Hollyoaks star Sarah Jayne Dunn may return to soap as character not killed off after sacking

Sarah Jayne Dunn, who has appeared on Hollyoaks on-and-off as Mandy Richardson since 1996, refused to delete her OnlyFans page after being issued a warning by bosses in the autumn
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Inside three new chalets for sale in Les Gets ski resort
Les Gets is is only an hour's drive from Geneva Airport - making it the perfect destination for British skiers and snowboarders looking for easy access to the Alps.
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How to speed up your broadband internet
A slow connection affects not only your entertainment but also your ability to work from homeFind out the speed you are getting using a computer connected to your router via an ethernet network cable. Many routers and other devices come with one, or they cost about £5 separately. Continue reading...
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‘Great courtroom theatre’: trial pits Palin against NY Times over press freedom
Lawsuit claims 2017 editorial falsely linked her to a mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona, in which Gabby Giffords was severely injured“Great courtroom theatre” will be on offer in Manhattan this week, one former newspaper editor said, ahead of Monday jury selection in a trial which will pit Sarah Palin against the New York Times.The suit concerns a 2017 editorial which the former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential pick says falsely linked her to a mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona in 2011, in which six people were killed and a Democratic congresswoman, Gabby Giffords, was severely injured. Continue reading...
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Should I buy a house within budget or stretch myself for a long-term place?
I am a first-time buyer and currently renting but my savings are not keeping up with pricesQ I am a single first-time buyer in Wales and am struggling to get my foot on the housing ladder.I am currently 29, have saved up £50,000 and think the maximum mortgage I could get by myself is £140,000. I currently rent a house from friends, so have been able to save a bit each month, but I am very aware that my savings are not keeping up with house prices or inflation. Continue reading...
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Who should pay £3,500 to fix my faulty Mercedes-Benz?
The power steering motor is faulty on my four-year-old GLC car but it has only done 34,000 milesA month ago my four-year-old Mercedes-Benz GLC had a serious malfunction as I was driving through town. On a bend, the power steering failed causing the car to jerk severely to the left and leaving me with no control over the steering. The fact that I was driving slowly almost certainly saved me and our one-year-old child from an accident.The car had to be towed to the local Mercedes dealer which has identified a faulty power steering electrical motor. I have been told that this is only supplied as part of a complete steering rack, and have been quoted about £3,500 plus labour costs. Continue reading...
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Resistance to the Myanmar regime in Chin state – a photo essay
The photojournalist Alex McBride has been embedded with rebel forces in Chin state, Myanmar, during a critical moment for the country, as the regime assaults the area in a worrying echo of the Rohingya genocideAs a 17-year-old, Mai Zacer Mawi* was used to being pushed around. An avid and talented martial artist, she had been selected to move from her rural home town of Falam, in north-western Myanmar, to one of the country’s major cities, Yangon. There she had been invited to practise martial arts at a national training camp. But despite her prowess, Mawi faced taunts and bullying from her peers because of her background.Her home town lies in Chin state, one of 15 territories within Myanmar.Chin National Defence Force (CNDF) soldiers practise drills at a training facility under the direction of a soldier recently defected from the Tatmadaw in Falam township. Continue reading...
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The Responder review: Martin Freeman’s inspired cop drama is a career highlight
The new series is already one of the best shows of 2022.
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Emmerdale spoilers: Jacob faces heartbreak over Leanna death
Leyla realises Jacob is struggling.
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Scientists build new device that may help people who are blind ‘see’ in infrared
Infrared goggles can even help wearers navigate in darkness, say researchers
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Amanda Holden shares rare snap of lookalike daughter in adorable birthday tribute
Amanda Holden posted a sweet birthday tribute to her lookalike youngest daughter, days after her eldest child also celebrated her birthday
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Mission: Impossible 7 further delayed to 2023 over Covid-related disruptions
The release of ‘Mission: Impossible 8’ has been pushed back to 2024
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Downing Street police ‘gave extremely damning evidence to partygate inquiry’
Number 10 is braced for the publication of Sue Gray's report this week.
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Queen flies to Prince Philip’s rural ‘bolt hole’ for first time since his death
She has finally made it back to Sandringham after a year of delays due to the pandemic.
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Simona Halep’s unbeaten 2022 ends as she crashes out of Australian Open to Alize Cornet
Simona Halep’s unbeaten start to 2022 came to an abrupt halt when she was knocked out of the Australian Open by Alize Cornet on Monday.
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Beyonce and Bella Hadid lead tributes as fashion designer to the stars Thierry Mugler dies aged 73
News of his death was announced on Instagram.
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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Arthur latest, Vlahovic twist and Calvert-Lewin competition
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta suggested he is not confident of getting transfer deals over the line as the Gunners continue talks to try and land Dusan Vlahovic and Arthur Melo
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Liverpool and Man City's upcoming fixtures compared in Premier League title race
The Premier League title race is still on as Liverpool shortened the gap to nine points over the weekend, and the Reds still have a game in hand on Manchester City
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Euphoria: How Jacob Elordi went from generic rom-com dreamboat to ‘emotional terrorist’
The cheesy Netflix rom-com franchise ‘The Kissing Booth’ may have catapulted Elordi into the spotlight, but it’s his impressive career pivot in Sam Levinson’s grungy adult drama ‘Euphoria’ that will keep him there, writes Maanya Sachdeva
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Police hunt gunman after two Canadian tourists shot dead at luxury Mexico hotel
Suspect has a ‘long’ criminal record in Canada
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The isolated village a drive away from Manchester with its own beach and picture postcard views
The remote area is where two UNESCO World Heritage Sites meet
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Munich: The Edge of War is posh-washing for an elite that’s still in charge today
With the country apoplectic at the entitled behaviour in Downing Street, does the world need the reputation of another Tory flop, Neville Chamberlain, redeemed? As Robert Harris’s historical thriller hits Netflix this week, Oliver Keens argues it’s the wrong film at the wrong time
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Soldier reveals only way Ukraine can win back Crimea & Donbas from Russia
A UKRAINIAN solider has revealed "information policies" to influence citizens in Russian-occupied Crimea and Donbas are the only way her country can take back control.
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Trump mocked over video that shows him ordering applause at Mar-A-Lago brunch
Former president can be seen asking a crowd dining at his Mar-a-Lago resort to ‘please clap’
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Merrill Lynch executive arrested after racist attack on store workers over smoothie order is caught on video
The wealth adviser has been fired by the investment management company
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"If it's not bolted down it goes walkies": The Manchester estate rocked by thieves and fires
From fires on the playing fields almost every night, to homes being egged and bins being stolen the Merseybank Estate has been terrorised for months.
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Liverpool's often overlooked game-changer serves impressive reminder at Crystal Palace
Liverpool overcame a firm test from the hosts to run out 3-1 winners at Selhurst Park, where Andy Robertson was crucial to their efforts in beating Crystal Palace
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Why Manchester United have not moved for Man City target Julian Alvarez
Manchester City have joined the race to sign Julian Alvarez in the January transfer window following links with Man Utd
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Trigger Point star Vicky McClure addresses Line of Duty comparisons
New ITV series sees McClure play a hard-bitten bomb disposal specialist
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Monday briefing: Ghani claims heap more pressure on Johnson
Calls for inquiry into Islamophobia in the Tory party … US orders families of embassy staff out of Ukraine … and Jason Bateman on having funMorning everyone. This is Martin Farrer bringing you the best stories of the day. Continue reading...
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Don Jr posts strange rant against Biden: ‘Joe Biden is what stands between us and nuclear-capable China’
People criticise Donald Trump Jr’s video, one user calls it ‘deranged, slurred, unnatural, speech’
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'I found a £2.2million lottery prize in my spam folder and almost missed massive win'
Lucky Laura Spears came upon an email informing her of her massive Mega Millions lottery jackpot win by chance in her spam folder - which could have deleted the message without her ever knowing...
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London politics latest news: Boris Johnson faces crunch week ahead of partygate report
Boris Johnson is facing a make-or-break week for his premiership ahead of the expected publication of the Sue Gray report into partygate.
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Party-hard Dubai ponders new workweek debate: When's brunch?
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TV tonight: Martin Freeman is at the end of his tether in The Responder
The actor adopts a scouse accent for his gritty portrayal of an officer in crisis. Plus, it’s tough times in Keeping Up With the Aristocrats. Here’s what to watch this evening Continue reading...
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China sends largest incursion of warplanes into Taiwan defence zone since October
In recent years the People’s Liberation Army has ratcheted up its missions, which it says are training drills, to near-daily frequencyChina’s air force flew 39 warplanes into Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Sunday, the largest daily number since record-breaking incursions in October.Taiwan’s Ministry of Defence said it had tasked aircraft in response, issued radio warnings to the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) pilots and deployed missile defence systems to monitor the activity. Continue reading...
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Martina Navratilova says Tennis Australia is ‘capitulating’ to China over Peng Shuai
Former world No 1 labels Australian Open organisers ‘weak’Messages of support for Chinese player banned from grand slamTennis great Martina Navratilova has condemned as “pathetic” the Australian Open’s decision to stop fans wearing ‘Where is Peng Shuai?’ T-shirts, accusing Tennis Australia of “capitulating” to China.Late last week spectators at Melbourne Park were asked to remove their T-shirts and security confiscated a banner emblazoned with the same words, on the grounds that TA prohibits “clothing, banners or signs that are commercial or political”. Continue reading...
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London first-time buyer: ‘My mortgage and bills cost the same as renting in a house share’
Fed up with living in a shared flat, sonographer Karen decided to see what she could afford to buy. The move is working out perfectly, she says
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Transfer news LIVE: Dele Alli nears exit, Kamara gives Man Utd assurance, Kessie refusal
Manchester United are eyeing a midfielder in the January transfer window whilst Dele Alli is nearing a Tottenham exit and Christian Eriksen is in line for a Premier League return
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Court of appeal to hear challenge over media ban from Prince Philip’s will court case
Guardian will bring challenge against attorney general and Queen’s private lawyersA legal challenge over a decision to ban media organisations from a court case about the Duke of Edinburgh’s will is to be heard by the court of appeal.The Guardian has been given permission by a court of appeal judge to bring the challenge against the attorney general and the Queen’s private lawyers. Continue reading...
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Defenestrated dentists and burning whisky: insurer reveals weirdest commercial claims
Strange – but valid – business payouts from Aviva’s 325-year archive show need to plan for unexpectedHave you ever had an accident at work that wasn’t your fault? A delve into the archive of a major insurer has revealed some of the strangest valid commercial claims, including recompense for a defenestrated dentist and a farm worker blown into a vat of liquid manure.The trawl through 325 years of business insurance claims received by Aviva also reveals instances where policyholders found themselves a part of events that would end up in history books. Continue reading...
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Port in a storm: the trailblazing town welcoming climate refugees in Bangladesh
The river town of Mongla is leading the way in a project to resettle people in a region decimated by extreme weatherBy the time the rising sun breaks through the morning mist over the Mongla River, the rhythmic chug of motors strapped to wooden canoes is already audible as thousands of workers are hurriedly ferried across the waterway.They jump on to the small landing dock, pick up a potato-stuffed shingara pastry for pennies and rush towards the factories in Mongla’s export processing zone (EPZ), which has transformed the small town into an employment hub in a part of Bangladesh ravaged by the climate crisis. Continue reading...
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‘I stayed at the party too long’: Ozark’s Jason Bateman on Arrested Development, smiling villains and his lost decade
Forty years after his breakthrough role in Little House on the Prairie, the actor is thrilling TV audiences as a drug cartel money launderer. But he almost threw his career awayJason Bateman appears on a Zoom screen from Los Angeles, bespectacled, calm and in uncluttered, butter-coloured environs. It’s as if Michael Bluth, the character he played in Arrested Development, had dressed up as a therapist for some hilarious purpose. To fans of the show, its entire cast will always have traces clinging to them, as if they have all been, well, arrested in that dysfunctional family. But today we’re here to talk about Ozark, a drama with a reputation that has been climbing each season (it’s now in its fourth and final) and so has, arguably, become even more defining for Bateman.Tense and lingering, Ozark has the dizzying pace and visual sumptuousness that the modern long-running box set demands. What was haunting about it from the start were the subtle performances of Bateman and his co-star, Laura Linney; just a regular, affluent, middle-aged couple, except he was about to launder $500m for a drug cartel and she’d just watched the murder of the lawyer she was having an affair with. They were on the run, but only sort of. They hated each other, except they didn’t. What passed between them gave such propulsive energy to their characters that from the very beginning you could trust one thing: it might be improbable, but it was never going to be boring. But all that nuance was a double-edged sword. “Marty and Wendy are really intelligent characters,” Bateman says. “Sometimes that narrows your options as a writer, trying to keep things plausible. They can’t do really stupid things. The smart thing to do is to turn yourself in. Then the show’s over.” Continue reading...
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‘Warm, loving, generous – but he had demons’: inside the life of Meat Loaf
Steve Buslowe played bass for the rock star for 20 years, witnessing his brilliance and his violent moods at first hand. He recalls a musician determined to always evolveThe morning after Meat Loaf died, his former bass player Steve Buslowe was reading through the many celebrity tributes to the bombastic singer when he came across one that made him laugh.“I saw a comment that Stephen Fry had made about Meat being cuddly and frightening at the same time. I laughed because that’s perfect. He was such a big teddy bear. He was sometimes warm, but then he could also get a little manic, a little out of control, maybe a little violent. So you never knew who he was going to be. He was kind of fearless in being warm and generous, but also in his anger. If he got frustrated with something, he wouldn’t go in a corner and pout. He’d throw a chair. He’d be in your face to let you know how he felt.” Continue reading...
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UK’s ultra-Orthodox Jews launch trust to engage with wider public
Pinter Trust suggests a break with traditional insularity, and is backed by rabbis and leaders of Charedi communities Ultra-Orthodox Jews in the UK are launching an organisation aimed at engaging with the wider British public in a move that may mark a significant shift from their traditional insularity.The Pinter Trust has the backing of rabbis and leaders from the main ultra-Orthodox, or Charedi, communities in north London, Manchester, Gateshead and Essex. Continue reading...
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Sou Fujimoto’s House of Hungarian Music: ‘We wanted to transform the forest into architecture’
Delicate, beguiling and studded with trees, the museum has landed in a Budapest park – but behind it is a controversial €1bn vision by rightwing populist leader Viktor OrbánA great big crumpet appears to have landed in the middle of Budapest’s City Park, its circular hole-studded mass impaled on a thicket of trees. It droops down here and there, revealing little terraces cut into its top, and flares up elsewhere, showing off a sparkling underside of tiny golden leaves.This surreal sight is the work of Sou Fujimoto, a Japanese architect known for making his models out of piles of crisps, washing-up scourers, or whatever else may be to hand. In this case, it wasn’t a crumpet but a lotus root that inspired this canopy, which now provides an otherworldly home for the capital’s new House of Hungarian Music. In a city that already has a renowned opera house, music academy and numerous concert halls, what could this €80m (£67m) project possibly add?“We want to show the wonder of music to a younger generation,” says music historian András Batta, managing director of the new centre, which opened on Hungarian Culture Day this weekend. He is standing in the building’s glade-like interior, where oval openings bring light down through the swooping ceiling, and an aperture in the floor gives a glimpse of the exhibition level below. Faceted glass walls enclose a 320-seat concert hall and a small lecture theatre, while a suspended staircase spirals up to a library, cafe and classrooms, housed in the undulating roof. “Budapest has a very rich musical life already,” he adds, “so we didn’t want to repeat what you can get elsewhere. This is not just for high and classical, but ethnic, folk and pop – the really exciting side of music.”The building is one of the first major elements of the €1bn Liget project, a controversial vision concocted by populist prime minister Viktor Orbán’s rightwing government to transform the Városliget area into a showcase of Hungarian national culture. A €120m Museum of Ethnography is nearing completion nearby, in the form of two gigantic sloping wedges rearing up out of the ground, clad in a strange lacy wrapping that nods to Hungarian national dress. Continue reading...
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Virgil van Dijk's insight into Liverpool training sums up dominance over Man Utd
Liverpool moved ten points clear of their old rivals Manchester United after Jurgen Klopp's side beat Crystal Palace 3-1 at Selhurst Park with Virgil van Dijk opening the scoring
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Five players Man City are tipped to sign before the January transfer window closes
Manchester City are yet to make a signing this month, although they look as though they could be closing in on a new arrival.
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When is Burns Night and what’s inside haggis?
Time to celebrate one of the greats.
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