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Holly Robinson Peete Responds To Sharon Osbourne's 'Disgruntled' Comment

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The Talk,” CBS said in a statement. “The events of the March 10 broadcast were upsetting to everyone involved, including the audience watching at home.”
Sheryl Underwood during a discussion about Sharon's friend
Piers Morgan, who quit his talk show in Britain following backlash for his comments about
Meghan Markle’s interview with
Oprah Winfrey.
Shortly after the March 10 broadcast, an internal investigation was launched when host
Elaine Welteroth and her hairstylist spoke out about an allegedly “racially insensitive and hostile environment” on
The Talk.
The Talk co-host
Leah Remini later claimed that Sharon used racist and homophobic slurs when talking about some of her co-hosts.

Ghislaine Maxwell is no monster, lawyers tell bail hearing

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Her trial is set for July 12 on charges alleging she recruited and groomed teenage girls to provide sexual massages to Jeffrey Epstein.

Government unveils plans to relax mast rules to end mobile signal blind spots

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Proposed changes in the law which would allow telecoms firms to make phone masts taller and wider could wipe out mobile signal blind spots, the Government has said.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) said proposals will also boost the rollout of 5G technology.
Under the plans, new and existing masts could be made 5m (16ft 5in) taller and 2m (6ft 7in) wider than current rules allow, enabling more equipment to be fitted to them as part of efforts to improve phone signals while reducing the need for new masts to be built in rural areas.
The Government said stricter rules will apply in protected areas such as national parks, areas of outstanding natural beauty and world heritage sites, but will also include plans to allow building-based masts to be placed closer to main roads to improve signals for road users.

Record rise in pothole breakdowns as roads 'resemble the surface of the moon'

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The RAC received 4,694 call-outs for vehicles damaged by faulty road surfaces between January and March.

First Covid-19 vaccination protects blood cancer patients – study

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Researchers say the findings suggest the jab could provide protection against the virus for patients with myeloma.

Trudeau government's federal budget enters housing fray with tax on foreign owners

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The federal Liberal government is planning to intervene in Canada’s red-hot housing market with a new tax aimed at foreign owners of underused residential real estate and with additional efforts to increase the supply of affordable places to live.
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland tabled a budget on Monday that proposes to put a countrywide tax in place on the value of “non-resident, non-Canadian owned residential real estate” that is deemed vacant or underused. If passed, the annual one-per-cent tax would take effect on Jan. 1, 2022.
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ASX miners in focus as the copper price looks poised to crack above 10-year highs

ASX miners in focus as the copper price looks poised to crack above 10-year highs
Brendon Lau | April 20, 2021 9:45am |
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The rally in ASX copper shares could extend for a few more months as experts believe the metal is heading to fresh 10-year highs.
That’s not only great news for ASX copper producers, but there’s another less obvious group of ASX shares that look set to ride this uptrend. I’ll touch on that more later.
Why copper prices could set new record highs
The benchmark copper price on the London Metal Exchange jumped 1.8% to US$9,379.50 a tonne on Monday night.

£1.8m already lost to pension scams this year, says Action Fraud

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April 20, 2021, 12:04 am
Some £1.8m has already been lost to pension fraud this year, according to Action Fraud (Posed by model/Yui Mok/PA)
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Some £1.8 million has already been lost to pension fraud this year, according to the UK’s scams reporting centre.
Action Fraud, which released the total, is warning savers to be vigilant.
It said there has been an increase in reports of such scams so far this year, with 107 reports of pension fraud received in the first three months of 2021.

PM vows to show the European Super League a 'straight red'

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April 20, 2021, 12:06 am
Fans protest outside the Leeds stadium against Liverpool’s decision to join a proposed new European Super League ahead of the clubs’ Premier League fixture (Zac Goodwin/PA)
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Boris Johnson has promised football fans he will do everything possible to give the “ludicrous” European Super League a “straight red”.
The so-called Big Six of the English Premier League faced a furious backlash after the unveiling of proposals for a breakaway tournament.

One in seven Scottish adults experiencing data poverty, study finds

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The research looked at data poverty (PA)
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Almost one in seven adults are experiencing data poverty and are unable to afford the online or mobile access they need, according to a new study.
Research from innovation agency Nesta found that 14% of people in Scotland are not able to afford sufficient private and secure mobile or broadband data to meet essential needs.
More than a quarter (26%) of adults earning less than £20,000 per year identified as experiencing data poverty.

Grieving Queen 'distracted' by two new companions at Windsor Castle

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Grieving Queen 'distracted' by two new companions at Windsor Castle. (PA)
New puppies will play an important roll in consoling the Queen as she grieves the loss of her husband Prince Philip, according to a royal expert.
One Wednesday, the Queen will celebrate her 95th birthday, days after poignant images from Philip’s funeral on Saturday showed the monarch sitting alone in St George’s Chapel at Windsor.
Her Majesty will only able to meet those outside her household in the open air.
The Queen’s birthday will fall during the period of royal mourning so any public events to mark it – such as the release of an official picture – are likely to be cancelled.

10 million people in UK receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine

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April 20, 2021
More than 10 million people in the United Kingdom have so far received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. — Courtesy file photo
LONDON — More than 10 million people in the United Kingdom have so far received their second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the government said in a statement.
The milestone means almost one in five adults in the UK have now received both doses
According to the statement, health services across the UK have now administered a total of 43,084,487 million vaccines between Dec. 8 and April 18, including 32,932,448 million people with their first dose and 10,152,039 million with their second.
Commenting on the UK passing another important milestone in its vaccination campaign, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “Vaccines offer us the best possible protection from the virus, so it is fantastic that 10 million people have now received their second dose.

College lecturers in Scotland to stage further strikes

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College lecturers will hold further strikes (Jane Barlow/PA)
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College lecturers in Scotland are to hold further strikes this week, the college employers’ group has said.
Lecturers are striking on Tuesday and Wednesday after a ballot carried out by the Educational Institute of Scotland Further Education Lecturers’ Association (EIS-FELA), said the Colleges Scotland Employers’ Association.
The organisations have been embroiled in a long-running dispute about claims that the job of “lecturer” was threatened with being replaced with lower-paid roles such as “instructor” and “assessor”.

Threats of expulsion as UEFA confronts Super League rebel 12

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Threats of expulsion as UEFA confronts Super League rebel 12
April 19, 2021
MONTREUX, Switzerland (AP) — The deceptions, distrust and divisions in European soccer erupted in public on Monday between teams and even within the clubs breaking away to form a Super League that could leave them and their players outcasts in the global game.
Condemnation of the 12 rebels clubs from England, Spain and Italy even came from Prince William, who followed the British government in railing against moves to split from longstanding structures to play in a largely closed competition rather than Europe's existing UEFA-run Champions League.

Former Oregon Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse has died

Former Oregon Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse has died
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Betsy Hammond, oregonlive.com
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The interior of the Elizabeth Furse's house in Helvatia is a reflection of her interests, the creative talent of her family and her own artistic projects. The photo was taken in 2014, when she ran for a seat on the Washington County Commission.
Elizabeth Furse, who represented northwest Oregon in Congress for three terms in the 1990s, died peacefully at home Sunday at age 84 from complications related to a fall, her former husband said Monday.
A lifelong activist, Furse championed the rights of Native Americans and helped five Oregon tribes to regain federal recognition. She also worked to advance the rights of women, children and farm workers, and she advocated for peace and nuclear disarmament and environmental regulation and land use rules.

Aussie bubble first step in travel industry rebuild

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Aussie bubble first step in travel industry rebuild
19 Apr, 2021 09:00 PM
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House of Travel Rotorua director Pam Turner is excited about the Aussie bubble. Photo / Andrew Warner
House of Travel Rotorua director Pam Turner is excited about the Aussie bubble. Photo / Andrew Warner
Aussies are being welcomed with open arms as Kiwis look to bask in their sunshine. That is the word from Bay travel agents who say it is the first step in rebuilding an industry hammered
by Covid-19.
House of Travel Rotorua director Pam Turner said her team had experienced a "frenzy" of transtasman booking activity.

Physical inactivity tied to higher COVID-19 risk; new trial attempts to reinfect virus survivors

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By Syndicated Content
By Nancy Lapid
(Reuters) - The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
Physical inactivity tied to higher COVID-19 risks
Patients with COVID-19 who have been consistently physically inactive have a significantly higher risk of severe outcomes than patients who were getting at least some exercise or regularly met physical activity guidelines prior to the illness, researchers found. Among the 48,440 patients in their study, 14.4% were consistently inactive in the two years before their COVID-19 diagnosis, 79.1% had some activity, and 6.4% consistently met recommended physical activity guidelines of at least 150 minutes per week. Compared with those who consistently met activity guidelines, people who were consistently inactive were more than twice as likely to be hospitalized and to die from the virus, according to a report in the British Journal of Sports Medicine. Consistently inactive patients also had worse outcomes than patients who got some exercise without meeting the guideline-recommended minimum. "It is well known that immune function improves with regular physical activity, and those who are regularly active have a lower incidence, intensity of symptoms and death from viral infections," said coauthor Dr. Robert Sallis of the Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center in California. "Regular physical activity is associated with improvements in lung capacity and cardiovascular and muscular functioning that may serve to lessen the negative impacts of COVID-19 if it is contracted," he added. (https://bit.ly/3wVU8wx)

With climate clock ticking, activists push Biden to act faster

By Andrea Januta
(Reuters) - Climate activists rallied in New York's Union Square on Monday with a message for the Biden administration: Time is running out, but it is not too late.
Along with demands to end fossil fuel reliance, activist leaders unveiled an addition to the digital "climate clock" displayed on a building above the square since September.
The clock now shows the amount of the world's energy supplied from renewable sources, currently at 12% and slowly rising. A timer counts down the years, days and seconds that scientists estimate are left to reach net zero carbon emissions and avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change.

WGACA: Big Time COVID Conspiracy Nut from Norway Infects Others then Dies of COVID – Veterans Today | Military Foreign Affairs Policy Journal for Clandestine Services

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What Goes  Around Comes Around
Most of those in hospital, dying on ventilators or recently dead in the US are either COVID denialists or “vaccine shy” morons…
we are losing up to 500 idiots a day…at that rate the US will run out in 5000 years
Covid-19 denier dies from the virus after hosting illegal gatherings in Norway
Hans Kristian Gaarder, 60, died on April 6 in Gran shortly after hosting two illegal events at his property
A postmortem revealed the prominent conspiracy theorist had died from coronavirus, which he regularly and falsely compared to a cold in online posts
Local media reported that several attendees at Gaarder’s events had contracted the virus and spread it to their close contacts (UK Daily Mail)


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Aerial shot of spring garden wins top prize in photography competition

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A drone shot of a formal garden in spring has scooped top prize in the Royal Horticultural Society’s annual photographic competition – which saw a surge in entries this year.
The RHS said there were a record number of entries following a growing appreciation of nature and gardens during lockdown, with winners drawn from thousands of entries from around the world.
The horticultural charity hopes this year’s winning images will inspire people to get out and enjoy a dose of “vitamin G” as part of National Gardening Week in the UK next week.
The overall young winner shot ‘Fantasy flowers’ ( Jack Sedgwick/RHS/PA)

Call for more studies on whether vitamin D can protect against Covid-19

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General view of multivitamins, vitamin C tablets and Omega 3 fish oil liquid capsules (PA)
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More must be done to establish whether vitamin D supplements can help protect against Covid-19, experts have said.
The call comes after a new study found that people taking certain vitamins were less likely to test positive for the virus which causes Covid-19.
Health officials in England have said that there is “not enough evidence” to recommend vitamin D supplements solely for preventing Covid‑19.

Anya Taylor-Joy is gorgeous in green coveralls on New York coffee run

Anya Taylor-Joy is gorgeous in green coveralls on New York coffee run
Justin Enriquez For Dailymail.com and Demeter Stamell For Daily Mail Australia
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She is set to to jet to Australia in the near future to film Mad Max prequel, titled Furiosa, to play a younger version of the character Charlize Theron portrayed in 2015.
And Anya Taylor-Joy definitely looks ready to get back to work.
The 25-year-old American-born Argentine-British actress was seen looking stylish as always in a pair of flared green overalls while out and about in New York City on Monday.

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