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- Friends of Meghan say bullying claims are an ‘ugly bid to destroy her’ (Picture: SWNS/CBS/Getty)Meghan Markle’s friends have rushed to her defence amid a bullying row with Buckingham Palace.Colleagues who worked with the duchess before she joined the royal family described her as ‘kind’ and ‘loved by everyone’ after details of bullying allegations were leaked to the press.One close friend suggested the fallout is fuelled by racism, telling Harper’s
- A health official says the news the EU has blocked a shipment of 250,000 AstraZeneca jabs to Australia reinforces how 'lucky' the country is.
- Dr Aly, who experienced domestic abuse at the hands of a former partner, said the prime minister has failed to take action by refusing to set up an independent inquiry.
- Martin Lewis put the nation’s questions to Rishi Sunak (Picture: ITV)Rishi Sunak confirmed thousands of business owners will be left without support during the pandemic after being confronted by money saving expert Martin Lewis.The chancellor was grilled over gaps in his Covid support packages during a 30-minute appearance on the consumer champion’s show.
Mr Lewis took the finance minster to task on his Budget announcement and why there is still no specific scheme to help the estimat
- Mason Mount scored Chelsea’s winner to see off Liverpool (AFP via Getty)West Ham midfielder Declan Rice singled out Mason Mount for praise after Chelsea beat Liverpool on Thursday evening.Thomas Tuchel’s side sealed a 1-0 win at Anfield thanks to Mount’s excellent individual goal in the first half.Mount has quickly become a key part of Tuchel’s Chelsea set up since the German replaced Frank Lampard as manager at the end of January.And the England international delivered a
- Barbed wire and metal barricades have already been erected around the Hennepin County Courthouse where Chauvin's murder trial is set to start Monday with jury selection.
Dan Andrews continues to open Melbourne to international flights - leaving thousands stranded abroadDespite facing mounting pressure from the federal government and other states to recommence international flights into Melbourne, Daniel Andrews is standing firm.
- The dogs, whose names, ages and sexes are yet to be revealed, arrived at Windsor Castle, ending an unprecedented corgi drought following the tragic death of Whisper in 2018
- Euphoria around the rollout of vaccinations has triggered a staycation rush, which means letting websites and property owners around the UK are already cashing in.
- Charlotte Bennett, 25, told CBS in her first televised interview on Thursday night that Andrew Cuomo was a textbook accuser, and she could not accept his apology.
- Inspiration lies ahead (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)Feeling ready for the day?No? Don’t panic.
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- Floods, humidity and rising temperatures caused by climate change threaten thousands of National Trust sites, such as Ham House on the Thames (pictured), the charity warns today.
- The Department for Transport has drawn-up plans for a firing from the UK amid hopes for £14.8bn industry
- Professor Sarah Gilbert has been recognised for her work developing the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab which is already credited with saving lives in the Covid-19 pandemic
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- LSU banned former head football coach Les Miles from contacting students after he allegedly kissed one and suggested they go to a hotel after telling her he could help her career.
- ANZ chief executive Shayne Elliott fears double-digit house price increases in some Australian suburbs will cause 'social and political problems'. He's also worried about low rates.
- Yesenia Cardona, 23,from Guatemala was among 13 migrants who died in a deadly car crash on Tuesday after illegally crossing the border from Mexico into California through a gap in the fence.
- David Beckham could be coming to Disney Plus soon (Picture: WireImage)David Beckham has reportedly signed a deal with Disney Plus to create a TV show about underprivileged footballers.The football legend is set to work with a group of young footballers from an inner city team who play in the east end of London.He’s said to be keen to act as a mentor for youngsters who grew up in similar circumstances to him and, according to The Sun, the show is now casting.A source said: ‘David was
Jamie Carragher gives verdict on Jurgen Klopp’s ‘strange’ Mohamed Salah substitution in Liverpool’s defeat to ChelseaJamie Carragher called Jurgen Klopp’s decision to sub Mohamed Salah ‘strange’ (Sky Sports)Jamie Carragher has questioned Jurgen Klopp’s ‘strange’ decision to substitute Mohamed Salah during Liverpool’s defeat to Chelsea at Anfield.Mason Mount’s strike in the first half was enough to secure a 1-0 victory for Thomas Tuchel’s side against the Premier League champions.But with Liverpool searching for an equaliser, Klopp opted to replace Salah aft
- Sir Andrew Dilnot, who led a review in 2011 on social care funding, last night called on Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak to find a way to reform the social care system.
- A small community shattered by the death of two young brothers in an alleged hit-and-run collision that shocked Australia have started paying their respects.
- A young boy is fighting for life after being pulled from a pool at a caravan park.
- President Joe Biden gave a virtual thank you NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory's Perseverance team for landing the rover on Mars last month.
- The Department for Education now says the pupils arriving into the UK from red list countries can quarantine in 'physically self-contained' accommodation at their school.
- Timo Werner came in and Olivier Giroud dropped out for Chelsea (Picture: Getty)Jamie Carragher was blown away by Thomas Tuchel’s ‘very brave’ game-plan and all-round approach in Chelsea’s 1-0 victory over Liverpool and felt his ‘big decision’ to start Timo Werner up front in place of Olivier Giroud paid dividends at Anfield.The Blues extended their unbeaten record under Tuchel to ten matches in all competitions, with Mason Mount’s sublime curled effort i
Meghan claims she is victim of Palace conspiracy, but RICHARD KAY reveals truth could be tantalisingRICHARD KAY: His office in the heart of Whitehall, four miles from Kensington Palace, is too far away for Simon Case to hear the cries of anguish emanating from the royal bunker where he used to work.
- The officers, who have not been named, were seen snapping photos near the corpse lying in the sand at Stanley Park in Vancouver on February 24 in footage recorded by videographer Zachary Ratcliffe.
Rishi Sunak's 'super deduction' could let Amazon wipe out its corporation tax bill, campaigners warnAmazon's British sales soared 51 per cent to £19.4billion last year. Its warehousing arm, Amazon UK Services, paid £6.3million in tax in 2019 despite raking in £3billion in sales.
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