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Month: October 2021

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The latest trailer for The Batman unveils Robert Pattinson as a darker vengeful Bruce Wayne

The British actor, is seen in violent fight scenes, high-speed car chases and dramatic explosions as he navigates Gotham City and the rise of his rivals. After facing continuous delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, the highly-anticipated reboot is due in cinemas in March. The opening sets the tone with a melancholic view of a cafe on a dark and rainy night, which is quickly unsettled as police cut through […]

todayOctober 17, 2021 6

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William urges society to unite to repair planet at first Earthshot ceremony

The Duke of Cambridge will call for society to “unite in repairing our planet” at the first awards ceremony for his environmental prize. William and the Duchess of Cambridge will join a host of famous faces for the inaugural awards ceremony for the Earthshot Prize on Sunday. The duke launched his ambitious prize to find solutions to the planet’s environmental problems and overcome the pessimism felt by many on its […]

todayOctober 17, 2021 4

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Priti Patel to face questions over suspect held on suspicion of murdering MP

The Home Secretary will face questions concerning what was known about a suspect held on suspicion of murdering MP Sir David Amess as police were granted extra time to question him. During Sunday morning broadcast interviews, Priti Patel is likely to be pressed over whether the 25-year-old man was known to the Government’s anti-terrorist programme prior to the fatal stabbing of Sir David on Friday. Media reports said the suspect […]

todayOctober 17, 2021 1

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Nasa spacecraft Lucy blasts off on 12 year mission to explore asteroids

A Nasa spacecraft named Lucy has rocketed into the sky with diamonds on a 12-year quest to explore eight asteroids. Seven of the mysterious space rocks are among swarms of asteroids sharing Jupiter’s orbit, thought to be the pristine leftovers of planetary formation. An Atlas V rocket blasted off before dawn, sending Lucy on an orbital journey spanning nearly 4 billion miles. Lucy is named after the 3.2 million-year-old skeletal […]

todayOctober 16, 2021 7

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Cambridge college to return looted cockerel statue to Nigeria

It is believe to have been taken by British colonial forces in the late 19th Century A Cambridge college is to return a looted bronze cockerel statue to representatives from Nigeria in a ceremony this month. Jesus College set up its Legacy of Slavery Working Party in 2019 to explore the “historical, legal and moral status of the college’s ownership of the Bronze”. It followed a campaign by students for […]

todayOctober 16, 2021 6

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IS claims responsibility after 47 killed in Afghan mosque attack

The so-called Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a deadly suicide bombing on a Shiite mosque in southern Afghanistan that killed 47 people and wounded scores more. In a statement posted on social media, IS said two of the group’s members shot and killed security guards manning the entrance of the Fatimiya mosque in Kandahar province. One detonated his explosives at the entrance of the mosque and the other […]

todayOctober 16, 2021 11

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Transport minister claims vote for ScotRail strikes during Cop26 not valid

The summit starts on October 31st A vote for strike action by railway workers that is set to disrupt Cop26 is “no longer valid”, Scotland’s transport minister has claimed. Graeme Dey called for RMT members to vote again on whether to take action over the pay dispute, claiming there is now a “very fair offer” for ScotRail staff. The trade union announced strike action by ScotRail workers from November 1-12 […]

todayOctober 15, 2021 6

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Council tax hike of 10 needed for social care to stand still

That's according to the charity, Age UK Council tax would need to be hiked by 10% on average next year if social care is to “stand still”, according to a charity calling for an urgent central government cash injection. Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s decisions in the autumn spending review will determine whether social care services “wither and die”, stand still or get stronger, Age UK warned. Money the Government is planning […]

todayOctober 15, 2021 4

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Offside law wording can be improved in wake of Mbappe goal

That's according to the UEFA referees’ chief, Roberto Rosetti UEFA’s referees’ chief believes the wording of the offside law needs to be improved in the wake of Kylian Mbappe’s controversial winner in Sunday’s Nations League final. The France striker was in an offside position but was played onside after Spain defender Eric Garcia stretched to intercept a through-ball from Theo Hernandez and made slight contact. Spanish players remonstrated with English […]

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