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Irrelevant that Colston was a slave trader statue damage trial told

Jurors trying four people accused of toppling a statue of Edward Colston have been told the fact he was a slave trader is “wholly irrelevant”. Rhian Graham, 30, Milo Ponsford, 26, Jake Skuse, 33, and Sage Willoughby, 22, are on trial at Bristol Crown Court after denying criminal damage. The bronze memorial to the 17th century slave merchant was pulled down during a Black Lives Matter protest on June 7 […]

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Kim Kardashian requests immediate termination of marriage to Kanye West

The reality star says irreconcilable differences “continue to exist” Kim Kardashian has requested that her marriage to rapper Kanye West be immediately terminated, saying that no reconciliation will be “of any value at this time”. The reality star, 41, said irreconcilable differences “continue to exist” between the pair and that she had requested several times that West agree to the split. In legal documents obtained by the PA news agency, […]

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Cash deposits and withdrawals at Post Offices top 3bn in a month for first time

In November, the Post Office handled the highest amount of cash in a single month in its 360-year history Cash deposits and withdrawals at Post Office branches have topped £3 billion in a single month for the first time. The milestone was reached in November, when the Post Office handled the highest amount of cash in a single month in its 360-year history. In total, £3.01 billion was deposited and […]

todayDecember 14, 2021 9

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PM sets accelerated new year booster target in face of Omicron tidal wave

Every adult in England will be offered one by the end of this month The target for giving every adult in England a booster jab has been brought forward by a month over fears of a “tidal wave of Omicron” that could cause “very many deaths”. Boris Johnson, in a pre-recorded address to the nation on Sunday evening, said Britain “must urgently reinforce our wall of vaccine protection” as he […]

todayDecember 13, 2021 8

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Magpies misery as Leicesters Youri Tielemans marks milestone match with a brace

Newcastle remain deep in relegation trouble after losing 4-0 at Leicester on Sunday. Youri Tielemans struck twice as the Foxes recovered from their Europa League exit following defeat away to Napoli on Thursday night. Tielemans converted a penalty to give Leicester the lead shortly before half-time, before Patson Daka finished off a sweeping move to add a second in the 57th minute. James Maddison set up Tielemans, making his 100th […]

todayDecember 12, 2021 28

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More Covid 19 measures may be needed to tackle the Omicron variant

More Covid-19 measures may be needed to tackle the fast-spreading Omicron variant with the UK facing an “inevitable” large wave of infections, the chief medical adviser for the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has said. Dr Susan Hopkins said people will have to reduce social contact as much as possible, adding that lateral flow tests should be used before going out to meet anyone. Her remarks came as Education Secretary […]

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Red Bulls Max Verstappen has won his first Formula One world championship

Max Verstappen prevailed in his final-race shoot-out with Lewis Hamilton to claim the Formula One world championship after a dramatic final lap. The Red Bull driver looked out of the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at various points but, after a safety car came on to deal with a Nicholas Latifi crash, he was given a reprieve. He changed his tyres during the delay and, after lapped cars were allowed […]

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Nadhim Zahawi There are no plans to vaccinate primary school children

The Government does not have plans “at the moment” to vaccinate primary school-aged children, according to the Education Minister. Nadhim Zahawi said vaccination experts were still reviewing the evidence on what level of protection a coronavirus jab would give those aged under 12, and that a decision would await their verdict. It comes after the Sunday Times reported that healthcare staff have been told to start preparing for the mass […]

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Omicron wave inevitable and more measures may be needed

More Covid-19 measures may be needed to tackle the fast-spreading Omicron variant with the UK facing an “inevitable” large wave of infections, the chief medical adviser for the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has said. Dr Susan Hopkins said people will have to reduce social contact as much as possible, adding that lateral flow tests should be used before going out to meet anyone. Her remarks came as Education Secretary […]

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