British media linked Potter with Spurs after the north London club sacked Jose Mourinho last month, appointing former midfielder Ryan Mason as their interim head coach for the remainder of the season. Brighton chief executive Paul Barber earlier said the club had no plans to let Potter leave.
Now adapted into a three-part series for the BBC, Mitford’s 1945 novel ‘The Pursuit of Love’ remains a classic of entrancing wit. But, writes Martin Chilton, the author’s life itself was by turns heartbreaking and surreal – from her ‘mad’ aristocratic upbringing to her ‘disastrous’ love life
Lipliner is back, in all its 1990s glory90s makeup was all about the lip pencil, ideally worn three shades darker than your lipstick, in tones of pure supermodel ‘Makeup is obsessed with all things from that decade.’ Photograph: Alex Lake/The Guardian
Popcorn! Screams! Mass sobbing! Why I can’t wait for cinema’s big returnYes, the snacks may be overpriced. And yes, being surrounded by noisy people can be distracting. But the big-screen experience is still unparalleled See you in the popcorn queue ... Photograph: igoriss/Getty Images/iStockphoto
Streaming: the best springtime moviesFrom the floral euphoria of Bambi to outright pastoral terror in The Wicker Man, cinema’s best spring stories are a heady bunch ‘The most purely ravishing of Disney spectacles?’: Bambi. Photograph: Entertainment Pictures/Alamy
Labour reshuffle and policy review expected after May election lossesKeir Starmer under pressure to reassert leadership after Hartlepool byelection defeat and Tory council gains Keir Starmer at the window of his offices on Thursday following a series of election losses for Labour. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters
Cost of building work on UK homes to rise as price of materials soarsBooming housing market as ‘incredible demand’ fuels shortage of essentials from concrete and timber to taps and roof tiles The supply problem is particularly acute for roofers as the lead time for concrete tiles has tripled to three months. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA
Booking a holiday abroad? How to secure your tripBe it testing requirements or insurance cover, all you need to know to book a foreign holiday abroad from England An empty Portuguese beach, blue sky, what could possibly go wrong ... Photograph: Carl Whitfield/Alamy Stock Photo/Alamy Stock Photo
"The @GOP is the solid, undeniable winner of the race to the bottom," one critic snarked at the Republican National Committee's post.
New Zealand had blocked travel to and from New South Wales, Australia's most populous state, on Thursday after a couple in Sydney with no links to high risk professions or people tested positive for COVID-19. The cases prompted a reinstatement of some social distancing measures around Sydney, and a campaign to get more people tested, as authorities scrambled to determine the source of infection. New Zealand COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said travel to and from NSW, home to one-third of Australia's 25 million population, would resume after health officials determined the risk to New Zealand was low.
TORONTO, May 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sheldon Inwentash (“Inwentash”) announces that he acquired, on the open market, an aggregate 195,000 common shares (the “Subject Shares”) of ThreeD Capital Inc. (the “Company”) through a series of transactions in recent weeks (the “Acquisitions”). The Subject Shares were acquired on the open market for consideration of an average price of $0.844 per Subject Share, or aggregate proceeds of $164,585, representing approximately 0.42% of all issued and outstanding common shares of the Company. The Acquisitions triggered a corresponding change to the percentage ownership by Inwentash and a Joint Actor. Immediately before the Acquisitions described above, Inwentash and the Joint Actor held an aggregate of 6,346,766 common shares of the Company. Inwentash and the Joint Actor also held 2,720,414 warrants, and 3.472,220 stock options entitling Inwentash and the Joint Actor to purchase an additional 6,192,634 common shares of the Company, representing approximately 13.67% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company (or approximately 23.83% assuming exercise of the warrants and stock options). Of this total, Inwentash held an aggregate of 3,846,266 common shares of the Company, 291,665 warrants, and 3,472,220 stock options (representing approximately 8.29% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company, or approximately 14.46% assuming exercise of the warrants and stock options). The Joint Actor held an aggregate of 2,500,500 common shares of the Company and 2,428,749 warrants (representing approximately 5.39% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company, or approximately 9.37% assuming exercise of the warrants). Immediately following the Acquisitions described above, Inwentash and the Joint Actor held an aggregate of 6,541,766 common shares of the Company. Inwentash and the Joint Actor also held 2,720,414 warrants, and 3,472,220 stock options entitling Inwentash and the Joint Actor to purchase an additional 6,192,634 common shares of the Company, representing approximately 14.09% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company (or approximately 24.20% assuming exercise of the warrants and stock options). Of this total, Inwentash held an aggregate of 4,041,266 common shares of the Company, 291,665 warrants, and 3,472,220 stock options (representing approximately 8.71% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company, or approximately 15.55% assuming exercise of the warrants and stock options), and the Joint Actor held an aggregate of 2,500,500 common shares of the Company and 2,428,749 warrants (representing approximately 5.39% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Company, or approximately 10.09% assuming exercise of the warrants). Subsequent to the acquisition of the Subject Shares, Inwentash and the Joint Actor’s percentage ownership of the issued and outstanding common shares increased by 3.84% (or decreased by 5.30% assuming exercise of the warrants and stock options) since the last Early Warning Report filing. The Subject Shares were sold through the facilities of the Canadian Securities Exchange. The holdings of securities of the Company by Inwentash and the Joint Actor are managed for investment purposes Inwentash and the Joint Actor may from time to time acquire additional securities of the Company, dispose of some or all of the existing or additional securities they hold or will hold, or may continue to hold their current positions. Additional Information A copy of the applicable securities report filed in connection with the matters set forth above may be obtained by contacting: Sheldon Inwentash,130 Spadina Avenue, Suite 401 Toronto, OntarioM5V 2L4 Tel: 416-941-8900
The fight to make the French language kinder to women took steps forward, and back, this week. Warning that the well-being of France and its future are at stake, the government banned the use in schools of a method increasingly used by some French speakers to make the language more inclusive by feminizing some words. Specifically, the education minister's decree targets what is arguably the most contested and politicized letter in the French language — “e.”
The Aussie pop star said she was overwhelmed with the ‘incredible’ gesture from the Rocket Man
Not Even This by Jack Underwood review – fatherhood, philosophy and fearA poet confronts his anxieties about becoming a parent in this free-wheeling meditation on the theme of uncertainty ‘A parent has little choice but to learn to trust a child to become themselves.’ Photograph: fotostorm/Getty Images
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Which Caribbean island was invaded by the US in 1983? The Weekend QuizFrom Murmillo to mollymawk, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz Island life. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images
Electric car insurance in UK ‘is £45 less than for petrol or diesel vehicle’Comparethemarket.com analysis shows electric car drivers were charged an average of £566 Travel restrictions during Covid lockdowns led to cuts in insurance premiums: for electric car drivers in the first quarter of 2021 this led to a £75 drop, while other motorists saw a £101 drop. Photograph: Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty
A mother’s happy day: military spouse deported by Trump returns to family. Wife of a decorated veteran who was forced to break up her family in 2018 is one of the first beneficiaries of Biden’s program
Crossed wires: villagers perplexed by phone line mix-upRousham was cut off after a lorry crash but repairs led to a new mum ringing someone else’s husband Openreach relaid the damaged lines after a lorry ploughed into telegraph poles and blames the number problem on the ‘extensive and complex’ nature of the repairs. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images
Labour’s Khalid Mahmood says party has become ‘London-centric’MP believes Labour is now too focused on issues which are irrelevant to working-class people around the country Khalid Mahmood stopped short of attacking Keir Starmer’s leadership, saying he hasn’t had the opportunity to prove himself yet. Photograph: David Mirzoeff/PA