Biden calls Putin a ‘worthy adversary’ but says US must prove democracy can prevail
President Joe Biden said that Russia’s Vladimir Putin was a “worthy adversary” but defended his plans to meet with him next week at a press conference Monday following the first day of a NATO summit in Brussels.
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Mormons and NAACP seek to advance work with new initiatives
Leaders from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are unveiling $9.25 million in new educational and humanitarian projects as they seek to build on an alliance formed with the NAACP in 2018
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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom enjoy a romantic stroll and a loving kiss in Venice
Having arrived in Venice over the weekend, Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom enjoyed a romantic stroll as they wandered around for some alone time on Monday.
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Coach Stefan Tarkovic praises Slovakia for nullifying Robert Lewandowski threat
The Poland striker could not make an impact as his side lost 2-1.
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'You're on my watch!' Speaker unleashes furious warning to Boris on 'unacceptable' conduct
THE Speaker of the House of Commons has unleashed a furious warning to Boris Johnson and branded his statement on the UK's Covid restrictions as "unacceptable" and "disrespectful".
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Arizona police under fire after officer claimed he could ‘smell’ illegal immigrants
Arrest was made using Arizona’s controversial ‘show me your papers’ law
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Hospital admissions ‘would have matched first wave’ if Freedom Day went ahead
Experts feared going ahead with step four of the road map could lead to hospital admissions on the scale of the first wave of Covid-19.
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Eddie Hearn: Anthony Joshua thinks Tyson Fury fight will never happen
Last month plans for an all-British heavyweight showdown were dashed when a legal ruling in the United States wrecked a proposed bout in Saudi Arabia.
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Brexit trade 'win' as Norway to approve £20bn deal with UK after heated backlash in Oslo
NORWAY's £20billion trade deal with the UK is to be passed in the country's Parliament after it achieved backing from a majority of Norwegian politicians.
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Ultimate UK LGBT Pride calendar 2021: Dates, times and locations
June is Pride month – but when do Pride events take place this year?
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Johnson maxes out his credit with Tory MPs: ‘It’s 19 July and I really mean it this time’
Fresh from his Cornish beach minibreak, PM returns to face Covid reality – and his furious backbenchersIt hardly came as a massive shock. Indeed, given the surge in coronavirus cases over the past few weeks, the surprise would have been if Boris Johnson had chosen to relax all remaining lockdown restrictions in England on 21 June. But it was unquestionably a disappointment – to the prime minister as well as several million others. Boris likes to be the feel-good man: taking on the role of the sensible purveyor of bad news rather cramps his style.So it was a somewhat subdued Johnson – it didn’t help that he was still coming down from his G7 Cornwall high – who entered the Downing Street briefing room, flanked by Chris Whitty and Patrick Vallance. There was a time in the early days of the pandemic when the chief medical officer and the chief scientific adviser were ingenues who, unknowingly, frequently allowed themselves to be used as human shields for government incompetence. Now they have both wised up and their presence was as much to make sure Boris didn’t have a last-minute change of heart as to do the heavy lifting of explaining the science and epidemiology. Continue reading...
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Alan Sugar moans about 'stupid question' in tense GB News chat with Dan Wootton
Lord Alan Sugar mocked Dan Wootton's "stupid question" in GB News' launch, which attracted criticism after a rocky launch with technical issues
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Wembley to host 40,000 fans for Euros knockouts with Wimbledon finals at full capacity
Next month’s Wimbledon finals will be played in front of capacity crowds, while 40,000 fans will be allowed at Wembley during the knockout stages of Euro 2020.
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Kalvin Phillips' tough upbringing, jailed dad, mum going hungry & fierce loyalty
England's emerging Euro 2020 star and Leeds United stalwart Kalvin Phillips had a difficult start to life but his loving mum and nan were behind his rise to the top
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Emmerdale spoilers: Diane Sugden discovers Meena Jutla killed her friend Nadine Butler?
Diane is intent on getting to the truth about Meena's refusal to open up about the death of her mate Nadine Butler.
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Emmerdale spoilers: Liv Flaherty exits as she heads off alone after refusing Aaron Dingle’s help?
Liv wants to be on her own, but have we seen the last of her?
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Pickup truck flying Nazi flag seen in California
California has seen several incidents relating to Nazi symbolism this year
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Elon Musk selling off last California home before starting Mars colony
‘It’s a special place’, says SpaceX and Tesla founder of Bay Area house
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'Makes me mad!' Miner in epic rant on pension shame 'billions should be there!' - VIDEO
A FURIOUS miner has unleashed a scathing attack on the management of the miners' pension and claimed "billions" has been taken out of the fund.
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Woman falls 150ft to her death as she climbed down to the beach at Durdle Door in Dorset 
Emergency teams rushed to Durdle Door in Dorset today after a woman, who had been climbing down the cliffs above Man o' War beach, fell onto the rocks below at 3.07pm.
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Full capacity for Wimbledon finals and 40,000 for Wembley’s last four Euro games
The easing of Government restrictions has been delayed by four weeks but plans have been confirmed for a number of pilot events.
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PM says he is ‘concerned’ about vaccination levels in London
Boris Johnson has admitted he is “concerned” that London’s Covid-19 vaccination rate is lagging behind other areas of the UK.
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Despite health woes, Robert Durst murder trial continues
A judge has ordered that the murder trial of New York real estate heir Robert Durst will continue, despite defense requests for a delay because he’s in too much pain
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck can’t stop smooching as they confirm Bennifer reunion with PDA-filled dinner
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Boy, 3, 'left covered in blood after being run over by caterpillar ride'
"Shocked" witnesses said the toddler was unable to get back on his own two feet after being hit by the ride at the fairground in Ardingly, West Sussex
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Public inquiry opens into Met police killing of unarmed Jermaine Baker
Bug picked up occupants of car in which Baker was shot saying they did not have a real gun, inquiry told A public inquiry into the death of an unarmed man shot by a Metropolitan police marksman during a foiled prison break has heard that a bug in the getaway car picked up the occupants saying they did not have a real gun.The opening day of the hearing on Monday also heard that Jermaine Baker may have been asleep shortly before armed police descended on the car and he was shot. Continue reading...
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Examination yet to confirm bodies are Tulsa massacre victims
An investigator says the examination of remains exhumed from a Tulsa cemetery has not yet confirmed that they were victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
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Thousands in Hungary protest anti-LGBT bills on eve of vote
Protesters and human rights officials have urged lawmakers in Hungary to reject legislation banning any content portraying or promoting homosexuality or sex reassignment to anyone under 18
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Vaccines over 90 per cent effective against hospitalisation from Delta variant
Data shows that people who have both doses of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca jab are highly protected against serious illness
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Timeline on fan attendance at sport events
The Government has decided to delay plans to ease all restrictions by up to four weeks.
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Sir Ian McKellen says Andrew Lloyd Webber ‘right to get passionate about theatre’ but ‘prison’s going a bit far’
Andrew Lloyd Webber said he was willing to risk being arrested to reopen theatres as normal.
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West Brom have ‘faced setbacks’ in search for new boss, admits chief executive
Xu Ke said the Baggies had not yet made a formal offer to any candidate as they look for Sam Allardyce’s replacement.
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Delay in lifting wedding restrictions a ‘slap in the face’ for engaged couples
Brides-to-be and events planners have also called for more clarity on the rules following the Downing Street conference.
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School locked down after police were called to 'large gathering' in Rochdale
Students were held back and the school gates were locked while teachers waited for police to attend
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Jesse Lingard makes decision on Man United future and more transfer rumours
Man United's Jesse Lingard has decided where his future lies and more transfer gossip.
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Coronavirus: Chris Whitty says children could be vaccinated if Covid disrupts their education
The chief medical officer for England said the 'key thing for children is safety' and that pharmaceutical companies are testing the jabs to make sure they are safe for children to have.
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Health leaders ‘relieved’ by lockdown extension
The NHS can use the time to vaccinate more people, health leaders said,
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UK regulator warns Google about accepting scam adverts
FCA tells MPs it will take action against social media and search engines that host online fraudsThe City regulator has warned it will take legal action against Google and social media companies if they continue to accept advertisements for online financial scams that have flourished during the pandemic. The Financial Conduct Authority’s head of enforcement, Mark Steward, told the Treasury select committee on Monday that the UK had been blocked until recently from taking action against online platforms that failed to screen financial adverts to make sure they were approved by an FCA-authorised firm or individual. Continue reading...
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Josh Adams eager to link up with Lions team-mate Stuart Hogg
Adams has developed into a ruthless finisher on the wing for Wales after amassing 17 tries in 32 Tests.
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Workers push back against hospitals requiring COVID vaccines
Jennifer Bridges, a registered nurse in Houston, is steadfast in her belief that it’s wrong for her employer to force hospital workers like her to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or lose their jobs
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Jason Manford donates plasma to help save lives on World Blood Donor Day
The Salford comic was joined by his mum Sharon who has been working on the coronavirus frontline
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Donald Trump Jr mocked for wishing his father a happy birthday – on Twitter
‘Too bad he can’t read this’
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Heather Watson battles past Viktorija Golubic at Birmingham’s Viking Classic
The 29-year-old set up a second-round clash against sixth seed Shuai Zhang in claiming an important win to ease her patchy recent form.
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New this week: Kevin Hart in 'Fatherhood, 'iCarly' & 'Luca'
This week’s new entertainment releases include fresh music from H
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More visits out for care home residents without needing to isolate on return
And new residents entering a care home from the community will no longer need to isolate for 14 days.
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Woman questions whether she is wrong after barring sister from having her honeymoon in her home
‘Make sure all the locks are changed...” one commenter wrote after reading situation
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Moment police haul 'rude' Ryanair passenger off flight from Portugal
EXCLUSIVE: Footage shows passengers saying 'bye mate', 'see you later, p***' and 'bye c***' as the unpopular customer was led away by police after landing at Stansted at just after 9pm yesterday.
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Woman dies after falling 150ft from Durdle Door cliffs
She suffered serious injuries after falling at around 3pm today.
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