Westlife star Mark Feehily has announced he is “temporarily” standing down from all touring with the band due to what he called “health challenges”. The 43-year-old Irish singer, who recently had surgery, said “my recovery must now become my absolute priority at this time”. Feehily revealed he has “had ongoing medical problems” since he went
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Voters in Rochdale will today choose their new MP as polling stations open across the constituency. The by-election was called after the death of Labour stalwart Sir Tony Lloyd last month, who had been suffering from an aggressive and untreatable form of leukaemia. There are now 11 candidates vying to replace him and represent the
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Vape ads across social media platforms “need to stop” and advertisers pleading ignorance is not an excuse, the advertising regulator has warned. The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) – which regulates non-broadcast adverts – launched a crackdown on e-cigarette advertisers, warning the law prohibits them from marketing vapes containing nicotine that are not licensed as
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Tesla has lost its lead interior designer behind the interior design of some of its most popular vehicles, like Model 3 and Model Y. Skyryse, a startup building next-gen helicopters, announced today that it poached Peter Blades from Tesla. Blades had been at Tesla for almost a decade, and he was a big influence on
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Western leaders “shouldn’t be afraid” to stand up to Russia and “shouldn’t be afraid of own power,” Estonia’s prime minister has told Sky News. Kaja Kallas, whose country borders northwestern Russia, said everything should be considered when it comes to how the West supports Ukraine’s war effort. She said: “Russia is saying this or that
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Labour will inherit the worst economic situation of any incoming government since the Second World War, Rachel Reeves warned today, accusing the Conservative Party of “burning the house down” during its time in government. Talking in the run-up to next week’s budget, the shadow chancellor said that while George Osborne had promised to “fix the
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A view shows part of the state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) refinery in Salamanca. State of Guanajuato, Mexico, Monday, December 19, 2022. Danil Shamkin | Nurphoto | Getty Images China’s oil demand growth this year could be half of pre-Covid 2019 levels, according to Eurasia Group, as key segments of the world’s second-largest economy
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