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New bid to block No Deal Brexit by activists in Northern Ireland could be funded by legal aid

Anti-No Deal activists have applied for legal aid from the taxpayer in an attempt to sue the Government, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. Northern Irish victims’ rights campaigner Raymond McCord last week issued proceedings in the High Court in Belfast seeking to prevent Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament to force a No Deal Brexit. Mr McCord’s lawyer, Ciaran O’Hare of McIvor Farrell, claims to do so would be unconstitutional and an abuse of power and is seeking a hearing next month.  Raymond McCord, pictured, has issued proceedings in the High Court…

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Jets sign Albert McClellan to address Avery Williamson void

Avery Williamson’s season officially ended Saturday when the Jets placed the linebacker on injured reserve after he tore the ACL in his right knee in Thursday preseason game against the Falcons. The Jets signed veteran linebacker Albert McClellan to give them some depth at the position with Williamson out. McClellan, 33, has spent most of his career with the Ravens. He signed with Baltimore as an undrafted free agent in 2010. McClellan was primarily a backup and special teams player for them Baltimore, with whom he won a Super Bowl,…

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Grandparents warn against the dangers of giving babies Benadryl after granddaughter died at daycare

The grandparents of a Vermont baby who died after being given a deadly dose of Benadryl at a daycare center are speaking out about the dangers of dosing infants with allergy medicine without a doctor’s permission.   An autopsy determined that healthy six-month-old Harper Rose Briar of Pittsford, Vermont, died in January after she was given a lethal dose of diphenhydramine, the active ingredient in allergy medicines such as Benadryl.   Harper ‘had high doses of Benadryl In her system – that’s basically what killed her,’ the child’s grandfather, Larry Briar of…

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Saudi-born model claims she is being harassed for not denouncing her homeland

Saudi Arabia’s first supermodel — a social media influencer who says she loves her country — is being bullied by an “overzealous” Saudi activist furious that she won’t denounce their homeland, she claims. Rawan Abdullah Abuzaid, a blue-eyed, blonde bombshell known as Model Roz, lost $1 million worth of work because of the antics of Danah Almayouf, who’s slammed her online as a “whore,” a “homophobe” and a criminal, Abuzaid alleges in a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit. The 28-year-old rep for Victoria’s Secret, Guess? and Swarovski came to the US…

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Love Island’s Ovie Soko and India Reynolds are still going strong and proving doubters wrong

Ovie and India are proving the doubters wrong since leaving the Love Island villa (Picture: ITV/Rex/Backgrid) Love Island’s Ovie Soko and India Reynolds have been able to prove doubters wrong since leaving the villa, as they continue their romance in Manchester weeks after arriving back in the UK. The two were all smiles as they were photographed walking the streets of Manchester, with the pair both sporting matching black outfits. Ovie was also more than happy to take pictures with fans, including one very lucky girl who was celebrating her…

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Facebook contractors ‘pressured therapists to release confidential information about moderators’

Facebook moderators who spend their days deleting vile and abusive comments from the social media site say their bosses tried to pry for confidential information that they shared with on-site therapists during private counselling sessions. The claims have been put forth in a letter penned by ‘about a dozen moderators’ who work out of Facebook’s office in Austin, Texas, according to a report published in The Intercept on Friday.  The moderators are hired by Facebook contractor Accenture, and are reportedly ‘required to view as many as 800 pieces of disturbing…

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Two men are rushed to hospital after being stabbed in daylight knife fight outside an Ikea in London

Two men were stabbed in a broad daylight knife fight at the entrance of an Ikea in London on Saturday. Police and an air ambulance descended on the furniture shop in Greenwich, in the southeast of the capital at around 6.30pm. A man in his twenties suffered multiple wounds. His condition is not yet known.  While another youngster sustained one injury and is in a stable condition. Hundreds of terrified shoppers were evacuated as an alarm sounded throughout the Ikea store on Bugsby Way, Greenwich at around 6.30pm on Saturday…

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Ayda Field shares heartbreaking tribute to her late father

Ayda Field has penned a heartbreaking tribute to her late dad on the anniversary of his death.  The American actress, 40, took to Instagram to share a throwback picture of her father Haldun Evecan alongside an emotional message that opened with the words: ‘To my beautiful Baba.’ The loving tribute, which showed a young Ayda being held in the air by her dad, comes after Haldun died at the age of 68 of a heart attack in 2014.   ‘Forever in my heart’: Ayda Field has penned a heartbreaking tribute to her…

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Home Secretary Priti Patel wants borders shut down on October 31

Priti Patel has ordered her senior officials to travel to Singapore to study how their border infrastructure operates as she puts ‘rocket boosters’ under No Deal planning at the Home Office. The Home Secretary has demanded a toughening up of preparations for leaving the European Union on Halloween without a new Brussels deal amid claims of foot-dragging by the Civil Service. Central to her plans are a bid to end freedom of movement for EU citizens travelling to Britain overnight on October 31 – in the face of opposition from mandarins.…

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Boris Johnson’s Brexit script is left in a pub by a ‘drunk’ official

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s script, an eight-page document entitled ‘Core Brexit Brief’, was left in the Feathers pub, pictured, in Westminster, London For decades, Boris Johnson has been a politician known for a tendency to ad-lib and not stick to a script, but now he’s Prime Minister, aides are going to extraordinary lengths to keep him on message. And thanks to a boozy civil servant leaving a stash of Brexit papers in a Westminster pub, The Mail on Sunday can reveal the full extent of Mr Johnson’s rigid new regime. An…

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