EastEnders spoilers: Chelsea Fox’s revenge plan is exposed?

Chelsea has managed to keep shtum about what she's up to, but is that all set to change?
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JD Sports store at Trafford Centre shut as staff test positive for coronavirus
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Miami building collapse: Police say 99 people still unaccounted for in Florida
Police say that 99 people are still unaccounted for after a condo building partially collapsed in Florida, killing at least one person.
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‘It borders on being immoral’: Biden condemns GOP voter suppression ahead of national tour to promote voting rights
Republicans have filed dozens of bills to hand election oversight to GOP-dominated state legislatures
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Let them drink kombucha: San Francisco’s lavish tech offices return as city still struggles
Tech workers return to chic, perk-filled offices around San Francisco, as city struggles to recover from pandemic
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All the red list countries for travel as Tunisia and Haiti added
More countries have been added to the red list for travel - including Tunisia and the Dominican Republic
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London 'stabbing': Emergency services rush to Tottenham after horror daylight attack
THERE are unconfirmed reports of a stabbing in Tottenham, north London.
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Dubai and Turkey remain on red list
Holiday favourites remain in high risk category
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Anton Du Beke says he will be a 'kinder judge' on Strictly Come Dancing 2021
Anton Du Beke has spoken to Alex Jones and Ronan Keating on The One Show about his appointment to the judging panel for Strictly Come Dancing 2021
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Pacific Northwest braces for record-breaking heat wave
Record-high heat is forecast in the Pacific Northwest this weekend, raising concerns about wildfires and the health of people in a region where many don’t have air conditioning
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Mainland Spain, Greece, Italy and France remain on amber list
Most of Europe fails to go green
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Xbox Game Pass is now part of Windows 11 – ‘best Windows ever for gaming’
Microsoft has officially announced Windows 11 and it adds a number of video game-related features, including auto HDR and improved SSD support.
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Parents of conjoined twins' agonising dilemma as splitting 'risks everything'
EXCLUSIVE: Twins Callie and Carter are joined together at the sternum and share vital organs and time is running out to decided whether or not to put them through a risky op or have them remain conjoined forever
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Anne Rice's 'Interview with the Vampire' set for AMC in 2022
Anne Rice’s “Interview with the Vampire” is rising again on screen, this time for TV
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One Good Turn review – everyday questions of love and mortality
Abbey, Dublin, and onlineUna McKevitt’s droll domestic drama shows us a day in the life of a family dealing with the ill health of an ageing fatherReopening to live audiences for the first time in 15 months, the Abbey theatre’s warm welcome seems to come with a tongue-in-cheek smile. As audience members are individually escorted to their socially distanced seats, they are presented on stage with what they may have just left at home: a domestic interior, fitted out in realistic detail from kitchen sink to television.Una McKevitt’s droll new play presents a single day in the life of a cooped-up family whose members are sorely in need of respite from each other. Although written during the pandemic, these characters are not actually in lockdown but tied together by the long-term illness of Frank (Bosco Hogan), who needs 24-hour care. His wife and carer, Brenda (Catherine Byrne), cannot leave the house without someone to keep an eye on him, and is fraying from exhaustion. Having chucked in her job, their adult daughter, Fiona (Liz Fitzgibbon), is back living at home – an unsatisfactory arrangement highlighted by a flying visit from her sister (Aoibhéann McCann). Continue reading...
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Ministers urged to back shore power tech to cut shipping industry's emissions
EXCLUSIVE: Maritime UK called on the Government to pump cash into the technology
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Man City 'to rival United' for Raphael Varane and more rumours
The latest Manchester City transfer rumours cover updates on Harry Kane, Nuno Mendes and Real Madrid's Raphael Varane.
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Manchester United are about to get an answer to David de Gea question
Second choice for Spain and facing competition from Dean Henderson at Manchester United, David De Gea's time at the very top is closer to the end than ever.
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Where is the Love Island villa and can you stay there?
Love Island returns very soon.
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Testimony: Photos ruined father-son bond before boy's death
The older son of a father on trial for his other son's murder in Colorado has testified in court
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All amber list countries for travel after latest review
There has been an update on foreign travel advice from the government - and this is the new list of amber countries
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Best of the Balearics: four Spanish islands to visit from the green list
Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera don’t just offer dazzling beaches, they’re also a paradise for walkers, cyclists and diversA lot of us have been dreaming of plunging into the Balearic Islands’ glittering seas over the last year, and with a bit of luck the fantasy may become a reality before too long.Floating in the Mediterranean isn’t the only thing on our Balearic wishlist though. We are thinking of staying in small hotels in inland villages, eating in restaurants that use the produce found in the surrounding countryside, and drinking wines from local vineyards. Of course, we still want to lie on the beach, but we might also want to explore by bike, paddle around the coast in a kayak or reboot on a yoga retreat. Continue reading...
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Ed Sheeran's Euro 2020 rallying cry for England stars after Harry Kane invite
The singer performed 'Three Lions' to Gareth Southgate's current crop as they awaited the final whistles in Group F on Wednesday night - which ultimately ensured a reunion with Germany in the last 16
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Carl Woods trolled over new tattoo with fans saying it looks like Jodie Marsh
Katie Price's fiance Carl Woods got a tattoo in Turkey to remind him of his bride to be, however, fans think the ink looks more like Katie's arch-nemesis Jodie Marsh
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EastEnders spoilers: Family shattered as character is found dead
Heartbreaking scenes unfolded.
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Fully vaccinated amber travellers will not have to quarantine from ‘later this summer’, government says
Move is ‘in recognition of successful domestic vaccination programme’
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Oregon governor commutes sentences of dozens of inmates who helped battle wildfires
Western states have used inmates to fight fires for decades
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Which countries are on the red list? Full list
There are now 56 countries on the high-risk list
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San Francisco to require vaccinations for all city employees
San Francisco city workers will be required to be vaccinated against the coronavirus when a vaccine receives full federal approval
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Former Manchester United and France star Mikael Silvestre aims dig at ‘inconsistent’ Paul Pogba
'He finds it difficult'
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Myleene Klass slams social media user who questioned if she got lip fillers
Singer and presenter Myleene Klass responded to a social media user who questioned her if she had 'got her lips done'
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Emmerdale fans compare flashback scenes to Dynasty and fear Kim's drugged Jamie
Viewers tuning into the ITV soap on Thursday evening were loving the throwback scenes and compared Kim Tate to Miss Marple as she explained how she faked her death
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Planned Parenthood defends Britney Spears after heartbreaking IUD revelation where she’s ‘blocked from getting pregnant’
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Which countries are on the green list?
There are 27 nations on the green list
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Molly-Mae Hague reveals endometriosis battle after doctors ignored her symptoms
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague is set to undergo keyhole surgery after being diagnosis with endometriosis
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How To Prove You’re Vaccinated With The NHS Covid Pass
You might have got a “I’ve had my Covid vaccination” sticker after getting your jab – or a small card with your name and the date – but there’s a more official way to prove you’ve been double jabbed.Foreign secretary, Grant Schapps, has announced those who have been double jabbed will be able to travel home from amber list countries without quarantining from later this summer. So how can you prove it?How to prove you’ve had two Covid vaccinations in EnglandFor travel, if there’s a requirement to have had two Covid vaccinations to the country you’re going to, or coming back from, you’ll be asked to show your vaccination status by officials.You can request an NHS Covid Pass to prove this on the NHS website or on the NHS app. This app is different to the NHS Covid-19 app, which you use to check into venues. To use the NHS app, you’ll need to be registered with a GP surgery and create a login. You’ll need your NHS number to do this, which is pretty easy to access online. Once logged in to the app, choose the ‘Get your NHS Covid Pass’ button. You can then press ‘travel’. It will take you to a screen that has details of your Covid-19 records. Press ‘show details’ and you’ll be shown a QR code, that will expire 30 days from the date of issue. To get a new one, you just log back in.You can also request an NHS Covid Pass letter on the NHS website. You’ll be asked some questions, so they can find your vaccine record, and then they’ll send a letter to to the address you have registered with your GP surgery. You should get this letter within five working days.And finally, people who have had both their jabs can also request an NHS Covid Pass letter by calling 119. This won’t show test results, and has no expiry date.What about in the rest of the UK?Those in Scotland aged 16 and over can request a paper copy of their vaccine status via the NHS inform website. You can also call 0808 196 8565. In Wales, there isn’t yet a digital pass to show vaccine status. There is a paper one, though and you can request one of these by calling 0300 303 5667. You need to have had at least five days since your second dose. In Northern Ireland, they are working on a paper-based Covid pass. It’s hoped it will be available by July, with digital passes available by summer. How to bring forward your second jabMany people initially had their second jab booked for 12 weeks after their first. However, it’s now possible to move your second jab earlier – to eight weeks after your first. This is to ensure maximum protection against the Delta variant. It’s best to do this by going on the NHS website and filling out your details. Some people have had to cancel their existing second jab appointment to be able to view earlier appointments and rebook. Other people have been able to view available earlier appointments, and rebook, without having to cancel their first. If you’re worried about rebooking an appointment, call 119 free of charge. Related...You're Finally Vaccinated, But Don't Forget These 5 Precautions'Delta Plus' Variant Is In The UK. Here's What We Know So FarWhat Life Could Actually Look Like In England After July 19Why Flu Season Could Be Far Worse This Year
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Backlash after Florida governor signs bill against ‘indoctrination’ at colleges
Republican Ron DeSantis claims university campuses are ‘intellectually repressive environments’ Florida’s Republican governor, Ron DeSantis, sparked backlash this week when he signed legislation cracking down on so-called educational “indoctrination” at colleges and universities, soon after the state banned critical race theory in its public schools.“It used to be thought that a university campus was a place where you’d be exposed to a lot of different ideas. Unfortunately now, the norm is really these are more intellectually repressive environments,” DeSantis said during a press conference at a Fort Myers middle school. Continue reading...
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Covid scare at England training camp with journalist forced to isolate
The Three Lions saw two players miss the last game despite not testing positive themselves
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All green list countries for travel as Malta and Balearics added for holidays
Malta and Spanish islands including Mallorca and Ibiza are among a raft of new additions to the green list for quarantine- free travel - here's the full list
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When does the Bank’s relaxed stance become complacency? | Nils Pratley
With inflationary pressures all too visible, Threadneedle Street could perhaps be slightly more worriedInflation is “likely to exceed 3% for a temporary period”, says the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee, which would prefer the emphasis to be put on the word “temporary”. The rate-setters, or most of them, are sticking to their script: once the inevitable strong period for growth and inflation is out of the way, both readings will fall back, so there’s no need to be alarmed.The benign view has a lot going for it, of course. Inflation plunged last year during lockdowns and the reopening phase was bound to produce a spike of some size. May’s inflation reading was 2.1%, a relative surge from just 0.7% in March. But if the peak proves to be 3%-ish, the “transitory” narrative – central bankers’ favourite word these days – would still be intact. Continue reading...
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Malta and The Balearic Islands added to UK’s green travel list
Government also announces intention that “later in the summer” UK residents who are fully vaccinated will not have to isolate when travelling from amber list countries.
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Six countries including Tunisia and Haiti added to red list
The red list is now 56-countries strong
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Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca And Malta Added To Green List
Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Malta are among the holiday destinations that have been added to the UK’s travel green list, the government has announced.The islands will be included from 4am on Wednesday June 30.Barbados, Bermuda,Cayman Islands, Dominica and Grenada have also been put on the green list. People returning to the UK from green list destinations are not required to self-isolate.Travellers arriving from amber list countries must quarantine at home for 10 days, while those entering the UK from red list destinations have to isolate in government-run hotels.From 04.00 Wednesday 30 June, Malta, Madeira, the Balearic Islands, several UK Overseas territories and Caribbean Islands (including Barbados) will be added to the Government’s green list, having met the necessary criteria to be reclassified.All additions to the green list apart from Malta will also join the ‘green watchlist’, as will Israel and Jerusalem - signalling that these countries are at risk of moving from green to amber.The full list of countries to be added to the ‘red list’ includes Eritrea, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Mongolia, Tunisia and Uganda, and all measures will continue to be kept under review to protect public health as the top priority.They present a high public health risk to the UK from known variants of concern (VOC), known high-risk variants under investigation (VUI) or as a result of very high in-country or territory prevalence of COVID-19.All classification changes have been decided by Ministers, informed by the latest data and analysis by the Joint Biosecurity Centre (JBC) and wider public health considerations, to help the public understand the risks to public health of travelling to different destinations.All measures announced today are designed to give travellers and the travel sector more certainty, will be kept under review, and further action may be taken to protect public health. This is a breaking news story and will be updated. Follow HuffPost UK on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.Related...What Life Could Actually Look Like In England After July 19Vaccines Have Prevented 44,500 People Being Hospitalised With Covid'Delta Plus' Variant Is In The UK. Here's What We Know So Far
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The worst places to leave your car revealed
The West Midlands is a paradise for car thieves, research shows, with keyless cars topping the most-stolen list
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Ask The Independent’s Climate Correspondent anything about California’s climate emergency
Senior Climate Correspondent Louise Boyle takes your questions on the emerging climate-driven emergency
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Worcestershire gift card shop owners who refused to close during lockdown to stand trial
Alasdair Walker-Cox and wife Lydia, owners of Grace Cards & Books in Droitwich, Worcestershire, received four Covid fines totalling £17,000 during this year's lockdown.
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A look at high-profile cases over killings by US police
It’s been rare to charge police with crimes in the death of civilians, and winning a conviction is harder in part because juries are often reluctant to second guess an officer’s split-second decisions
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Malta, Madeira and the Balearics added to green list in boost for holidaymakers
Changes to come into effect next week
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AP Photos: Chauvin sentencing caps tumult since Floyd death
More than a year of tumult that followed George Floyd’s death under Derek Chauvin’s knee culminates Friday when the former Minneapolis police officer hears his sentence for murder
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