Last week, leaders at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS), who organise the Oscars announced that they would be conducting a "review of campaign procedures" in light of the English actress's "surprise" nomination for Best Actress. On his WTF podcast on Monday, Riseborough's co-star Maron accused the organisation of investigating the celebrity-led grassroots support for Riseborough because it "threatens" lucrative awards season campaign initiatives. "Apparently, the Academy of Motion Picture Sciences, or whatever the f**k it is, has decided to investigate Andrea Riseborough's grassroots campaign to get her the Oscar nomination.”
Nominations to be announced ahead of the ceremony in LA next year
The Someone You Loved singer will be taking to the stage alongside Stormzy and Harry Styles
The event will take place from March 10 to 12 at London’s Southbank Centre.
Richard Tice, leader of the Reform UK party, is set to give a talk and answer questions at Hullbridge Sports
Anthony Lowe Jr appeared to be fleeing from police when he was shot and killed
Christina Aguilera just dropped a topless photo on Instagram and she's super sculpted from her abs to her legs. Christina enjoys yoga for her mental health.
Welcome to your Daily Lowdown podcast from HELLO!. Today, we're discussing Ed Sheeran opening up about his "turbulent times" in his personal life which is the reason behind his social media absence. Also on today's podcast, Priscilla Presley disputes the validity of her late daughter Lisa Marie's will and Michael Jackson's nephew Jaafar Jackson has been cast to portray the late singer in an upcoming biopic. Take a listen to today's episode below... Ed Sheeran has opened up about his personal lif
At just past 8am I am standing on East Hastings Street in downtown Vancouver with a small packet of crack cocaine in my hand.
After losing five stone and gaining a new confidence, Liv Ralph was amazed to find she was treated as a completely different person.
The royal family's official Instagram account shared a reel of the Earl of Wessex's visit to Blackpool and Preston on Monday, and it sparked a reaction from their followers. While royal fans were delighted to see the highlights of Prince Edward's engagements regarding The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, as seen in the video below, many asked the same question in the comments section. WATCH: See highlights from Prince Edward's visits to Preston and Blackpool "I sincerely hope The Earl of Wessex become
A man was hit with a £500 fine and woke to find bailiffs knocking at his door - after a W on his car registration was mistaken for another letter. Steven Ward, 41, was disturbed at his home by workers from enforcement firm CDER Group. They slapped him with a notice and warned if he didn't pay they'd take his car - so he stumped up. Steven has since got his money back from the debt collectors. But the HGV driver, from Oldham, Gtr Manchester, said: "It's just not right. I had no choice [but to pay]. "It was awful and so degrading, having all the neighbours seeing two people coming to take money I really didn’t owe. "I’m not at all happy." Steven first received a letter from Birmingham City Council in June 2022, asking him to pay an £86 clean air zone fine. He phoned up and sent evidence that his vehicle had been in Oldham - not Birmingham - at the time of the alleged offence. He says he heard nothing back - so thought the matter was closed. But Steven got a second letter last December - this time from CDER Group - asking for more money. The letter said it was an extended penalty notice. Steven then called up and was sent a CCTV image of a Vauxhall Corsa - with plates ending in either AMO or AHO. He sent back a picture of his car, a red Peugeot 206 - with the number plate AWO. He says he pointed out the error and claims he was told no further action would be taken. So Steve was shocked when the bailiffs came to his door on the morning of January 13 - asking for £499. He’d started work at 4pm the day before and finally hit the sack at 5am - before being awoken at 9am. Steven said: "I could see them taking photos in my drive so I went down to find the letter. “Someone or some machine must have just mistaken the registration of the Vauxhall Corsa with my Peugeot registration. “I had worried this might happen and I checked with them but they said it was all sorted." Steven claims he was told he had to pay or his second car - a blue Vauxhall Astra - would be taken away within the hour. The bailiffs also said they’d also take a red and black Citreon belonging to his partner Danielle Clarke, 28, he alleges. Steve said: “On the phone I had explained what they told me before and they said I didn’t have to pay. "But when I told the bailiffs they just said I had to pay or they’d take the cars. “I even showed them the picture of the car that was actually in Birmingham that day but they weren’t interested. “They said I’d have to pay the costs of towing the cars as well. “They said there was nothing they can do because it’s gone through court. I couldn’t let them take that Astra because it’s precious to me." Steven says he has since been refunded, and a screenshot of his bank account shows a payment of £499 from CDER Group on January 26. The enforcement firm was approached for comment. Birmingham City Council said: “The Council follows the statutory enforcement process for the issuing and enforcement of penalty charge notices. "This process provides a number of opportunities to appeal or challenge a penalty charge. "The opportunities for a challenge are also set out at each stage of the process so that anyone issued with a penalty charge notice understands how they can pay or challenge it. "ANPR cameras provide a high level of accuracy when capturing vehicle registration numbers, however, misreads do occur on occasions due to dirty, damaged or altered number plates or position of number plate fixings, therefore there are contributory facts that can lead to a possible misread. "There is a statutory process in place to allow motorists to dispute a Penalty Charge Notice and each case is assessed on its individual merits to decide whether the Notice should be cancelled or not. "In cases where a vehicle registration number has possibly been misread, motorists should follow the statutory process to allow an investigation to be conducted and if confirmed, the case is cancelled." It's understood the council is investigating Steven's complaint further.
Before she sealed the deal with Prince William and married into the royal family, the Princess of Wales was a certified party girl. The royal was often papped at London's hottest haunts in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, often sporting outfits to match her fun-loving character. While she has an array of charming ensembles for night outs, we couldn’t help but notice a particularly silky concoction donned by the St. Andrews graduate back in 2007. During a sisterly evening soiree at Mahiki w
Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson still live together at Royal Lodge in Windsor, and they have recently welcomed the late Queen's beloved corgis into their home. Despite having lived there since 2004, Andrew cannot do as he pleases with the Grade II listed home and he has a strict set of rules he has to follow. WATCH: Sarah Ferguson gives fans a look inside magical garden The royal leases the home from the Crown Estate, and this agreement was established with a £1million one-off payme
Terry Hannifin and Sean Ryan were caught after going on a month-long crime spree in Warwickshire.
Gordon Ramsay swears by this easy 10-minute pasta dish, which he said has become a "regular midweek family meal" in his house.
Brussels also said to have made concessions of role of European Court
The victim has been named locally as Alice Stones
The former Swansea and West Ham player is reportedly negotiating with two unnamed English teams, as he bids to secure a return to the Premier League
Man City will reportedly 'get rid' of four more players and Barcelona are hoping to benefit after Joao Cancelo had a 'furious bust-up' with Pep Guardiola.