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May reveals she uses 150 cook books and box sets of US crime drama NCIS to escape from Brexit stress as she takes Cabinet on the road to sell her plans to the publicTheresa May has held a Cabinet away-day in Gateshead as Brexit tensions riseRevealed that she gets away from Brexit stress by cooking and watching NCIS At Q&A with engineering workers she voiced confidence about getting a deal Jeremy Hunt has been in Berlin for talks with German counterpart Heiko Maas By James Tapsfield, Political Editor For Mailonline Published: 06:18 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:56 EDT, 23 July 2018 Theresa May revealed she uses 150 cook books and box sets of US crime drama NCIS to escape from Brexit stress today - as she took her Cabinet on the road to sell her plans to the public.The Prime Minister tried to soften her 'Maybot' image as she held a town hall style meeting with workers in Newcastle.The at-times awkward performance - which brought back memories of Mrs May's faltering style in&#8…
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The Mexica, later known as the Aztecs, were a migrant people from the desert north who arrived in Mesoamerica in the 1300s. This previously nomadic tribe was not welcomed by the local inhabitants who viewed them as inferior and undeveloped. Legend says that, as a result the Aztecs, wandered waiting for a sign to indicate where they should settle.In 1325 AD this sign, an eagle and serpent fighting on a cactus, was seen at Lake Texcoco - prompting the Aztecs to found their capital city, Tenochtitlan.By 1430 AD the Aztecs had assimilated aspects of the surrounding tribes and developed into a structured society.Their military became powerful and campaigns were fought and won. The Triple Alliance was created with the lords of Texcoco - situated on the eastern shores of Lake Texococo - and Tlacopan - sometimes referred to as Tacuba, situated on the western shores of Lake Texococo - further strengthening Aztec power. The Aztecs went to war for two main reasons; to exact tribute and to capture…
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Tamara Ecclestone flaunts her bikini-body in burgundy two-piece as she boards dad Bernie's '$40 million super yacht' on Ibiza family breakBy Connie Rusk and Julia Pritchard for MailOnline Published: 12:21 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:58 EDT, 23 July 2018 She has jetted out to the Spanish hotspot for her ninth family holiday of the year.And Tamara Ecclestone looked like she was having the time of her life with her daughter Sophia, four, sister Petra and her husband Jay Rutland in Ibiza, Spain on Monday.The billionaire socialite, 34, flaunted her incredible bikini-body in a burgundy two-piece as she enjoyed another day on her dad Bernie's multi-million pound super yacht. Family break: Tamara Ecclestone looked like she was having the time of her life with her daughter Sophia, 4, and her husband Jay Rutland in Ibiza, Spain on MondayHaving favoured an identical olive green bikini two days prior, Tamara opt…
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'Nazis aren't good people': Billy Joel says he wore Star of David for his family members who were 'murdered in Auschwitz' after President Trump defended 'punks with swastikas'Billy Joel wore a yellow Star of David on the front and back of his jacket when he performed at Madison Square Garden on August 21, 2017He did this in response to President Trump's comments about the white nationalists protesting the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville'The President said, you know, "There's some good people on that side …", No, Nazis aren't good people,' said Joel, who noted he 'had to do something' He also said that the 'punks walking around with swastikas' deserved to be bashed over the head and not defended by the president of the country'There are no good Nazis. There are no good Ku Klux Klan people. Don’t equivocate that s***,' he said, adding that his family was 'murdered in Auschwitz''We have a terrible president. We have a terrible administration. Po…
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U.S. to propose revoking Calif ability to set vehicle emissions rules, mandate EVs -- source By Reuters Published: 12:57 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:57 EDT, 23 July 2018 WASHINGTON, July 23 (Reuters) - The Trump administration is expected to propose revoking California's ability to set state vehicle emissions rules and mandate electric vehicles as early as later this week, a source briefed on the matter said. The U.S. Transportation Department and Environmental Protection Agency are expected to unveil a proposed regulation that recommends freezing vehicle emissions requirements at 2020 levels through 2026. The proposal is sure to spark a massive fight with California and a dozen other states that have adopted the state emissions rules. Eliminating the mandate could hurt automakers like Tesla Inc and General Motors Co that are investing billions in EVs. (Reporting by David Shepardson Editing by Chizu Nomiyama ) Advertisement …
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Jennifer Aniston PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Actress, 49, shows off her amazing abs in blue bikini as she relaxes by the poolside in PortofinoBy MailOnline Reporter Published: 12:07 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:57 EDT, 23 July 2018 She's been on location in Portofino to film her new Netflix comedy, Murder Mystery.And Jennifer Aniston was making the most of some downtime in between shoots, topping up her tan during a relaxing day off at the pool on Monday. The Friends actress, 49, showcased her incredible toned figure in a bright blue bikini as she reclined on a sun lounger. Relaxing in style: Jennifer Aniston was making the most of some downtime while filming her new Netflix comedy, Murder Mystery, in Portofino on Monday Jennifer looked blissfully happy as she sipped on a cold beverage and listened to music, relaxing in style during her break from production. The popular star displayed her…
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'I just don't believe in all the fuss': Makeup guru Jane Iredale says she still prefers a simple beauty routine -because most people don't need '6,000 foundations and 30 mascaras'Jane started in the makeup industry 25 years ago with her powder foundationHer cruelty-free line has since grown to include more than 400 productsIn an interview with DailyMail.com, she revealed the necessary items for any beauty routine such as a hydrating lipstick and cleanserThe makeup connoisseur recently launched a 15-shade vegan lipstick lineBy Danielle Zoellner For Dailymail.com Published: 12:24 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:39 EDT, 23 July 2018 Jane Iredale launched into the beauty industry 25 years ago by boasting cruelty-free products that worked well with skin.Despite the growing changes in the ever-evolving industry — including the addition of beauty influencers who advertise an expansive list of products — Jane said she is still more focused on providing wome…
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Drowning siblings found unconscious at the bottom of a swimming pool are brought back to life by a passing retired nurseBrother and sister had sunk to the bottom of a public pool in southern ChinaAfter they were found, one did not have a pulse and the other was twitching They were revived after a passing pensioner gave them two minutes of CPRThe 60-year-old woman is a retired nurse and happened to be by the pool By Tiffany Lo For Mailonline Published: 12:10 EDT, 23 July 2018 | Updated: 12:10 EDT, 23 July 2018 A pair of drowning siblings who were found unconscious at the bottom of a public pool have luckily been saved by a retired nurse in China.One of the children did not have a pulse while the other was twitching after they were removed from the water by the life guards, according to reports. Pensioner Guo Qiansi, a 60-year-old retired nurse who happened to be at the poolside, rushed over to give CPR to the brother and sister. She managed to revive both …
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Islamic State 'Beatles' duo: UK stance 'a rare decision' 23 July 2018 Image copyright Reuters Image caption Alexanda Kotey (left) and El Shafee Elsheikh were captured by Syrian Kurdish forces The UK's opposition to the death penalty has not changed, the security minister has said, amid questions about the fate of two Islamic State suspects.Ben Wallace said a "rare decision" had been taken "not to require assurances" o…
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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Prime Minister Theresa May is asked how she unwinds from the "world's most stressful job".
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