Londoners have begged Suella Braverman to close the borders before the French bedbugs can arrive
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The GMB host accused the prime minister of not giving straight answers to straight questions.
Jimmy Kimmel Live TwitterArnold Schwarzenegger became the latest commentator to weigh in on Donald Trump’s dubious claim of tipping the scales at just 215 pounds on Monday night. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the seven-time Mr. Olympia was asked for his opinion on the matter. “Do you think it is possible that he weighs 215 pounds?” Kimmel asked. “Yeah, as much as it’s possible that there is no climate change,” Schwarzenegger answered. “And as much as it’s possible that we don’t need to really
Only the Tories ‘tell the truth’ about race, claims businesss secretary
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The ex-CEO and founder of FTX is facing seven conspiracy and fraud counts for allegedly siphoning investors’ money
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The play is billed as a ‘pitch-black comedy’ and will run at London’s Riverside Studios for eight weeks.
A Halifax agency that supports migrant workers says more needs to be done after Nova Scotia's Labour Department issued an order and a warning to the Keltic Lodge in Ingonish, N.S., after a temporary foreign worker's complaint about mould in the staff residence and bugs in the food.The department ordered the resort to create an occupational health and safety plan. It also issued a warning to have a joint occupational health and safety committee of management and staff in place by Oct. 20.Stacey G
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When a group in the Truro area launched an online campaign this summer to try to recruit international doctors to the region it had plenty of hope, but no real expectations.David Phillips, the CEO of the Truro and Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity, said the hope was to get a few responses. But they received 199 in the first wave of advertising."We were shocked," said Phillips. "We weren't expecting that number."All the inquiries were from physicians or medical residents living in th
“Staying Ahead – opportunities for the UK art market” was the lead topic of the Art Business Conference in London last month. The competition between London and Paris is a subject that has obsessed observers ever since Brexit and the drift of powerful international galleries with London bases (David Zwirner, Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth) to open branches in Paris – long overshadowed by London’s more attractive tax regime and higher number of billionaire residents.
Only around 6pc of people are in touch with mental health services, on average. But there is a stark generational divide: the national average may be 6pc, but for girls aged 16, it is 22pc. For boys in the same cohort, it is 13pc.
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The state budget is now law, providing employees and teachers with raises and expanding Medicaid.
The independent Migration Advisory Committee said there are ‘diminishing benefits’ to the shortage occupation list.
Former Celtic and Australia midfielder Tom Rogic retires at 30, explaining "struggles and heartache" he and his wife experienced in growing their family.