The programme investigated the tensions between publicity and privacy for the royals.
Former England batter Gary Ballance denies an allegation he failed a recreational drugs test at Yorkshire. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The planning inspectorate turns down an appeal to build the tower in central London.
The judges said that the state’s acting health secretary had overstepped her authority in issuing the mandate, and that they were not taking a position on “the science or efficacy of mask-wearing.” From: New York Times
From: New York Times
The president cites schools, jobs, petrol prices and “Trump voters” as reasons for the defeat. from: BBC News
The vote comes six months after a white police officer was convicted of the murder of George Floyd. from: BBC News
Scott Morrison was accused by Emmanuel Macron of lying about plans to scrap a submarine deal. from: BBC News
The comments from Sheriff Alex Villanueva, a politically divisive figure, underscores the difficulty of trying to lift lagging vaccination rates among law enforcement officers across the country. From: New York Times
Lebanon’s highest court rejects complaints from three former ministers wanted for questioning. from: BBC News
Andrew Wiggins will not be able to play in home games for the Golden State Warriors after the NBA rejects his request for a religious exemption from the Covid-19 vaccine. from: BBC News
Max Verstappen rejects Lewis Hamilton’s suggestion that he could be feeling the pressure of their title fight. from: BBC News
The arrest of Jacob Zuma set off days of violent unrest and exposed deep rifts in his party, the African National Congress. But some hailed it as a victory for democracy. From: New York Times
The airline says a recent takeover approach undervalued the business and announces plans to raise £1.2bn.
A movement against Western influence threatens to close off a nation that succeeded in part by welcoming new ideas. From: New York Times
The marble figure had been displayed publicly for decades in New York before the Turkish government sued for its return. From: New York Times
England forward Jesse Lingard rejects a contract offer from Manchester United.
Mexico City – “The Government of Mexico must maintain a position that, while respectful, must be firm, clear and of absolute rejection of the intention to reactivate the ‘Stay in Mexico’ program”: is the petition to the President of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, to the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard Casaubón, and to… Leggi tutto »
The country asked that the shots offered under the Covax scheme be redirected to harder hit nations. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The work and pensions secretary rejects a call from UK politicians to maintain a £20 universal credit top up.