Was the sickening photo of a Grand National winning trainer leaked over a feud with a gangster?

The mystery surrounding a sickening photograph of three-time Grand National-winning trainer Gordon Elliott sat astride a dead horse deepened last night amid claims that a drug cartel leaked the image in a bid to ruin him. The horse-racing star’s fall from grace took a dramatic turn on Friday night when a judge noted a ‘sinister aspect’ to the case as he handed the trainer a year’s ban from the sport, suspended for the final six months. ‘The Committee are satisfied that the publication of this photograph is part of a concerted…

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Disgust of Tunbridge Wells over BBC blunder that called the town ‘Royal Tonbridge Wells’

Its residents have something of a reputation for being quick to complain whenever they sense that good standards are slipping. Now the citizens of Tunbridge Wells really have been left as ‘disgusted’ as their stereotype after the BBC confused their Kent spa town with Tonbridge, its less affluent neighbour. Their hackles were raised after an episode of BBC2’s Interior Design Masters filmed in their town carried the caption ‘Royal Tonbridge Wells’ when it aired last week. Pedestrians walk past shops along The Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells in Kent, south…

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Third Former Andrew Cuomo Aide Describes Inappropriate Workplace Treatment – The Wall Street Journal

ROCHESTER, N.Y.—A former aide of Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he asked her if she had a boyfriend, called her sweetheart, touched her on her lower back at a reception and once kissed her hand when she rose from her desk. Ana Liss, now 35 years old, served as a policy and operations aide to Mr. Cuomo between 2013 and 2015. She said the actions by Mr. Cuomo were unsolicited and occurred in the first year while she sat at her desk, which was near his office in the Executive Chamber…

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Old balls please! Revolutionary invention turns used tennis balls into new ones 

A family firm has come up with a revolutionary way of turning old tennis balls into new ones – a move that could save hundreds of millions of them from ending up in landfill each year. Price Of Bath – the country’s last tennis ball manufacturer – has adapted a machine to grind discarded balls into a fine dust, from which they can be reconstituted. Louise Price, 47, who runs with company with her father Derek, 90, said: ‘Tennis clubs try to be sustainable but their main resource, tennis balls,…

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Desperate search for Sydney girl, 12, missing for three days from Dean Park

Police are desperately searching for 12-year-old Amelia Hamza (pictured), who has been missing from Dean Park in Sydney’s west for three days A desperate search is underway to find a 12-year-old girl who has been missing for three days. Amelia Hamza has not been seen since leaving a home on Denbern Street in Dean Park, Sydney’s west, about 12pm on Thursday. Police have launched an investigation into her disappearance after her family raised the alarm on Saturday after she failed to return home.  Amelia’s worried family are concerned for her…

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More than a third of Britons feel BBC is ‘too woke’

The BBC licence fee came under fresh attack last night as a poll revealed that most people think it is now ‘bad value for money’. Over a third of Britons also feel the Corporation is ‘too woke’, with almost half complaining that it is not in tune with people outside London. Only last week, Media Minister John Whittingdale said the licence fee could be replaced by a subscription charge once everyone had access to high-speed broadband. The latest survey, for the campaign group Defund The BBC, reveals widespread dissatisfaction with…

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PM of Caribbean nation accuses UK of ‘forgetting’ the Queen’s subjects 

Britain has ‘forgotten’ the Queen’s subjects in Commonwealth countries during its world-beating vaccine rollout, the Prime Minister of a Caribbean nation said last night. Dr Timothy Harris, the Premier of St Kitts and Nevis, criticised London for failing to put the countries at the head of the queue for surplus stocks. To date, just 3,509 people have received a vaccine dose out of St Kitts and Nevis’s 43,000 adults – with all of them supplied by India. Dr Timothy Harris, the Premier of St Kitts and Nevis, criticised London for…

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How a third of our recycling is sent straight to the incinerator: Councils are ‘highly incentivised’

Millions of tons of rubbish that is painstakingly sorted and put out for recycling by British households is being sent straight to the incinerators instead. More than a third of household recycling is burned rather than reused – a finding that will infuriate residents obliged to navigate complicated sorting rules. In Southend-on-Sea in Essex, 45 per cent of the recycling is sent to an incinerator, while Warwickshire burns 38 per cent and West Lothian 27 per cent. About 11 per cent of all rubbish put out for recycling ultimately ends…

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Creator of The Lady and the Dale’s long journey to bring trans fraudster’s tale to the screen

The creator of HBO’s hit documentary The Lady and the Dale, about an infamous 1970s transgender Mafia fraudster exposed by Tucker Carlson’s father, has revealed how making the show left him destitute and almost killed him.  The new four-part documentary tells the story of wanted Mafia gun runner Liz Carmichael, who went into hiding after transitioning into a woman and ran a huge scam selling unroadworthy three-wheeled cars – until she was exposed by Tucker Carlson’s father.  In an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV, documentarian Nick Cammilleri says his obsession with…

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Nomadland sound mixer Michael Wolf Snyder dies by suicide aged 35

Nomadland’s production sound mixer Michael Wolf Snyder has died by suicide aged 35 after suffering from major depression for years. Snyder was found dead in his apartment in Queens, New York, on Monday by his father David Snyder who went to check on him after no one had heard from him for a few days. David, a psychiatrist, shared the news of his son’s death in a Facebook post Thursday where he said he had battled mental health issues for many years.  The heartbroken father said Snyder’s date of death…

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