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Red Roses value to RFU rapidly rising amid calls for fairer financial rewards

England will make history at Twickenham on Saturday amid a call for the Rugby Football Union to ensure the financial rewards available in the women’s game match its growing value to the governing body. The Red Roses host France in a Grand Slam decider with over 53,000 tickets already sold, surpassing the previous highest ever crowd of 42,579 seen for last autumn’s World Cup final against New Zealand in Auckland. It provides […]

todayApril 29, 2023 6


Richard Sharp resigns as BBC chair after breaching appointment rules

He failed to disclose that he played a role in getting Boris Johnson an £800,000 loan guarantee Richard Sharp has resigned as BBC chairman after being found to have broken the rules by failing to disclose he played a role in getting Boris Johnson an £800,000 loan guarantee. Adam Heppinstall KC’s review found the former Tory donor twice breached the code governing public appointments, risking the perception he was not independent from […]

todayApril 28, 2023 13


Britons in Sudan urged to head to airfield quickly after ceasefire extended

Rival generals have agreed a further three-day deal Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has urged all UK nationals wishing to flee Sudan to come forward “as quickly as possible” despite a three-day extension to the ceasefire being agreed. The British evacuation mission was potentially bought more time when the rival generals made the deal as the midnight deadline for the resumption of fierce fighting loomed. The RAF has airlifted nearly 900 people from […]

todayApril 28, 2023 9


James Corden filled with pride as he signs off The Late Late Show

The British comedian has stepped down from the hit show after more than 8 years James Corden said he was filled with “nothing but love, gratitude and pride” as he closed out his final episode of The Late Late Show. The British comedian said he had “struggled to find the words” to describe his emotions after more than eight years of hosting the US talk show. The final show saw […]

todayApril 28, 2023 14


Jerry Springer dies aged 79

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todayApril 27, 2023 11


Ramsdale wont give up on Arsenal title dream

Aaron Ramsdale claims Arsenal will not give up on their title dream despite Wednesday’s shattering loss at Manchester City. The Premier League leaders crashed to a 4-1 loss at the Etihad Stadium to lose control of a title race they have dominated for most of the season. City’s emphatic victory took the champions within two points of the Gunners at the top and, with two games in hand, Pep Guardiola’s […]

todayApril 27, 2023 7


Gambling firms to face compulsory levy in long awaited White Paper plans

Gambling companies are to be forced to step up checks on punters “to better protect even those unable to afford small losses” under plans to tackle addiction in the biggest shake-up of the industry’s regulations in 15 years. Plans also include maximum stakes for online slot machines of between £2 and £15 for all customers subject to consultation and a new statutory levy which will see gambling companies required to fund more […]

todayApril 27, 2023 8


No nul points Camilla jokes with UKs Eurovision entry Mae Muller

The Queen Consort told the UK’s Eurovision hopeful Mae Muller “No nul points” when she joined the King in unveiling the contest’s spectacular stage. Charles and Camilla, who are busy preparing for their coronations, visited Liverpool and lit up the arena hosting the global show, which will crown a national winner on Saturday May 13. Eurovision 2023 managing director Martin Green said the royal couple expressed “interest” in the event, […]

todayApril 26, 2023 14


Britain lifts 301 people to safety from Sudan with four more flights scheduled

The British evacuation mission from Sudan has lifted 301 people to safety over four flights as the military races against time to rescue citizens while a fragile ceasefire holds. Another RAF flight was preparing to depart the Wadi Saeedna airstrip near the capital of Khartoum on Wednesday afternoon, with a further three flights expected later in the day. Downing Street said the flights have been “full or close to full”, […]

todayApril 26, 2023 6