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    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle never wanted to appear on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with the Queen for her Platinum Jubilee celebrations, a friend of the pair has claimed.  Omid Scobie, who penned a biography on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, says the Harry had discussed the possibility of not being present for Trooping the Colour at the Mall in London on June 2 with Her Majesty. He said despite this the couple are 'very keen' to be part of the arrangements in the coming months, including the Thanksgiving celebrations at St Paul's Cathedral. This comes after a sensational statement from the Queen last week stating the pair - along with Prince Andrew - would not be invited onto the balcony for Trooping the Colour, the spectacular start of her long weekend of commemorations. Following that the Sussexes released a statement that they would still fly from California with their two children - Archie, three, and Lilibet, 11 months - in June. Writing in Yahoo! News, Scobie said the news that the pair would not be appearing on the...
    HARRY and Meghan told the Queen they never wanted to be on the Buckingham Palace balcony at her Platinum Jubilee, a pal claims. But the couple did insist on attending Her Majesty’s Thanksgiving Service. 3Harry and Meghan told the Queen they never wanted to be on the Buckingham Palace balcony at her Platinum Jubilee, claims pal Omid ScobieCredit: Getty 3Harry and Meghan say they will return for the four-day party marking the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, and bring their childrenCredit: Splash 3Scobie said Harry had 'spoken with his grandmother about the possibility of not attending Trooping the Colour long before last week’s announcements'Credit: PA The Duke and Duchess of Sussex say they will return for the four-day party marking the Queen’s 70 years on the throne, and bring their children, next month. Nervous courtiers and aides have yet to finalise which events they will attend. The Queen, 96, controversially ordered that only working royals could appear on the balcony on June 2 — ruling out Harry and Meghan. But the pair’s biographer and pal Omid Scobie, author of...
    A Colorado mom is fuming after she says a teacher at her 12-year-old daughter's public school invited the child to an after-school art club that was actually a 'Genders & Sexualities Alliance,' where speakers told the kid that she may be transgender and that her family was not safe. Erin Lee, whose daughter attended Wellington Middle School up until last week, says her daughter sent her a text message last Wednesday asking to go to an after-school art club, saying her art teacher, Jenna Riep, had invited her. Less and her husband subsequently gave their permission, but upon picking up the schoolgirl from the supposed art club, the pair quickly realized something was wrong. 'When we picked her up from that program after school, we could see on her face that something was incredibly wrong,' Lee told Fox News Digital in an interview Wednesday, where she recounted the story.   'It wasn’t art club, it was GSA, or Gender and Sexuality [Alliance] is what they’re calling it now,' the irate mother explained.  'They told the kids that if they’re not fully comfortable in their body, then they are...
    Apple has set April 11 as the deadline for U.S. corporate employees to return to office at least one day a week.  The iPhone maker has been attempting to bring employees back to office since June last year, but had postponed the move several times as COVID-19 cases rose through autumn and the winter of 2021.  Employees will be required to work from the office at least one day per week by April 11, CEO Tim Cook said in an internal memo on Friday, according to Bloomberg News. The memo said that by three weeks after April 11, staff will be required to work twice a week from office and from May 23, at least three days a week, the report added. Apple joins a wave of technology and finance companies that have begun mandating a return to office as COVID cases ease. Apple employees will be required to work from the office at least one day per week by April 11, CEO Tim Cook said in an internal memo on Friday Google from April 4 will require employees back...
    A transgender couple has detailed the horrific and violent death threats that they received on social media after documenting their relationship online. Barnaby Forrest, a 30-year-old transgender man, and Adriana Rose, a 28-year-old transgender woman, from Wisconsin, have been together for two years now, after meeting on social media. They started sharing their love story on a joint Instagram account called @fox.and.adri in 2020, but unfortunately, they soon began getting an array of nasty messages from trolls. According to Barnaby, one person even told him he should be 'burned with fire.' 'I've been called "it,"' he told Truly during a recent interview. 'I've had plenty of men who hate that I can grow facial hair. They'll be like, "Yeah, you can grow a beard but you're still a woman."  A transgender couple has detailed the horrific and violent death threats that they received on social media after documenting their relationship online Barnaby Forrest, a 30-year-old transgender man (pictured left before his transition), and Adriana Rose, a 28-year-old transgender woman (pictured right before her transition), have been together for two years They...
    Stephen A. Smith has been brutally honest about wanting Max Kellerman off First Take, now admitting that he offered to leave the show himself if ESPN executives didn’t oblige. After ESPN’s Wednesday morning screaming match between Smith and Christopher “Mad Dog” Russo, Smith joined Russo’s SiriusXM Radio show to discuss the behind-the-scenes operations of First Take. Russo was recently added to the weekly rotation of guests tasked with filling the seat Kellerman was booted from last year. Kellerman took over for Skip Bayless and partnered with Smith on First Take in 2016. But Smith, who admitted last summer that he felt the show needed a change, told Russo he was willing to leave First Take if ESPN wanted to keep Kellerman. “I also said to the bosses, ‘Listen, I think our time together has passed,'” Smith admitted, referring to himself and Kellerman. “If you want to keep him on the show and not me, and you want me to do something else…so be it.’ But in the end, I knew that it was time for us to...
    A former Planned Parenthood manager who now helps other abortion industry workers leave the business said the “greatest lie women have been told” is that, in order to achieve success, equality, and justice, they need abortion. In an op-ed at Fox News Wednesday, as the Supreme Court heard opening arguments in a case that poses the most significant challenge in decades to the right to abortion created by the Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade, Johnson acknowledged she “told this very lie to countless women in order to convince them to pay us at Planned Parenthood to get rid of that growing life inside of them.” Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh appeared to question Wednesday whether the High Court should be the authority that prohibits abortion, or if the question of abortion should be left to “the states or perhaps Congress.” https://t.co/hIDzeoWZnB — Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) December 2, 2021 Johnson reflected on the significance of the case in remarks outside the Supreme Court Wednesday: For eight years of my life, I worked at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility. As the director of that facility,...
    At least 10 Black women have filed a class-action lawsuit against the city of Washington D.C. for widespread discrimination. Among them is Chanel Dickerson, who, as assistant police chief, is the highest-ranking Black woman in the department. According to NBC News, during a community meeting Tuesday, Dickerson shared a personal secret: As an 18-year-old cadet, she was told she had to get an abortion to keep her job. “My choice to have a baby was personal, and it should’ve been mine alone and not for an employer ultimatum,” Dickerson said. “I was told I had to have an abortion or be fired from the MPD cadet program.” While it is unclear what happened afterward, Dickerson has been with the department since 1988. She, alongside other current or former female D.C. police officers, filed a lawsuit last month alleging they were discriminated against based on their race and sex. Because the division in charge of harassment is run by a man, the Dickerson shared that they were not only treated with hostility but discredited as they came forward.  “I understand the dire consequences...
    Senior aides at Buckingham Palace are scrambling to devise a strategy for managing the Queen’s workload after being accused of misleading the public over her health. Sir Edward Young, the Queen’s private secretary, last night faced calls to ‘be ruthless’ and purge the Monarch’s diary of functions not central to her role as head of state. Officials are understood to be drawing up a ‘core’ list of key events that the Queen will prioritise in the next 12 months, including the Platinum Jubilee to celebrate her 70-year reign in June. Senior aides at Buckingham Palace are scrambling to devise a strategy for managing the Queen’s workload after being accused of misleading the public over her health Her attendance at the UN climate change summit in Glasgow on November 1 remains in the diary, but a final decision will not be made until later this week. Meanwhile, the Palace’s communications team is under pressure to be more candid should the 95-year-old Monarch require further visits to hospital.  The Queen’s courtiers faced extensive criticism last week for failing to inform the public that...
    A California school district sparked a huge backlash after it sent an email to parents earlier this week telling them their children would be forced eat lunch outside in the rain due to coronavirus restrictions. The email from Patwin Elementary School notified parents that 'students are required to eat outside' and instructed families to send kids to school with 'rain gear and warm jackets'. Parents quickly took to social media to ridicule the instruction from the Davis Joint Unified School District (DJUSD), while education campaigners and state officials slammed the decision as 'cruel' and 'inhumane'.  'The inhumane treatment of children in California continues from masking all day, even outdoors, to having to sit on hot cement and now eating lunch in the rain,' Reopen California Schools founder Jonathan Zachreson told Fox News.  Republican California state legislator Kevin Kiley tweeted: 'Cruelty to children has been normalized in California.' The school ultimately decided to U-turn on his instruction amid a torrent of criticism, later sending another email saying the school would stagger lunchtime routines to ensure kids could eat under cover. The state of...
    Washington (CNN)The White House has informed governors about the number of Afghan refugees they can expect to be resettled in their states in coming weeks, an administration official told CNN Thursday.Former Delaware governor Jack Markell and former FEMA acting head Bob Fenton, who are overseeing the resettlement efforts, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, and other senior White House officials made the calls to the governors on Wednesday, the official said.According to the official, the allocations to each state were made under the new Afghan Placement and Assistance (APA) Program and were based on the initial 37,000 arrivals. Under the plan, California and Texas will have the highest allocations -- 5,255 and 4,481, respectively. Washington, Oklahoma, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, New York and Virginia are also slated to resettle more than 1,000 Afghan refugees. Mississippi and Alabama are projected to resettle the lowest number of Afghans: 10 each. "The purpose of the APA Program is to provide newly arrived Afghans with initial relocation services as they begin to rebuild their lives in the United States," the official...
    A former Marine who murdered a family of four and their dog in a random attack in Florida after seeing 'visions from God' has told police he is 'a sick guy' and should be 'sent to jail'. Bryan Riley, 33, opened fire at around 4am on Sunday at a home in Lakeland. He murdered Justice Gleason, 40; his 33-year-old partner Theresa Lanham; their three-month-old son Jody; and the baby's grandmother, 62, at a home behind the main property. The family dog, Diogi, was also killed, and an 11-year-old girl at the home was shot seven times but expected to survive. Riley barricaded himself inside the house as police arrived, wearing body armor, but was shot once and then surrendered without his weapon. On Monday he appeared before a judge to face 17 counts, and was denied bail.  Details of Riley's affidavit were obtained on Monday by The Washington Post.  Riley was arrested on the scene and taken into custody by Polk County police officers. He is due in court on Monday afternoon 
    Google is once again postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-January, in addition to requiring all employees to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened. CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post Tuesday that Google is delaying its global return to offices until at least January 10, after pushing the planned September return back to October.  Pichai said that starting in January the company will let countries and locations determine when to end voluntary work-from-home policies 'based on local conditions, which vary greatly across our offices.'  He also promised a 30-day heads up before workers are expected back in the office.  CEO Sundar Pichai said in a blog post Tuesday that Google is delaying its global return to offices until at least January 10, the second pushback in recent weeks Google also promised a 30-day heads up before workers are expected back in the office RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Facebook delays employees' return to campus until 2022 as... Twitter closes its NYC and San Francisco...
    A DECISION on whether kids should be given a coronavirus vaccine is set to be made in weeks, one expert has claimed. All adults over the age of 18 are now being urged to come forward for their jabs but children across the country still remain unvaccinated. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 3A decision is set to be made in the coming weeks as to whether or not children should be given a coronavirus vaccineCredit: PA Over 44.7 million Brits have had a first dose of their jab with 32.8 now also having had a second. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) is yet to agree on when or if kids will get the jab at all, but pressure is mounting as schools keep having to send groups of kids home due to cases in bubbles. Professor Anthony Harden, deputy chair of the JCVI said there are pros and cons when it comes to vaccinating children. Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today Programme, he said the group would address the issue "in due course"....
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle told the Royal Family they didn't want Archie to be a prince before complaining he hadn't been given the title during their tell-all chat with Oprah Winfrey, it's been claimed. The Sussexes "never raised an issue" about their son not being made a prince with the Palace - but then brought it up during the bombshell interview in March, sources say. - Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest updates 3Harry and Meghan reportedly 'never raise an issue' about Archie not being a prince until complaining about it to OprahCredit: Reuters 3The Sussexes reportedly had told the Royal Family they didn't want Archie to be a princeCredit: AP An insider confirmed to the Telegraph that the couple "didn't want any titles for their children" and had told the Royal Family so - but went to moan to Oprah about their son's lack of title, leaving royal watchers "baffled". Another source told the outlet that Meghan and Harry "never raised an issue" and that the Duke of Sussex had been "adament" that Archie...
    (CNN)Miscarriages are common. Some 23 million pregnancies worldwide end in miscarriage every year -- that's 15% of all pregnancies or 44 each minute, according to new estimates published in The Lancet medical journal on Monday. However, existing care and support for women and couples is "inconsistent and poorly organized" and amounts to little more than patients being told to "just try again," said the authors of three new studies on the causes, treatment and scale of miscarriage around the world. A new system is needed to ensure miscarriages are better recognized by health care practitioners and women are given the physical and mental health support they need, the researchers said. "Many women have concerns over the unsympathetic care they receive following a miscarriage -- with some not being offered any explanation, and the only advice they receive being to try again. This is not good enough, and we must ensure women are properly supported," Siobhan Quenby, a professor of obstetrics at the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom, said in a news statement. Quenby is also deputy director of...
    Thousands of people have been left stranded in Miami after severe thunderstorms that struck Florida yesterday resulted in more than 100 flights being canceled. Furious passengers complained of being stuck at Miami International Airport on Sunday for up to 10 hours as they desperately tried to rebook flights out of Florida. Some say the mass cancellations means they can't get a new flight out of Miami until at least Wednesday or Thursday. Others who tried to find alternative transport instead say they lined up for hours to try and rent a car - only to find they had all been booked up. American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest and United were among the airlines that canceled flights to and from Miami as a result of the severe thunderstorms that struck Central and South Florida.  Furious passengers complained of being stuck at Miami International Airport on Sunday for up to 10 hours as they desperately tried to rebook flights out of Florida Some of the passengers forced to stay in the airport for hours said the mass cancellations means...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Tax time is now a troubling time for those who have been ensnared in the state’s unemployment system this year. The victims of fraudsters using the identity of strangers to get their hands on IDES money are now being told their state tax refunds will be withheld if they don’t return money they never even received. This comes after the state repeatedly told these people it would get cleaned up by tax season. READ MORE: One Person Injured In I-57 Shooting Near Vollmer Road In Matteson Despite being employed the whole time, the state sent Dr. Derrick Hassert a benefits debit card triggered by fraudsters. He tore it up at the state’s suggestion. The the state said if he doesn’t give back the money they would take it from his tax refund. And he’s far from alone. “I am angry because this is what I feared would happen. This is what I kind of predicted would happen,” Hassert said. Indeed he did. Last November he told CBS 2, “I’m still worried that come tax time, this might be...
    Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro and a delegation of Democratic lawmakers inspected a so-called “influx facility” detaining unaccompanied asylum-seeking children in Carrizo Springs, Texas, last week. Following that visit, Castro spoke to Mother Jones to share what he learned from speaking to children held at the detention facility. Some of the kids he spoke to directly were as young as 13 and had fled violence in Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala in search of safety in the U.S. “We asked them what message they would send to the American people and to the president, and one of the young men said that they just wanted to be treated with dignity and that they were human beings,” Rep. Castro told Fernanda Echavarri of Mother Jones. “And I think that gets lost in the issue of the border sometimes when we debate it, and it rises as a controversy; we can forget about the basic humanity of these people who are fleeing very violent, dangerous situations.” Castro told Mother Jones that his concern for the treatment of these kids is a big reason...
    RUSSIAN women have been urged to avenge cheating boyfriends by informing the army - so they can be conscripted. An extraordinary video by a recruitment officer uses International Women’s Day to persuade them to snitch on former partners who betrayed or upset them - and are dodging military service. 6Colonel Yury Khromov, 63, used International Women’s Day to persuade Russians to snitch on former partnersCredit: instagram 6Some 263,000 Russian men aged between 18 and 27 are drafted each yearCredit: Alamy Live News Colonel Yury Khromov, 63, told them to supply the army with the identities and social media accounts of their erring exes. Some 263,000 Russian men aged between 18 and 27 are drafted each year, but many seek to evade the call-up amid complaints of widespread bullying. The colonel, from Leningrad region military commissariat, told young women on the video: “May you always be surrounded by true defenders, not only of the motherland, but of you as well. “And now allow me to give you a little present.” Men who betrayed them would be conscripted, he promised. 6Men who...
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