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'You're state funded!' Williamson in angry warning at 'crazy' universities no platforming
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang rates Arsenal’s title chances ahead of Liverpool clash
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Paris prepares for a second lockdown in attempt to push down coronavirus cases
Paris is set to enter a strict second lockdown in attempt to slow the spike in coronavirus cases after France yesterday recorded 14,412 new confirmed infections and 39 deaths.
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Former England goalkeeper David James front’s campaign to save grassroots clubs
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Dog's Heartfelt Obituary Goes Viral: 'He Was Best At Unconditional Love'
A very good dog got one last special treat from his favourite human.Charlie, a beloved golden retriever, was the first dog Sallie Gregory-Hammett of Greenville, South Carolina, ever had on her own. Gregory-Hammett, 30, got Charlie when she was 23, single and had just moved to a new city.“I know it’s cliché but he was my best friend,” Gregory-Hammett wrote to HuffPost. “He went with me everywhere —work, hiking, trips to Home Depot. He was just a constant source of comfort and companionship and joy. Everyone that knew me knew Charlie and knew how much I loved him.”She even jokingly added: “Whenever I would start dating someone, people would always say, ‘Does Charlie like him?’ But Charlie loved everyone, so that was never the question.”This included Gregory-Hammett’s now-husband, David, whom she married in May in a tiny backyard ceremony.“When I saw David interact with Charlie I just knew he was the one, because he loved Charlie as much as I did,” she said.But Charlie seemed easy to love. He had many “quirks,” as Gregory-Hammett put it, which included jumping into water like “a weird kangaroo” and collecting lots and lots and lots of sticks.“He picked up sticks on every single walk, that was how we knew he was tired,” Gregory-Hammett lovingly remembered. “He’d pick up a stick and that meant it was time to go home.”Yet on September 13, after a five-month battle with lymphoma, Charlie passed on to that big farm in the sky — which, hopefully, for Charlie’s sake, is littered with lots and lots of Charlie-worthy sticks.Gregory-Hammett was devastated by the loss, and told HuffPost she was trying to find an outlet for her grief — so she decided to write him an obituary.“I’ve always loved writing, and when Charlie passed it was just so overwhelming that I needed to do something cathartic,” she said.So she sat down and poured her heart out.In her memorial, she noted all the things Charlie adored — smiling, snoozing, car rides, bananas, chasing squirrels, and socks.“If we’re being honest, Charlie loved everything life had to offer (except stairs. He hated stairs),” Gregory-Hammett wrote.“He was good at a lot of things, but he was best at unconditional love,” she continued. “He taught everyone he met about loving people, and always seeing the good in everyone.”Gregory-Hammett also mentioned Charlie’s final days, which he spent at one of his favorite places — the beach.“He relaxed in the Charlie-sized holes he dug himself, and dove straight into the oncoming waves. His last days were so happy and will be cherished forever. We will think of him every time we open the peanut butter.”She concluded:“In [lieu] of flowers, the family asks that you give all your pups some extra love in honor of Charlie.” Gregory-Hammett said she wanted to publish the obit in her local newspaper but due to the steep cost, she decided to create a mock-newspaper obituary as a keepsake — saying she just wanted “something to celebrate and memorialize him, because he was such a huge part of my life.”Yet after sharing her obituary with friends and family, they encouraged her to share it online. So, she tweeted it on Tuesday.“I wrote my dog an obituary because of course I did. He was the best boy,” she captioned the image of her obit.She never expected it to receive over 104,000 likes.I wrote my dog an obituary because of course I did. He was the best boy. pic.twitter.com/FKmqeivtq9— Sallie Hammett (@SallieGHammett) September 22, 2020“The likes are awesome but the best part has been all of the replies,” she told HuffPost. “Reading about everyone else’s special doggos, and all the people that say they loved Charlie even though they never met him. It’s just been so comforting — it makes me feel less alone and just flooded with love.”She added:“And Charlie has been so celebrated! He was a special boy and it means the world to me.”Related... Cats Really Can Recognise Their Own Names – They Just Pretend Not To 8 Funny Tweets You Need To See After A Pretty Stressful Week The Last Thing I Wanted Was Lockdown With My Ex. But My Son Needed Him
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Strictly Come Dancing 2020: How Is It Actually All Going To Work?
Throughout the pandemic, we’ve had a lot of questions about how this year’s series of Strictly Come Dancing will work, which initially included whether it would even be able to go ahead.However, after a huge effort from the production team to get the show on the road, it’s now just a few weeks until this year’s launch, and while there are still a few question marks hovering over the series, we still have more answers than we did earlier in the summer.For those who are still a little confused as to what to expect when the BBC dance show returns to our screen, allow us to clear things up...When will Strictly be back on our screens? The BBC is actually yet to officially confirm a start date for this year’s series, but we do know that the series will be slightly shorter than recent years. It’s been widely reported that the first live show will air on 24 October, which Strictly previously alluded to on their website, so it’s pretty much a given that’s when we can expect the show to be back.The BBC also been teased that some class of pre-recorded show, potentially this year’s launch episode, will be filmed two weeks earlier on 12 October.Who are the famous contestants on this year’s line-up?Because of the shorter run time, there are also fewer contestants than usual on the 2020 line-up, with 12 stars competing rather than the usual 15.The first three confirmed were actor Caroline Quentin, former NFL player Jason Bell and The Wanted singer Max George, with broadcaster Ranvir Singh and Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo announced shortly afterwards. Also taking part are soap star Maisie Smith, singer HRVY, comedian Bill Bailey, former home secretary Jacqui Smith and Invictus Games competitor JJ Chalmers.Completing the line-up are Olympic boxer Nicola Adams – who will make up half of the show’s first ever same-sex pairing – and reality star Jamie Laing, who was supposed to appear on the show last year, but had to pull out due to an injury.Will the stars have to self-isolate with their professional partners?According to the BBC, the stars and professionals won’t have to share a household, but they will be required to form a support bubble together, so they won’t need to social distance while they’re performing.This means at last one half of each partnership will have to live alone for the duration of the series.It’s also been revealed that the cast will be regularly tested for coronavirus, and if they are positive for Covid-19, they will need to self-isolate for two weeks, meaning they will lose their spot on the show. Brutal. Will all of the judges be back? Not in person, no. While regular judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Shirley Ballas will all be back on the panel, this time around they’ll be doing it as a three-piece.Bruno Tonioli, who has appeared on Strictly since its first series in 2004, usually flies between the UK and America, where he’s also a judge on Dancing With The Stars, but due to travel restrictions, was unable to do both shows in 2020.While he won’t be in the studio this year, he will be offering weekly critiques during the Sunday night results show.To adhere to social distancing, the judges will each sit in individual pods, spaced two metres apart, rather than their usual shared desk. And yes, Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will both be back on presenting duties, too. Will Strictly have an audience in 2020?Strictly’s executive producer Sarah James has said the crew is “prepped for any scenario” when it comes to the show’s studio audience.“We’ve made plans for no audience, we’ve made plans for a distanced audience, and we’ve made plans for a full audience, and…  whatever happens, we’ll obviously just be following the government guidelines,” she said.For the time being, it looks like Strictly producers are planning to have at least some class of crowd in the studio, with applications now open for any fans who want to be in this year’s audience.What has been confirmed is that audience members will have to attend in groups of four, coming along with members of their household or support bubble.Masks will be mandatory for any audience members whenever they’re on the Strictly set, and people will be seated at cabaret-style tables rather than the usual rows of chairs. Will the show’s usual themed weeks be back in 2020?Sadly, not all of them. For obvious reasons, Strictly has scrapped plans to take its annual trip to Blackpool, and despite Halloween falling on a Saturday night this year, bosses have also ditched the usual spooky special, as it would fall too early in the series.“We have done a Halloween group number but Halloween would fall on the second week this year and we thought it would be a bit soon for a themed week,” Sarah James explained.However, both Movies Week and Musicals Week will be taking place as usual. Which professionals are back this year?Almost all of last year’s group will be back, with female pros Janette Manrara, Karen Hauer, Luba Mushtuk, Amy Dowden, Dianne Buswell, Oti Mabuse, Nancy Xu and Nadiya Bychkova returning for the new series.Male performers Anton Du Beke, Neil Jones, Gorka Marquez, Johannes Radebe, Graziano Di Prima, Giovanni Pernice and Aljaz Skorjanec.For those of you who don’t feel like adding up, thats’ 15 professionals and only 12 contestants, Sarah James confirming it’s Nadiya, Neil, Graziano and Nancy who won’t be receiving celebrity partners, but they will appear in the pre-recorded group routines. They will also form a “close contact cohort” to be able to perform together during performances from musical guests on the results show. The only two of last year’s bunch who won’t be back are AJ Pritchard and Kevin Clifton, who both made the decision to quit the show earlier in the year.This year’s group dances were all pre-recorded over the summer, with the professionals self-isolating at a hotel to make sure they were able to film them safely.Strictly Come Dancing will return to our screens next month.MORE STRICTLY: Here's A Rundown Of The 12 Celebrities Taking Part In Strictly Come Dancing This Year Live Audiences Are Finally Returning To TV Studios – This Is How It's Working Opinion: Strictly Come Dancing Is Finally Doing Right By Britain's LGBTQ+ Youth
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Barack And Michelle Obama Ranked As The World's Most Admired Man And Woman
Former US President Barack Obama and wife Michelle are the most admired man and woman in the world, according to poll results released by YouGov on Friday.Other prominent people high on the list included Chinese President Xi Jinping, who ranked third, the Dalai Lama, eighth, businessman and entrepreneur Elon Musk, ninth, Russian President Vladimir Putin, 12th, and President Donald Trump, 15th.Ranking second, third and fourth on the list, respectively, were actress and social activist Angelina Jolie, Queen Elizabeth II and talk show host and author Oprah Winfrey. Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, came in 13th, while first lady Melania Trump was 19th. Talk show host Ellen DeGeneres placed 20th ― a drop of five spots from her previous rank in 2019, possibly due to allegations that she has overseen of a toxic work environment on her program. YouGov has conducted annual polls on the world’s most admired individuals since 2014. Since its inception, Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates had consistently won the top spot for most admired man before dropping to second place this year.Michelle Obama topped the list of the world’s most admired woman in 2019 ― a title that Jolie had previously laid claim to. According to YouGov’s analysis of the results, Barack Obama was notably more admired than Trump in all countries aside from Russia. In that nation, which U.S. intelligence officials have consistently said interfered in America’s 2016 election and is doing so again, Trump was the 11th most popular man and Obama the 15th.On the women’s list, 12 of the top 20 most admired women are actors, singers or television personalities. The majority of admired men, in contrast, are active in politics, business or sports. YouGov’s finding strictly within the US found that Barack Obama again ranked first among men, followed by Trump, former President Jimmy Carter, actor Tom Hanks and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).Michelle Obama held her number one spot among women, follow by the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Melania Trump, Queen Elizabeth II and Winfrey. YouGov polled across 42 countries and territories and asked respondents: “Thinking about people alive in the world today, which [man or woman] do you most admire?” A figure’s “admiration score” was calculated by the respondents’ answers to two questions ― whether they admired the person at all or whether the individual was the one they admired the most. Related... Trump’s Massive Hairstyling Bill Revealed In NYT Bombshell Tax Report Trump Gripes 'Fake News' Didn't Tout His 2 Nobel Peace Prizes (That Never Existed) Dwayne Johnson Backs Biden And Harris In First-Ever Presidential Endorsement
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Uber granted London licence as court rules it is 'no longer a risk'
Ride-hailing service wins appeal a year after TfL refused extension over safety concernsUber has been granted a fresh licence to continue operating in London, after an appeal found it was now a “fit and proper” firm to run private hire car services.Westminster magistrates court ruled in favour of Uber almost a year after Transport for London refused the global ride-hailing firm a licence extension over safety concerns. Continue reading...
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Parliament's Bar Is Exempt From The 10pm Covid Curfew, And People Are Fuming
It’s a predicament we’ve all faced at one time or another – you’ve worked up a mighty thirst after a long day grouse hunting and you’re in need of a pint.But alas, Reginald refused to get in the Land Rover until he’d called his father to sort out some irregularities with his trust fund and you haven’t made it back to London in time for the 10pm pub curfew.Only there is a solution – the parliament bar!That’s right, according to a report in The Times, bars in the Houses of Westminster are exempt as they’re classed as “workplace canteens”.Exc: Parliament's bars are exempt from the 10pm curfew, rules on mask-wearing and gathering customers' details https://t.co/UkcgGTh66q— Esther Webber (@estwebber) September 28, 2020The news has understandably cause a bit of a ruckus on social media, not least about why exactly bars were needed at all in parliament.Actually.. why are the UK's lawmakers drinking at work at all? In what other profession would this be allowed?— David Grant (@alias_dr_webber) September 28, 2020Darts.— Gary
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AOC condemns Trump after report suggests he pays less income tax than bartenders and undocumented immigrants
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Dwayne Johnson Backs Biden And Harris In First-Ever Presidential Endorsement
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson cooked up his first-ever presidential endorsement with one for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris of California.The self-described “registered independent with centrist ideologies” has voted for both parties in the past, but the “Fast and Furious” franchise star remained silent on his political beliefs for much of his career. But ahead of this “critical presidential election,” Johnson made it clear: He’s backing Biden and Harris come November.Johnson sat down with the duo in a virtual conversation via his YouTube channel Sunday. “It’s DJ,” Biden said at the start of the video with Harris, who added that she’s a “huge fan” of Johnson’s films and cited his “Fast and Furious” films and “Jumanji” as her personal favorites. As a political independent & centrist, I’ve voted for both parties in the past. In this critical presidential election, I’m endorsing @JoeBiden & @KamalaHarris. Progress takes courage, humanity, empathy, strength, KINDNESS & RESPECT. We must ALL VOTE: https://t.co/rZi1mxh8DCpic.twitter.com/auLbc8xDBv— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) September 27, 2020“I have been a lucky guy over the years in my life and my career to have been part of and participated in some real defining moments, and I’ve never publicly endorsed a presidential candidate or vice-presidential candidate in my life over my career,” Johnson said.The former WWE wrestler went on to praise the presidential hopeful’s experience and political career, commending Biden for leading with “great compassion and heart and drive, but also soul.”Johnson then dubbed Harris a “certified badass” for her work as California’s attorney general, with a special mention of her approach during Senate hearings. Asked by Johnson about how the two plan to “earn the respect of all the American people,” Biden offered a direct response about restoring accountability to the White House. “By doing what we say we’re going to do. By keeping our word. By leveling with the American people. By taking responsibility. When we fail, acknowledge it. We’re not going to be perfect, but take responsibility. Say, ‘This is what I’m going to do. This is what I believe.’ And tell the truth,” he said. “Our administration, DJ, is going to look like America. It’s going to be representative of all of America.”Harris also drilled down on reestablishing trust with voters. “You must speak truth, but here’s the reality: Truth can sometimes be really difficult to hear. And for that reason sometimes people don’t speak it. But you cannot have trust if you don’t speak truth,” she said.Harris added: “That has to be part of the core of what we do as we go forward because, to your point, we’re facing as a country so many challenges, and people are grieving.“I mean, people are grieving the loss of life, the loss of jobs, the loss of certainty, the loss of normalcy. And to heal and get through this, we’re gonna have to be honest about what healing will require,” she said. The sentiment hit home with Johnson, who revealed earlier this month that he and his family were recovering from Covid-19 after testing positive weeks ago. “When you’re honest with a scenario and people who you care about, ... it leads right into making progress but through a humanity,” he said. Johnson previously expressed interest in a political career, calling his potential candidacy for president a “real possibility” back in 2017. He has since buddied up to former Democratic candidate and unabashed “Ballers” fan Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, with the two frequently showing each other love on social media.Related... Trump’s Massive Hairstyling Bill Revealed In NYT Bombshell Tax Report Trump Gripes 'Fake News' Didn't Tout His 2 Nobel Peace Prizes (That Never Existed) Trump 'Paid Just $750 In Federal Income Taxes In 2016 And 2017', NY Times Says
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The Latest: Rain disrupts French Open, except under new roof
The new roof over Court Philippe Chatrier is again proving its worth on Day 2 of the French Open
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Brit teen bravely tells court 'she and friend were gang raped by 8 men in Italy'
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Woman who fled serial killer kidnapper shares tips on how to escape capture
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Rodri claims Man City treated "unfairly" by football in dig at "lucky" Leicester
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Uber gets back London license after winning court challenge
Uber can keep operating in London after the ride-hailing company won a court appeal on Monday against the refusal by transit regulators to renew its license
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A QUARTER of panic-bought food ends up in the BIN: Hoarders warned stockpiling is a 'false economy' 
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Coronavirus: 'Double epidemic’ warning as flu and COVID-19 to spark chaos in winter months
CORONAVIRUS has affected billions of people globally, as the death toll tops one million less than 10 months after the first case was reported in China, but there could be worse to come for countries like the UK, according to scientists.
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PS5 fans 'jealous' as Travis Scott shows off his console weeks ahead of launch
Ahead of the official PlayStation 5 launch in November, it seems that Sony has already given the console to a select few, including rapper Travis Scott
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Ghosts' Kiell Smith-Bynoe: 'Charlotte Ritchie punches me when she's trying to be sexy'
The BBC sitcom hinges on the spirited relationship between its two stars. Yet there’s more to the man who plays Mike – including a novelty grime hit about chickenIn the BBC sitcom Ghosts, two modern-day herberts, Mike and Alison, inherit a mansion populated by ancestral spirits. You’d think viewers would be outraged by the absurdity of ghosts who can pass through walls while walking on solid ground, or the implausibility of twentysomethings’ first step on the property ladder being a 14-bedroom hall, but no. Instead, in 2020, some are more perturbed by the fact that Mike is black and Alison white. “I’ve seen a lot of comments about that and even if you look at the trailer on YouTube there’s people complaining that, ‘It’s all interracial couples on television nowadays’,” says Kiell Smith-Bynoe, who plays Mike. “I understand that’s how some people feel.”Then, over the video link from his home, Bynoe-Smith gives me a cheeky grin. “And it also makes me a bit happy. I’m like, ‘You can comment all you like on YouTube but you can’t do anything about it. It’s been commissioned – another two times.” A third series of Ghosts was commissioned before the second aired. Continue reading...
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Rafael launches scathing criticism of 'joke' Alexis Sanchez at Man Utd
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Family of boy thrown from Tate Modern say brave 'little knight' can stand alone
Just six years old at the time, the boy was thrown from the fifth floor balcony of the towering building on the bank of London's River Thames by 17-year-old Jonty Bravery - who has now been jailed for attempted murder
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How does the NFL stop Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson?
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Uber to continue operating in London after winning court appeal
Uber has won a court appeal against London license refusal, clearing the way for the ride-hailing service to keep working in the capital.
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Britain’s Got Talent became ‘saving grace’ for finalist Jon Courtenay amid coronavirus pandemic
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Armenia, Azerbaijan keep up deadly fight for disputed region
Fighting between Armenian and Azerbaijani forces over the disputed separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh continued on Monday morning after erupting the day before, with both sides blaming each other for resuming the attacks
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Champions League: When is the group-stage draw and which teams are in it?
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MAGA caps and Confederate flags: The white men who 'can't be swayed' on support for Trump
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Easyjet launches price match pledge after union warns it's "hanging by a thread"
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Tragedy of River Phoenix as brother Joaquin names newborn son after him
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Your dog can get a job reviewing staycations - and you can come along for free
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Brooklyn Beckham slammed as he releases snaps of David Attenborough
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Brexit row: Switzerland threatened to 'work with UK' amid 'weak EU' jibe
BREXIT negotiators' and Switzerland's row with the EU over freedom of movement has piled pressure on Brussels - and one figure in Bern blasted the "weak" bloc before claiming the nation would rather work with the UK as opposed to Brussels.
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Don’t be fooled, ASOS’ ‘Circular collection’ does nothing more than pay lip service to sustainability
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Away: Hilary Swank developed severe claustrophobia while filming Netflix series in spacesuit
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School to shut for week due to 'significant number' of staff positive tests
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