10 hours ago #entertainment 42 secs Summarize

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9 hours ago #entertainment 59 secs Summarize

Single: Scott Disick, 37, has been pictured out for the first time since his split from girlfriend Sofia Richie, as he went jewelry shopping in Calabasas on Wednesday?

The Talentless CEO was seen leaving upscale shop Polacheck's Jewelers with a bag, presumably containing a gift for someone special.

Despite his trip outside during lockdown, Scott - who was not wearing a protective mask - sported a long-sleeved black shirt with 'Stay Home' written across it, endorsing quarantine rules?

9 hours ago #entertainment 3 mins, 43 secs Summarize

Gary Busey promises I won’t have come across anything like his new show, Pet Judge.

He’s right; I haven’t.

But, to be fair, I’ve never come across anybody like Gary Busey.

9 hours ago #entertainment 21 secs Summarize

A steamy EastEnders affair is set to still go ahead, but their sex scenes have been scrapped because of social distancing rules.

The two characters will not be able to kiss or hug on screen as the BBC soap adheres to the government's coronavirus guidelines.

The Queen Vic may also not be opening to Albert Square punters as the soap will be reflecting the lockdown in dialogue.

9 hours ago #entertainment 30 secs Summarize

The Star Wars actor wasted no time in correcting Twitter users who challenged him .

John Boyega is standing by his comments on racism after a handful of Twitter users wrongly assumed he would like to debate the matter.

The Star Wars actor had posted about the death of George Floyd, who died in police custody in Minnesota after an altercation with police officers.

7 hours ago #entertainment 2 mins, 39 secs Summarize

So far 12 people have tested positive after 2,752 tests across the league.

The woman behind Clap for Carers has called for it to come to an end tonight, after bringing people across the country together.Four-year-old Sia, from Leeds, has raised thousands of pounds for the NHS by making tambourines for people to use.

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6 hours ago #entertainment 1 min, 24 secs Summarize

Under the latest Government guidelines Charlotte, five, in Year One at the £19,000 Thomas’s school in Battersea, could be expected to return along with Year Six and Reception Classes while George in Year Two would stay home.

Russell said: 'I think this is very interesting and certainly the whole country will be watching this. ?

'The issue is the different ages of the children, who have been holed up in Norfolk with their mum and dad. .

6 hours ago #entertainment 26 secs Summarize

BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty grilled Health Secretary Matt Hancock on the government's new track and trace system.

BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty left Health Secretary Matt Hancock floundering after pointing out a major issue with the government's new track and trace scheme.

The new system launched today at 9am and answered questions about it on video link today.

16 hours ago #health 1 min, 25 secs Summarize

"We know there's a lot of pent-up demand, that individuals with mental health problems just didn't come forward for services, just like individuals with cancer or other conditions," said Ciaran Mulholland, a psychiatrist with the Health and Social Care Board

"We expect a surge of referrals over the course of the coming weeks, so what we've tried to do is offer a suite of interventions

"There are online interventions, such as stress control classes and apps that can be used to assist people to help themselves with their own mental health," he explained

15 hours ago #health 58 secs Summarize

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11 hours ago #health 1 min, 20 secs Summarize

A hospitality tent normally used to host sponsors during matches has been repurposed to hold staff involved in contacting people to visit for testing and three bays have been constructed to carry out tests on people arriving by car?

Lead nurse Amanda Luther said staff were "working very, very hard".

"Yes, it is an awful lot of pressure.

9 hours ago #health 2 mins, 59 secs Summarize

‘I miss seeing friends and family and going outside without staying 2 metres away from everyone.

‘Currently, I think our situation is okay because we have a garden to play in and get fresh air.

‘We don’t need to go out of the house, unless for food and supplies.

8 hours ago #health 39 secs Summarize

Graphs show that the number of cases in Wales is increasing, whereas in other parts of Wales the number of people testing positive seems to be remaining steady.

However, data does also show that the number of tests being carried out is also increasing.

It comes as Wales it set to launch its test and trace plan on Monday, according to health minister Vaughan Gething.

1 day ago #science 36 secs Summarize

Cooper said SpaceX will likely retire early Starlink satellites more quickly to reduce their impact on astronomy. .

“The earlier version of our satellites that we’ve launched, we don’t expect them to have a complete five-year life span,” she said

“We are expecting to cut in the VisorSat mitigation at the point that we are launching still in the 500s of satellites.”

20 hours ago #science 26 secs Summarize

Skywatchers in parts of the UK may catch a fleeting glimpse of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon and the International Space Station as the two play a game of orbital cat-and-mouse, if the capsule launches from Florida today.

Crowds and camper vans started gathering on beaches and roads around the Kennedy Space Centre at Cape Canaveral yesterday afternoon and grew bigger today as the US prepared to launch two astronauts on a privately built spacecraft for the first time.

20 hours ago #science 53 secs Summarize

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18 hours ago #science 17 secs Summarize

Both, according to scientists, would poison the Earth’s atmosphere and make life impossible.

Now scientists at the University of Southampton have offered a third way: death after a breakdown of the ozone layer irradiates the planet, causing the ecosystem to collapse.

#Entertainment

GMB hosts close to tears in tribute to 188 care staff who have died from coronavirus
7 hours ago
GMB hosts close to tears in tribute to 188 care staff who have died from coronavirus
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Good Morning Britain hosts Ben Shephard and Ranvir Singh were close to tears as they paid a touching tribute to the 188 health and social care staff who have died from coronavirus.

The presenters highlighted five frontline workers' deaths on the ITV programme.

Ben told viewers: "After the past 10 weeks, people up and down the country have endured in unprecedented situations, isolated from friends and family, living without the hugs and human contact we're used to.

The 100 greatest UK No 1s: No 7, The Human League – Don't You Want Me
9 hours ago
The 100 greatest UK No 1s: No 7, The Human League – Don't You Want Me
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Speaking to Smash Hits around the time of Don’t You Want Me’s release and subsequent rise to the top of the charts in 1981, Human League singer Phil Oakey enthused: “It’s the best song I’ve ever written.

It’s a proper song like the kind that Earth, Wind and Fire or Abba would write.” Producer Martin Rushent claimed that Oakey actually hated the eventual hit so much that he tried to stop it being released.

Whatever the truth of the matter, Oakey’s public pronouncements were correct – this is aspirational music that chimed with the times yet had none of the ruthless, cynical avarice of the decade, and pop, to come.

Prince Philip heartbreak: The royal reunion Duke and Queen will be very sad to miss
1 day ago
Prince Philip heartbreak: The royal reunion Duke and Queen will be very sad to miss
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Birthday wishes poured in from Royal Family members including Prince Philip and the Queen as Archie marked his first birthday on May 6.

Since Meghan and Harry’s withdrawal from the fold the family have settled in Los Angeles where they have been based since March.

Both the Queen and Philip are in their nineties and no longer travel long distances.

#Technology

Universal Studios' Super Nintendo World looks complete
7 hours ago
Universal Studios' Super Nintendo World looks complete
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Xbox Series X games list: All confirmed launch games on release plus Xbox Series X exclusives explained

Every game we know coming to Xbox Series X so far

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Sea of Thieves' Lost Treasures update adds five new achievements and much more
22 hours ago
Sea of Thieves' Lost Treasures update adds five new achievements and much more
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153 Achievements worth 25,508 TA (2,610 GS)

5 Achievements worth 100 TA (100 GS)

Google Deletes Millions of Negative TikTok Reviews After Controversial Video
1 day ago
Google Deletes Millions of Negative TikTok Reviews After Controversial Video
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Captain Marvel‘s Rotten Tomatoes site was filled with negative reviews before the movie had been publicly released in response to comments made by the lead actor, Brie Larson, who some Marvel fanatics deemed too politically correct.

Star Wars’ The Last Jedi faced a similar fate when 4Chan users claimed to be behind a drastic drop in its ratings on the site.

Unlike Google, Rotten Tomatoes has taken a different approach to the problem.

#Science

Asteroid shock: 'Dangerous asteroids' warning system makes a groundbreaking discovery
2 days ago
Asteroid shock: 'Dangerous asteroids' warning system makes a groundbreaking discovery
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The asteroid was observed by the University of Hawaiʻi's Asteroid Terrestrial-impact Last Alert System (ATLAS), a NASA-funded early asteroid warning system.

ATLAS first spotted the unusual asteroid in early June 2019.

The rock was officially designated 2019 LD2 by The Minor Planet Center.

Coronavirus: Can we stay safe as lockdown eases?
2 days ago
Coronavirus: Can we stay safe as lockdown eases?
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The result is similar to what's thought to have happened in the restaurant in Guangzhou: tiny droplets and particles are spread to people at other tables.

As with that study, this simulation doesn't prove that the coronavirus can be transmitted this way or, if it did, that it would make anyone ill.

That depends on whether the virus is still active after being blown across the room and on whether the person receiving it gets a large enough "dose" - but the possibility of infection can't be ruled out.

Billions of Ash trees across the world could be saved from killer beetle
3 days ago
Billions of Ash trees across the world could be saved from killer beetle
1 min, 19 secs

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The Emerald Ash Borer is a green beetle that feeds on ash trees.

Its larvae live inside the stems of trees feeding on sap for a year or two before emerging as adults.

Native to north-east Asia and Manchuria it has spread to North America and Europe.

#Health

UK suffers highest excess death rate in the world during coronavirus crisis, figures suggest
6 hours ago
UK suffers highest excess death rate in the world during coronavirus crisis, figures suggest
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THE UK has suffered the highest rate of excess deaths during the coronavirus pandemic among countries with comparable data, new figures suggest.

The findings show that Britain has registered 59,537 more deaths than usual since the week ending March 20, just before the lockdown began.

The figures equate to 891 people per million - a higher rate than any other country with the same quality of data.

Coronavirus effect: 2,000 cancer patients going undiagnosed every week
18 hours ago
Coronavirus effect: 2,000 cancer patients going undiagnosed every week
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Steven McIntosh, Macmillan Cancer Support policy director, said: "We've seen a very worrying drop in the number of people coming forward with suspected cancer symptoms to be referred for diagnosis by their GPs.

Mr McIntosh said: "Macmillan is deeply concerned that the impact of the pandemic is really going to wreak havoc in the progress we've made in improving cancer care in the UK, in both the public's willingness to come forward with symptoms because they're nervous about the medical system, and in the risk of disruption to treatment and cancer surgery.

Charity shops fear deluge of donations when they reopen in June
18 hours ago
Charity shops fear deluge of donations when they reopen in June
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Oxfam, the third largest with around 650 shops, has yet to decide when to re-open stores: "Our priority remains the health and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers and customers," the charity said.

Cancer Research UK, with 600 stores, plans a phased-reopening from 29 June.

"We're planning significant safety measures and putting new processes in place to receive and handle donations," said Julie Byard, director of trading at Cancer Research UK.

#Politics

F1 News: Dutch Grand Prix officially cancelled for 2020
8 hours ago
F1 News: Dutch Grand Prix officially cancelled for 2020
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The return of the Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix has been officially cancelled for 2020, with the first race at the revived Zandvoort circuit postponed until 2021

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George Floyd protests: One dead in shooting amid riots and looting as Minneapolis mayor appeals for calm
9 hours ago
George Floyd protests: One dead in shooting amid riots and looting as Minneapolis mayor appeals for calm
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John Boyega reacts on Twitter to George Floyd's tragic death
18 hours ago
John Boyega reacts on Twitter to George Floyd's tragic death
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'We all watched the horrific death of George Floyd on video as witnesses begged the police officer to take him into the police car and get off his neck,' Crump said

'This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge.'

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