LIFE

A new approach to speed reading has people excited – but divided over whether it actually works.
Celebrities like Ariana Grande have been accused of trying to "look Asian". When is it just makeup, and when is it appropriation?
Don't hand back your computer to an employer without doing this first.
His Eton Mess stunt at No 10 has gone down like a lead balloon with some shoppers.

ENTERTAINMENT

It has been claimed that 1 in 4 of this year's acts have a professional profile or already have links to the ITV show.
Some people think Tom Hanks' iconic character made an appearance with the British monarch this week.
“It was awful and disgusting... I found out I was like the fourth person to complain about the guy."

UKRAINE LATEST

"Ministers float policies to generate headlines before checking if their ideas are even legal,” Labour's Lisa Nandy said.
Former President George W. Bush dropped a clanger for the ages when he accidentally criticized the man who launched the “brutal invasion of Iraq” … himself.
Delays in granting visas also meant some people trapped in Mariupol "never actually made it" to the UK.
UK intelligence suggests Russian officials will also be "distracted" as they try to avoid "culpability" for the invasion's failures.

POLITICS

People are pointing out the inconvenient timing as the chancellor and his wife enter the Sunday Times rankings for the first time.
The prime minister, who received just one fixed penalty notice, said he was "very grateful" to the Metropolitan Police.
Deputy prime minister tells Breakfast presenter: "I’m just checking how in touch you are."
Panelists also unload on Tory minister, and criticise "ideological" drive to get people back to offices.
The EU's ambassador to the UK rejected the government's calls to re-negotiate the Brexit trade deal.
Hit squads could be sent in turn around failing groups under reforms drawn up by Keir Starmer.
The culture secretary said she “gets on really well” with Cathy Newman but appeared to take aim at Jon Snow for shouting “F*** the Tories” at Glastonbury.
The Metropolitan Police have informed Downing Street that no further action is being taken against the prime minister.
The force said Operation Hillman has now concluded, paving the way for Sue Gray's long-awaited report into the scandal.

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