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England nice Lawrence Dallaglio irked by All Blacks’ unwillingness to journey – Stuff.co.nz

Shaun Botterill/Getty ImagesFormer England player Lawrence Dallaglio thinks the All Blacks should travel to the north in November.England rugby great Lawrence Dallaglio has teed off on the All Blacks for their unwillingness to travel to the northern hemisphere to play tests this year. The 2003 World Cup winner also lined up Australia and South Africa,…

New Socially Distanced Music Venue in UK Hosts First Concert – Consequence of Sound

The UK’s new “socially distanced” outdoor music venue, the Virgin Money Unity Arena, hosted its first official concert on Tuesday night. Sam Fender played to a sold-out crowd in Newcastle, all of whom appeared to abide by the rules and regulations of the space. Watch footage from the show below. In total, there were 2,500 attendees…

Nick Cave: ‘cancel tradition is unhealthy faith run amuck’ – The Guardian

Political correctness has an asphyxiating effect on the creative soul of a society, according to Nick Cave, who has criticised cancel culture in his latest newsletter where he calls it bad religion r…

Amazon Prime donates to Fleabag stars’ theatre emergency fund – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Olivia Colman acted together in Fleabag A fund set up by two stars of Fleabag to support theatre workers affected by the coronavirus pandemic is to receive £500,000 from Amazon Prime Video.Olivia Colman and Phoebe Waller-Bridge said they were "blown away" by the "extraordinary" support.The streaming…

UK heatwave: Severe storms forecast after scorching temperatures – BBC News

Image copyright PA Media Image caption Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire saw flooding overnight Warnings of severe thunderstorms are in place across much of the UK after some areas saw the longest stretch of high temperatures since the 1960s.An amber storm warning has been issued for most of Wales, the West Midlands and parts of the North…

Queen expresses ‘nice unhappiness’ after prepare derails and kills three near her Scottish dwelling – 9News

Queen Elizabeth II has sent her condolences to the families of three people who died when a passenger train derailed in Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire in Scotland after heavy rain.British Transport Police confirmed three people were pronounced dead at the scene, including the train driver.Six others have been taken to hospital to be treated for injuries, which are not…

Ian McKellen: UK authorities ‘underestimated’ public on Covid lockdown – The Guardian

The actor Sir Ian McKellen has said that the British government underestimated the public by initially doubting they would behave responsibly and observe lockdown rules during the coronavirus outbrea…

Recent COVID-19 circumstances related to journey, youthful folks – KitchenerToday.com

The local COVID-19 caseload has been remaining steady over the past few weeks, but Region of Waterloo Public Health has noticed a new trend in recent cases. In July alone, travel-related cases made up 18 per cent of the new confirmed cases of coronavirus in the region. Speaking at Tuesday's Committee of the Whole, Dr. Ryan…

CeeLo Green calls trendy music ‘personal and morally disappointing’ as he criticises Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion – The Independent

CeeLo Green has criticised female rappers including Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion for making modern music “disappointing on a personal and moral level”. The “F*** You” singer, who is one half of musical duo Gnarls Barkley, told Far Out magazine that he felt the current music scene was too explicit and lacked nuance. “There…

The Crown: Jonathan Pryce, 73, to play Prince Philip – Daily Mail

The Two Popes actor Jonathan Pryce is reportedly set to play Prince Philip in the final two seasons of The Crown.The star, 73, is lined up to join the star-studded cast of the hit Netflix show and will portray the royal through the 1990s and 2000s, reports The Sun.Jonathan will appear alongside Imelda Staunton, who…
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Investigation into deadly practice derailment begins

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAerial footage: passenger train derailment in AberdeenshireAn investigation has begun into an Aberdeenshire rail crash in which three people died. The train driver, a conductor and a passenger were killed when the the 06:38 ScotRail service from Aberdeen to Glasgow Queen Street derailed near Stonehaven on Wednesday…
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England nice Lawrence Dallaglio irked by All Blacks’ unwillingness to journey – Stuff.co.nz

Shaun Botterill/Getty ImagesFormer England player Lawrence Dallaglio thinks the All Blacks should travel to the north in November.England rugby great Lawrence Dallaglio has teed off on the All Blacks for their unwillingness to travel to the northern hemisphere to play tests this year. The 2003 World Cup winner also lined up Australia and South Africa,…

New Socially Distanced Music Venue in UK Hosts First Concert – Consequence of Sound

The UK’s new “socially distanced” outdoor music venue, the Virgin Money Unity Arena, hosted its first official concert on Tuesday night. Sam Fender played to a sold-out crowd in Newcastle, all of whom appeared to abide by the rules and regulations of the space. Watch footage from the show below. In total, there were 2,500 attendees…

Nick Cave: ‘cancel tradition is unhealthy faith run amuck’ – The Guardian

Political correctness has an asphyxiating effect on the creative soul of a society, according to Nick Cave, who has criticised cancel culture in his latest newsletter where he calls it bad religion r…

Lyft joins Uber in threatening to tug out of California over driver standing – The Verge

Lyft said it would shut down operations in California if forced to classify drivers as employees, the company’s executives said in an earnings call with investors on Wednesday. Lyft joins Uber in threatening to pull out of one of its most important US markets over the question of drivers’ employment status. At issue is the…