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Lidl and Aldi slash price of milk

Aldi and Lidl have followed rival supermarkets Sainsbury’s and Tesco in slashing the price of milk. The budget retailers announced on Friday that they are cutting the price of their four-pint own brand bottles by 10p from £1.65 to £1.55. The change follows a similar announcement by supermarket Sainsbury’s on Thursday, with Tesco being the first to cut its prices on Wednesday. The German stores often compete with Britain’s most […]

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George RR Martin reveals Game Of Thrones prequel series details

George RR Martin has revealed that the newly announced Game Of Thrones prequel series will “most likely” consist of six episodes. The American author, who is behind the fantasy book series A Song Of Ice And Fire which was turned into the hit HBO series about feuding noble families, wrote in a blog post that the new adaptation will be based on his novella The Hedge Knight. The book is […]

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Great Britains hopes of making Billie Jean King Cup Finals end in France defeat

Great Britain’s hopes of making the Billie Jean King Cup Finals ended with another battling defeat for Harriet Dart against Caroline Garcia, sealing victory for France. The visitors went into the second day at the Coventry Building Society Arena in full control after the narrowest of wins on Friday for Garcia against Katie Boulter and Alize Cornet over Dart. Having needed nearly three-and-a-half hours to battle her way past Boulter, […]

todayApril 15, 2023 6


Europes Juice spacecraft lifts off to explore Jupiters moons

A European spacecraft is on its way to Jupiter in a mission to explore whether its ocean-bearing moons can support life. The six-tonne probe, named Juice (Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer), blasted off on an Ariane 5 rocket on Friday at 1.14pm UK time from the European spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. Juice was due to take off on Thursday but weather conditions showed there was a risk of lightning. The […]

todayApril 14, 2023 11


Liam Payne tells how being a father encourages him to support Soccer Aid

Liam Payne has said being a father has encouraged him to support Unicef’s Soccer Aid match more as he wants every child to have the “right to play”. The 29-year-old singer, who shares 6-year-old Bear with singer Cheryl, is returning to play for the England team in the upcoming charity football game in June. Payne also revealed that he hopes some of his former One Direction bandmates are not drafted […]

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Political leaders support Euro 2028 bid including Casement Park

The leaders of the five largest political parties in Northern Ireland sent a statement supporting the use of a rebuilt Casement Park in the UK and Ireland Euro 2028 bid. The statement said the proposed new stadium was an Executive commitment which would be a “world class, state of the art” facility. The Gaelic sports stadium in Belfast is part of the joint bid to host Euro 2028 along with […]

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Joe Biden to address Irish parliament and attend banquet at Dublin Castle

The US president is continuing his four-day visit to the island of Ireland US President Joe Biden will address the Irish parliament on Thursday as his visit to the island of Ireland continues with a series of official engagements in Dublin. Before his address to both houses of the Oireachtas, Mr Biden will visit President of Ireland Michael D Higgins at his official residence in Phoenix Park and will also have a meeting with […]

todayApril 13, 2023 19


UK economy flatlines in February as teachers strikes drag on growth

The nation is continuing to narrowly avoid dipping into a recession The UK’s economy showed no growth in February as the nation continued to narrowly avoid dipping into a recession despite decades-high inflation. Teachers’ and Civil Service strike action acted as one of the biggest drags on gross domestic product (GDP), with thousands of workers walking out during the month. The decline in the services sector offset growth in the […]

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Man to appear in court charged with murder of Pc Sharon Beshenivsky in 2005

The 74 year old has been extradited from Pakistan and is accused of killing the police officer in Bradford A 74-year-old man is to appear in court charged with the murder of Police Constable Sharon Beshenivsky in Bradford 18 years ago after being extradited from Pakistan. Piran Ditta Khan was brought back to the UK and taken into custody at a West Yorkshire police station, where he was charged with killing the […]

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