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Covid jabs 'will be offered to 16 and 17-year-olds before schools return in September'

Ministers want to give jabs to children for if medical experts say it's safe to do so Plans would see all students aged 16 and 17 offered a vaccine in August Source said it can 'only be a good thing' to cut virus transmission among teens Young people aged 16 and 17 are to be offered a coronavirus vaccine before they return to school after the summer holidays, it has been reported.

dailymail.co.uk ,  8min 0
Covid jabs 'will be offered to 16 and 17-year-olds before schools return in September'

'He almost had a coronary': Margot Robbie reveals her husband Tom Ackerley's secret phobia

Margot Robbie has revealed her husband Tom Ackerley's fear of snakes. The 30-year-old Australian actress spoke about her handsome husband's phobia when she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Thursday. 'My husband hate snakes – he's English – and you guys don't have them at all really, in England,' Margot said to the host.

dailymail.co.uk ,  9min 0
'He almost had a coronary': Margot Robbie reveals her husband Tom Ackerley's secret phobia

Australian PM promises more COVID-19 shots to states amid rollout delays

(Reuters) - Australian states and territories will get more doses of COVID-19 vaccines soon, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Monday, as authorities look to avoid further delays in an immunisation drive that has hit several roadblocks. Australian states have been asking for increased supplies of vaccines after Australia last week announced a policy shift that recommended AstraZeneca shots for people only above 60 years due to clot concerns, throwing the rollout into disarray.

mobile.reuters.com ,  10min 0
Australian PM promises more COVID-19 shots to states amid rollout delays

Qatar state that fans at the 2022 World Cup MUST receive coronavirus vaccines to attend matches as host nation's prime minister aims to provide one MILLION doses to spectators

Qatar will require spectators at the 2022 World Cup to have received coronavirus vaccines to get into games, the government has announced. Prime Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani told Qatar newspaper editors that the Gulf nation is trying to secure a million vaccine doses to immunize fans wanting to watch the tournament.

dailymail.co.uk ,  10min 0
Qatar state that fans at the 2022 World Cup MUST receive coronavirus vaccines to attend matches as host nation's prime minister aims to provide one MILLION doses to spectators

Beppe Marotta makes clear his Inter Milan commitment

Beppe Marotta insists he's happy at Inter Milan. The Nerazzurri football chief has been linked with a return to Juventus. However, despite Inter's financial concerns, Marotta insisted on Sunday he is settled and happy where he is. "I'm very optimistic about the future of Inter," Marotta told Telelombardia.

tribalfootball.com ,  11min 0
Beppe Marotta makes clear his Inter Milan commitment

Theory of errorlution: Famous diagram showing ascent of man idea is 'so wrong' it sends leading geneticist ape

Dr Adam Rutherford said a diagram of human evolution is 'mis-informative' The famous image starts with an ape and evolves through stages into a man Rutherford told the Cheltenham Science Festival the diagram depicted a far more linear form of evolution than likely occurred He also said it reinforces the idea that evolution leads to improvement, which he argues is not necessarily the case

dailymail.co.uk ,  11min 2
Theory of errorlution: Famous diagram showing ascent of man idea is 'so wrong' it sends leading geneticist ape

Donald Trump mocked for latest bizarre attack on windmills

DONALD TRUMP issued his latest bizarre attack on wind turbines in an interview. The former US President appeared on Fox News with Sean Hannity when he aired his grievances against windmills again. While serving as President, Mr Trump issued multiple attacks on wind turbines and green energy.

express.co.uk ,  12min 0
Donald Trump mocked for latest bizarre attack on windmills

Steve Clarke's ex assistant Alex Dyer spoke to Sportsmail about Scotland boss

Halfway through a conversation with Alex Dyer, a running theme becomes apparent. The Englishman quit as Steve Clarke’s assistant with Scotland to focus on managing Kilmarnock last summer. A full year since the two men last worked together, however, Dyer still refers to his former colleague by just one word.

dailymail.co.uk ,  13min 0
Steve Clarke's ex assistant Alex Dyer spoke to Sportsmail about Scotland boss

Cagliari coach Semplici eager to see Nainggolan signed permanently

Cagliari coach Leonardo Semplici is eager to see a deal for Radja Nainggolan settled. The Inter Milan midfielder is wanted back by Cagliari after last season's loan. “I hope so," Semplici told Corriere dello Sport. “He is a player capable of shifting the balance and having him immediately would be very important.

tribalfootball.com ,  14min 0
Cagliari coach Semplici eager to see Nainggolan signed permanently

U.S. Preparing More Sanctions Against Russia, Sullivan Says

“We are preparing another package of sanctions to apply in this case,” Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser, said on CNN’s “State of the Union,” referring to Mr. Navalny’s treatment. Mr. Sullivan was vague when pressed on the timing of the sanctions or what they would include, saying only that additional action would come “as soon as we develop the packages to ensure that we’re getting the right targets.”

msn.com ,  14min 0
U.S. Preparing More Sanctions Against Russia, Sullivan Says

KRIS COMMONS: Scotland can close the door on Croatia's golden generation... Billy Gilmour could be key as Steve Clarke's side look to get the better of the likes of Luka Modric

Real Madrid fans can be a notoriously tough crowd to please. In no uncertain terms, that became clear to Luka Modric shortly after he left Tottenham and moved to the Bernabeu in 2012. After a slow start to his career as a Galactico, Modric was voted the worst signing in all of Spanish football that season in a poll held by a national newspaper.

dailymail.co.uk ,  18min 0
KRIS COMMONS: Scotland can close the door on Croatia's golden generation... Billy Gilmour could be key as Steve Clarke's side look to get the better of the likes of Luka Modric

UFC KO of the Year? Matt Brown blasts Dhiego Lima with brutal one-punch knockout

UFC veteran Matt Brown rolled back the years with a stunning knockout of the year contender against Dhiego Lima. The American, who has called out Nick and Nate Diaz, rocked the Brazilian with a left hook before putting him down and out with a big right hand which caught him bang on the chin.

givemesport.com ,  19min 0
UFC KO of the Year? Matt Brown blasts Dhiego Lima with brutal one-punch knockout

Could supermarket giants fall prey to private equity vultures? As Morrisons rejects £5.5bn takeover, experts warn Sainsbury's and Tesco may be next targets

US company Clayton, Dubilier & Rice has offered £5.5bn for British supermarket One of the most audacious takeovers attempted by private equity firm Since last year, firms swooped on 120 British firms in deals worth over £36bn A private equity firm’s bid to buy out Morrisons could pave the way for takeovers of bigger rivals such as Tesco and Sainsbury’s, experts warned yesterday.

dailymail.co.uk ,  22min 0
Could supermarket giants fall prey to private equity vultures? As Morrisons rejects £5.5bn takeover, experts warn Sainsbury's and Tesco may be next targets

'Steve would be furious': The Irwin family fires back at Bindi after she claimed her estranged grandfather Bob, 83, 'ignored' her since she was a child

Bindi Irwin is facing backlash from inside her own camp for accusing her grandfather Bob Irwin Snr of ignoring her as a child. The 22-year-old made headlines on Sunday after she posted a scathing Facebook post about her strained relationship with Bob, 83, claiming the ageing conservationalist 'never said a single kind word' to her and 'returned gifts she'd given him after they were opened.'

dailymail.co.uk ,  22min 5
'Steve would be furious': The Irwin family fires back at Bindi after she claimed her estranged grandfather Bob, 83, 'ignored' her since she was a child

Watch: Throwback - training, debut; Tierney's first days with Arsenal

See Kieran Tierney's first weeks as an Arsenal player - and a first meeting with Alexandre Lacazette. Tierney has firmly established himself as a key player for club and country, with the Arsenal left-back now being celebrated for his impact with Scotland at the Euros. Here we see Tierney in his first days with Arsenal two years ago after arriving from Celtic, from training and a friendly debut, along with being greeted by the hardcore Gunners support.

tribalfootball.com ,  23min 0
Watch: Throwback - training, debut; Tierney's first days with Arsenal

The Bachelorette co-host Tayshia Adams flaunts bikini body while poolside at Cabo San Lucas hotel

The Bachelorette #17 co-host Tayshia Adams flaunted her bikini body while chilling poolside at a Cabo San Lucas hotel in Mexico on Saturday. The 30-year-old phlebotomist-turned-presenter was wearing a pink-patterned string bikini and a denim bucket hat alongside a blonde gal pal. Tayshia - who's competed on all three Bachelor Nation franchises - donned a matching pink sarong before animatedly chatting with her friend on a sun lounger.

dailymail.co.uk ,  23min 0
The Bachelorette co-host Tayshia Adams flaunts bikini body while poolside at Cabo San Lucas hotel

Two days, two commitments: Hurricanes land WR in 2022 recruiting class

The Miami Hurricanes’ summer recruiting momentum is starting to translate into commitments. Miami picked up its second addition to the 2022 recruiting class in as many days as Louisiana-based three-star wide receiver Landon Ibieta announced a pledge to the Hurricanes on Sunday evening. Ibieta is a 6-foot-1, 185-pound pass-catching target who is ranked as the class’ No.

msn.com ,  23min 0
Two days, two commitments: Hurricanes land WR in 2022 recruiting class

Wanda ‘Fernie’ Winter, Credited With Bringing Funnel Cakes To State Fair Of Texas, Dies

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Wanda “Fernie” Winter, the woman who was credited with bringing the famed funnel cake to the State Fair of Texas, has died, her family announced Sunday. “It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved mother and treasured Mimi, Wanda ‘Fernie’ Winter.

msn.com ,  23min 0
Wanda ‘Fernie’ Winter, Credited With Bringing Funnel Cakes To State Fair Of Texas, Dies

Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will take part in the Tokyo Olympics

She said she felt 'grateful and humbled' after selection for New Zealand's team Her inclusion was permitted after a change to official guidelines by the IOC New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has been selected to be part of the country's team for the Tokyo Olympic Games, becoming the first openly transgender athlete to compete at the event after qualifying requirements were modified.

dailymail.co.uk ,  24min 0
Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will take part in the Tokyo Olympics

Ricky Butcher's EastEnders return thwarted after actor Sid Owen 'demands more money than BBC willing to pay'

Ricky Butcher's return to EastEnders has reportedly been thwarted after actor Sid Owen demanded more money than the BBC is willing to pay. The actor, 49, who first appeared on the soap in 1988, was believed to be heading back to Albert Square to join his character's sister, Janine, played by Charlie Brooks.

dailymail.co.uk ,  24min 1
Ricky Butcher's EastEnders return thwarted after actor Sid Owen 'demands more money than BBC willing to pay'

Watch: Real Madrid ace Hazard on injuries 'ankle broken 3 times; it'll never be the same'

Belgium ace Eden Hazard discusses his form and the injury problems he's suffered at Real Madrid this past year. Hazard admits he fears his ankle will never be the same after revealing he's broken it three times during his playing career. He also concedes the doubts he's had about his form when injured.

tribalfootball.com ,  24min 3
Watch: Real Madrid ace Hazard on injuries 'ankle broken 3 times; it'll never be the same'

Kirstie Allsopp vents frustrations over football crowds: 'I’d be p****d off as hell'

KIRSTIE ALLSOPP shared her worries about what message football crowds are sending in lockdown, after thousands of people gathered in the streets across the UK to celebrate the Euros 2020 while the capacity for weddings and other events remain up to the venue and how many numbers they can cater for under social distancing measures.

express.co.uk ,  24min 0
Kirstie Allsopp vents frustrations over football crowds: 'I’d be p****d off as hell'

Maybe we should make no signings

With the transfer threads wondering whether we should buy Kane, Lukaku, Grealish , Haaland and God knows how many others, what is the worst that can happen if we don't sign anyone. We are currently the best team in England and arguably the best team in Europe.

forums.bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk ,  26min 0
Maybe we should make no signings

Brewers 7, Rockies 6: All's well that ends well after six-run lead is blown in one inning

DENVER – Over the years, countless games have taken weird twists and turns at hitter-friendly Coors Field, where you never know if you have enough runs until the final out. But this one took such a sharp U-turn that all four tires on the Brewers' team bus blew out.

msn.com ,  26min 0
Brewers 7, Rockies 6: All's well that ends well after six-run lead is blown in one inning