‘Doomsday’ mom Lori Vallow allegedly helped keep kids’ bodies hidden

Doomsday-obsessed mom Lori Vallow allegedly conspired with her new husband Chad Daybell to hide or destroy her kids’ bodies, according to new court documents. A probable cause affidavit tied to new felony charges against Vallow reiterates claims that she lied to cops about the whereabouts of her children — 17-year-old Tylee Ryan and 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow — and details […]

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GEOFFREY LEAN: Yes, build, build, build! But DON'T pave over paradise

Yes, build, build, build! But DON’T pave over paradise, urges GEOFFREY LEAN Boris is right to ‘build, build, build’, to kick-start the economy. But, I fear that, unless he is careful, he could be building an environmental disaster. Much of what the characteristically bullish Prime Minister announced in his well-trailed planning speech yesterday is thoroughly welcome. Much of the rest […]

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Gerry Adams attends packed funeral of IRA terrorist Bobby Storey

Gerry Adams and senior Sinn Fein officials attend funeral of IRA terrorist Bobby Storey with hundreds in attendance despite lockdown rules IRA terrorist and Sinn Fein politician Bobby Storey died June 21 at the age of 64 Hundreds lined the streets of west Belfast today for the funeral procession Sinn Fein leaders Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O’Neill joined ex-president Gerry Adams for […]

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Francis Bacon triptych sells for $84m at auction amid coronavirus

Francis Bacon triptych sells for $84m after bidding war at live-streamed auction amid coronavirus pandemic Triptych, painting in three parts, by British painter Francis Bacon has been sold at auction for $84.6 million The artwork was sold at a Sotheby’s auction that was live streamed worldwide from London yesterday  The three paintings, inspired by Greek playwright Aeschylus Oresteia, was one […]

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Cressida Dick says 'it's easy to sit in an armchair and criticise'

Met Police chief Cressida Dick says ‘it’s easy to sit in an armchair and criticise’ as she denies force has ‘gone soft’ and vows to stop violence when pubs reopen on ‘Super Saturday’ Britain’s most senior police officer hits back over criticism of Metropolitan Police Dame Cressida Dick also says there will more officers on streets this Saturday  It comes […]

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TikTok denies sharing Indian users' data with the Chinese government

TikTok denies sharing Indian users’ data with the Chinese government after its app is banned following deadly battles on the countries’ border Comes after New Delhi banned the app in deteriorating relations with Beijing There are estimated to be about 120 million TikTok users in India  TikTok has not shared information ‘with any foreign government’, statement read TikTok has denied sharing […]

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Trump, Hyatt and Hampton Inn hotels in Manhattan 'fail cleaning test'

Trump International, Hyatt Place and Hampton Inn hotels in Manhattan failed to properly clean rooms including changing sheets or wiping down surfaces between customers during the pandemic, investigation finds Hyatt Place Times Square, Hampton Inn Times Square and the Trump International Hotel were found to have not properly sanitized rooms   Sometimes bed sheets and pillow cases went unchanged between guests […]

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Pygmy possum rescued in Tasmania from domestic cat

The smallest survivor: Tiny Tasmanian pygmy possum rescued from clutches of a domestic cat as wildlife carer begs people not to leave their pets out at night The pygmy possum was rescued by Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary in Tasmania She was about to go into torpor, a form of hibernation, when she was rescued Her carer Sam Seah asked people to […]

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