- FA Cup fixtures – Chelsea face leads, Man Utd take on Forest
- England 5-1 Italy – Successful Spain camp for Lionesses
- Devastated Adele postpones five weeks of Las Vegas residency after falling ‘sick’
- Peaky Blinders star reveals truth behind ‘worrying’ appearance after sparking concern
- Family of young man involved in Huw Edwards scandal blasts BBC
- Jesse Baird’s housemates ‘unknowingly slept where TV star’s body was buried and mistook blood for beetroot juice’
- Hollywood actor refused to work with A-list co-star after being ‘screamed at’ on set
- Good Time actor Buddy Duress dies aged 38 as cause of death confirmed
The Observer – Red Sea crisis could shatter economic recovery hopes
The Observer carries a warning from some leading economists that the Red Sea “crisis” could “shatter” hopes of economic recovery around the world by reigniting inflation and disrupting energy supplies. Experts at the World Bank tell the paper that a prolonged crisis threatens to feed through into higher interest rates, lower growth, persistent inflation and greater uncertainty. The Observer says there is growing concern in government circles in London and Washington that a slowing global economy could harm Rishi Sunak and Joe Biden’s chances at the ballot box this year.
Britain is sending 20,000 sailors, soldiers and aviators close to Russia’s borders in Nato’s biggest military exercise since the Cold
‘Too much intense snooker for me is not good.’
He said he had recieved ‘countless’ letters demanding the money.
The 23-year-old has impressed for the Black Cats.
He’s got a plan – but it comes with a massive risk.
Could we really say goodbye to her?