Josh Green with a dunk vs the Utah Jazz
Josh Green (Dallas Mavericks) with a dunk vs the Utah Jazz, 02/06/2023
Josh Green (Dallas Mavericks) with a dunk vs the Utah Jazz, 02/06/2023
A number of bills and household expenses are set to rise in April, further adding to the cost of living crisis.
London’s main stock index started the last trading day of the first quarter of 2023 with gains, after a readout for the economy showed better growth in the final three months of last year. Elsewhere, Nationwide data revealed house prices declined again, while Dignity announced a £300 million loss. Capital Economics deputy chief UK economist Ruth Gregory has warned that the country could still slip into a recession this year, despite positive economic news this morning.
Indonesian property firm PT MNC Land launched on Friday a 1,040 hectare (2,570 acre) tourism complex on Java island, where former U.S. President Donald Trump's company will operate a hotel and a golf course. Indonesian President Joko Widodo also inaugurated a special conomic zone within MNC's tourism project, which is called Lido City and located around 60 km (37 miles) south of the capital Jakarta in the Bogor area. MNC Land said the special economic zone status means investors or developers can benefit from corporate and luxury goods sales tax cuts and some leniency on permits, adding benefits included an 80-year building rights title and foreign ownership.
Charles is a keen artist who has said he finds painting so relaxing that it ‘transports me into another dimension’.
Fast Show star Charlie Higson is writing a new James Bond book to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III in May.
The show stars Charlotte Ritchie and Kiell Smith-Bynoe as a couple whose renovation project brings them into contact with a host of spirits.
The presenter died ‘unexpectedly but peacefully’ on Tuesday night at the age of 67
The Premier League is back for its final stretch after the international break. The title, Champions League race and relegation scrap are yet to be decided ahead of a mouth-watering run-in from here. Manchester City get a busy weekend underway as they host Liverpool.
STORY: Donald Trump responded angrily to the indictment issued against him Thursday by a Manhattan grand jury, criticizing what he called ‘thugs and radical left monsters’ in a post on his Truth Social platform. The former U.S. president was investigated over alleged hush money payments to pornstar Stormy Daniels.But he maintained his innocence and said without providing evidence the indictment was “Political Persecution and Election Interference at the highest level in history”. Trump previously said he would continue his run to be a Republican nominee in the 2024 presidential elections despite facing criminal charges.Supporters outside his Florida home appeared confident at his chances. (“With everything happening, do you think it’s going to make his campaign less…”) “No. It’s going to give him the presidency. Just watch.” Trump remains the frontrunner for the 2024 GOP contest – for now, according to a recent Reuters/Ipsos poll, he’s got the support of 44% of Republicans. His closest rival, Florida governor Ron DeSantis, came in with 30% support. Potential GOP challengers on Thursday demonstrated the fine line they must tread to avoid alienating Trump supporters, DeSantis said on Twitter the indictment was "un-American" and a “weaponization of the legal system to advance a political agenda." He didn’t name Trump, but said Florida would not play a role in an extradition request to New York. Former Vice President Mike Pence called it an "outrage," while election hopeful Senator Tim Scott said it was a "travesty”.Both are potential 2024 candidates who have yet to declare they’re in the running. Less than two hours after the indictment, Trump appealed to supporters to help with his legal defense, asking to turn their outrage into support in an email. GOP officials and political analysts predict the prosecution will boost Trump support, and harden his supporters’ resolve to back him in the 2024 Republican primary. Already in just a week’s time, the Trump campaign raised nearly $2 million from small-sum donations, after Trump primed a Republican reaction by warning of a so-called “imminent arrest”.
Siemens has launched an investigation after Der Spiegel reported a former programmer from Russian IT company NTC Vulkan - which has reported links to Russian security services - worked for the German engineering and tech company. The German news magazine said the worker was now employed by Siemens in Munich. Der Spiegel reported on Friday that more than 90 former staff from NTC Vulkan worked for a several other European companies.
Euro zone government bond yields edged up on Friday as receding concerns about the prospects of a global banking crisis offset the likelihood of persistent inflation in the euro zone. Euro zone preliminary inflation data for March due at 0900 GMT is expected to show core prices, which exclude food and energy, at a record high of 5.7%, which would keep the heat on the European Central Bank to keep raising rates. Two-year German Schatz yields, the most sensitive to shifts in expectations for interest rates, were up 6 basis points (bps) at 2.80%.
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The ex-England skipper is accused of using racist or discriminatory language to Azeem Rafiq and other former Yorkshire teammates
“Personally, I don’t want to see him paraded that way,” the ex-president's former fixer and attorney told CNN.
The government's own assessment says the Indo-Pacific agreement will add just 0.08% to GDP.
“It shouldn’t be optional. This is about rights, access and dignity for people,” one said.
IN THE PRESS – Friday, 31.03.2023: Following Donald Trump's indictment on criminal charges, a first for a former US president, we focus entirely on how the American press and social media are covering the news. Papers are also talking about Trump's reaction: how he wrote "indicated" instead of "indicted". We then dive into the many angles of the story, comparing coverage from conservative and mainstream media. We finish by looking at how Twitter users are praising, lambasting and joking about the charges.Read more on FRANCE 24 EnglishRead also:Now that Donald Trump has been indicted, what happens next?Stormy Daniels affair: Trump indicted on criminal charges, a first for a former US presidentTo indict or not to indict? Donald Trump vs the courts
England midfielder is desperate to avoid his Hammers swansong ending in a disastrous relegation
An Australian woman was told she had broken rules by being naked in a changing room.
On this day in weather history, the Eiffel Tower opened.