Corbyn forced to apologise after attending meeting where Israel was compared to the Nazis | Politics | News

Jeremy Corbyn has been forced to apologise (Image: GETTY) The main talk, entitled The Misuse of the Holocaust for Political Purposes, was delivered by a Jewish Auschwitz survivor who repeatedly compared the Nazi regime to Israeli government policy in Gaza. Mr Corbyn also allegedly walked down the aisle pointing out to police some protestors he wanted removed, though Labour sources say records do not back up this claim. The Labour leader has been repeatedly accused of failing to confront and condemn anti-Semitism in Labour ranks. In a statement about the…

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15 Clothing Stores Like Urban Outfitters You’ll Wish You’d Known About Sooner

Vintage tees, retro fits, trendy skincare, linen everything. You want it, Urban Outfitters has it. There’s a reason it’s loved by so many. It’s affordable, trendy, stylish and even though it’s a retail chain, pieces feel like vintage, one-of-a-kind finds. Unfortunately though, Urban Outfitters doesn’t have everything. For starters, they’re not very size inclusive, and they’re also not necessarily a destination for dressier formal events like weddings and cocktail parties.  To make sure you’re always dressed to impress, we’ve found 15 other trend-forward clothing stores that are similar to UO. From…

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Please Don’t Pluck Your Eyebrows To Copy Rihanna’s Vogue Look

On Tuesday, British Vogue debuted its September 2018 cover, featuring a flower-crowned Rihanna sporting some seriously skinny eyebrows that would give Greta Garbo a run for her money. But before you get excited and grab the tweezers, we urge you: Step away!  First of all, Rihanna’s brows on the cover are a result of some makeup magic. Makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench, who used Fenty Beauty (naturally) on the singer’s face for the photo shoot, confirmed as much to HuffPost via email. When asked if she achieved the eyebrow look by covering and…

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Brexit news: Theresa May told WTO will turn UK into an ECONOMIC POWERHOUSE | Politics | News

The research carried out by eminent former Harvard economist and entrepreneur Michael Burrage reveals that countries which do not have a trade deal with the EU and rely on WTO rules – known as the World Trade Deal option – strongly outperform their rivals. The study comes as foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned the EU that it will be making a “terrible geostrategic mistake” if it forces a no deal which means Britain will opt for the World Trade Deal through WTO membership. Mr Hunt warned that the UK…

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Kate Garraway news: Presenter poses in Asos jumpsuit in Good Morning Britain studio

Kate Garraway looked chic in a mustard jumpsuit from Asos on Wednesday’s episode of Good Morning Britain. The jumpsuit retails for £40 available on Asos.  The flute sleeve of the jumpsuit is flattering on the arms and the belt cinches Kate in at the waist. She kept the rest of her outfit simple with a pair of nude heels. Comments were mixed on social media about Kate’s jumpsuit. One person wrote: “And we’re back to the unflattering clothes on poor Kate…” Whilst another wrote: “Sexy despite the uneven tan!!” However…

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Samsung announces Galaxy Tab S4 a week ahead of Galaxy Note 9 unveiling

UPDATE 2: Samsung announces brand new Galaxy Tab S4 ahead of Note 9 unveiling The South Korean tech giant has uploaded a video to their YouTube channel that announced the Galaxy Tab S4 that appears set to compete directly with Apple’s iPad. The tablet aims to be a productivity king – it features Samsung’s DeX software that will allow it to break free from traditional Android software and function more like a laptop would. The software first made a debut as an accessory to the Galaxy S8 when it was…

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Lord Mandelson MUST remain loyal to EU even after Brexit to receive £35,000 pension | Politics | News

The peer is entitled to an estimated £35,000 a year when he reaches 65 but must follow the strict EU rulebook if he wants to keep his gold-plated retirement fund. Lord Mandelson, an influential figure in Tony Blair’s New Labour, is entitled to his pension from Brussels after serving as a British commissioner from November 2004 to October 2008, before making a return to domestic politics. This week, he made disparaging remarks about the 17.4 million Britons who voted Leave, branding them nationalists. Under the terms of his EU pension,…

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Bitcoin price news: Trader claims THIS event in Q4 18 will be great news for Bitcoin | City & Business | Finance

Brian Kelly from Bitcoin trading company BKCM claimed the implementation of a new regulated exchange for cryptocurrencies could come as soon as Q4 2018, bringing forward new opportunities for Bitcoin. Asked about whether a regulated exchange and crypto custody system are “a long way off,” Mr Kelly told CNBC: “I don’t think they’re a long way off. “I think they are probably Q4 2018 so I think that’s coming in the next four to six months or so. “We are in an environment where there’s lots of regulation and this…

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EUROZONE ON BRINK: Brussels panics as eurozone growth ’loses momentum’ and COLLAPSES | Politics | News

The area’s gross domestic product (GDP) has increased of just 0.3 percent between the first and second quarter of 2018, according to data released by Eurostat, the eurozone’s statistics agency. This growth is not only weaker than forecasted but represents the lowest figure since the second quarter of 2016. This slowdown comes weeks after the ECB announced it would end the helping measures it took following the 2008 financial crisis that brought to their knees members of the southern part of the continent. In 2015 the ECB started buying assets…

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Hard to swallow! Project Fear says Brexit will ruin your butties

British Sandwich Association director Jim Winslip has warned his members would struggle to make fresh sandwiches. But Mr Winslip’s claims on BBC Newsnight have been ridiculed and highlighted the misinformation being put out about a World Trade Organisation deal that experts believe will massively lift Britain’s GDP. Tim Martin, the owner of Wetherspoons pubs who has moved to sourcing British-only products and played a leading role in the Leave campaign, said that moving to WTO rules with the EU will lead to cheaper food prices because their tariffs on food…

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