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Cambridge University students enjoy their first May Balls since before pandemic

Cambridge University students celebrated the end of their exams with their first May Ball in three years, since before the first national coronavirus lockdown. The first Trinity May Ball was held in 1866, with the tradition quickly spreading to other colleges, but events were cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Organisers of this year’s 156th anniversary event said it would enjoy the “rich tradition” of “delightful […]

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Hyundai teases upcoming Ioniq 6 in new sketch

Hyundai has given an initial glimpse of its new Ioniq 6 electric car. Arriving as the second model in the firm’s newly-created Ioniq line-up of electric cars, the Ioniq 6 follows on from the well-regarded Ioniq 5. The sketch showcases a sleek, aerodynamic design with a sloping roofline and large wheels right at the very ends of the car. A small boot spoiler can also be seen on the drawing, […]

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Serena Williams set to make tennis return after year out this evening

Serena Williams will be made to wait a little longer before her comeback appearance in Eastbourne after her doubles’ match with Ons Jabeur was scheduled last on Centre Court later The 23-time grand-slam champion stunned the tennis world seven days ago when she announced a wild card had been awarded to her for Wimbledon. Williams also revealed she would play at the Rothesay International Eastbourne in the doubles’ competition with […]

todayJune 21, 2022 18


EasyJet to cancel thousands of summer flights

EasyJet is scrapping thousands of summer flights in a bid to avoid last-minute cancellations. The airline said the measure is also in response to caps introduced by Gatwick and Amsterdam Schiphol airports. It announced it is “proactively consolidating a number of flights across affected airports”. The aviation sector across Europe is experiencing “operational issues” including air traffic control delays, staff shortages in ground handling and at airports, and increased times […]

todayJune 20, 2022 18


Vauxhall celebrates supermini heritage with special edition Corsa e

Vauxhall is celebrating 40 years of its superminis with a new limited-edition version of its electric Corsa-e. Called the Corsa-e Anniversary Edition, it is limited to just 1,000 numbered units in the UK, with each gaining a variety of styling upgrades that are inspired by Vauxhall’s heritage. For instance, the Anniversary Edition is available with a new ‘Record Red’ metallic exterior paint, which takes inspiration from the ‘Carmine Red’ available […]

todayJune 20, 2022 18


Bruce Buck to step down as Chelsea chairman

Bruce Buck is stepping down as chairman of Chelsea after almost 20 years in the role. Buck, who will leave his post at the end of this month, will continue to be involved in the club as a senior advisor. The news follows the completion of the Todd Boehly-led consortium’s takeover of Chelsea at the end of May. Buck said on “I am proud to have helped Chelsea realise […]

todayJune 20, 2022 23


Man Utd chief executive Richard Arnold meets with disgruntled fans at local pub

Manchester United chief executive Richard Arnold met disgruntled fans in a pub to address concerns about the future of the club. Supporters had been planning a protest outside Arnold’s home amid ongoing unrest about the ownership of the Glazer family. The CEO, who replaced Ed Woodward earlier this year, bought drinks for the group and discussed a range of topics, including the owners and United’s pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Frenkie […]

todayJune 19, 2022 30


Worlds largest cargo ship arrives in UK port

The world’s largest cargo ship has arrived in the UK. The vessel, called the Ever Ace, holds the record for the most containers loaded on to a single ship. It arrived at the Port of Felixstowe in Suffolk, the biggest and busiest container port in Britain, on Sunday morning. The 1,300ft (400m) ship is capable of holding 23,992 standard containers. The vessel, which is operated by Taiwanese shipping company Evergreen […]

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Ukrainian family moved to tears by fundraiser to help diabetic daughter

A family who escaped the war in Ukraine were moved to tears after a British man raised more than £5,000 to help their diabetic daughter. John Rice, 56, who is from Northampton but has lived in Slovakia for a decade, opened up his home to the family after they were forced to flee their home in Chernihiv, northern Ukraine. Mr Rice set up a GoFundMe page to cover the cost […]

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