Yahoo Finance's Oscar Williams-Grut has the latest from London.
Yahoo Finance's Oscar Williams-Grut has the latest from London.
The Northern Irishman suffered a bogey at the last but hung on to for his first win since 2019.
Martin Truex Jr. powered his way around Darlington Raceway, sweeping both stages and leading the final 105 laps Sunday. Kyle Larson cut into Truex's often large lead over the final 30 laps, coming as close as two car-lengths down the stretch. “Hopefully, we can keep this rolling,” Truex said.
(Interactive chart with estimates below) Vertical Entertainment’s Four Good Days claimed the highest total over Mother’s Day weekend. It was a remarkably slow three-day stretch at the specialty box office with the Glenn Close and Mila Kunis-starring drama being the only film to break the $200K mark. Though Four Good Days grossed almost $100K less […]
Britain has tasked naturalist David Attenborough with inspiring action to tackle the issue of climate change as its People’s Advocate ahead of the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November in Glasgow, Scotland. COP26 could accelerate measures by the world's biggest polluters to tackle climate change, which activists, scientists and world leaders say could ultimately endanger the planet. Britain holds the presidency of the conference this year.
Neymar was on target the day after signing his contract extension but Paris Saint-Germain were held to a 1-1 draw at Rennes on Sunday that leaves Lille a step closer to a remarkable Ligue 1 title triumph. PSG led at half-time after Neymar converted a controversial penalty award, but they were pegged back in the second half as Serhou Guirassy headed in the equaliser.Presnel Kimpembe was later sent off for Mauricio Pochettino's side, who could not get back to winning ways on their return to domestic action following their Champions League semi-final exit against Manchester City.PSG are now three points adrift of Ligue 1 leaders Lille, who know they will be champions for the first time since 2011 by taking four points from their remaining two matches of the season.The Parisians have won the French title in seven of the last eight years but they have regularly wobbled this season and the decision to replace coach Thomas Tuchel with Pochettino during the winter break looks like it will not have the desired impact."We will keep believing until the end, we won't lose faith, but at Paris Saint-Germain we need to do much better," captain Marquinhos told broadcaster Canal Plus."Lille are a really good side and are winning every match. We have two games left and we need to believe, focus on ourselves and perform better."Lille had opened up a provisional four-point lead by winning 3-0 at Lens on Friday, with Burak Yilmaz scoring twice.It appeared PSG might respond in kind, despite being without the suspended Kylian Mbappe or the injured Marco Verratti in Brittany.They were given the chance to take the lead in first-half stoppage time when referee Ruddy Buquet surprisingly awarded a penalty after reviewing footage of Rennes defender Nayef Aguerd attempting to block a Layvin Kurzawa shot.Neymar marked Saturday's announcement that he had extended his contract until 2025 by stroking home from the spot.However, Rennes are chasing European qualification and they went looking for the equaliser, getting their reward 20 minutes from time when Guirassy headed in Benjamin Bourigeaud's corner.PSG were then reduced to 10 men three minutes from time when Kimpembe's lunge on Jeremy Doku earned the defender a straight red card.PSG's last two games are at home to Reims and away at relegation-threatened Brest, while Lille finish at home to Saint-Etienne and away at Angers.Monaco eye Champions League Earlier, a first senior goal for Belgian youngster Eliot Matazo gave Monaco a 1-0 win at Reims that kept the principality club on course for a top-three finish and a return to the Champions League.Teenager Matazo, signed from Anderlecht aged 16 in 2018, struck in the 20th minute and Monaco then saw out the victory to get back on track after losing at home to rivals Lyon last weekend.The principality side were beaten 3-2 in that game and were then leapfrogged by Lyon after they defeated Lorient 4-1 on Saturday.However, Sunday's victory took Niko Kovac's side back up to third on 74 points, one point better off than Lyon."The pressure is not on us but on Lyon because they were not in the Champions League this season and they need to be there," said Kovac."Before the match I told the players to enjoy themselves because they were fourth and they have had a great season."Champions and Champions League semi-finalists in 2017, Monaco are also five points adrift of Lille and two points behind PSG.Only the top three in France qualify for the Champions League, with the top two going straight into the group stage of Europe's elite club competition and third entering in the third qualifying round. Fourth will have to settle for the Europa League with fifth set to go into the new Europa Conference League.Marseille remain fifth, above Lens on goal difference, despite losing 1-0 at Saint-Etienne. Rennes are a point behind them in seventh.(AFP)
The findings of a new report confirm not just that the mental health of employees has been severely impacted by the pandemic, but also that its impact has significantly increased as a result of the year of numerous lockdowns.
EY predicts the demand for loans to support cashflow will reduce, as the economy rebounds quicker than anticipated.
Queen’s speech: voters will need photo ID for general elections Government’s legislative agenda is unlikely to include long-awaited reforms to adult social care The Queen delivers the Queen’s speech during a previous state opening of parliament. Photograph: Victoria Jones/PA
Royal Mail to deliver to Scilly Isles by drone in first UK trial of its kindA large aircraft will send parcels to St Mary’s airport and a smaller one will move them between islands The drone that will fly from the mainland is capable of carrying the equivalent of a typical delivery round. Photograph: Royal Mail/PA
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New measures are due to be announced on Monday which will take effect from May 17.
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Parcels will be flown to the islands’ airport by drones, which can carry up to 220lb of mail at a time – equivalent to a typical delivery round.
The Government has pledged more than £17 million to go towards upgrading mental health support in education as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.
Around 58% of those polled said it is ‘not fair’ that richer countries have reserved more vaccines than they need.
The veteran broadcaster, 95, says in a short video message it is ‘crucial’ global leaders find a solution to environmental problems.
Phishing attacks using Covid-19 and fake vaccine shops show ‘criminals have no bounds’, NCSC expert warned.
A Cambridge University study indicated that a prototype bamboo bat had a larger sweet spot than a traditional willow blade.
The RCN says a shortage of nursing staff was compromising patient safety.