Fast food chain Subway warns it is facing shortage of 'carrots, eggs and cheese' because of Brexit

Ingredients likely to be missing from sandwiches include carrots, eggs and cheese, with shops in Brentwood, Essex; St Helens, Merseyside; and Stoke-on-Trent all missing fillings.
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Jury selection set to begin in newspaper shooting case
Jury selection is set to begin for the second part of a trial in the case of a man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper in 2018
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Simon Cowell is ultimate prankster as he tricks Sofia Vergara into thinking she shot him with crossbow in dangerous stunt gone wrong
Simon Cowell played the ultimate prank on his fellow America's Got Talent judge.
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Transfer news LIVE: Man Utd, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea gossip
There is sill plenty of time to close deals in this summer's transfer window with many top clubs using the Euros as the perfect way to scout players before making big-money offers
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Face masks and social distancing laws 'to be dropped after July 19'
A government source said emphasis will be put on 'personal responsibility', rather than rules and regulations
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Chris Brown accused of hitting woman following row in Los Angeles
R&B star Chris Brown has been accused of hitting a woman following a row in Los Angeles.
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Wednesday briefing: Coming up next, the fight over Channel 4
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‘He’s a badass motherf***er’ – Why Han is the real hero of the Fast & Furious Saga
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Rothesay is a microcosm of the best of the west coast of Scotland
The Isle of Bute seaside resort where our writer spent childhood holidays has added a gin distillery and Syrian-made pastries to its perennial charmsIt’s the early 1970s and we’re in the Austin 1100. Me, my mum and dad and my granda, and Simon and Garfunkel on the eight-track. We’re heading for the Firth of Clyde and the ferry to Rothesay, where we’ll play pitch and putt, walk along the esplanade gardens, eat fish and chips and, if my granda will watch me, my mum and dad might go for a wee night to Foley’s Hotel, to listen to the “chanters”.“Rothesay was chockablock during the Glasgow fair,” says my dad. “People went to the dancing and up the road to Foley’s to sing songs. Glasgow people loved getting a mic and getting up and being allowed to sing.” Continue reading...
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FTSE 100 set to hold on to gains as investors await key GlaxoSmithKline update and bitcoin jumps
Hopes for hospitality stocks as Covid lockdowns could end on July 19
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Piers Morgan sends defiant Grealish message to England boss Southgate
Aston Villa star Grealish starred as England beat the Czech Republic to top their group at Euro 2020 and qualify for the last 16 stage, where they will face France, Portugal or Germany
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New Alan Turing £50 note enters circulation
A new £50 banknote featuring the mathematician and computer scientist Alan Turing enters circulation in the UK on Wednesday, three months after the Bank of England first unveiled the design.
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Court officers hauled before judge after they're heard speaking with drugs boss
Aram Sheibani was later jailed for 37 years after being convicted
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Angela Merkel mixes her Covid vaccines – receives Moderna after AstraZeneca first dose
ANGELA MERKEL has now been fully inoculated against the coronavirus but has received two different types.
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Your morning briefing: What you should know for Wednesday, June 23
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Hong Kong police arrest editorial writer at Apple Daily newspaper
Arrest of journalist who publishes under the name Li Ping is the first of a writer at the pro-democracy newspaperThe editorial writer for Hong Kong’s Apple Daily newspaper has been arrested, the latest move in a media crackdown under the national security law that saw hundreds of police raid its newsroom and arrest senior figures last week.Police confirmed the arrest of a 55-year-old man in Tseung Kwan O on Wednesday morning, “on suspicion of conspiring to collude with foreign countries or foreign forces to endanger national security”. Continue reading...
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Father's Day 'murder-suicide' leaves family of four dead including girl, aged 5
Military veteran Nicholas Mavrakis, 47, his wife Lesley, 37, son Ace, 13, and daughter Pippa, five, all died from gunshot wounds on Father's Day, police have said
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Bruno Tonioli's return to Strictly 'still to be decided' due to travel concerns
Shirley Ballas has claimed that Strictly Come Dancing producers are "still deciding" whether Bruno Tonioli will take part in the upcoming series of the dance show, but says Motsi Mabuse will return
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The Fit List: Give yourself a pamper with these wellness-inspired treats
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Stop! In the name of style – Diana Ross’s best looks
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TV tonight: reopening a 54-year-old murder cold case
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How to train your body for a marathon, race or big running event
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'It's a family': Wreck shatters life's work at girls home
The Alabama girls home director who lost two children and two nephews in a wreck that killed 10 people has dedicated her life's work to helping abused and neglected children
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Prince Harry and William prepare for first meeting in months – 'There may be some nerves'
PRINCES Harry and William will be seen "uniting" over Princess Diana's memory at the upcoming unveiling of a statue in her honour, it is claimed.
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New £50 polymer note featuring Alan Turing released into circulation
The new polymer note will join the Sir Winston Churchill £5, the Jane Austen £10 and the JMW Turner £20
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Tiny Victorian cottage in Zone 1 listed for sale for the price of the average first London home
Part of a former school, the Zone 1 cottage has a front garden and is being sold with the freehold.
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Low-carbon heating system to warm up London’s Square Mile
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UK festivals organisers need urgent help, say MPs
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Opinion: Why we need to throw tourism a lifeline right now, with a Travel Day Of Action
As the travel industry prepares to lobby the government, Sarah Marshall says we need to fight now, before it’s too late.
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Kobe Bryant's widow to settle lawsuit over deadly crash
Kobe Bryant’s widow has agreed to settle a lawsuit against the pilot and owners of the helicopter that crashed last year, killing the NBA star, his daughter, Gianna, and seven others
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Weatherwatch: shining a light on the history of sunscreen
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Recruitment of under-18s to British military should end, ministers told
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Cloud spraying and hurricane slaying: could geoengineering fix the climate crisis?
Around the world, dozens of ingenious projects are trying to ‘trick’ the ocean into absorbing more CO2. But critics warn of unforeseen consequencesTom Green has a plan to tackle climate change. The British biologist and director of the charity Project Vesta wants to turn a trillion tonnes of CO2 into rock, and sink it to the bottom of the sea.Green admits the idea is “audacious”. It would involve locking away atmospheric carbon by dropping pea-coloured sand into the ocean. The sand is made of ground olivine – an abundant volcanic rock, known to jewellers as peridot – and, if Green’s calculations are correct, depositing it offshore on 2% of the world’s coastlines would capture 100% of total global annual carbon emissions. Continue reading...
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Sexual harassment in schools: are our children safe?
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App maps shady spots to guide Barcelona walkers along cooler routes
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Three in four domestic abuse cases end without charge in England and Wales
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NFTs and me: meet the people trying to sell their memes for millions
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Britney Spears speaks at last: will her day in court upend all we thought we knew?
The singer will today make a bid to take back control of her life. After a glut of speculative documentaries and conspiracy theories, her own voice can finally be heardBritney Spears never used to be an enigma. In the early years of her career, she did interviews for print, TV and radio. She held press conferences and endured day-long junkets. She shot behind the scenes videos, documentaries, TV specials. Britney was candid and trusting. “I’m from the south,” she told the Observer in 2001, “so I’m a very open person and I’ve had to teach myself not to open up to too many people.”These days however, if Britney interviews are granted, they are conducted under such strict terms that few publications have bothered. Even the radio and TV appearances when she has a record to sell are strictly surface level. Her music gives few clues to her state of mind. Her last four albums offer up sexy party tunes that don’t reflect the artist’s lived reality: now 39, by her own account she doesn’t drink, keeps a small circle of friends, only went out clubbing twice in the four years she spent in residence in Las Vegas, and prior to meeting current boyfriend Sam Asghari in 2016, was “over” dating. Continue reading...
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Britney Spears will directly address Los Angeles court on conservatorship
Singer will offer rare testimony on controversial arrangement that has given Spears’s father control over much of her life for 13 yearsBritney Spears will directly address a Los Angeles courtroom on Wednesday, offering rare testimony in the case of the controversial conservatorship that has governed the pop star’s life for 13 years.The hearing has drawn interest from fans across the globe, who have for years organized a campaign under the hashtag #FreeBritney to protest the unusual legal arrangement that has stripped the singer of her independence since 2008. The conservatorship has given her father, Jamie Spears, control over her estate, career and other aspects of her personal life. Continue reading...
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Man United might have the perfect transfer alternative to Kieran Trippier
Man Utd want to sign Kieran Trippier this summer but they might need a plan B if Atletico Madrid dig their heels in.
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Man City plan for Yan Couto could be thwarted
Named the best right back in the Spanish second division, the Manchester City loanee was close to remaining with the Blues when he signed last summer
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When does the Tour de France start 2021?
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Priti Patel warns EU to treat Brits living in bloc fairly - ‘We’ve been generous!’
PRITI PATEL has warned the EU Britons are being denied work and healthcare after Brexit.
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Miserable washout weekend ahead over four days of rain - but 25C sun to come
The Met Office has warned Brits to expect a cool start to Wednesday but with some sunshine as northern and western regions are hit by downpours
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Tory MP rubbishes DUP protests over Irish Protocol - ‘We’d bite your hands off for access'
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