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  • Has Boris Johnson Wasted £2.6m On A Media Briefing Centre He Will Rarely Use?
    Was it something I said? There’s plenty of news around tonight, but buried under the football counter-revolution and sacking of a minister, Boris Johnson quietly decided to ditch plans for “White House-style” media briefings.Yes, that much-heralded and super-expensive, £2.6m briefing room in No.9 Downing Street won’t be hosting live, televised... Read more »
  • Derek Chauvin Found Guilty On All Charges In George Floyd’s Death
    <img src="" alt="A woman pays respect to a mural of George Floyd by the Cup Foods where he was killed by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis, Minnesota." data-caption="A woman pays respect to a mural of George Floyd by the Cup Foods where he was killed by Minneapolis Police... Read more »
  • Jury In Derek Chauvin Trial Reaches Verdict Over George Floyd Death
    The jury has reached a verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer charged with murdering George Floyd last year.The jury deliberated for about 10 hours, capping a trial that has become the latest bellwether on efforts to address police brutality and systemic racism in America. Chauvin, a white... Read more »
  • English Clubs Withdraw From European Super League After Backlash
    Six English football clubs are to pull out of controversial plans to launch a new European Super League following widespread outrage.Manchester City were the first to confirm their departure from the proposed competition, amid reports Chelsea were also planning to back out on Tuesday night.Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham... Read more »



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  • Scientists celebrate rediscovery of insect that went missing 30 years ago
    A SPECIES of insect once thought to be extinct has been rediscovered in Scotland 30 years after its last sighting The cow wheat shieldbug in over 30 years, before now the last time that this type of shieldbug was spotted was at Loch Rannoch in 1989. The bug was discovered... Read more »
  • Scots property with 60ft ex-NATO golf-ball back on sale at reduced price of £650k 
    A UNIQUE Scots property that comes with a 60ft ex-NATO “golf ball” included has gone back on the market at a cut price of £650,000. The 6.12 acre site includes the iconic Perth and Kinross-shire landmark and had been on sale last year for £750,000 – giving future buyers a... Read more »
  • Dramatic footage shows a car engulfed in flames in a residential area
    Dramatic footage has surfaced showing a car completely engulfed in flames in a residential area. Nathan Hereward filmed the roaring inferno on Burnage Hall Road in Levenshulme, Manchester in the early hours of this morning. Nathan had spotted smoke rising from behind houses so pulled over to call 999 after... Read more »
  • Scot shares hilarious pics of “bargain” card from hopeless romantic boyfriend
    A SCOTS student has shared hilarious images of a “bargain” card her hopeless romantic boyfriend sent her – because he needed to use up his free Moonpig code. Siobhan Clarke from Glasgow burst out laughing last week when she received the impromptu card from boyfriend Ricky McMullen. The 23-year-old youth... Read more »

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  • Larry Wilmore sits down with Charlie Rose
    Larry Wilmore's late-night show was canceled earlier this week. The comic sat down with "CBS This Morning" co-anchor Charlie Rose for his PBS show, to discuss how "The Nightly Show" came to be. CBSN's Reena Ninan has more.... Read more »
  • FBI hands over Clinton documents to Congress
    The FBI has turned over a number of documents related to the email investigation to Congress for review. CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN with the latest details.... Read more »



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