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Month: September 2019


A father who confronted Boris Johnson to complain about the state of the NHS has defended the BBC’s political editor after she faced criticism for pointing out he is a Labour activist. Omar Salem said Laura Kuenssberg was doing her job Read more…


Arnold Schwarzenegger joked about having a bigger knife than Sylvester Stallone as he wished him luck ahead of the opening of his new Rambo film. The former California governor posted a message on Twitter to his 80s action hero rival, Read more…


The boss of Next has insisted the retailer will cut prices by around 2% if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal as he unveiled a half-year profit rise. Chief executive Simon Wolfson – an outspoken Brexiteer Read more…


All-Star Clare forward Peter Duggan will play no part in the 2020 hurling championship as he prepares for a move to Australia. First called up to the senior panel by Davy Fitzgerald in 2012, Duggan will fly to Melbourne in Read more…


School administrators and sports organizations are facing new questions about transgender athletes. Medical professionals are weighing how best to treat transgender patients. The Trump administration and the military are waging with internal battles over transgender Americans serving in the armed Read more…


Police in the UK have confirmed that a prominent Conservative MP “is not a police officer” after he was spotted wearing what looked like a uniform. Rayleigh and Wickford MP Mark Francois – deputy chairman of the pro-Brexit European Research Read more…


The Federal Reserve is cutting rates for a second time this year while saying it is prepared to continue doing what it deems necessary to sustain US economic expansion. The Fed’s move will reduce its benchmark rate by an additional Read more…


Last Saturday evening in Croke Park had a sense of inevitability about it, as Dublin cruised to their 29th All-Ireland title, capturing the elusive five in a row in the process. Their recent dominance and consistency under Jim Gavin is Read more…


A member of Boris Johnson’s Cabinet has insisted the Queen was “in no way misled” over the decision to suspend Parliament. The UK’s Commons Leader Jacob Rees-Mogg recalled travelling with Her Majesty’s hairdresser from the airport in Aberdeen to Balmoral Read more…


Police used their vehicle sirens to drive a two-year-old bear up a tree after its presence in central Utah caused traffic delays Wednesday morning. State Division of Wildlife Resources spokeswoman Faith Heaton Jolley said division personnel then were able to Read more…