Emmys 2021: the winners, the losers, the speeches – live! | Television & radio

12.34am BST 00:34 An interesting-adjacent bit of gossip via E!’s mostly hellish red carpet show here: WandaVision star Elizabeth Olsen’s outfit tonight has been designed by her sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley apparently. Here it is: Elizabeth Olsen Photograph: Rich Fury/Getty Images … Continue Reading News Source: www.theguardian.com

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My dad, held hostage in Iran

Anoosheh Ashoori lived in the UK for 20 years, but was arrested in Iran after flying out to see his mother. Like Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, he’s one of about a dozen Western dual nationals being held by Iran. British Foreign Secretary Lis Truss is calling for their release when she meets her Iranian counterpart on Monday.… Continue reading My dad, held hostage in Iran

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Street dreams of Nairobi dance crew hoping to beat the odds

A seven-strong group of homeless street dancers in Nairobi, Kenya, who call themselves the Street Family Dance Crew, are determined to overcome the desperate hardships of street life and make their names as celebrity dancers. For BBC Africa Eye, film-maker Nick Wambugu followed them for two years on their quest to find fame and fortune.… Continue reading Street dreams of Nairobi dance crew hoping to beat the odds

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Welsh government launches smacking ban ad campaign before law change | Wales

An advertising campaign has been launched to make parents and carers aware that it will be illegal to smack children in Wales within months, with a package of almost £3m announced to help keep people who do use physical punishment out of the courts. From March it will be illegal for anybody in Wales, including… Continue reading Welsh government launches smacking ban ad campaign before law change | Wales

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Most NHS staff vote to oppose 3% pay rise as union warns workers ‘fed up’ | NHS

NHS staff have voted overwhelmingly to oppose the government’s 3% pay rise as Britain’s biggest health union warned thousands of workers are “fed up of being taken for granted”. Publishing the results of a consultation exercise that ran over the summer, Unison said the majority (80%) of health staff were not happy with the pay… Continue reading Most NHS staff vote to oppose 3% pay rise as union warns workers ‘fed up’ | NHS

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Daily horoscope for September 20: Your star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast

Pass the microphone, you’ve got something to say. As Mercury crosses Jupiter, you will have the skill of confident communication today. Later, when the full moon in Pisces lights up the sky, you may be inspired to have a heart to heart. Express.co.uk has your horoscope for today, September 20. Today you’re going to feel like speaking… Continue reading Daily horoscope for September 20: Your star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast

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Outlander season 6: Jamie Fraser to betray Claire with Malva? | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

“I’m in awe of him already and can’t help stare and wonder at all the possibilities of who he will become, where he will go and what he’ll do on the big adventure of his life. “Right now he seems so small and fragile and I constantly think how grateful I am that I live… Continue reading Outlander season 6: Jamie Fraser to betray Claire with Malva? | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV

Furlough warning: 1.4million Britons ran out of money BEFORE payday last year | Personal Finance | Finance

Mr Mair said: “These are staggering figures, and show the extent of financial insecurity across the country. “The reality is a lot of people are one big unexpected bill, or a sudden drop in income, away from being in real trouble. “The coming weeks could see drops in income and higher bills for millions, with… Continue reading Furlough warning: 1.4million Britons ran out of money BEFORE payday last year | Personal Finance | Finance

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Brexit Britain poised to turbocharge £326billion industry as new trade masterplan unveiled | Politics | News

Newly installed International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan is targeting unfair or discriminatory digital trade barriers in a bid to put the rocket-boosters on a British economy now liberated from EU rules and regulations. Ms Trevelyan, who took over the role from Liz Truss after the Tory MP for South-West Norfolk was promoted to Foreign Secretary… Continue reading Brexit Britain poised to turbocharge £326billion industry as new trade masterplan unveiled | Politics | News

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