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    KING Charles could strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles over fears they'll go "fully rouge" in the explosive memoir. Biographer Tom Bower has warned Harry's book Spare, which is set to hit shelves in less than three months time, will be "make or break" for the Sussexes. 2King Charles could strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their titles over Harry's memoirCredit: Getty 2Spare is set to hit the shelves on January 10Credit: The Mega Agency It could also affect Harry and Meghan's children's titles, which are said to be up in the air due to the memoir. Bower told The Sun said: "This book is really make or break. I imagine that King Charles has been warned that any retaliation won't be pretty. "All that King Charles can really do is to withhold the titles for his grandchildren Archie and Lilibet. "Ultimately, I suppose, he could take away Harry and Meghan's titles as well, but that's pretty drastic. Read more on SpareNEEDY HARRY GOES SPARE Harry branded 'pathetic' after calling his book Spare in royal digOH BROTHER William 'has barely...
    FROM showering less to ditching tumble dryer, the cost-of-living crisis has seen people using different methods to save money. But now, according to LADBaby, there is another hack that will help you with bills - and people have been saying they will never put their lights on again. 2The YouTuber shared the hack on his social media page, where viewers were quick to praise him for the genius solutionCredit: YouTube 2According to LADBaby, one such light costs just £15 and can be powered even on cloudy daysCredit: Getty The popular YouTube content creator, LADBaby, recently posted a hack to his 1.1 million followers, in a five minute video titled 'When Dad hacks lighting in the energy crisis'. In the clip, he cleverly arranged motion-sensored lighting - typically used outdoor - inside his kitchen, instead of the more common alternative of turning on the kitchen lights. ''If we don't move, it'll go off. But then when we walk into the kitchen at night, it'll come on. ''We don't have to turn the lights on.'' The unique method, he demonstrated, was...
    MILLIONS of us are frantically hunting bunting for Platinum Jubilee street parties being held all over the country during next week’s four-day Bank Holiday. But for the lucky residents of five streets, staging a jubilee jamboree will no longer be a headache – because they are the winners of our brilliant Sun street party competition. 7Millions of Brits will mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee by throwing a right royal knees-upCredit: Reuters 7Residents of Dumfries Street, Treorchy are one of the winning streets receiving vouchers to help them celebrate the Queen's Platinum JubileeCredit: Huw Evans We teamed up with Iceland and The Food Warehouse to give away five prizes of £2,000 so the winners could buy everything they need for their royal knees-up, including food, booze, table settings and, of course, bunting. Mike Ridley reveals our five winners – who are now streets ahead getting ready for the big weekend . . . Worcester THE patriotic people of Pinkett Street love a right royal knees-up. Since the Queen’s coronation in 1953 these locals have organised TEN royal parties in their road...
    KOURTNEY Kardashian's fans think she'll end her engagement to Travis Barker after spotting three "red flags". The 43-year-old's supporters were concerned after she revealed her IVF medication had put her into depression. 4Kourtney Kardashian's fans think she'll end her engagement to Travis Barker after spotting three 'red flags'Credit: Getty 4They pointed out that the 43-year-old is struggling with depressionCredit: instagram One user said Kourtney's depression, coupled with her and Travis' extreme PDA and her changing sense of style to fit Travis were signs that the relationship was doomed. The Poosh founder opened up about her mental health struggles to her mom Kris Jenner in the second episode of The Kardashians. “The medication that they’ve been giving me, they put me into menopause. It basically put me into depression," she said. Kris replied: “I feel like I’ve never seen you happier so the depression thing surprises me.” Read More on Kourtney KardashianA JENNER-OUS MAN Kris cries as she shares new details about Travis' proposal to Kourtney'SOMETHING LOOKS OFF' Kardashian fans spot ANOTHER 'photoshop fail' in Kourtney's pic...
    Chicago city workers who don't have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a group that includes about 2,800 cops, will be placed on nondisciplinary no-pay status on Sunday after the city won another court battle over its mandate last week. The city will consider disciplining workers on a case-by-base basis, said the office of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday. 'All city employees, including Chicago police officers, who fail to comply may also face disciplinary action, up to and including termination. These decisions will be addressed at an individual and department level, and are being undertaken in a manner that will not impact public safety or the continuity of everyday government operations,' her office said. About 2,800 Chicago police officers and 300 firefighters remain unvaccinated, according to WGN.  As of December, 6,621 officers had applied for religious exemptions, but 58 percent were still waiting for an answer. Only 1.5 percent of the requests had been granted. Chicago is facing a shortage of police officers as crime continues to spike in the Windy City, with robberies and murders outpacing last year's...
    Kathe and David Sackler are wealthy drug dealers. The Sackler family is one of the richest families in America. They made billions upon billions of dollars selling drugs to Americans through their pharmaceutical outfit, Perdue Pharma. Their OxyContin, the synthetic heroin-like painkiller—which they pushed and lied about—is the foundational drug that has led to our country’s opioid health crisis. With all of their money, the Sacklers have been able to buy candidates and politicians’ souls while also funding anti-democracy voter suppression initiatives. Just ask Republican bottom-feeder Sen. Susan Collins of Maine about the Sacklers if you want the company line repeated back at you. On Wednesday, the Sackler empire made it over what some are calling a “major hurdle” in their attempts to use the bankruptcy courts of our country to protect their fortunes from thousands of lawsuits. Perdue Pharmaceuticals filed for bankruptcy back in 2019 and not unlike fellow death purveyor the NRA, the move was a clear attempt to create immunity from developing legal problems. On Wednesday, NPR reports, “Federal Judge Robert Drain in White Plains, N.Y., moved the controversial deal forward despite objections...
    Amir Ismael; Insider If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Ugg is known for making high-quality, comfortable footwear, especially when it comes to slippers.  We tried some of the brand's most popular slipper styles for men and women to see how they fared.  For the amount of style and comfort you get, we think they're worth the price. Whenever I see a pair of sheepskin slippers or boots, I just assume they're Uggs. The ubiquitous brand is known and loved for its plush shoes that make your feet feel like they're being wrapped in a warm hug.  I grew up seeing people trot around in Uggs during the cold winter months in New England, but the brand actually got its start in a completely different climate. Ugg was founded in 1978 by Brian Smith, an Australian living in Southern California, as an homage to sheepskin — a commonly used material in his home country. With a focus on being comfortable, relaxed, and casual, Ugg embodied Southern California surf culture...
    (CNN)Three weeks after the US Capitol insurrection, authorities in Washington, DC, have gathered only limited information about the person who placed two devices that were rigged to explode outside of the headquarters of the Republican and Democratic parties on the day of the siege -- and are asking the public for help, afraid that the bomber could strike again.Remains of the pipe bombs, which were safely detonated by a robot at each scene, are being scrutinized at the FBI's lab in Quantico, Virginia, and officials have broadcast grainy images of the person suspected of planting them alongside a $75,000 reward for information.But as tips have poured in and charges have mounted against rioters who stormed the legislative building on January 6, the identity of the would-be bomber remains a mystery and one of the most troubling avenues of the massive federal investigation."They could potentially be building more bombs right now," said Ashan Benedict, the special agent in charge of the Washington Field Division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, in an interview Wednesday. At approximately 1:00 p.m....
    A “GRINCH” neighbour sent a note to a family saying there will be “hell to pay” if they put on a big Christmas lights display. The anonymous threat was sent to a family in Brisbane, Australia after they promised a “bigger and better” display of festival lights - after wowing locals at Halloween. 2A "grinch" neighbour sent a note to a family saying there will be “hell to pay” if they put on a big display of Christmas lights (Stock)Credit: Image Source - Getty 2The anonymous threat was sent to a family in Brisbane, Australia after they promised a “bigger and better” display of festival lightsCredit: Facebook The miserable "grinch" even demanded that the family don't decorate their house at all for Christmas, as it is "down right annoying" and would attract noise and traffic. The note, sent to the family on Monday, reads: “I see that you have started to put up your Christmas lights. “I hope it’s not going to be as big and disgusting as your Halloween display.” “I am telling you there is people in this...
    Minutes before the start of the 2020 vice presidential debate, Frank Fahrenkopf — co-chair of the the Commission for Presidential Debates — gave a blunt reminder to everyone in the audience to keep their masks on. “You were told when you entered here that you had to have your mask on,” Fahrenkopf said. “And the rules are that you will keep your masks on. And if you take your mask off, someone will approach you and ask you to please put your mask back on. If you do not put the mask back on, you will be advised that your ticket is canceled.” He pointed out that the ticket contains a pledge to follow protocol and that if people don’t follow the proper health and public safety guidelines, “you will be escorted by law enforcement from the premises.” “So we beg you. Please do not take your masks off,” he concluded. It likely wouldn’t have needed to be said, but at the first presidential debate last week, members of the Trump team did not wear masks. Moderator Chris Wallace...
    The gaunt, other-worldly figure of Julian Assange will loom from behind a perspex screen at the start of a four-week Old Bailey hearing tomorrow that is likely to determine his fate. Two courtrooms have been set aside for the proceedings. Much about the Assange case is oversized, not least the cost – put at tens of millions of pounds – and the sentence he faces of 175 years, should a district judge grant his extradition to the United States. Outside the court, supporters are expected to gather to deliver impassioned speeches, raise their fists in solidarity and cry: ‘Free Assange.’ One woman, Stella Morris, has been the most vocal supporter of the WikiLeaks founder, who faces 18 charges in America. These include conspiring to hack government computers and violating espionage law after he published a series of leaks in 2010 from former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning that Washington claims endangered the lives of US agents. Stella Morris (centre) and sons, Gabriel (right) and Max (left) leave Belmarsh Prison after visiting her partner and their father, Julian Assange...
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