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Month: October 2022

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Liverpool to host Eurovision Song Contest in 2023

The final will take place on May the 13th Liverpool has been confirmed to host the Eurovision Song Contest next year. The international music show is being held in the UK after this year’s winner, Ukraine, was deemed unable to host because of the Russian invasion. The city faced Glasgow in the final run-off after a list of 20 candidates was whittled down by the BBC and European Broadcasting Union, […]

todayOctober 7, 2022 11

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Sturgeon reveals no contact with Truss

Nicola Sturgeon says she has not heard from Prime Minister Liz Truss since she took office describing the PM's actions as "absurd." Ahead of the SNP conference, the Scottish First Minister said she has not had a call or meeting with Ms Truss since she entered Number 10 last month. There were conversations between the two when they met during events commemorating the death of the Queen, the First Minister said, but […]

todayOctober 7, 2022 7

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President Biden says nuclear Armageddon risk highest since Cuban Missile Crisis

He says his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin is 'not joking' about using tactical nuclear weapons US President Joe Biden has said his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin is “not joking” about tactical nuclear weapons and the “Armageddon” risk is at its highest level since the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. Russian officials have spoken of the possibility of using tactical nuclear weapons after suffering massive setbacks in the eight-month invasion of Ukraine. Speaking […]

todayOctober 7, 2022 6

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HS2 celebrates as first giant London tunnelling machine is switched on

It has started it's 5-mile journey towards Greenford from West Ruislip in West London HS2 has launched the first of six machines that will dig the high-speed railway’s tunnels under London. The tunnel-boring machine was activated near West Ruislip railway station in the west of the capital on Thursday. It is one of two TBMs which will dig a five-mile twin-bore tunnel to Greenford over the next 22 months. Once […]

todayOctober 6, 2022 6

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Conor Benns fight with Chris Eubank Jr postponed after failed drug test

The British Boxing Board of Control declared the fight as “not in the interests of boxing” Conor Benn’s fight against Chris Eubank Jr on Saturday has been officially postponed after Benn tested positive for a banned substance, co-promoters Matchroom and Wasserman Boxing have announced. Eddie Hearn and Kalle Sauerland have conceded defeat in their attempts to stage the catchweight meeting at the O2 in defiance of the British Boxing Board […]

todayOctober 6, 2022 6

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Save money and back Britain grid urges as it warns of potential blackouts

The first planned blackouts in decades might hit parts of the country this winter The first planned blackouts in decades might hit parts of the country this winter if power plants cannot get enough gas to keep running, the body that oversees Britain’s electricity grid has warned. Households are being encouraged to help avoid blackouts, “save money and back Britain” by using more energy during off-peak times. In what it […]

todayOctober 6, 2022 5

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Liz Truss promises to make hard choices in search for economic growth

She's given her first speech to the Conservative Party conference as Prime Minister Liz Truss said she would make the “difficult but necessary” choices to get economic growth, but was heckled by environmental campaigners during her first conference speech as Tory leader. The Prime Minister promised to steer the country through the “tempest” and “get Britain moving”. Greenpeace protesters holding a flag which read “who voted for this?” were ejected […]

todayOctober 5, 2022 8

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British teachers found not guilty after death of girl on school trip

Three British teachers have been found not guilty of the equivalent of manslaughter by gross negligence after a 12-year-old girl drowned on a school trip in France. Jessica Lawson died after a pontoon capsized in a lake near the city of Limoges in July 2015. At the Palais de Justice in the French town of Tulle on Wednesday, Steven Layne, Chantelle Lewis and Daisy Stathers were all cleared of any […]

todayOctober 5, 2022 3

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Alec Baldwin and Rust producers reach settlement with Halyna Hutchins estate

Filming of the movie Rust will now continue Filming of the movie Rust will continue after Alec Baldwin and the production company reached an undisclosed settlement with the estate of killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Lawyers representing Ms Hutchins’ husband Matthew and their son Andros sued the Hollywood star and film’s producers for wrongful death in February. Ms Hutchins was killed on the set of the movie in October 2021 after […]

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