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    SIR Keir Starmer must finally come clean and say if he backs militant unions bringing Britain to a standstill, a minister has demanded. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has written to the Labour leader laying out three demands on unions. 1Sir Keir Starmer must finally come clean and say if he backs militant unions bringing Britain to a standstill, a minister has demandedCredit: EPA In a punchy letter, he calls on Sir Keir to personally condemn the RMT, who are staging a three-day rail union this week. Labour must also stop taking cash from unions inflicting strike misery on the nation, he says, and Sir Keir must take action against any Labour politician who backs the strike. Labour have taken a stonking £250,000 in donations from the RMT over the past decade. Mr Shapps said: “This week, the RMT union will inflict huge disruption on families and businesses with the biggest rail strikes in Britain since 1989. Read more on the strikesRAIL FAIL Brits reveal how rail strikes will impact on them as transport misery loomstrain tracker How to check if...
    POTTY training a child can be a lengthy, and often stressful, process. But one mum claims to have eliminated all of the stress involved by training her five-week-old son to use the potty. 3Jules has been potty training her five-week-old son, but trolls insist her efforts are "pointless"Credit: Instagram / @minimal.jules 3Matteo has picked things up so quickly that he even signals his mother when he needs to goCredit: Instagram / @minimal.jules Jules shared an Instagram Reel explaining how she started, showing her baby Matteo as he signed to let her know he needed to do a poo. "This is when he’s about to let it rip," she said over a picture of him pouting with his fists clenched. "I make a grunting sound to let him know I understand and ask if he has to go poo," she said as she held him over the baby potty. "He understood and started grunting and pushing." Read more Parenting stories POT LUCK I’m a first-time mum, why colourful pens will help potty train your childSPEAK(ER) EASY...
    The parents of a US Marine jailed in Russia say they fear their son has died after they were unable to contact from for a week. Joey and Paula Reed say their son Trevor last made contact with his girlfriend on April 1, and have urged the Kremlin to let them see 'proof of life.' Reed went on hunger strike to protest his conditions in jail, with his parents fearful he may have since succumbed to an associated illness.    'To the Russian Govt: Please let us speak to our son so we know he is alive and his condition,' the account Free Trevor Reed tweeted on Thursday.  'We are urgently calling on the Russian government to provide proof of life and resume allowing Trevor to call us. Our son is critically ill. This is not the time for cruelty for cruelty’s sake.'  'To the US Govt: Bring Trevor Reed and (fellow US prisoner in Russia) Paul Whelan home now! You have the capability, Just Do It!'  The Reeds want President Biden to organized a prisoner exchange to get Trevor...
    The State Department on Monday said it was concerned for the health of Trevor Reed, a former U.S. Marine jailed in Russia, following local reports that he was being treated in prison hospital after ending a hunger strike.  The 30-year-old Texan was sentenced to a nine-year prison term after being convicted of endangering the lives of two police officers while drunk during a visit to Moscow in 2019. He pleaded not guilty and the United States described his trial a 'theater of the absurd.' State Department spokesman Ned Price said the U.S. was worried he was not getting proper medical care. 'We are concerned by reports that Trevor Reed's health is deteriorating,' he said. 'We continue to call on Russian officials to provide adequate medical care immediately or otherwise to release him to the United States to receive the care that he needs.' Reed's parents met with Joe Biden last week to keep up pressure to bring him home at time when relations between Moscow and Washington have deteriorated because of the war in Ukraine. Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed...
    FRISCO (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott didn’t think twice about maximum effort in his first practice after missing a game because of a strained right calf. Until the team star had time to think twice about it. READ MORE: Justice Department Sues Texas Over New Election Law; 'Will Disenfranchise Citizens'“First play (Wednesday), I get ready to scramble, I take five or six steps and throw on the run and I thought about it,” Prescott said. “I’m like, ‘I probably shouldn’t have done that on my first rep.’ That was easy for me to say, ‘OK, that is why I didn’t play last week, because I don’t think about that.’ And I am not going to think about that. I am going to think about whatever it takes to win the game.” Prescott said it was “safe to say” he would play Sunday against Denver (4-4) after sitting last week when backup Cooper Rush threw the go-ahead touchdown pass in the final minute of a 20-16 win over Minnesota. It was the sixth straight victory for the Cowboys (6-1)....
    US says ivory-billed woodpecker, 22 other species extinct McAuliffe, Youngkin hold fiery debate on vaccinations, taxes After pondering retirement in the offseason and posting the worst quarterback rating of his career in Week 1, questions about Aaron Rodgers' commitment became a talking point in some circles.  NFC Week 3 overreactions: Rodgers proves hes still the best USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Week 3 Start Em or Sit Em: Wide Receivers Sports Illustrated Week 3 Start Em or Sit Em: Tight Ends Sports Illustrated Bengals vs. Steelers preview Week 3 NFL Saints vs. Patriots preview Week 3 NFL Cant-Miss Play: All-Alabama pick-six! Diggs picks off Hurts after Smith falls down NFL Cant-Miss Play: Jalen Hurts all-out sprint ends in unreal cross-body TD laser NFL Mike McCarthy reacts to performances by Prescott, Zeke on MNF NFL Nick Sirianni credits Cowboys, Prescott after MNF loss NFL Top 5 connections by air distance through Sunday of...
    Former President Trump will say, 'it's time for real leadership in the White House,' at a rally in Alabama this evening, according to a top ally who said it was a clearest signal yet that he is planning to run for the presidency in 2024. Trump has spent the past week attacking President Biden's handling of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. And when he appears in front of thousands of fans in Cullman County he is expected to develop those attacks to ask whether Americans can be safe anywhere in the world with Biden in the White House, said the ally who has seen drafts of the speech. 'I'm expecting to hear the president use the line: 'It's time for real leadership in the White House,' he said. 'And even though aides say there is no final announcement, no final decision it still is the clearest indicator that he's likely to run in 2024.'  Former President Trump has been in out of New York - pictured here as he left Trump Tower in Manhattan on Monday - as he...
    A six year-old reported missing by his dad's girlfriend on May 27 may have vanished a month earlier, as an investigator warned he 'does not have a good feeling' about the case.  Samuel Olson turned six years old on Saturday, but he was not there to celebrate his birthday with his family. Theresa Balboa, who is dating Samuel's father, Dalton Olson, said she last saw the boy on May 27 in the 8800 block of McAvoy Drive in Houston. Scroll down for video  Samuel Olson, 6 (left and right), was reported missing by his father and the man's girlfriend on May 27 in Houston, but police now say the last time anyone outside Samuel's family saw him was on April 30 Samuel Olson's father, Dalton Olson (pictured with his girlfriend Theresa Balboa) said the six-year-old is his 'whole world'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Remains of two Kentucky men who died 80 years ago in Pearl... Mystery as body of unidentified Hispanic boy aged between... Share this article Share...
    Almost a week after the assault on the United States Capitol, Donald trump he sees “absolutely ridiculous” that the Democrats try to initiate another impeachment against him. Shortly before leaving for a trip to Texas, where he will visit the construction of the border wall, the still president of the United States said that this procedure initiated by the Democrats is “a continuation of the greater story witch hunt of politics “, something that is causing” tremendous anger. ” On whether he plans to resign, as requested by the Democratic opposition, Donald Trump avoided giving a direct answer. “We don’t want violence,” he said. On the words he addressed to those who hours later starred in the assault on Congress, showed no signs of remorse about it: “People thought what I said was totally appropriate.” The United States is still in shock after a crowd of Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol a week ago. Five people died, including a policeman. On January 20, the president-elect of the United States, Joe Biden, will take...
    Giannis Antetokounmpo praised the “amazing” moves the Milwaukee Bucks have made to improve the team, but the two-time reigning MVP stopped short Wednesday of saying he would sign a supermax contract extension offer. “Right now I’m not focusing on that,” Antetokounmpo said during his first preseason discussion with reporters. “I know my agent, Alex (Saratsis), and (general manager) Jon Horst and the Bucks ownership are focusing on those discussions. I’m just trying to focus on myself and how I can get better, how I can help my teammates be better, how I can be ready Saturday to play our first preseason game.” CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Antetokounmpo, who turned 26 last week, would be able to receive up to 35% of the salary cap with an 8% escalation each year of the deal under a supermax extension. The Bucks were able to offer a five-year deal worth over $220 million. He has until Dec. 21 to sign the extension, or else he will be eligible to become a free agent after the 2020-21 season. Antetokounmpo said...
    The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post are among the major outlets that have said they will not be sending reporters to travel with President Donald Trump as he returns to the campaign trail this week.  The news organizations are wary of sending staff without basic assurances that the health of reporters will be protected, the New York Times reports. Three White House correspondents tested positive for coronavirus in the last two weeks, as Trump and his staff continue to flout protocols such as mask wearing that reduce the risk of the spread of the virus.  It comes as Trump returns to campaign rallies despite being hospitalized with the virus for three days last week and concerns over how infectious he still may be.      The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post are among the major outlets that have said they will not be sending reporters to travel with President Donald Trump as he returns to the campaign trail this week. He held a rally in Florida on Monday, pictured President Donald Trump...
    A British holidaymaker who thought coronavirus was 'b******t' has posted a video message from his hospital bed after catching the virus. Chris Grailey, 29, said he thought he was 'invincible' but is now wearing an oxygen mask as he lies in a hospital bed in Watford, Hertfordshire. The sales manager from Ancoats, Manchester, has no underlying health conditions and said he was the 'first to say (coronavirus) was all bulls**t'.  Now though, in his video, Chris says he is unsure if he will 'come out the other side' and has warned other young people not to make the same mistake as him.  In the video Chris said: 'I caught it in Tenerife thinking I was invincible, not wearing a mask. 'I paid the price. I have got no underlying health issues. I don't want anyone making the same mistakes as me. 'Now I'm in intensive care, waiting to get more treatment, and not knowing if I'm coming out the other side. 'So I really want you to take this message on board because it could happen to anyone, please please take care.'...
    President Donald Trump said during a call-in interview he will appear on Fox News each Monday on a weekly basis – although TV co-hosts cautioned during a live interview that it is only on a 'case-by-case basis. Trump gushed about his new weekly gig on the network during a 47-minute call-in interview, where he was able to talk at length while firing his typical blasts at rival Joe Biden and predecessor Barack Obama.    'Great to be with my friends. I think we're going to do this, we've agreed to do it once a week in the morning, and I look forward to it like the old days,' Trump said on 'Fox and Friends.' He may have been referencing a weekly gig, also on Mondays, that he scored back in 2011, back when he was contemplating a run for president.  President Donald Trump called in to 'Fox & Friends' Tuesday and said he had agreed to do a once a week appearance He also called into the program repeatedly during his 2016 campaign.   But Trump's statement prompted an immediate response...
    QAnon has been debunked and labeled by the FBI as a domestic terrorism threat. Despite this, Greene has been invited to the White House to attend Trump's nomination speech at the Republican convention. "The latest conspiracy theory that the media seems to be focused on, the only ones we ever hear about this from are the media," Murtaugh claimed during Wednesday's interview. He added, "It is not something that we deal with here in the campaign, it's not something we ever think about, I've never heard the president even offer an opinion about it." Trump has, in fact, weighed in on the baseless conspiracy, which claims that there is a cabal of elite Democrats involved in a global child sex-trafficking ring, who are also working to undermine Trump's presidency. (There is no proof whatsoever that supports any of those theories.) At an Aug. 19 press briefing he was asked about QAnon supporters and replied that they were simply "people that love our country." "I've heard these are people that love our country, and they just don't like seeing it,"...
    California doctor fatally shot, 15-year-old son survives over 30 hours in Sierra Nevada forest Before-and-after photos show how much fast-food restaurants have changed over the years De Blasio say he’ll sign City Council’s sweeping police reform legislation next week © Provided by WINS Radio New York NEW YORK (1010 WINS) - Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday that he'll sign sweeping City Council police reform legislation next week. "We're going to be doing a signing ceremony next week," the mayor said at his daily briefing when asked why he had held off on signing the legislation. Listen Live Now on 1010 WINS The Council passed a number of police reform bills last month amid protests over racism and police misconduct. Among other things, the bills do the following: criminalize chokeholds and similar techniques during arrests; require new oversight of the NYPD's surveillance technology; give people the right to record police; require officers to have their shield numbers are visible; and establish a system to review complaints or disciplinary actions made against officers. Like 1010 WINS on Facebook and follow...
    Washington (CNN)It was a do-over of a softball question, but President Donald Trump still seemed to struggle to answer what he would do with a potential second term in an interview that aired Wednesday evening.The President said he hadn't heard the criticism of his answer the last time he was asked the question, by Fox News' Sean Hannity, but said there was still "more to do" in his next term, again without naming any concrete policy goals."We're going to make America great again. We're doing things that nobody could have done," the President told Sinclair's Eric Bolling, before listing achievements from his first term. At one point, Trump said, "We've got to bring back our manufacturing," before immediately claiming he already had, saying he had "brought it back very big.""We're doing it -- whether it's trade, whether it's military -- all made in the USA. It's so important. Made in the USA. ... We've got to bring back our manufacturing, and I've brought it back very big," he said. Read More"But we have to make our own pharmaceutical products, our...
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