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Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead marries fiancé Max Darnton

Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead has married her fiancé Max Fredrik Darnton in an ‘intimate civil ceremony’ at Chelsea Old Town Hall. The couple, who were engaged in September, married seven weeks after Binky gave birth to their son Wolfie, exchanging their vows on July 23.

metro.co.uk ,  5min 0
Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead marries fiancé Max Darnton

Ariana Grande implores fans to get protected against Delta variant

Ariana Grande has encouraged her fans to get vaccinated in order to protect themselves against Covid-19 and the Delta variant. The singer also revealed she herself has been vaccinated, although it is unclear if she has received both doses or just one. Taking to Instagram, she posted a glam selfie of her wearing a face mask, and shared some important information on the Delta variant for her followers in the caption.

metro.co.uk ,  5min 0
Ariana Grande implores fans to get protected against Delta variant

The advertising secret enabling this entrepreneur to take his business up a gear

For thousands of entrepreneurs across the country, challenges caused by lockdown restrictions created an ideal opportunity to launch new business ideas. When commuters started to work from home and use public transport less, Ian Steed believed it would be the perfect time to realise his dream to sell his self-designed bicycles.

metro.co.uk ,  5min 0
The advertising secret enabling this entrepreneur to take his business up a gear

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: athletics, cycling, weightlifting and more – live!

Games schedule | Results | Medal table | Full coverage Sign up for the Guardian’s daily Olympic briefing Marcell Jacobs becomes new 100m king with glory for Italy Email Tom, tweet or comment below the line Show After a remarkably successful week in the pool, Team Australia turn their eyes toward other disciplines.

theguardian.com ,  6min 0
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: athletics, cycling, weightlifting and more – live!

Pingdemic worsening staff shortages as jobseekers forced to self-isolate

By Patrick Grafton-Green The pingdemic crisis in worsening the shortage of workers in the UK with more than 1.1 million jobs still unfilled, a new report has warned. According to the report, many jobseekers are being forced to self-isolate over attending interviews or starting work. Vacancies have topped one million for almost three months, research by jobs site Adzuna shows.

lbc.co.uk ,  6min 0
Pingdemic worsening staff shortages as jobseekers forced to self-isolate

Obama slammed for planning 60th birthday party despite surging Delta Covid cases

BARACK Obama has been slammed for planning his 60th birthday party with nearly 500 guests despite a surge in Delta coronavirus cases. next weekend with attendees asked to take a Covid test and be vaccinated. 4 4 The former president is reported to be hosting the outdoor event in Martha’s Vineyard

thesun.co.uk ,  9min 0
Obama slammed for planning 60th birthday party despite surging Delta Covid cases

Ruben Loftus-Cheek can 'decide his own future', says Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel as injury-hit midfielder handed the chance to resurrect his Blues career

The 25-year-old midfielder has seen his Chelsea career curtailed by injury Loftus-Cheek spent last season on loan at Fulham as they were relegated Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel says he has the opportunity to prove himself Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel insists Ruben Loftus-Cheek can 'decide his own future'. The 25-year-old midfielder made his debut for the Blues in 2014 but has seen his career curtailed by injury.

dailymail.co.uk ,  9min 0
Ruben Loftus-Cheek can 'decide his own future', says Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel as injury-hit midfielder handed the chance to resurrect his Blues career

Pay rise for NHS cleaners and porters ‘must match 3% for medics’ says Unison

General secretary of Unison says health workers employed by contractors ‘must not be left behind’ Thousands of “invisible yet indispensable” NHS cleaners, porters and caterers whose jobs have been outsourced to private contractors should get the same 3 per cent pay rise as the medical staff they work alongside, a union is demanding.

independent.co.uk ,  11min 0
Pay rise for NHS cleaners and porters ‘must match 3% for medics’ says Unison

Ariana Grande confirmed to kick off Fortnite's Rift Tour this week

The leaks seemed to guarantee it, but now we've got confirmation that Ariana Grande will kick off Fortnite's Rift Tour from August 6-8. As Fortnite has done in the past, the virtual performance will have five showings to accommodate players in various time zones. It's not just the spectacle that will presumably attract players, because an Ariana Grande Outfit and Piggy Smallz Back Bling will be available from August 4 in the Item Shop.

pcgamer.com ,  11min 0
Ariana Grande confirmed to kick off Fortnite's Rift Tour this week

Wolves 'interested in signing' Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey though the Welshman is 'not convinced' over a move to the Molineux despite the Bianconeri looking to sell him

Wolves have reportedly enquired over signing Juventus player Aaron Ramsey The former Arsenal midfielder's future at the Bianconeri is under some doubt Ramsey though is 'not convinced' over a summer move to the Molineux Wolves are reportedly interested in signing Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey this summer. The former Arsenal star's future at the Serie A giants is under some doubt due to his massive £400,000-a-week wages and his injury problems since he arrived in 2019.

dailymail.co.uk ,  11min 0
Wolves 'interested in signing' Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey though the Welshman is 'not convinced' over a move to the Molineux despite the Bianconeri looking to sell him

Tory revolt over 'complicated' amber watchlist plans that could wreck holidays

TORY backbenchers have blasted the government’s “inexplicably complicated” plans to introduce an amber watchlist over fears that they could ruin summer holidays. The idea, which was agreed in principle this week, would see holidaymakers warned that while they are abroad certain amber countries could go straight on to the red list.

thesun.co.uk ,  11min 0
Tory revolt over 'complicated' amber watchlist plans that could wreck holidays

GB sailing team eye record Olympics haul with three more medals secured

Finn defending champion Scott in gold medal position Nacra pair Gimson and Burnet set for silver behind Itlay Great Britain’s sailing team secured another two Olympic medals in Enoshima on Sunday with Finn defending champion Giles Scott and Nacra pair John Gimson and Anna Burnet now guaranteed to reach the podium.

theguardian.com ,  12min 0
GB sailing team eye record Olympics haul with three more medals secured

EXCLUSIVE: Billionaire heiress Francesca Packer SPLITS from personal trainer boyfriend Adam Cooper just months after mysteriously deleting her social media accounts

Do you know more? Email tips@dailymail.com Francesca Packer's fairytale love story is over after quietly splitting from her boyfriend Adam Cooper, just seven months after going public with their relationship. The billionaire heiress, 26, called it quits with personal trainer Adam several weeks ago, a well-placed source told Daily Mail Australia.

dailymail.co.uk ,  13min 0
EXCLUSIVE: Billionaire heiress Francesca Packer SPLITS from personal trainer boyfriend Adam Cooper just months after mysteriously deleting her social media accounts

Britain set to BAKE in August as African plume will send temperatures soaring

BRITAIN is set to bake in an African heatwave later this month as hot air from the continent could send temperatures soaring. The mercury is expected to be hotter than usual in the second half of August, providing solace for rained-out Brits. 8 The mega temperatures - which could near 30C - would be down to air travelling up from Africa and high pressure from the Azores.

thesun.co.uk ,  13min 0
Britain set to BAKE in August as African plume will send temperatures soaring

Vegan Artist Flooded With Work After Gallery Bans Her Controversial Painting

An artist has been flooded with more work after an art gallery took own one of her pieces. Joanne Oddie admits her painting titled 'Karma' is on the bloody side of art but is proud of the message it sends. She was invited to send in a piece to the open art display at the Llanwrtyd & District Heritage and Arts Centre.

ladbible.com ,  13min 0
Vegan Artist Flooded With Work After Gallery Bans Her Controversial Painting

Love Island's Lucinda left red-faced as she insists Brad romance is 'early days'

LOVE Island's Lucinda was left red-faced as she insisted her romance with Brad is in its "early days" after they were spotted holding hands on a date. The fashion mogul originally left the villa in a couple with Aaron but the pair split up a few days following their dumping.

thesun.co.uk ,  14min 0
Love Island's Lucinda left red-faced as she insists Brad romance is 'early days'

Union advises cleaners and bin collectors to reject self-isolation exemption

More than 2,000 local authority street cleaners and bin collectors have been advised to refuse to return to work and instead self-isolate if they have been exposed to coronavirus. The Scottish Government recently announced that organisations employing critical workers can apply for exemptions from self-isolation. If the Government deems a critical role can be exempt, the worker still has to prove they have had two doses of coronavirus vaccine at least two weeks prior to any close contact, have a negative PCR test and agree to carry out lateral flow tests for 10 days after the contact.

thecourier.co.uk ,  15min 0
Union advises cleaners and bin collectors to reject self-isolation exemption

Delay in easing restrictions may be to blame for drop in business confidence

Postponing plans to ease coronavirus restrictions in Scotland may be behind a fall in business confidence, analysts have said. Business confidence fell 14 points in July to 28%, according to the latest Business Barometer from the Bank of Scotland Commercial Banking. The fall was the steepest among the nations and regions of the UK.

thecourier.co.uk ,  15min 0
Delay in easing restrictions may be to blame for drop in business confidence

Through The Looking Glass coin released by Royal Mint

It depicts the moment protagonist Alice runs into mischievous characters Tweedledum and Tweedledee. A new coin commemorating 150 years since Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass has been launched by The Royal Mint. The £5 crown is based on Sir John Tenniel’s original illustrations of the book, which was the sequel of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

guernseypress.com ,  15min 0
Through The Looking Glass coin released by Royal Mint

Liverpool’s Beatles statues get makeover as part of arts project

Liverpool’s famous statues of The Beatles have been dressed in specially designed hats inspired by their songs as part of a project by Sky Arts. Milliner Stephen Jones, who grew up in the city, created the pieces for the Fab Four statues on Pier Head, taking inspiration from Yellow Submarine for Sir Ringo Starr, Penny Lane for Sir Paul McCartney, Help!

dunfermlinepress.com ,  16min 0
Liverpool’s Beatles statues get makeover as part of arts project

Almost 2m more premises to benefit from £5bn gigabit broadband upgrade

The investment is part of Boris Johnson’s target of achieving at least 85% gigabit-capable UK coverage by 2025. Almost two million more premises across rural parts of England will be plugged into superfast internet as part of the Government’s £5 billion gigabit upgrade plan.

guernseypress.com ,  16min 0
Almost 2m more premises to benefit from £5bn gigabit broadband upgrade

Letters: Vaccination surveillance threatens to upend the concept of privacy

SIR – A young person I know has just received a second invitation from the NHS to be vaccinated against Covid. Both envelopes have been clearly marked: “Private and confidential – addressee only”. If the invitation to be vaccinated is private matter between an individual and the NHS, how can we justify demanding that people later demonstrate their vaccination status publicly in order to access events, airports and universities, and to secure employment?

telegraph.co.uk ,  16min 0
Letters: Vaccination surveillance threatens to upend the concept of privacy

Tyrone Mings: England and Aston Villa defender saw psychologist to cope with declining mental health at Euro 2020

"I think I'm a lot more hardened to outside influences now, but my mental health did plummet," said Tyrone Mings, who filled in for Harry Maguire for England's first two matches. "I was probably the only name on the team-sheet that people thought, 'Not sure about him'."

skysports.com ,  16min 0
Tyrone Mings: England and Aston Villa defender saw psychologist to cope with declining mental health at Euro 2020

Amanda Kloots wears a trucker hat with son Elvis' name on it as she takes him for a playdate in LA... after clapping back at critics for dating again

Amanda Kloots threw herself into mom mode on Sunday as she took her son Elvis Cordero for a playdate in Los Angeles. The 39-year-old The Talk host looked sporty in a grey romper and a trucker hat with his name on it as she cradled the two-year-old at her hip.

dailymail.co.uk ,  16min 0
Amanda Kloots wears a trucker hat with son Elvis' name on it as she takes him for a playdate in LA... after clapping back at critics for dating again

Delaying easing Scots Covid curbs behind fall in business optimism experts warn

DELAYING the easing of Covid curbs in Scotland may be behind a sharp fall in business optimism, experts warned last night. Firms’ confidence fell 14 points in July north of the border - the sharpest decline of any nation or region of the UK. Scotland’s overall business confidence measure in July was 28 per cent, according to the latest Business Barometer from the Bank of Scotland Commercial Banking.

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  17min 0
Delaying easing Scots Covid curbs behind fall in business optimism experts warn