George Floyd may get posthumous pardon for 2004 drug charge as Texas attorney's office applies to get it dropped

GEORGE Floyd may get a posthumous pardon for a 2004 drug charge after a Texas attorney filed the application on behalf of his family on Monday.  Allison Mathis of the Harris County Public Defender's Office claims that Floyd was convicted after the cop who arrested him “manufactured” a source to boost his case against him.  It accuses veteran officer Gerald […]

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Prince Harry may pull out of Diana statue trip after being 'shocked by frosty funeral reception', royal expert claims

PRINCE Harry may pull out of a planned return to the UK this summer – after he was "shocked" by the frosty reception he received at Prince Philip's funeral. Royal expert Russell Myers claimed the Duke may make an "excuse" not to return for the unveiling of a statue dedicated to his late mother. 🔵 Read our Meghan and Harry […]

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Brits may need negative Covid test or antibodies to visit pub under vaccine passport plans

BRITS might need a negative Covid test or antibodies to visit the pub under vaccine passport plans. A storm is brewing between the government and hospitality sector after it was suggested boozers may need a certificate to get a pint under plans dubbed "papers for the pub". 🦠 Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates… Boris is now […]

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AstraZeneca may have used ‘outdated information’ in vaccine trial, US says

More On: COVID vaccine Vladimir Putin says he’ll get the coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday Krispy Kreme offers sweet reward for those who have gotten COVID vaccination Cuomo appears in Mount Vernon, where lawmaker has called on him to resign Fauci on Russia’s COVID vax: ‘It looks pretty good’ WASHINGTON — Results from a U.S. trial of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine may […]

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These soldiers may have been the first black troops to wear Union blue in combat

Originally Published by: The Army doesn’t know how many extremists it has booted Some combat experiences — like ambushes or killing a civilian — more closely linked to suicide, study finds Nearly 1 in 4 active-duty sailors have gotten the COVID vaccine, officials say A retired Army colonel and his former West Point roommate believe they have discovered a nearly […]

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Here’s Who Twitter Thinks May Take Over For Chris Harrison On The Bachelor

Chris Harrison has hosted The Bachelor and its multiple spinoffs since the franchise debuted nearly 20 years ago. But over the weekend Harrison announced that he’s “stepping aside” from his hosting duties “for a period of time” (via CNN), after defending current cast member Rachael Kirkconnell amidst the emergence of her past racist social media posts. The next question is, […]

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Working families may miss out on extra £250-a-year as Rishi Sunak 'plots freeze of income tax allowances in £6bn raid'

RISHI Sunak is considering a £6billion "stealth" tax by freezing personal income allowances in next month's Budget, reports have claimed. The Treasury is keen to scrap the planned increases to both the £12,500 and £50,000 thresholds which could see tens of millions of Brits paying more money to the Government. According to the Telegraph, freezing the thresholds would cancel planned […]

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