Modelling agent Cathy Martin has offered Kate Grant a place on the catwalk at Belfast Fashion Week.
The senator’s tax voting history is mixed.
The US will remain an influential country regardless of how its men perform, but how can the Americans graduate from hosting elites to joining them?
Could the US ultimately emerge from the wreckage of its failed attempt to reach the 2018 World Cup finals as a bigger power?
“Whatever doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” striker Jozy Altidore wrote on Twitter on Wednesday night.
This cheap 10-inch tablet serves up the best of Amazon.
With the launch of Live TV and DVR in June, Plex took a big step toward becoming an all-round media replacement. Since then, it's wasted no time in introducing the feature to more platforms, including Android and Apple TV. Not to be left behind, Roku…
Jeff Horn’s stunning upset victory over Filipino legend Manny Pacquaio makes him the first boxer to win The Don Award as the athlete to have most inspired Australia in 2017.
Theresa May and the White House clearly think that downgrading his state visit will subdue our protests. Quite the opposite
Protest works. Cast your minds back to that distant political era otherwise known as January 2017. A racist misogynist megalomaniac had just celebrated his inauguration as the 45th president of the United States. Theresa May – overcome with hubris, but yet to be fatally wounded by her nemesis – gallivanted off to the White House and served us up a grotesque love-in with Donald Trump. Her offer of a state visit, an honour never even extended to some presidents, was a PR coup for an already deeply unpopular demagogue.
Then came Trump’s Muslim ban, and – with 36 hours notice – ten of thousands of us poured on to Britain’s streets in protest. Our message was not just solidarity with those targeted by Trump’s hatred. It was a rejection of xenophobia and racism at home and abroad – and a passionate rejection of May’s government subordinating Britain to the level of Trump’s poodle.
- President’s tweets complain of ‘total lack of accountability’
- ‘Electric and all infrastructure was disaster before hurricanes’
Donald Trump renewed his criticisms of Puerto Rico on Thursday and said the US government could not keep providing federal aid in the wake of Hurricane Maria “forever”.
The president attacked the US territory in a series of tweets on Thursday.
A series a tweets marked the latest jab at Puerto Rico since it was devastated by Hurricane Maria.