Trump slams Biden on 9/11 anniversary
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Trump slams Biden on 9/11 anniversary
There were even traces of damage on the back linking it to the way Van Gogh used wads of starch to attach sheets of paper to drawing boards
The victim said Al-Turkey’s attack had ‘killed the spontaneous, joyful, carefree version of myself’
Senator Lindsey Graham reportedly told former President Donald Trump that the defeated, one-term chief executive’s volatile nature had “f*****…up” his time in office, a forthcoming book by the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward and Robert Costa reveals. In Peril, Mr Woodward and Mr Costa report that Mr Graham admonished Mr Trump during one of the myriad phone calls between the South Carolina Republican and the ex-president this past summer. “Your problem is too much drama, too much volatility,” Mr Graham said while advising Mr Trump that he could “fix [his] problems” more easily than President Biden could correct his own flaws, according to the book.
It’s often said that Ibstock Place, the school that Nadhim Zahawi, the new Education Secretary – and I – attended, is one of London’s best kept secrets. Unlike Harrow or Latymer or St Paul’s, the name ‘Ibstock’ isn’t immediately familiar to most people, despite it being listed in the biographies of some of the most recognisable faces in the country, from Emily Blunt to Nigella Lawson.
At least 139.2 million people have suffered from climate disasters since March 2020, report finds
Migrants have been seen crossing the Channel to the UK for the fourth day in a row, as warm weather and calm seas provided comparatively safe conditions to make the journey. Sky News correspondents have witnessed migrant boats travelling across the waters as Home Secretary Priti Patel met with Border Force officials in Dover. Vigilant then headed back to Dover.
Unite said, in a ballot, members working at the Faslane and Coulport bases supported taking action short of a strike by 100%.
Dutch Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag resigned on Thursday, after a majority of parliament said she had mishandled the evacuation of refugees from Afghanistan last month. Members of parliament from across the political spectrum said Kaag bore responsibility for the government's slow response to the surge of the Taliban and for failing to prepare the safe passage of thousands of Afghans who could have been eligible for asylum in the Netherlands. "Your chamber has decided the Cabinet acted irresponsibly," Kaag said.
Italy, the homeland of Prosecco, is not happy with Croatia's attempt to get EU recognition for the Dalmatian wine, 'Prošek'.View on euronews
Police chiefs have been told they need to “get a grip” in order to tackle the “stark, shocking and evolving” epidemic of violence against women and girls.
Transport secretary Grant Shapps is expected to announce an overhaul of border controls on Friday.
A camouflaged body was found during a helicopter search for another missing traveller
The former foreign secretary seen as one of the big losers in Boris Johnson’s Cabinet reshuffle after move to Justice.
Without an adequate plan, the UK will be stuck in a cycle of rising deaths and measures introduced too late to counter them.
Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire burning on the roof of an office building undergoing renovations in Washington on Thursday, September 16.DC Fire said the fire was “confined to roofing material only” and the blaze was extinguished as of around 11:15 am local time. No injuries were reported.The building, which is part of L’Enfant Plaza, is undergoing renovations to become the new headquarters of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), according to the agency.Videos released by DC Fire show firefighters working to put out the flames. Credit: DC Fire and EMS via Storyful
‘It’s a seller’s market for workers’: how Covid and Brexit have shaken up UK jobs. As firms sound alarm over staff shortages, the role of unions is shifting from saving jobs to boosting pay and conditions
More than four million 18-39 year-olds have yet to have their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
English exam board doubles choice of books by writers of colour. Bernardine Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other amongst new books on OCR’s English literature curriculum
The big highlight of Mexico's Independence Day has been the visit by Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel
Glynn Purnell, Aktar Islam and Alex Claridge are calling for more young people to get hospitality industry jobs.