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Tom Brady is a Chiefs fan. But not THAT Tom Brady.
Tom Brady is a Chiefs fan. But not THAT Tom Brady.
Outspoken GOP congressman complains ‘the left and the media’ were less concerned about ‘caravans going through Mexico’ than Texas senator visiting
The Tories will attempt to portray Scottish Labour's new leader as soft on independence, whichever candidate wins the contest tomorrow. Douglas Ross, leader of the Scottish Conservatives, will today warn the Labour leadership candidates that pro-UK voters are not looking for “fair weather” unionists who might “change direction like a weather vane” after the May 6 election. Mr Ross, who has previously claimed that he would focus on non-constitutional issues when he took over as leader last year, will challenge both leadership hopefuls to rule out working with the SNP. Anas Sarwar and Monicca Lennon, both running for the leadership after Richard Leonard stepped down in January, have clashed on the issue of a second independence referendum. Ms Lennon has said she would accept a democratic mandate for a new vote. Mr Sarwar has taken a harder line, ruling one out for the term of the next parliament as the country rebuilds from Covid. However, senior Tories have claimed no new votes should be held for several decades. In a speech today, Mr Ross will claim that whoever wins the leadership, Labour will be “half-hearted on the constitution” because “either Monica Lennon will make the SNP’s arguments for them or Anas Sarwar will tell the SNP ‘not today but tomorrow is fine’ for your indyref2.”
Golfer cut from car after vehicle collided with tree before toppling over several times
Three-time champion New Zealand and three-time runner-up France will square off in a blockbuster opening match of the 2023 Rugby World Cup. The teams have combined to deliver some of the most storied matches in the tournament's history, including the 1987 and 2011 finals, both won by the All Blacks. Host France and New Zealand were confirmed on Friday in the schedule release as the first game of 48 on Friday, Sept. 8, 2023 at Paris' Stade de France.
Maryland National Guard Brig. Gen. Janeen Birckhead has led a historic journey to the top tier of the guard, becoming front and center the day after the siege on the U.S. Capitol, leading 14,000 troops to support the 59th presidential inauguration. Birckhead was commissioned after graduating from Hampton University in Virginia. Her military career has spanned 28 years -- and it all started out by chance.
Controversial congresswoman previously said the Republican party belong to former president
Teachers, police and BAME will not get vaccine priority Analysis: Queen shows personal commitment in a time of crisis Merkel refuses Oxford jab amid calls to 'lead by example' Age remains the key factor that determines each person’s level of risk Subscribe to The Telegraph for a month-long free trial Coronavirus cases are rising in parts of the UK showing that "this battle is not won," Deputy Chief Medical Officer Professor Jonathan Van-Tam has said. Prof Van-Tam, speaking at a Downing St briefing, said some parts of England were "burning quite hot" with new cases, including in the Midlands and, increasingly, the west coast of England. "This is not a good sign and reinforces the fact that I'm afraid this battle at the moment is not won." Prof Van-Tam said there were some worrying signs that people who had received a vaccine were breaking lockdown rules. "This is all going very well but there are some worry signs that people are relaxing and taking their foot off the brake at exactly the wrong time. "Do not wreck this now, it is too early to relax, we are so close." Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the rate of cases in England was down to one in 145 people but the decline was "slowing". Follow the latest updates below.
Libya's designated prime minister, chosen via a U.N.-facilitated process last month, said on Thursday he had proposed a governing plan to the country's divided parliament as part of a peace process. The new interim government is intended to replace Libya's two rival administrations and oversee the run-up to national elections planned for December in a roadmap to end years of chronic chaos and violence. "It will be a government of technocrats representing the whole Libyan spectrum," designated prime minister Abdulhamid Dbeibeh told a news conference in Tripoli, adding that he had attempted a "fair distribution" of posts between the west, east and south of the country.
Dr. Scott Green from Sacramento, California, was wearing scrubs and appeared to be in an operating room during the Zoom court appearance.
“Her daddy got to heaven just before she did.”
Previous users who secure a position must agree to not use pot during their tenure in office and undergo random drug tests, NBC News reported.
Nearly two dozen Republicans attending CPAC in Florida have designated a proxy to vote on their behalf, citing the "ongoing public health emergency."