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Lil Wayne will get pardoned by Donald Trump but Steve Bannon is ‘TBD’

President Donald Trump is expected to pardon rapper Lil Wayne in the closing days of his presidency.   Trump will leave the White House Wednesday morning and fly out of Washington before 8 a.m. after issuing around 100 pardons to white collar criminals, high-profile rappers and a jailed Florida eye doctor, according to reports.    Fox News reported […]

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Inauguration rehearsal is evacuated due to ‘external security threat’  

A rehearsal for the inauguration had to be called off and everyone in attendance evacuated on Monday morning due to an ‘external security threat’ around the same time as smoke was seen rising from a building behind the Capitol.    Photos and videos from the scene show people running from bleachers that were set up ahead […]

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Members of Trump’s failed presidential campaign planned rally that escalated into Capitol riot

Members of President Donald Trump’s failed presidential campaign had key roles in orchestrating the Washington rally that spawned a deadly assault on the U.S. Capitol, according to a review of records.  A pro-Trump nonprofit group called Women for America First hosted the ‘Save America Rally’ on January 6 at the Ellipse, an oval-shaped, federally owned […]

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WHO warns of ‘catastrophic moral failure’ in global COVID-19 vaccine distribution

The World Health Organization chief on Monday warned that the world was on the brink of a ‘catastrophic moral failure’ on distributing vaccines which were mostly ‘hoovered up’ by wealthy countries. During WHO’s week-long executive board meeting, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus lamented that Guinea received a mere 25 vaccine doses while over 39million jabs have been […]

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Thomas Markle plans new documentary on his life and daughter Meghan 

The Duchess of Sussex’s father Thomas Markle is to make a documentary about his life, he revealed yesterday. Mr Markle, 76, said the film would feature previously unseen home videos and photographs of Meghan. Meghan, 39, has not seen her father since before her wedding to Prince Harry.  Mr Markle, a retired Hollywood lighting director, […]

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Six horses, a dog and a cat are killed when arsonists burn down Lewes stud farm

Six horses, a dog and a cat were killed when arsonists burnt down a stud farm, leaving a devastated owner heartbroken. The owner of Quimble Stud Farm, based near Lewes in East Sussex, said’my heart is in a million pieces,’ following the blaze at around 6am on Saturday. Barbara Joyce, 69, says she is baffled […]

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China ‘could have acted more quickly’ in dealing with Covid, WHO says

China ‘could have acted more quickly’ in dealing with Covid-19, the WHO’s pandemic response probe declared today.  The direct criticism from an agency which Donald Trump has accused of being too close to Beijing comes as a team of WHO experts carries out a politically sensitive mission in China to investigate the origins of the […]

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Deaths in London began to tail off last week, official data shows

London’s devastating winter wave of coronavirus appears to have passed its peak, as official data shows infections were falling in all 32 boroughs last week and deaths and hospital admissions have began to plateau. Scientists say the promising figures are proof that tough Tier Four curbs were effective at driving down the spread of the […]

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Boy, 11, raises over £130,000 by sleeping in a tent for nearly 300 days in memory of late neighbour 

This Morning viewers have praised an 11-year-old boy who has been camping in his back garden for nearly 300 days to raise money for charity.  Max Woosey, 11, from Devon has raised more than £130,000 for the North Devon Hospice, who cared for his late neighbour Rick, which has been mising out on some vital fundraising […]

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Nadhim Zahawi brands Pimlico Plumbers’ boss Charlie Mullins ‘discriminatory’ over Covid jab rule

The vaccine roll-out minister accused a company boss of ‘discriminatory’ practices today after he insisted that he would not employ people who did not get a coronavirus vaccine. Charlie Mullins, the high profile founder of pipe-unblocking giant Pimlico Plumbers said he would insist his staff had the jab to protect his workers and customers. But […]