Zara Tindall's half-sister Stephanie Phillips, 23, reveals she's engaged

Worcester-based event rider Stephanie, who has been dating agricultural graduate William since 2019, announced her happy news on Instagram yesterday - the day before Zara's 40th birthday today.
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Kendall Jenner and boyfriend Devin Booker mark one year anniversary with sweet messages
The pair both shared cute photos on Instagram to honour the occasion.
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Dixie State should switch name to Utah Tech, panel says
A committee is recommending Dixie State University change its name to Utah Polytechnic State University
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'No one trusts EU now!' Britons rage as France says NI not part of UK in Brexit swipe
FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron has been lambasted after claiming Northern Ireland is a separate country from the United Kingdom during the G7 Summit.
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Euro 2020 matchday four: Patrik Schick brace sees off Scots as Sweden hold Spain
After the pre-tournament hype, it was a dispiriting anti-climax for the Scots.
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Texas asks residents to preserve energy after Ted Cruz mocks California for doing the same
Power shortages hit Lone Star state amid crushing heat wave
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Lloyd Webber’s Cinderella could go on, Boris Johnson hints
PM admits to ‘colossal’ admiration for the impresario and says musical could be exempt from Covid rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAndrew Lloyd Webber’s latest production could be exempt from the delay in lockdown easing, Boris Johnson hinted in his Downing Street briefing announcing the four-week postponement of the relaxation of all rules.Last week, Lord Lloyd-Webber said he was determined to open his theatres on 21 June regardless of whether rules are relaxed, and was prepared to be arrested if authorities try to intervene. Continue reading...
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Mum feared she was dying after Delta Covid variant hospitalised her for weeks
Donna Binns, 40, has warned the virus is still "very real" as she described how she felt like she was going to die while in hospital with the Delta variant of coronavirus
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Over 23s invited to book Covid jabs as vaccine rollout races against infections
Boris Johnson has announced that all adults will be offered jabs by July 19 after extending lockdown restrictions for four weeks due to rising Covid cases and hospitalisations
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Marko Arnautovic remarks leave North Macedonia demanding UEFA investigation
The former Stoke City and West Ham striker's angry reaction to scoring for Austria against North Macedonia has drawn a lot of attention and there are now calls for an investigation
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Will Boris Johnson Come To Regret Making July 19 The Terminus Of His Roadmap?
You’re reading The Waugh Zone, our daily politics briefing. Sign up now to get it by email in the evening.Just when you think you’ve got it beat, Covid-19 somehow comes back stronger. Like Arnold Schwarzenegger but without the charm, this Terminator of a virus has an “I’ll be back” menace that risks undoing all the hard work of the UK’s stunning vaccine rollout.The epic battle between the vaccines and the virus certainly has high stakes. Perhaps that’s why Boris Johnson sounded unusually nervous as he announced he would indeed be postponing ‘Freedom Day’ by another four weeks. Instead of the sunshine of Midsummer Merrie England, there was a blizzard of scary charts of projected hospitalisations.Fluffing his lines, the PM referred to “the adults of this company” (he meant “country”) and then wrongly declared the new unlocking date was July 29th (correcting it later to July 19th). Polling shows most of the public are relaxed about a delay, but Johnson is acutely aware that the 24% who are unhappy include several of his own backbenchers, and it showed.Nowhere was this more telling than in his repeated reassurance that the Freedom Day Mk II was the real deal. He was “pretty confident” that July 19 will be “the terminus date” (he said “terminal date” too). June 21 was always a “‘not before’ date”, whereas this was much firmer, he suggested. This was not a defeat for lockdown sceptics, it was a victory, he seemed to imply.That spin may or may not work on Tory MPs, but it could paint the PM into a corner for the first time in months. Ever since he bowed to Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance’s plan for a cautious roadmap, he has been able to fall back on their insistence that all four tests have to be met (the new variant test was particularly shrewd) and that “data not dates” will drive his decisions.But now with talk of “terminal” and fixed timelines, it feels like dates not data is the new approach. Steve Baker, Mark Harper and Sir Charles Walker, who will probably vote against the delay, have much more concrete evidence of a breach of faith should that July 19 date somehow slip again.Whitty and Vallance gave the PM invaluable backing at the press conference. The chief medical officer in particular pointed out that even without the Indian variant, the very restoration of unrestricted indoor mixing of “households that are unrelated” was always going to lead to an uptick in cases. He added there had to come a point where fatalities switched from “deaths averted” to deaths delayed”, as with flu.Patrick Vallance even suggested that locking down beyond July 19 would be counter-productive. And he made the case for that date containing the Goldilocks calculation of just how hot or cold to make the roadmap porridge. Giving over-18s their first jab and pushing unlockdown closer to the school holidays certainly added some sugar, as did a lifting of the cap on wedding numbers.Still, for Keir Starmer, the talk of 19 July as a “terminal” date is an opportunity for a Judgement Day on Johnson’s competence. If the vaccination programme fails to flatten the Delta variant spike, he is sure to step up his own attack line that Johnson’s failure to stop flights from India is the real culprit. Already today, the Labour leader hardened his rhetoric to say it was a “pathetic” border policy that had postponed freedoms.Starmer’s clear aim is to drive a big wedge between the excellence of the NHS vaccine rollout and the government’s wider failures. It’s unclear whether it was the PM’s desire to keep alive post-Brexit trade talks with Narendra Modi that prompted his inaction, but the suggestion that he recklessly undermined both the NHS’s programme and public sacrifices is a toxic one.Today’s failure to offer extra financial support to business added extra political risk too. Those firms which were hanging on by their fingertips will now face having to pay their share of furlough bills, with no extra income to fund them. Add in the self-employed already upset and an Opposition that was pro-enterprise could make inroads.To oversee one Covid wave is a misfortune, to allow two begins to look like carelessness. But to trigger a third wave, squandering all the good work of your own vaccine success story, could be seen as unforgivable by a public which has to date been incredibly forgiving of its prime minister.Related...Lockdown Extended For Four Weeks To Prevent 'Thousands' Of DeathsWhat The Lockdown Extension Means For YouAll Over-18s In England Offered Covid Vaccine By July 19, Says Government
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Two most common symptoms of Covid have changed - what to look out for now
According to the ZOE Covid Symptom Study, if you are under the age of 40 the most common symptoms have changed and are now a sore throat, headache and a runny nose
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Kim Kardashian faces criticism from fans over paid promotion of cryptocurrency
‘Perhaps it is just me, but I’m not anxious to buy a crypto that is promoted by Kim Kardashian,’ one person tweeted
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No time to enjoy Croatia win for England as focus turns to Scotland showdown
Boss Gareth Southgate called on England to retain the ‘same hunger’ as they had ahead of their opening match.
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Kane "not the same as 2018 World Cup" as Carragher suggests England change
Harry Kane endured a quiet afternoon in England's win over Croatia with Jamie Carragher stating that the Tottenham man has changed from 2018 and Gareth Southgate now needs to alter how he uses the striker
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Britney Spears was 'on so much medication' during X Factor, claims Louis Walsh
Louis Walsh claims Britney Spears was on a lot of medication while filming The X Factor and would even slump in her seat, as he added he "felt sorry for her"
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Harrison Ford spotted filming at castle that has links to Phoebe Waller-Bridge
Indiana Jones actor Harrison Ford sent his fans into meltdown as he was spotted filming at Bamburgh Castle - which was previously owned by Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge's ancestors
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JULIE BURCHILL reveals why she won't be silenced 
JULIE BURCHILL: When an amusing discussion about the likely first words of the new baby ensued (baby Archie having blessed us with 'Drive safe!' and 'Hydrate!') I suggested 'Free Palestine!'
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Spain vs Sweden: Five things we learned as Luis Enrique’s side open Euro 2020 with frustrating goalless draw
Spain 0-0 Sweden: Alvaro Morata and Gerard Moreno miss chances as hosts are left to rue missed chances in opening draw
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EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Paul Weller is to become a grandfather for the first time as daughter is pregnant
RICHARD EDEN: He's the 'Modgrandfather'! The Jam frontman Paul Weller, who's known as the Modfather, is preparing for a new role. I can reveal that his daughter, Leah, 29, is pregnant.
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Joel Glazer told Man Utd have become "laughing stock" despite transfer statement
The co-chairman of Manchester United faced fans for the first time in his family's 16-year ownership of the club to address concerns on investment on and off the pitch
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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attends the annual symposium of the Money Wise platform
Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, 50, attend the annual symposium of the Money Wise platform in The Hague today. The mother-of-three recycled a white suit with brown accessories.
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Speaker warns Johnson over failure to attend Commons to announce road map delay
Health Secretary Matt Hancock made a statement to the Commons at 8.30pm to confirm the decision to push back the final unlock from June 21 to July 19.
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Southgate praises Chilwell and Sancho for positivity despite Croatia omission
Pair missed out on matchday squad for opening Euro 2020 win‘That’s a team – that’s what it’s about,’ says SouthgateGareth Southgate has praised Ben Chilwell and Jadon Sancho for responding positively to being left out of England’s squad against Croatia, saying their professionalism played a part in the team making a winning start to Euro 2020.England’s manager experienced the downside of squads being increased to 26 when he had to tell two outfield players they would not be involved against Croatia. Uefa regulations state teams must name two goalkeepers on the bench in their 23-man matchday squads and that left Southgate with some awkward decisions to make before his side’s opening game in Group D. Continue reading...
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Underrated Kieran Trippier is a different animal to Tottenham days, claims Gareth Southgate
England manager Gareth Southgate claims "defensive animal" Kieran Trippier is underrated by critics who still remember the error-prone full-back from Tottenham.
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Pickford and Stones' argument leaves Southgate making clear England's position
John Stones and Jordan Pickford had several ding-dongs over the keeper's long ball hoofs during England's Euro 2020 opener against Croatia - which they won 1-0
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Southgate explains controversial decision with "defensive animal" declaration
Kieran Trippier, traditionally a right-back, impressed at left-back for England in their Euro 2020 opening fixture victory over Croatia after surprisingly being selected by Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate
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Gareth Southgate makes clear where England stand despite bright Euro 2020 start
England got their Euro 2020 campaign off to a winning start against Croatia as Raheem Sterling scored the odd goal at Wembley on Sunday to set the country into Euro fever
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PM’s ‘negligence’ and ‘lax’ borders to blame for lockdown lifting delay – Labour
Nick Thomas-Symonds will dub the the Delta variant of coronavirus ‘the Johnson variant’ in a speech on Tuesday.
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Gareth Southgate fine with use of long ball after it prompts on-pitch row in England win over Croatia
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Euro 2020: England’s Kieran Trippier has become ‘defensive animal’ at Atletico, says Gareth Southgate
Gareth Southgate’s continued faith in Kieran Trippier was rewarded with a composed performance at left-back as England won their opening group game of Euro 2020
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RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Now Boris Johnson has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in. Forgive me if I have used this famous line from The Godfather: Part III before. But I can't think of a more appropriate response.
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Men who helped Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee Japan admit their role
Michael and Peter Taylor tell Tokyo court of their part in spiriting away executive in musical instrument caseTwo Americans charged with helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan while he was facing accusations of financial misconduct have told a court that they took part in a scheme for him to escape the country.Statements by Michael Taylor and his son, Peter, on the opening day of their trial in Tokyo suggested the pair don’t plan to fight charges of assisting a criminal, which carry a possible penalty of up to three years in prison. Continue reading...
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UK records three Covid deaths and 7,742 cases as Freedom Day delayed
Boris Johnson has warned ‘thousands could die’ if he pressed ahead with the June 21 date.
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Obama says Fox News viewers see a ‘different reality’
Former president says American divisions ‘seem to be deeper than just differences in policy’
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Boris Johnson has made the right call in delaying ‘freedom day’
Editorial: The British people have been remarkably resilient in the way they have accepted the disruption to their daily lives, and now sense that the country is on the last lap of this race
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'Christian Eriksen reminded me if we'd had defibrillator son, 12 might be alive'
The dad of tragic Oliver King who died from an undiagnosed heart condition, says seeing Christian Eriksen collapse on the pitch saw 'the things I felt that day...brought back to me in a wave'
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Spain vs Sweden result: Player ratings as Alvaro Morata struggles in Euro 2020’s first goalless draw
Spain 0-0 Sweden: Hosts unable to convert their dominance into goals in Group E stalemate
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Earl Spencer savages BBC after bosses cleared for rehiring Bashir - 'Won't end with this'
PRINCESS DIANA'S brother Earl Spencer has laid into the BBC after a new report found "no evidence" to suggest journalist Martin Bashir was rehired by the organisation to "cover up" for his deception around his 1995 Panorama interview with the late Princess of Wales.
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People who know Biden say he’s glad to see the back of Netanyahu
‘It’s a f**king brilliant example of what he hopes will become the norm’
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Hunter Biden claimed baby mama Lunden Roberts was daughter Maisy's basketball mentor
Hunter Biden referred to Lunden Roberts as a basketball mentor to his daughter Maisy and Barack Obama's daughter Sasha.
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Spain vs Sweden result: Alvaro Morata misfires as Luis Enrique’s new-look side frustrated in Euro 2020 opener
Spain 0-0 Sweden: Spain dominated the game from start to finish but could not find the breakthrough
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Southern Baptists quash expanded sex abuse probe, for now
A Southern Baptist governing panel has quashed for now a push to expand an investigation of its handling of sex abuse cases
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HENRY DEEDES watches the Prime Minister slamming the brakes on Freedom Day
HENRY DEEDES: Four more weeks. An entire month more of bossy edicts, scratchy face masks, and the ruddy 'rule of six'. Freedom snatched from right the UK's noses.
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Christa Pike: Lawyers for only woman on Tennessee’s death row fight to stop execution
The 45-year-old was convicted at the age of 20 for the brutal torture and murder of a classmate
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Fla. governor signs bill requiring moment for school prayer
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a bill into law that would require public schools in his state to hold at least one minute of silence to allow students to meditate or pray
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Shamima Begum says she was a 'dumb kid' when she fled to Syria aged 15
During an interview at al-Roj prison camp in Syria, Shamima Begum, 21, insisted she did not need to be rehabilitated and would 'love' to help rehabilitate others.
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