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Five more federal executions are scheduled in the weeks before Joe Biden enters the White House
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Prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to reveal which tiers each part of England will fall into once the current lockdown ends
The money saving expert has shared his forecasts for Black Friday, including offers from Asos and Game
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Ghislaine Maxwell faces tougher jail conditions than inmates convicted of murder or terrorism, according to one of her lawyers. Jeffrey Epstein's former girlfriend is woken every 15 minutes to ensure she is breathing, despite her having no history of mental health issues or suicide attempts, a judge was told. Bobbi Sternheim said Maxwell is monitored 24 hours a day with a camera in her cell and cameras following her whenever she steps outside.
The Middle Eastern studies expert had been picked up at Tehran Airport while trying to leave the country after attending a conference. Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been detained in Iran since 2016 after being sentenced to five years in prison over allegations, which she denies, of plotting to overthrow the Iranian government.
The UK has recorded another 696 coronavirus deaths overnight – the biggest 24-hour jump for more than six months. This brings the total number of cases recorded in the UK since the start of the pandemic to 1,557,007. The latest Government figures come exactly a week before England’s national lockdown is lifted and the country enters a new “tougher” tiered system of localised restrictions.
Sir Keir Starmer faced a "full frontal attack" from senior allies of Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday after they stormed out of a meeting in protest at Dame Margaret Beckett being appointed to chair Labour's ruling body. The Labour leader was accused of "personally lobbying" to ensure the role did not go to Ian Murray of the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), a hard-Left ally of his predecessor. The row follows days of infighting over Sir Keir's decision to withhold the Parliamentary whip from Mr Corbyn, with Mr Murray one of various Left-wing figures to criticise the decision. Mr Corbyn, who has been suspended for three months, has been issued with an ultimatum stating that he must "unequivocally" apologise for saying the scale of anti-Semitism in the party had been "overstated". At a meeting held virtually on Tuesday morning, several members of the party's national executive committee (NEC) had argued that as serving vice-chairman Mr Murray should be automatically promoted to the role of chairman.
EU threatens to pull out of Brexit talks if UK refuses to compromiseMichel Barnier says further negotiations would be pointless if UK does not change stance
Experts have suggested relaxing the coronavirus restrictions at Christmas could lead to a surge in hospital admissions and another lockdown.
Gemma, who took part in the BBC show in 2017, is also the girlfriend of Maisie’s dance partner Gorka Marquez.
With tree-covered slopes that rise to a pointed summit, the mountain overlooking the Bosnian town of Visoko resembles any other ordinary hillside in the Balkan state. Yet thousands of yearly visitors -- including high-profile stars like Serbian tennis champion Novak Djokovic -- don't see it that way: despite scientists' efforts to debunk the claims, large numbers of people still believe the hill is an ancient man-made pyramid with magical healing powers.
David Wilson, 36, posed as a teenage girl to get indecent images from boys, blackmailing them into sending more or abusing other youngsters.
'I want people to be vigilant because we're turning the corner now,’ says Robert Redfield
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Allies of Joe Biden have made clear that he expects to see a Brexit trade deal concluded swiftly as he seeks to rebuild a "coalition of the West" to respond to the growing spectre of China. The Telegraph understands that John Kerry, who has been appointed as Mr Biden's climate envoy, has signalled privately that the new administration wants to see a "positive outcome" from the talks. It suggests Mr Biden's incoming administration is ratcheting up the pressure on Boris Johnson to strike an agreement as UK and EU officials seek a compromise on the issues of fishing rights and "level playing field" guarantees for business. While both sides believe a deal could be struck as early as next week, the UK continues to insist it is prepared to walk away if Brussels fails to soften its red lines. However, in an intervention on Tuesday Mr Biden reiterated that he did not want to see a "guarded border" on the island of Ireland as a result of no deal. The Government's controversial Internal Market Bill has no deal clauses related to Northern Ireland overriding the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, which prevents the return of a hard border on the island. A trade deal with Brussels would remove the need for the clauses, which break international law. Although Mr Johnson has reassured the president-elect that he is committed to preventing a hard border, Mr Biden told reporters that "the idea of having a border north and south once again being closed is just not right, we've just got to keep the border open".