• Politics
    The Telegraph

    Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani caught in compromising position with young actress in Borat film 'gotcha'

    Rudy Giuliani, Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and former New York mayor, has been caught in a compromising situation with a young actress while unsuspectingly being filmed for the latest Borat film. Mr Giuliani was invited to a hotel in Manhattan in July by a member of comedian and director Sacha Baron Cohen’s team posing as a Russian reporter who said she wanted to talk about the president’s coronavirus handling. The journalist, played by Bulgarian actress Maria Bakalova, 24, starts off by discussing the virus and where it might have started with Mr Giuliani, 76. “Not with a bat,” Mr Giuliani says. “Have you ever eaten a bat?” he asks the reporter, who gets him to agree to try one. She tells him she is nervous, to which he replies: “I’ll relax you, you want me to ask you a question?” After they stop filming, she then invites the two-term mayor into the bedroom next door for a drink.

  • Celebrity
    Good Housekeeping

    Prince William Was Sending Prince Harry "a Message" by Excluding Him from That Christmas Photo

    Harry and Meghan were reportedly upset about the photo when it dropped.

  • Celebrity
    People

    Steve Bing Was Worth $300,000 at the Time of His Death, After Inheriting $600 Million (Report)

    Steve Bing died by suicide in June at the age of 55

  • Politics
    The Telegraph

    Teaching children that white privilege is a fact is breaking the law, says minister

    Teachers who tell their pupils that white privilege is a fact are breaking the law, the women and equalities minister has said. Kemi Badenoch told the Commons there was a "dangerous trend" in race relations that should not be taught in schools. She said: "It is the promotion of critical race theory – an ideology that sees my blackness as victimhood and their whiteness as oppression. I want to be absolutely clear – this Government stands unequivocally against critical race theory." Ms Badenoch was speaking in response to the Labour MP Dawn Butler, who said history needs to be "decolonised". Calls to decolonise the curriculum have been gaining pace at universities, where students have urged professors to examine whether courses are too dominated by white male European points of view. They have also been growing in schools, where many teachers are keen for pupils to learn the history of colonialism and the slave trade from a less Eurocentric perspective. But Ms Badenock said the curriculum did not need decolonising for "the simple reason that it is not colonised", adding: "We should not apologise for the fact that British children primarily study the history of these islands. "And it goes without saying that the recent fad to decolonise maths, decolonise engineering, decolonise the sciences that we've seen across our universities, to make race the defining principle of what is studied, is not just misguided but actively opposed to the fundamental purpose of education." She said pupils should not be learning about "white privilege and their inherited racial guilt", telling the Commons any school which teaches "these elements of political race theory as fact, or which promotes partisan political views such as defunding the police without offering a balanced treatment of opposing views, is breaking the law". Last week, MPs were told that white working class boys will continue to be left behind because notions of "toxic masculinity" and "white privilege" suggest they are the problem. Professor Matthew Goodwin told a select committee the national conversation had become "preoccupied" with issues around gender, race and ethnicity and focused around "historic grievances". In the USA, Donald Trump has directed the Office of Management and Budget to crack down on federal agencies' anti-racism training sessions, calling them "divisive, anti-American propaganda". The OMB director, Russell Vought, directed executive branch agencies to identify spending related to any training on "critical race theory", "white privilege" or any other material that teaches or suggests that the United States or any race or ethnicity is "inherently racist or evil".

  • Health
    Sky News

    Coronavirus: COVID-19 will exist 'for evermore' and second wave could kill tens of thousands - SAGE scientist

    Coronavirus will be around for "evermore" and is unlikely to be eradicated, a scientist advising the government on the pandemic has said. Professor John Edmunds, a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), also said the UK can expect tens of thousands of deaths from the second wave of coronavirus in what is a "bleak" situation. Britain, like other countries in Europe, is currently in the grip of a resurgence in COVID-19 infections, with much of the country under local restrictions and more than 21,000 daily cases reported on Tuesday.

  • Celebrity
    Good Housekeeping

    A Lip Reader Figured Out What William Said to Kate at the Sussexes' Final Royal Engagement

    It's fully not what you think, just saying.

  • Celebrity
    Yahoo Celebrity UK

    Sky axes woodwork show 'The Chop' after viewers spot Nazi tattoos on contestant's face

    Woodwork show The Chop was pulled after a contestant's tattoos were interpreted as symbols of white nationalism.