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Coronavirus live news: UK records 3,899 new infections as French deaths rise by more than 300

UK figures show further 18 people have died; France records more than 10,000 new infections Call for stronger measures as UK daily cases hit four-month highMarathon man: Victorian premier briefs media for 77 days running – videoMutant virus: should we be worried that Sars-CoV-2 is changing 6.22pm BST The French health ministry has reported 10,569 new cases in 24 hours, down from the previous day’s record increase of 13,498.The country’s death toll rose by 311 to 31,585. 6.07pm BST Nearl...
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Covid scepticism behind high Bolton infection rate, says local MP

Exclusive: social media hashtag #thinkingforyourself bolsters residents refusing to follow rulesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageCovid scepticism in Bolton has led to it having the highest infection rate of coronavirus in the country, a local MP has said, as a #thinkingforyourself social media trend gains traction.With 169 cases for every 100,000 people, the Greater Manchester town has the highest rate in England and has featured among the worst-hit areas in Europe. He...
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Coronavirus: 'Rule-breaking Bolton pub crawl' saw cases rise

A holidaymaker who did not self-isolate and went on a night out spread the virus, a councillor says.
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All the ex-Trump officials who have publicly vowed not to vote for him in November

President Donald Trump speaks to supporters during a rally at Central Wisconsin Airport on September 17, 2020 in Mosinee, Wisconsin. Scott Olson/Getty Images President Donald Trump has experienced record-setting turnover during his time in office. Many of these former officials have not only gone on to publicly criticize the president, but also create anti-Trump groups and voice their support for Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden. The list of ex-Trump employees who say they will n...
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Grand Jury Subpoenas Simon And Schuster Over John Bolton’s Trump Tell-All Book

“The Justice Department convened a grand jury and has subpoenaed publisher Simon & Schuster for documents as it investigates whether Bolton, [former National Security Adviser and] author of The Room Where it Happened, mishandled classified information.” – CNBC
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U.S. Intel Repeatedly Warned About Rudy’s ‘Russian Agent’ Pal

At the end of an elegant dinner in May 2019 in downtown Kyiv, Ukrainian parliamentarian Andriy Derkach handed a thick packet of papers to a former senior U.S. official he’d known for years. The packet was unremarkable in its presentation, the papers clipped on the top and crunched in the corners. The packet bore no insignia, title, or index page, and did little in the way of intriguing the former U.S. official. It wasn’t until months later that the official read through the pages. What was more ...
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UK coronavirus live: Rhondda Valley outbreak linked to Doncaster Races; patients urged not to go to A&E for tests

Fresh restrictions in south Wales after cluster of new cases; Bolton hospital boss says 100 people turned up to ask for Covid testsRayner rebukes Johnson over ‘collapsing’ test systemFamilies having to ‘hack’ system to get coronavirus testOne coughing child – and three fruitless trips to the same test centreGlobal coronavirus updates – liveSee all our coronavirus coverage 2.27pm BST 2.25pm BST Every household in Middlesbrough will be given free masks with information leaflets as the ele...
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DoJ launches criminal investigation into John Bolton's book – report

Trump administration previously sought a court order to prevent Bolton from publishing the book, which is highly critical of TrumpThe US Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into whether former national security adviser John Bolton mishandled classified information when he published a book about his time in the Trump White House, it was reported on Tuesday. Related: Trump claims he read Woodward's Rage in one sitting – and found it 'very boring' Continue reading...
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Lawyer: Bolton will cooperate with any probe into his book

Former Trump administration national security adviser John Bolton will cooperate with any investigation related to the recent publication of his tell-all book, which the Justice Department has said contains classified information, his lawyer said Tuesday.
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The Justice Department launched a criminal investigation into former national security adviser John Bolton over whether he mishandled classified information

In this file photo, John Bolton listens as President Donald Trump holds a cabinet meeting at the White House in Washington, DC. Reuters The Justice Department launched a criminal investigation into former White House national security adviser John Bolton over whether he illegally disclosed classified information in his tell-all book. The Wall Street Journal reported that Bolton's book publisher and literary agent received federal grand jury subpoenas on Monday. This development marks an es...
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NYT: DOJ opened a criminal investigation into John Bolton's book

• Bolton says US coronavirus response has been 'one mistake after another
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DOJ Opens Criminal Investigation Into John Bolton’s Book

Federal prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into the publication of former National Security Adviser John Bolton’s book, notching up the pressure on a critic of and former insider in the Trump administration. A federal grand jury issued subpoenas to Simon & Schuster, the publisher of Bolton’s book, and his literary agent, Javelin, the Wall Street Journal and reported. The subpoenas reportedly ask for all communications the companies had with Bolton as he published his book “The...
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New York Times: DOJ opened a criminal investigation into John Bolton's book

• Bolton says US coronavirus response has been 'one mistake after another' • Bolton's memoir sold a staggering 780,000 copies in its first week on sale
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New York Times: Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into Bolton's book

The Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into the possibility that former national security adviser John Bolton "unlawfully disclosed classified information" in a memoir he published earlier this year, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
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The UK faces a 'cascade' of new coronavirus cases and could be heading towards a second 'hard' lockdown, an expert has warned

Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks during a virtual news conference on the ongoing situation with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at Downing Street, London, Britain September 9, 2020. Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS The UK could be heading for another "hard lockdown" if the new law banning gatherings of more than six people is not obeyed, an expert who advises the government on COVID-19 has warned. "We really need to act very quickly now...
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UK is facing a 'cascade' of new coronavirus cases and could be heading toward a 2nd 'hard' lockdown, an expert warns

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a virtual news conference in London last week. Stefan Rousseau/Pool via REUTERS The UK could be heading for another "hard lockdown" if the new law banning most gatherings of more than six people is not obeyed, an expert who advises the government on COVID-19 has warned. "We really need to act very quickly now to prevent this from growing exponentially," the Imperial College London professor Peter Openshaw said. He said the "trickle" of coronavirus ca...
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Lockdown for a second time: 'It can't get any worse'

How are firms in Bolton - many of which have just reopened - coping with the new local restrictions?
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Trump's waging a phony war against the military-industrial complex

In this July 11, 2018, photo, U.S. President Donald Trump takes his seat as he attends the multilateral meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Brussels, Belgium. AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, Pool US President Donald Trump this week attacked military leaders in order to deflect from reports that he called dead soldiers "losers" and "suckers." "They want to do nothing but fight wars, so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and make everything ...
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Trump's former spy chief has 'deep suspicions' that Putin has blackmail on Trump, according to Bob Woodward's new book

Former director of national intelligence Dan Coats. Thomson Reuters The US's former top intelligence official, Dan Coats, secretly believes that Russian President Vladimir Putin may have blackmail on US President Donald Trump, according to the veteran journalist Bob Woodward's upcoming book. According to CNN, which obtained an early copy of the book, Woodward wrote that Coats "continued to harbor the secret belief, one that had grown rather than lessened, although unsupported by intelligen...
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Kim Jong Un told Trump their friendship would 'work as a magical force' in personal 'love letters,' new Woodward book says

FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet at the Korean Demilitarized Zone Reuters Bob Woodward's upcoming book includes the first reported excerpts from letters between President Donald Trmp and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.  In the letters, Kim said his "special" friendship with Trump would "work as a magical force." Trump's historic (and controversial) meetings with Kim have yielded few positive results, as North Korea continues aggressive activities a...
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Coronavirus: Bolton restrictions tightened and apology over testing issues

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Tuesday evening.
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Coronavirus: 'Disappointment' at new Bolton virus measures

All hospitality venues will close between 22:00 BST and 05:00 each day in the Greater Manchester town.
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Matt Hancock announces Covid clampdown in Bolton as cases rise – video

Tougher measures have been imposed in Bolton to stem a surge in Covid-19 cases, the health secretary, Matt Hancock, announced in a statement to parliament on Tuesday.  Bolton has the highest number of cases in the country at 120 per 1000,000 people.The new restrictions include restaurants being restricted to takeaways, no socialising outside your household and venues having to stay shut from 10pm to 5amTighter restrictions introduced in Bolton to curb coronavirusUK coronavirus news - live update...
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Hancock: Bolton hospitality restricted to 'takeaway only'

The health secretary announced tighter restrictions for Bolton after a rise in Covid-19 cases.
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Coronavirus: Bolton restrictions tightened amid rise in cases

The health secretary partly blames socialising by young people for the new rules.
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Bolton coronavirus: Transport and social distance measures increased

People are asked to reduce public transport use and avoid mixing outside their social bubble.
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'Get him out of here’: Donald Trump demanded UK ambassador leave US after leaked cables showed diplomat criticising him

Donald Trump demanded the removal of the UK’s ambassador to the US after leaked cables showed the diplomat criticising him, according to former US national security advisor John Bolton.Mr Trump ordered that Kim Darroch be made to leave Washington, Mr Bolton claims.
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Revealed: Donald Trump ordered dismissal of UK ambassador Kim Darroch after leaked cables

Donald Trump ordered the removal of Britain’s ambassador in Washington Kim Darroch after leaked cables showed the diplomat making disparaging comments about him, The Telegraph has learned. In a remarkable break with diplomatic norms, the US president is understood to have told his national security adviser John Bolton to “get him out of here” after the cables were published in July 2019. Mr Bolton told this newspaper after receiving the call he then telephoned Britain’s top civil servant, Sir Ma...
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John Bolton 'didn't hear' Trump's reported comments disparaging troops but says they're not out of character

Former National Security Adviser John Bolton evidently didn't hear President Trump make the disparaging comments about U.S. troops reported by The Atlantic — but if Trump did make them, it sounds like Bolton wouldn't be overly surprised.Trump on Friday continued to deny a damning report by The Atlantic, which alleged that he canceled a 2018 visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris because he worried his hair would "become disheveled in the rain" and "because he did not belie...
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