Donald Trump superfan erects electric fence to stop people stealing his election billboard
John Oliviera has put up an electric fence around his property to protect his Trump signs.
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‘She is a good person’: Fauci backs Pence aide who says she’s voting for Biden
<p>Mr Pence dismisses former aide as “disgruntled employee”</p>
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The Guardian view on a second wave: Boris Johnson should be worried | Editorial
This was not supposed to happen, let alone happen so early in the autumn. It could have big consequences for politics as well as public healthWe know that political classes in many countries, including Britain’s, can misjudge the mood of the times. So it would be wise not to read too much, too conclusively or too soon into the loud rumblings in the Conservative party about Boris Johnson and his government, and some of the media reaction to it. After all, it is only just over nine months since Mr Johnson won a crushing majority in the general election and the Tories remain ahead in almost all polls. This prime minister is not hanging on by his fingernails.Nevertheless, rumblings – and sometimes more than that – there undoubtedly are. The Tory-supporting press that flashed warning signals to Mr Johnson every day this week is not making this new mood up. Three weeks ago, as MPs returned to Westminster after a summer of U-turns, Tory backbenchers launched some fierce criticism of the prime minister. Three weeks into the parliamentary session, the criticisms are increasing and they now come from a wider circle. Downing Street’s relations with Tory MPs were already poor because Dominic Cummings treats them with such disdain. No 10’s readiness to break international law in the Brexit process has made things worse. But the mishandling of Covid is at the heart of this, and that could clearly get a lot worse quite quickly. If that happens, it could have big political consequences. Continue reading...
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Victoria Beckham teases new fashion collection with striking image of model’s bare breasts in sheer top
VB is getting ready for London Fashion Week.
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Nurse arranges for terminally ill father to see son’s football game
<p>He says: ‘I  was just so happy to see my son’</p>
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Trump under fire for 'shocking' Covid failures as ex-adviser turns against him
Olivia Troye attacks Trump and says he called his own supporters ‘disgusting people’ he no longer had to shake hands withThe coronavirus pandemic moved to the centre of the US election again on Friday, as a former senior official on the White House taskforce turned on Donald Trump. Related: 'He’s paying attention to people like us': Trump’s messages resonate in Wisconsin Continue reading...
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Aaron Carter vows to play piano naked and do kinky stuff in 'classy' porn video
Former child star Aaron Carter is promising to play piano naked and do kinky stuff with hot wax when he returns to adult cam website CamSoda
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The Guardian view on the BBC: tough times ahead | Editorial
A hostile government, culture wars and streaming services threaten the BBC – it must prove it is indispensableThe word “tough” appears three times in Tim Davie’s brief foreword to the BBC annual report published this week. Whether the repetition was conscious or not, the message is clear – the corporation is in for difficult times. Cuts loom. The future of the licence fee is in question. It suits many on the right to frame the BBC as a pernicious force, a key part of the supposed stranglehold on British culture retained by a cosmopolitan, left-leaning elite.In some ways this is business as usual for the BBC. Since its foundation in 1922, it has withstood attacks from governments. Perhaps this is inevitable. The paradox at its heart is that its charter and licence fee are set by parti-pris politicians, but its own purpose is to be impartial. The seven-year tenure of Lord Hall, the outgoing director general, may have seemed bumpy – think of the tangles over the Scottish and Brexit referendums; over climate change, equal pay, and on- and off-screen diversity. But seen against the backdrop of the BBC’s history, it has actually been pretty smooth – he survived, after all, unlike his predecessor George Entwistle, who lasted 54 days; or Greg Dyke, who resigned in 2004 over coverage of “weapons of mass destruction”; or Alasdair Milne, forced out in 1987. It is easy to forget just how furiously BBC crises can blaze – and Boris Johnson’s recent intervention in the Last Night of the Proms row shows how gleefully and malevolently he may wish to fan the flames. Working out precisely what impartiality means in a world not just of party politics but culture wars will only get harder. Continue reading...
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Coronavirus: Plans to suspend eviction ban could have ‘devastating consequences’ on health, medical bodies warn
<p>Thousands could be at higher risk of contracting and dying Covid-19 after evictions recommence on Sunday</p>
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Parents warned after 'suspicious' woman seen loitering near school
The woman was seen loitering by the school and asked pupils questions
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Current events: Electric fence deters Trump sign thieves
A Massachusetts man tired of people stealing his Donald Trump campaign sign has come up with a shocking solution: an electrified fence
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Cheer coach Monica Aldama ‘devastated’ by Jerry Harris arrest on child pornography charge
<p>‘My heart is shattered into a million pieces’</p>
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Teenager, 18, dies after crashing off-road bike into a tree
Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with dash cam footage to come forward
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Liverpool close to signing Wolves' Diogo Jota after landing Thiago Alcântara
Wolves want about £40m and Ki-Jana Hoever could go other wayThiago says he was ‘waiting for this moment for a long time’Liverpool are close to agreeing a deal with Wolves to sign the forward Diogo Jota after completing the transfer of Thiago Alcântara from Bayern Munich.Wolves want about £40m for Jota and are exploring the possibility of taking the 18-year-old Ki-Jana Hoever in part-exchange. The Dutch centre-back would be valued at about £10m. Continue reading...
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Runarsson arrives at Arsenal as Mikel Arteta hints another transfer will follow
Mikel Arteta is set to complete the signing of Runar Alex Runarsson to replace Emiliano Martinez - but more transfer business could follow before the October 5 deadline
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Mike Phelan gives three reasons why Van de Beek will succeed at Man United
The former Ajax player is Man Utd's only summer signing so far as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer prepares his squad for the Premier League season.
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Boris Johnson says second wave of coronavirus is now coming in to UK
He said it was 'inevitable' that Covid-19 would hit the country again
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirms Man Utd injuries ahead of Crystal Palace opener
Manchester United get their Premier League season underway on Saturday when they welcome Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace
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Judge refuses to stand aside amid row over UK Covid trial delays
Lawyer raises concern over removal of previous judge who has refused to keep other defendants in custodyA senior judge has refused to step down from a case involving custody time limits after she replaced another judge who criticised the government over delays in delivering justice.Mrs Justice Whipple, a high court judge, was asked to step in to decide whether or not a defendant should continue to be held in custody for more than a year awaiting a trial date that has repeatedly been delayed during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading...
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Primoz Roglic closes on Tour de France glory but bike inspection row continues
Jumbo-Visma director expelled after row over post-race checksSøren Kragh Andersen wins stage 19 with late breakawayPrimoz Roglic successfully ticked off another stage in this year’s Tour de France and turned his attention to the final 48 hours of the race in which, with the stage to Paris on Sunday a formality, he will defend his overall lead in the mountain time trial on Saturday, from Lure to la Planche des Belles Filles.Escorted as ever by the relentless Jumbo-Visma team, Roglic, yellow jersey since stage nine, was a discrete and untroubled presence on stage 19 to Champagnole, which was won with a solo breakaway by Denmark’s Søren Kragh Andersen, already a stage winner in Lyon, of the Sunweb team. Continue reading...
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Crete earthquake: Greek holiday island struck by devastating 5.9 magnitude quake
CRETE has been struck by a 5.9 magnitude earthquake, according to the USGS.
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AP Exclusive: Pandemic shrinking Europe's monitor of US vote
The coronavirus pandemic has led Europe’s largest security organization to drastically scale back plans to send as many as 500 observers to the U.S. to monitor the Nov. 3 presidential election
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Coronavirus infection rate in Bury climbs above 100 for the first time
There are 105.2 cases of Covid-19 per 100k people living in the area
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10 best women’s winter running jackets that are waterproof and breathable
<p>From reflective to hooded designs, jog into the winter months with one of these essentials </p>
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I was a firefighter. There’s a way to stop wildfires happening — but the US government won’t allow it
<p>Indigenous people knew this, but there’s a macho resistance to reintroducing these methods</p>
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Trump administration scrapped plan to distribute 650m masks nationwide in April, new documents show
<p>Administration feared move would spark panic among public</p>
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Trump gives award to Kuwait's ruling emir
President Donald Trump is bestowing a top U.S. honor on Kuwait’s ruling emir, who has played a central role in resolving a yearslong four-nation boycott of Qatar and is now ill and receiving treatment at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota
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Raiders ready for big opening act on Las Vegas Strip
The NFL is opening in Sin City, something even the bookies in this gambling city would never have bet on happening
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Boris Johnson admits a coronavirus second wave is coming to the UK
The Prime Minister said the country must be prepared for the second wave of the virus to hit out shores
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Coronavirus second wave 'inevitable' - Boris admits defeat as virus once again grips UK
BORIS Johnson has admitted the UK is "seeing a second wave" of coronavirus after cases spiked across the nation.
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China's white paper on forced labour suggests unease at western pressure
Document defending camps for Uighurs released days after US blocked some Xinjiang importsClues to scale of Xinjiang labour operation emerge as China defends campsChina’s new white paper on forced labour in Xinjiang suggests a government uneasy about growing western pressure over abuses of Muslim minorities in the regionIt also gives a rare, if oblique, glance into the scale of government attempts to reshape communities in the region, detailing how 10% of the region’s population were relocated over the past year, after being dubbed “surplus rural workers”. Continue reading...
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‘It’s just ash’: British man and his family lose home to Oregon megafires
<p>‘I never really thought that it would happen to someone that I know’, step-sister of wildfire victim tells Gino Spocchia</p>
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Man City plans for Tommy Doyle as he signs new deal despite Leeds interest
Manchester City midfielder Tommy Doyle has signed a new contract with the club and is in Pep Guardiola's plans.
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Beverley Callard vows to conquer agony of botched hip surgery for I'm A Celeb
EXCLUSIVE: Coronation Street star Beverley Callard is still hoping to take part in this year's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! despite being left in terrible pain
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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson says UK 'now seeing a second wave coming in'
 Boris Johnson has said tthe UK is “now seeing a second wave coming in” and that it was “inevitable” that coronavirus would hit the country again.
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Alex Scott works up a sweat during park jog after thanking fans for support following racist abuse
She faced backlash following A Question Of Sport rumours.
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Fantasy Premier League tips: Ten golden rules for transfers, wildcards, chips and more
<p>This advice is collated from the how-to guides, interviews with past winners and detailed Twitter threads by some of the best in the business</p>
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Nurse crushed to death while watching show celebrating coronavirus hero staff
The unnamed medic and her partner died in the freak accident at a local theatre in Wuhan after they became trapped between rotating chairs when they tried to rescue their son
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Carrie Symonds reveals she's judging a virtual lip sync battle organised by 'LGBT + Conservatives'
London-based conservationist, 32, said she was 'looking forward' to judging the event, which is part of party's conference, which will take place online this year.
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Second wave of coronavirus is ‘coming in’, Boris Johnson admits
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Boris Johnson says UK &apos;now seeing second coronavirus wave coming in&apos;
Boris Johnson has told reporters the UK is "now seeing a second wave coming in".
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Lidl shopper accused of shoplifting tries to run over staff in her Jaguar
The woman also allegedly told the customer that she has Covid-19
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US company launches the world's first glucose sport biosensor 
The 'Libre Sense' device, developed by Illinois-based firm Abbott, is a round white biosensor, about the size of a £2 coin, that attaches to the back of the upper arm.
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The Brexiters' ignorance is steering us to disaster | Jonathan Freedland
Clueless about the US, uninterested in Ireland, Boris Johnson and his team are crashing on to rocks they can’t even see There is so much this government doesn’t know. But two particular areas of ignorance exploded into view this week, allowing us to take a long, hard look at the cost they are inflicting on the country. Both are central to the Brexit project that remains this government’s defining mission – but only one of them is surprising.Start with the unexpected ignorance, which is of the US and US politics. It’s a surprise, because if there’s one thing that unites the British political class it’s an interest in – even an obsessive fixation on – the politics of the United States. (And yes, I plead guilty.) If you were to hold a nerds’ convention on The West Wing or House of Cards, you’d host it in SW1. The Westminster villager who struggles to identify a single German politician besides Angela Merkel will speak with ease about the latest polling from Maine’s second congressional district or the precise composition of the Wisconsin supreme court. Continue reading...
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