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Legendary Vanwall name reborn with continuation model announcement

© Motor1.com Copyright Legendary Vanwall name reborn with continuation model announcementFive Grand Prix replicas will be offered for sale.Vanwall Group, the modern day incarnation of the legendary Formula 1 team, is reviving the name for a run of six new continuation cars to celebrate Vanwall's six F1 wins in 1958.© Motor1.com UK Legendary Vanwall name reborn with continuation model announcementEach will be built by historic racing and vehicle restoration experts Hall and Hall in Lincolnshire, England, and will be powered by a bespoke 270 bhp, 2.5-litre engine.© Motor1.com UK Legendary Vanwall name reborn with continuation model announcement© Motor1.com UK Legendary Vanwall name reborn with continuation model announcement"The Vanwall name is too important to consign to history," said Vanwall Group Managing director Iain Sanderson.Faithfully recreating the iconic 1958 championship winning car with six 100 percent accurate and authentic continuation cars is a fitting tribute to their historic success.

Celtic fans hit back at calls for Bain to replace Barkas

© Pool/Getty Images Sport Celtic v Hamilton Academical - Ladbrokes Scottish PremiershipVasilios Barkas had an afternoon to forget against Rangers on Saturday in the Glasgow derby.However, the 26-year-old has received the backing from several Celtic supporters after his place in the side came into question.Barkas, who joined from AEK Athens back in July, has featured in all but one of the Hoops’ first 10 league games, with Scott Bain starting against Hamilton on the opening weekend.Celtic Down Under shared this tweet regarding the two shot-stoppers, asking their followers if Barkas should be dropped for Bain after seeing a lot of talk regarding the pair.Seeing a lot of talk about Barkas being dropped for Bain.

Picture books for children – reviews

Mum breaks her glasses, Dad spills coffee over his work, and everything is unsettling at nursery for poor Baby Bear.“‘How was work?’ asked Mr Bear… ‘Not brilliant,’ said Mrs Bear.” But, returning home, they all get cosy on the sofa with pizza.Both Julia Donaldson and Rob Biddulph trust in dogs to spread joy this season.Just as colourful and charming is Dog Gone (HarperCollins) from Rob Biddulph.• To order any of these books for a special price, click on the titles or go to guardianbookshop.com.

First Minister of Wales: Lockdown designed deliberately to be 'short but very sharp'

First Minister of Wales: Lockdown designed deliberately to be 'short but very sharp'Duration: 00:55First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has insisted that the “firebreak” lockdown in Wales will end on November 9 and is designed deliberately to be “short but very sharp”.He told BBC Breakfast that the effects of the lockdown, which begins at 6pm on Friday, will not be seen within the two-week period but after it.

Man, 30, dies of 'silent killer' cancer nine months after slight shoulder pain

But earlier this month medics told his devoted mum Diane Whinn there was nothing more they could do.© handout David was a popular character in the school where he worked and with his YouTube channel"He made montage videos of DC and Marvel stuff for YouTube.But as the weeks wore on David began to feel more unwell, and at the end of February Diane urged her son to see a doctor.© Newcastle Chronicle Mum Diane holding a picture of her alongside her son"That was the middle of March," Diane explained.© handout David thought his shoulder pain was from an arm wrestleIn a post on his channel he wrote: "My health has took a turn for the worse.

"CCTV released and £20,000 reward announced in Brent shooting investigation"

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Pentagon reiterates that troops have no role in US election – that includes vets at polls

Army Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has been emphatic: Troops have no role in elections.A private security firm has been recruiting former special operations troops to patrol polling sites on election day in Minnesota, the Washington Post has reported.There's no need or justification for vigilante security challenging voters at polling places, he said.Federal law prohibits the deployment of federal troops or law enforcement agents to polling places, according to the non-partisan Brennan Center for Justice.Election officials are enforcing buffer zones that prohibit electioneering within a certain distance of polling places, depending on the state, and reassuring voters.

Love Island's Molly Smith showcases her incredible figure in a hot pink thong bikini

And Molly Smith put on a defiant display as she showcased her incredible figure in a hot pink thong bikini on Instagram on Monday.The Love Island star, 26, flaunted her washboard abs in the tiny-two piece, before sharing a snap of her gym-honed physique in white sporty lingerie.Sizzling display: Molly Smith showcased her incredible figure in a hot pink thong bikini on Instagram on MondayMolly showed off her ample cleavage in the triangle halterneck bikini top which was embellished with silver gems.I'd never been on a train, but since Love Island I'd been on trains back and forth.'Molly shared a couple of pictures of her body on social media alongside her post which was entitled: 'Body shaming.'

NHS COVID-19 APP: Everything YOU need to know about how, when and where it works

We reveal everything you need to know about th NHS Covid-19 appIn England and Wales, more than 16 million people – 43 per cent of smartphone users – have downloaded the NHS Covid-19 app.He answers the important technical questions about the NHS Covid-19 app.Each person who downloads the app has the potential to stop it spreading to another.’How successful has digital contact tracing been in other countries?‘Don’t worry, important messages from the NHS Covid-19 app will always be visible to you when you open the app.‘The app doesn’t use GPS – it won’t know where you’ve been or who with.

Rachel Riley is left blushing as contestant comes up with another VERY cheeky word

The Countdown board is often subject to a cheeky word or two.And the show's word and maths whizz Rachel Riley was one again left blushing on Monday as comedian Shappi Khorsandi, 47, came up with the word orgasmed.The Oxford-educated Strictly star, 34, stifled a giggle as Shappi gathered the word shortly after causing another ruckus with the word 'blowie'.She managed to keep her composure as she spelled out the cheeky word on the board.Playful: The Oxford-educated Strictly star, 34, stifled a giggle as Shappi gathered the word shortly after causing another ruckus with the word 'blowie'Not another!