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    BORIS Johnson last night claimed he had not yet got a fine for the Bring Your Own Booze Party in No10 - but would tell the public if he did. The PM insisted "of course" he would let everyone know if there were new fixed penalty notices dished out to him or his top team. 3Boris Johnson has claimed he has not yet received a fine for the Bring Your Own Booze Party in No10 - but would tell the public if he didCredit: PA But he refused to say if he was expecting to get more in the days and weeks to come. The PM told Tom Newton Dunn in an exclusive interview for Talk TV: "I have said I will let people know. "If I had, you would be the very first to know. "You're going to hear about new FPNs, of course you are. READ MORE ON BORIS JOHNSONNO PASS Boris Johnson threatens to 'privatise the a**e' off the Passport OfficeDEAR JACKIE Kickass queen of the internet Jackie Weaver solves celeb lockdown problems "But what I have...
    A much anticipated update to a book penned by the Queen's stylist has not been written to compete with Prince Harry's 'tell-all' memoirs, according to a renowned royal author.   Royal dresser Angela Kelly, who has been with Queen for 28 years, is set to release an update to The Other Side of The Coin, it was revealed last night. The latest chapter of the book, which provides a glimpse into the life and wardrobes of the royals, will address the death of Prince Philip and the Queen's Covid protocol - HMS Bubble. According to reports, the Queen has given her blessing for the book to be published, by US firm HarperCollins, next month. The timing of its release, ahead of the publication of Prince Harry's tell-all autobiography, will mean the two books are likely to battle it out in the royal section of bookshops later this year. However royal author Phil Dampier, who penned a book about Harry and Meghan's romance in 2018, believes they are unlikely to be competing in terms of sales. Mr Dampier also suggested Prince Andrew could be the...
    Thursday, during an appearance on FNC’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) warned if the United States was not successful in turning Russia into a “pariah state” and isolate it for the Ukraine invasion, it could send a green light to China’s Xi Jinping to invade Taiwan. Cotton was asked by FNC host Laura Ingraham if the the U.S. lackadaisical approach to the southern border situation was a message to Russian President Vladimir Putin. “Well, it’s told Vladimir Putin over the last six months that he can build up 200,000 troops on Ukraine’s border and invade,” he said. “And if we don’t bring the hammer down on Vladimir Putin, if we don’t turn Russia into a pariah state, and isolate them diplomatically, and economically and financially, it’s going to tell Xi Jinping, he can probably do the same thing in Taiwan. After all, he’s on the other side of the world.” “Taiwan doesn’t have the same kind of ties to Europe that Ukraine does,” Cotton added. “His economy is 10 times larger than Russia’s. It’s simply creating permission around...
    Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut on Wednesday demanded Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg appear before Congress to address accusations by a company whistleblower who accused the company of knowingly harming children with its products.  Blumenthal accused the platform of 'amplifying and weaponizing hate speech,' and blasted the exec for spending Monday sailing a day before a powerful Commerce subcommittee aired allegations about the multi-billion company.  'He ought to spend more time looking at the platform,' Blumenthal fumed. He said he has already 'invited' the tech titan to testify, and that he could appear within weeks. 'We can't count on Mark Zuckerberg to tell us the truth,' he said, saying 'he has lost all trust if he ever had it.' [email protected] says the Senate will invite Mark Zuckerberg to testify in response to the Facebook whistleblower's testimony."I can't tell you whether he will accept. But I think Mark Zuckerberg has an obligation to tell the American people himself"https://t.co/oVAvgpp2Ng pic.twitter.com/LfvI7h8NB6— New Day (@NewDay) October 6, 2021 'We can't count on Mark Zuckerberg to tell us the truth,' said Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), who...
    The nation's top infectious disease expert says he will be spending Christmas with his family and encouraged vaccinated people to celebrate the holiday with their loved ones. Over the weekend, Dr Anthony Fauci had said it was 'too soon' to say whether Americans can gather for Christmas. But just one day later, in an appearance on CNN on Monday, the director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases said his comments were 'misinterpreted' and that he was not telling people to forego family get-togethers.   'The best way to assure that we'll be in good shape as we get into the winter would be to get more and more people vaccinated,' Fauci said.  'That was misinterpreted as my saying we can't spend Christmas with our families, which was absolutely not the case.  'I will be spending Christmas with my family, I encourage people, particularly the vaccinated people who are protected, to have a good, normal Christmas with your family.' In an interview on CNN on Monday, Dr Anthony Fauci (above) said his comments on Sunday about how it was...
    During Thursday’s presser, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson once again refused to tell reporters if he has taken the coronavirus vaccine. Instead, Jackson insists that his health care decisions are a personal matter and none of the media’s business. Jackson has already been placed on the coronavirus list twice this season. He sat ten days of training camp from two positive tests, and he also missed a game last year over another positive test. Still, the star QB refused to tell the media his vaccine status, saying, “I want to keep that [decision] between me and my family and the doctors. That’s all,” the Baltimore Sun reported. BALTIMORE, MD – AUGUST 14: Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens throws before the preseason game against the New Orleans Saints at M&T Bank Stadium on August 14, 2021 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images) On Monday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that the team is more than 90 percent vaccinated, and Jackson has been under increasing pressure to get vaccinated. Maryland’s liberal Gov Larry Hogan has even...
    More than 1,600 people affected by the September 11 attacks are asking President Joe Biden to refrain from coming to Ground Zero to mark the 20th anniversary of the event unless he releases documents and information related to the attacks, according to a letter released by the group. “Despite numerous requests by Democratic and Republican members of Congress and hundreds of 9/11 family members imploring previous and now the current administration to bring transparency to the matter, these efforts have been rebuffed and the issue has remained inexplicably ignored,” the letter reads in part. “We want to see tangible proof before the 20th anniversary of 9/11 that this Administration is truly committed to transparency,” said Brett Eagleson, the first signatory of the letter, in a statement. “These documents involve a terrorist attack that occurred 20 years ago, and there is no justification to withhold them.” Eagleson’s father, Bruce, was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center. “The 9/11 families deserve justice and closure. Matter of fact, all Americans deserve to know the truth behind what the Saudi Arabanian...
    (CNN)More than 1,600 people affected by the September 11 attacks are asking President Joe Biden to refrain from coming to Ground Zero to mark the 20th anniversary of the event unless he releases documents and information related to the attacks, according to a letter released by the group."Despite numerous requests by Democratic and Republican members of Congress and hundreds of 9/11 family members imploring previous and now the current administration to bring transparency to the matter, these efforts have been rebuffed and the issue has remained inexplicably ignored," the letter reads in part."We want to see tangible proof before the 20th anniversary of 9/11 that this Administration is truly committed to transparency," said Brett Eagleson, the first signatory of the letter, in a statement. "These documents involve a terrorist attack that occurred 20 years ago, and there is no justification to withhold them."Eagleson's father, Bruce, was killed in the attack on the World Trade Center.Signatories of the letter claim that they have been used as a political bargaining chip for two decades. Read More"We had great hope that President Biden,...
    PRINCE Harry’s old Eton and Army friends have reportedly warned him not to reveal their secrets in his tell-all memoir - and threatened to dish out Royal dirt in return. Pals of the Duke of Sussex are said to be concerned that he will expose embarrassing secrets in the book, which is due to be published next year.  2Prince Harry’s old Eton and Army friends have warned him not to reveal their secrets in his tell-all memoir, it was reported last nightCredit: AP 2Harry's military friends have refused to gossip about him to the media (Pictured is the duke on patrol in Helmand Province, Afghanistan in 2002)Credit: AFP Harry on Monday announced he would be releasing a memoir next year - as Her Majesty celebrates 70 years of service - in which he will recount “experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons”.  Friends of the duke could be prepared to retaliate by dishing the Royal dirt back after years of refusing to gossip about him to the media, the Mail on Sunday reports.  A pal told the newspaper: “It feels...
    Joe Biden isn't being tough enough on Russian President Vladimir Putin, critics claim after a new cyber attack by Kremlin-linked hackers hit up to 1 million companies and demanded $70 million in cryptocurrency to fix it. The president told his Russian counterpart last month that he would take action against hacking groups that target the U.S., and on Saturday told reporters that he will retaliate against the ransomware attack. 'This marks a serious escalation just weeks after Putin-Biden summit on ransomware,' New York Times cybersecurity reporter Nicole Perlroth tweeted Saturday. 'Not only is this a supply chain attack on MSPs,' she continued, 'they broke in via a zero day, a significant advance for REVil which has traditionally compromised victims through usual means of phishing, etc.' Biden has instructed the FBI to launch an investigation into the hack, but insists that he and the intelligence community are still 'not sure who' is behind the cyberattack.  In mid-June, Biden held a bilateral meeting in Geneva where he gave Putin a list of 16 critical infrastructure entities that are 'off limits.' Those entities...
    JOE Biden will warn Vladimir Putin to "dial back the provocation" if he suspects that Russia is sending hypersonic technology to stalk US Navy ships and planes, an expert says. The two world leaders are set to meet in Geneva, Switzerland on Wednesday - days before US intelligence experts are set to brief lawmakers in Congress about the findings of the UFO report. 8Joe Biden will warn Putin to 'dial back the provocation' if he suspects Russian hypersonic drones are behind reported UAP sightingsCredit: AFP 8Biden will meet with the Russian leader in Geneva on Wednesday - days before intelligence experts report back to Congress on the findings of the highly anticipated UFO reportCredit: AFP Officials cannot explain what dozens of mysterious UFO sightings are and it has not been ruled out that Russia has not sent hypersonic drones designed to harass US Navy ships. Nick Pope, a former official at the Ministry of Defence, thinks UFOs will be on the agenda if Biden suspects the technology is coming from Moscow. He told The Sun: “If there is a...
    Former President Donald Trump won't commit to making former Vice President Mike Pence his running mate again, as he teases another run in 2024. Trump said he has a very good relationship with his former No. 2, despite the differences they had about Pence's refusal to object to the Electoral College votes on Jan. 6 that certified President Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election. However, he has not decided if Pence will run with him again. The former president's comments followed a speech he made at a GOP donor dinner in North Carolina on Saturday night, where he endorsed Rep. Ted Budd for Senate in what's expected to be one of the more competitive races ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. "I don't know, it's really too soon to tell," Trump told Fox News on the possibility that Pence could be his running mate. "But certainly, we had a very good relationship. I was disappointed with Mike on one thing as he understands and some other people understand, but overall, I had a very good relationship with...
    Former President TrumpDonald TrumpTrump touts record, blasts Dems in return to stage Trump demands China pay 'reparations' for role in coronavirus pandemic Trump endorses Rep. Ted Budd for Senate MORE on Saturday said it is “too soon to tell” if he would tap former Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceAxios CEO says GOP before Trump will not return The Hill's 12:30 Report: Senate rules change Biden's calculus The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Citizens' Climate Lobby - Biden floats infrastructure, tax concessions to GOP MORE as his running mate if he launches a bid for the White House again in 2024. Trump, in an interview with Fox News after delivering a fiery speech at the North Carolina GOP state convention, said that while the two leaders had a “very good relationship,” he was “disappointed with Mike on one thing,” likely referring to Pence’s refusal to reject the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6. The former president's supporters stormed the Capitol that day, with some calling for Pence to be hanged. A number of reports after the insurrection said that Trump had not reached out to...
    Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● MA-Gov: YouGov's new poll for UMass Amherst finds Republican Gov. Charlie Baker leading five different Democrats in hypothetical 2022 general election matchups, but not by the massive spreads he's accustomed to. What's more, a huge portion of respondents are undecided in each trial heat, which makes it especially difficult to tell how much danger Baker might actually be in if he were to run for a third term. First, the numbers, with Baker's share first in each case: 31-28 vs. Attorney General Maura Healey 37-27 vs. former Rep. Joe Kennedy 31-12 vs. former state Sen. Ben Downing 31-17 vs. state Sen. Sonia Chang-Díaz 31-14 vs. professor Danielle Allen The only one of these candidates who has announced a bid is Downing, though Allen has formed an exploratory committee. Healey, meanwhile, has been talked about quite...
    Good Morning America host Michael Strahan blasted his ABC colleague Bachelor host Chris Harrison on Thursday morning by suggesting Harrison's apology for defending a racism scandal on his show were insincere and just a means of getting his job back. Harrison took an indefinite leave of absence from the show after defending contestant Rachael Kirkconnell, 24, for an attending an 'Old South', plantation-themed party in 2018.   He defended her during an interview on February 10 with Rachael Lindsay, the first black Bachelorette, saying: 'Is it a good look in 2018 or is it not a good look in 2021? Because there's a big difference.... the woke police are out there. They are ripping this poor girl's life apart.'   Harrison apologized for the remarks on Instagram over the weekend after uproar.  He then appeared on Good Morning America on Thursday in an interview with Strahan to directly apologize to Lindsay for being so 'insensitive' and to announce that he would be returning to the show and 'be part of the change'. Strahan was not convinced, telling his co-hosts after the interview...
    He was the King depicted by William Shakespeare as a hunchback villain. But now geneticists are expected to shed light on whether or not Richard III really did have a dark side.  Scientists at Leicester University's department of genetics have sequenced the complete genome of the last Plantagenet King. The team is led by Professor Turi King, who in 2013 matched DNA from bones discovered under a car park in Leicester with living relatives of the monarch - confirming the remains belonged to him.  Along with offering new insights into his health and appearance, scientists are examining potential associations of genes with personality traits, including psychopathy, narcissism and propensity to commit violence, The Times reported. The findings could settle debate over whether Shakespeare's negative portrayal of him had a truthful foundation, or if the King was a victim of Tudor propaganda. Richard's negative image also partly comes from the long-held belief that he ordered the murder of the 'Princes in the Tower' - King Edward V and Richard, Duke of York - in 1483.   The princes were the sons of King...
    New York : Will former President Donald Trump be able to live in his Florida club? The Palm Beach City Council He debated this Tuesday in a public hearing whether the former president has the right to reside in his Mar-a-Lago club, but the decision on this matter will not be made until next April. The day the second impeachment trial of the now-former president began in the Washington Senate, this time for the assault on the Capitol by his supporters, Trump was at the same time the center of the most anticipated part of the meeting of the city ​​Council of a city inhabited mostly by wealthy people. At the hearing, which was held by Zoom and was for informational purposes only, their views were expressed by John “Skip” Randolph, City Attorney; John Marion, representing Trump; Reginald G. Stambaugh, representing a group of Mar-A-Lago residents, and Philip Johnston, representing a group dedicated to preserving the “quality of life” of this city of the rich and famous. The first two defended that Trump has the right to live in...
    A woman who discovered her husband has been having an affair for four years, has been urged to tell her family the truth about their separation instead of pretending that it was a mutual decision. The UK-based mother-of-two took to Mumsnet, to ask for advice on telling her friends and family about her decision to separate from her husband and father of her children. She explained that they've been together for 11 years, and have two children under two, including a nine-week-old baby, but she's discovered he's been cheating on her for the past four years.  Explaining that her loved ones will be devastated and will struggle to be around him, she fears that she will ultimately lose out because they will have to share special occasions such as their children's birthdays between them, instead of gathering as a family.   However, a stream of users said that he doesn't deserve her protection and that she shouldn't have to lie for him.  A woman who lives in the UK, sparked a debate about telling friends and family about the reasons...
    Buddy Valastro is trying to stay positive after a bowling accident caused severe damage to his right hand. The "Cake Boss" star spoke to Entertainment Tonight about his prognosis since the incident in September and whether or not he'll be able to return to baking and decorating cakes.  "Well, I'm feeling good, you know, I feel like I'm in good spirits trying to look at the glass half full versus half empty," he shared. "I'm, you know, just trying to recover and get all my strength back and see exactly what the full extent of everything is gonna wind up being, you know, because it's still a little unforeseen. But the positives, I still have my hand right. I could've lost fingers and could've went through my wrist and been a lot worse. So, I'm taking it day by day and cake by cake." 'CAKE BOSS' STAR BUDDY VALASTRO REVEALS HE UNDERWENT A THIRD SURGERY TO FIX HIS INJURED HAND Valastro was bowling with his family when his hand got caught in the pinsetter and his hand was impaled numerous...
    Reuters November 14, 2020 0 Comments U.S. President-elect Joe Biden solidified his election victory on Friday by winning the state of Georgia, and President Donald Trump said “time will tell” if another administration takes over soon, the closest he has come to acknowledging Biden could succeed him. Edison Research, which made the Georgia call, also projected that North Carolina, the only other battleground state with an outstanding vote count, would go to Trump, finalizing the electoral vote tally at 306 for Biden to 232 for Trump. The numbers gave Biden, a Democrat, a resounding defeat of Trump in the Electoral College, equal to the 306 votes that Trump, a Republican, won to defeat Hillary Clinton in a 2016 victory Trump called a “landslide.” At a White House event where he predicted a coronavirus vaccine would be available for the whole population by April, Trump edged closer to acknowledging he might leave the White House in January but stopped short. “This administration will not be going to a lockdown. Hopefully the, uh, whatever happens in the future – who knows...
    Khabib Nurmagomedov. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images Only time will tell whether Khabib Nurmagomedov actually sticks to his retirement plan or not. That's according to his long-time trainer Javier Mendez, from the American Kickboxing Academy in San Jose, California. Mendez said he was unaware Nurmagomedov was going to announce his retirement, but added that the fighter was emotionally "all over the place" on Fight Island last weekend. One of Nurmagomedov's lightweight rivals Tony Ferguson doubts Nurmagomedov will stay on the sidelines, and said he'll stay ready should he ever return to the UFC Octagon. The Russian Boxing Federation also said that their door would be open if Nurmagomedov wanted to take part in a charity exhibition, or a pro boxing match. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Khabib Nurmagomedov's coach said only time will tell whether the UFC fighter will stay retired as he was emotionally "all over the place" after his fight on Fight Island Saturday. Nurmagomedov defeated the American striking maestro Justin Gaethje in the second round with a triangle choke submission...
    FURIOUS Luis Suarez has demanded the Barcelona board talk to him and tell the striker if he is up for sale as transfer talk hots up. The forward, 33, remains in the dark about his future at the Nou Camp. 2Luis Suarez hit out at Barcelona and demanded they tell him what is going on with his future at the clubCredit: Getty Images - Getty Following the embarrassment to Bayern Munich and immediate shake up with Quique Setien and Eric Abidal sacked, the majority of the squad are in the shop window. But in an interview with El Pais, Suarez blasted the club for their lack of communication and insists he does not know where he stands. He said: "There is talk of some names that the president gave, of changes that can be made, but nobody told me that they want to do without me. "If this is the desire of the club, it would be good if the person in charge who chooses speaks directly to me. "Better so than filter if I am one of those...
    Barr echoed Trump's accusation. During an event at the White House, the attorney general said administration officials who have access to sensitive information typically sign nondisclosure agreements that require them to go through a clearance process before they can publish something based on information they accessed in the job. "We don't believe that Bolton went through that process — hasn't completed the process — and, therefore, is in violation of that agreement," Barr said. The Trump administration is "trying to get them to complete the process — go through the process — and make the necessary deletions of classified information," Barr said. Bolton's book, "The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir," was supposed to be released in March. Its release date was twice delayed and it is now set to be released next week by publisher Simon & Schuster. "Bolton covers an array of topics — chaos in the White House, sure, but also assessments of major players, the president's inconsistent, scattershot decision-making process, and his dealings with allies and enemies alike, from China, Russia, Ukraine, North Korea,...
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