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People who take covert photos of mums breastfeeding could face jail time

People who take pictures of breastfeeding mothers without consent could face up to two years in jail under plans to change the law. Domestic abuse victims will also be given more time to go to the police as part of amendments to the Police, Crime Sentencing and Courts Bill put forward by the Government on Tuesday. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) said “taking non-consensual photographs or video recordings of breastfeeding […]

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Boris Johnson sticks with Plan B in bid to ride out Omicron without lockdown

Boris Johnson has backed sticking with Plan B measures as he hopes to “ride out” the massive wave of Omicron cases without lockdown restrictions despite warnings the NHS is under significant pressure. The Prime Minister said anyone who believes the battle against the disease is over is “profoundly wrong” as he confirmed he would advocate to his Cabinet the need to stick with work-from-home guidance, mask-wearing and the use of […]

todayJanuary 4, 2022 12

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Andrew accuser waived right to sue by signing 370000 agreement court told

The Duke of York’s accuser waived her right to sue him for sexual abuse when she signed a 500,000-dollar settlement agreement, a US court has been told. Andrew’s lawyer, Andrew B Brettler, argued during a video conference hearing that the confidential agreement Virginia Giuffre entered into with Jeffrey Epstein, who she claims trafficked her to have sex with the duke, ended her right to pursue anyone else. The document, made […]

todayJanuary 4, 2022 11

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Parts of the NHS are in a state of crisis warns chief

Many parts of the health service are “in a state of crisis”, the chief executive of the NHS Confederation has warned. Many parts of the health service are “in a state of crisis”, the chief executive of the NHS Confederation has warned. Matthew Taylor said that “in many parts of the health service, we are currently in a state of crisis” and that in the face of staff absence and […]

todayJanuary 3, 2022 12

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Heather Small reveals fears over appearing on The Masked Singer

M People star Heather Small feared she would be mistaken for a footballer after disguising her distinctive voice while performing on The Masked Singer. M People star Heather Small feared she would be mistaken for a footballer after disguising her distinctive voice while performing on The Masked Singer. The singer, known for 90s hits including Moving On Up and Search For The Hero, was the first celebrity crooner eliminated from […]

todayJanuary 3, 2022 11

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Andrew accusers 2009 settlement with Jeffrey Epstein made public

A legal document the Duke of York’s lawyer believes will stop the civil sex lawsuit against the royal has been released. A legal document the Duke of York’s lawyer believes will stop the civil sex lawsuit against the royal has been released. The 2009 settlement agreement was reached between Virginia Giuffre, also known as Virginia Roberts, and Andrew’s former friend and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The 12-page document which […]

todayJanuary 3, 2022 10

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Suez Canal revenues hit all time record of 63bn US dollars

Annual revenues of the Suez Canal in Egypt have reached 6.3 billion US dollars (£4.7 billion), the highest in the crucial waterway’s history. Annual revenues of the Suez Canal in Egypt have reached 6.3 billion US dollars (£4.7 billion), the highest in the crucial waterway’s history. Admiral Ossama Rabei, head of the Suez Canal Authority, said last year’s revenues rose 12.8% compared with 2020, when the canal achieved 5.6 billion […]

todayJanuary 2, 2022 20

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Face to face teaching to continue with on site Covid tests and masks in class

The Secretary of State for Education said face-to-face teaching will continue and reman “the norm” as he outlined a series of Covid measures for schools. The Secretary of State for Education said face-to-face teaching will continue and reman “the norm” as he outlined a series of Covid measures for schools. Nadhim Zahawi said secondary pupils will have to wear masks in classrooms and be able to access on-site coronavirus tests […]

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Government recognises challenges of rising bills amid calls for intervention

The Government recognises people are facing “challenges” with household bills, a minister has said, as Tory politicians called for the Prime Minister to help those facing fuel poverty. The Government recognises people are facing “challenges” with household bills, a minister has said, as Tory politicians called for the Prime Minister to help those facing fuel poverty. Around 20 Conservative MPs and peers have written in the Sunday Telegraph asking Boris […]

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