Zendaya ‘sharpened video game playing skills’ in lockdown as she brightens up Vanity Fair’s Hollywood cover with Michaela CoelZendaya, Michaela Coel and Charlize Theron star in Vanity Fair’s Hollywood Issue (Picture: Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari/Vanity Fair)Zendaya, Sacha Baron Cohen and Michaela Coel are some of the stars who have landed a spot on this year’s bright and bold Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair.Charlize Theron, Michael B Jordan, Spike Lee, Maya Rudolph and Awkwafina also appear on the cover, which highlights actors whose work has shone over the last year.In a move seemingly done to co
- Wanting to preserve the liberty of freedom of movement within Europe, we had voted Remain (Picture: Chris Whitehead)On June 24, 2016, we woke up to news that Britain had voted in favour of leaving the EU.
Wanting to preserve the liberty of freedom of movement within Europe, we had voted Remain, so the news came as a crushing blow. Right until the final hour, we were confident Remainers would win. We instinctively knew that a Leave result would make things difficult for British expats and th
- Joe Biden wants an investigation into sexual assault and harassment allegations levied against Andrew Cuomo, Jen Psaki said, as a second woman came forward against the New York governor.
- As of Sunday morning, Harris, Pelosi, Clinton and Senator Elizabeth Warren have all stayed silent. That's after a second former aide came forward with allegations against Cuomo Saturday night.
- Any 'sin tax' rises in the Budget will only be confirmed on Wednesday - but Chancellor Rishi Sunak has previously made clear the cost of tobacco will keep going up
- Melissa Caddick was declared dead by police on Saturday after DNA testing revealed that her severed foot, wedged inside a sneaker, drifted ashore on Bournda Beach on the NSW south coast.
- A nightclub in Leeds said there's "no point messing about" as it announced its Grand Reopening for 21 June, 12:01am - the same day PM Boris Johnson said nightclubs could reopen
- The Labour ex-chancellor said increasing levies now could threaten to 'derail' the UK's recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
Mikel Arteta praises ‘game-changer’ Willian and names three players who stepped up in Arsenal’s win over Leicester CityThe Brazilian is now Arsenal’s leading assister this season (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has praised Willian for overcoming a difficult period in his career and feels the Brazilian along with three more senior players really stepped up against Leicester City.Fresh from progressing to the last 16 of the Europa League in midweek, the Gunners faced a difficult trip to the King Power Stadium and found themselves behind early on after a strike from Youri Tielemans.But they r
- Monty Don's incredible garden is under threat as flood waters surround hiscountry estate. Don said his home is 'completely surrounded' by water after the nearby River Arrow burst its banks.
- 61% of those with dry skin find it worsens in the cold season (Picture: Boots, Escentual, Cult Beauty, Murad)If your skin suffers in the cold weather, it’s around about now – when you haven’t seen the sun in months – that any dry and cracked problem areas become especially bothersome.
It’s common to notice your face or body become dramatically drier in the winter months – a study from skincare brand Eucerin found that 61% of those with dry skin find this worse
- Police say they received around 100 reports in three days from people using the Tesco supermarket car park in Royston, Hampshire.
- The Home Office responded to a tweet by Nigel Farage rebuking his claims as ‘incorrect’ (Picture: PA)Nigel Farage has been left red-faced after the Home Office called him out over a tweet claiming 12 migrants tested positive for coronavirus when they arrived at Dover.Farage told his 1.6 million followers yesterday: ‘Covid crisis in Dover this morning. One migrant boat with 12 on board and they all tested positive for the virus.’The leader of Reform UK, formerly known as T
A mum-of-five says she is raising her daughters to believe that there is no such thing as virginity.
Cayce LaCorte from South Carolina revealed that she is teaching the girls that the concept is a patriarchal construct which doesn’t determine worth.She says in the video: ‘It is a patriarchal concept used to control women and serves no purpose, other than making women feel bad
- Grace Helbig has announced her engagement (Picture: Getty)YouTube star Grace Helbig has got engaged to Elliott Morgan, staging a sweet photoshoot to celebrate the news.The podcast host shared her joy on Instagram on Sunday with a series of loved up snaps in which she showed off her engagement ring.She added the picture caption: ‘Well, isn’t this just wild.’Elliott responded in the comments: ‘BABE THIS IS WILD’.In the photos she cuddles up to her fiance while holding
- Ikenasio 'Sio' Tuivasa, 33, was outside the All Star Lounge pool hall in Melbourne, when he was shot and died in a hail of bullets, while a bystander was wounded in the leg.
- Mark Drakeford has announced that people with a baby under one can now see one other household (Picture: Getty)Lockdown rules in Wales have been changed to allow a household with a baby aged under one to bubble with another household.First Minister Mark Drakeford announced the relaxation, which came into force on Saturday, as a way to ensure very young children can receive support from friends or family.Under Wales’ Level 4 restrictions, which came in on December 20, households can only fo
- Celtic are enduring a terrible season by their standards (Picture: Getty Images)Chris Sutton feels the next Celtic manager is in for an extremely difficult task unless numerous signings are made over the summer.Neil Lennon resigned as Bhoys boss earlier this month with the title race all but over in Scotland.Celtic currently sit 15 points behind Rangers and hopes of catching their bitter rivals are at an end.John Kennedy is currently in charge of the side and is in contention to become the perma
- Sian Stokes, from East Bridgford, Nottingham, said her grey Ford custom camper - which had 'literally our whole life in' - was nicked on Wednesday night.
- Migrants (pictured) walk to cross the Gateway International Bridge to be processed to seek asylum in the US in Matamoros, Mexico on Friday. Another tent facility will be opened to deal with influx.
- A new mortgage guarantee scheme in the 2021 Budget will bring back 95% deals - but it could push up house prices and make things harder in the long run
- New York politicians on both sides of the aisle are speaking out against Governor Andrew Cuomo after he was accused of sexual harassment by a second former aide.
- Emile Smith Rowe sustained a groin injury (Photo by Tim Keeton – Pool/Getty Images)Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says he’s hopeful that the injury Emile Smith Rowe sustained in a 3-1 win against Leicester is not ‘too bad’.
The midfielder was selected to start at the King Power Stadium but he was removed shortly before half-time and replaced by Martin Odegaard.
The youngster was one of five players to start against the Foxes that also started against Benfica on Thursday and th
- From a daughter of RFK, a celebrity chef and his swooning 'Cuomosexuals', the love life of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has long been tangled and, at times, down-right cringe-worthy.
- More than 20 million people in the UK have now been given their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the Government has said.
- We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
- Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party have extended their poll lead over Labour to seven points, according to a new survey.
- A further 149 patients have died in England, two in Scotland, 24 in Wales and three in Northern Ireland - more than 100 less than last Sunday
- More than 20 million people have now had their first dose a Covid vaccine, the Government has announced today.
Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi tweeted today: ‘BINGO! One score over 20,000,000 people have had the vaccination (first dose). What an achievement for February 2021. What a team! Proud to be with you on this journey.’This is a breaking news story, more to follow soon…Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at [email protected] more stories like this, chec
- The United Nations Human Rights Office said today that 18 people had died (Picture: Getty; Reuters; EPA)At least 18 protesters have been killed and 30 wounded by police during demonstrations against a military coup in Myanmar, according to the UN.The United Nations Human Rights Office said today that security forces had used lethal force in several locations throughout the country today.
They said: ‘Deaths reportedly occurred as a result of live ammunition fired into crowds in Yangon, Dawe
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