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    Speculation is mounting that President Trump may be planning to a trip to Scotland to avoid attending the inauguration of Joe Biden later this month. Trump has been incredibly vocal about his disdain for his election loss and continues to dispute the results with claims of election fraud. Now, Prestwick Airport, which is located near to the president’s Turnberry golf resort, has been told to expect the arrival of a US military Boeing 757 aircraft that is occasionally used by Trump, according to the Sunday Post. The aircraft is set to land in Prestwick on January 19 – the day before Biden’s is due to be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States in Washington DC. ‘There is a booking for an American military version of the Boeing 757 on January 19, the day before the inauguration. That’s one that’s normally used by the Vice-President but often...
    Getty UK supermarkets have been told to stockpile food and essential goods as Britain heads towards a no-deal Brexit. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to talk with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Sunday to decide whether their trade talks have a future. Johnson said on Friday that it was “very, very likely” talks would fail. British ports are already experiencing congestion and delays due to stockpiling ahead of a no-deal Brexit. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Boris Johnson’s government has told UK supermarkets to start stockpiling food and other essential goods with just hours to go until the EU’s deadline for a Brexit trade deal. The UK Prime Minister is due to speak with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Sunday lunchtime when they will decide whether or not...
    Analysis by Luke McGee | CNN Sunday night’s news that Prince William tested positive for coronavirus earlier this year has raised questions as to why the British public was not told that the second-in-line to the throne had been ill during the pandemic. According to a report in the Sun newspaper — which the palace has not denied — William told an observer at a function that he chose not to go public with his diagnosis because “there were important things going on, and I didn’t want to worry anyone.” The Sun noted in its report that the Prince took a seven-day break from calls and video messages from April 9 to April 16. During that period, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was off work recovering from his own bout of Covid-19, which was so serious he had to be treated in intensive care, leaving his Foreign Secretary to run...
    London (CNN)Sunday night's news that Prince William tested positive for coronavirus earlier this year has raised questions as to why the British public was not told that the second-in-line to the throne had been ill during the pandemic. According to a report in the Sun newspaper -- which the palace has not denied -- William told an observer at a function that he chose not to go public with his diagnosis because "there were important things going on, and I didn't want to worry anyone." The Sun noted in its report that the Prince took a seven-day break from calls and video messages from April 9 to April 16. During that period, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was off work recovering from his own bout of Covid-19, which was so serious he had to be treated in intensive care, leaving his Foreign Secretary to run the country. Several other members...
    Amazon Studios Jeanise Jones, the babysitter in the 'Borat' sequel, said she was told by the film's producers that she would probably never see the movie. Jones believed the movie was a documentary about women living in parts of the world without rights, and that it would be released in the UK.  In reality, the film is a mockumentary-comedy, and Borat, played by Sacha Baron Cohen, and Tutar, played by Maria Bakalova, are not real.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The babysitter whose presence was pivotal to the plot of the "Borat" sequel said she was told by the film's producers that she would probably never see the movie.  In "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm," the sequel to Sacha Baron Cohen's 2006 mockumentary "Borat," Jeanise Jones babysat Tutar, played by actress Maria Bakalova, whom she believed was Borat's teenaged daughter. Jones told Insider in an interview that her...
    Naomi Campbell has revealed she was told certain things she did when she was younger were 'bad for her race' in a candid new interview.  Speaking to Vogue for their November issue, the model, 50, said that now the way she behaves 'isn't just for me anymore' and that she thinks more of her culture and race when making decisions.  The star dazzled in the cover shoot, donning a dramatic full-length white couture Dior gown.   Honest: Naomi Campbell has revealed she was told certain things she did when she was younger were 'bad for her race' in a candid new interview Discussing her culture she told the glossy magazine: 'There were a few things that I would do when I was younger that I was told were bad for my race.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Naomi Campbell dons a hazmat suit while posing with...
    LONDON — One of the main medical advisers to the British government has warned that the country is at a “tipping point” in its battle against the coronavirus pandemic, a day before Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce fresh lockdown restrictions for virus hot spots in the north of England. England’s deputy chief medical officer, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, said in a statement that the country is at a “tipping point similar to where we were in March.” The U.K. has experienced Europe’s deadliest outbreak with more than 42,750 deaths. Van-Tam laid out his hope that history won’t repeat itself in light of better testing and treatments, as well as greater knowledge of the virus itself. Johnson is on Monday expected to impose additional restrictions in areas where the virus has been spreading fastest in recent weeks. Pubs and restaurants in northern cities like Liverpool for example...
    LONDON -- One of the main medical advisers to the British government has warned that the country is at a “tipping point” in its battle against the coronavirus pandemic, a day before Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce fresh lockdown restrictions for virus hot spots in the north of England. England’s deputy chief medical officer, Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, said in a statement that the country is at a “tipping point similar to where we were in March.” The U.K. has experienced Europe’s deadliest outbreak with more than 42,750 deaths. Van-Tam laid out his hope that history won’t repeat itself in light of better testing and treatments, as well as greater knowledge of the virus itself. Johnson is on Monday expected to impose additional restrictions in areas where the virus has been spreading fastest in recent weeks. Pubs and restaurants in northern cities like Liverpool for example...
    Prince Harry could face a scolding by the Queen amid concerns over his public comments about US politics as royal staff prepare for him to return to the UK, according to reports. It is thought that Palace staff have been told to ready Frogmore Cottage for the imminent return of the duke - without mention of Meghan Markle. The Queen, 94, is likely to meet with Harry at her 'HMS Bubble' at Windsor after she returned in order to resume audiences and small engagements.  But his alleged visit comes after royal experts warned that Harry had been 'burnt significant bridges beyond repair' after he spoke out about the upcoming American election. Prince Harry could face a scolding by the Queen amid concerns over his public comments about US politics as royal staff prepare for him to return to the UK without mention of Meghan Markle, according to reports A source told...
    UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Joe Biden, the 2020 US Democratic presidential nominee. Getty Joe Biden triggered a row in the UK by threatening to veto a transatlantic trade deal if Prime Minister Boris Johnson breaks his Brexit deal with the European Union. Johnson has vowed to disapply the deal he signed with the EU over trade and border provisions with Northern Ireland — and to break international law in order to do so. Senior congressional lawmakers including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have told Johnson that there would be no free-trade deal with the US if he went ahead with this plan. On Wednesday, Biden tweeted that any trade deal was “contingent upon respect for the Agreement and preventing the return of a hard border.” Johnson’s supporters branded Biden a “Boris hater” and ordered him not to lecture...
    A man was “stoned to death” as he walked on the grounds of a historic castle in the UK this week, according to new reports. Local authorities were looking into reports of a “disturbance” on the grounds of Lullingstone Castle in Eynsford around 5:20 p.m. Thursday when they found the body of a man in his 60s identified by locals as Charles Hilder, according to The Guardian. Hilder was pronounced dead on the scene. A Kent police spokesman told the paper that “rocks were being thrown” and that the victim “may have been involved in an altercation with two boys or teenagers near to a lake within the grounds.” But Grammy Award-winning songwriter Victoria Horn, who lives nearby, told Metro UK that the victim “was just out walking and they stoned him to death.” “This is where I walk my dog and now I’m really worried about taking him out,”...
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