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    FROM Adele’s divorce album to actress Alice Evans’s public shaming of estranged husband Ioan Gruffudd, the fallout from showbiz break-ups takes on many different – and dramatic – forms. While it may look like the rich and famous have it all, they go through the same painful stages of separation as everyone else. 6As it's revealed Louise Redknapp regrets her split and Kim Kardashian's ex Kanye won't let go…we tell you how to move on from a break-up But how do you get through a break-up without breaking down? Relationship expert Kate Taylor tells Katy Docherty what she’d advise. Regretting the split: Louise Redknapp 6Louise used the confidence she gained while competing on 2016’s Strictly Come Dancing to waltz out of her marriage to football ­legend JamieCredit: Getty TIRED of being a stay-at-home mum-of-two, Louise used the confidence she gained while competing on 2016’s Strictly Come Dancing to waltz out of her marriage to football ­legend Jamie. But the former girlband star has since admitted she regrets leaving. Louise, 47, inset with Jamie before their 2017 split, said: “I should...
    SERENA and Venus Williams' half-sister has ridiculed the new Hollywood biopic 'King Richard' - starring Will Smith - saying it completely omits their dad's first family, whom he cruelly abandoned. Sabrina Williams, who works as a hospice chaplain, says that actor Smith should be "ashamed of himself" for starring in the movie, which ignores almost the first half of his life.  7Serena and Venus' father Richard is being portrayed in a new movie starring Will SmithCredit: Getty Images - Getty 7Her half sister Sabrina Williams has slammed the film, calling it 'a comedy'Credit: These photos are the www.thisischriswhite.com and cannot be reprinted unless authorised to In an exclusive interview with The Sun, she also says she doesn't think she'll ever see her estranged father again and wouldn't attend his funeral. She says: "I don’t think I’ll see him alive. I've even buried my dad in my head because I know I won't be able to attend his funeral. "That's just not going to be an option, they’re not going to let me, they won't even tell me....
    A FOOD fan has revealed how to bag a bargain food haul for just £2.59 from Greggs and we can’t believe the amount of food they got. The haul included sandwiches, pasta bowls, doughnuts and more.  2Foodie fans are going wild for the Too Good To Go app and Greggs have proved very popular with app usersCredit: TikTok/@southeastfoodies TikTok user ‘southeastfoodies’ shared the Too Good To Go bargain food haul. The foodie used the app Too Good To Go which connects hungry Brits with food chains and supermarkets with leftover food that would otherwise be thrown away, in a bid to curb food waste. With Too Good To Go, shoppers can buy food at a discounted price, making sweet savings. You pay through the app and get given a slot before closing time to go and pick it up. This haul was posted to TikTok with the caption “Biggest one yet!! This all cost £2.59.”  The Tiktok user said: “I spent £2.59 on a magic bag at Greggs. Most read in LifestyleDUCHESS DONE Royal title could prevent Presidency attempt as...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not be returning to the UK for Christmas despite being invited to join the rest of the royal family at Sandringham, sources have claimed.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently living in a $14million mansion in California, are also expected to miss the Queen's annual Christmas lunch for her extended family, which is usually held at Buckingham Palace.  The lunch is expected to be held at Windsor Castle this year, as the Queen continues to recuperate from a bad back which forced her to miss the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph.  It's thought that Harry and Meghan turned down the invite because they want to avoid the media coverage that would follow a visit to the UK.  A royal source told Page Six: 'There's a lot that goes into the logistics and the planning of the family Christmas, so of course, staff know that Harry and Meghan are not coming. If they were, they would have communicated it to their family by now. 'But this is Her Majesty's first Christmas without...
    A man from Seagrove Beach, Florida, on the state's panhandle, is facing off with county code enforcement officials who have told him he must remove banners hanging at his home that read "Let's Go Brandon" and "Trump Won" respectively and are fining him $50 for each day those banners are left up, reports Flordia news outlet WFLA. The Florida man is Marvin Peavy, and he believes that being forced to remove his banners is a violation of his freedom of speech, according to WFLA. Peavy was told to remove his banners during a code enforcement hearing last month where officials determined the displays violated the county’s land development code, reported WFLA.  “I’m here on the beach, and I got a lot of traffic, and people needed to see what I believe in," said Peavy, according to WFLA. "That’s free speech, and I wanted everyone to know that I’m a Republican and I’m supporting Donald TrumpDonald TrumpMcAuliffe, Youngkin hold final campaign rallies ahead of tight Virginia governor's race Poll: 50 percent of Republicans don't believe their vote will be counted accurately Overnight Defense & National Security — Sparring over sub...
    A Florida man is facing backlash and daily fines after he hung roughly three-story-tall banners reading "Trump Won" and "Let's Go Brandon." Marvin Peavy is being fined $50 a day because his display violates the county's land development code, according to a report . "I'm here on the beach, and I got a lot of traffic, and people needed to see what I believe in," Peavy said. "That's free speech, and I wanted everyone to know that I'm a Republican and I'm supporting Donald Trump." 'LET'S GO BRANDON' CHANT HITS THE STREETS The code is meant to preserve the visual aesthetics of the community and the local beach, but Peavy said the daily fines are a violation of his free speech . Some officials have echoed his sentiment. "People admire people that stand up, and we have got to start standing up," said Chairman of the Walton County Republican Executive Committee Bill Fletcher, referring to Peavy. "He is the epitome of somebody who will stand up for his First Amendment right." "I'm...
    A fit and healthy athlete has revealed how a 'mild' case of coronavirus left him struggling to walk and shared the painful symptoms he still battles to this day.  Will Smith, 24, contracted the virus in March last year when he returned to Victoria after completing his studies at a college in Boston.  The talented athlete revealed he continues to battle symptoms of long Covid almost 19 months after recovering from a 'mild' case of the virus.  'The initial illness was incredibly frightening,' Mr Smith told reporters at Victoria's daily Covid press conference on Tuesday. 
    Mortuary workers remove an unidentified body from a freezer container in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Workers like these have been hard-pressed to process all the dead bodies from the pandemic. ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AFP via Getty Images Sri Lanka has said it won't impose lockdown restrictions despite rising COVID cases and deaths. Curfews and a lockdown are a "last resort" for the nation, said an official. Daily COVID-related deaths have more than doubled in the last few weeks, surging to 118 on Tuesday. 10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Sri Lanka's government is holding off on lockdown restrictions, it said Tuesday, even as the country's COVID cases and deaths surge and its morgues struggle to clear a backlog of corpses. Instead, the nation is pushing forward in its goal to vaccinate everyone below the age of 18 by September, said Government...
    All I wanted was to hug her on her birthday, look into her blue eyes and tell her that nothing in my life has been as precious as being her mum. But when our daughter turned 21 on Friday, none of us could be with her – not me, not her sister, not her dad. More than 20 months since Covid-19 first reached us here in Australia, we are more restricted than ever. Nearly two thirds of the country is in lockdown, our lives and livelihoods in jeopardy and our tempers fraying. So we watched our daughter – at university three hours away in Canberra – open her presents via Zoom. Technology may be helpful but it's no way to mark a milestone birthday. She cried as she read a letter from her Nana in New Zealand. 'When will I see you?' she said quietly to herself. Sadly, none of us can say. When our daughter turned 21 on Friday, none of us could be with her – not me, not her sister, not her dad. (Pictured, Angela Mollard...
    OJ Simpson is avoiding Los Angeles because he has a chance of running into Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman's "real" killer, the former football running back claims. Simpson — who was acquitted of the vicious stabbing murders of Brown and Goldman — recently admitted in an interview the reason why he doesn't go to LA. 5Simpson was acquitted of two vicious stabbing murdersCredit: Getty 5OJ Simpson married Nicole Brown five years after retiring from the sport in 1985Credit: Getty - Contributor 5On June 13, 1994, Nicole Brown and a friend, Ronald Goldman, pictured, were found deadCredit: Reuters Speaking to TheAthletic.com, Simpson admitted he has "trouble with LA" He told Tim Graham: "People may think this is self-serving, but I might be sitting next to whoever did it. I really don’t know who did this." Simpson explained that his legal problems, which he dubbed "the L.A. thing," has led some people to "wrongfully believe something." And that hasn't stopped Simpson from moving on, he told the news outlet. "I still think I’m a good guy. I didn’t let it change...
    Embattled New York Governor Andrew Cuomo could face an impeachment trial led by his own party's majority government 'as soon as late September or early October,' according to recent reports - a move which only happened once in New York history. Top lawmakers including Joe Biden have called for the governor's resignation after state Attorney General Letitia James revealed the findings of a bombshell sexual harassment report that detailed 11 women's claims against him and accusations he bred a 'hostile' workplace. Some of those allegations were not previously known, like a state trooper and an executive assistant who says he groped her breast at the governor's mansion in Albany in November 2020.  Cuomo denied the allegations in a 14-minute long statement after AG Letitia James's press conference But after Cuomo denied the allegations in a public message, the New York State Assembly's top Democrat announced he lost the party's support.  'It is abundantly clear to me that the Governor has lost the confidence of the Assembly Democratic majority and that he can no longer remain in office,' Assembly Speaker Carl...
    08/03/2021 at 3:40 AM CEST EP / Madrid Spanish canoeists Teresa Portela, at K1 200, and Cayetano García and Pablo Martínez, in C2 1,000 meters, obtained this Tuesday two tickets to their respective endings at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, to be played at 4.37 a.m. (peninsular time). Portela, who is competing in her sixth Games, returned to the good feelings of the previous day in her series and advanced to the final with fourth place in the first semifinal. The Galician, against four medalists of the 2019 World Cup, signed a time of 38,858. The Spaniard, at 39, was just under a second behind Lisa Carrington from New Zealand, who won a semi-final face with olympic record. Cayetano García and Pablo Martínez did not have it so complicated a priori, despite the fact that their semifinal was very fast, since four of the five participants advanced. The young Andalusian duo had to grit their teeth in the last few meters, as the Ukrainian C-2 launched their comeback to try to be fourth. With a hard...
    Donald Trump sent an angry statement Tuesday demanding Americans 'don't go back' to wearing masks after new guidance said even vaccinated individuals should return to wearing face coverings in COVID hotspots. 'We won't go back,' the former president insisted. 'We won't mask our children.' He added that 'Joe Biden and his Administration learned nothing from the last year. Brave Americans learned how to safely and responsibly live and fight back.' 'Don't surrender to COVID,' Trump added. 'Don't go back!' 'Why do Democrats distrust the science? Don't let this happen to our children or our Country.' The new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation on Tuesday comes as the case rate has spiked across the country, including breakthrough cases in vaccinated people, as the highly contagious Delta variant makes its mark on the U.S. It is a reversal of the CDC decision on May 13, which stated fully vaccinated people were safe to unmask indoors in a majority of situations. Donald Trump urged people not to follow the update CDC recommendation urging vaccinated people to go back to masking...
    Donald Trump claimed he only wanted the 'loving crowd' at his January 6 rally to 'show' but not 'go in' to the Capitol and insisted he would have won the election with 'better judges', in an audio recording of an interview back in March.   The former president told Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker 'there was a lot of love' at his rally moments before rioters stormed the Capitol building in a violent insurrection that left five dead. He claimed the mob was 'ushered in' to the Capitol by police officers who were 'hugging and kissing' them - before he appeared to slip and admit 'it was violent.'  Trump made the comments in an interview with Leonnig and Rucker at his Mar-a-Lago estate on March 31 for their new book I Alone Can Fix It.    The clip was released on CNN Wednesday night, with host Anderson Cooper saying it was 'like listening to Nixon drunk, rambling, except he's not drunk.'   Donald Trump claimed he only wanted the 'loving crowd' at his January 6 rally to 'show' but...
    Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro leaves Alvorada Palace, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Brasilia, Brazil, April 20, 2020. Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is in the hospital with chronic hiccups and stomach pain.  The far-right leader has had trouble public speaking in recent days. The hiccups could be related to a hernia, medication, surgeries after a stabbing, or something else. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is in the hospital after an unending bout of hiccups has left him with abdominal pain.  Bolsonaro, who's had hiccups for more than 10 days, will be monitored and tested for up to 48 hours, though he may not stay in the hospital that whole time, a representative said, according to CNN. His administration said he's in good spirits, the Guardian reported.  The hospitalization is the latest health issue for the far-right leader, who over the past few years has been stabbed, contracted COVID-19, and, most recently, had difficulty speaking in public.  Bolsonaro's shaky healthBolsonaro's unrelenting hiccups have interrupted recent public appearances. On social media last...
    The Tokyo Olympics haven't even started yet, but we already have a clear Gold-medal favourite in the Attention-Seeking Brat race. I had assumed that Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka might win this, after her fit of indignation at the French Open tournament in which she was outraged by the thought journalists might ask her any negative questions. As Boris Becker, who won Wimbledon aged just 17, six years younger than Osaka, said this week: 'Is that really pressure? Isn't it pressure when you don't have food on the table? When you've got to feed your family and you don't have a job? When you have a life-changing injury? Isn't that more pressure? You're 23, you're healthy, you're wealthy, your family is good. Where is the f***ing pressure?' Of course, having blamed her ridiculous behaviour on the grounds of mental health – the go-to excuse for so many high-profile people these days when they do something dumb – Osaka's made a miraculous recovery from her self-induced trauma in time to take part in her country's biggest ever sporting event. I confidently...
    Britney Spears appeared in court Wednesday to fight to end her 13-year conservatorship, and revealed she has an IUD in her body they won’t let her remove. “I have an IUD in my body right now that won’t let me have a baby, and my conservators won’t let me go to the doctor to take it out,” the 39-year-old pop singer told the court, Vice News reported. (RELATED: Britney Spears’ Social Media Manager Says The Star ‘Creates Her Own Posts’ After She Shares Bizarre Videos) BREAKING: Britney Spears just told the world how bad her conservatorship really is https://t.co/DZVpCWCcwn — VICE News (@VICENews) June 23, 2021 “It is my wish and dream for all of this to end,” she added. “I want my life back. After I’ve told the whole world I’m OK, it’s a lie.” (RELATED: Britney Spears’ Fans Not Convinced New Video Update Is Actually Recent) “I’m not happy, I can’t sleep, I’m depressed, I cry every day,” Spears continued. “I truly believe this conservatorship is abusive. My request is to end the conservatorship without being evaluated like before.”...
    More On: kamala harris VP Harris arrives in Central America to address ‘corruption’ amid border crisis VP Harris’ plane safely returns to air base after technical issue Biden, Harris stepping onto the world stage for first foreign trips Run away! Ted Cruz mocks Harris with Monty Python clip over border leadership Vice President Kamala Harris was greeted Monday by a group of protesters in Guatemala telling her “Trump won” and “go home.” The rally was visible to Harris’ motorcade as she arrived to meet with Guatemala President Alejandro Giammattei on curbing illegal migration. “Kamala, Trump won,” read a large sign near the Central American country’s presidential palace. “Kamala, Mind Your own Business,” another sign said, according to a pool report. Images posted to Twitter show other signs, including one that says to President Biden’s migration czar: “Kamala, Go Home.” Another large sign set up by activists features a doctored photo of a pregnant Harris. The poster says, “Guatemala is pro-life #momalahelpme.” Harris does not have biological children. Vice President Kamala Harris was met with signs telling her...
    This is a reminder for those of us celebrating our new freedoms. Many of our neighbors remain in crisis, even as masks and COVID-19 case numbers come down. In Los Angeles County, far more people are experiencing food insecurity than before the pandemic. Even before COVID shut down California, too many of us — largely because of our sky-high housing costs — had too little left over after paying rent to put food on the table without government assistance, food banks and neighborhood food pantries. And then came the furloughs and the layoffs as businesses temporarily shuttered or closed for good. People lost their jobs or got sick or had sick loved ones. They racked up enormous debts — maxing out credit cards and deferring rent and mortgage payments and falling into deeper and deeper holes. Since the pandemic began, the number of people receiving food each month from the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has tripled, from 300,000 to more than 900,000. That number hasn’t gone down, though the amount of food distributed has dropped slightly from the...
    This is the dramatic moment a turtle takes a bite out of his owner's arm as she makes a video about her beloved reptile.  Mary Pauline Pineda said she had just finished cleaning the turtle pond in her garden in Pampanga province, Philippines, when the incident happened on April 8. The proud owner had been demonstrating how big her favourite pet had grown for a video on Tik Tok. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Laurence Fox accuses Met Police 'thugs' of 'harassment' and... Boris Johnson paves way for an early general election in... Share this article Share In the clip Ms Pineda is seen turning the animal from one side to the other to show the camera its size when the creature suddenly becomes agitated and snaps at her.  Grabbing onto the flesh of her forearm with it's small jaws the turtle holds on for several seconds as the owner loudly screams for it to let go and shouts to her father for help. Ms Pineda said: 'I was amazed at how fast they...
    Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Stock market peak? ‘Easy money’ has been made but room for more gains One sure prediction about the stock market’s future is that it won’t be anything like the past Hiking the capital-gains tax rate won’t sink the stock market — and here’s why Former Vanguard CEO: 5 hurdles facing investors now and how to overcome them Low rates, rising yields & your money Sell in May and go away? Not so fast. These money and investing stories, popular with MarketWatch readers over the past week, can help you position your portfolio as the U.S. stock market enters its typically weaker six-month stretch — although that certainly wasn’t the case in 2020. So while it makes sense to seek out market sectors that are stronger in the summer months, it doesn’t change the fact that time in the market, and not market-timing, has been the most reliable creator of wealth. Sign up here to get MarketWatch’s best mutual funds and...
    LUKE SHAW has warned former Manchester United team-mate Chris Smalling he won't go easy on him during the Red Devils' Europa League semi-final against Roma. The left-back also said his outstanding United form is down to the return of his confidence. 3Luke Shaw is full of confidence again which is why he is playing so well for Man UtdCredit: Getty 3Shaw also issued a warning to former team-mate Chris SmallingCredit: Getty United host the Serie A side in the first-leg of the Europa League semi-final on Thursday night. Shaw is playing the best football of his career and says he is loving being out on the pitch again. The 25-year-old said: "My form has been much improved, I’m enjoying my football. I’ve got my confidence back and I’m just loving playing football again. “Personally it’s nice for me to have a good season but that doesn’t really matter if we don’t have a successful season and that is to win a trophy. “If we don’t win a trophy and I’ve still had a good season I’ll be disappointed because...
    WHERE to even start this week after the drama of the European Super League? From Arsenal announcing their intention to join on Sunday to Tuesday's withdrawal and Wednesday's weak apology... there's a lot to get your head around. 5Stan Kroenke needs to quit or offer Arsenal fans a real apology, not a cowardly statementCredit: AFP - Getty 5Fans have long protested the Kroenke regime and the ESL fiasco won't have helpedCredit: Reuters So let's start at the top. First and foremost, fans must separate Arsenal the club - with its core values and traditions - from the owners. Attacking Arsenal’s social media, run by honest, hardworking employees, who probably share your sentiments and anger is futile and unfair. The decision to join the European Super League was undeniably made by KSE (Kroenke Sports & Entertainment) and I would not be surprised if senior board members weren't even in the loop. The players and coaches certainly seemed as shocked as us fans following Sunday's announcement. KSE have let us down. Not the players, not the coaches, not the staff working tirelessly...
    THE QUEEN spoke to Boris Johnson on the phone the morning after Prince Philip died, it emerged today. She held a conversation with the PM on Saturday morning, according to an official Court Circular. ???? Read our live blog for the very latest news on Prince Philip's death... 5The Queen spoke to Boris Johnson on the phone on SaturdayCredit: PA 5Tributes have flooded in for Prince Philip, who died on Friday aged 99Credit: PA The Duke of Edinburgh died on Friday, aged 99. The revelation came after the PM said he won't attend the Prince's funeral to allow as many family members as possible to go. Mr Johnson won't be a part of the restricted group-of-30 allowed to attend the funeral in line with coronavirus restrictions, No 10 has said. The decision has been made so that the limited spaces can be taken up by grieving members of the Royal Family. And today it emerged Prince Harry has made the 5,400-mile journey back to the UK to attend the service. The Duke of Sussex was seen getting off a British...
    BRITS won't ever need a vaccine passport to go to the supermarket, hop on public transport like buses and trains, or to access public services, the Government has vowed. Ministers are considering introducing so-called Covid certificates to reopen mass events like football matches, theatre performances, and music festivals after June 21. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 7Brits won't ever need vaccine passports to access public transportCredit: Rex 7Essential shops like supermarkets won't be allowed to ask for proof of a jabCredit: Will Ireland/PinPep And they are also looking at plans which would allow pubs and restaurants to ditch damaging social distancing rules which limit their capacity if they demand proof of a jab. Under the scheme people would have to provide proof of vaccination, antibodies, or a recent negative test to enter certain venues. The controversial plans have sparked a major backlash from Tory MPs and are also facing opposition from Labour, meaning the PM faces an uphill battle to get them past parliament. Top cabinet minister Michael Gove is currently carrying out a rolling...
    Eye on Albany: What If Cuomo Just Won’t Go? At New York magazine, David Freedlander wonders what happens if Gov. Cuomo refuses to step down. Could he “hold on until next year, win a Democratic primary” and then the general election, besting his dad Mario and winning a fourth term? Cuomo staffers think the worst of the sexual-harassment allegations against him may already be public. A Siena poll out Monday showed “half of New Yorkers do not think the governor should resign.” His “favorability ratio” is “similar to what it was in February 2020, before COVID.” Yes, several “left-leaning potential contenders” have made calls about running in 2022. But “most of the conversations presume” Cuomo will not stand for reelection — and “he has given no indication that he won’t.” Conservative: Biden’s War on the Working Class President Biden may offer “himself as champion of the working class and minorities, but his policies will leave more jobless and enable Donald Trump or another populist from the right in 2024,” argues Peter Morici at The Washington Times. His stimulus checks “will...
    RHONA Goskirk and Marlon Dingle finally go public with their reunion next week in Emmerdale. The pair - who have been on and off for years in the ITV soap and share son Leo - reconnected over the New Year period. Visit our Emmerdale page for the latest gossip Find all Emmerdale spoilers here 3Rhona announces she's back with Marlon during Mandy's hen do There was some confusion when Rhona and Marlon then revealed their feelings separately to Paddy but swore him to secrecy in case they weren’t mutual. But Marlon eventually won Rhona over when he met her dressed as Stan Laurel in a nod to the black and white movie dates they used to enjoy together. As Mandy’s hen do kicks off next week, Rhona plucks up the courage to tell everyone she’s seeing Marlon.  3The girls announce they already knew When the girls laugh and tell Rhona they already knew, she’s relieved but worries about the fact they haven’t told their own children yet.  Later, Rhona and Marlon agree to sit the kids down...
    Travel nurses deal with stress, loneliness and mistrust while serving as a Covid-19 rapid deployment system Netanyahu blames Iran for boat attack, says striking back Chloe Zhao, Maria Bakalova and Rosamund Pike Heading in to Sunday night’s 78th Golden Globe Awards, it was hard to know how much, if at all, your average TV viewer was aware of the controversy that has engulfed the Hollywood Foreign Press Association during the week since the Los Angeles Timesrevealed that the Globes-dispensing journalists organization has zero Black members. But it was certainly top of mind for viewers from inside the industry, who were anxious to see how the HFPA would respond the controversy, and if its selection of winners would help or worsen its predicament. On the former count, the HFPA left plenty of room for improvement. Waiting a few segments into the show before trotting out three HFPA members — two female, two non-white — to gravely but vaguely promise to do better didn’t really move the needle. Don’t take my word for it: when the show ended, The Hollywood Reporter has...
    BORIS Johnson has extended England's lockdown for another three more weeks - and schools won't go back until March 8 at the earliest. The PM admitted today that getting kids back to class was tied to the national restrictions - and that children will not be going back after February half-term as hoped. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 6The PM revealed 6.8million people have been vaccinated now - 13% of the adult population The PM told Parliament this afternoon children would continue to learn remotely for another five weeks - and there was not yet enough data to decide when to lift the lockdown measures. He said: "At this point, we do not have enough data to judge the full effect of vaccines in blocking transmission nor the extent and speed with which the vaccines will reduce hospitalisations and deaths, nor how quickly the combination of vaccinations and the lockdown can be expected to ease the pressure on the NHS." The PM originally said the lockdown would be in place - and...
    KIM Kardashian will go for full custody of her four kids with Kanye West as the power couple call it quits in an explosive divorce, The Sun can exclusively confirm.  The reality star - who hired “disso queen”  attorney Laura Wasser - “won’t back down” when it comes to her children as their highly-publicized split turns “ugly,” an insider revealed. ???? Read our Kim Kardashian live blog for the latest very latest news, gossip and updates on her divorce from Kanye… 13Kim Kardashian will 'go for full custody of her four kids' with Kanye Credit: Instagram 13The reality star is reportedly 'done' with her rapper husband Credit: Getty Images - Getty A source close to Kim, 40, told The Sun that their divorce may seem “amicable” at first but things will “get ugly” as they battle for custody.  “Neither of them want to seem like the loser in this divorce and they both will fight hard for their kids.  “Kim has made it clear she wants full custody so if Kanye tries to fight her on that, the custody battle...
    This adorable baby orangutan refused to leave it's mother's side - clinging onto her at all costs as she swung through trees, waded through water and searched for food. The delightful duo were spotted in Tanjung Puting National Park, Borneo, and looked besotted with each other as they played together, hunted for fallen fruit and enjoyed a splash in the river.    The sweet images were caught on camera by photographer Michel Watson. The 71-year-old, from Brittany, France, was less than five metres away from the pair and said their bond was clear to see.  This adorable baby orangutan refused to leave it's mother's side and clung onto her at all costs as they waded through water. The duo are reflected in the water as they hold on to each other Looking ahead: The baby orangutan watches where it is going as it clings onto its mother in Tanjung Puting National Park, Borneo RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Brave Russian farmer strangled rampaging wolf to death with... Snake catcher's grim warning to pet...
    As the calendar turns to 2021, the NFL is experiencing pretty much what it covets. Try two division races, and five wild-card berths out of six still undecided. Not to go unnoticed, naturally, is that the league is about to finish an entire schedule on time, with a few postponements but not nearly the disruptions plaguing the other major sports organizations in 2020. The focus in Week 17 will range from coast to coast. Miami, Baltimore, Cleveland, Tennessee and Indianapolis are chasing postseason qualification in the AFC, while the Cardinals, Rams, Bears, Giants, Cowboys and Washington seek NFC spots. AFC SOUTH Both contenders for this division face NFL tailenders. The Titans have everything in their control, while the Colts need assistance. Tennessee (10-5) at Houston (4-11) “It doesn’t get any more clear than it is for us right now,” Titans quarterback Ryan Tanneill says. “We win this game, find a way to win, win the division. That’s one of the things we set out to do this year. It’s pretty clear what we need to do. We just have...
    By BARRY WILNER, AP Pro Football Writer As the calendar turns to 2021, the NFL is experiencing pretty much what it covets. Try two division races, and five wild-card berths out of six still undecided. Not to go unnoticed, naturally, is that the league is about to finish an entire schedule on time, with a few postponements but not nearly the disruptions plaguing the other major sports organizations in 2020. The focus in Week 17 will range from coast to coast. Miami, Baltimore, Cleveland, Tennessee and Indianapolis are chasing postseason qualification in the AFC, while the Cardinals, Rams, Bears, Giants, Cowboys and Washington seek NFC spots. AFC SOUTH Both contenders for this division face NFL tailenders. The Titans have everything in their control, while the Colts need assistance. Tennessee (10-5) at Houston (4-11) “It doesn’t get any more clear than it is for us right now,” Titans quarterback Ryan Tanneill says. “We win this game, find a way to win, win the division. That’s one of the things we set out to do this year. It’s pretty clear what we...
    Judge Jeanine Pirro launched an attack on Democrats and others who are telling President Donald Trump and his supporters to accept that he lost the election to Joe Biden at the top of her Fox News show on Saturday night.  Pirro's rant came hours after tens of thousands of Trump fans marched through Washington DC to show support for the president's unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.  The host listed off some of those claims and insisted that Trump has no obligation to concede until they are investigated fully.  'We'll pursue all legal avenues where there are irregularities, anomalies, illegalities and corruptions, and until the certification and the electors vote, that is not a lot to ask,' she said of herself and other Trump supporters.   'So don't you dare ask us to just accept it and move on, and don't you dare tell me I'm being un-American by questioning what even a Supreme Court justice has put a hold on. 'And don't you dare ask us to go quietly into the night.' Judge Jeanine Pirro launched an attack on Democrats...
    KARL Darlow has warned Newcastle that he's not prepared to go back to being the club's reserve keeper. Darlow, 30, has been the Magpies first choice this season since the absence of Martin Dúbravka, who has been out of action due to a heel injury. 1Darlow has been impressive for Newcastle in goal this seasonCredit: Getty Images - Getty He is relishing the opportunity after being frozen out of the first team by Dúbravka for the past few seasons. Darlow is well aware of the fight he'll have to keep his place in the side when Dúbravka returns but has said he's not willing to play second fiddle again. Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: "This is an opportunity for me to show what I can do and, after that, it’s a decision that will be taken out of my hands. "As long as I know I have done as much as I can do then that’s OK. But I couldn’t resign myself to being No 2 again. "The ambition is inside me and I have the confidence in...
    LeBron James is not about to go tit-for-tat with President Trump. James, who indirectly referred to Trump as “u bum” in a 2017 tweet when the president disinvited the Golden State Warriors to the White House, told The New York Times on Wednesday he wouldn’t entertain a back-and-forth with him. TRUMP, BRETT FAVRE TALK SPORTS AND POLITICS: 'LET POLITICS REMAIN SEPARATE,' PRESIDENT SAYS The four-time NBA champion, who won his latest with the Los Angeles Lakers, was asked how he defined success during the 2020 general election, and whether a measure of success would be Trump’s defeat. “I define success by our people going out and voting,” he told the newspaper. “You know, there’s so many stats out there, you can see it every time. Who didn’t vote? What counties didn’t vote? What communities didn’t vote? And a lot of that has had to do with our Black people. So, hopefully, we can get them out and educated and let them understand how important this moment is." UFC STAR COLBY COVINGTON RIPS INTO LEBRON JAMES, SARCASTICALLY CONGRATULATES STAR ON NBA TITLE...
    LeBron James is a social justice advocate who cares passionately about the issues confronting the black community, and America. That is, unless he has an opportunity to speak to the man who could actually do something about the issues he cares so passionately about. Then he just doesn’t want to talk. In an interview with the New York Times, James was asked about his “More Than a Vote” campaign to increase turnout in black communities and how that might impact his interactions with President Trump. James was clear, that he “damn sure won’t go back and forth with that guy.” “I don’t go back and forth with anybody,” James said. “And I damn sure won’t go back and forth with that guy. But we want better, we want change in our community. We always talk about, ‘We want change,’ and now we have the opportunity to do that.” The comment is a bizarre one for James. Yes, he tends to not go “back and forth” with anyone. Though, Trump is obviously not just “anyone.” He’s the most powerful man in...
    Democrat Joe Biden said he hoped it was more about the campaign he ran than the country overall if he loses the November presidential election to President Donald Trump.  'Well, could say I'm a lousy candidate and I didn't do a job,' Biden said when asked how he would interpret a loss. 'But I think, I hope, that it doesn't say that we are racially, ethnically and religiously at odds with one another as it appears the president wants us to be.'    Biden said he'd go back to being a college professor, though told a voter at his Philadelphia ABC News town hall that he wouldn't likely be able to have much influence on a Trump second term.  Democratic nominee Joe Biden said that if he loses to President Donald Trump it might indicate that he was a 'lousy candidate'  Joe Biden (left) participating in a town hall with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos (right) said he thought it would be 'very hard' to have any influence on a Trump second term if he loses  Joe Biden participated...
    DELE ALLI is set to stay at Tottenham with Jose Mourinho unwilling to let the forward join Paris Saint-Germain. England star Dele, 24, has been the subject of two loan bids from the Ligue 1 champions. 1Spurs will reject any approach from PSG to sign Dele AlliCredit: EPA The second was worth £3.5million and a third attempt to prise him from North London could be incoming today. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   But Spurs have no intention of letting him leave - despite falling out of favour with Jose Mourinho. Dele has played just 65 minutes of Tottenham's first two Premier League games of the season. He was subbed off at half-time of the 1-0 defeat to Everton and came on with 20 minutes left of the 6-1 thrashing of Manchester United yesterday. Mourinho labelled Dele a "f***ing lazy guy" in an episode of Amazon's All or Nothing documentary series on the club. PSG, looking to take advantage, had an initial loan offer of £1.5m rejected by Spurs. And the second attempt was...
    There once was a time when the far left pretended that it was deeply offended by money being involved in politics. They still spent millions to win elections, with Democrat presidential candidates regularly outspending their Republican opponents. The last time a Republican candidate for President outspent his rival was in 2000. But failed presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is putting the final nail in the coffin of the lie that Democrats are opposed to money in politics. Bloomberg is worth billions, and we now know he will throw good money after bad in order to be perceived as a major Democrat player. Although he was successful when he spent record amounts of money to buy three terms as New York City mayor—the third term requiring a brief suspension of NYC’s term limits—and he has claimed he “bought” Democrats a majority in Congress in 2018, his financial acumen doesn’t appear to work well on the national stage. When he decided the Democrat nomination for president should be for sale, he burned through more than a billion dollars in roughly three months in one of the worst political...
    LUIS SUAREZ has revealed he was told to 'watch out' for Lionel Messi when he joined Barcelona - only to become best friends with the Argentinian. Suarez hosted a tearful press conference today where he officially announced he was joining LaLiga rivals Atletico Madrid. 3Luis Suarez has revealed he was 'warned' about Lionel Messi when he joined BarcelonaCredit: Reuters 3Luis Suarez was emotional during his Barca leaving press conferenceCredit: Barcelona FC It is believed the fee for the 33-year-old striker is around £3.7m, with Suarez taking a 60 per cent wage cut from £405,000 to £160,000 a week. That means Messi is the final part of the MSN jigsaw - with Neymar having joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2017. Suarez joined Barcelona for £75m from Liverpool in 2014 and went on to enjoy an illustrious career at the Nou Camp. TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   But the 33-year-old has revealed he was warned about the man who turned into his best mate. Speaking at the presser, Suarez said: "Many people tell you about Messi...
    3 people arrested in Oregon accused of setting up illegal roadblocks 15 Walmart Hacks That Take Full Advantage of Their Deals Giannis Antetokounmpo reportedly won his second MVP and NBA fans couldnt believe it didnt go to LeBron James Giannis Antetokounmpo just won his second consecutive NBA MVP award at just 25 years old, according to a report from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. © Provided by For The Win He’s officially one of three players to win both Defensive Player of the Year and the MVP awards in the same season. The other two? Michael Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon. That’s pretty great company to be in. He’s a pretty convincing MVP, if there ever was one. The historically good numbers bear it out. But even with that being the case, all NBA fans are doing is arguing about whether he deserved it. Some are saying Antetokounmpo doesn’t deserve it because he got sent home in the second round of the playoffs despite MVP being an award based on regular season performance. Others are saying that this should be LeBron James’...
    A DAD who won Who Wants To Be A Millionaire didn't tell his daughter he scooped the £1million jackpot - and is set to go into work tomorrow. Donald Fear, who became the sixth person to win the ITV jackpot said it was “very difficult” to keep it a secret after filming the episode in July. 6Donald became the sixth person to win the £1million jackpot last weekCredit: PA:Press Association 6The dad-of-four smashed his way through the quiz using just one lifelineCredit: PA:Press Association 6He will return to the school he teaches at tomorrrowCredit: CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA Donald - a history and politics teacher from Telford, Shropshire - showed no fear as he went all the way to £1million - using just one of his lifelines. He also managed to keep the news from his daughter - letting her and the majority of his family find out as they watched the show on Friday. Donald's wife Deborah said: “Some of the family found out on the day because some are living in the house, but one of our...
    Last week, in a riveting extract from a major forthcoming biography, this newspaper revealed the Duke of Edinburgh's frank and uncompromising opinions about the black sheep of the Royal Family.  Now, in the second exclusive instalment, the book's impeccably well-connected author gives her unrivalled insight into the tales of infidelity that the Prince just can't shake off. When Prince Philip found out that his young wife had become Queen, his reaction was one which those closest to him would never forget.  'He looked absolutely flattened, as if the whole world had collapsed in on in him,' recalled his friend Mike Parker, who had been in the Kenyan bush with the Royal couple when the news of George VI's unexpected death reached them.  'He saw immediately that the idyll of his life and of their life together had come to an end.' 'He put a newspaper over his face and just remained like that for about five minutes,' remembered Pamela Mountbatten, Elizabeth's lady-in-waiting.  'The shock of what had happened and the enormity of the consequences briefly disconnected him.' Prince Philip...
    They have paid the money back. They are now “financially independent,” as they stated they wanted to be. But do not expect the media—the British tabloid media to be specific—to grant Prince Harry and Meghan Markle peace. It does not matter that Harry and Meghan have now officially repaid the $3.1 million of public money (£2.4 million) used to renovate their British residence, Frogmore Cottage. People reported Tuesday that the couple are also not relying on any financial assistance from Harry’s dad, Prince Charles, who had not—as had been supposed—funded security costs but had been helping the couple “with some ongoing living costs.” A spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said in a statement, "A contribution has been made to the Sovereign Grant by The Duke of Sussex. This contribution as originally offered by Prince Harry has fully covered the necessary renovation costs of Frogmore Cottage, a property of Her Majesty The Queen, and will remain the UK residence of The Duke and his family.”
    President Donald Trump tweeted to his followers Thursday that they should sign and send in mail ballots 'as EARLY as possible' – then go to polling places on Election Day to make sure it was received.  His pitch, made in a series of linked tweets, came a day after he told supporters in North Carolina to vote twice, once by mail and then in person as a way to see if the system is working.  'Based on the massive number of Unsolicited & Solicited Ballots that will be sent to potential Voters for the upcoming 2020 Election, & in order for you to MAKE SURE YOUR VOTE COUNTS & IS COUNTED, SIGN & MAIL IN your Ballot as EARLY as possible,' Trump wrote. 'On Election Day, or Early Voting,' he continued, 'go to your Polling Place to see whether or not your Mail In Vote has been Tabulated (Counted). If it has you will not be able to Vote & the Mail In System worked properly. If it has not been Counted, VOTE (which is a citizen’s right to do),'...
    An upcoming Pokémon Go update for October could mean you won’t be able to access the game anymore if you’re using an older iPhone or Android device. Niantic has announced that the game will stop supporting devices running Android 5, iOS 10 and iOS 11. For Apple owners, in particular, the game will no longer work on the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 6 even if you install iOS 12 on it. In an upcoming update to Pokémon GO in October, we will end support for Android 5, iOS 10, and iOS 11, as well as iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 devices. Trainers with devices not specifically listed here will not be affected and don’t need to take any action. — Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) August 31, 2020 The developer didn’t explain why it’s cutting off the old mobile platforms and phones, but there could be an element in future updates that would prevent the game from running on older devices. As 9to5Mac notes, Pokémon Go is an augmented reality game that’s more technically demanding than...
    GREECE and Turkey are extremely unlikely to be placed on the UK government’s quarantine list this week, according to a travel expert.  There were fears that both countries could be added to the list after they saw a significant rise in the number of daily coronavirus cases.  3 But the cumulative number of cases per 100,000 of the population over the course of seven days is still well below 20, believed to be the government benchmark for imposing quarantine restrictions.  Paul Charles, the spokesperson for the Quash Quarantine group told Sun Online Travel: “Turkey is nowhere near being added and nor is Greece, as Turkey currently has 11.2 cases per 100k and Greece has 14.3.  “So hopefully that is still good news for British consumers - because a lot of people have booked holidays to those two countries for the end of August and will be wondering if they are able to go.  “There are plenty of countries still open for holidaymakers, like Greece, Turkey, Italy, Germany and Cyprus.”  3Turkey currently has 11.2 daily cases per 100k over seven daysCredit:...
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