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    VLADIMIR Putin’s Ukraine bloodbath had claimed the lives of at least 16 kids last night, including a schoolgirl shot dead with her parents. The victim, believed to be just ten and identified only as Polina, was killed when their car was attacked by Russian saboteurs in Kyiv. 3Polina was also reportedly killed by Russian forces who opened fire on her family's car 3Putin’s Ukraine bloodbath had claimed the lives of at least 16 kidsCredit: Reuters Putin sent henchmen to peace talks yesterday while unleashing a rocket blitz which massacred scores of innocents. He also hit out at the West’s “empire of lies” as Russia’s economy stood on the brink of collapse. We launched The Sun’s Ukraine Fund yesterday as the UN warned half a million people had been displaced. The PM also offered 100,000 visas for refugees, and pledged to arm their fighters amid an incredible Ukrainian fightback. Elsewhere: A NEW crackdown could see Russian oligarchs’ Mayfair homes seized; RUSSIA’S central bank doubled interest rates to 20 per cent in a frantic bid to stave off...
    BORIS Johnson wants to ditch compulsory masks and working from home at the end of January — but low booster jab rates could derail the plan. The PM yesterday urged Brits to keep it on track insisting: “We can do it, we can all get boosted now.” 4We need to all do our bit and get boostedCredit: Dan Charity - The Sun 4Millions of Brits have been boosted - but more need to come forwardCredit: AFP But while data shows the Omicron wave peaking, take-up of third jabs has plummeted. Just 141,495 third doses were put in arms on Sunday — compared to almost a million a day in December. One in three eligible Brits is still not boosted. Take-up in some areas is so low that batches of the Pfizer jab are being wasted as the vaccine cannot be stored once opened. Politicians and medics warn that waning booster rates could delay a return to normality when the Plan B rules are reviewed on January 26. They issued a “get jabbed” plea as: OFFICIALS began drawing up a...
    CHIEF Medical Officer Chris Whitty fears Brits will not obey new restrictions if they are needed. And he is more concerned about the Delta variant — which drove up cases to their highest level in a month yesterday — than the strain in Africa. 1Another 50,091 cases were reported yesterday, up by 13 per cent in a week and the highest since October 21Credit: PA Mr Whitty, said: “My greatest worry at the moment is that if we need to do something more muscular, whether it is for the current new variant or at some later stage, can we still take people with us?” And he told a meeting of council chiefs: “It’s easier to be confident of people’s response at the beginning than it is after two years of their lives being interfered with.” But he was confident of maintaining support so long as the public feel “we are being entirely straight as to all the data”. Another 50,091 cases were reported yesterday, up by 13 per cent in a week and the highest since October 21. There were...
    Hi Everyone! Today will feature clearing skies, and more wind. Not the strong to extreme winds of yesterday but steady winds in the mid upper teens until later afternoon. Some gusts may top 20 to 25 mph during the day. READ MORE: Victim Of Deadly Towson Shooting ID'd As Morgan State University StudentBeyond dinner, wind leaves the forecast. But the sun will be returning today with a high of 70°. Yes the wind will temper that forecast high, as it did yesterday. But in the sun, even in the wind, weather life will not be too difficult. By noon we will be in the low 60’s, by 2 P.M. the mid 60’s, and in the 3 o’clock hour we should touch our daytime high of 70°. READ MORE: Poll: Nearly 1 In 10 Marylanders Spurn COVID-19 VaccineAverages now are 64° dayside, and 42° for the nightly low. As high pressure moves in we see a calm day on the horizon tomorrow. But keep your eye on Friday as a potent mature Low, tapping a good amount of Gulf moisture, will...
    THE Prime Minister branded Covid a “bummer” yesterday as he teased anti-vax Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro. Boris Johnson used their meeting in New York to sing the praises of AstraZeneca, saying: “It’s a great vaccine.” Getty 1 The pair met at the UN where Mr Johnson also told world leaders commitments to tackle the climate crisis are ‘nowhere near enough’ When Bolsonaro — who has claimed jabs can turn people into crocodiles — said he had not received his inoculation “yet”, Mr Johnson replied: “I’ve had it twice.” The pair met at the UN where Mr Johnson also told world leaders commitments to tackle the climate crisis are “nowhere near enough”. And he said there was a “vast” gap between the what the richest nations on the planet had pledged to save it and what they had actually coughed up in hard cash. Most read in The US Sun TRAGIC FIND Police have exhausted search for Gabby Petitos fiancé after body found PAPER TRAIL Car seized after Brian Laundrie note found as TikToker claims she saw him CHILLING CALL...
    DOWNING Street has confirmed that Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds DID marry yesterday - and will celebrate with friends and family next summer. The pair wed during a small secret ceremony at Westminster Cathedral yesterday, as revealed first by The Sun. ????Follow our Boris Johnson live blog for all the latest news and updates 11No 10 has confirmed that Boris and Carrie DID get married yesterday, as revealed by The Sun The 30 guests all received their invitations at the last minute A No10 spokesman said today: “The Prime Minister and Ms Symonds were married yesterday afternoon in a small ceremony at Westminster Cathedral. "The couple will celebrate their wedding with family and friends next summer.” At 2pm, half an hour after the church suddenly locked down, a limo containing Carrie swept into the piazza by the main west door. She stepped out wearing a flowing white dress, but with no veil. The Prime Minister, 56, and his bride, 33, then walked down the aisle of the tiny Lady Chapel to classical music and shared a kiss after their...
    BRITS have been urged to not forget Covid risks in the hot weather today - as many head to parks and beaches in 24C sun. Millions have been told to not "drop their guard" when they meet in groups of six after months of isolation in their homes. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 6Brits have been warned to not drop their guard as the weather heats upCredit: Rex 6Dr Bharat Pankhania today urged people to be sensible as lockdown eases in the warm weather 6Hundreds of people flocked to parks yesterday on England's first day of eased lockdownCredit: Ashley Kirk Disease expert Dr Bharat Pankhania, a senior clinical lecturer at Exeter University, has warned that Brits must keep their circles small in the continued fight against Covid. He added that caution and care are needed, as people brace for the hottest day of the year so far with highs of 24C expected. Dr Pankhania told ITV’s Good Morning Britain: “People have been kept in their homes for a very long time and there is of...
    BRITAIN is plotting a clampdown on Iran to stop it building a nuke, The Sun can reveal. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab admitted yesterday the Tehran regime kept him up at night with worry. 4The Prime Minister is plotting a major global clampdown on IranCredit: PA 4Boris Johnson wants to work with US President Joe Biden to stop Iran meddling across the Middle EastCredit: AFP World powers have an agreement with the Islamic Republic to lift sanctions if it stops trying to build the bomb. But PM Boris Johnson wants to work with US President Joe Biden to stop Iran meddling across the Middle East. Iran is accused of funding and training terrorists in the region. Most read in NewsLatestMUTANT SPREADCases of new Covid variant from Philippines found in UK as PHE investigateRIGHT EARFULA teen has been put into isolation after her ear studs were banned by schoolFAMILY WIPED OUTTwo men 'murdered mum, 37, and her 4 kids in petrol bomb attack at home'BATTLE ROYALHarry, Wills & Charles speak for 1st time since Oprah but talks 'unproductive'LatestFACE TO FACESarah Everard's family...
    ANOTHER Boeing plane has been hit with an engine crisis as a Delta flight carrying 128 passengers makes an emergency landing after a "failure". It comes after United Airlines said they would ground their 777 planes after an engine caught on fire over Denver on Saturday. Another plane was forced to make an emergency landing after a 'failure' The Federal Aviation Administration released a statement on Sunday regarding Saturday's plane engine failure aboard a United Airlines flight, adding the FAA would be stepping up measures to prevent such an incident from occurring again. "After consulting with my team of aviation safety experts about yesterday's engine failure aboard a Boeing 777 airplane in Denver, I have directed them to issue an Emergency Airworthiness Directive that would require immediate or stepped-up inspections of Boeing 777 airplanes equipped with certain Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines," FAA Administrator Scott Dickson said. "We reviewed all available safety data following yesterday's incident," Dickson continued. "Based on the initial information, we concluded that the inspection interval should be stepped up for the hollow fan blades that are unique to this model...
    GEORGE Clooney’s £12million mansion was marooned after heavy rainfall in his picture postcard village. The Hollywood actor’s expansive driveway was flooded and his garden, including a tennis court, were submerged in muddy water. ⚡ Read our UK weather live blog for the very latest news and forecasts. 6Aerial pictures showing the flooded grounds of George Clooney and Amal Clooney’s home in BerkshireCredit: Dan Charity - The Sun Clooney, 59, has spent millions on the Grade II-listed, 17th century property near the banks of the River Thames in Berkshire, where he lives with barrister wife Amal, 43. Nearby, floods have also caused misery for former Strictly favourite Debbie McGee, 62. Her house was seen surrounded by flood water yesterday, making it almost impossible to approach from the road. 6Amal and George have spent millions on the Grade II-listed, 17th century property near the banks of the River Thames in BerkshireCredit: PA 6Nearby, floods have also caused misery for former Strictly favourite Debbie McGee, 62Credit: Getty Images - Getty 6Debbie's house was seen surrounded by flood water yesterday, making it almost impossible to approach...
    A DIALYSIS patient has become the first person in the world to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine - and celebrated by having a nap and watching Coronation Street. Brian Pinker, 82, became the first person to receive the vaccine yesterday morning at Oxford's Churchill Hospital. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 10 Brian and his wife Shirley outside their home after he received the vaccineCredit: Doug Seeburg - The Sun 10 Brian said it was a "no brainer" to get the vaccineCredit: Doug Seeburg - The Sun Six hospital trusts - in Oxford, London, Sussex, Lancashire and Warwickshire - are beginning to administer the jab yesterday, with 530,000 doses ready for use. Speaking outside his home in Oxford yesterday he told The Sun: "I'm feeling good. "It didn't hurt at all. As soon as I got the call about it I said 'yes, I'm having it'." "It was a no brainer - this virus is terrible and this is the only way of getting back to normal." He was "very pleased" to get the Oxford...
    TWO NHS workers who received the landmark Pfizer Covid jab have suffered allergic reactions with regulators now issuing a warning. Hundreds of Brits received the vaccine yesterday after the UK became the first country in the world to start using the Pfizer jab.  1A warning has been issued But regulators have warned anyone with a history of “significant” allergic reactions to medicines, food or vaccines should not receive the jab. It comes after two participants - both NHS staff members - fell ill after receiving the vaccine yesterday. NHS England confirmed both are now recovering. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun.
    DONALD Trump reportedly returned to the Oval Office yesterday – despite being Covid-positive as aides were told to "wear full PPE whenever they are near him." On Wednesday, Trump's top economic advisor Laddy Kudlow revealed the president was back in his office – but his Chief of Staff Mark Meadows denied the claims. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 2Trump's advisors issued conflicting reports about whether he was back at the Oval OfficeCredit: AP:Associated Press 2The president tested positive for coronavirus last weekCredit: AP:Associated Press UPDATE: Mark Meadows tells me Larry Kudlow misspoke. President Trump, he says, did NOT go to the Oval Office yesterday.— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) October 7, 2020 Meadows said Kudlow misspoke during his CNBC interview after revealing that the president wanted to be back at his desk yesterday, an NBC reporter tweeted. The conflicting reports emerged after Trump's triumphant return to the White House from the Walter Reed hospital in Maryland on Monday evening, just 72 hours after he was admitted. “The president actually showed up...
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