- Liberty Poole is heading into the Love Island villa (Picture: Rex)Although Love Island’s Liberty Poole isn’t going into the Majorcan villa with the intention of having sex on TV, she isn’t ruling it out.The 21-year-old student and waitress from Birmingham is one of the 11 singletons confirmed to be appearing on the ITV2 dating show, which launches on Monday night.‘I’m not looking to have sex on TV,’ Liberty told Metro.co.uk. ‘However, if you meet someone
- New South Wales has recorded 145 new Covid-19 cases overnight - but 51 were infectious in the community during that time.
- Town halls are seeking control over 20mph and 30mph zones, arguing a lack of traffic police makes roads dangerous - leaving residents at risk.
- Asylum Seeker Resource Centre chief executive Kon Karapanagiotidis lashed out at protesters in his hometown of Melbourne, and around Australia, saying they have nothing to whinge about.
- The NHS app is currently acting as a Covid certificate for Britons who have received two doses of the vaccine to return from amber list countries without quarantining.
- Kate Shemirani, 54, spoke to a crowd in Trafalgar Square, telling them: 'At the Nuremberg trials, the doctors and nurses, they stood trial, and they hung.'
- Texas firefighter, Elijah Snow, was found dead in near Cancun, Mexico last Monday. Mexican police say his body was found in a bathroom window.
- Chief executive Steve Rowe's announcement means UK shoppers could get school uniforms, cocktail dresses for evening functions and lingerie ordered online and delivered last-minute.
- There have been reports the NSW government isweighing up an extension of lockdown until September 17. The premier has denied them in interviews on Monday.
- A 31-year-old woman was found with 'severe' in Bury on Friday evening. Three men have been arrested. Witness Shaista Farzeen, 33, revealed how she heard screaming and ran out to help the woman.
- IOC vice-president John Coates has hit back at claims he is 'anti-women' after making the awkward demand of Ms Palaszczuk on Wednesday night.
- As crowds celebrate ousting of an administration blamed for economic stagnation, opposition accuses Kais Saied of staging a coupTunisian president Kais Saied has suspended parliament and dismissed prime minister Hichem Mechichi after a day of protests against the ruling party brought the country’s political crisis to a head.Cheering crowds quickly flooded the streets of the capital Tunis after Saied’s announcement on Sunday, celebrating and honking car horns in scenes that recalled t
- Newcomer Alex Yee secured the second silver medal for TeamGB with an outstanding performance in the Men's triathlon in sweltering conditions in Tokyo this morning.
- The BBC's former political editor Andrew Marr said ex-reporters and columnists - such as Michael Gove and Boris Johnson - have a tendency to 'exaggerate'.
- BBC nature presenter Iolo Williams said they are scaring birds and sealife - and there is little police can do because jet-skis have no registration plates to identify them.
- via mirror.co.ukThe flash floods have caused chaos across London as more than double July's average monthly rainfall fell in the space of a few hours
- Vladimir Putin said Russia had the power to launch a strike against its enemies. It comes as military officials announced tests of advanced new weapons.
- Snowdonia's quarries in Wales are said to have roofed important buildings around the world, including Copenhagen city hall and the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne.
- Olympics fans were left furious after the broadcaster tweeted Chelsie Giles had won a bronze medal in judo before their delayed coverage had finished on BBC One.
- A Scottish man has issued a warning to fellow backpackers after his ute was vandalised during a trip to Wollumbin National Park, in NSW's Northern Rivers region, on Saturday.
- NYPD on Sunday released images of three young white men they want to speak to in connection with a brutal attack on a 44-year-old firefighter as he was walking his dog on Friday evening.
- Kais Saied says he will form a new administration amid outpouring of support in the ‘happiest moment since the 2011 revolution’Tunisian president Kais Saied has suspended parliament and dismissed prime minister Hichem Mechichi after a day of protests against the ruling party brought the country’s political crisis to a head.Cheering crowds quickly flooded the streets of the capital Tunis after Saied’s announcement on Sunday, celebrating and honking car horns in scenes that
- Missing British backpacker Esther Dingley could have fallen after being caught out by a snow-covered mountain path in the Pyrenees, a local expert has speculated after remains were found.
- Zelda: Skyward Sword HD – is it a better game now? (pic: Nintendo)The Monday Inbox talks about real life moments that remind you of video games, as one reader celebrates Max Payne’s 20th anniversary.To join in with the discussions yourself email [email protected]
After being dubious about Zelda: Skyward Sword HD, I decided to take the plunge and I’m glad to say, I’ve enjoyed it far more than I ever did on the Wii. My issue with the motion controls was
- Shocking figures show fraud convictions in Britain have slumped by 62 per cent since 2011 to their lowest level in 14 years. But reports of investment fraud have spiked by 343 per cent since 2017.
- Men’s event won by Norway’s Kristian BlummenfeltYee finishes second with New Zealand’s Hayden Wilde thirdIn the sweaty heat of a Tokyo morning, Alex Yee summoned the performance of his young life to win a triathlon silver medal for Britain at these Olympic Games. For a few tantalising minutes it appeared that gold could be in the 23-year-old’s grasp, but he had no answer to a stunning final lap surge from the Norwegian Kristian Blummenfelt.An enthralling race appeared to
- Retired art teacher Alison White, 64, hoped to get up to 500 blooms, but there are now 1,452 at St Margaret of Antioch in Barley, Hertfordshire.
- via mirror.co.ukTravellers from amber listed countries can skip isolating at home for 10 days if they have been given two doses of a vaccine - and it's believed France could move back to the amber list
- The Government launched a pet theft taskforce in May - but 508 dogs have been stolen since. The Kennel Club claims the thefts are being treated as 'petty crime' and is calling for tougher laws.
Pink offers to pay Norwegian women’s beach handball team fine as she brands bikini uniform ruling ‘very sexist’Pink has been impressed by the team’s stance (Picture: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for AMAZON PRIME VIDEO)Pink has thrown her support behind the Norwegian women’s beach handball team after they were fined for wearing shorts instead of bikini bottoms, offering to pick up their bill from the European Beach Handball Championships.The team received a 1,500 euro (£1,295) fine from the European Handball Federation (EHF) after wearing shorts, deemed ‘inappropriate clothing’,
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