Flood victims demand to know why Johnson hasn't paid them a visit

Why is no-one here to help? Angry flood victims who were left to fend for themselves demand to know why Boris Johnson hasn’t paid them a morale-boosting visit Residents complained they had been left to fend for themselves in recent floods Environment Agency issued severe flood warning in Shrewsbury and Shropshire Further 109 flood warnings were in place across the country

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Tyson Fury favourite to fight Deontay Wilder next in epic trilogy rematch ahead of Anthony Joshua, say bookies – The Sun

TYSON FURY is most likely to fight Deontay Wilder next to complete the trilogy, according to the bookies. On a scintillating night in Las Vegas at the weekend, the Gypsy King floored Wilder twice before securing a seventh-round stoppage success. Fury and Wilder's contract for their second fight – their first in 2018 ended in a draw – included scope

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Being Chosen to Appear On 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' Just Got Harder Than Ever

The reboot of the beloved show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition has fans asking some important questions. So many fans are interested to know how participants are chosen and if there’s any chance of getting on the show. After scandals and scams from the first iteration of Extreme Makeover, producers are more cautious than ever about who gets selected to get

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Tyson Fury agreeing to three US judges and ref against Deontay Wilder makes ‘zero sense’, says David Haye – The Sun

TYSON FURY is “crazy” for agreeing to three American judges calling his rematch with Deontay Wilder, according to former world champ David Haye. The 2018 classic went down to the wire, with Fury getting handed a controversial draw after climbing off the canvas twice late on. First time around, in California, the state commission sanctioned one Canadian, one Argentinean and

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Enough to make you scream: the race to save history’s artworks

The Scream is fading. Paint samples from the 1910 version of Edvard Munch’s famous image of angst have been under the X-ray, the laser beam and even a high-powered electron microscope, as scientists have used cutting-edge technology to try to figure out why portions of the canvas that were a brilliant orangish-yellow are now an ivory white. Since 2012, scientists

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra to commission 50 new Australian compositions

Sydney Symphony Orchestra has launched a massive multi-year commissioning project that will add vast amounts of new works to the library of Australian music. As part of the 50 Fanfares project, 50 Australian composers have been commissioned to write new works to be rolled out progressively between now and 2022. Alongside familiar names such as Elena Kats-Chernin, Matthew Hindson and

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