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Angry British protesters chants “Arrest Bill Gates” as he arrives in the UK for a meeting with Boris Johnson and others to discuss the globalist agenda

Today, hundreds of angry British protesters in London crowded around a car and blocked the road leading to Downing Street chanting “Arrest Bill Gates.”. Gates was welcomed by chants of “Arrest Bill Gates” and “Murderer” before his dinner with Boris Johnson on Downing Street. The crowd gathered as former Microsoft CEO arrived in London to attend a global Britain meeting with Boris Johnson and other major political figures.
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What the papers say – October 19

Fallout following the killing of Sir David Amess leads most of the Tuesday papers, including calls to end online hatred, moves on counter-terrorism and the realisation of the late MP’s hopes to have Southend declared a city. The Daily Mail splashes with a photo from CCTV of Ali Harbi Ali...
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Gogglebox Star Brands Mum ‘A Disgrace’ In Midnight Twitter Rant

Gogglebox star Paige Deville has described her mum as a ‘disgrace’ in a late night Twitter rant. 25-year-old Paige quit the popular Channel 4 reality show last month, citing ‘long hours of filming, restrictiveness, control of our actions and opinions and zero aftercare support’. Birmingham-based Paige and mum Sally have...
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Charlie Nicholas completes surprising Celtic U-turn

Charlie Nicholas appears to have completed a surprising U-turn regarding Celtic just weeks after comparing Ange Postecoglou to Ronny Deila, as the club are coming off of back-to-back away wins in the Premiership. Since then, they have won the game against Ferencvaros as well. Nicholas had a couple of different...
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Here's who over 60 now has to pay for NHS prescriptions and who is exempt

As free NHS prescriptions are axed for over-60s, it will be causing confusion as to who still remains eligible for the scheme. NHS prescriptions have been free for old people and 60 over for more than 25 years. The decision from the government to cancel this has sparked fury, according...
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Charlie Nicholas in hypocritical Celtic admission

He’s always criticised the side over nothing in the past, so it seems strange that Charlie Nicholas has finally praised Ange Postecoglou’s side for once. Nicholas had gone on record a lot last season to put Celtic chiefs under fire for their inability to fire Neil Lennon – and rightly so – but the Scotsman has also thrown digs over the appointment of Ange Postecoglou in the past.
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Queen Elizabeth: Monarch wows in heart-shaped brooch at Windsor Castle

The Queen and Boris Johnson both greeted the many guests at Windsor Castle as they hosted a reception ready to mark the Global Investment Summit. Her Majesty met Microsoft founder-turned-philanthropist Bill Gates during the reception. She also greeted the US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, John Kerry, for the occasion.
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​Chelsea could recall Gilmour from Norwich loan

Chelsea chief Marina Granovskaia may be preparing to recall youngster Billy Gilmour from Norwich City. According to the Daily Express, the Blues will bring Gilmour back to the club in January if he is not playing regularly for Norwich between now and the transfer window reopening. The youngster started the...
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Transfer news and rumours LIVE: PSG want Icardi-Aguero swap with Barcelona

Bale could become loan target for Arsenal (Defensa Central) Real Madrid consider Calvert-Lewin bid (Calciomercato) PSG want Icardi-Aguero swap with Barcelona (El Nacional) Lille are open to selling Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches next year. The 24-year-old has been linked with Liverpool and Tottenham in the past, and the French giants...
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Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Bale could become loan target for Arsenal

Bale could become loan target for Arsenal (Defensa Central) Real Madrid consider Calvert-Lewin bid (Calciomercato) PSG want Icardi-Aguero swap with Barcelona (El Nacional) William Saliba won't return to Arsenal early from his loan spell at Marseille - according to Telefoot. The 20-year-old is contracted to spend the duration of the...
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New World’s Server Transfers Are Delayed, Again

A spokesperson for Amazon Games’ recently released MMORPG, New World, revealed its upcoming server transfer feature will be delayed until next week. Unfortunately for those waiting to transfer servers in New World, Amazon delayed the release of such a feature until next week. Although the new MMORPG launch saw over 913,000 concurrent players throughout its opening weekend – immediately topping Steam’s player charts – its popularity caused the game’s servers to quickly overcrowd. As a result, New World players are blocked from creating new characters on over-capacity servers.
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Paula Badosa emulates Emma Raducanu achievement by winning Indian Wells on debut

Paula Badosa won what many have called one of the matches of the year in a thrilling three-set final in Indian Wells. The 23-year-old overcame former world No 1 Victoria Azarenka in three hours and four minutes to win the title with a 7-6(5) 2-6 7-6(2) victory. It was the Spaniard’s debut at the BNP Paribas Open, as she replicated Emma Raducanu’s US Open heroics by winning the title on just her first appearance at the tournament.
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England handed two-match punishment for unruly fans in Euro 2020 final against Italy

England’s support in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley was, for the majority of the day, superb. But with fan clashes before the game and with the Wembley officials unable to control emotions of a section of the crowd, UEFA have issued England with a two-match ban for all competitions meaning that England’s crunch tie against Albania will now be played in front of an empty stadium.
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What the papers say – October 18

Investigations into the death of Sir David Amess lead most of the Monday papers, including questions over Britain’s moves against extremism. Police are investigating links between Sir David and the Gulf state of Qatar after his fatal stabbing by the son of a former prime ministerial adviser in Somalia, according to The Times.
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