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Month: January 2022

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Rachel Stevens to miss Dancing On Ice on Sunday due to injury

Singer Rachel Stevens will not skate in Dancing On Ice this weekend due to injury, ITV has said. The former S Club 7 star was due to be among the second batch of celebrities taking to the ice on Sunday. ITV said in a statement: “Due to an injury sustained in training and on the expert advice from the Dancing On Ice medical professionals, Rachel Stevens will not skate in […]

todayJanuary 19, 2022 10

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New Zealands white ball tour of Australia called off due to quarantine issues

New Zealand’s upcoming white-ball tour of Australia has been postponed due to issues concerning quarantine requirements. The Black Caps were due to travel to Australia next week ahead of a three-match one-day international series and a one-off T20 international. New Zealand Cricket has announced that, because of problems players would have returning home after the tour, the matches will have to be rearranged. Government rules in New Zealand currently require […]

todayJanuary 19, 2022 7

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Boris Johnson The key questions being asked in the Prime Ministers leadership crisis

Boris Johnson faces moves by Tory MPs to oust him from Downing Street in response to the row over lockdown-busting parties. The Prime Minister has come under severe pressure following revelations about gatherings held at 10 Downing Street and Whitehall during coronavirus restrictions. Here is an examination of the key issues: – What’s the row about? The Prime Minister’s position has been perilous since he admitted attending a “bring your […]

todayJanuary 19, 2022 9

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UKs oldest working cinema to reopen after pandemic forced its closure

The UK’s oldest working cinema is reopening under new ownership nearly two years after the pandemic forced its closure. The 112-year-old Electric Cinema in Birmingham is preparing to open doors to its two screens once again, after it closed in March 2020. It was built in 1897 as a music hall but became a cinema in late 1909. Its new owner, Kevin Markwick, said: “It’s a lovely place to sit […]

todayJanuary 18, 2022 10

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Daniel Radcliffe to star in Weird Al Yankovic biopic

Daniel Radcliffe is set to star in an upcoming biopic about US musical parody sensation Weird Al Yankovic. The film will follow the life and career of the comedian who rose to fame with comical spoof versions of classic songs. Yankovic said he was “thrilled” to be portrayed by the Harry Potter star. “When my last movie UHF came out in 1989, I made a solemn vow to my fans […]

todayJanuary 18, 2022 7

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Johnsons public apology to Queen over No 10 parties on eve of Philips funeral

Boris Johnson has publicly apologised to the Queen and the country over events in Downing Street on the eve of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral. Two parties were held in No 10 at a time of national mourning and with England under restrictions banning indoor mixing of households. The Prime Minister, who was at Chequers at the time of the parties in April 2021, appeared emotional when he was asked […]

todayJanuary 18, 2022 6

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Senior Met officers dismissed after appalling behaviour to junior staff

Two senior Metropolitan Police officers have been dismissed for gross misconduct after “appalling” behaviour towards junior members of staff. Two senior Metropolitan Police officers have been dismissed for gross misconduct after “appalling” behaviour towards junior members of staff. Chief Superintendent Paul Martin and Chief Inspector Davinder Kandohla were both found to have breached Standards of Professional Behaviour at the conclusion of a misconduct hearing on Sunday. The Met said an […]

todayJanuary 16, 2022 14

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Bercow criticises unjust process after being found to have bullied staff

John Bercow has called the Commons standards investigation process “grievously unjust” after revealing he has been found guilty of bullying allegations. John Bercow has called the Commons standards investigation process “grievously unjust” after revealing he has been found guilty of bullying allegations. The former Commons speaker told the Sunday Times that he has been found guilty on 21 counts out of 35 by parliamentary standards commissioner Kathryn Stone, in a […]

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Sixteen and 17 year olds eligible for booster doses from Monday

About 40,000 teenagers will be eligible for their top-up dose when the national booking service opens at the start of the week Sixteen and 17-year-olds will able to get a Covid booster jab from Monday. About 40,000 teenagers will be eligible for their top-up dose when the national booking service opens at the start of the week in the latest phase of the vaccine programme. Previously, boosters were only recommended […]

todayJanuary 16, 2022 18

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