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    Ghislaine Maxwell has spoken from behind bars to claim she's been forced to stop taking showers because of the 'creepy guards' who stand and stare at her. In a world exclusive published in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday, the heiress has spoken of the hell of her life in Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center, saying that conditions are so bad a rat would sit beside an open sewer in her cell as she went to the toilet. She said: 'I used to go to the loo with an open sewer drain and a friendly rat would regularly visit.  'I told the guards, but nothing was done until the rat popped out and charged a guard who screamed in terror.  'Finally, the sewer drain was covered.' Maxwell faces a maximum of 80 years in prison if found guilty of abusing and procuring young girls for her ex-boyfriend, convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. In a world exclusive published in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday, Ghislaine Maxwell has spoken of the hell of her life in Brooklyn's Metropolitan Detention Center, saying that conditions are so bad a...
    Troubled police chief Henry Jemmott was so drunk on the day he died that another officer pulled him over for driving his golf cart in an 'erratic' manner, The Mail on Sunday has been told. Supt Jemmott was on a five-day break after being given official leave from his duties for 'personal reasons'. Hours before he was shot dead, a traffic officer pulled him over as he 'swerved' along an island road. 'He was inebriated, very drunk,' the source said.  'He was so drunk he was swerving all over the place. He was driving the golf cart erratically. You could smell the liquor. He was spoken to but allowed to continue.' Police chief Henry Jemmott (pictured) was so drunk on the day he died that an officer pulled him over for driving his golf cart in an 'erratic' manner, The Mail on Sunday has been told The father-of-five was 'plagued by demons', according to one woman who knows his common-law-wife, Romit Wilson. Ms Wilson is the mother of Supt Jemmott's three youngest children. 'Did he like whisky? Yes. Did he...
    Getty Is the U.S. Postal Service delivering on Memorial Day Weekend? Is the post office open or closed on Memorial Day Weekend 2021? Even if you know that mail isn’t delivered on Monday, May 31 for Memorial Day itself, you may still be wondering about the Saturday and Sunday before. While regular services are still available on Saturday, most services are not available on Sunday — just like they aren’t on most typical Sundays. Here are all the details.Mail Is Still Delivered on SaturdayAlthough Monday is considered a federal holiday and mail will not be delivered, you can still expect mail to be delivered on Saturday, May 29. The federal holiday only applies to Monday and not to Saturday’s mail delivery. On Sundays, mail typically isn’t delivered unless it’s USPS Priority Mail Express or Amazon packages. Priority Mail Express may promise an overnight delivery that arrives on Sunday. During some high-volume holidays like Christmas, USPS may sometimes make an exception and deliver packages in major cities and high-volume locations on Sundays. However, this is not the case for Memorial Day...
    The life of Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, is one of such astonishing length and intensity, stretching so far back into the unreachable past and containing so much incident, adversity and adventure that it takes Shakespeare to sum it up: ‘We that are young shall never see so much, nor live so long.’ In fact the whole passage from the closing scene of King Lear is remarkably fitting at this moment of public mourning and reflection on the 99 years that Prince Philip spent on Earth: ‘The weight of this sad time we must obey. Speak what we feel, not what we ought to say. The oldest hath borne most.’ In trying to encompass this important moment in our national life, The Mail on Sunday first of all offers its most sincere condolences to the Queen on a loss that is both deeply private and unavoidably public.  We have lost a significant national figure, a good and brave man, the Queen’s most loyal subject, a great fund of experience and wisdom, and an anchor The whole idea of a Royal...
    Meghan Markle sued the British tabloid Mail on Sunday for “invasion of privacy” following the publication of a letter to her father. On February 11, Meghan markle had won a first round against Mail on Sunday. This British tabloid was sued by the wife of prince harry for “invasion of privacy“after the publication of a letter to his father. In the letter published by Mail on Sunday in 2019, Meghan markle asked his father to stop lying about their broken relationship. On Tuesday March 2, Judge Mark Warby ordered the Associated Newspapers group, the newspaper’s publisher, to pay the plaintiff 520,000 euros for her legal costs. Lawyers for the press group said they wanted to appeal this decision. Me Adrian Speck explained that the issue of legal costs should not be raised before that of Copyright be decided. Read also: – Case against the Daily Mail: Meghan Markle wants to avoid going through a trial – Prince Harry at war with the British press to defend his wife...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Trooping the Colour. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Meghan Markle won a privacy claim against the Mail on Sunday, a judge ruled Thursday. The British newspaper published parts of a letter the duchess wrote to her father. The judge also said that the Mail breached copyright rules by publishing the letter. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Meghan Markle has criticized the British Mail on Sunday newspaper for its "illegal and dehumanizing practices" after winning a legal battle the publication. The Duchess of Sussex is sued the publication, claiming that it misued her private information, infringed her copyright, and misused her personal data by publishing excerpts of a letter she wrote to her father. On Thursday, a judge at the High Court in London sided with Markle. Mr Justice Warby issued a "summary judgement" that the Mail misued her private information, which means that he decided the issue without a full trial. "The claimant had a reasonable expectation that the contents of the Letter would remain private. The Mail Articles interfered with that...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attend the Mountbatten Festival of Music at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Saturday, March 7. Simon Dawson - WPA Pool/Getty Images The Duke of Sussex is suing the Mail on Sunday after it published a story claiming he is no longer in touch with the marines, according to Sky News. The Mail on Sunday reported that the Duke of Sussex had not been in touch by phone, letter, or email since his last appearance as Captain General of the Marines in March.  "He might have been made to give up his titles, but he has not given up on the military, far from it," a friend of the duke's told Vanity Fair in October.  A spokesperson for the duke previously confirmed to Insider that a legal warning had been sent on his behalf regarding the article. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Duke of Sussex is reportedly suing the publisher of British newspaper the Mail on Sunday over a story which claims he has ceased contact with the marines...
    Kensington Palace aides helped the Duchess of Sussex write an apparently 'private' letter to her estranged father Thomas Markle, court documents claimed today. Meghan Markle is suing Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) over an article which reproduced parts of the handwritten letter sent to Mr Markle, 76, in August 2018. The duchess has claimed the Mail On Sunday publisher breached data protection and copyright laws by revealing extracts from the 'private and confidential' letter. But lawyers for ANL have claimed in documents filed at the High Court in London that the letter was not the 'own intellectual creation' of the 39-year-old royal. They argue that the Kensington Palace communications team 'contributed to the writing' of an electronic draft, which the letter was later 'copied' from.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9 this year, on their final royal engagement before they quit royal life Meghan is suing Associated Newspapers Limited over an article which reproduced parts of a handwritten note she had sent to her father Thomas Markle...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Canada House. Reuters Meghan Markle's privacy trial against The Mail on Sunday has been postponed by at least nine months.  The duchess, who is suing the publication after it published contents from a private letter she wrote to her father, was due to appear in court in January 2021.  Markle's lawyer told the court that the "primary basis" for the adjournment was sought on "a confidential ground," Birmingham Live reports. This comes after the court agreed that The Mail would be allowed to question the duchess over her alleged involvement in the "Finding Freedom" biography, though the duchess denies having collaborated with the authors. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The court date for Meghan Markle's privacy trial against The Mail on Sunday will be delayed by at least nine months.  The High Court in London has agreed to push back the pre-arranged date "after hearing confidential reasons from Meghan's lawyers," the Evening Standard's court correspondent Tristan Kirk wrote on Twitter on Thursday. —Tristan Kirk (@kirkkorner) October 29, 2020The trial was...
    The Duchess of Sussex is bringing a bid to postpone the trial of her High Court privacy action against the Mail On Sunday over the publication of a letter to her estranged father. Meghan is suing Associated Newspapers Ltd (ANL), publisher of the Mail On Sunday and MailOnline, over an article in August 2018 which reproduced parts of the handwritten letter sent to 76-year-old Thomas Markle. There have been a number of preliminary hearings in the case so far, and a hearing to consider costs and case management issues was due to take place tomorrow, ahead of a 10-day trial due to start in January. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9 this year, on their final royal engagement before they quit royal life Meghan is suing Associated Newspapers Limited over an article which reproduced parts of a handwritten note she had sent to her father Thomas Markle (pictured together) in August 2018 Thomas Markle shows a souvenir he keeps on mantelpiece  of Harry and Meghan...
    MEGHAN Markle used her friends as 'de facto media relations agents' to feed at least 49 pieces of personal information 'which could only have come from her' to the authors of her gushing biography, it was claimed today. The Duchess of Sussex allegedly colluded with the writers of Finding Freedom as part of “a media strategy to improve or enhance her image” which started shortly after she married Prince Harry in 2018. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 5The publisher highlights 49 details in Finding Freedom it says could only have come from Meghan Meghan, 39, is suing the Mail on Sunday for printing extracts from a letter she sent her dad Thomas, saying it breached her privacy. But in new papers filed today the newspaper says the Duchess of Sussex does not have “any reasonable expectation of privacy” because she secretly shared intimate secrets with Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. It claims Meghan “does not object to details of her personal relationships and correspondence being publicly disclosed, provided it...
    Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Meghan Markle will pay more than $87,000 towards the Mail on Sunday's legal costs for a pre-trial hearing which she lost in May. The duchess, who is suing the newspaper after it published extracts from a private letter sent to her father, had part of her claim — including that the newspaper acted dishonestly — struck out by the High Court after it was deemed irrelevant to the lawsuit. "Whilst the Judge recognizes that there is a claim for breach of privacy and copyright, we are surprised to see that his ruling suggests that dishonest behavior is not relevant," a legal spokesperson for the duchess said after the hearing in May. Meanwhile, the duchess has now asked the court to prevent the Mail on Sunday from publishing the names of five friends who defended her in an anonymous interview with People last year. Markle's application to prevent the paper from reporting the names of the friends — who first mentioned the letter to her father in the People interview —...
    (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to overhaul the United Kingdom's treason laws, the Mail on Sunday newspaper reported http://dailym.ai/2OVs9br. Johnson's overhaul will see a new Treason Act, a new Espionage Act for tracking foreign agents and a rewriting of the Official Secrets Act to make it suitable for the digital era, the newspaper reported, citing Downing Street sources. The newspaper described the overhaul as the biggest shakeup of the treason laws since 1695, saying it was being done to counter the threat posed by Russia and China. (Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Bengaluru; Editing by Sandra Maler) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex. Associated Press Meghan Markle said the Mail on Sunday is threatening to name the five friends who gave an anonymous interview about her back in 2019. The Duchess of Sussex is taking legal action after the newspaper published part of a private letter she wrote to her father after the royal wedding.  The Mail argued that one of the duchess' friends already referenced the letter in the interview before it was published. In a court order to stop the newspaper from publishing the names, the duchess said her friends' only intention was "to defend me from the bullying behavior of Britain's tabloid media." The Mail on Sunday did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Meghan Markle has filed a court order to stop the Mail on Sunday from publishing the names of five friends who spoke about her in an anonymous interview.  The Duchess of Sussex said the newspaper is only threatening to reveal her friends' identities to "create a circus" and "evade accountability"...
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