Raye is stepping into Saturday’s event at the O2 Arena with the most nominations of an artist in one year after receiving seven nods.
The self-proclaimed ‘geriatric starlet’ died on Friday.
Mohit Bakaya was appointed controller of Radio 4 in 2019.
The Prime Minister’s speech features among a variety of stories on the front pages of Saturday’s newspapers.
Mr Sunak, in a message aimed at those taking part in pro-Palestine protests, urged people to reject extremist messages.
The Defence Secretary is said to have told Jeremy Hunt that such a move in the Budget would ‘resonate with our allies and adversaries’.
The statement, made to the independent School Teachers’ Review Body, has been labelled ‘deeply concerning’ by a union.
The newly elected Rochdale MP said Rishi Sunak was playing a ‘dangerous game’ with his address on extremism in Britain.
Peta campaigners walked the runway alongside the models while holding up signs saying ‘viva vegan leather’.
Further local protests are planned for this weekend before another national march takes place in central London on March 9.
The Prime Minister said officers will have the Government’s backing when they take actions at demonstrations.
Israeli troops opened fire as crowds rushed to get items from an aid convoy in Gaza City on Thursday, witnesses said.
The health service has been beset by strikes for more than a year.
Officers had been chasing the moped after it failed to stop in the Clapham area just before 5pm on Friday, the Metropolitan Police said.
In an address to the nation, the Prime Minister said there had been a ‘shocking increase in extremist disruption and criminality’.
The US-based company said staff will be the first to know which stores are closing.
The Scottish Government has confirmed that the First Minister and Angela Constance will meet with Margaret Caldwell next week.
The President was admitted to St James’s Hospital on Thursday after feeling unwell.
Vladimir Kara-Murza was jailed for 25 years for opposing Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Inverclyde councillors had voted for an 8.2% rise in council this year followed by 6% next year.
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