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    Fashion For Relief, the charity set up by Naomi Campbell, has hosted glitzy catwalk shows across the globe. But now the Charity Commission is investigating it for failing to file its accounts on time ‘and wider governance matters’, I can reveal. It comes five months after this newspaper reported earlier figures that showed it spent £1.6 million on an epic gala in Cannes in 2018, yet gave only £5,500 to good causes over 15 months. At the time, Fashion For Relief argued this wasn’t a true reflection, as often supporters make donations directly to the causes. It said last night: ‘Accounts were delayed due to Covid and the auditors. We are liaising with the Charity Commission and are confident of resolving this soon.’ Naomi Campbell walks the runway at Fashion for Relief Cannes 2018 during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival at Aeroport Cannes Mandelieu in France Damson Idris, Adut Akech, Campbell and Stella Maxwell (pictured left to right) at the finale of the Fashion For Relief catwalk show London 2019  The power struggle between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown during...
    Bukayo Saka is a 19-year-old England football star. He was born in London to Nigerian parents who emigrated to the UK as economic migrants. He worked hard and diligently at school, achieving four A* and three A grades in his GSCE exams (the official UK certificate of education for 16-year-olds) which was a particularly impressive set of results given he was also playing football for a top professional club side, Arsenal, since the age of seven. 'In the last year of doing GCSEs, Bukayo was out of school with Arsenal quite a bit, but he was brilliant,' said Mark Harvey, his former PE teacher.  'He knuckled down, got really good grades and came out with flying colours. In terms of a sportsman: superb. In terms of a student: role model.' Saka is tee-total, a devout Christian like his mother and father, never gets into trouble and unlike most footballers, doesn't fill his Instagram page with photos of mansions, fast cars or expensive jewellery. He's humble, modest, and incredibly popular with teammates who've dubbed him 'Little chilli' because he 'spices everything...
    Memes that get shared out weekly like this one helped people get through the pandemic. Nickelodeon Twitter accounts like @CraigWeekend and @RiseMonday share the same meme at the same time every week.  They're funny and nostalgic and get tens of thousands of likes weekly.  Their repetitive nature helped replace some of the structure I lost during the pandemic.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Rise and shine sailers, it be Monday," reads a meme of a sleepy-eyed Mr. Krabs getting out of bed. "What a week, huh?" says Captain Haddock in another. "Captain, it's Wednesday," Tintin replies. If you're on Twitter as much as I am, chances are you're familiar with these meme accounts. At roughly the same time every week, these and hundreds of other day-specific memes are shared out into the Twitterverse. The same meme, at the same time, every week. Each account has tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of followers, and their tweets are wildly popular. The most recent "Captain, it's Wednesday" tweet, for example, has over 23,000 retweets and 103,000 likes. —What a...
    Those who have accounts with the largest banks will start receiving COVID-19 relief checks on Wednesday after a bit of confusion with the stimulus rollout. The Internal Revenue Service announced that the settlement date for the first wave of stimulus payments will be done by direct deposit on Wednesday, according to Nacha, which is the organization that oversees the ACH Network payment system. The banks will receive the funds at 8:30 a.m., a time set by the IRS, and banks and credit unions must make the funds available to account holders 30 minutes later, according to Nacha rules. “This is literally the moment in time when the money will be transferred from the government to banks’ and credit unions’ settlement accounts at the Federal Reserve,” Nacha said in a statement. “There is no mystery where the money is from the time the first payment file was transmitted on Friday, March 12 to when all recipients will have access to the money on Wednesday — it is still with the government.” HISTORIC FEDERAL TAX INCREASES NEXT...
    Twitter is working on a new tool that will automatically detect and block abusive accounts for users, the company said during its recent 2021 Analyst Day presentation. Twitter didn’t provide a lot of details on the feature. However, two screenshots the company shared show a new “Safety mode” option users will be able to toggle to “automatically block accounts that appear the Twitter Rules, and mute accounts that might be using insults, name-calling, strong language, or hateful remarks.” According to the slides, the feature will limit someone’s ability to tweet at you for seven days, in addition to showing their replies to fewer people. Twitter will push a notification to your phone to tell you when the tool is doing its job. A feature like this has been a long time coming. Historically, Twitter hasn’t done the best job at policing its platform, leading to rampant harassment of some individuals. Things eventually came to a head when, back in 2018, Jack Dorsey was asked by Congress why it took the company more than five hours to remove an abusive tweet...
    Why is Black History Month in February? How do you celebrate? Everything you need to know. How to watch Trump’s second impeachment trial like a boss 6 reasons to reevaluate your banking relationship on Valentine’s Day Most Americans are in banking relationships and they tend to last more than a decade. © GaudiLab/Getty Images Woman using a smartphone. Nearly 95 percent of American households have an account at a bank or credit union, according to a 2019 FDIC Survey and the average person has had a relationship with this financial institution for around 14 years, according to a Bankrate survey conducted in December 2020. Load Error These are six things to look for to make sure your banking relationship is still going strong.1. You’re not happy at your bankMany Americans have had a banking relationship since around the time the iPhone made its debut in 2007. Over the years, the phone has evolved in many ways. So have banks. Some popular banks today didn’t even exist 14 years ago. Compare your bank with other financial institutions using Bankrate's...
    A tweet from the official Walmart Twitter account called Republican Missouri Senator Josh Hawley a “sore loser” Wednesday before being quickly deleted.  Hawley tweeted a statement that he would be objecting to the electoral college certification process in the Senate on Jan. 6. Walmart responded, saying: “Go ahead. Get your 2 hour debate. #SoreLoser.” (RELATED: Sen. Josh Hawley To Object Electoral College Certification Process On January 6) Walmart Tweet Calls Josh Hawley A Sore Loser (Screenshot/Twitter @lachlan) It’s possible the tweet was the result of a mixing up of accounts, although Walmart has not offered an explanation of the incident yet at this time. Social media managers have accidentally tweeted inappropriately from corporate accounts in the past, thinking they were tweeting from a personal account.  Millions of voters concerned about election integrity deserve to be heard. I will object on January 6 on their behalf pic.twitter.com/kTaaPPJGHE — Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) December 30, 2020 This will certainly be deleted. But for a brief moment in time, Walmart was in The Resistance. pic.twitter.com/Xal3bf0F69 — Keith Edwards (@keithedwards) December 30, 2020 ...
    During her most recent Twitch stream, former WWE Divas Champion Paige admitted to her fans that she is having a difficult time dealing with the promotion, especially in the aftermath of its decision to ban wrestlers from engaging with third-party platforms. As documented by Ringside News, Paige was “having a great time” with her viewers and talking about horror movies when she received a text message on her phone and suddenly became somber. She then informed her fans that she might soon have to stop streaming, adding that because of this, it’s important to make the next two streams “crazy” in case she has to leave the platform. After pausing to text someone, Paige said that she has reached a point where she “cannot deal with this company anymore.” She mentioned the fact that she broke her neck twice during her in-ring career, with the second injury proving to be career-ending. The retired grappler then stressed that WWE doesn’t seem to realize that her community goes beyond the act of streaming content in order to gain subscribers. “We built a...
    GIVE your social media feed a mindset makeover. Our screen time has gone through the roof as a result of lockdown, with more than FOUR HOURS becoming the average time spent on phones each day. 6Following uplifting accounts is not the only thing to considerCredit: Shutterstock So with all that time scrolling, it’s important we make our social feeds a positive place. But following uplifting accounts is not the only thing to consider. Psychotherapist Dr Aaron Balick, author of The Little Book Of Calm, today shares his top ten tricks to think about when curating a happy timeline. SELF AWARENESS Understanding yourself and your values are importing when making sure your feed benefits you. 6Monitor how you feel after flicking through social mediaCredit: Alamy Before a flick through TikTok or Instagram, monitor how you feel during and after checking your timeline. Use this as guidance on what you want to see more of and what makes you feel discouraged. HAVE CONTROL Be proactive about how and what you check. Curbing what you check will allow you to keep...
    One of the best-endowed cryptocurrency projects (over $ 600 million in assets), Tezos (XTZ) is done with justice. The foundation puts an end to the collective action which aimed at it by paying 25 million dollars. The Tezos crypto project is undoubtedly one of the richest. In March, he announced that he had more than $ 600 million in assets, mainly crypto-currencies. Its success is due in particular to its initial funding. In 2017, Tezos made a major ICO, a public offering of tokens. In just 13 days, the project raised $ 232 million. But this ICO was also an opportunity to collect some legal concerns. A record ICO in 2017 and legal disputes These should now be a thing of the past. A class action complaint was still against the foundation established in Switzerland. As part of a deal, Tezos offered to compensate the plaintiffs up to $ 25 million. This offer is validated by the courts. According to the judgment, the money will be used to compensate “all persons and entities” who participated...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A major social media security breach hit some of Twitter's most high-profile accounts on Wednesday."If you send me money, I'll send you back double" was the promise behind several now-deleted tweets, posted by former president Barack Obama, Elon Musk, Apple and many more.RELATED: Joe Biden, Kanye West, Elon Musk among targets of apparent Twitter Bitcoin hackEach Tweet provided the public with a Bitcoin address."The fact that so many of them are compromised at the same time, in such a short period of time, leads people to think now that there is some administrative issue on the Twitter side itself," Senior Managing Editor at CNET, Dan Ackerman told ABC7 News.He classified Wednesday's elaborate hack as the biggest breach he's seen Twitter tackle.In a tweet thread, the company announced, "We detected what we believe to be a coordinated social engineering attack by people who successfully targeted some of our employees with access to internal systems and tools."After the suspicious tweets were posted, Twitter temporarily limited users' abilities to reset passwords, and prevented verified accounts from posting.RELATED: What...
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