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Boris Johnson bet the farm on an election and appears to have won big

London (CNN)Boris Johnson staked his career on Brexit. If this exit poll turns out to be anywhere near correct, he’s proved his critics wrong many times over. During the campaign he has been accused of lying, hiding from the media and treating both politicians and the public with contempt. He was criticized for running an unambitious, one-note campaign with a near-empty manifesto. Yet it seems to have worked. One of the Conservative Party’s biggest concerns was winning a slim majority, meaning he would have to navigate mind-bending internal party politics…

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Security Camera Captures Unique Footage Of Thieves Failing So Hard It Looks Like A 90s Comedy Movie

Not all criminals are as capable as the characters in Ocean’s Eleven or as confident as the villains in James Bond films. Some criminals are clumsy, incompetent, and hilarious. Bored Panda spoke about protecting our homes from thieves and burglars to Cybergibbons. Scroll down for the full informative video. Image credits: When the video was posted on Reddit, internet users were quick to poke fun at the thieves who broke into the home and caused a lot of damage this way, but ended up with nothing. Some Redditors even gave…

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Kentucky’s Beshear restores voting rights to over 100,000 convicted felons days after inauguration

Kentucky Democratic Governor Andy Beshear signs an executive order to reinstate the voting rights of over 100,000 non-violent felons who have completed their sentences, at the Capitol in Frankfort, Ky., Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019. (AP Photo/Bryan Woolston) “My faith teaches me forgiveness,” Beshear said. “We all make mistakes.” Beshear called it an “injustice” that former felons are unable to “fully rejoin society by casting a vote on election day [and were] automatically denied regardless of the circumstances of their offense or their good work since serving their sentences.” The move reinstates…

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‘We’ve moved on’ from Colin Kaepernick, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says

(CNN)NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday the league has “moved on” from former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who changed the venue last-minute for an NFL sponsored workout and held his own workout last month. Kaepernick’s representatives said he wanted the session to be open to the media and the NFL balked, forcing him to change the location. Kaepernick’s agents said he was told not to bring his own film crew to the previous venue. The former quarterback’s camp was also upset with the liability waiver the NFL wanted…

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Moms Viral Post Shows You Shouldnt Visit Someone Who Just Gave Birth

Katie Bowman, the “creator of twins and their big sister,” recently wrote an incredibly touching text, explaining the importance of rest for new moms. Shared on her blog  livingmyfamilylife Katie thinks it’s normal for people to be so excited to see a new baby. “It’s a special moment and they want to be involved. I just think sometimes that overwhelming excitement can sometimes cloud their judgment, and they try to justify that seeing the new baby is more important than listening to what the new mum wants,” she told Bored…

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‘I wont be able to have healthy food’: millions of Americans to lose lifeline as Trump cuts food stamps

The Trump administration is rolling out new rules that will reduce Snap benefits, and make millions of Americans ineligible to receive them When James Fauntleroy lost his sales job in the summer he quickly found his social security disability benefits did not provide enough to live on. So he turned to a vital lifeline relied upon by many Americans on hard times food stamps, also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Snap). Fauntleroy, 35, initially received an approval letter, which noted he would receive $197 a month starting immediately.…

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Exit polls explained: How accurate are they?

Exit pollsters base themselves at a selected polling station in a chosen constituency. Voters emerging from the polling station are waylaid at regular intervals – every 10th voter, for example – by these fieldworkers, employed by polling specialists Ipsos Mori. They are given a replica ballot paper and asked to fill it in without anyone watching. They then drop the replica paper into a box that will be opened later. Crucially, they do not have to say out loud how they voted – the idea is this increases the accuracy…

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Ranking The 10 Most Iconic ‘Real Housewives’ Trips | Betches

Any Real Housewives Bravoholic knows that our ladies are at their best when they go on vacation. Something about the change of scenery and being out of their element makes these 10. Hong Kong, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 7 This trip is a standout for two primary reasons. The first is Ms. Erika Jayne’s completely over-the-top “You don’t know what I deal with every night!” freakout at Eileen, which may be the most emotion we’ve seen from Erika, well, ever. The second is Lisa Rinna’s accusation that Dorit…

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Michael Cohen asks judge to cut his prison sentence, says Attorney General Barr is biased against him

New York (CNN)Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal attorney, on Wednesday asked a federal judge to reduce his three-year prison term while claiming that Attorney General William Barr and the Justice Department are biased against him. Adler accuses the prosecutors with the US Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York, who did not support the request and have not agreed to meet with Cohen, of playing a game of “heads we win, tails you lose.” Cohen’s attorney suggests the Justice Department, under Barr, is biased against Cohen.…

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‘Heroes’ praised for mum and child flood rescue

Ms Campbell has posted an emotional video on Facebook thanking those who came to help her and Rhea, who has cerebral palsy. They were almost home after an appointment at an epilepsy clinic at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow, where Rhea had been surprised by a visit from Father Christmas. Image copyright Nikki Birgit Campbell Image caption Nikki Birgit Campbell and Rhea were taken to Dumfries and Galloway Hospital “Thankfully incidents like this are rare, however, it is extremely encouraging to know that members of our community came…

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