Video of Christian B, the main suspect in the Madeleine McCann case, before she disappeared.
Duncan Bannatyne has vowed not to open another business in Scotland in the wake of Nicola Sturgeon's "absolutely ridiculous" decision to keep gyms closed until the middle of September. The former Dragons' Den star, who owns 11 gyms north of the Border employing 600 people, told The Telegraph it was "unbelievable" she considered it safe to reopen pubs, bingo halls and bowling alleys but not health clubs. He said Ms Sturgeon and her officials had not bothered to see for themselves the safety measures implemented, arguing that she had a "hidden agenda" and was only interested in independence. The Scottish entrepreneur said he would "never again" open a business north of the Border, adding: "I don't know if many people would."
The three were cleared of the Thames Valley Police officer’s murder by a jury earlier this month.
Johnson’s statement on Friday afternoon followed the imposition of new restrictions on parts of England to quell potential new outbreaks.
You might have noticed Kylie Jenner has a new Instagram sidekick: Anastasia Karanikolaou, who also goes by the name Stassie or Stassie Baby on social media.Jenner took to social media to share a “fun fact” about the pair, who have been friends since childhood. Posing in matching nude corseted bodysuits and sunglasses, Jenner wrote, “we’ve been twinning since we were in middle school. we used to never leave the house unless we had a matching outfit on 🤣😍... so get ready for a lifetime of more twin pics.”
A woman wearing a mask at a Walmart in Gainesville, Georgia, abused another customer, who was in the store without a mask alongside her maskless children on July 20.Martin Ayala filmed this video showing the confrontation. “I hope you all die because you’re all gonna kill me,” the masked woman said to the mother before walking away.“Did she just say she hopes us all die?” Ayala can be hears saying in the video after witnessing the incident.The mother, identified in local news reports as Desiree Alis Vansickle, posted another video on her Facebook page stated that she lost it when the masked woman said, “I hope you and your kids die”.“You can see her look my kids in the eyes and say ‘I hope you all die’. It took a lot for me to not hit her, " she wrote in the Facebook post.Walmart required all shoppers to wear face-coverings from July 20. The Georgia government also urged all residents to wear cloth face masks when in public. Credit: Martin Ayala via Storyful
Ghislaine Maxwell trained underage girls as sex slaves, documents allege. Unsealed testimony from 2015 case reveals series of claims about British socialite’s role in Epstein sex-trafficking ring
Two Australian women with Covid-19 who returned to Brisbane from Melbourne via Sydney and avoided quarantine by concealing their point of origin had attended an illegal party in Victoria, it was revealed Thursday. They arrived in Queensland on 21 July, eight days before that state’s government banned arrivals from Greater Sydney. The news emerged as Victoria reported two grim records, with 13 Covid-19 deaths and 723 new cases in 24 hours. The 723 Victorian cases on their own broke the previous record for the entire country, and came alongside 19 new cases in New South Wales, where three outbreaks have been identified in Sydney. The women, aged 19 and 21, who attended work and a number of other sites after returning to Queensland but before testing positive, were at a gathering of at least 20 people in Melbourne which was shut down by police. Melbourne and neighbouring Mitchell Shire have been under a lockdown since June in response to Victoria’s surge in Covid-19 cases.
The co-founder of Republican anti-Trump group The Lincoln Project has called congressman Louie Gohmert ”America’s craziest and dumbest congressman”, following confirmation he tested positive for coronavirus.Steve Schmidt co-founded the Republican political action committee that is aiming to prevent the reelection of Donald Trump, alongside George Conway, the husband of the president’s adviser Kellyanne Conway.
Boris Johnson is understood to be furious after he was blocked from giving peerages to some of the Conservative Party's financial backers, and is threatening to reform the House of Lords in retaliation. The Prime Minister is said to be "very frustrated, angry and upset" after a Lords watchdog refused to sign off peerages for some of his business supporters this summer. Instead, the list – which has been ready to publish for a number of days – will largely consist of political backers, with a second list of financial supporters, including businessmen Johnny Leavesley and Peter Cruddas, due to be published in the autumn. The House of Lords Appointments Commission is said to have raised objections after the Lords Speaker, Lord Fowler, expressed concerns about the size of the Second Chamber, which is set to surge above 800 after the appointments. There is no suggestion that any problems have been found with the nominations of Mr Leavesley or Mr Cruddas. Mr Johnson is said to be "very frustrated" about the last-minute hitches. He has put forward the names of former Labour MPs Frank Field, Ian Austin and John Woodcock after Labour's nominations for former deputy leader Tom Watson, ex-House of Commons speaker John Bercow and party aide Karie Murphy were blocked. One source said: "The issue is from the House of Lords itself. They are stamping their feet. There are a lot of people not going in, like Bercow and Watson, and they are slapping Boris around a bit." One source said the Prime Minister had expressed his extreme displeasure with the Commission and is now considering measures to reform the watchdog. The source said: "He is going to sort it out." Mr Johnson is said to be furious because he sees the new list of peers as people who will advance the Tory cause in the House of Lords, where Conservatives are in the minority. The Dissolution list – which could be unveiled on Friday – is thought to include the former Conservative MPs James Wharton, Ed Vaisey, Philip Hammond and Ken Clarke. The former Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson is understood to have agreed to accept a peerage but will not take it up until she steps down as an MSP next May. A Downing Street spokesman declined to comment. The House of Lords Appointments Commission was approached for comment.
Dove Cameron has never been one to hide her tiny tattoos. With ink dating back to when she was just 14 years old - she has admitted she got it illegally and without parental permission - she has expanded and grown her collection of tattoos ever since and is an open book when it comes to the most intimate meanings behind each. Cameron has 11 known tattoos to date, with one of the most recent being of a gun with a rose on her wrist in honor of her friend Cameron Boyce who died at age 20 from epilepsy. She also has a tattoo on her arm in honor of her father, who passed away when she was 15. While most of her tattoos are on areas in plain sight, she has four that are usually hidden from the public eye - most of which are matching with people like her mom and sister and even past boyfriends. One of these hidden tattoos is the saying "Matière D'étoiles" on her ankle, which she got with her mom and sister based off a bedtime story her mom wrote for them. Another is the sketch of a sunshine between her fingers that she got with her current boyfriend, Thomas Doherty. She also has the Capricorn symbol on one hip (this is the tattoo from when she was 14) and the Gemini symbol, which is her ex Ryan McCartan's sign, on her other hip. Ahead, see the rest of Cameron's tattoos and learn what each one means.
'China is powerful now': Beijing's aggressive global stance sparks wave of nationalismAs China comes under attack abroad, nationalist sentiment at home is being stoked – at the expense of other voices
Face coverings will be mandatory in indoor settings where people are likely to come into contact with people they do not know, such as museums, places of worship and cinemas, from August 8.
Hong Kong: China says it will not recognise UK overseas passportsAmbassador’s warning comes in response to UK’s special visa offer to Hong Kong citizens
After 34 years, the Phantom Of The Opera closes for good on the west end of London, UK. The announcement was made late Wednesday (July 29), but already a removal lorry is ready to take all the set and costumes away.
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said 46,046 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Wednesday.