LIFE

BBQs in open spaces are out of the question right now. But what about in your garden?
Skinny brows are different today, say make up artists. We've learned a lot since the 90s.
Whether you go for a pan sear of Tataki-style, it's time to upgrade your salmon game.
All your go-tos for light coverage and minimal effort.

ENTERTAINMENT

The hit sitcom has long been criticised for featuring a main cast made up entirely of white actors.
The US star remains in a coma in critical condition due to the incident.
"I’m not asking for sympathy, I just want to acknowledge the situation and move forward as positively as I can."
"Whether he realises it or not, Mr Federline has not only violated the privacy and dignity of the mother of his children, he has undermined his own children."

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UKRAINE LATEST

The explosions 150-miles behind the frontline sent Ukrainian social networks abuzz with speculation.
UN chief has warned that any attack on such a nuclear plant is "suicidal".
WNBA star Brittney Griner has been sentenced to 9 years in prison in a Russian court for drug smuggling.
Ukrainians believe the third phase of Russia's invasion is about to start.

POLITICS

Pensions secretary Therese Coffey said it was “insulting” to suggest her colleagues were not taking the crisis seriously.
Attorney general Merrick Garland said he personally approved the decision for the FBI to seek a search warrant for Trump's residence.
The Department of Justice has moved to make public the warrant used in the raid on Donald Trump's Florida home.
Tory leadership frontrunner signals energy companies won't face a fresh levy as bills are expected to top £5,000 next year.
The prime minister surprised many by doing his job and turning up at a summit of energy bosses - but achieved nothing.
Lib Dem leader Ed Davey said it was “appalling" that the Tories have not announced extra support for rocketing bills.
A source in Rishi Sunak's campaign said Tory leadership candidates shouldn't "shy away from difficult things".
"Oh, so it's OK for us to pay your expenses, but you don't have a plan to help us pay our bills?"
The Labour leader has been criticised for being on holiday as the cost of living crisis worsens.
Ex-prime minister calls for temporary re-nationalisation of energy companies failing to cut soaring bills.

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