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The Power Of The Dog takes top honours at Bafta film awards

The Power Of The Dog won top honours at the Bafta film awards, where sci-fi blockbuster Dune also collected a string of gongs. The Power Of The Dog won top honours at the Bafta film awards, where sci-fi blockbuster Dune also collected a string of gongs. Will Smith and Joanna Scanlan were named winners of the top acting prizes, while No Time To Die actress Lashana Lynch was crowned EE […]

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Mother pays tribute after beautiful 18 year old son stabbed to death

A mother has paid tribute to her “beautiful” 18-year-old son, after he was stabbed to death. A mother has paid tribute to her “beautiful” 18-year-old son, after he was stabbed to death. Abdikarim Abdalla Ahmed was stabbed on Market Street in Bury, Lancashire, shortly before 4pm on Friday. Emergency services treated him at the scene before he was taken to hospital, where he died. A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be […]

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Just Stop Oil campaigners stage noisy protest at Baftas

A Just Stop Oil protest has taken place near the red carpet for the Bafta film awards. A Just Stop Oil protest has taken place near the red carpet for the Bafta film awards. Protesters at the Royal Albert Hall in London could be heard chanting “just stop oil” and banging drums while surrounded by police. A statement from the organisation said that 30 young supporters of the campaign disrupted […]

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More than 600000 people in Scotland had new debt problems during pandemic

Citizens Advice Scotland estimate over 236,000 did not have debt pre-pandemic, but do now More than 600,000 adults in Scotland entered debt during the pandemic, or saw their pre-existing debt get worse, according to new analysis. Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) said that from its analysis of YouGov polling it estimates that 364,004 Scottish adults had debt before the pandemic which has got worse. A further 236,602 Scottish adults did not […]

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Russian leaders will be questioning what they have unleashed in Ukraine

That's according to the former head of the British armed forces, General Sir Nick Carter The former head of the British armed forces has said Russian leaders will be questioning “what they have unleashed” in Ukraine. General Sir Nick Carter told Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby on his BBC Radio 4 show The Archbishop Interviews that the people of Ukraine will be “suffering significantly” for years following the invasion. It […]

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Vital climate research in jeopardy after invasion of Ukraine

Permafrost, the frozen ground that covers around 60% of Russian territory, is estimated to hold twice as much greenhouse gas as the atmosphere Scientists trying to piece together data on the stability of one of the earth’s largest carbon sinks could see their work hampered by Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Permafrost, the frozen ground that covers around 60% of Russian territory, is estimated to hold twice as much greenhouse […]

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Arts and culture venues in England to share in 48m fund to secure future

63 galleries, museums, libraries and other cultural venues will benefit from the support Arts and culture venues in England are set to share £48 million of funding to support their recovery and safeguard their future. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced that 63 galleries, museums, libraries and other cultural venues will benefit from the support. It has said that the funding is part of the […]

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Gluten free veggie creation wins pie of the year

The winning entry was made with vegetarian jackfruit ‘steak’, gluten-free craft ale and black pepper A vegetarian and gluten-free pie has claimed the Supreme Champion crown at this year’s British Pie Awards in Melton Mowbray. There were 23 different classes of hot and cold savoury and dessert pies and pasties for the 151 judges to consider at the competition, which returned to its traditional March timing after the pandemic saw […]

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Clyde steamer which carried royalty to sail again

The Princess Royal made the announcement during a visit to the TS Queen Mary, which is undergoing careful restoration in Glasgow A famous steam ship which once carried passengers including the Queen Mother and King George V is to sail again on the River Clyde. The Princess Royal made the announcement on Friday during a visit to the TS Queen Mary, which is undergoing careful restoration in Glasgow. Originally it […]

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