Christina Hendricks Shares Throwback Thirst Trap on Instagram

Christina Hendricks is taking a break from her gorgeously aesthetic Scottish photo book to share a teasing throwback with her followers. The Mad Men actress, 47, shared the "Little @viviennewestwood flashback" on Instagram today, Dec. 3, which featured a photo of the redheaded bombshell sitting on a pale pink couch, most likely from her turn as a model for the jewelry designer in 2011.
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Ministers accused of ‘spoiling for a fight’ with nurses over pay

Ministers were under intense pressure last night to open new pay talks that could avert a devastating series of NHS strikes as health unions suggested a deal could be struck if both sides were willing to negotiate and compromise. Amid claims from Labour and from NHS sources that ministers appeared...
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The photographer who puts little people in the frame

David Gilliver's entry in this year's British Photography Awards was a picture of a summer holiday with a difference. He won the top prize in the Macro category, a branch of photography that takes extreme close-up pictures of small objects, most often insects or flowers. But instead David took a...

Alison Thewliss announces bid to be next SNP Westminster leader

SNP MP Alison Thewliss has announced she will throw her hat into the ring to be the party’s next Westminster leader.Ms Thewliss announced the news on Twitter on Saturday evening, saying she would be a “clear contrast” to “two men shouting at each other across the dispatch box”.She has been an MP for Glasgow Central since 2015 when she unseated current Scottish Labour leader, Anas Sarwar.Ms Thewliss wrote: “I’ve been working for independence for over half my life. Scotland is closer to achieving that now now than ever before.📢 I've decided to throw my hat in the ring for SNP...

English could say 'let them go' to the Scots if Nicola Sturgeon's referendum calls carry on, claims former first minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster

Former Northern Ireland first minister Arlene Foster has warned the Union between the UK's four nations could be lost due to constant calls for a Scottish referendum. Baroness Foster, who has recently become chair of new pro-Union organisation Together UK, said there is a chance the English could say 'let them go' as they become tired of Nicola Sturgeon's intense independence campaign.

Family finds 135-year-old message in a bottle under the floorboards of their ancient home

Houses built in the previous centuries withhold several secrets and objects that are significant pieces of human history. A Scottish plumber named Peter Allan was working on the heating pipes of a property like this when he discovered something strange under the floorboards. He found an antique bottle with a letter inside and immediately informed the owners. When the bottle was opened by the house's owner, Eilidh Stimpson, and her two children, it uncovered a remarkable message written in 1887.

Will it snow in Ireland this Christmas? Temperatures drop as bookies slash odds

Bookies have slashed the odds on a White Christmas here in Ireland as temperatures begin to plummet. A cold snap is on the way with temperatures expected to dip below zero on Saturday night. Weather experts are predicting that things will turn much cooler over the coming days but there...
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Jason Robertson, a Filipino from LA, is the NHL’s Top Goal Scorer: Facts you Must Know

The Filipino community has long had some bright stars to root for, whether it be Lea Solanga, Oscar-winning actress and the singing voice of Princess Jasmine and Mulan, or one of the most enthralling boxing champs of all time Manny Pacquiao. Among the newest names on that ever-growing list of Filipino prides is Jason Robertson, and he’s attained a feat that even many Filipinos may be surprised by: he’s the leading goal scorer in the NHL. Yes, that’s right, the National Hockey League.

Canadian international Johnston signs for Celtic

Canada international Alistair Johnston has signed for Celtic on a five-year deal, the Scottish champions announced on Saturday. Johnston will arrive in Glasgow from CF Montreal, where he impressed in Major League Soccer last season. The 24-year-old started all three of Canada's matches at the World Cup as they were knocked out at the group stages. "When a club like Celtic comes calling, it will turn any footballer's head, and especially for myself, growing up in a British household, Celtic was one of the clubs that is near and dear to our hearts," Johnston told the Celtic website.
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Man Utd squad touch down in Cadiz

Manchester United's non-World Cup players are now in Spain. United players not at the World Cup will be joining Erik ten Hag and his coaching staff in Cadiz. There are 13 of the first-team squad, plus loan players Hannibal Mejbri and Alex Telles, taking part in the global showcase in Qatar.

Alison Thewliss throws hat into ring to be next SNP Westminster leader

SNP MP Alison Thewliss has announced she will throw her hat into the ring to be the party's next Westminster leader. Ms Thewliss announced the news on Twitter on Saturday evening, saying she would be a "clear contrast" to "two men shouting at each other across the dispatch box". She...

UK Weather: Temperatures set to tumble as Arctic blast strikes country

An Arctic blast threatens to send temperatures tumbling even further across the UK in the coming week. Following the chill brought by a northeasterly breeze in recent days, forecasters expect it to turn even colder from Wednesday, hovering closer to freezing during the day and dipping below overnight. It raises...

December 4: Today in Royal History

December 4, 1214 – Death of William I “the Lion”, King of Scots at Stirling Castle in Scotland; buried at Arbroath Abbey, in Arbroath, Scotland. William I, King of Scots, nicknamed “the Lion,” had the second-longest reign in Scottish history before the Act of Union with England in 1707. He reigned for 49 years, from 1165 – 1214, and was a contemporary of King Henry II of England and his sons King Richard I and King John. His standard, a red lion rampant with a forked tail on a yellow background became the Royal Standard of Scotland and is used today on the Royal Standard of the United Kingdom, quartered with the royal standards of England and Ireland. William became King of Scots upon the death of his brother in 1165. He married Ermengarde de Beaumont, a great-granddaughter of King Henry I of England (through an illegitimate child of Henry I), and the couple had four children. William died at about the age of 70.

Stewart Manger: Romancing the Home

A recent reception welcoming international interior designer Stewart Manger, hosted by Susan and Phil Merlin and Suzette and Ally Bulley, attracted Chicago cosmopolites who took home his glorious Romancing the Home, published by Rizzoli. Hosts Phil Merlin, Susan Merlin, Suzette Bulley and Ally Bulley, surround author and designer Stewart Mangner.

Why it’s long past time for SNP to enter period of self-examination – Euan McColm

There comes a point in life when – difficult though it may be – we have to start asking questions of ourselves. Self-examination is messy but necessary if we want to understand how our actions impact on our lives and the lives of others. Without it, we risk blundering on, half-formed, oblivious to our flaws.