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The nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards were revealed last week, ahead of next month’s glittering ceremony in La La land – and it seems not much has changed in the new decade.
The ongoing wacky race taking place between our local authorities to become the greenest of councils, regardless of cost to their struggling high streets and businesses, changed gears last week.
When it comes to social media, I’m much more Twitter than Instagram, but I dabble in “Insta” from time to time without fully understanding how the photo-sharing site really works.
As the Christmas panto season limps to a close, the political players seem determined for give one last comedic curtain call. Oh, yes, they do…
Harry and Meghan will be waking up this morning looking forward to a future as close to being private citizens as they could ever have dreamed.
The path of least resistance has never pointed towards progress. We win together: Labour leadership hopeful Lisa Nandy on how socialism can beat nationalism
Labour leadership hopeful Lisa Nandy came under fire after being accused of endorsing the Spanish government’s brutal crackdown on supporters of independence in Catalonia.
I’m working over in Australia and New Zealand at the moment, but even on the other side of the world the news of Harry and Meghan’s decision to step down as senior royals is causing shockwaves.
For the past 14 years that I’ve been coming to Australia in January I’ve been aware of bush fires, though this time they have been more widespread and devastating.
Natasha Radmehr: Taking a step back is a brave thing to do but, for Harry and Meghan, the best thing
Do you remember the £56,000 Ralph & Russo dress Meghan Markle wore in her and Prince Harry’s official engagement photos?