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Ray Illingworth says he’d rather die peacefully than fight cancer’s symptoms. RAY ILLINGWORTH witnessed his late wife Shirley’s long battle with cancer. The 89-year-old former England captain is undergoing treatment for oesophageal cancer and hopes that he does not succumb to the disease. “I don’t want to go through what my wife went through the last year,” Ray Illingworth said. “I’d prefer to go quietly.” “She had a terrible time going from hospital to hospital and in pain,” the athlete continued. Ray’s perspective on living with cancer has been shaped by his loss of Shirley in March of this year.…

What time will Boris Johnson unveil Omicron today? BORIS JOHNSON will return to Downing Street’s press centre today for the second time in three days to give a televised update on the covid Omicron variant. When is the Prime Minister going to make his announcement today? Mr Johnson is mobilizing his government to combat the new Covid strain that appeared in Botswana last week. He has barred borders with six African countries so far, while health secretary Sajid Javid implements new mask mandates and isolation measures. However, the concern continues, with the UK among the countries with the highest number…

Elon Musk claims that Indian talent benefits the United States. After succeeding Jack Dorsey as Twitter’s new CEO, Parag Agrawal has made headlines in his home country of India. Twitter has over 30 million users in India. On his personal Twitter account, Dorsey announced his departure on Monday. In his statement, he also stated that Agrawal is his replacement. The new Twitter CEO also issued a statement on his personal account. Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded to a tweet listing tech companies led by CEOs of Indian descent by saying that Indian talent benefits the US. In India, Parag Agrawal…

Keir Starmer ‘kept Angela Rayner out of the loop’ as Labour Party difficulties surfaced. It has been stated that KEIR STARMER’s reshuffle of his frontbench MPs has produced “a bit of an issue” for the Labour Party. Deputy leader Angela Rayner answered concerns regarding the Labour Party’s future during a news conference with BBC journalists yesterday morning. “I have been concentrating on the job that I’m doing at hand, and I think that’s extremely important, you know,” she responded when asked if she was aware of the new Labour reorganization. It was later revealed that Ms Rayner was aware of…