GORDON Ramsay's daughter Holly is set to join the cast of Love Island after TV bosses managed to sign her. The 21-year-old student, who will jet off to join other singletons, normally enjoys luxury holidays and red carpet events as the TV chef's plus one. We take a closer look at Holly's life - which any adult would be jealous of... Fashion credentials Her dad may be worth an estimated £177 million, but Holly Anna is determined to pave her own career. She's one of Gordon's five kids with wife Tana, she has an older sister Megan, 22, twin brother Jack and younger siblings Tilly, 18, and Oscar, who's just turned one. View this post on Instagram A post shared by HollyAnna Ramsay (@hollyramsayy) Working as a model and influencer, Holly is signed to EST Models and has 238,000 followers on Instagram. She also studies fashion design at London's Ravensbourne University, "with a dream of getting … [Read more...] about The glam life of Gordon Ramsay’s daughter & Love Island signing Holly with luxury holidays & red carpets
BORIS Johnson has warned that tomorrow's local elections will be tough - but slapped down Nicola Sturgeon's demands for another divisive referendum. Ahead of millions of voters heading to the polls tomorrow, he vowed to fight for every vote. Follow the latest local elections 2021 stories Keep up-to-date on the 2021 London mayoral election But the PM insisted that now is not the time for another "reckless and irresponsible" referendum on Scottish independence. The PM was speaking as voters head to the polls in the Holyrood election, alongside a handful of others. He was questioned on the issue as he campaigned for local elections in England in Stourbridge, the West Midlands, where he took a bike ride along a canal. Asked if he would allow another referendum to take place if Scots elect a majority of MSPs from independence supporting parties, Mr Johnson said: "Let's wait and see what actually happens. "I think that most people in Scotland, most … [Read more...] about Scottish elections: Boris Johnson slaps down calls for another Scottish referendum saying now is not the time
When Joe Biden boasted to world leaders last month that the US would halve its greenhouse emissions by 2030 from 2005 levels — urging his counterparts from countries like China and India to commit to stronger action — the US president left environmentalists unconvinced. The cuts are more ambitious than previous targets to burn less fossil fuel. But they will not stop the US from overshooting its fair share of the emissions that can be released to meet the 2015 Paris Agreement pledge to keep warming well below 2 degrees Celsius, and ideally 1.5C, according to independent research project Climate Action Tracker. This is a question of justice: The US has polluted the atmosphere more than any other economy on the planet and also has more money to deal with it. Factoring in those inequalities, Biden's pledge is "very close to or just within" the range of cuts needed to reach 2C, said Andreas Geiges, a researcher at Climate Analytics, which jointly runs the project. But it falls … [Read more...] about Climate justice: Do pledges ignore unequal emissions?
India's central bank on Wednesday pledged $6.7 billion (€8 billion) in cheap loans for vaccine makers, hospitals and other health firms to help the country battle a massive surge in coronavirus cases. The announcement came as India recorded its highest daily death toll, reporting 3,780 more deaths on Wednesday. "The immediate objective is to preserve human life and restore livelihoods through all means possible. The second wave, though debilitating, is not insurmountable," said Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Shaktikanta Das. India's second wave of the virus has seen healthcare crumble with hospitals running out of beds, medical oxygen and supplies. Morgues and crematoriums have overflowed as people died in ambulances and car parks while waiting for beds or oxygen. India's second COVID wave leaves suffering in its wake India sees its darkest days of pandemic India has added hundreds of thousands of cases in recent days, and the total death toll has … [Read more...] about India pledges $6.7 billion in COVID loans amid record daily deaths
Climate activists say they'll call for people to boycott a new exhibition at London's Science Museum if the oil company Shell isn't dropped as a major sponsor. The UK Student Climate Network has already sent an open letter to the museum in protest but says it's had no response. It's two weeks until the exhibition on carbon capture technology is due to open. A contributor who has now partly withdrawn her involvement says she was disappointed and embarrassed to learn about the sponsorship after already agreeing to take part. Dr Emma Sayer, reader in Ecosystem Ecology at the University of Lancaster, contributed to a display on capturing carbon in woodlands. Advertisement She said: "My contribution to the exhibition is about soil carbon storage. I was really excited. The Science Museum is a great place and it was fantastic to be involved. "But this sponsorship issue has created a big conundrum for me because on the one hand, I want to support the … [Read more...] about Boycott threatened over Shell’s sponsorship of Science Museum carbon capture exhibition