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ken dodd: liverpool comedian 'tickled' by knighthood


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption he said he hoped he would be worthy of his knighthood entertainer ken dodd said he was "highly tickled" as he received a knighthood at buckingham palace.the veteran comic was made a knight by prince william in honour of his decades-long showbiz career and charity work.sir ken, who became an obe in 1982, is still touring with his happiness show at the age of 89.famed for his wild hair and infamous "tickling stick", sir ken said he was "delighted" by the honour.image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption he was made a knight by the duke of cambridge image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption he was famous for his wild hair, buck teeth, diddymen and infamous "tickling stick" "one of the happiest things is the joy and pleasure it brings to your family and fr






ken dodd: liverpool comedian 'tickled' by knighthood


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption he said he hoped he would be worthy of his knighthood entertainer ken dodd said he was "highly tickled" as he received a knighthood at buckingham palace.the veteran comic was made a knight by prince william in honour of his decades-long showbiz career and charity work.sir ken, who became an obe in 1982, is still touring with his happiness show at the age of 89.famed for his wild hair and infamous "tickling stick", sir ken said he was "delighted" by the honour.media captionken dodd was knighted by prince william"one of the happiest things is the joy and pleasure it brings to your family and friends and then you say to yourself it is a great honour and i just hope i'll be worthy of it," he said.born the son of a coal merchant in 1927 in knotty ash, si






in pictures: oscars glitz and glamour on the red carpet


the stars of the silver screen walk the red carpet as they make their way into the dolby theatre for the 89th academy awards in los angeles.image copyrightjordan strauss / invision / apimage caption terrence howard (centre left) and kirsten dunst were just two of the film stars to walk the 275m (900ft) red carpet as they made their way to the dolby theatre. image copyrightfrazer harrison / getty imagesimage caption best actress nominee isabelle huppert was an early arrival. the french actress has already won a golden globe for her role in rape revenge thriller elle. image copyrightchristopher polk / getty imagesimage caption another best actress nominee is ruth negga, for her role in loving. she plays the part of mildred loving, whose interracial marriage to richard loving (played by joel






in pictures: oscars glitz and glamour on the red carpet


the stars of the silver screen walk the red carpet as they make their way into the dolby theatre for the 89th academy awards in los angeles.image copyrightjordan strauss / invision / apimage caption terrence howard (centre left) and kirsten dunst were just two of the film stars to walk the 275m (900ft) red carpet as they made their way to the dolby theatre. image copyrightfrazer harrison / getty imagesimage caption best actress nominee isabelle huppert was an early arrival. the french actress has already won a golden globe for her role in rape revenge thriller elle. image copyrightchristopher polk / getty imagesimage caption another best actress nominee is ruth negga, for her role in loving. she plays the part of mildred loving, whose interracial marriage to richard loving (played by joel






stoke and copeland by-elections: voting ends


image copyrightpavoting has ended in the parliamentary by-elections in stoke-on-trent central and copeland.labour is defending both seats after the resignations of ex-frontbenchers tristram hunt and jamie reed.jeremy corbyn's party, which has not lost either constituency since their creation, is facing challenges from the conservatives and ukip.the votes will now be counted with the results expected between 03:00 gmt and 04:00 gmt on friday morning.labour is defending a 2,564 majority in the west cumbrian seat of copeland, where a conservative victory would mark the first by-election gain by a governing party since 1982.mr reed, who had been an mp since 2005, resigned to take a job in the nuclear industry. with thousands of people employed in the sector, nuclear power has been a key campai






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of recent french terror attacks during a visit to the military hospital les invalides in paris.they also spoke to members of the emergency services who attended the bataclan in 2015 and nice last year. the royal couple's official two-day visit to the french capital began on friday.they visited the musee d'orsay and will later watch the six nations rugby match between france and wales.prince william and catherine also attended a "les voisins [neighbours] in action" event at the trocadero square, highlighting the ties between young people in france and the uk.image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met survivors of the terror






is this the end of celebrity fragrances?


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption beyonce and ariana grande are among the singers to have launched their own perfumes one of the first things many of us notice when we meet someone is what sort of perfume or aftershave they're wearing.that was certainly the case when i met up with my friend kerrie the other week and asked why she smelled of bliss on toast."midnight fantasy by britney spears," she replied. now, i obviously appreciate britney as pop royalty, but i was surprised such an arresting scent would have a celebrity's name attached to it.not long ago, fragrances were associated with well-established, fashionable names such as ralph lauren or couture brands like chanel.but the number of celebrity perfumes on the market has rocketed in the last decade.why? two words: jennifer lo






is this the end of celebrity fragrances?


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption beyonce and ariana grande are among the singers to have launched their own perfumes one of the first things many of us notice when we meet someone is what sort of perfume or aftershave they're wearing.that was certainly the case when i met up with my friend kerrie the other week and asked why she smelled of bliss on toast."midnight fantasy by britney spears," she replied. now, i obviously appreciate britney as pop royalty, but i was surprised such an arresting scent would have a celebrity's name attached to it.not long ago, fragrances were associated with well-established, fashionable names such as ralph lauren or couture brands like chanel.but the number of celebrity perfumes on the market has rocketed in the last decade.why? two words: jennifer lo






is this the end of celebrity fragrances?


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption beyonce and ariana grande are among the singers to have launched their own perfumes one of the first things many of us notice when we meet someone is what sort of perfume or aftershave they're wearing.that was certainly the case when i met up with my friend kerrie the other week and asked why she smelled of bliss on toast."midnight fantasy by britney spears," she replied. now, i obviously appreciate britney as pop royalty, but i was surprised such an arresting scent would have a celebrity's name attached to it.not long ago, fragrances were associated with well-established, fashionable names such as ralph lauren or couture brands like chanel.but the number of celebrity perfumes on the market has rocketed in the last decade.why? two words: jennifer lo






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravery, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit began on friday, and is seen as a mission to promote british interests. they also visited the musee d'orsay and saw france v wales in the six nations. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met jessica, who was shot seven times during the attack image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption they also met french war veterans during their visit to les invalides some






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravery, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit began on friday, and is seen as a mission to promote british interests. they also visited the musee d'orsay and saw france v wales in the six nations. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met jessica, who was shot seven times during the attack image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption they also met french war veterans during their visit to les invalides some






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravery, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit began on friday, and is seen as a mission to promote british interests. they also visited the musee d'orsay and saw france v wales in the six nations. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met jessica, who was shot seven times during the attack image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption they also met french war veterans during their visit to les invalides some






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravery, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit began on friday, and is seen as a mission to promote british interests. they also visited the musee d'orsay and saw france v wales in the six nations. image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met jessica, who was shot seven times during the attack image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption they also met french war veterans during their visit to les invalides some






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravey, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit to the french capital began on friday.they visited the musee d'orsay and will later watch the six nations rugby match between france and wales.image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met jessica, who was shot seven times during the attack image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption they also met french war veterans during their visit to les invalides some 90 people






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravey, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit to the french capital began on friday.they visited the musee d'orsay and are watching the six nations rugby match between france and wales.image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the couple met jessica, who was shot seven times during the attack image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption they also met french war veterans during their visit to les invalides some 90 people wer






oscars: meryl streep vents fury at karl lagerfeld in dress row


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption streep said the controversy had "eclipsed" her 20th oscar nomination meryl streep's choice of dress for the oscars has sparked a bitter row between the star and designer karl lagerfeld.chanel's creative director accused streep of rejecting one of his dresses because she found a different designer who was willing to pay her.he has since said he "misunderstood" - but that has not calmed streep's ire."i do not take this lightly, and mr lagerfeld's generic 'statement' of regret for this 'controversy' was not an apology," she said.she also criticised fashion website wwd, which originally reported his quotes."he lied, they printed the lie, and i am still waiting," she said in a statement.image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption karl lagerfeld said he regr






police 'confident' missing corrie mckeague at landfill site


image copyrightapril oliverimage caption corrie mckeague, pictured with his girlfriend april oliver, vanished from bury st edmunds on 24 september police searching for missing airman corrie mckeague say they are "confident" his body will be found at a landfill site.the raf serviceman has not been seen since a night out in bury st edmunds, suffolk, in september.suffolk police revealed a bin lorry seized shortly after the gunner vanished was carrying a heavier load than first thought.the force is now searching a landfill site in cambridgeshire as a result.live: follow updates on the search for corrie mckeaguedet supt katie elliott told the bbc: "i have a strong belief that we will find him here."media captioncorrie mckeague's mother has spoken of her "agony" over her son's disappearance.aske






police 'confident' missing corrie mckeague at landfill site


image copyrightapril oliverimage caption corrie mckeague, pictured with his girlfriend april oliver, vanished from bury st edmunds on 24 september police searching for missing airman corrie mckeague say they are "confident" his body will be found at a landfill site.the raf serviceman has not been seen since a night out in bury st edmunds, suffolk, in september.suffolk police revealed a bin lorry seized shortly after the gunner vanished was carrying a heavier load than first thought.the force is now searching a landfill site in cambridgeshire as a result.live: follow updates on the search for corrie mckeaguedet supt katie elliott told the bbc: "i have a strong belief that we will find him here."media captioncorrie mckeague's mother has spoken of her "agony" over her son's disappearance.aske






william and kate meet french attack survivors


image copyrightapimage caption the royal couple travelled to paris at the request of the foreign office the duke and duchess of cambridge have met survivors of the 2015 bataclan terror attack during a visit to les invalides military hospital in paris.praising the survivors for their bravery, the duke told them: "we think you are very strong and very brave, you've made amazing progress."the couple's official two-day visit began on friday, and is seen as a mission to promote british interests. they also visited the musee d'orsay and saw france v wales in the six nations. bbc royal correspondent nicholas witchell said that while royal family members are strictly non-political at home, their role abroad is far more emblematic of british foreign policy.image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption t






malta's azure window collapses into the sea


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the natural arch azure window was one of malta's most popular sites malta's famous azure window rock arch has collapsed into the sea after heavy storms.prime minister joseph muscat said the news was "heartbreaking".a study in 2013 said that while erosion was inevitable, the structure was not in imminent danger of collapsing, the times of malta reports. the popular limestone arch on gozo island was featured on the first episode of the hbo series game of thrones and several films.officials had recently introduced signs and a fine to stop people from walking across the landmark but they were often ignored. malta's prime minister joseph muscat said on twitter: "reports commissioned over the years indicated that this landmark would be hard hit by unavoid






malta's azure window collapses into the sea


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the natural arch azure window was one of malta's most popular sites malta's famous azure window rock arch has collapsed into the sea after heavy storms.prime minister joseph muscat said the news was "heartbreaking".a study in 2013 said that while erosion was inevitable, the structure was not in imminent danger of collapsing, the times of malta reports. the popular limestone arch on gozo island was featured on the first episode of the hbo series game of thrones and several films.officials had recently introduced signs and a fine to stop people from walking across the landmark but they were often ignored. malta's prime minister joseph muscat said on twitter: "reports commissioned over the years indicated that this landmark would be hard hit by unavoid






brexit: david davis warns mps to leave bill unchanged


image copyrightafp/getty imagesimage caption david davis wants the prime minister to be free to get on with the job of triggering brexit the brexit secretary has urged mps to leave the bill for exiting the eu unchanged when it is debated in the commons on monday.david davis said he will ask mps to throw out measures to allow for a "meaningful" parliamentary vote on the final exit package.if mps pass the bill, the prime minister could trigger article 50 as early as tuesday. theresa may has said she would rather walk away than agree to a "bad deal".monday will be the second time mps debate and vote on the eu withdrawal bill.ping pong billmr davis will also call on the commons to consider a vote that guarantees the rights of eu citizens in the uk."however they voted in the referendum, the maj






brexit: david davis warns mps to leave bill unchanged


image copyrightafp/getty imagesimage caption david davis wants the prime minister to be free to get on with the job of triggering brexit the brexit secretary has urged mps to leave the bill for exiting the eu unchanged when it is debated in the commons on monday.david davis said he will ask mps to throw out measures to allow for a "meaningful" parliamentary vote on the final exit package.if mps pass the bill, the prime minister could trigger article 50 as early as tuesday. theresa may has said she would rather walk away than agree to a "bad deal".monday will be the second time mps debate and vote on the eu withdrawal bill.ping pong billmr davis will also call on the commons to consider a vote that guarantees the rights of eu citizens in the uk."however they voted in the referendum, the maj






fire-ravaged clandon park 'to come back to life'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption clandon park house was reduced to a shell by the fire an 18th century mansion destroyed by fire will undergo a £30m reconstruction, it has been revealed.design teams are invited to submit plans for clandon park house in surrey - reduced to a charred shell in 2015.owner the national trust said plans would combine restoring state rooms with new galleries and visitor spaces, in a building that "reads as one".the fire, thought to have been started by an electrical fault, left one room - the speakers' parlour - intact.image copyrightnational trustimage caption the speakers' parlour was the only room that survived several hundred artefacts were recovered and many found in the debris await conservation.dame helen ghosh, the trust's director general, said t






fire-ravaged clandon park 'to come back to life'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption clandon park house was reduced to a shell by the fire an 18th century mansion destroyed by fire will undergo a £30m reconstruction, it has been revealed.design teams are invited to submit plans for clandon park house in surrey - reduced to a charred shell in 2015.owner the national trust said plans would combine restoring state rooms with new galleries and visitor spaces, in a building that "reads as one".the fire, thought to have been started by an electrical fault, left one room - the speakers' parlour - intact.image copyrightnational trustimage caption the speakers' parlour was the only room that survived several hundred artefacts were recovered and many found in the debris await conservation.dame helen ghosh, the trust's director general, said t






oscars: moonlight warms up with independent spirit awards win


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the moonlight cast and crew turned out for the california ceremony the cast and creators of moonlight have warmed up for sunday's oscars by winning the top prize at saturday's independent spirit awards.the touching and beautifully-shot drama about growing up gay and black in miami is seen as an outside bet to upset the la la land bandwagon at the oscars.it confirmed its status as the awards circuit's second favourite film with six independent spirit awards.la la land wasn't eligible for the awards, which reward low-budget films.moonlight was made for $1.5m (£1.2m) over 25 days - but has now recouped $21.5m (£17.3m) at the north american box office. it also has eight oscar nominations, compared with la la land's 14.image copyrightgetty imagesimage ca






oscars: moonlight warms up with independent spirit awards win


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption the moonlight cast and crew turned out for the california ceremony the cast and creators of moonlight have warmed up for sunday's oscars by winning the top prize at saturday's independent spirit awards.the touching and beautifully-shot drama about growing up gay and black in miami is seen as an outside bet to upset the la la land bandwagon at the oscars.it confirmed its status as the awards circuit's second favourite film with six independent spirit awards.la la land wasn't eligible for the awards, which reward low-budget films.moonlight was made for $1.5m (£1.2m) over 25 days - but has now recouped $21.5m (£17.3m) at the north american box office. it also has eight oscar nominations, compared with la la land's 14.image copyrightgetty imagesimage ca






merkel tells turkey's erdogan to stop nazi taunts


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption angela merkel said germany would "take all necessary measures" over nazi taunts german chancellor angela merkel has warned turkey's president that comparing german officials to nazis must stop, "no ifs, no buts".mrs merkel said if recep tayyip erdogan continues, more campaign events by turkish politicians may be banned.german authorities have cancelled rallies designed to woo ethnic turkish voters ahead of a key referendum on expanding mr erdogan's powers."you are right now employing nazi measures," mr erdogan said on sunday."when we call them nazis they (europe) get uncomfortable. they rally together in solidarity. especially merkel," he said in a televised speech.mr erdogan appeared to be addressing mrs merkel personally when he suggested that ger






merkel tells turkey's erdogan to stop nazi taunts


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption angela merkel said germany would "take all necessary measures" over nazi taunts german chancellor angela merkel has warned turkey's president that comparing german officials to nazis must stop, "no ifs, no buts".mrs merkel said if recep tayyip erdogan continues, more campaign events by turkish politicians may be banned.german authorities have cancelled rallies designed to woo ethnic turkish voters ahead of a key referendum on expanding mr erdogan's powers."you are right now employing nazi measures," mr erdogan said on sunday."when we call them nazis they (europe) get uncomfortable. they rally together in solidarity. especially merkel," he said in a televised speech.mr erdogan appeared to be addressing mrs merkel personally when he suggested that ger






farron likens pm's politics to trump's and putin's


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption tim farron will make the speech at his party's spring conference in york liberal democrat leader tim farron is to accuse the prime minister of following "aggressive, nationalistic" politics like those of donald trump and vladimir putin. he will tell his party's conference later that theresa may is part of a "new world order" with the presidents.his party is the "real opposition" to her "hard brexit" plan, he will add.mrs may told the conservative's spring conference on friday that she wanted a "more united" britain.mr farron will say he wants to reclaim the british flag from nationalists using it as a "symbol of division".he will make the comments as part of his keynote speech at the lib dem's spring conference in york.'the new normal'the party lead






farron likens pm's politics to trump's and putin's


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption tim farron will make the speech at his party's spring conference in york liberal democrat leader tim farron is to accuse the prime minister of following "aggressive, nationalistic" politics like those of donald trump and vladimir putin. he will tell his party's conference later that theresa may is part of a "new world order" with the presidents.his party is the "real opposition" to her "hard brexit" plan, he will add.mrs may told the conservative's spring conference on friday that she wanted a "more united" britain.mr farron will say he wants to reclaim the british flag from nationalists using it as a "symbol of division".he will make the comments as part of his keynote speech at the lib dem's spring conference in york.'the new normal'the party lead






nine epic fails from awards ceremonies and tv contests


image copyrightgetty imagesit was a moment that will go down in entertainment history - when la la land was wrongly given the award for best picture at the 2017 oscars.the team behind the film were in the middle of their speeches before it was revealed the accolade should have gone to moonlight.however, it is not the first time the wrong winner - or loser - has been announced at an awards ceremony or live on tv.wrong envelopeimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption wstrn held onto their prize for nearly an hour before the mistake was revealed a little piece of paper was the cause of confusion at the 2016 mobo awards when the prize for best song was given to the wrong winner.r&b trio wstrn kept their award for almost an hour before it was revealed it should have gone to mc abra cadabra.host






nine epic fails from awards ceremonies and tv contests


image copyrightgetty imagesit was a moment that will go down in entertainment history - when la la land was wrongly given the award for best picture at the 2017 oscars.the team behind the film were in the middle of their speeches before it was revealed the accolade should have gone to moonlight.however, it is not the first time the wrong winner - or loser - has been announced at an awards ceremony or live on tv.wrong envelopeimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption wstrn held onto their prize for nearly an hour before the mistake was revealed a little piece of paper was the cause of confusion at the 2016 mobo awards when the prize for best song was given to the wrong winner.r&b trio wstrn kept their award for almost an hour before it was revealed it should have gone to mc abra cadabra.host






crufts 2017: six talking points


image copyrightreuterscrufts draws to a close later, with the famous dog show culminating in the coveted best in show award.but aside from the usual displays of canine agility and obedience, what have been the stand-out moments of the birmingham-based event? 1. when it comes to accessories, less is moreimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption new rules against "adornments" meant shih tzus were seen wearing plain elastic bands whether you think they're cute or cringeworthy, dogs with hair bows risked being disqualified this year.pat maul, a shih tzu judge, said any dogs with "bows" or "adornments" would be refused from the ring. her recommendation that owners use a "plain elastic band holding the topknot only please" was prompted by new rules set out by the kennel club, which runs crufts.im






crufts 2017: six talking points


image copyrightreuterscrufts draws to a close later, with the famous dog show culminating in the coveted best in show award.but aside from the usual displays of canine agility and obedience, what have been the stand-out moments of the birmingham-based event? 1. when it comes to accessories, less is moreimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption new rules against "adornments" meant shih tzus were seen wearing plain elastic bands whether you think they're cute or cringeworthy, dogs with hair bows risked being disqualified this year.pat maul, a shih tzu judge, said any dogs with "bows" or "adornments" would be refused from the ring. her recommendation that owners use a "plain elastic band holding the topknot only please" was prompted by new rules set out by the kennel club, which runs crufts.im






crufts 2017: six talking points


image copyrightreuterscrufts draws to a close later, with the famous dog show culminating in the coveted best in show award.but aside from the usual displays of canine agility and obedience, what have been the stand-out moments of the birmingham-based event? 1. when it comes to accessories, less is moreimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption new rules against "adornments" meant shih tzus were seen wearing plain elastic bands whether you think they're cute or cringeworthy, dogs with hair bows risked being disqualified this year.pat maul, a shih tzu judge, said any dogs with "bows" or "adornments" would be refused from the ring. her recommendation that owners use a "plain elastic band holding the topknot only please" was prompted by new rules set out by the kennel club, which runs crufts.im






crufts 2017: six talking points


image copyrightreuterscrufts draws to a close later, with the famous dog show culminating in the coveted best in show award.but aside from the usual displays of canine agility and obedience, what have been the stand-out moments of the birmingham-based event? 1. when it comes to accessories, less is moreimage copyrightgetty imagesimage caption new rules against "adornments" meant shih tzus were seen wearing plain elastic bands whether you think they're cute or cringeworthy, dogs with hair bows risked being disqualified this year.pat maul, a shih tzu judge, said any dogs with "bows" or "adornments" would be refused from the ring. her recommendation that owners use a "plain elastic band holding the topknot only please" was prompted by new rules set out by the kennel club, which runs crufts.im






new un climate chief: 'action on warming unstoppable'


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption president trump's attitude to climate change has drawn protests in many parts of the world the un’s new climate chief admits she’s worried about president donald trump – but is confident that action to curb climate change is unstoppable.president trump said he’d withdraw from the un climate deal and stop funding the un’s clean energy programme.but former mexican diplomat patricia espinosa told bbc news that the delay in any firm announcement suggests the issue is still unresolved.she travels to us this weekend to try and meet the new us secretary of state. 'world will carry on'ms espinosa said it would be more damaging for the us to leave the on-going climate talks process altogether than to stop funding the clean energy programme. image copyrightge






medicare disciplines fairview over patient runaway


federal regulators declared a state of “immediate jeopardy” at the university of minnesota medical center last month because the hospital allowed a 13-year-old boy diagnosed with bipolar disorder to run away from one of its psychiatric wards two days after a suicide attempt.fairview tightened security practices following the dec. 5 incident, according to a medicare inspection report released this week, but the boy’s parents remain upset about the boy’s escape and other hospital missteps they say endangered their son.“just problem after problem after problem,” said ryan jancik, a longtime boyfriend of the boy’s mother who has power of attorney over the child’s care.the boy disappeared when a the ist took him and other patients out of the hospital’s locked pediatric psychiatric unit to go fo