Peruvian lawyer is caught on Zoom having SEX during remand hearing

Peruvian lawyer Hector Paredes Robles was branded a disgrace by the judge presiding over the virtual remand hearing after launching into an X-rated performance with his computer camera on.
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Mariah Carey’s brother ‘sues her over violent childhood claims made in 2020 memoir’
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Susanna Reid hits back at Good Morning Britain guest who declares Piers Morgan ‘biggest troll against Meghan Markle’
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Mikel Arteta unhappy as Europa League switch hands Tottenham derby advantage
Spurs will play their first leg at home while Arsenal make the near-3000 mile round trip to Athens
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Emmerdale’s Charlie Hardwick reveals she was ‘horrified’ by Val Pollard’s death
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Saracens begin life in second tier insisting there is no chip on their shoulder
“The situation last season was what it was and we find ourselves where we are. But I don’t think we’re using that in terms of feeling hard done by"
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Liverpool are right not to release players for international duty - and they won’t be alone
The November break led to a spike in positive Covid cases, and the 10-day mandatory quarantine period from red list countries is a further headache clubs don’t want to contend with 
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Police make another arrest as two charged with murder of man in north Manchester
Alan Murphy, 39, was found in a critical condition after officers were called to Whitstable Road in Moston on February 18
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Jimmy Fallon pays homage to WandaVision with Elizabeth Olsen in time-hopping sketch
A surprise guest cropped up at the end of the sketch
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Clara Amfo ‘honoured’ as she’s turned into a Barbie role model
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Lufthansa warns of pandemic’s ‘negative effect on security situation’
German national airline issues stark warnings about the future
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Why is Royal Family called The Firm? Prince Philip's nickname that stuck
Meghan Markle called the Royal Family by the name The Firm during her interview with Oprah Winfrey and her use of the term has sparked a flurry of speculation over her relationship with her inlaws
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Patrick van Aanholt: Crystal Palace defender sent racist abuse on social media after Manchester United draw
Crystal Palace defender Patrick van Aanholt has been subjected to vile racist abuse on social media following Wednesday night’s Premier League clash with Manchester United.
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Phillip Schofield tipped to take over The Chase from Bradley Walsh in shake-up
This Morning star Phillip Schofield is tipped to be the new face of The Chase, if Bradley Walsh decides to leave the quiz show, betting giant Paddy Power predict
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Manchester United’s latest slump comes as no surprise in season of boom and bust
United have played themselves into a slog while their cross-city rivals have accelerated into the distance ahead of the Manchester derby on Sunday
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13 ways to treat the lady of the house this Mother’s Day
Sam Wylie-Harris shortlists some gorgeous gifts to style up her living space this Mother’s Day.
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Bond yield worries hit markets again; Deliveroo picks London for float – business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsIntroduction: Bond yield worries are backDeliveroo picks London for IPO 8.44am GMT Deliveroo’s IPO would give London a “much-need win” over rival markets, says the FT: Deliveroo has chosen London for its highly anticipated initial public offering after Rishi Sunak, the UK chancellor, endorsed an overhaul of listing rules to allow founders to retain more control after going public.The multibillion-pound IPO is expected to be among London’s largest this year, handing the City a much-needed win over New York and Amsterdam at a time of feverish activity in new tech listings. Until today, it was unclear whether the most hotly anticipated tech float of a UK company would be in the UK or on Wall Street. Deliveroo’s float will follow those of tech companies Moonpig, The Hut Group and, in the pipeline, Trustpilot and Auction Technology Group.Boom! London wins the Deliveroo $8bn float https://t.co/sH0x7aBclSThe [dual-class] share structure, which typically gives founders a greater say in shareholder votes, will provide Chief Executive Officer Will Shu with “stability” to execute long-term plans, the food-delivery company said in a statement on Thursday. Deliveroo, which was founded in 2013 and provides online ordering and delivery services to restaurants and grocery stores, was valued at more than $7 billion in its latest funding round in January. The company and others like it have seen an explosion in orders in the last year as Covid-19 restrictions kept customers out of stores and restaurants. 8.33am GMT Chancellor Rishi Sunak has welcomed Deliveroo’s decision to pick London, saying:“The UK is one of the best places in the world to start, grow and list a business - and we’re determined to build on this reputation now we’ve left the EU.“That’s why we are looking at reforms to encourage even more high growth, dynamic businesses to list in the UK. Continue reading...
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Pregnant Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn shows off bump in lavish shoot
Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn, who is expecting her first child with her husband Christian Richard, has shown off her baby bump for the first time
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Meghan Markle 'speaks facts' with unusual body language and slams Palace 'lies'
EXCLUSIVE: Expert and author Judi James examines Meghan Markle's body language during her bombshell tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey
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Moxie star Josie Totah says cisgender men shouldn’t be awarded for ‘putting on a wig’ and playing trans parts
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Universal credit cut in autumn could plunge ‘500,000 people into poverty’, Rishi Sunak warned
‘Government has chosen to cut the main rate of unemployment support to its lowest level since 1990’
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Government may start offering ‘cash for exercise’ to tackle obesity epidemic
Ministers will get advice from Sir Keith Mills, who founded the Air Miles and Nectar customer loyalty programmes
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Ryan Thomas: Coronation Street star reveals he’s quit acting due to rejections and online criticism
Actor played Jason Grimshaw on the ITV soap for 16 years running
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'Transformational': Yorkshire firm cleans up donated laptops for pupils at home
Pudsey Computers aims to level playing field so every student has access to individual device“We wanted to level the playing field,” said Steven Lightfoot, of his project repairing hundreds of laptops and tablets and supplying them to children in Leeds who don’t have their own. “It’s about every person in the household having access to a device. My own kids want to continue learning while they’re at home. Some families are lucky enough to be able to do that, but some don’t have the option.”Lightfoot, who has two school-age children and a toddler, is managing director of Pudsey Computers, a small IT repairs company located in a town of the same name between Leeds and Bradford. He and his team have mended and updated more than 450 devices donated by members of the community, in an attempt to provide each local child with access to an individual device on which to study while they are learning remotely. It works alongside a programme from the Department for Education (DfE) to distribute millions of laptops and tablets to children in England who need them. Continue reading...
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Beer we go! Wetherspoon will open its gardens from April 12 
Wetherspoons pubs in England will be open from 9am to 9pm from Sunday to Thursday and 9am to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
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9 best World Book Day 2021 costumes ideas: From Willy Wonka to Alice in Wonderland
Falling on 4 March this year, get inspired for World Book Day with these literary ideas
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Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund with TikTok awards £120k to help the next generation of West End stars
The successful recipients were told the life-changing news by our Theatre Fund panel members
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Neil Robertson stunned by ‘cool’ 17-year-old Lei Peifan at Gibraltar Open
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The two areas of Stockport that could now be Covid-free
It's further encouraging news for the borough which hit its 100,000 first Covid jab milestone this week.
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The young woman struggling on £70 a week who's spent lockdown feeding the hungry
Jen Savaris, 27, has put others before her own problems during the coronavirus pandemic
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Bruce 'branded a coward by Ritchie in Newcastle training ground bust up'
The two were reportedly involved in a heated row on Tuesday as the Magpies' relegation worries continue to grow
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8 reasons to get excited about spring fashion
Start planning your new-season wardrobe now, with Katie Wright’s SS21 trend guide.
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How to boost your body confidence in lockdown and beyond
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We can't contact Woodland Trust after root and branch cyber-attack
I applied for a grant under its MOREwoods scheme to fund planting, and have heard nothingI am hoping you will be able to uncover what is happening at the Woodland Trust, an organisation which featured very positively in your paper recently. Its MOREwoods scheme helps fund woodland planting schemes that involve more than 500 trees.I successfully applied for a grant in November, and was supposed to start planting this March. However, I’ve heard nothing for three months and have been unable to make contact. Its website says that activities are suspended due to a serious cyber-attack and inquiries are directed to a phone number. Continue reading...
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Ibrahima Konate to Arsenal: What what we know so far about transfer interest in RB Leipzig defender
The Gunners are admirers of the 21-year-old centre-back - and here’s what fans could expect
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When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?
When children can get COVID-19 vaccines will depend on their age, but some teenagers could be rolling up their sleeves before long
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Plans for 174 homes on land formerly home to social housing highrise blocks
People can now have their say on the plans in a virtual consultation
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Budget 2021: Fury over Rishi Sunak's 'stealth tax' on the middle classes
Chancellor Rishi Sunak's decision not to raise income tax and National Insurance thresholds will amount to a pay cut in real terms for millions of hard-working, middle-class families.
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‘I really needed to fall apart’: Billie Piper opens up about her ‘reckless twenties’
‘On some level, I’m always going to be interested in love in a way that throws logic to the floor,’ said the 38-year-old
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises Dean Henderson and provides David de Gea update after Crystal Palace draw
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Jurassic Farm bringing giant animatronic dinosaurs to Manchester this summer
The event will feature 'walking dinosaurs', fossil digs, a dino stage show and more
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Biden news - live: Militia group ‘planning Capitol attack today’ as Trump faces lawsuit for 6 January riot
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GMB guest told off by 'angry' Susanna after branding absent Piers a 'troll'
Ayesha Hazarika appeared on Good Morning to speak about Meghan Markle's recent explosive comments about the royal family - and lashed out at Piers Morgan for being the 'biggest troll'
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Coronavirus risk for teachers ‘higher in lockdown’
Teachers have had a “little bit higher risk” of infection with coronavirus during the national lockdown, new figures suggest.
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Ann-Katrin Berger saves two penalties as Chelsea defeat Atletico Madrid
Chelsea 2-0 Atletico: Blues recovered from Sophie Ingle’s early red card to seal an impressive win
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Kings of Leon to offer new album as an NFT in music industry first
Tokens will unlock access to front-row seats and limited-edition vinyl
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‘Bart will celebrate his 10th birthday for the 33rd time’: The Simpsons renewed for 2 more seasons
Renewal takes Emmy-winning show up to 2023
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Scottish Parliament protest: Climate activist scales Holyrood roof as police race to scene
A CLIMATE CHANGE activist has scaled the Scottish Parliament building holding a banner calling for the topical issue to be taken seriously.
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Inside Politics: Boris Johnson ‘set to breach international law’ over Brexit, says EU
Brussels is furious over No 10’s unilateral decision to extend protocol grace periods, writes Adam Forrest
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