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Katie Boyden Published June 12, 2024, 9:02am |Updated June 12, 2024, 9:09am Rod Stewart, David Beckham, and King Charles III sharing a laugh at the awards ceremony (Picture: Kirsty Wigglesworth/PA Wire) Sir Rod Stewart has achieved a rare feat: he left the monarch in fits of laughter. The music legend was present at The King’s Foundation Awards in London last evening, with numerous celebrities gracing the glamorous occasion. King Charles seized the chance to mingle with some renowned personalities, despite a reduction in his royal engagements following a recent battle with cancer. During a conversation with Sir Rod and football…

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Following his previous apology for using a highly offensive term towards homosexual men, Pope Francis is once again under scrutiny for reportedly using the same derogatory language. Pope Francis had initially employed this language during a closed-door discussion with bishops, referring to certain aspects of the priesthood as being too full of “frociaggine” – a highly offensive Italian slur. An Italian news agency, ANSA, reported that the Pope reiterated the term during a meeting with Roman priests, expressing concern about an atmosphere of “frociaggine” within the Vatican and suggesting that young men with homosexual inclinations should not enter the seminary.…

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In April, the UK economy experienced zero growth, as per recent official statistics that have been highlighted by critics of the government as proof that the Conservatives’ acclaimed strategy is ineffective. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), there was no growth in April, contrasting with the 0.4% increase noted in March. Anticipated by a Reuters news agency survey of economists, the stagnant 0% performance was foreshadowed by earlier indications that damp weather negatively impacted retail sales and construction output significantly. The ONS’s report on the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – the final report preceding the election – illustrated…

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Rebranding to Hard Life After facing a legal battle with the owners of the well-known airline easyJet, the British indie band formerly known as Easy Life has made the decision to alter their name to Hard Life. The group shared on Instagram that the past nine months had presented significant challenges but they have now launched a new single titled Tears, with a snippet of the music video featured in their social media announcement. Legal Dispute with easyGroup Last October, the band revealed their intention to change their name after being sued by easyGroup, the owners of easyJet, who claimed…

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Fear for Celine Dion: Spouse of Heavy Goods Vehicle Operator with Rigid Individual Syndrome Worries for Stressed ‘Empowered by Love’ Vocalist The spouse of a previous Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) operator from Yorkshire diagnosed with rigid individual syndrome has expressed apprehension for Celine Dion, as pressure mounts on the singer to become the face of the condition.

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Jonathon Hopkinson was driving at 100mph and fatally injured Alice Birchall (Picture: SWNS) A drunken individual raced at a speed of 100mph through a 30mph zone in a city center with his young daughter in the vehicle, resulting in the death of a 22-year-old woman. On June 18, 2022, Jonathon Hopkinson, 35, sped through Leeds and collided with Alice Birchall’s car while she was commuting home from work. Despite leaving work 15 minutes early, Birchall succumbed to her injuries two days later at the hospital. An individual assisted in extracting Hopkinson, his daughter, and Birchall from her car. During a…

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An intense storm hit Majorca’s international airport on Wednesday, leading to severe flooding on the runways and causing disruptions in flight operations. The heavy rainfall on the popular Spanish holiday island also resulted in water leaking from the ceiling of the airport’s shopping area and seeping through windows, as depicted in videos shared online. The weather station at Palma airport reported a rapid accumulation of almost 5cm (2in) of rain per hour, with a peak of up to 9cm (3.5in) within an hour. X The situation was described as “chaotic” by witnesses, with passengers scrambling for cover from the downpour…

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High Expectations from Football Enthusiasts Prior to England’s inaugural Euro 2024 match, soccer fans are brimming with optimism, with nearly half expressing their belief that Gareth Southgate’s team will reach the semi-finals. The upcoming fixture will see England facing off against Serbia in the first of their three group stage encounters on Sunday, followed by matches against Slovenia and Denmark in the subsequent week. According to a YouGov-Sky News poll conducted, 47% of football supporters are confident about England’s journey to at least the semi-finals, with 12% outright backing them to emerge as champions. Meanwhile, 6% foresee England reaching the…

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