amersham byelection. The defeated candidate, Peter Fleet, bitterly lashes out at “the appalling state of our local roads” – though Tory Buckinghamshire is a low-spend, low-tax county and his Tory government halved all council funding.Enjoy the contradictions as Fleet says local Tories “want to hear more about traditional Conservative values” that “restore fiscal discipline”, fearing “a return to a bloated public sector” which stifles private enterprise and “demands ever higher taxes”. Telegraph letter-writers pile in with every favourite gripe explaining the defeat: “the expensive vanity project that is HS2”, “over-the-top Covid laws” and “inaction over illegal cross-Channel migration”. Continue reading...
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More than 70 companies urge Senate to pass voting rights bill
Pressure building from US businesses as Republicans poised to reject critical voting rights legislation
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Love Island's Liberty Poole predicted she'd land a place on the show last year
Marketing student Liberty Poole is heading for Love Island next week and if her tweets from last summer are anything to go by it seems the 21-year-old knew she was destined for the villa
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Below Deck Sailing Yacht’s Alli Dore announces she’s pregnant with her first child: ‘Our little ocean baby’
A Below Back baby boom.
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Woman 'in her 30s' killed in Wigan house fire
Emergency services were called to St James Grove, in Poolstock, on Sunday afternoon
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Lieutenant Colonel becomes one of most senior army officers to be jailed
Lt Col Adam Roberts received Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) from the military to keep two of his three sons at Old Buckenham Hall, a boarding school in Ipswich, Suffolk.
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Drag Race UK series 3 has finally been announced – and we couldn’t be any more excited
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Amputee ex-serviceman pays out thousands after company leaves him without a roof
Alan and Amiee Bigland, from Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, contacted Roofs For U Ltd after Amiee, 73, picked up a card advertising their services at a local shop
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New sanctions against companies linked to Myanmar military regime
The military launched a coup in Myanmar in February.
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Jos Buttler commits to every England match until end of Ashes after needed rest
Jos Buttler has missed England's last five Test matches due to the rest policy and his time at the IPL but with a busy summer and winter coming up the wicket-keeper batsman is ready to go flat out
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Israel cites progress in laser that shoots down drones
The Israeli military says it has successfully tested an airborne high-power laser that can shoot down drones, technology it hopes to deploy on a larger scale in the coming years
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US hitting encouraging milestones on virus deaths and shots
The U.S. is reaching a pair of encouraging milestones as the COVID-19 pandemic’s grip on the nation continues to loosen
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Dad accused of cheating after furious partner finds ‘wrong’ Father’s Day card
She smashed his laptop, phone and TV because she thought he had been keeping a second family secret.
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This Royal Academy shop row risks hindering understanding more than helping it
Perhaps the gallery felt it was making a gesture of support, but this course of action risks cutting off important conversations
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Mystery as police unable to ID body of man found washed up at cove by tourists
The man was discovered at Sennen Cove in rough sea conditions, but police have been left with no leads as to who the man may be, despite widespread inquiries and checks on missing persons, an inquest heard
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Working from home has benefits – for employers | Letters
Risks and maintenance costs are transferred to workers, writes Terry Kelly, while Janet Poliakoff believes it reduces carbon emissions and Caroline Mozley is glad there is still a choiceYour report that HSBC is planning to cut its global office footprint by 40% as a result of requiring its staff to work from home is somewhat misleading (Morgan Stanley boss tells US staff to be back in office in September, 15 June). In reality, what HSBC and a host of other companies are planning to do is cut the cost of their office footprint by transferring the square footage they pay for in town and city centres to the homes of their staff. So the total office space such companies use is not reduced, it is simply transferred, along with the cost, to the staff who are required to work from home.The implication, of course, is that HSBC et al will enjoy enormous cost savings in terms of rents, building maintenance and, not least of all, business rates, by moving commercial premises to residential settings. Quite apart from issues of planning (ie, residential premises being used for commercial purposes), there is the question of whether someone who uses their home officially for business purposes should be paying towards the shortfall in business rates that local authorities will lose out on as businesses vacate their city/town centre premises – not to mention the knock-on effect on service industries that depend on office workers for their livelihood. Also, who pays for cleaning the home/office space that employees use on behalf of their employer? Presumably the employee. Continue reading...
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Greater Manchester clean air zone could launch in May 2022
Mayor unveils details of plans to charge high-polluting vehicles and introduce public cycle hireGreater Manchester has approved plans for a clean air zone (CAZ) scheme in which high-polluting commercial and passenger vehicles will be charged to drive through the city.High-polluting heavy goods vehicles, buses and coaches will be charged £60 a day, vans £10 and taxi and private hire vehicles £7.50 to drive within the zone. Failure to pay will result in a £120 fine in addition to the daily charge. Private cars will be exempt. Continue reading...
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Chrissy Teigen ‘steps away’ from cleaning company amid bullying scandal to ‘focus on herself’
Cookbook author started ‘plant-powered’ cleaning company with Kris Jenner
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Liz Cheney has spent $58,000 on private security after death threats over her criticism of Trump
The congresswoman said that the Republican Party’s future should not include Donald Trump
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Flexible rail tickets: What are they and how much money could you save?
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Jared Kushner screamed at HHS chief 'we'll all be dead by June' in March 2020
Jared Kushner screamed at a health official, calling him a 'f****g moron' and crying 'we'll all be dead in June' after learning that a shipment of COVID-19 masks had been delayed last March. 
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Sadly, children’s services are not a political priority | Letters
Lucy Peake on the value of kinship care and Steven Walker on politicians’ indifference to the plight of children. Plus letters by June O’Sullivan and Megan JarvieIf the English children’s services system is a “tower of Jenga held together by Sellotape” (Children’s services in England shaky as Jenga tower, says review lead, 17 June), then kinship carers and the children they care for are the blocks that have already toppled off the sides.For too long, kinship care has been marginalised by policymakers and treated as the poor relation to adoption. Yet evidence tells us that well-supported kinship care offers continuity, stability and the preservation of important family bonds, the very same basic obligation to children that the independent review of children’s social care report outlines. Continue reading...
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Dozens shot across US in weekend of violence as Biden prepares to launch his anti-crime policy this week
Biden pushes Senate to pass gun reform to address ‘public health epidemic of gun violence’ – but Republicans oppose bills passed by House Democrats
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Ratchet & Clank sales increase in second week in UK top 10 – Games charts 19 June
Sony’s latest exclusive has enjoyed a second week at number one in the UK, with Forza Horizon 4 getting a boost thanks to its sequel at E3.
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Remote working isn’t a problem – clinging to office-based practices is a problem | Alexia Cambon
Do we need to go to offices? Work 9 to 5? At this unique moment in history, employers can rethink everythingThere have been few moments in the history of work as pivotal as the one we find ourselves in now. It took a pandemic to normalise remote working, and, despite the fears of many CEOs, most organisations saw no demonstrable loss of productivity. Now, the global workforce is demanding its right to retain the autonomy it gained through increased flexibility as societies open up again. Pre-pandemic, it was not uncommon for an employer to ask staff to justify their need to work from home. Post-pandemic, employees may ask employers to justify the need to come into the office.Yet many organisations are still resisting this more flexible future. They argue that employees’ wellbeing is compromised by remote working, and that unless they are brought back into the office, many more will suffer from “Zoom fatigue”. Continue reading...
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Stacey Solomon admits she went three weeks without washing her hair
Loose Women panellist Stacey Solomon has previously spoken about how little she washes her locks, and once said her hair 'smelt like chip fat'. She's now revealed she has washed her for the first time in three weeks
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Talking Point: Will Boris Johnson’s planning reforms produce vital housing supplies or ‘destroy London’s suburbs?’
Boris Johnson was today urged not to enable the “destruction” of London’s suburbs as he faced backlash over proposed “Wild West” planning reforms.
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