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Lloyd Webber's Cinderella could go on despite lockdown extension, PM hints
Boris Johnson says government is in talks with composer, who is 'surprised" to hear of the proposed pilot Coronavirus " latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Andrew Lloyd Webber's latest production could be exempt from the delay in lockdown easing,
5 hours ago
The Guardian
Lloyd Webber's Cinderella could go on despite lockdown extension, PM hints
Covid: Delay to full reopening a hammer blow, says live event sector
England's entertainment industry appeals for government support to cope with the "devastating" delay.
7 hours ago
BBC
Covid: Delay to full reopening a hammer blow, says live event sector
Queen's Richmond brooch worn to husband's funeral is 'nostalgic' and has 'long history'
QUEEN ELIZABETH II has an impressive collection of brooches, including a few special jewels she wears on rotation to important engagements. One of these brooches is the Richmond brooch, which Her ...
7 hours ago
Bing News
Queen's Richmond brooch worn to husband's funeral is 'nostalgic' and has 'long history'
Public inquiry opens into Met police killing of unarmed Jermaine Baker
Bug picked up occupants of car in which Baker was shot saying they did not have a real gun, inquiry told A public inquiry into the death of an unarmed man shot by a Metropolitan police marksman during a foiled prison break has heard that a bug in the getaway car picked up the occupants saying they ...
8 hours ago
The Guardian
Public inquiry opens into Met police killing of unarmed Jermaine Baker
Wimbledon: Capacity crowds for men's and women's finals
Wimbledon's men's and women's finals will be played in front of full capacity crowds - the first UK outdoor sporting events to do so since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
8 hours ago
BBC
Wimbledon: Capacity crowds for men's and women's finals
Coronavirus news update " London vaccine take-up falls behind UK average & covid "will kill Brits for rest of our lives"
LONDON's vaccine take up has fallen behind the national average " as experts warned Covid will kill Brits "for the rest of our lives". Professor Chris Whitty said ...
8 hours ago
Bing News
Coronavirus news update " London vaccine take-up falls behind UK average & covid "will kill Brits for rest of our lives"
Dollar edges lower ahead of FOMC meeting
The greenback ended lower against majority of its peers (except vs jpy) in thin trading conditions as investors remained cautious ahead of the upcoming Federal Reserve policy meeting on Wednesday.
8 hours ago
Bing News
Dollar edges lower ahead of FOMC meeting
City banks? return-to-work plans hit by delay to lockdown easing
Announcement comes as study shows company bosses are more keen than their staff on return to the office Coronavirus " latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Plans by City banks to bring thousands of workers back to the office are in disarray after Boris Johnson postponed a lifting of lockdown ...
9 hours ago
The Guardian
City banks? return-to-work plans hit by delay to lockdown easing
New stalking law 'failing to protect victims'
New powers to protect stalking victims are not being used by some UK police forces, a BBC investigation has found. Stalking protection orders (SPOs) were introduced in January last year to make it ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
New stalking law 'failing to protect victims'
Australia politics live: Biloela family to be reunited in Perth, Morrison and Johnson discuss trade deal
Immigration minister says Murugappans will be released from Christmas Island detention. Follow developments live ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
Australia politics live: Biloela family to be reunited in Perth, Morrison and Johnson discuss trade deal
Thousands of ticketless Scotland fans are urged to stay away from Wembley amid fears of trouble if they can't watch due to ...
The Scottish Football Supporters Association expects as many as 6,000 Scots will be making the trip south on Friday, while others say it could be 20,000 people.
9 hours ago
Bing News
Thousands of ticketless Scotland fans are urged to stay away from Wembley amid fears of trouble if they can't watch due to ...
Thousands of ticketless Scotland fans are urged to stay away from Wembley amid fears of trouble if they can't watch due to ...
The Scottish Football Supporters Association expects as many as 6,000 Scots will be making the trip south on Friday, while others say it could be 20,000 people.
9 hours ago
Bing News
Thousands of ticketless Scotland fans are urged to stay away from Wembley amid fears of trouble if they can't watch due to ...
Remembering Grenfell: Four years on
What started as a small kitchen fire in the early hours of 14 June 2017 would kill 72 people.
10 hours ago
BBC
Remembering Grenfell: Four years on
The 'visual beauty' of bricked-up windows
Andy Billman has photographed dozens of bricked-up windows across London for a series that examines how light and air in architecture affects wellbeing. Having initially taken an interest in their ...
10 hours ago
Bing News
The 'visual beauty' of bricked-up windows
Salma Hayek and Jess Impiazzi lead the glam at Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard screening in London
SALMA Hayek and Jess Impiazzi led the glam at Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard screening in London. The superstar, 54, brought Hollywood glam to the red carpet in Leicester Square on Monday ...
10 hours ago
Bing News
Salma Hayek and Jess Impiazzi lead the glam at Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard screening in London
Princess Diana's friend Dr Colthurst thought she was 'crying' in last ever conversation
PRINCESS DIANA's friend Dr James Colthurst, recalled their last ever conversation before her tragic death where he thought she was crying.
10 hours ago
Bing News
Princess Diana's friend Dr Colthurst thought she was 'crying' in last ever conversation
Growing numbers of people expect house prices to rise in next 12 months – survey
Half of those surveyed in early June predict house prices will climb higher in the next 12 months, the Building Societies Association said.
11 hours ago
Bing News
Growing numbers of people expect house prices to rise in next 12 months – survey
Too Hot to Handle season 2: Follow the new cast of singletons on Instagram
Too Hot To Handle season two is on the way, with new episodes finally dropping later this month. Now fans have been given their first look at the group of singletons set to enter the swanky villa this ...
11 hours ago
Bing News
Too Hot to Handle season 2: Follow the new cast of singletons on Instagram
UK weather: hottest day of year so far as temperature hits 28.6C
Measurement at Heathrow airport in west London beats previous high of 28.2C set earlier in June The UK recorded its hottest day of the year so far as temperatures soared to 28.6C (83.84F) in London following a weekend of high temperatures and sunshine across the country. The temperature reached 28.8C ...
12 hours ago
The Guardian
UK weather: hottest day of year so far as temperature hits 28.6C
Grenfell Tower: Survivor warns lives are still in danger
On the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, a former resident fears another disaster will happen.
13 hours ago
BBC
Grenfell Tower: Survivor warns lives are still in danger
Jermaine Baker: Police predicted break-out bid would involve guns
A public inquiry into the death of Jermaine Baker who was shot dead by a police marksman opens.
13 hours ago
BBC
Jermaine Baker: Police predicted break-out bid would involve guns
Wembley park stabbings: Boyfriend screamed after finding sisters' bodies
Adam Stone said he fell to his knees when he discovered Nicole Smallman and her sister Bibaa Henry.
14 hours ago
BBC
Wembley park stabbings: Boyfriend screamed after finding sisters' bodies
Daniel Morgan report could link Rupert Murdoch empire to "criminality"
Panel has considered describing News of the World as "linked to" murder suspects in its long-awaited findings Rupert Murdoch's media empire could be criticised for its links to the suspects behind the murder of the private detective Daniel Morgan, the Guardian has learned. The official inquiry investigating ...
22 hours ago
The Guardian
Daniel Morgan report could link Rupert Murdoch empire to "criminality"
Daniel Morgan murder: a brother's long fight for justice
With inquiry due to publish report, family hope for answers amid allegations of official corruption Nearly 30 years ago, in May 1992, a young student wrote to his MP, Virginia Bottomley. "I am a man at the absolute end of my tether," said the letter. "I have reached the end of my resources, emotionally, ...
22 hours ago
The Guardian
Daniel Morgan murder: a brother's long fight for justice
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