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    A MUM has taken to the internet to explain why she wants to change her son's unfortunate surname. She explained how her nine-year-old son has her ex's last name, which sounds and is spelled quite rudely. 1Her son is already being bullied because of his surnameCredit: Getty The 31-year-old explained: "My son has my ex's last name, which is Cox... except spelled like C***s. "It's an old English spelling, apparently." The couple split when her son was 18-months old and primarily lives with his mum as his dad apparently 'gets bored with him.' Recently the mum got remarried and took her wife's last name. READ MORE PARENTING STORIESNAME & SHAME I gave my twins the same first name, I wanted to call them after their dad SLEEP NEST ‘Lazy’ mum hits back after revealing five of her kids sleep on the floor She explained how her son was confused that him and his mum didn't share the same name, and on top of that is being bullied for his current one. The mum added: "He's been targeted by bullies...
    A MUM has told how her daughter saved her life after a simple itch turned out to be SKIN CANCER. Gill Liiv-Rochester began scratching her back repeatedly but did not know there was a mole on her skin. 2The mum-of-two from County Durham didn't think much of the niggling spot on her back and initially ignored the issueCredit: Gill Liiv-Rochester/NCJ MEDIA The mum-of-two from County Durham didn't think much of the niggling spot on her back and initially ignored the issue. But daughter Emme, 13, became more and more concerned about her mums incessant scratching and urged her to make doctor's appointment to find out what was going on. Gill went along to the doctors who later discovered two severe and aggressive malignant melanomas where she had been scratching. The 36-year-old told ChronicleLive : "Looking back now I didn't realise how exhausted I was and my skin was really dry. "I thought it would be nothing or something very minor. "When I went to the doctors, they asked how long I had had the mole on my shoulder but I...
    THOMAS MEUNIER says he couldn't turn down Manchester United, Barcelona or Real Madrid. Bayern Munich and Tottenham have also been linked with a free transfer move for the Borussia Dortmund right-back in the summer 1Dortmund's Thomas Meunier, pictured with his Belgium boss Roberto Martinez, admits he'd love a chance at a club like Man UtdCredit: Getty But the Belgium star, 30, admits he 'couldn't say no' to United. The Red Devils have not been entirely satisfied with Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot at right-back this term. And former PSG ace Meunier has suggested he is happy at Dortmund - but would love to play for one of Europe's traditional giants. Having nearly moved to the Nou Camp in January, he told Dutch outlet Het Laatste Nieuws. "Imagine… Dortmund are already a big club, but Barca… That is unique.  Read more on Man UtdMan Utd news live Cristiano Ronaldo ABSENT from squad, Ten Hag CONFIRMS talks Just like Real, Bayern and United are in their way. In principle you don’t say ‘no’ to such clubs." Of his deadline no-go, Meunier added: "Mentally it was not...
    DATING can be rough – well at least it was for one makeup enthusiast when she thought she had found the one. Sammie Morrissey, 31, shared exactly what happened on her date with a man she met on a dating app. 3A now single woman was under the impression had found the one until they met for dinnerCredit: TikTok/@sammiemorrissey 3She was getting really negative vibes from him at dinnerCredit: TikTok/@sammiemorrissey Having just come back from the date, Morrissey explained that before their actual first time out, she met up with the man at a coffee shop "to feel him out." "He seemed like a really sweet guy, he was very funny, he really laid it on thick the nice guy act," she claimed in a social media video. However, when they got together for an official first date, things immediately seemed off. She explained: "The second we sat down at the table, I started to get weird a**hole vibes." Read more dating storiesNIGHTMARE DATE I skipped a date with a guy – the way he responded shows I dodged a...
    My Unorthodox Life star Julia Haart is fighting back against her estranged husband's claims that she 'illegally' withdrew $850,000 from their company account.  Haart, 50, filed for divorce last month just hours after Silvio Scaglia, 63, fired her from her position as CEO, co-owner, and chief creative officer of Elite World Group (EWG), a talent media agency he acquired in 2011.  In a new court filing obtained by DailyMail.com, Haart hits back against her 'wrongful' termination, claims Scaglia called her the 'best CEO they had ever had' multiple times and she asserts she never took a salary from EWG.  She also claims in the documents that she continues to personally pay salaries for select employees as well as division heads and other employees who resign or get fired.  A source tells DailyMail.com that Haart's main concern is that 'the company she worked hard to build up does not get sold off to pay Silvio's debts'.  Julia Haart starred on the popular Netflix series which focused on her life in the fashion industry after leaving the strict Orthodox Jewish religion she...
    Elon Musk thinks he has a better plan for his money than Democrats who plan to tax corporations and the ultra-rich to fund their $2 trillion plan.  The Tesla CEO tweeted in response to an article titled 'Democrats’ billionaire tax would heavily target 10 wealthiest Americans, but alternative plan is emerging'.  Musk replied: 'My plan is to use the money to get humanity to Mars and preserve the light of consciousness.'  The article cited experts who say the increased taxes could raise more than half of its revenue from the countries 10 wealthiest people: Musk, Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Sergey Brin, Larry Ellison, Steve Ballmer, Warren Buffet, and Jim Walton.   'Musk would pay as much as $50 billion under the tax over its first five years, while Bezos could pay as much as $44 billion,' it states. Elon Musk, the world's richest man, is a vocal opponent of Democrats' proposed billionaire tax President Joe Biden announced the Build Back Better Framework on Thursday outlining how the government would fund his $2 trillion social services plan by...
    A WOMAN has revealed that a man who she had been dating for almost three years ghosted her at the end of their relationship - and he never told her why. Posting a video online, 26-year-old TikTok user Madison said that while he broke her heart, she got her own back. 2A woman on TikTok has shared a story about her ex ghosting herCredit: @mostdefnotmads/Tiktok Madison has shared details of the breakup, which happened two and a half months ago, in various videos on the app. "In my last video, I mentioned the first thing I did was change all of the passwords to Netflix and Hulu and all of that," she said. "The next thing I did was tell my mum that he broke up with me and didn't tell me why. "Right after the break up I thought he was going to come back and apologise and I might have taken him back. But I knew if my mum knew what he did, he's dead to the whole family." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO...
    President Joe Biden made a desperate last minute phone call to Senator Joe Manchin on the day before the Senate was due to vote on his American Rescue Plan to beg him to support the $1.9T stimulus deal, telling him 'you're really f***ing me,' according to a new book.  Biden considered Manchin, the most moderate Democrat in the Senate, a key roadblock ahead of the critical vote to pass the expensive stimulus deal, as reported by Fox Business.  Manchin ended up voting with majority of the democratic lawmakers and the relief package was passed in a 50-49 vote. The West Virginia Senator thus helped hand the president his first legislative victory.  Democratic Senator Joe Manchin (pictured), the most moderate Democrat in the Senate, was a key roadblock ahead of the critical vote to pass Biden's expensive stimulus deal back in March 2020 President Joe Biden allegedly told Manchin in March of last year that if he didn't back his $1.9trillion Covid-19 stimulus package, 'you're really f***ing me,' according to a new book by veteran journalists. Pictured, Biden at the Flatirons Campus Laboratories...
    'Everyone is in favour of free speech,' said Winston Churchill, 'but some people's idea of it is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone else says anything back, that is an outrage.' He could have been talking about Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, two people who think they have both the right to drop endless incendiary unsubstantiated bombshells about their family AND the right to censor and silence anyone who dares to disbelieve or challenge them. Back in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two hours spray-gunning the Royals to Oprah Winfrey in an explosive interview on prime-time US television. They claimed a member of the Royal Family had been racist about their son Archie, and that their little boy had been banned from being a Prince because of his skin colour. Back in March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent two hours spray-gunning the Royals to Oprah Winfrey in an explosive interview on prime-time US television, writes PIERS MORGAN Hours later on GMB, Piers said he didn't...
    ANDREAS PEREIRA has revealed his desire to return to Lazio after enjoying a loan spell in Rome last season. The Brazilian made 33 appearances, of which just five were starts, but he is confident he could have played better if he received more opportunities. 3Andreas Pereira has made it clear he wants to return to Lazio Pereira, 25, detailed his frustration in an interview with GianlucaDiMarzio.com, while also praising the spirit of Serie A. He said: "I know I could do even better if I was given more space. Even the fans agree, they wrote to me about it on social networks. "At Lazio I have always given my best in the time I was granted. I think my performance could be better if I had more minutes and more freedom to play. When you come in at the end of the game, the task you have to do tactically is not the best. “I’d like to go back to the Biancoceleste [Lazio] if I was given more time. Rome could be my definitive home, I had a great time....
    Governor Larry Hogan (R-MD) said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that it bothered him his fellow Republicans were making loyalty to former President Donald Trump a litmus test for members of the party. When asked about Rep Liz Cheney (R-WY) possibly being ousted from leadership for disagreeing that the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, Hogan said, “Look, I think we’ve got to get back to winning elections. We have to be able to have a Republican Party that appeals to a broader group of people. We have to get back to having a bigger tent, as Reagan talked about. Look, we’ve had the worst four years ever in the Republican Party, losing the White House, the House of Representatives, and the Senate. Successful politics is about addition and multiplication, not subtraction.” He continued, “I think they’re concerned about retaliation from the president. They’re concerned about being attacked within the party. It just bothers me that you have to swear fealty to the dear leader or get kicked out of the party. It doesn’t make any sense.” Hogan...
    On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The ReidOut,” White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci said “it’s very frustrating” when people question him about restrictions and freedoms without mentioning the number of people who have died from coronavirus and that while he wants to get his life back, “I, also put, as a higher priority, the health and the safety and the lives of the American public.” Host Joy Reid asked, “Does it shock you, frustrate you, how do you feel, when you are peppered with questions about, you know, restrictions and freedoms — and the dead, the 560,000 dead are not mentioned?” Fauci responded, “Well, it’s very frustrating, because, you know, as a public health official, I’m very much aware of this issue of COVID-19 fatigue about people really being worn down and tired of the kinds of restrictions that we have when we do public health guidelines. But the numbers speak for themselves. … Congressman Jordan mentioned the people of Ohio. I care very much for the people of Ohio. I don’t want to see them get sick...
    WHEN Corrie favourite Alina Pop began a fling with Tyrone Dobbs it spelt trouble on and off screen. Her romance with the mechanic, the storyline gripping the hit ITV1 soap, could mean the end for one of Coronation Street’s strongest couples and leave Fiz Stape devastated. 6Coronation Street star Ruxandra Porojnicu opens up about her new big storyline Today in an exclusive interview, Romanian-born Ruxandra Porojnicu, 27, who plays Alina, tells how she has been branded a homewrecker and told “to go back to her own country” by a vile minority of the show’s fans. She also reveals how Corrie used a real-life couple as kissing doubles due to Covid restrictions and how she is “learning Manc” from her cast members. Ruxandra told The Sun on Sunday: “Fiz and Tyrone are such an amazing and iconic couple, so when I found out what was planned I was surprised. “And my first thought was, everyone is going to hate me. 6Ruxandra's character Alina begins a fling with TyroneCredit: ITV “I was very excited about the storyline and thought what a great...
    I’m a football coach, but for more than five seasons, I’ve been sidelined. And no, it wasn’t because I didn’t win enough games.  It was because the school district that hired me—Bremerton School District, just across the Puget Sound from Seattle—forced me to choose between my faith and my job. Joe Kennedy coached high school football in Bremerton, Washington. Before I coached my first game, in 2008, I made a commitment to God that I would give thanks after each game—win or lose—for the opportunity to be a football coach and for my players. I was inspired to do this after watching the movie "Facing the Giants." For seven years, after each game, I walked to the center of the field, knelt, and prayed a brief prayer of thanks. This simple act of gratitude cost me the job I love. It started not with a complaint, but with a compliment from a neighboring school administrator. My school district instructed me that I could pray as long as I was not leading my players in prayer. SUPREME COURT REJECTS...
    My boss is very pushy and is mandating that we come back to the office with only a week’s notice and get the vaccine. I need time to sort out my life and child care after working remotely for the past year, and for medical reasons, I don’t want the vaccine. He said that if I refuse, he will terminate my employment. What can I do? Charmer, that one. Bullying bosses are at the top of my list of things I hate. Another is when New Yorkers stroll down the sidewalk as if on a country lane, heads buried in their phones. (C’mon people, look up and move it!) But I digress. The bullying boss has the right to require a vaccine in most cases. However, if your medical reasons are covered under the Americans With Disabilities Act you may be exempt from getting the vaccine. If so, and your employer won’t let you back in the office, bullying boss has to make a reasonable accommodation. Since you’ve been working remotely for a year, bullying boss would have...
    More On: go to greg I interned in Trump’s White House – am I now unemployable? My credit has suffered – can I still get a good job? If I start at my new job before I get my bonus, will I still get paid? Is the New Year a bad time to make a career move? My boss is very pushy and is mandating that we come back to the office with only a week’s notice and get the vaccine. I need time to sort out my life and child care after working remotely for the past year, and for medical reasons, I don’t want the vaccine. He said that if I refuse, he will terminate my employment. What can I do? Charmer, that one. Bullying bosses are at the top of my list of things I hate. Another is when New Yorkers stroll down the sidewalk as if on a country lane, heads buried in their phones. (C’mon people, look up and move it!) But I digress. The bullying boss has the right to require a vaccine...
    Happy Tuesday MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:My brother-in-law smokes weed, drinks booze and plays video games. My in-laws pay his mortgage. What happens after they’re gone? ‘Neither I nor my wife want him to be homeless, but I worry that I will be responsible for taking care of my brother-in-law.’I received two $1,200 stimulus payments last summer. Will I get two $600 checks this time too? The Moneyist: ‘Don’t you mean round three and four? I wouldn’t spend that second check quite yet.’ Millions of Americans are in ‘survival mode’ — beware, decisions made in this frame of mind can make or break you ‘Unfortunately, our ability to see the big picture is severely limited when we’re in fight-or-flight mode.’Financially fragile Americans during COVID-19 have difficulty answering these 15 money questions — can you? A new survey asked who could cover unexpected expenses during the pandemic’s early days.My mother gave me a substantial financial gift. I gave it back. My soon-to-be ex-husband says half belongs to him ‘My husband persuaded me to add his name to the account with...
    MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to have found the key to getting 11 stars working together on the pitch. Donny van de Beek must have been thinking ‘I’m a redundant footballer . . . get me out here’ since arriving at Old Trafford in the summer. ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford 2Donny van de Beek delivered a superb performance for Manchester United after being given his chanceCredit: Getty Images - Getty But he was king of the castle in United’s 4-1 Champions League win over Istanbul Basaksehir and offered a vision of a bright future for the team. In what was only his fifth start, the deep-lying Dutchman offered the link between front and back that the Red Devils have been missing. What it also crucially did was give Bruno Fernandes more freedom to do damage further forward. No longer did he have to keep dropping deep to get the ball and get things moving because Van de Beek was doing that. The £40million signing was answering his manager’s call to keep things simple...
    At the first presidential debate in Cleveland Tuesday, President Trump hit back after Joe Biden said that he needed to become "a lot smarter" or more people would die from COVID-19. "Did you use the word 'smart?' So you said you went to Delaware State, but you forgot the name of your college. You didn’t go to Delaware State. You graduated either the lowest or almost the lowest in your class," Trump responded. "Don’t ever use the word 'smart' with me. Don't ever use that word. There’s nothing smart about you, Joe." Trump and Biden sparred over each other's COVID-19 plans, with Biden invoking the taped interviews Trump participated in with Bob Woodward, in which he told the veteran journalist that he wanted to "play [the coronavirus] down." At a campaign stop in South Carolina last October, Biden said he started his college career at Delaware State University, a historically black college. A spokesman for the university denied that Biden was ever a student, but the college awarded the then-senator an "honorary doctoral degree" in the early...
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