Brexit breakthrough: Boris deploys secret weapon AMT to woo Biden in US trade mission



ANNE-Marie Trevelyan will head to the US this week in a diplomatic mission to boost the UK's post-Brexit trade across the Atlantic.
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Office worker transforms his cubicle into a dreamy mountain cabin
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Comedian Christian Cabrera dies of Covid aged 40, days after sharing ‘regret’ over not having vaccine
'He touched so many people’s lives,' his family wrote.
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Richard Arnold ‘must be given time’ to succeed at Manchester United
Arnold will take the chief executive position on 1 February
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Going Gray Waiting: People React As The Met Requests Further Delay To Partygate Report
The Metropolitan Police have further delayed the publication of Sue Gray’spartygate report, prompting furious outrage on Twitter.The police have asked for “minimal reference” to the parties they are investigating to be included into the senior civil servant’s report, even though the internal probe was due for publication this week.The Met said: “For the events the Met is investigating, we asked for minimal reference to be made in the Cabinet Office report.“The Met did not ask for any limitations on other events in the report, or for the report to be delayed, but we have had ongoing contact with the Cabinet Office, including on the content of the report, to avoid any prejudice to our investigation.”Just two days ago, a Whitehall official told POLITICO’s Alex Wickham: “The report would be out in full by now if the Met hadn’t charged in.“It’s caused no end of complicated issues and the report may now have to look quite different.”It’s now believed the report will now be stripped of details of the “number of” parties being investigated by the Met.The police actually refused to investigate the alleged parties for several weeks, claiming they did look at “retrospective breaches” of Covid rules and that there was an absence of evidence.The new probe was reportedly launched once Gray passed evidence of criminal activity to the Met.Understandably, many members of the general public are frustrated at the prolonged wait of the report especially as the Cabinet Office’s internal inquiry was said to have been completed earlier this week.Here’s a round-up of the most scathing reactions to this fresh delay on Twitter:The Met:We’re not going to investigateWe’re not going to investigateWe’re not going to investigateWe’re not going to investigate*Sue Gray hands over all the piles of evidence*The MetOk we’ll investigate, but you can’t say shit— James Felton (@JimMFelton) January 28, 2022I wonder why the Metropolitan Police refused to launch an investigation into No. 10 parties despite overwhelming evidence, and then only did so at exactly the right moment to sabotage a potentially highly damaging report.It is a real mystery! pic.twitter.com/9pV3B151m8— Owen Jones
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Drivers on London Underground’s Night Tube to stage fresh strikes
The long-running dispute over rosters remains deadlocked, with weekend walkouts planned until June.
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Brit who survived sickle attack in Thailand attends memorial service for friend who was killed
Shaun Dagnan, 55, was severely injured and Marcus Evans, 49, died when a neighbour went for them during a row over playing music while drinking in Kanchanaburi.
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Drivers on London Underground’s Night Tube to stage fresh strikes
The long-running dispute over rosters remains deadlocked, with weekend walkouts planned until June.
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Danielle Collins credits grand slam run to upbringing on Florida’s public courts
Collins plays her first grand slam final against the home favourite.
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Suspected bird flu cases at Oldham park after six geese found dead
People are being warned not to touch any sick or dead birds in the area
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Ask me anything: Simon Calder answers your questions on changes to travel rules at home and abroad
With restrictions set to ease on the Continent and here in the UK, The Independent’s travel correspondent tackles your most pressing queries
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AP PHOTOS: Winter Olympic mascots through the years
One was decided by a newspaper poll, one by a public vote and some others through a contest. The most recent was chosen from thousands of global entries of illustrations by children. Over the years, the mascots for the Winter Olympics have been abstract forms, animals and humans.
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‘Are you stupid?’ – Daniil Medvedev’s shocking outburst at umpire in furious on-court rant
Never seen anything quite like it.
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Crystal Palace poised to sign Jean Philippe-Mateta on permanent transfer after January U-turn
Crystal Palace are closing in on a deal to make Jean Philippe-Mateta's loan move permanent.
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Chilling moment rapist is caught on CCTV carrying his victim through city centre
The video was initially released by West Yorkshire Police back in 2015 as they hunted for the predator. Seven years on, Austin Osayande, 40, has admitted raping the woman.
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Tyson Fury set to face Dillian Whyte as talks for Anthony Joshua to step aside collapse
Tyson Fury’s next opponent is expected to be officially decided in Mexico City on Friday with Dillian Whyte finally given a shot at the WBC heavyweight title.
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Government exams chief: 2022 exam changes will not advantage more able pupils
No standardisation model will be used to decide grades, says Ofqual’s chief regulator.
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Government exams chief: 2022 exam changes will not advantage more able pupils
No standardisation model will be used to decide grades, says Ofqual’s chief regulator.
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Unseasonably warm 57F temperaures in southern England on Saturday
Many Britons are set for a one-day break from the chill of winter tomorrow with most of England and Wales getting to at least 11C (52F) on Saturday afternoon with highs of 14C (57F) possible.
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Voices: Are you a Wordle ‘hater’? There’s a psychological reason for that
Social media heightens polarisation – people feel a secure sense of identity by associating with a group
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Man taken to hospital after being hit by car in Salford
Police and paramedics were called to the scene this morning
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Met Office weather warning issued over 75mph winds as storm to batter Britain within hours
THREE weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office as the end of January causes havoc for Britons.
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BBC fury: Plan to target unpaid licences leaves MP 'astonished'
THE BBC must focus on the future rather than drawing up plans to prosecute television licence evaders, a Tory MP has said.
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Andrew gives up membership at prestigious home of golf
The Duke of York is preparing to defend himself against a civil lawsuit which will be heard at a jury trial at the end of the year.
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Andrew gives up membership at prestigious home of golf
The Duke of York is preparing to defend himself against a civil lawsuit which will be heard at a jury trial at the end of the year.
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Channel 4 facing Ofcom probe over subtitles outage
The media watchdog said it ‘remains very concerned’ about the technical incident which led to the issues.
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Channel 4 facing Ofcom probe over subtitles outage
The media watchdog said it ‘remains very concerned’ about the technical incident which led to the issues.
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Uri Geller warns NASA to prepare for 'alien invasion' after baffling discovery
Uri Geller believes an energy source detected 4,000 light years away could be the chit-chat of 'superior' beings from outer space and he has now predicted a 'mass landing soon'
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"Who the f*** is that guy" UFC star quits six years after Conor McGregor jibe
Jeremy Stephens who is famous for being mocked by McGregor at a news conference in 2016, has now quit the UFC by choosing not re-sign after his previous deal expired
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Activists urge athletes to speak out at Beijing Olympics
Human rights activists have issued a call to action against the Beijing Olympics, imploring athletes and sponsors to speak out against what they call the “genocide games.”
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Tesco Bank to pay 12,000 drivers compensation over huge error
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Compagnie 111: aSH review – godlike serenity and transcendent movement
Barbican, LondonKuchipudi dancer Shantala Shivalingappa is hypnotically precise in a piece about renewal and transformation inspired by the Hindu god ShivaThe Hindu god Shiva is an inspiration for aSH, and Indian kuchipudi dancer Shantala Shivalingappa has a presence so self-possessedly serene as to qualify as godly. Her stillness goes deep, but even when she’s moving there is hypnotic constancy in her circling limbs. Long arms stretch into precision-cut angles but she doesn’t slash or slice the air, it’s more like the air silently parts to make way for her.Shivalingappa’s remarkable quality of movement has led her to be a muse for Peter Brook, Pina Bausch, Maurice Béjart and now French director Aurélien Bory, who has conceived this solo that Shivalingappa herself choreographed. The dancer is not entirely alone on stage. There’s percussionist Loïc Schild conjuring gentle tremolos and ominous rumbles, and there’s the set, designed by Bory, which is a character in its own right.At the Barbican, London, until 29 January as part of London international mime festival, which runs until 6 February. Continue reading...
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7 reasons why women might not be able to orgasm
Social pressures can play a part 
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‘Are you stupid?’ Daniil Medvedev rants at umpire during Australian Open semi-final against Stefanos Tsitsipas
Medvedev was infuriated by what he perceived to be on-court coaching from Tsitsipas’s box
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King crabs invade UK waters threatening native species
North Yorkshire fishers found pots heavy not with brown crab but with prized invaderInvasive king crabs have made their way to British shores, sparking fears that local brown crab and scallop populations could be decimated.This week, fishers in North Yorkshire found their pots heavy not with brown crab, but with the bright-red invader with long, spindly legs prized for their sweet flesh. London restaurants have already snapped up the haul, ready for weekend menus. Continue reading...
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Romola Garai promises her directorial debut Amulet delivers a ‘lot of horror and gore’: ‘I like to be discomforted when I’m watching things’
'I like violence... so I hope it delivers on that front.'
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Canada truckers’ vaccine protest spirals into calls to repeal all public health rules
Ahead of Saturday’s protest in Ottawa, Trudeau dismisses the group as a ‘small fringe’ that holds ‘unacceptable views’A convoy of truckers and their supporters is set to converge on the Canadian capital in a protest which has spiralled from frustrations over vaccine requirements into calls for the repeal of all public health measures – and even the overthrow of the federal government.Ahead of Saturday’s protest in Ottawa, the prime minister, Justin Trudeau, dismissed the group as a “small fringe” that held “unacceptable views” and didn’t reflect the majority of Canadians. Continue reading...
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Tom Banton out to replicate ‘best in the world’ Jos Buttler after clear-the-air call with Kevin Pietersen
Tom Banton says is hoping to follow in the footsteps of “best in the world” Jos Buttler, after so far seizing his opportunity to impress on England’s tour of the West Indies.
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UK weather forecast: Danger warning for 3 days of 70mph gales to smash into Britain
Most of Scotland, some parts of northern England and areas in Northern Ireland has been issued with a yellow weather warning, the Met Office have confirmed
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Robert Pattinson’s Batman is going to be seriously messed up – and I like it
Pattinson’s comment on the caped crusader’s dark psyche gives me hope that Matt Reeves’ film will have something to sayThe messed up psychology of Batman, masked defender of Gotham City, is so dense and peculiar that entire books have been written about it. This is perhaps why so many fans took umbrage at the caped crusader’s depiction during the Joel Schumacher years as a batnippled lightweight. There is really nothing fun about getting under the skin of the dark knight, only to discover he has all the psychological complexity of a Ken doll, as George Clooney and Val Kilmer should probably have worked out the minute they picked up their scripts.Nobody can accuse Robert Pattinson of not doing his homework in this regard. Speaking in the new issue of Premiere magazine’s French edition, the new Batman reveals that he wanted to get into the nitty-gritty of the superhero’s psyche from the minute he signed on. Continue reading...
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Dad furious as 'neighbours eat his children's KFC' after it was delivered to wrong house
An Uber Eats error meant the food was delivered to Jason Buckton's neighbours. The order did then eventually arrive, but he was shocked to find some of it was already eaten
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Retired Met police officer charged over rape 18 years ago
Stephen Kyere, who was off-duty at the time of the incident in 2004, will appear in court on 1 February A former Metropolitan police officer has been charged with rape, attempted rape and indecent assault, the force has said.Stephen Kyere was charged in relation to an incident when he was off-duty in Teddington, south-west London, in April 2004. Continue reading...
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David Bowie offered drugs to a young Michael Jackson, Randy Jackson claims in Janet documentary
Alleged incident occurred in the early Seventies when Jackson would have been 12 to 15 years old
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Greece: Rescue operation to help stranded young whale
Divers, vets and the coast guard have mounted a rescue operation to help a whale calf that has become trapped in shallow water in a seaside area of the Greek capital
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Johnny Knoxville suffered brain damage filming dangerous Jackass Forever stunt
‘I got a brain haemorrhage from that,’ revealed Knoxville. ‘My cognitive abilities were in steep decline’
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ITV GMB forced to cut to ad break after car crash interview
A debate on cancel culture quickly spiralled into a full-blown row
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