- Louis Tomlinson is set to perform a virtual gig on December 12 (Picture: Beretta/Sims/REX)Louis Tomlinson is set to perform a worldwide virtual gig in order to raise money for charity and the backstage crews affected by coronavirus.The singer, 28, has announced the one-off gig, Louis Tomlinson Live From London, which will be broadcast worldwide on December 12. Louis will perform songs from his hit debut album Walls as well as a few surprise tracks live with his band, with the recording then
- Asad Bhatti was arrested after officers from Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTPSE) raided a property in Redhill, Surrey, on January 8.
- Dr Vin Diwakar, NHS London' medical director, tonight slammed Britons attempting to bypass the priority list, describing them as 'morally reprehensible'.
- Guatemalan tv network Televisiete confirmed the second migrant caravan of 2021 is set to leave from Honduras next Monday and a third is slate to depart El Salvador on February 14.
- The buses, which have been loaned by Go-Ahead, will be used by NHS staff in the capital working to treat tens of thousands of Covid-19 patients and ease pressure on the London Ambulance Service
- Albert Pirro had been among those expected to be on the list issued in the early hours of Wednesday morning. But when he was not, his ex-wife lobbied Trump directly.
- Speaking on Today, Dr. Rochelle Walensky was unable to give a date for when the vaccines would be available in pharmacies by mid-February, as Alex Azar promised last month.
- Resident Evil Village – you can expect to see more of Vampire Lady tonight (pic: Capcom)There’s been an unintended sneak peek at what seems to be the multiplayer mode for Resident Evil 8, with the full reveal due later today.It’s a big night for Resident Evil fans, with Capcom set to reveal not just the first gameplay footage of Resident Evil Village but also a range of other announcements for the series’ 25th anniversary.The fact that there’s some kind of 25th anni
- China's state broadcaster CCTV told its millions of viewers that 'something fishy' was going on at the Fort Detrick lab, reviving the rumour that the contagion could have come from there.
- President Joe Biden began signing his first executive orders in the Oval Office of the White House on Wednesday (Picture: AP)President Joe Biden used his new-found powers to undo some of Donald Trump’s most controversial policies on his first day in office.Biden, 77, wasted no time at all in acting to scrap a raft of measures brought in by the Trump administration since 2016. As he sat in the oval office for the first time and with one swipe of a pen, the President moved to scrap nine of h
- A TikTok user who loves cleaning has shared her simple yet 'game-changing' trick for getting pen marks off sofas and chairs after children have drawn on them
The Chase’s master quizzers are set to take their skills around the globe in their new series The Chasers’ Road Trip: Trains, Brains, and Automobiles – and we’re so on board.Three of the stars on the quiz show, which is hosted by Bradley Walsh, are putting their abilities to the test as they take on talent from around the world.They’ll be up against child ge
- Children at state kindergarten number 317 in Krasnoyarsk, in Siberia, pour icy water over themselves in minus 20C cold, which is believed to keep them healthy, and stop infections.
- The van driver was forced to manoeuvre around the large red hatchback after it turned left on the A28 in Aughnacloy, Northern Ireland.
- Officers were injured breaking up massive gatherings in the third national lockdown and forces have seen a significant rise in fines given out to rule breakers, the National Police Chiefs’ Council has said
- Statues of prominent City of London figures William Beckford and Sir John Cass are to be pulled down over their connections to the slave trade following this summer's BLM movement
- Housewife Lauren Billington was in a passing car when she heard Leon Briggs, 39, shouting 'help' and 'get off me' as he was held down in a street by a group of officers in Luton in 2013.
- While this year's ceremony was significantly scaled down amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and fears of a domestic terror attack, there was still no shortage of pomp and pageantry.
Eddie Izzard says feet and legs are ‘knackered’ from doing 31 marathons in 31 days: ‘I’m hanging on’Eddie Izzard is feeling the pain on day 21 of 31 marathons in 31 days (Picture: instagram)Eddie Izzard has revealed her body is aching two thirds of the way through her 31 marathons in 31 days challenge but is soldiering on regardless. The stand-up comedian, 58, has been sharing her progress on Instagram and gave fans an update on how she is feeling at this stage in her ‘Make Humanity Great Again’ challenge. She revealed: ‘Day 21, in the bubble of the car, so we
- Henry Michael Penijn has been jailed (Picture: SWNS)A drug smuggler who took a flight with £80,000 worth of cocaine in his stomach has been jailed.Henry Michael Penijn, 36, had swallowed 93 packets of the drug cocaine when he was stopped by border officers at Gatwick Airport on December 12 last year.Tests later revealed the drugs were 64% pure and would have been worth the huge amount if cut and sold on the street.When questioned, he admitted swallowing the cocaine before boarding a flight
- The Most Rev Justin Welby told Parliament the North American country had in the pipeline more than five times what it needed for its 38million citizens.
- Hannah Feld claims Jonathan Feld, 61 - of Kilburn, London - took the money when their mother was suffering from dementia. Mr Feld faces criminal charges for taking £155,853.
The Village People slam Donald Trump’s final use of YMCA: ‘His abusive use of our music has finally ended’The Village People are not here for Trump dancing to their song (Picture: Getty)The Village People have made their feelings known after Donald Trump used their song YMCA for the final time as president of the United States. Trump has often used the track at his political events, but the band are relieved that the end of his presidency means he hopefully won’t utilise their song any more. The Village People told TMZ: ‘We asked him to cease and desist long ago. However, since
- Jurgen Klopp’s side are without a win in four league games (Picture: Getty Images)Liverpool’s bid to retain the Premier League title has stalled in recent weeks with the Reds without a win in four games, but they will look to get back on track when they host Burnley on Thursday night.Draws with West Brom, Newcastle and Manchester United along with a defeat to Southampton have left Jurgen Klopp’s team fourth in the table.Even victory over the Clarets cannot improve that position
- Priti Patel is looking for a speechwriter who will be paid up to £63,000 a year to 'reflect her voice and priorities' - but candidates are warned they face 'long and unpredictable working hours.'
- Two prominent statues of slave traders are being removed from the Guildhall in London (Pictures: Wikipedia/Rex)The City of London Corporation has voted to remove the statues of two slave traders from its headquarters.
Statues of Sir John Cass and William Beckford will be taken down from prominent positions at the historic Guildhall building in Moorgate.
A taskforce – set up in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests last summer – recommended the statues be removed to ensure the Squar
- And today Dr Vin Diwakar, NHS England regional medical director for London said people trying to jump the queue were denying vulnerable people a "life-saving vaccine".
- The new President has revamped the Oval Office (Picture: AP/AFP/Getty Images)Joe Biden removed Donald Trump’s bust of Winston Churchill on his first day as President, replacing it with Cesar Chavez.The US leader revealed his new decor after inviting the press to watch him sign a series of executive orders on Wednesday.A bust of Churchill was first displayed in the Oval Office after Tony Blair loaned it to George W Bush in 2001.It was sent back to the British embassy when Barack Obama took
- Harvey Tyrrell, 7, waselectrocuted in front of his mum and dad (Picture: SWNS/PA)A boy was electrocuted in front of his parents after an experienced electrician installed pub garden lights which had ‘significant defects’, a court heard.Harvey Tyrrell, 7, died on September 11 2018 after he suffered an electric shock while playing with his friend in the garden of the King Harold pub in Romford, East London.The boy ‘collapsed to the ground’ after sitting on a wall decorated
- 'There is nothing for us to rework. We are going to have to build everything from scratch,' said a source as the Biden Administration looks to accelerate vaccine distribution.
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