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Djokovic claims critics accusing him of fake injury are driving Melbourne run

Novak Djokovic has hit back at critics accusing him of “faking” his hamstring injury by saying it adds to his motivation to win the Australian Open title. The condition of the Serbian’s left leg has been a major talking point at Melbourne Park after he arrived at the tournament nursing the injury and then took medical timeouts in his second and third-round matches. But he still won both and then […]

todayJanuary 24, 2023 19


Catcalling must be made a public health issue Emily Atack says

Emily Atack has said it is “important” to make catcalling a “public health issue” as she fronts a new BBC Two documentary about her experiences of sexual harassment. The Inbetweeners star said verbal street harassment – with culprits shouting often sexual comments in public – can be “very damaging” to people’s lives. In Emily Atack: Asking For It?, she explores how “something so grotesque, aggressive, malicious and violent” as sexual […]

todayJanuary 24, 2023 7


Reports of loan fee scams have jumped says bank

Scams where victims are asked to pay fees upfront for goods or services such as loans that never materialise have surged, figures from Lloyds Bank indicate. People with a poor credit history may be particularly likely to be targeted as households feel the squeeze from cost-of-living pressures. The number of “advance fee” frauds reported to Lloyds Banking Group by customers jumped by 82% across 2022, compared with 2021. The average […]

todayJanuary 24, 2023 12


WRU facing allegations of sexism and discrimination following BBC investigation

The Welsh Rugby Union is facing allegations of sexism and discrimination which have left MP and former Wales international Tonia Antoniazzi expressing “great concerns” over the women’s game in the country. A number of ex-WRU employees have taken part in an investigation by BBC Wales, to be screened on Monday night, making accusations about their time at the governing body. Charlotte Wathan, general manager of women’s rugby until her resignation […]

todayJanuary 23, 2023 7


Patients taking antidepressants can become less sensitive to rewards research

Commonly-prescribed antidepressants can make patients become less sensitive to rewards – affecting a key behavioural learning process that can lead to emotional dullness, according to scientists. Researchers have found that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, can affect reinforcement learning, which allows people to learn from their actions and their environment. These drugs work by targeting the body’s “feel-good” chemical known as serotonin, which carries messages between nerve cells in […]

todayJanuary 23, 2023 9


Big decisions needed on green growth as UK lags behind rivals CBI chief

The UK is lagging behind international rivals on green growth, the chief of the Confederation of British Industry will warn, as he urges the Government to take “big decisions” to boost the economy. Tony Danker will call on Chancellor Jeremy Hunt not to “shy away from the hard decisions that can reverse the UK’s trajectory” of falling investment in his spring budget. In a speech at University College London on […]

todayJanuary 23, 2023 8


Buckingham Palace reveals details about Kings coronation weekend

There'll be a balcony appearance at the palace, and a star-studded concert at Windsor Castle A balcony appearance at Buckingham Palace, a concert featuring global stars and a day of volunteering will all form part of celebrations for the King’s coronation. The palace has revealed new details on plans for events that will take place over the coronation weekend from Saturday May 6 to Monday May 8. The coronation of the King and Queen Consort […]

todayJanuary 22, 2023 10


Fog warning but UK over the worst say experts

Forecasters have issued a further weather warning for fog this weekend – but said the UK is “over the worst” of the cold snap. The Met Office said parts of England will be hit by difficult driving conditions while freezing temperatures could see untreated surfaces become slippery. The yellow weather warning will be in place between 2am and 11am on Sunday, with Yorkshire down to East Anglia expected to see […]

todayJanuary 21, 2023 7


Early stalemate in Premier League

Liverpool’s goalless draw with Chelsea – only their second in 80 league meetings – was as unsurprising as it was disappointing as two struggling sides failed to rise to the occasion. For the last decade such a result between the two would often have been viewed as satisfactory but this was a missed opportunity for both and was a poor return on Jurgen Klopp’s 1,000th game as a manager. Both […]

todayJanuary 21, 2023 7