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TikTok users go crazy over incredible £10 Maybelline Sky High Mascara
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Katie Price dresses up for TV appearance in Leeds before sharing sex life remark
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Nigella Lawson Has A Very Fitting And Ever-So-Shady Recipe For The Day Trump Leaves Office
Nigella Lawson appears to have thrown some shade in Donald Trump’s direction on the day the US president is set to leave office to make way for his successor, Joe Biden.On Thursday morning, fans couldn’t help noticing that Nigella had thrown it back to her 2015 cookbook Simply Nigella for her “recipe of the day”, which just happened to be… Bitter Orange Tart.Great choice for your Recipe of the Day, @Nigella_Lawson. pic.twitter.com/hBvIBSzVKF— Bally Singh (@putasinghonit) January 20, 2021Absolutely LOVE @Nigella_Lawson for making this her recipe of the day today pic.twitter.com/mhGbFrSaL1— Beth Granville (@BettyGranville) January 20, 2021Well played ⁦@Nigella_Lawson⁩. Well played
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Supply delays could hit February target to get 15 million vaccinated, minister admits
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Trump's Farewell Speech Was Everything You'd Expect It To Be: Petty, Threatening And Racist
On his way out of the seat of power, Donald Trump claimed credit for things he didn’t do, twisted his record on jobs, taxes, the pandemic and much more. Falsehoods littered his farewell remarks to the country. Twitter, his former playground – from which he is now banned for inciting rebellion in the aftermath of the Washington riot – was awash with reaction to the 20 minute address that was posted to YouTube and pointedly not carried live by many major networks. Here’s what people made of it: Biden who?  Trump could not bring himself to say Biden’s name once during the speech and nor will he attend the incoming president’s inauguration. He has refused to publicly concede to Biden and spent the weeks after the election blaming his loss on widespread voter fraud that didn’t exist. Trump also pettily refused to send a government plane to fly Biden to Washington, leaving him to charter his own aircraft. His predecessor Barack Obama sent Trump an Air Force One-type jet for his family’s arrival to Washington. trump refusing to mention biden in his farewell speech has the exact same energy as me refusing to look my sister in the eye to apologise after we got into fights when we were little— lila ráczkevy (@lilaraczkevy) January 20, 2021trump is a small, small man. Not just the hands. First he refuses to offer a military plane to bring Biden to DC, then exactly as Biden arrives, he starts his farewell speech.— Adrienne (@absinor) January 19, 2021What ‘movement’? Trump made clear he has no plans of going quietly into the night, telling his supporters that, as he prepares “to hand power over to a new administration at noon on Wednesday, I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning.“There’s never been anything like it,” he claimed.Many felt unsettled by the outgoing president’s decision not to elaborate on just what “movement” he was referring to. Donald Trump said his farewell like a villain that leaves the show in a cliffhanger and has a surprise for us in the next season. “The movement we started is only just beginning.”— Free UUilly (@free_uuilly) January 20, 2021“The movement we started is just beginning” from Trump’s farewell address sounds a lot like a threat to me— Carolyn Grace (@OfficialCGRiley) January 19, 2021Trumps farewell address is scary. "...the movement we started is only just beginning"— Jono #ATM (@JonoMGreaves) January 20, 2021Trump noted Americans had been “horrified” by the storming of the Capitol this month, but brushed past the encouragement he had given to the mob in advance and his praise of the attackers as “very special people” while they were still ransacking the seat of power. Priorities Trump painted a glowing picture of the American economy in his final address, claiming “millions had been lifted from poverty in just a few short years” in what he described as a “miracle”. He even made special mention of the advance of 401(k)s retirement and pension plans – before acknowledging the colossal 401,000 deaths of those who perished in the coronavirus pandemic. The USA has the highest death toll in the world due to the virus.In his farewell speech, President Trump mentioned 401(k)s before he mentioned the 401,000 people in the U.S. who have died of COVID-19.— Paige Cornwell (@pgcornwell) January 20, 2021‘Luck’ While Biden did not so much get a mention, Trump made a point of wishing the new administration “luck”. “We extend our best wishes. And we also want them to have luck — a very important word.”Many felt uncomfortable about the sentiment, with some even reading it as a veiled threat. Anyone else notice how President Trump really made sure to pronounce and draw attention to the word "LUCK" in his farewell speech???— Annie Mae West (@dea_deaboo) January 20, 2021Am I the only one that thinks the Luck word in the speech from Trump was strange?— Angel (@Angel88762896) January 20, 2021I think Trump put out a Code Word in his farewell speech. Just the way he said the word "Luck!" Just heard a piece of a clip.— YANEUSTAGE (@StageYaneu) January 20, 2021Michael, I’m nervous about his saying “good luck, you’ll need it. It’s an important word.” It sounded like a threat and Trump had that sarcastic look. I think he’s got something up his sleeve for today.— Truth and Justice (@jolawrence108) January 20, 2021‘Stood up to big pharma’ Trump has claimed to have brought prescription prices down after making it a core pledge of his 2016 campaign. He issued several executive orders in late 2020 meant to cut prices, but their impacts have been limited by legal challenges and other problems. In his leaving speech he told Americans: “We created choice and transparency in healthcare, stood up to big pharma in so many ways, but especially in our effort to get favoured-nations clauses added, which will give us the lowest prescription drug prices anywhere in the world.”Fact check: In December, a federal judge blocked a last-minute Trump administration rule aimed at lowering drug prices that was set to be implemented at the beginning of the year. It was challenged by drug industry groups including PhRMA, the nation’s leading pharmaceutical trade group.And many drug makers kicked off 2021 by raising US list prices on more than 500 drugs and include price increases from companies like Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline.This was not lost on people.It's amazing that part of Trump's farewell speech is that he fixed pharma prices. https://t.co/nvUaIcB1UA— Eli Szus (@eliszus) January 20, 2021Maybe if Congress actually looked at Trumps initiative to lower drug prices. https://t.co/Gp7nTz2nWY— Lazy (@Lazyykid20) January 20, 2021‘We did what we came here to do’ Trump made vague remarks about his administration doing “what we came here to do”.Fact check: He is leaving the White House with a less than exemplary record and he is the first president since Herbert Hoover in the Depression to leave office with fewer people in work than when he started. Impacted by Covid, of course, the US has about 2.8 million fewer jobs now than when Trump was inaugurated, and lost 140,000 just in December. And the job losses have fallen disproportionately on Black Americans, Hispanics and women.His comments also left the door open for people to speculate on what his comment might have meant..."We did what we came here to do." -- Trump in his farewell speech. So you came to the White House to cage and separate hundreds of innocent children from their families? To incite insurrection on the Capitol and interfere with the election? To kill 400,000+ Americans? Got it.— Matt
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'Kleptocrats' will try to block Libya elections, says UN envoy
Outgoing acting envoy Stephanie Williams also urges foreign powers to withdraw troops and mercenaries from countryA political class stretching across Libya’s east-west conflict lines is determined to maintain the status quo and privileged access to the coffers of the state, Stephanie Williams, the outgoing acting UN special envoy for Libya has warned.The American diplomat likened many of them to dinosaurs, saying they were linked to pre-revolutionary forces. Continue reading...
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Trump’s pardons: The list, from Steve Bannon to Lil Wayne
The 45th president granted clemency to allies including Steve Bannon, Roger Stone, Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn during his reign
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Student, 23, dies after getting her head trapped between car and a toll booth
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Burberry sales knocked by lockdowns, but fashion firm eyes post-pandemic growth
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Trump commutes sentence of ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick
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Frank Leboeuf names Brendan Rodgers as ideal replacement for Frank Lampard with pressure mounting on Chelsea boss
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