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Shadow Foreign Secretary: We're 'stuck with no way forward' on Brexit deal

Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry has said the the only way forward with Brexit is to give the public a referendum.

The Labour MP says the government 'aren't getting anywhere' with current negotiations, and insists the public should have a say.

She told Piers and Susanna: "We have been trying to leave in a proper way that looks after the economy but we have got ourselves completely stuck, we have got a government that doesn't listen, that won't change what it is that they want. We're just stuck and we can't move on any further."

Nicola Sturgeon 'confident' Scotland could join the EU

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon is urging remainers to vote for her party in the EU elections, even if they're against Scottish independence. Ms Sturgeon said she would still push for a second Scottish independence referendum even if the UK ends up remaining inside the European Union.

The First Minister of Scotland joined us on Good Morning Britain and said she was more sure than ever that an independent Scotland would be welcomed with open arms into the EU.

Speaking to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid ahead of the European Elections, she confessed: “I’m more confident than I’ve ever been, and I was pretty confident in 2014, that Scotland would be welcomed with open arms by the EU. If you look at the 27 member states of the EU, about a dozen of them are countries of similar size to or smaller than Scotland. So, it’s perfectly normal to be a small independent country in the EU.”

F1 legend Niki Lauda dies aged 70

Niki Lauda passed away on Monday his family confirmed.

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Formula 1 legend Niki Lauda has passed away after suffering kidney problems.

The three-time world champion, went on to win two of his titles after a horrific crash left him with serious burns.

The Austria Press Agency reported Lauda's family confirmed in a statement that he "passed away peacefully" on Monday.

Walter Klepetko, a doctor who carried out a lung transplant on Lauda in 2018, also confirmed the death on Tuesday adding: "Niki Lauda has died. I have to confirm that."

Since news broke of his passing, Formula 1 racing team McLaren said they were "deeply saddened" by his death in a post on Twitter.

Mike Tindall says Whatsapp group with Harry and Meghan helps royals plan playdates

Mike Tindall says he hasn't had the chance to meet Baby Archie just yet.

Mike Tindall has confirmed he and wife Zara are part of a WhatsApp group with younger members of the royal family which helps them to organise events and decide whether they should bring the kids.

It was reported that Prince Harry and Meghan informed their family members about the birth of their first son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, through the group which also includes Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge.

Speaking to Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard, Mike revealed: "It's just so when you do try and set up something and get together, or if we are going to something that's the same - or if you are gonna go, are you gonna take the kids?"

WATCH: Elton John delivers 'tearful' duet with Taron Egerton at Rocketman premiere

Elton John and Taron Egerton teamed up for a duet at Cannes Film Festival

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Sir Elton John teamed up with the Taron to sing the movie's title hit.

Sir Elton John performed a passionate duet with Taron Egerton at the premiere of Rocketman at Cannes Film Festival on Thursday night.

The singer-songwriter and the 29-year-old actor, who plays him, sang an emotional rendition of the movie's title song, after revealing he was 'moved to tears' by the audience's standing ovation to the biopic movie.

Elton took to the piano while Taron took the lead on the microphone, and the pair sang together before hugging each other on stage.

Diners luck out when waiter serves £4,500 bottle of red wine by mistake

The Hawksmoor staff member was left mortified by the error

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Two diners at Hawksmoor in Manchester were in luck when a waiter served them a vintage wine 17 times the price of the bottle they ordered.

The upscale steak restaurant in Manchester took to Twitter to say they hoped the two diners had enjoyed their evening after being served a pricey bottle of 2001 Chateau le Pin Pomerol.

The diners had originally ordered £260 Bordeaux but received the bottle "of the same vintage" which comes with a hefty price tag of £4,500.

A spokesman for the restaurant said it was only after the bottle had already been opened, that they realised the mistake had been made.

Understandably, the member of staff who made the error was left "mortified" but the restaurant took the blunder in good spirits - urging him to "keep his chin up" before dismissing it as a "one-off mistake".