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Mr Wilder and Me by Jonathan Coe review: A love letter from the novelist to the great film director

The Hollywood film director of movie greats such as Some Like It Hot, was hugely underrated, says Jonathan Coe. His new novel attempts to redress the balance

Uproar as Hammersmith Bridge shut to traffic until 2027 – and ferry crossing won't start till the spring

Residents and businesses in west London were in uproar today after they were told that Hammersmith Bridge will remain shut to traffic until 2027.

There Are Places in the World Where Rules Are Less Important Than Kindness by Carlo Rovelli review: essays on physics, faith and humility

A superb new collection of articles by the Italian astrophysicist whose first book outsold Fifty Shades of Grey covers everything from the laws of gravity to faith, and why uncertainty is a virtue

UK coronavirus LIVE: Hopes for mass Covid-19 testing under 'Operation Moonshot' plan as experts warn of 'critical stage' in second wave

Almost 100,000 people a day are being infected with coronavirus in England , experts say, amid warnings that the country is at a "critical stage" in the second wave of Covid-19.

Covid second wave at 'critical stage' as nearly 100,000 catch virus every day, research shows

The second wave of coronavirus in England has reached a "critical stage" with almost 100,000 people a day in England being infected, experts have warned.

UEFA Champions League 2020/21 results: UCL fixtures, groups, latest standings after matchday 2

Champions League football is returned again this week and saw plenty more drama as the groups begin to take shape.

'10% of England's population to be tested every week' under Government coronavirus Moonshot plan

The Government is reportedly considering the rapid unrolling of saliva-based coronavirus kits in a bid to test up to 10 per cent of England's population every week.

Joe Biden vows not to make 'false promises' about coronavirus pandemic

Joe Biden has vowed not to campaign on the "false promises" of having the power to end the coronavirus pandemic by "flipping a switch".

Marcus Rashford's free school meals petition tops one million signatures

Marcus Rashford's petition to ensure children in need get free school meals during the holidays has reached the milestone of million signatures.

William Saliba 'in a much better place' as he adapts to life at Arsenal, says Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta has revealed William Saliba is "in a much better place" as Arsenal look to cope with a mounting injury crisis at centre-back.

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Mr Wilder and Me by Jonathan Coe review: A love letter from the novelist to the great film director

The Hollywood film director of movie greats such as Some Like It Hot, was hugely underrated, says Jonathan Coe. His new novel attempts to redress the balance

Uproar as Hammersmith Bridge shut to traffic until 2027 – and ferry crossing won't start till the spring

Residents and businesses in west London were in uproar today after they were told that Hammersmith Bridge will remain shut to traffic until 2027.

There Are Places in the World Where Rules Are Less Important Than Kindness by Carlo Rovelli review: essays on physics, faith and humility

A superb new collection of articles by the Italian astrophysicist whose first book outsold Fifty Shades of Grey covers everything from the laws of gravity to faith, and why uncertainty is a virtue

UK coronavirus LIVE: Hopes for mass Covid-19 testing under 'Operation Moonshot' plan as experts warn of 'critical stage' in second wave

Almost 100,000 people a day are being infected with coronavirus in England , experts say, amid warnings that the country is at a "critical stage" in the second wave of Covid-19.

Covid second wave at 'critical stage' as nearly 100,000 catch virus every day, research shows

The second wave of coronavirus in England has reached a "critical stage" with almost 100,000 people a day in England being infected, experts have warned.
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