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The Reform UK leader, who is seeking to enter the House of Commons as the MP for Clacton, accused the London Mayor of "hating England" after TfL warned the capital's 125,000 taxi drivers face harsh penalties for flying flags. In a four-word social media post, Farage said: “Khan really hates England.”
Horror as 20 workers are burned alive in massive blaze at lithium battery factory in South Korea malterwitty
The bodies of around 20 workers have been found at a South Korean lithium battery factory after a massive blaze, local media reports, with firefighters saying they were still searching the building. Horrifying pictures show a huge column of smoke and flames rising high into the sky as the inferno ripped through the plant in Hwaseong, just south of the capital Seoul. Over 100 people were working in the factory when workers heard a series of explosions from the second floor, where lithium-ion batteries are inspected and packaged, firefighter Kim Jin-young told media.
Sue Barker says trans women should not be allowed to compete against biological females in sport - as the Wimbledon and BBC legend backs Martina Navratilova and warns 'young girls' dreams are being taken away' malterwitty
Nine-time Wimbledon singles champion Navratilova has long opposed allowing transgender female competitors to take part in women's sports - calling them 'failed male athletes'.
The Kremlin has accused the U.S. of 'killing Russian children' after a Ukrainian attack on occupied Crimea with long-range missiles supplied by Washington and said there will be 'consequences'. Moscow has summoned the U.S. ambassador to issue a formal warning, while Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov issued a public statement slamming the U.S. for 'barbaric' strike on Sevastopol, a strategic port city on the Black Sea. 'The involvement of the United States, the direct involvement, as a result of which Russian civilians are killed, cannot be without consequences,' said Peskov.
After highlighting small boat crossings across the Channel, he said: 'Remember I went out four years ago, again and again, into the Channel to highlight what was going on, to say you might as well put a sign on the white cliffs of Dover saying 'everyone welcome'.' He added: 'I warned that huge numbers would come, I even said there might be an invasion, which is of course the rudest word you could possibly use in BBC land, but now 4,000 boats and 128,000 people later, it does look like it's been an invasion to me - and it's mostly young men.'
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has recently updated its projections for the U.S. government’s budget deficit. Here are the key points: Fiscal Year 2024 Deficit: The projected deficit for fiscal year 2024 is $1.9 trillion. Adjusted to exclude certain payment timing effects, the deficit amounts to $2.0 trillion in 2024. Deficit Trend: The deficit is expected to grow over the next decade. By 2034, it is projected to reach $2.8 trillion, equivalent to 6.9% of GDP. This cumulative deficit over the 2025-2034 period would total a staggering $22.1 trillion.
In a recent shocking move, the Texas-based U.S. Logistics Solutions (USLS), owned by Ten Oaks Group, abruptly ceased operations, leaving over 2,000 employees jobless. The closure affected 500 truck drivers, 732 power units, and resulted in the shuttering of 19 terminals, primarily on the East Coast. Former USLS President Eric Culberson expressed devastation and heartbreak due to the abrupt decision by the private ownership group. 
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