FURIOUS Trump demands Supreme Court intervene and ‘overturn’ the election ‘immediately’



DONALD TRUMP has released a 46-minute video in which he furiously called for the courts to "overturn" last month's presidential election result "immediately".
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UN chief urges global alliance to counter rise of neo-Nazis
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is urging global action to build an alliance against the growth and spread of neo-Nazism, white supremacy and the resurgence of xenophobia, anti-Semitism, and hate speech sparked partly by the COVID-19 pandemic
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Vaccine hesitancy: what is behind the fears circulating in BAME communities?
Several national surveys suggest people from black, Asian and minority backgrounds are far more likely to reject having the Covid-19 vaccine than their white counterparts. Nazia Parveen and Annabel Sowemimo explain the root causes of this hesitancyThere are now more than 6 million people in the UK who have had at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine as efforts to speed up the inoculations process continue to intensify. But as more of those in the highest risk age groups get their jabs, there are growing concerns in government about the rates of vaccine hesitancy in some black and minority ethnic communities. The Guardian’s communities correspondent Nazia Parveen tells Rachel Humphreys that, despite evidence that those in minority groups were hit hardest by the first wave of Covid-19 last year, they are among the least likely to take up the offer of a vaccine. Misinformation circulating on social media including false rumours that the vaccine may contain alcohol or pork have spread widely and are proving difficult to counter. But perhaps more challengingly, there are structural, cultural and language barriers to overcome too. Continue reading...
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Prince Charles as King will ‘drive monarchy over cliff’ warns royal author in brutal snub
PRINCE CHARLES' ability to successfully succeed Queen Elizabeth II on the British throne has raised major concerns for a royal expert.
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Hawaii GOP official resigns after posting pro-QAnon tweets
A high-ranking official with the Hawaii Republican Party has resigned after posting a series of tweets about the QAnon conspiracy theory on the official party account
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Cat filmed being flung out of window in 'extremely concerning' incident
In the shocking footage, a man can be seen stroking a cat, before another man picks it up around the midriff and tosses it out of an open skylight, before shutting it again
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PAUL THOMAS on... quarantine for travellers
'I don't like it, Hodgkins - they're definitely up to something'
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Schools to 're-open primary school and key exam years first' under new plans
The Government is reportedly looking at “all options” to reopen schools and a source is claimed to have said schools will be 'the first' thing to reopen when lockdown is eased
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CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: You don't have to be dim to get on this quiz show - but it helps
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS: Are you dopey enough to tackle comedian Zoe Lyons's new quiz show, Lightning (BBC2)? Let's see: name the currency of Israel.
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Smaller investors face down hedge funds, as GameStop soars
A head-scratching David and Goliath story is playing out on Wall Street over the stock price of a money-losing video game retailer
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Utility to pay $2B settlement in deadly 2018 California fire
Southern California Edison will pay $2.2 billion to settle insurance claims from a deadly, destructive wildfire sparked by its equipment in 2018
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'Why do I keep getting these painful mouth ulcers?': DR MARTIN SCURR answers your health questions 
DR MARTIN SCURR: Mouth ulcers are a common, often recurrent, problem and I am sorry to hear that the numerous treatments you have tried have not helped.
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HMRC relaxes rules on tax returns amid fears coronavirus pandemic could cause millions to be fined
The traditional January 31 deadline for tax returns has been relaxed for the first time ever amid fears the pandemic could cause millions to be fined. HMRC will not penalise anyone who files before Feb. 28.
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CRAIG BROWN: Victor as a very grumpy PM? I DO believe it!
CRAIG BROWN: Sir Kenneth Branagh is set to star as Boris Johnson in This Sceptred Isle, a five-part drama series on Sky television.
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Joe Wicks's meals to keep you motivated
Joe Wicks shares some of his top tips for staying motivated to eat healthy and keep exercising, including setting goals for yourself. He also provides some of his top healthy recipes.
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Schools closures risk 'calamitous' impact on children's mental health, paediatricians warn
Leading child health experts in the UK have warned anxiety, depression and self-harm are all 'at frightening levels,' as they urge the Government to reopen schools.
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Ivanka Trump for 'tough' 2022 fight as Jared Kushner vows to ‘protect’ ex First Daughter
IVANKA TRUMP has been warned about a "tough" fight if she runs for office by a Florida senator, as speculations rises the former First Daughter wants a political career after Donald Trump left the White House.
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Personal trainer Rachel Dillon reveals why you should ditch fitness tracker and her top diet tips
Fitness trackers and smart watches have never been more popular, but one Australian personal trainer has warned you shouldn't rely on them if you're looking to get lean and stay healthy.
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TV stars, actors and radio hosts line up to slam Australia Day as January 26 gets underway
A host of celebrities have refused to celebrate Australia Day and have instead called for the date to be changed because it causes too much pain for First Nations people.
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UK arrivals 'to pay more than £1,000 for hotel quarantine stay' under new plans
The Best Western hotel chain said it was 'ready to step in' and were waiting for the Government 'green light' to provide 'safe, cared for Covid isolation for travellers requiring hotel quarantine'
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SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Financier Rich Ricci can only get richer if he wins High Court case
SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE ponders a High Court case involving aptly named financier Rich Ricci who could get even richer if the late payment dispute is ruled in his favour.
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Coronavirus live news: Biden warns deaths will pass 600,000 before US turns corner
Moderna says jab works against new variants; California eases lockdown; WHO warns rich-poor vaccine divide is growingBiden warns deaths will pass 600,000 before US turns cornerEU threatens to block vaccine exports amid AstraZeneca shortfallFrance bans certain homemade Covid masks for use in publicHealth secretary fires warning at MPs calling for England lockdown easingSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.49am GMT Coronavirus deaths and cases per day in the US dropped markedly over the past couple of weeks but are still running at alarmingly high levels, and the effort to snuff out coronavirus is becoming an ever more urgent race between the vaccine and the mutating virus, AP reports. The government’s top infectious-disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, said the improvement in numbers around the country appears to reflect a “natural peaking and then plateauing” after a holiday surge, rather than the arrival of the vaccine in mid-December.The US is recording just under 3,100 deaths a day on average, down from more than 3,350 less than two weeks ago. New cases are averaging about 170,000 a day after peaking at almost 250,000 on 11 January. The number of hospitalised Covid patients has fallen to about 110,000 from a high of 132,000 on 7 January. 1.36am GMT A doctor from the Wuhan hospital hit hardest by the Covid-19 epidemic has said he and colleagues suspected the virus was highly transmissible in early January last year, weeks before Chinese authorities admitted it, but were prevented from warning anyone.The doctor’s testimony – in a new BBC documentary on the 54 days between the first known case of coronavirus and the Wuhan lockdown – adds to mounting evidence of Beijing’s early attempts to cover up the virus outbreak, and intimidate healthworkers into staying quiet: Related: Wuhan doctor: China authorities stopped me sounding alarm on Covid Continue reading...
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Elizabeth Hurley, 55, poses TOPLESS beneath fluffy robe
Elizabeth Hurley set pulses racing as she went topless for a sizzling snap in the snow on Monday.
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Ofcom clears C4 over its 'deepfake' Queen message during festive broadcast
UK Media regulator revealed yesterday that the media regulator has decided not to investigate the 354 complaints it received about the Christmas Day broadcast.
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Janet Yellen confirmed as first female US treasury secretary
The Senate has approved Janet Yellen to be the nation’s 78th treasury secretary, making her the first woman to hold the job in the department’s 232-year history.
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Bombshell video shows Trump article of impeachment delivery after Biden Inauguration snub
DONALD TRUMP's second impeachment trial has been formally triggered on Monday evening following the violent protests at Capitol Hill earlier this month.
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US House delivers article of impeachment against Donald Trump to Senate
Senate trial will be the first-ever of a former US president, however the chances that Republicans will convict him are slimThe US House delivered its article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday evening, setting the stage for the first ever Senate trial of a former US president.For the second time in one just over a year, nine House impeachment managers carried an impeachment charge against Trump in a ceremonial procession across the US Capitol, where just a few weeks ago a violent mob laid siege to the building in a deadly assault on the seat of American government. Continue reading...
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The devil wears Gouda! Prada jumper that costs £905 looks like holey cheese
Prada's yellow turtleneck jumper may resemble Dutch cheese but the Italian fashion house is selling the item as part of its Spring/Summer 2021 collection for a whopping £905.
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Ageing Pompidou Centre in Paris to close for four years for renovation
French culture minister says it will be quicker and cheaper to close the cultural landmark entirelyThe Pompidou Centre, one of Paris’s top cultural attractions and home to Europe’s biggest modern art collection, is to close from 2023 for four years of renovations, France’s culture minister has said.Designed by architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, the Pompidou Centre opened in 1977 and is showing visible signs of ageing. Continue reading...
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A million people have upped alcohol intake to dangerous levels during Covid-19 pandemic, poll shows
The number of people drinking a harmful amount of alcohol each week has risen by more than a million since last year, according to a YouGov poll from Public Health England.
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Sport England announce plan to tackle inequality and make the country more active
EXCLUSIVE BY DAVID COVERDALE: They have had the impossible task of trying to grow grassroots sport and physical activity at a time when the nation has been ordered indoors.
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Cancer operations fell by 800 in the first fortnight of 2021 as Covid cases surged
An estimated 800 cancer surgeries - about 13 per cent - were delayed between January 3 and 17, with London and surrounding counties the worst hit.
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House Democrats deliver article of impeachment accusing Donald Trump of 'incitement of insurrection'
'The Senate has changed since I was there, but it hasn't changed that much,' he told a CNN reporter Monday evening just as the article of impeachment was delivered to the Senate.
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Liz Hurley labelled an 'outrage' for posing topless in snow for incredible pics
Elizabeth Hurley has turned up the heat as the snow settled around her during lockdown, with her stripping down to bikini briefs and fuzzy jacket
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Empty football stadiums have made players, and coaches more polite 
Experts compared players and staff during matches played both before leagues were suspended due to coronavirus and those played when football restarted without fans in stadiums.
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RUTH SUNDERLAND: Covid-19 didn't kill the High Street giants. It was grotesque greed 
RUTH SUTHERLAND: Financial Darwinism in its purest form has hit the High Street. Two once-great names, Debenhams and Topshop owner Arcadia, are about to evaporate from our towns.
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James Bond bosses to 'RE-SHOOT scenes in an attempt to save time-sensitive product placement deals'
Film's bosses will frustratingly have to re-shoot key scenes because the MI6 agent's technology is now out-of-date, it was reported on Monday.
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Keon Lincoln murder probe: Mother says she heard gunshots that killed her son
The mother of a 15-year-old boy who was murdered in broad daylight has appealed for help to track down his killers.
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Games Inbox: Xbox Series X UK stock update, Resident Evil 5 remake, and Knights Of The Old Republic 3
The Tuesday Inbox wonders what IO Interactive’s James Bond game will be like, as one reader feels sorry for CD Projekt developers.
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Mum watched baby die as first aider not sent in case it would be 'too traumatic'
Megan Thrupp and partner Kris Low learned that a first responder was on their street at the time of the tragedy but was not summoned because of policy
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Missouri bill would allow deadly force against demonstrators
A Missouri senator is trying to pass a bill that would allow the use of deadly force against protesters on private property
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Some COVID-19 survivors develop stutters and bizarre neurological effects
Scientists have found that coronavirus itself can attack parts of the brain but think neurological after-effects are more likely from the immune response going haywire.
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Who will be forced to quarantine and can I upgrade my hotel room? The new isolation for travellers 
As a first step, British travellers returning from high-risk countries where new strains of the virus have been detected, such as Brazil and South Africa, will be forced to isolate for ten days in airport hotels.
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Blonde star Ana de Armas says it took nine months of vocal coaching to capture Marilyn Monroe’s voice
‘It was a big torture, so exhausting. My brain was fried’
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Boris Johnson to sign off Border controls TODAY as returning Britons pay thousands
BRITONS returning from Brazil and South Africa will be required to pay £1,500 to be locked down in hotels for ten days under plans expected to be unveiled by the Government today.
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Capitol rioter apologises to AOC for assassination threat, says he attacked Congress on Trump’s orders
Garret Miller ‘ashamed’ of his comments towards New York lawmaker
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LEE ELLIOT MAJOR: I know how vital it is to help bridge Britain's digital divide
LEE ELLIOT MAJOR: What proved my salvation was education. It was the escape route from wage poverty and welfare dependency.
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Congressman urges Biden to fire USPS board of governors for ‘silence and complicity’ with Trump ‘arson’
Bill Pascrell says Postal Service officials ‘sat silent’ during former administration’s attacks on mail-in voting
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