Prince William hosts FA Cup Final garden party at Queen’s Sandringham House

The Duke of Cambridge hosted an outdoor screening of the FA Cup Final on Saturday on the lawn of Sandringham House to raise the profile of his Heads Up mental health campaign. This season’s final between Arsenal and Chelsea at Wembley, which was empty due to the coronavirus pandemic, was renamed the Heads Up FA Cup Final after … Read more Prince William hosts FA Cup Final garden party at Queen’s Sandringham House

Steam Boss says Series X is better than PS5 – Inside Gaming Daily

Protect your online privacy today at http://expressvpn.com/inside. Valve boss Gabe Newell picked his side in the console wars this week when he appeared on a New Zealand talk show to talk mess about the PS5. Okay well not really, he was just asked which one was better and he said Xbox. Of course, this simple … Read more Steam Boss says Series X is better than PS5 – Inside Gaming Daily

Can Halo Infinite make a COMEBACK? – Send News #23

It’s fair to say the Xbox Studios Summer Showcase left a lot of Halo fans (and anxious Series X stans) with more questions than answers. Particularly, a majority felt underwhelmed by the graphical fidelity of Halo Infinite. So, today on Send News we’re asking: what do you do to freshen up a decade-old franchise? What … Read more Can Halo Infinite make a COMEBACK? – Send News #23

People felt ‘uncertain’ about new lockdown in Northern England, says Manchester Mayor

The mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, supported the late-night decision to impose a new lockdown in Northern England, but said that ministers should have given more detail at the time of the announcement. UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Friday that it was ”absolutely necessary” to reimpose some restrictions in the north of England … Read more People felt ‘uncertain’ about new lockdown in Northern England, says Manchester Mayor

“It felt like a real game to me” – Anthony Davis on playing without fans in Orlando | NBA on ESPN

After a 34-point performance in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 103-101 victory over the LA Clippers in the NBA season restart, Anthony Davis speaks on the intensity of the game, which other teams the Lakers consider to be a threat to their title chances and how he felt kneeling for the national anthem before the game. … Read more “It felt like a real game to me” – Anthony Davis on playing without fans in Orlando | NBA on ESPN

Muslims prepare to mark Eid al-Adha amid COVID-19 crisis

Muslims around the world are preparing for Eid al-Adha to celebrate the end of the Hajj pilgrimage. But the effects of the pandemic are already being felt globally, ahead of the festivities. Al Jazeera’s Sara Khairat reports. – Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe – Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish – Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera … Read more Muslims prepare to mark Eid al-Adha amid COVID-19 crisis

British Gymnastics CEO Jane Allen ‘fostered culture of fear’, former manager claims | ITV News

For the past three weeks a string of gymnasts has told ITV News about alleged mistreatment at the hands of coaches, and how they believe their complaints weren’t taken seriously. Tonight two former employees of the sport’s governing body allege Chief Executive Jane Allen has to answer for a culture of fear, and claim that … Read more British Gymnastics CEO Jane Allen ‘fostered culture of fear’, former manager claims | ITV News

One killed and 17 injured after an explosion at a restaurant in Japan

A sudden explosion from a suspected gas leak blew out walls and windows in part of a northern Japanese town on Thursday morning, killing one person and injuring 17 others. There was no sign of a fire and investigators at the suspect a gas leak may have cause the blast, Koriyama fire department official Hiroki … Read more One killed and 17 injured after an explosion at a restaurant in Japan

Congresswoman plays emotional account of small business owner to Jeff Bezos

In a historic congressional antitrust hearing Democrat Lucy McBath played a recording to Amazon chief Jeff Bezos from a bookseller who sold books via Amazon. The businesswoman had felt her sales were throttled by the tech giant.  In the recording, the seller pleads with Bezos to help her company, which supports 14 people. Bezos responded … Read more Congresswoman plays emotional account of small business owner to Jeff Bezos

Tassie’s year-round surfing mums, the ‘Albert St Gang’ | ABC News

A group of 8 mums from Turners Beach in Tasmania were inspired by surfing great Layne Beachley to form a surfie gang. Aged from 20 to 64, they surf right through the Tassie winter, using coffee and an outdoor fire-place to thaw their feet and hands. The ABC’s Rick Eaves was allowed into the “Albert … Read more Tassie’s year-round surfing mums, the ‘Albert St Gang’ | ABC News

Harry and Meghan’s Biography Reveals They Felt Snubbed and Nearly Ambushed the Queen | Lorraine

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1KyA9sV The Royal Family have once again been hit with explosive claims this weekend as The Sunday Times published the first extracts from the upcoming Harry and Meghan biography: ‘Finding Freedom’. Royal Editor Russell Myers tells us why the couple supposedly felt snubbed by the royals, why Meghan and Harry nearly … Read more Harry and Meghan’s Biography Reveals They Felt Snubbed and Nearly Ambushed the Queen | Lorraine

How Ben & Jerry’s Perfected the Delicate Recipe for Corporate Activism

Ben & Jerry’s long track record of activism has tended to mitigate any perceived sins, helping it avoid accusations of insincerity when it speaks out. And the company has largely managed not to be regarded as opportunistic—of using social consciousness to increase sales. In recent years, keeping revenue up has become ever more crucial as … Read more How Ben & Jerry’s Perfected the Delicate Recipe for Corporate Activism

One year later, Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian president has a lasting legacy

The Washington Post’s Toluse Olorunnipa revisits President Trump’s July 25, 2019, phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky that led Congress to impeach Trump and explains how it effects will be felt in the 2020 election and beyond. Read more: https://wapo.st/3hf7f33. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK Follow us: Twitter: https://twitter.com/washingtonpost Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/washingtonpost/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/washingtonpost/

McEnany Doubles Down on Trump’s Demand to Reopen Schools in the Fall

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany doubled down on President Donald Trump’s insistence that U.S. schools reopen in the fall despite a nationwide surge in virus cases, saying the White House believes that schools and teachers are “essential.” “It is our firm belief that our schools are essential places of business, if you will, that … Read more McEnany Doubles Down on Trump’s Demand to Reopen Schools in the Fall