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Donald Trump’s sister says he has ‘no principles’ and ‘you can’t trust him’

Donald Trump‘s sister said her brother has ‘no principles’, ‘you can’t trust him’ and he has been ‘lying’ throughout his presidency, according to secret audio recorded by the president’s niece. Maryanne Trump Barry, 83, slammed the president for his ‘phoniness’ and called him ‘cruel’ over his controversial migrant policies where thousands of children were separated […]

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Harry Maguire racked up a ‘£63,000 bar bill’ before Mykonos brawl that saw him ‘punch a cop’

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire racked up a £63,000 bar bill before his alleged attack on a policeman while on a night out with pals on the Greek island of Mykonos, fresh reports claim. The England international was arrested after being accused of punching an officer in a brawl which broke out after his sister, […]

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Michael Gove is ‘working round the clock’ to prepare Britain for a No Deal Brexit

Michael Gove is ‘working round the clock’ to prepare Britain for a No Deal Brexit, as the UK’s trade talks with the EU continued to be deadlocked. Sources say that the Cabinet Office Minister – who played a leading role in the Vote Leave campaign – has intensified the Government’s preparation for the failure of […]

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Sex symbol? But I smell of pig poo, says BBC Countryfile’s Kate Humble

She’s the popular star of some of the BBC‘s best-loved shows, but Kate Humble laughs off suggestions she is a sex symbol, declaring: ‘I smell of pig s***.’ The self-effacing presenter, 51, claims it is only the ‘deranged and desperate’ who find her attractive and admits her ‘wholesome’ reputation is undeserved because she is so foul-mouthed. […]

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SIX MILLION furloughed workers broke rules by doing jobs from home in lockdown, major report finds

Six million furloughed workers broke the rules by doing their jobs from home during lockdown, according to a major report. Almost two-thirds of the 9.4 million people whose salaries were paid by the Government worked during April and May, despite businesses being banned from claiming for employees who did so. Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s £30 billion […]

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Heavy-handed Manchester police raided a birthday party for a 10-year-old girl

Police have been branded heavy-handed after they broke up a child’s back garden birthday party for breaching lockdown rules.  Officers turned up at the house in Greater Manchester after a neighbour’s tip-off that residents were breaking strict local curbs on private gatherings.  They discovered members of three different families there despite recent Government restrictions slapped […]

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UK’s Chief Medical Officers tell parents their children can return to classrooms next month

Parents can send their children back to school next month safe in the knowledge that they face an ‘exceptionally small risk’ from coronavirus, the UK’s Chief Medical Officers have said in a unanimous ruling. The highly unusual ‘consensus statement’ from the country’s most senior experts removes the final hurdle to the resumption of full-time teaching in […]

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Trump says the results might not be known for weeks, months, maybe ever

President Donald Trump has claimed that the Democrats would bring chaos to the United States if Joe Biden wins the White House in November. ‘If our opponents prevail no one will be safe in our country,’ Trump told conservative activists on Friday in his first speech since the Democratic National Convention ended this week. ‘I’m the […]

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Ant McPartlin and Anne-Marie Corbett get caught in the rain as they enjoy windy walk with their dogs

Ant McPartlin and his girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett got caught in the rain during a windy walk with their beloved dogs in London on Saturday. The ITV star, 44, appeared in good spirits despite the weather as he headed out with his two Maltipoos and Labrador Hurley, whom he shares with his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong.  Their outing […]

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Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says Covid restrictions are driving down new infections

Andy Burnham has said the coronavirus restrictions in Greater Manchester are working and driving down case numbers amid fears of a second national lockdown if Britain sees rise in cases similar to Spain.  The Greater Manchester mayor told the BBC that the numbers were beginning to ‘move in the right direction’ and hoped more boroughs […]

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Girl, 15, dies after speedboat crashes into a buoy on a marina near Southampton

A teenager has died and eleven others were taken to hospital after a speedboat crashed into a buoy this morning during choppy conditions. A 15-year-old girl was pronounced dead in hospital after the collision in Marchwood Marina, Netley, near Southampton at around 10.10am.  Two others were flung into the water, suffering minor injuries, but the […]

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Carrie Symonds, 32, shares photos of PM hiking with Wilfred in a baby sling

Photographs of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s staycation in the Scottish Highlands have emerged showing the loved-up politician enjoying walks with his fiance Carrie Symonds, their baby son Wilfred and dog Dilyn. In one snap shared to Miss Symonds’ Instagram, Mr Johnson donned heavy-duty walking boots as he strolled with his baby strapped to his chest […]

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Huge 100ft waves batter the coast… but summer is back (briefly)!

Hundreds of Britons have been soaking up the 73F sun on the UK’s beaches while strong winds from the tail-end of Storm Ellen continue to stir up giant tides along the coast. Gales which battered parts of the nation have slightly eased following disruption to coastal areas and warnings from emergency services but are still triggering […]

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Marcus Rashford seen arriving at Heathrow three days after he was seen drinking with Harry Maguire

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has been pictured returning home from his holiday in Mykonos while his club captain Harry Maguire remains on the Greek island following his arrest. Rashford was photographed arriving at Heathrow airport today only days after club captain Harry Maguire was arrested following a bar brawl. Marcus Rashford was seen drinking […]

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London’s Tower Bridge finally closes after being stuck OPEN for an hour

London‘s Tower Bridge was stuck open for more than an hour with traffic in the capital left in chaos. The historic crossing opened at around 4pm today to allow a ship travelling down the River Thames to pass through.  But the bridge’s arms, known as bascules, failed to close again afterwards with passersby reporting that […]

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Shocking moment boy racer speeding at 76mph in 30 zone causes rival to hit PREGNANT mother

This is the shocking moment a speeding driver seriously injuries a pregnant mother and her 12-month-old daughter without stopping. Bellal Ahmad, 29, from Stoke-on-Trent, had been racing another car at 76mph in a 30mph zone before causing the collision. The 17-year-old mother, who was pregnant with her second child, was carrying her daughter across Waterloo […]

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Lotto lout, 29, who won £1million on scratchcard spared jail after brutal attack on car wash boss

A lottery millionaire has been spared jail after he took part in a savage baseball attack on a car wash owner.   Jacob Hodge – who won a £1million jackpot two years ago – joined his two brothers in the garage assault after claiming that one of their cars was damaged. Along with twin Joshua, 29, […]

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Cinemas are deserted as owners pin hopes on Christopher Nolan blockbuster Tenet to revive industry

All eyes are on Britain’s deserted cinemas as they prepare for the first release of a Hollywood film since March, with the industry expecting its worst year at box office in three decades amid the coronavirus pandemic.  Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi film Tenet – starring David John Washington and Robert Pattinson – will hit the big […]

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Britain sees highest Saturday rise in Covid infections for eight weeks with 1,288 new cases

A surge in coronavirus cases in Scotland has driven the UK’s total to its biggest rise in eight weeks – as new infections north of the border hit 123, its highest daily total in three months. The Scottish total spiked by 57 per cent from yesterday and experts have blamed an outbreak at the 2 […]

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Mourner from Robert Trump’s funeral ‘punches restaurant worker in the face’

A mourner from Robert Trump’s funeral has allegedly punched a restaurant worker in the face telling them ‘you don’t know how to speak to people’ because the server told them they couldn’t fit their large party in the restaurant due to COVID-19 rules. The unidentified attacker assaulted a server at Fig & Olive restaurant in […]

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Head details ‘new normal’ plan for 350 students to be kept in ‘bubbles’

Wales High School headteacher Pepe Di’Iasio A headteacher has revealed a ‘new normal’ plan for 350 students to be kept in segregated ‘bubbles’ and a plan to lockdown the entire year if one child becomes infected when classes restart in September. Pepe Di’Iasio said Wales High School in Rotherham, Sheffield, will first welcome back year […]

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Volunteers filter into German arena so scientists can track how Covid-19 may spread at indoor events

A pop concert for 4,000 audience members is being staged in Germany to track how Covid-19 spreads in large indoor events.  Participants this morning lined up to take part in the RESTART-19 transmission risk assessment at Leipzig arena. The study, organised by the University Hospital of Halle, simulates a live concert venue in three different […]

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Police probing the New IRA arrest man, 62, on terror charge at Heathrow

Police investigating dissident republican group the New IRA have made an arrest at London‘s Heathrow Airport. The man, aged 62, was arrested under the Terrorism Act as part of Operation Arbacia – a cross-border investigation into the activities of the New IRA. Officers from Police Scotland are searching a property in the Blackhall area of Edinburgh following […]

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Expert reveals how to get your child back into a routine NOW ahead of returning to school

If you’re a parent right now, it’s likely you’re in one of two camps when it comes to the thought of kids going back to school.  Some may already have the wine on ice in anticipation of a move towards so-called normality, frazzled from six months of juggling homeschooling with working from home.  Others will […]

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Tory MP Johnny Mercer gives thumbs up as reveals huge black eye from canoeing accident

Johnny Mercer MP was forced to admit he’s not very good at canoeing after taking a knock to head on a trip down the Tamar River. Enjoying the weekend back in his Devon constituency, the Plymouth Moor View MP was paddling down the scenic waterway when he got into difficulty.  But the veterans minister was […]

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Harry Maguire ‘fought outside Greek bar after his sister was stabbed in the arm’ local media claims

Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was seen walking free from court today after allegedly attacking police officers when his younger sister was stabbed in the arm at a bar brawl, according to local media reports.     The £85million England International was seen leaving court today after spending three nights in a jail cell.    A brawl kicked […]

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The Masked Singer SHUT DOWN due to a coronavirus outbreak

The Masked Singer Australia has been rocked by a coronavirus outbreak. Seven dancers have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus and the show’s stars – including judges Dannii Minogue and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson – have been ordered to self-isolate immediately. Host Osher Günsberg is also self-isolating, as is the show’s production team. The COVID-19 bombshell came on […]

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Covid will be present ‘FOREVER’, warns SAGE scientist

Former chief scientific adviser Professor Sir Mark Walport (pictured) has warned that coronavirus will be present ‘forever’ and people are likely to need regular vaccinations against it  A former chief scientific adviser has warned that coronavirus will be present ‘forever’ and people are likely to need regular vaccinations against it.  Professor Sir Mark Walport, who […]

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Grant Shapps hints Britain could have ‘regionalised’ air bridges to Spain

Sunseekers returning from low-risk holiday islands could be exempt from quarantine as part of a review of the travel corridor scheme, it has emerged. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said ministers are examining the possibility of ‘regional travel corridors’ which could allow quarantine-free flights from destinations such as the Canaries or Balearics. The plans are due […]

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Nick Faldo is to marry ‘former topless dancer’ Lindsay De Marco and become her seventh husband

Nick Faldo is set to marry ‘former topless dancer’ Lindsay De Marco and become her seventh husband – meaning the couple will have eleven marriages between them when they tie the knot. The pair announced their engagement on social media, posting a picture showing Lindsay, 57, wearing a glitzy ring and captioning a thread of […]

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