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The French village where no one will pay tax: Pyrenees community is already 'too rich' after raking in £700,000 a year in parking fees from people crossing the border to SpainLe Perthus is a village of just 586 in the Pyrenees near the border with Spain Earns £700,000 a year in parking fees alone from shoppers who cross borderState auditors say council has 'abundance of resources that are not being used'By Julian Robinson for MailOnline Published: 03:10 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 07:37 EDT, 23 July 2018 A French village has been told to stop charging its residents council and property tax - because it is already 'too rich'.Le Perthus, a village of just 586 in the Pyrenees straddling the French-Spanish border, was found to have a surplus of more than £1million in its council coffers.It earns a massive £700,000 a year from parking alone with French bargain hunters leaving their cars on one side of the village and walking across the border to buy che…
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Chanelle Hayes shows off her slimmer figure in bright jumpsuit to take son Blakely to christening... just days after horror car crashBy Lily Waddell For Mailonline Published: 07:08 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 07:54 EDT, 23 July 2018 She was involved in a car crash with her ten-month-old son Frankie just days ago on Tuesday last week.And Chanelle Hayes moved on from the incident when she celebrated a christening with her eldest son Blakely at a church in Wakefield on Sunday.The television personality, 30, held her eight-year-old son's hand when they were seen making a stylish arrival at the church together, with Chanelle showing off her recent weight-loss. Out together: Chanelle Hayes showed off her slimmer figure in a bright jumpsuit to take son Blakely to a christening on Sunday...  just days after horror car crashReality star Chanelle was really attentive to the eldest of her brood as they chatted while making…
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Ledley King says England team bond under Gareth Southgate is stronger than golden generation: 'We didn't enjoy each other's company'Ledley King thinks England's team bond is stronger now than when he playedKing felt he could see Southgate's leadership skills when he played with himHe believes continuity through Southgate is England's best way forward By Mike Keegan For Mailonline Published: 07:37 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 07:51 EDT, 23 July 2018 Ledley King believes Gareth Southgate has fostered an England team spirit which was sadly lacking among the 'golden generation'.The former Tottenham defender, who won 21 caps for his country at a time when expectation was at its peak, believes the current manager has succeeded where his predecessors failed in creating dressing-room harmony.King, part of the talented but disappointing England sides between 2002 and 2010, explained: 'I saw a discussion between Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard and Steven Ger…
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The French village where no one will pay tax: Pyrenees community is already 'too rich' after raking in £700,000 a year in parking fees from people crossing the border to SpainLe Perthus is a village of just 586 in the Pyrenees near the border with Spain Earns £700,000 a year in parking fees alone from shoppers who cross borderState auditors say council has 'abundance of resources that are not being used'By Julian Robinson for MailOnline Published: 03:10 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 05:50 EDT, 23 July 2018 A French village has been told to stop charging its residents council and property tax - because it is already 'too rich'.Le Perthus, a village of just 586 in the Pyrenees straddling the French-Spanish border, was found to have a surplus of more than £1million in its council coffers.It earns a massive £700,000 a year from parking alone with French bargain hunters leaving their cars on one side of the village and walking across the border to buy che…
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Personal trainer who gained 15kg when she went travelling reveals how she managed to slim back down to her former size – by IGNORING everything she'd told her clients to doTrainer Nalisha Patel, who is based in New Zealand, piled on the pounds abroadRevealed how she went from weighing 54kg to weighing almost 70kg Had broken from her routine to travel the world with her husband for five yearsSpent a year trying to shift the pounds she'd gained after getting home in 2016 When nothing worked, she focused on unconventional methods with successNalisha has revealed how breaking rules she gave to clients actually worked By Kerry Mcdermott For Mailonline Published: 10:03 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 04:52 EDT, 23 July 2018 When personal trainer Nalisha Patel returned home to New Zealand after spending the best part of five years travelling the world with her husband, she did so 15kg heavier. Her sabbatical saw the ultra-fit 36-year-old break out of her usual ro…
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Chelsea stars David Luiz, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Ethan Ampadu surprise four-year old fan by accepting invite to a barbecue in AustraliaFan Hudson McCarthy invited Chelsea over weeks ago by emailing a videoThe four-year-old was told he could stay up late as his grandparents were visitingInstead, David Luiz, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Ethan Ampadu arrived at his houseBy Kieran Gill for MailOnline Published: 01:36 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 04:55 EDT, 23 July 2018 When Hudson McCarthy emailed a video to Chelsea some weeks ago, inviting the team to an authentic Aussie BBQ during their Perth visit, the youngster may not have expected too much.Yet after finishing their second training session of the day, David Luiz, Tiemoue Bakayoko and Ethan Ampadu drove to the four-year-old’s house across town as a surprise.Hudson’s parents told him he could stay up past his bedtime as his grandparents were visiting.  David Luiz, Tiemoue B…
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Personal trainer who gained 15kg when she went travelling reveals how she managed to slim back down to her former size – by IGNORING everything she'd told her clients to doTrainer Nalisha Patel, who is based in New Zealand, piled on the pounds abroadRevealed how she went from weighing 54kg to weighing almost 70kg Had broken from her routine to travel the world with her husband for five yearsSpent a year trying to shift the pounds she'd gained after getting home in 2016 When nothing worked, she focused on unconventional methods with successNalisha has revealed how breaking rules she gave to clients actually worked By Kerry Mcdermott For Mailonline Published: 10:03 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 03:05 EDT, 23 July 2018 When personal trainer Nalisha Patel returned home to New Zealand after spending the best part of five years travelling the world with her husband, she did so 15kg heavier. Her sabbatical saw the ultra-fit 36-year-old break out of her usual ro…
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I was paid £30,000 to murder an anti-Putin journalist after being asked by an old contact, says former priestThe faked death of journalist Arkady Babchenko caused sensation in Ukraine It was staged to get more information about a group paying hitmen to kill himNow former monk says he was paid £30,000 to murder the anti-Putin writerBy Alisha Rouse For The Daily Mail Published: 19:37 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 20:57 EDT, 22 July 2018 A former priest has revealed he was paid £30,000 to murder an anti-Putin Russian journalist in a case that shocked the world.The ‘death’ of Arkady Babchenko in Ukraine caused a sensation in May when it was revealed the assassination had been faked.It was staged to get more information about a mysterious group paying hitmen to kill both him and a number of other people. The former monk was paid £30,000 to murder an anti-Putin journalist, he revealed to Panorama …
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Britain's tax burden reaches its highest level since Harold Wilson was in charge while Government revenues are now at a 32-year highBritain's tax burden has reached its highest level for almost half a centuryThe taxman is set to take £724.9billion this year – 34.3 per cent of GDPOverall Government revenues are at a 32-year high at 37 per cent of GDP, a measure of the size of the economyBy Ian Drury for the Daily Mail Published: 19:02 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 19:56 EDT, 22 July 2018 Britain's tax burden has reached its highest level for almost half a century, a report has found.The taxman is set to take £724.9billion this year – 34.3 per cent of GDP.That is the highest proportion since 1969-70, when the country was run by a Labour government under Harold Wilson.The report, written by the TaxPayers’ Alliance campaign group, also said overall Government revenues are at a 32-year high at 37 per cent of GDP, a measure of the size of the economy. …
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Milwaukee Brewers fans give pitcher Josh Hader a standing ovation just two days after he apologized for shocking racist and homophobic tweets that resurfaced during the All-Star gameMilwaukee Brewers reliever Josh Hader was cheered on by fans on SaturdayThe warm ovation was Hader's first appearance on the mound since his years-old racist and homophobic tweets surfaced during the All-Star GameMost of the more than 36,000 fans applauded Hader after he was introducedHader offered his latest apology Friday for the tweets and spoke to teammatesThe 24-year-old said the tweets didn't reflect his values or the person he is nowThe messages included uses of a slur used to disparage African-Americans and one that simply said 'KKK' MLB announced that Hader would have to participate in diversity and inclusion initiatives in addition to sensitivity trainingBy Dailymail.com Reporter and Associated Press Published: 18:02 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 18:49 EDT, 22 J…
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By Associated Press Published: 15:46 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 15:57 EDT, 22 July 2018 BAMAKO, Mali (AP) - Mali's defense minister says one soldier and 11 extremists are dead after an ambush of security forces in a region where al-Qaida-linked fighters roam. Sunday's ambush in the Macina area of central Mali comes a week before the West African nation votes in a presidential election. The growing brazenness of attacks by multiple extremist groups has put the vote at risk. More than 8 million voters are expected to go to the polls as President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta seeks a second five-year term. Defense Minister Tièna Coulibaly says one soldier was wounded in this latest attack. Central Mali has seen more attacks as extremist groups push farther from their usual areas in the vast north. One deadly attack recently targeted the headquarters of a new West African counterterror force. Advertisement …
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'Getting old is not for pussies!' Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda lead all-star 'golden squad' for L'Oréal Paris - as the beauty giant recruits celebrities over 50 to help change perceptions of ageingL'Oréal Paris has launched a 'golden squad' of stars over the age of 50 The new advertising campaign aims to challenge the perception of ageingIt features L'Oréal veterans Jane Fonda, Helen Mirren and Julianne MooreNew stars to the brand include Isabelle Adjani, Iris Berben and Vanessa WilliamsBy Molly Rose Pike For Mailonline Published: 11:06 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 13:40 EDT, 22 July 2018 If the majority of advertising billboards seem dedicated to flawless faces in the first flush of youth, then L'Oréal Paris has vowed to try and shake up the beauty industry - by recruiting a stellar cast of stars aged over 50.The cosmetics company have launched a new 'golden squad' campaign comprising some of Hollywood's biggest names to try and challenge per…
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By Associated Press Published: 01:56 EDT, 22 July 2018 | Updated: 01:56 EDT, 22 July 2018 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jonathan Gold, who became the first restaurant critic to win the Pulitzer Prize for criticism, has died. He was 57. The Los Angeles Times , where Gold most recently worked, reported that he died Saturday after being diagnosed earlier this month with pancreatic cancer. "I can't imagine the city without him. It just feels wrong. I feel like we won't have our guide, we won't have the soul," said Laura Gabbert, who directed "City of Gold," a 2015 documentary about the critic. "It's such a loss. I can't wrap my head around it still." In this June 7, 2010 photo, Jonathan Gold, a food critic for L.A. Weekly, poses for a portrait at El Parian Restaurant in Los Angeles. Gold, who became the first restaurant critic to win the Pulitzer Prize for criticism, has died. He was 57. The Los Angeles Times, wh…
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By Associated Press Published: 22:41 EDT, 21 July 2018 | Updated: 22:57 EDT, 21 July 2018 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Salvador Perez homered, reliever Brian Flynn picked up the win with three scoreless innings and the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 4-2 on Saturday night. The Royals won back-to-back games for the first time since May 29-30. Perez belted his 14th homer with Mike Moustakas aboard in the first. Perez hit a 2-2 pitch from Lance Lynn out to right, only his third opposite-field homer this season. Perez has driven in four in two games since the All-Star break. Kansas City Royals' Lucas Duda hits an RBI single off Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Lance Lynn during the third inning of a baseball game at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Saturday, July 21, 2018. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner) Lynn (7-8) walked Alcides Escobar, Moustakas and Perez in the third to load the bases for Lucas Duda, …
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