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Latest news from Britain

UK Government must have a plan to roll out coronavirus vaccines to 16 and 17-year-olds following suggestions experts were about to approve the move. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stated that she was "veering towards expecting" the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) to outline updated guidance for young people having the coronavirus jab.
Ben Shephard demanded for a picture change while sternly warning Good Morning Britain chiefs that an Olympian had been using expletives.The 46-year-old kicked off the show alongside his co-star Kate Garraway.

Latest news from USA

American Idol will return for its fifth season on ABC with all of its' judges panel intact, including Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and Lionel Richie, as well as stalwart host Ryan Seacrest have all been re-signed.The show, which is in its 20th season overall (since its 2002 debut on Fox) is set to return to the air next spring.Seacrest posted on Instagram Tuesday, 'Season 20 here we come!' with a shot of all four.
Piers Morgan, 56, has hit back at The Wall Street Journal journalist Jeff Yang, telling him he'd rather "shove a virtuous fork up his a**" after becoming embroiled in a row over Simone Biles' performance at the Olympics.The ITV presenter has been vocal about the US gymnast's decision to withdraw from certain events to protect her mental health, as she made her last appearance on the vault last week.However, upon her comeback yesterday, the gymnast won a bronze medal in the balance beam final at the Tokyo games.After suffering with the "twisties", a kind of mental block for gymnasts, the American made the decision to pull out of the uneven bars, floor, vault, and all-round events.But Simone went on to place third on the balance beam, causing

Latest news from Scotland

UK Government must have a plan to roll out coronavirus vaccines to 16 and 17-year-olds following suggestions experts were about to approve the move. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stated that she was "veering towards expecting" the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) to outline updated guidance for young people having the coronavirus jab.
police commander has said that he stands by the response to the Rangers title celebrations in George Square. Chief Superintendent Mark Sutherland, who is the divisional commander for Greater Glasgow, said heavy handed policing can often provoke crowd conflict rather than prevent it.

Latest news from city Tokyo

Taylor Swift paid homage to Olympic gymnast Simone Biles as the pair exchanged pleasantries on Twitter Tuesday.The exchange began with an NBC commercial promoting Tuesday evening's Tokyo Summer Olympics balance beam finals, with the famed singer, 31, doing a voice over in support of the 24-year-old Olympian after she temporarily withdrew from competition to address her mental health.In the clip scored to her Swift's song this is me trying, the singer narrated about Biles' resilience amid the intense times. The latest:Taylor Swift, 31, paid homage to Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, 24, as the pair exchanged pleasantries on Twitter Tuesday'What do we want from our heroes?' Swift said.
Piers Morgan, 56, has hit back at The Wall Street Journal journalist Jeff Yang, telling him he'd rather "shove a virtuous fork up his a**" after becoming embroiled in a row over Simone Biles' performance at the Olympics.The ITV presenter has been vocal about the US gymnast's decision to withdraw from certain events to protect her mental health, as she made her last appearance on the vault last week.However, upon her comeback yesterday, the gymnast won a bronze medal in the balance beam final at the Tokyo games.After suffering with the "twisties", a kind of mental block for gymnasts, the American made the decision to pull out of the uneven bars, floor, vault, and all-round events.But Simone went on to place third on the balance beam, causing

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