This is the second year in a row that the wrestler-turned-actor has been declared the top earner.

More evidence of that white privilege.

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A Home Office source brands the ice cream "overpriced junk food" after comments on Channel crossings.

Get woke etc.

I'm still waiting for somebody to explain why people are so desperate to get out of France that they risk their lives crossing the channel.

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The first minister accepts her government "did not get it right" with the system for calculating pupils' grades.

Not sorry enough, obviously, or you would have done us all a favour.

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer traveled to Delaware last weekend to meet with Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's first known in-person session with a potential running mate as he nears a decision. Whitmer visited Biden Sunday, according to two high-ranking Michigan Democrats who

I think that picking Gretchen Whitmer would be the last nail in the senility debate.

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Lilly Wachowski, who came out as trans in 2016, says the "world wasn't quite ready" in 1999.

My maths homework from forty years ago is about how the planet was subjugated by an alien race of slug creatures who forced humanity to cover their faces to inhibit their communications.

But my dog (which I never had) ate it so I diffracted through Hawkwind and the quadratic entanglement index of differential reference coefficient confirmed that Stacia Blake was my half brother and therefore I am this. Look at me now.

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Rising numbers of migrants are trying to cross the English Channel in dinghies and other small boats.

Because nobody is doing anything to stop them.

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The US president has played Rockin' in the Free World at events without the rock star's permission

I love most of Neil Young's music but he doesn't make the wisest decisions in life.

Standby for a major Trump trolling, methinks.

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"Eat out to help out" is too complicated and will not mean more customers, says one businessman.

So, British taxpayers who maybe can't afford to eat out at all are subsidising people who can.

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A round-up of false and misleading claims circulating on American social media this week.

The BBC doing its bit for the team of their benefactor (the the sum of $49m), Bill Gates and his global health tyranny, the WHO.

https://www.mintpressnews.com/faux-generosity-how-bill-gates-bought-his-power-and-influence/263208

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A "trade-off" may be needed in England amid a rise in cases, a scientist advising the government says.

Does any of this make sense?

Or is it just a strategy to further divide people?

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