- CelebrityThe Independent
‘If you think that Covid is a joke, if you think this won’t be you...then trust me; it hits everybody differently’, 38-year-old Joe Luna said before succumbing to the illness
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
Sir Paul McCartney has recalled holding George Harrison's hand in New York as he tried to console the dying Beatle. In an interview with the New York Times, Sir Paul described an emotional meeting shortly before Harrison died of cancer, aged 58, in November 2001. "We were sitting there, and I was holding his hand, and it occurred to me — I’ve never told this — I don’t want to hold George’s hand. You don’t hold your mate’s hands," he said. Harrison saw doctors across the world in the hope of finding a cure and eventually became disillusioned with all the travel. "He’d gone to Geneva to see what they could do. Then he came to a special clinic in New York to see what they could do. Then the thought was to go to L.A. and see what they could do. "He was sort of getting a bit, “Can’t we just stay in one place?” And I said: 'Yes, Speke Hall. Let’s go to Speke Hall.'"
- SportSky News
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has tested positive for coronavirus and will miss this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain. The British driver's Mercedes team said he had three negative test results last week but woke up on Monday morning with "mild symptoms". A statement said that Hamilton, 35, was informed at the same time that someone he had been in contact with before his arrival in Bahrain had tested positive.
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Unaffordable housing and lack of disposable income due to cost of living hurt the city's overall score.
A police officer and a paramedic rescued a woman from a canal near Nottingham city center in England on November 29, police said.In a statement, police said Constable Lee Lane and a paramedic ran to the scene following reports of a woman who had fallen into the canal.Dramatic body-worn footage shows officers running along the edge of the canal to find PC Lane already in the water. The woman is pulled from the canal by fellow officers, before being put in the recovery position and wrapped up to keep warm.The woman was taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre for treatment and was later discharged, police said. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police via Storyful
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Boris Johnson will get a deal: but it will be a betrayal of the Brexiters. This is the moment when he’ll have to accept that no-deal is a disaster – and break all those fairy-dust promises