Jeremy Corbyn questions Israel’s RIGHT TO EXIST in SHOCK footage | Politics | News

The Labour leader is currently resisting attempts to incorporate the full International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism in party rules because it includes not questioning Israel’s right to exist. Now historic footage has emerged of him  apparently questioning the right of Israel to exist and claiming that newspaper’s supporting it was evidence of bias in the media. Footage from an interview with Iranian Press TV was tweeted on Tuesday by political blogger the Golem, as Labour’s anti-Semitism conflict continues. The Golem tweeted: “Remember that time @JeremyCorbyn appeared on PressTV…

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Celine Dion’s Instagram Account Is A Wondrous World Of Style Inspiration

If you’re not already following Celine Dion on Instagram, you should be.  The iconic singer, who joined the social media platform a few years ago, has really stepped up her Insta-game since kicking off her Live 2018 tour back in June. Day after day, she (or what is likely a social media team) posts photos of herself in designer ensembles that would be right at home in Anna Dello Russo’s closet.  Dion hasn’t always been the fashion plate she is now ― though if you ask us, the Canadian national…

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Sephora’s 10 Best Eye Creams, According To Enthusiastic Reviewers

Eye cream is one of those beauty products you might not add to your makeup bag until it’s too late. In fact, the key to slowing down aging eyes is to keep your peepers soft and hydrated well before you start to notice fine lines, loose skin and dark circles.  Because it’s important to add a quality eye cream to your skincare routine sooner rather than later, we’ve combed Sephora’s skincare section to find their best-selling eye creams, using ratings and reviews from enthusiastic shoppers. Whether you have dark under-eye…

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Brigitte Macron: With Emmanuel, Brigitte posed with local children in the South of France

Brigitte Macron, 65, is currently taking time off for the summer with her husband president Emmanuel Macron. The couple is in Bormes-les-Mimosas, a commune in southeastern France, where they usually spend their holidays. Wondering outside of the “Fort de Brégançon” – the French president’s official summer retreat – Brigitte was all smiles as she posed with locals for her husband. Greeted by hoards of people and small children, the “First Couple” were all smiles as they shook hands and posed for photos. Showing off her even more golden tan, Brigitte wore…

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Gmail login: How to sign in and out of Google Gmail account

Google Gmail is now the most popular emailing service available with more than one billion people logging on every day to check their emails. The next closest email provider is Hotmail’s Outlook, which is used by half a billion people.  Gmail has become culturally synonymous with the future of email, with many tech-savvy professionals using Gmail to send and receive their mail. You can create a free Gmail account, quite easily online and below, Express.co.uk explains how in simple steps. How to create a Gmail account Creating a Gmail account is really simple if you…

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Brexit news: Theresa May handed Get Britain Out petition signed by FURIOUS Brexiteers | Politics | News

The cross-party Get Britain Out grassroots campaign group will deliver a letter endorsed by an estimated 50,000 supporters. It is not known if Mrs May will be at home, and it is not usual for Prime Ministers to accept such petitions in person. But the group sees the event as a chance to underline the anger felt at the “Chequers deal” for continued close links with the European Union, which Mrs May agreed with her Cabinet. The group has compiled the names of the tens of thousands of people who…

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Brexit news: Scottish referendum blow as Nicola Sturgeon says she ‘doesn’t KNOW’ vote time | Politics | News

The First Minister suggested her preferred timeline for another divisive vote could be further pushed back by the Brexit process. Her comments came after she met Theresa May for half an hour of bilateral talks in Edinburgh as the pair signed a £1.2 billion city deal for the capital and the surrounding area. During her visit the Prime Minister reiterated her opposition to another plebescite and challenged the SNP leader to back her controversial Chequers plan for quitting the EU. Speaking at the University of Edinburgh Mrs May declared: “I…

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Bitcoin price LIVE: Bitcoin expert warns investors not to panic – can BTC recover? | City & Business | Finance

DAILY HEADLINES Good afternoon and welcome to our rolling coverage of all things cryptocurrency, including price, regulation, innovation and financial crime. A bad start to the week continues for the cryptocurrency market as BTC prices plunge below $7,000. Bitcoin struggled to rally this morning and has lost 1.10 percent on the day to trade at $6,963.45. Ethereum had some small gains yesterday but lost 0.01 percent to trade at $407.13. Ripple sees more losses, falling 1.77 percent to trade at $0.421029, while Litecoin suffers a 1.35 percent loss to sell for $73.29 percent.…

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Brexit latest news: Nicola Sturgeon warns Theresa May against no-deal Brexit | Politics | News

The Scottish First Minister told Mrs May not to engage in “scare tactics” as she claimed a no-deal Brexit would be “catastrophic” for the UK. She also challenged the Prime Minister to set out her “plan B” for Brexit as she attacked the UK Government’s lack of clarity over the issue. Mrs Sturgeon said: “It is time the Prime Minister told us what her plan B is. We cannot have no deal and we cannot have a blind Brexit. “The whole of the UK deserves answers from the Prime Minister and…

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Boris Johnson must respond to burka criticism, says Tory Party chairman | Politics | News

The call followed a hail of criticism for Mr Johnson’s remarks, which were described as “offensive” by Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt and “bigotry” by former Tory chair Baroness Warsi. Writing in the Daily Telegraph on Monday, the former foreign secretary described the burka as “ridiculous” and “weird” and said women wearing them looked like letter-boxes or bank robbers. While agreeing with Mr Johnson that the burka should not be banned, Mr Burt told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “I would never have made such a comment, I think there…

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