LIFE

“Before I was able to eat AND heat my home, it’s so much simpler now that I only have to do one.”
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ENTERTAINMENT

The groundbreaking 'ABBAtar' live show reimagines the Swedish foursome as 21st century pop stars in a mind-blowing feast for the senses.
Musician nicknamed “Fletch” founded the group in Basildon in 1980.
The actor has been charged with four counts of sexual assault against three different men, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.
The pair have announced they're planning to tie the knot, having first got together at secondary school.

UKRAINE LATEST

Boris Bondarev said: "Never have I been so ashamed of my country."
More than 15,000 troops are thought to have died since Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine.
"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.

POLITICS

The Texas Republican storms off when questioned about gun control, telling Mark Stone of Sky News: "I’m sorry you think American exceptionalism is awful."
Suella Braverman attacked her opposite number by claiming her heroes were "Lenin and Corbyn".
"The Labour Party rightly expects elected representatives to maintain the very highest standards at all times," a spokesperson said.
"It's all so painfully transparent and cynical," one person tweeted.
The chancellor has revealed extra help including a £400 discount off energy bills, after U-turning on a windfall tax.
Rishi Sunak is set to lead yet another government U-turn on Thursday, this time on a tax on oil and gas companies' profits.
John Baron and David Simmonds join calls for the PM to resign following the Sue Gray report.
The chancellor is expected to set out plan to ease the cost-of-living squeeze a day after the partygate report.
Criticism, heckling each other, a muted behind-closed-doors meeting, a contortion and zombie-like supportive tweets.
The prime minister looks to have survived the day, but the privileges committee and the public will soon also deliver a verdict.

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