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New nuclear power station at Sizewell in Suffolk is set to be given the green light

A new nuclear power station at Sizewell in Suffolk is set to be given the green light after government talks with the energy giant EDF ‘intensified’ in recent weeks. Planning documents were lodged for the nuclear plant, which contractor EDF said will generate enough ‘always-on’ low-carbon electricity to power six million homes and create 25,000 […]

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How Queensland border closure has helped Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk win a third term

Annastacia Palaszczuk’s is on track to claim an historic election victory but the result  could be delayed after 20 booths stopped the vote count because of storms. With polls now closed, the Labor Premier is set to make history as the first-ever female political leader to triumph at three elections, thanks to the support of […]

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Sydney Golden Eagle Day racegoers celebrate winnings as torrential downpour finishes off the day

Racegoers left Golden Eagle Day in torrential downpours, but most excitable punters refused to let the wild weather spoil the festivities. Mud, soggy clothes and face masks were all features of the race day, held at Rosehill Gardens race course in Sydney’s west, on Saturday.  Women who wore heels risked a fall, while others whipped […]

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America boards up: Cities across the nation prepare for widespread election riots

Cities across the nation are boarding up in preparation for widespread violence on and after Election Day, as many states prepare the National Guard for activation and specialized units of military police Guardsmen ready for rapid deployment. On Friday, boards went up over storefronts in Washington DC, New York City, Los Angeles, Denver and elsewhere […]

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Bill Maher calls for America to ‘skip the civil war’ and urges peace after the election

Comedian Bill Maher used his show on Friday night to urge America that, regardless of who wins on Tuesday, they should ‘skip the civil war and go right to reconciliation.’ The New York-born comic joked that America was a family, and as such should learn to live with tension.  ‘Thirty-four percent of the voters believe […]

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‘Don’t believe the polls’: Michael Moore says Trump vote is ‘always being undercounted’

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is warning people not to be overconfident with Joe Biden‘s lead in the polls because President Trump voters are ‘always being undercounted.’ In 2016, left-wing Moore predicted that Trump would win the election, and back in August, warned he could win reelection because Trump’s supporters were so enthusiastic.  On Thursday, Moore […]

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Family of Reeva Steenkamp blast BBC over Oscar Pistorius documentary

Shuffling around the exercise compound in a grim penitentiary, a bearded young man, humiliatingly clad in baggy orange overalls stamped with the word ‘CORRECTIONAL’, draws on a cigarette. Virtually the only white prisoner among hundreds of black inmates serving time for every imaginable crime, Oscar Pistorius has become a tormented, self-pitying figure. A born-again Christian, […]

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MP Owen Paterson reveals his ‘unimaginable anguish’ after wife Rose killed herself

MP Owen Paterson has revealed he hasn’t even begun to process the death of his wife, five months after she took her own life.   Paterson told MailOnline of the ‘unimaginable anguish’ his family is suffering in the wake of their heartbreaking loss and said the desk of his ‘best friend’ Rose has remained untouched since […]

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Felicity Huffman shops for a new car while fellow college bribery schemer Lori Loughlin begins jail

Desperate Housewives’ actor Felicity Huffman was spotted shopping for a new car on Friday as she looks to put her involvement in the Varsity Blues college admissions scandal firmly in the rear view mirror. Huffman, 57, was seen purchasing a brand new black Tesla at a showroom in California.  She appeared to want to keep […]

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US Election 2020: Iranian hackers steal voter registration data

Iranian hackers have attacked election-related websites of ten states and managed to obtain voter registration data in one, the Department of Homeland Security confirmed. In a briefing on Friday, Jermaine Roebuck, an official at DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) detailed the Iranian efforts in a phone briefing to election officials. He said the Iranians […]