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Coronation Street’s Tim Metcalfe commits betrayal which will break his soulmate’s heart

Metro UK 23 Jun 2024
It’s a massive betrayal, but when Tim tells Steve he can’t go out with him on his birthday, Steve gets the wrong end of the stick and assumes Tim is planning a massive surprise party instead.

Montague Police Logs: June 10 to June 16, 2024

The Recorder 23 Jun 2024
— Reporting party from Fifth Street requesting a ...

UK minister compares election betting scandal to Partygate

Gulf News 23 Jun 2024
Prime minister Johnson was forced from office in 2022 following public anger at the revelations of parties held in Downing Street when the rest of the country was under lockdown during the pandemic.

She’ll soon be one of Britain’s most powerful women. What drives Sue Gray?

The Times/The Sunday Times 23 Jun 2024
In May 2021 a small woman in a clover blue coat stood in the sun with a journalist and did something no senior civil servant had done before ... UK. Politics ... , ... , ... , ... NO 10 PARTIES ... Who is Sue Gray? The Whitehall insider ruling on the Downing Street parties.

Roundup: UK's Conservative Party hit by betting scandal in fresh blow to Sunak

Xinhua 23 Jun 2024
The main opposition Labour Party branded the fresh allegations "utterly extraordinary." ... Revelations of him and his employees reveling in booze-fueled parties in 2020 and 2021 at Downing Street infuriated the British public.

Trump in Philadelphia: The former president repeats false claims of 2020 voter fraud

Alternet 23 Jun 2024
Sharif Street (D-Philadelphia), who is Chair of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, and Philadelphia City Councilmember Jeffrey Young, said it was important for Democrats to counteract his message ahead of the rally.

Sacre bleu! Former Commonwealth Games swimmer left with a French accent after suffering a stroke ...

The Daily Mail 23 Jun 2024
After Thatcher waved farewell to Downing Street, a hungry Labour Party was on the horizon keen to bag leadership of the UK ... During both the Thatcher and the beginning of the John Major's Conservative reign, Neil Kinnock led the opposing Labour party.

‘For 14 years it’s been despicable. Enough’s enough’: in the ‘red wall’, Tory support is crumbling

The Observer 23 Jun 2024
The breakthrough in Silkstone came not just from Starmer moving his party to the centre ground of British politics ... She said she had little faith in any party to fix the UK’s chronic challenges.

Atlanta center of US political universe once again with Biden-Trump debate

The Observer 23 Jun 2024
... outside parties ... The New Georgia Project’s political action fund is hosting a watch party, “Vibe and Vote”, at a cigar bar on Peachtree Street on debate night, focusing on Black men and voter turnout.

Million-dollar community center opening in Taunton's Whittenton. What will it offer?

Taunton Daily Gazette 23 Jun 2024
Through the TDI, other measures employed or being worked on for Whittenton include reviving the Whittenton Block Party, installing murals and sidewalk art created by city artists and a wayfinding ...

Trump, Biden propel migrants to forefront of ‘contentious’ race

West Hawaii Today 23 Jun 2024
That back-and-forth came five days after House Republicans streamed out of the Capitol Hill Club onto a steamy C Street Southeast to rave about their party’s presumptive nominee and his vows to ...

Regulations for parking spaces ordinance approved

Sun Star 22 Jun 2024
“ To further promote these ordinances and regulate parking in our streets, to further improve accessibility to these parking spaces, create a management system of its fair and balanced use, and ...

Community street party celebrates 15th anniversary of Eastern Market reopening

Wtop 22 Jun 2024
The “Strength in Neighbors” street party on Saturday and Sunday features a daytime lineup of local bands including Rock Creek Kings, Crush Fun Brass and Capitol Hill Chorale.

Paul Mackay obituary: One of four founders of the Progressive Democrats

The Irish Times 22 Jun 2024
... PDs to acquire a headquarters in Dublin’s South Frederick Street in advance of the launch and he subsequently played a backroom role in all of the key decisions during the party’s tumultuous history.