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The Cleaner trailer starring Greg Davies
The Cleaner trailer starring Greg Davies
‘I’m in a very difficult position because I also have three children with him,’ said choreographer who was married to R Kelly for 13 years
Boris Johnson pulled back from plans to send in the Army as ministers insisted there is no shortage of supplies.
PARIS (Reuters) -Former Greenpeace executive Yannick Jadot beat a more radical opponent on Tuesday to become the French Greens' candidate for president next year, potentially boosting their chances of reaching out beyond their traditional base. The 54-year-old EU lawmaker worked for non-governmental organisations in Burkina Faso and Bangladesh before leading environment-focused NGOs including the French branch of Greenpeace, and becoming increasingly involved in politics. The French Greens lack the firepower of their German counterparts and no opinion poll sees Jadot, who currently polls around 6%, as a serious challenger to President Emmanuel Macron.
"This case is not about a celebrity who likes to party a lot," assistant US attorney Maria Cruz Melendez told the jury on the first day of R Kelly's trial. R Kelly - once one of the biggest music stars in the world, a three-time Grammy winner whose chart-topping hits include I Believe I Can Fly, Bump 'N' Grind and Ignition - had denied all the charges, his lawyers calling his accusers "disgruntled groupies" and saying they were lying, arguing that any "relationships" were consenting. Robert Sylvester Kelly has now been found guilty of all nine charges brought against him - one charge of racketeering and eight counts of violating a law which prohibits transporting people across state lines for prostitution.
The city’s most stylish are back
A World Heritage Site in Derby was put at risk after Robert Jenrick overrode a council’s refusal to grant planning permission for a housing development, Unesco was told.
China's Foreign Ministry says that two Canadians who were detained in late 2019 but have been allowed to return to Canada were released on bail for health reasons
The report urged officials to prioritise projects which support connectivity, growth and productivity.
The Ukrainian maintained his undefeated record as he secured a unanimous decision victory
A ram in New South Wales, Australia, lived up to its name when it charged headfirst at a feed bucket over and over, recently shared video shows.Video by Jobe Goman, a resident of Manilla, New South Wales, shows a lonesome ram engaged in an epic battle with a bucket in Goman’s field – with the bucket at times winning.Speaking to Storyful, Goman said he later sold the animal, as it was a “pain in the ass to manage” and regularly attacked him when he entered the paddock. Credit: Jobe Goman via Storyful
China's blanket ban on crypto trading and mining will open up new opportunities for free market economies that encourage innovation. View on euronews
Law enforcement agencies from eight countries have smashed a drug-trafficking organisation run by Balkan gangsters and Colombian cocaine suppliers who laundered the money via football transfers.
Bruce Dinwiddy, who has died in Esher aged 75, was Governor of the Cayman Islands in the Caribbean when, on September 12 2004, the area was hit by Hurricane Ivan.
The stunt was performed hours before the world premiere of the new Bond film No Time To Die.
Sixty-seven Yemeni rebels and pro-government troops have been killed as fighting intensifies for the key city of Marib, military and medical sources said Monday. A volley of air strikes from the Saudi-led coalition targeted the Iran-backed Houthi rebels, who have stepped up their assault on the government's last northern stronghold.Hundreds of fighters have died this month after the Houthis renewed their campaign for the capital city of oil-rich Marib province."Fifty-eight Huthi insurgents and n
'Dog the Bounty Hunter' joins the search for Brian Laundrie
A mindful Christmas begins with a reusable advent calendar
French President Emmanuel Macron is pelted with an egg as he strolls through the aisles of the International Food Trade Exhibition.
A shadow minister’s decision to resign at the Labour party conference was a “planned” attack against Sir Keir Starmer, the Labour leader’s backers said on Tuesday. In a letter sent to Sir Keir, the former frontbencher said making the argument was something he “could not do”. Current party policy, as part of a “new deal for workers” launched earlier in the conference, is that the minimum wage would rise from £8.91 to at least £10 per hour under a Labour government.
Defunding the police will never be a Labour policy, the shadow home secretary has said. In a speech aimed at presenting Labour as the party of law and order, Nick Thomas-Symonds also accused Home Secretary Priti Patel of failing to deliver.