Obama in Florida: Trump’s tough guy schtick is a fraud

“He likes to act tough and talk tough. He thinks scowling and being mean is tough,” Obama said at a drive-in rally in South Florida. “But when ‘60 Minutes‘ and Lesley Stahl are too tough for you, you ain’t all that tough.” Obama turned the screws on Trump for a second time in four days after making his debut on the campaign trail earlier this week at a pair of events in Philadelphia. The decision to … Read more

Eyes turn to Texas as early voting surge surpasses 2016

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas has already cast nearly 7 million votes, more than anywhere in America, and Glen Murdoch couldn’t get his ballot in fast enough after becoming a U.S. citizen this summer. “I was champing at the bit,” said Murdoch, who moved to Austin from Australia shortly after President Donald Trump took office, and cast a ballot last week to vote him out. It’s a rush to the polls in Texas like seldom seen … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a Covid vaccine in weeks’

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a vaccine in weeks’ as the Government accelerates timetable for a mass roll-out before Christmas – while ministers introduce new laws to bypass EU approval for jab Email sent by an NHS Trust chief to his staff, seen by The Mail on Sunday, reveals Health Service is preparing for a national vaccination programme before Christmas In memo to staff earlier this month, Glen Burley, chief executive of George … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a Covid vaccine in weeks’

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a vaccine in weeks’ as the Government accelerates timetable for a mass roll-out before Christmas – while ministers introduce new laws to bypass EU approval for jab Email sent by an NHS Trust chief to his staff, seen by The Mail on Sunday, reveals Health Service is preparing for a national vaccination programme before Christmas In memo to staff earlier this month, Glen Burley, chief executive of George … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

Streets in Rome and Paris are deserted as curfews come into effect

Protestors clash with police in Naples over curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus as a second wave bites in Europe Hundreds of activists, many wearing face coverings, took to city’s streets this evening to oppose a lockdown They chanted and marched through the centre while garbage cans were set on fire as smoke filled the air  Police also flooded the streets of Rome this evening on the first night of the curfew, which will … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

Netflix cancellations rose after release of controversial film Cuties

Netflix subscriptions plummeted and cancellations increased by 800% after the release of controversial French film Cuties, analytics firm reveals Streaming giant Netflix announced weak third quarter earnings earlier this week  Company added just 2.2 million global subscribers, falling short of expectations  Two analytics firms said cancellations surged after release of French film Cuties  Cuties, which debuted on September 9, is about 11-year-old girls’ dance troupe  The group learns sexualized choreography in preparation for dance competition Director … Read more

Streets in Rome and Paris are deserted as curfews come into effect

Protestors clash with police in Naples over curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus as a second wave bites in Europe Hundreds of activists, many wearing face coverings, took to city’s streets this evening to oppose a lockdown They chanted and marched through the centre while garbage cans were set on fire as smoke filled the air  Police also flooded the streets of Rome this evening on the first night of the curfew, which will … Read more

Trump campaign sues in Nevada to stop Vegas-area vote count

The Trump campaign and Nevada Republicans asked a state judge on Friday to stop counting Las Vegas-area mail-in ballots as the president and his supporters continue to question the safety and validity of those votes.  NEVADA U.S. ATTORNEY ANNOUNCES ‘DISTRICT ELECTION OFFICER’ TO HANDLE GROWING CONCERNS OF ELECTION FRAUD A lawsuit filed in state court less than two weeks before the Nov. 3 election claims that observers haven’t been allowed close enough to workers and machines at vote-counting … Read more

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a Covid vaccine in weeks’

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a vaccine in weeks’ as the Government accelerates timetable for a mass roll-out before Christmas – while ministers introduce new laws to bypass EU approval for jab Email sent by an NHS Trust chief to his staff, seen by The Mail on Sunday, reveals Health Service is preparing for a national vaccination programme before Christmas In memo to staff earlier this month, Glen Burley, chief executive of George … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

SIR ROCCO FORTE: Matt Hancock’s ineptitude is bankrupting my industry

SIR ROCCO FORTE: Matt Hancock’s ineptitude is bankrupting my industry – it’s time he was sacked By Sir Rocco Forte For The Mail On Sunday Published: 17:02 EDT, 24 October 2020 | Updated: 17:13 EDT, 24 October 2020 We are gradually becoming a totalitarian state. Ministers are encouraging people to spy on their neighbours, the police are urged to abandon their normal duties to disturb us in the privacy of our homes, and pub and restaurant … Read more

Rocco Forte tells Hancock to quit for ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy

Hotelier tells Matt Hancock to quit for his ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy and piles pressure on Health Secretary to answer questions about Commons bar row – as poll reveals only NINE per cent believe he didn’t break curfew Sir Rocco Forte says Hancock should pay for misguided lockdown with his job He says the Government’s virus response has turned UK into ‘a totalitarian state’ In a scathing article for The Mail on Sunday, the hotel tycoon declares: … Read more

Streets in Rome and Paris are deserted as curfews come into effect

Protestors clash with police in Naples over curfew imposed to curb the spread of coronavirus as a second wave bites in Europe Hundreds of activists, many wearing face coverings, took to city’s streets this evening to oppose a lockdown They chanted and marched through the centre while garbage cans were set on fire as smoke filled the air  Police also flooded the streets of Rome this evening on the first night of the curfew, which will … Read more

Drivers cross into Wales as country goes into ‘firebreak’ lockdown

Cars and lorries drive into Wales as THREE police forces claim to be patrolling border as country goes into lockdown and First Minister Mark Drakeford bans sale of ‘non-essential’ items in supermarkets Police checkpoints will be set up on a key section of the Anglo-Welsh border, officers have confirmed  Controversial Welsh ‘firebreak’ lockdown featuring harsher restrictions runs from yesterday until November 9 Stores being told they are unable to sell items such as clothes to shoppers … Read more

Nicola Sturgeon unveils new harsher FIVE ‘Tier’ lockdown system

Fury at Nicola Sturgeon for ‘manufacturing grievances’ as she demands MORE Covid money from Westminster – despite already having been handed £6.5BILLION extra – amid warning that Scotland’s new FIVE Tier lockdown will see some businesses close permanently Nicola Sturgeon unveiling her new five Tier lockdown system in Scotland at news conference this afternoon   She also held out an olive branch to hospitality businesses who blasted the harsh new lockdown measures A ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown has … Read more

Borat 2 is released one hour before debate

Borat ‘defends’ honey trap scene involving Rudy Giuliani as ‘innocent sexy time encounter with 15-year-old’ – as Sacha Baron Cohen’s new movie is released early Borat 2 was released Thursday evening, a day ahead of schedule and just one hour before the second presidential debate The character sarcastically defended Rudy Giuliani in a video Thursday night  Borat, played by Sacha Baron Cohen, called Giuliani’s honey trap scene in the film an ‘innocent sexy time encounter’ with … Read more

Second and final presidential debate kicks off in Nashville

Joe Biden and Donald Trump lay into each other over Hunter’s emails as Democrat claims he’s NEVER taken a penny from a ‘foreign source’ and calls Rudy Giuliani a Russian pawn – but president calls him ‘corrupt’ and says ‘explain it to the American people’ The second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden kicked off in Nashville Thursday at Belmont University’s Curb Event Center arena with 200 people in the audience  The night started with … Read more

Warrington WILL move into Tier 3 ‘next week’

Warrington WILL move into Tier 3 next week after local bosses agree £6million support package for tightest lockdown as Nottinghamshire could face even tougher curbs to control outbreak Discussions concluded this morning with Tier 3 restrictions set to come into force potentially by Thursday The move was triggered by strained hospital capacity. There are 102 Covid-19 patients in Warrington hospitals The Cheshire town diagnosed 347 cases per 100,000 people in the week to October 18 Nottinghamshire, … Read more

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a Covid vaccine in weeks’

At last! NHS workers are ‘set to get a vaccine in weeks’ as the Government accelerates timetable for a mass roll-out before Christmas – while ministers introduce new laws to bypass EU approval for jab Email sent by an NHS Trust chief to his staff, seen by The Mail on Sunday, reveals Health Service is preparing for a national vaccination programme before Christmas In memo to staff earlier this month, Glen Burley, chief executive of George … Read more

Shopper tears plastic sheets from ‘non-essential’ items in Wales

Tesco shopper is charged with criminal damage and breaching coronavirus regulations after tearing away plastic sheets covering ‘non-essential’ items in Welsh supermarkets A shopper was filmed ripping down covers in Tesco in Bangor on Friday night It comes as shops are not allowed to sell some goods under the Welsh lockdown  Wales was plunged into a draconian ‘firebreak’ lockdown from 6pm Friday night It will last 17 days, people will be asked to stay home and … Read more

SIR ROCCO FORTE: Matt Hancock’s ineptitude is bankrupting my industry

SIR ROCCO FORTE: Matt Hancock’s ineptitude is bankrupting my industry – it’s time he was sacked By Sir Rocco Forte For The Mail On Sunday Published: 17:02 EDT, 24 October 2020 | Updated: 17:13 EDT, 24 October 2020 We are gradually becoming a totalitarian state. Ministers are encouraging people to spy on their neighbours, the police are urged to abandon their normal duties to disturb us in the privacy of our homes, and pub and restaurant … Read more

Rocco Forte tells Hancock to quit for ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy

Hotelier tells Matt Hancock to quit for his ‘shambolic’ coronavirus strategy and piles pressure on Health Secretary to answer questions about Commons bar row – as poll reveals only NINE per cent believe he didn’t break curfew Sir Rocco Forte says Hancock should pay for misguided lockdown with his job He says the Government’s virus response has turned UK into ‘a totalitarian state’ In a scathing article for The Mail on Sunday, the hotel tycoon declares: … Read more