UK evacuation from Kabul to end in ‘a matter of hours’ | Afghanistan

[ad_1] The UK has stopped taking people into Kabul airport to remove them from Afghanistan, the defence secretary, Ben Wallace has said, and the evacuation process will end in “a matter of hours”. Accepting that there would be Afghan translators or others who worked with UK forces who would not get out, Wallace said these … Read more

Weekend countdown: Europa draws, Premier League team news and transfers – live! | Football

[ad_1] Weekend countdown: Europa draws, Premier League team news and transfers – live! | Football | The Guardian Skip to main content [ad_2] Source link

England v India: third Test, day three – live! | Sport

[ad_1] 11.07am BST 11:07 131st over: England 431-8 (Overton 32, Robinson 0) Ravindra Jadeja starts at the other end to Robinson, who survives a couple of gentle LBW shouts. With Jadeja bowling over the wicket, both deliveries pitched outside leg stump. The general gloom is such that the lights are coming on, which could be … Read more

AFL 2021 finals week one: Port Adelaide v Geelong Cats – live! | Sport

[ad_1] 10.24am BST 10:24 While we’re on the Geelong legends love-in, Joel Selwood matches Corey Enright for the most games played as a Cat tonight. And if the Victorians win, it will be the 200th time Selwood and Hawkins have sung the team song in triumph together. Geelong Cats (@GeelongCats) The equal second most finals … Read more

UK toy chain warns of reduced choice at Christmas because of supply disruption | Retail industry

[ad_1] There will be a reduced choice of toys in stores this Christmas, and prices are expected to rise by 10% over 18 months because of supply chain disruption, labour shortages and higher transport costs, the chairman of the retailer The Entertainer has warned. Gary Grant, the founder of the family-run toy store chain, which … Read more

China ‘plans to ban’ US IPOs for data-heavy tech firms – business live

[ad_1] Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news WSJ: China may ban companies with large amounts of sensitive consumer data from US floats New rules could thwart China tech firms from listing in the U.S. Markets await Jackson Hole symposium Furlough ‘cliff edge’ at Liberty Steel could put jobs at risk 9.07am BST … Read more

Becky Hill: Only Honest on the Weekend review – a conveyor belt of blandness | Pop and rock

[ad_1] In a recent Guardian article that touched on the role of albums in the streaming era, the former head of Virgin EMI described them as an “artist appeasement tool”. It’s a crude way to look at the artform, but in the case of Becky Hill it might be apt. Hill has four Top 10 … Read more

He’s All That review – Netflix’s dull TikTok teen remake lacks charm | Romance films

[ad_1] For the majority of people too young to remember the premiere of She’s All That in 1999, the main draw of He’s All That, Netflix’s gender-swapped remake of the teen classic, is its casting of the TikTok star Addison Rae. In July 2019, an 18-year-old Rae, given name Addison Rae Easterling, went from freshman … Read more

Tunnel 29 by Helena Merriman review – escape to the west | History books

[ad_1] It was a plan that seemed to defy not just caution but geography: to build a tunnel to help East Germans escape to the west – in cold war Berlin, of all places. To this day the preponderance of Berlin street names ending in “damm” reminds locals that the German capital is mainly built … Read more

Man charged with contaminating goods at London supermarkets | UK news

[ad_1] A 37-year-old man has been charged with contaminating or interfering with goods with intent at three supermarkets in west London. Leoaai Elghareeb, of Crabtree Lane, Fulham, is due to appear before Westminster magistrates court on Friday. Officers in forensic suits were seen in Fulham Palace Road on Thursday at three stores – a Tesco … Read more