Kelly Brook floored fans on Saturday after pulling out another incredible bikini for her staycation with boyfriend Jeremy Parisi.The 40-year-old looked sensational in a tiny peach two-piece, decorated with a pattern of green leaves in various shapes, as she posed on the beach with her beau and their adorable Cavapoo puppy named Teddy.MORE: Kelly Brook floors fans in skimpy red swimsuit for intimate hot tub selfieLoading the player...WATCH: Kelly Brook shows fans around Soho Farmhouse cabin Fans were blown away by the revealing snap, with one commenting: "The most gorgeous girl in the world." Another gushed: "WOW! Kelly Brook just stunning and your fella is the luckiest guy in the world."Kelly and Jeremy are currently enjoying an idyllic staycation. They have spent time at the luxury, members-only, Babington House in Somerset, and have now moved on to Devon, with their trip including a scenic hike down East Portlemouth & Gara Rock Trail in Salcombe.Kelly Brook stunned fans in her peach bikiniMORE: Kelly Brook shares stunning bath photo during staycation with boyfriend Jeremy ParisiThe TV star has been wowing fans with her various bikini snaps from her time away. Earlier this week, Kelly shocked us all when she shared a gorgeous behind-the-scenes picture from her latest calendar shoot. The model looked incredible as she posed on a sand dune wearing nothing but a skimpy gold swimsuit.Her fans were in awe of the gorgeous look – with famous faces including Abbey Clancy and Helen Flanagan chiming in with cries of "Wow" and "Wowzer".The metallic number would certainly inject some serious glamour into any staycation wardrobe this year!Kelly has also been delighting her Instagram followers with behind-the-scenes memories from her calendar shoot. She sent her fans into meltdown with a stunning snap of herself wearing a white oversized shirt.The model's Instagram followers flocked to the comment section of her sensational post to let her know just how flawless she looked. "Holy moly, she's on fire!" one wrote. "Wow, stunning," added a second, with a third noting: "Incredible!"Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.
The former White House communications director said the GOP could become "a minority party for a generation" because of Trump.
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Donald Trump has stormed out of his own coronavirus relief press conference, after being corrected on a false claim about signing a law to help veterans get healthcare.The US President was taking questions from reporters at his golf club in New Jersey on Saturday about four executive orders signed for coronavirus relief when a reporter questioned his claim.
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On Twitter, regarded by many as the Devil’s rattlebag, someone from the National Secular Society announced that they had “urged England’s children’s commissioner” to stop a “significant violation of many children’s basic rights: non-therapeutic circumcision”. Someone not from the National Secular Society retweeted this with a “translation”: “We’ve urged the children’s commissioner to make it impossible for observant Jews to live in the UK.” Not so long ago Ephraim Mirvis, the Chief Rabbi, took the National Secular Society to task on this matter: “For Jewish men, it is an essential part of our existence. An attack against our right to perform circumcision is an attack against a most fundamental element of our belief.” Circumcision within Judaism, he explained, was “the sign of our covenantal relationship with God”. This is certainly clearly expressed in the Bible. “My covenant shall be in your flesh for a perpetual covenant,” God said to Abraham. The rainbow had been the token of the covenant between God and Noah, which seems suitable, since it came after the flood that rain caused. The reason for male circumcision is more puzzling. (None of this is to do with so-called female circumcision, which is plainly mutilation.) Muslims have followed Jews in circumcising boys, even though it is not mentioned in the Koran. Christians celebrate the circumcision of Jesus – on January 1, it being the eighth day after his birth. But I think they are shy of talking about it, since it seems such a strange ritual. The Victorians, though accused of fearing to mention the legs of a piano, had no trouble in speaking of circumcision. In a sermon one January 1, John Henry Newman, now recognised as a saint, said that Jesus underwent circumcision “to show the reverence with which he regarded the religion which he came to fulfil”. He went on that day to defend conventional forms in worship. People may ask why they can’t pray in bed or while walking, and of course they can, but if they come out against ever kneeling, they end up not praying at all. Newman says: “We should be on our guard against those who hope, by inducing us to lay aside our forms, at length to make us lay aside our Christian hope altogether.” I couldn’t help being reminded by this of the closure of the churches during this pandemic. Of course Christians are happy to forgo worship in church if it protects their fellow citizens, yet it does matter that they should be able to go back to church. As for circumcision, attempts to find a reason for it have been made since before the days of Philo of Alexandria (a contemporary of Jesus), who knew that pagans ridiculed it. He suggested it was healthier (just as he argued that not eating pork was healthier). He thought the custom increased fertility and he saw in it a symbolic parallel with getting rid of opinions not devoted to God. Circumcision certainly marked out Jews as different from other people, as did the observance of dietary laws. (Secularists often oppose kosher and halal meat on the grounds of cruelty to animals while taking delight in animosity to Jews and Muslims.) That circumcision should apply to the organ of generation is the sort of thing that religious rituals decree in different cultures. One can see a symbolic connection with the people of God inheriting the covenant made with Abraham and his seed. In 2018 circumcision was nearly made a crime in Iceland. That could easily happen in Britain.
Heated confrontations outside the Portland Police Bureau East Precinct between anti-racism protesters and those opposed to some of their actions marked the 71st night of protests in the city on August 6.This footage shows the moment an elderly woman used a fire extinguisher to douse a fire in a barrel being guarded by a protester. The woman later flashed a sign emblazoned with “BLM” to those filming the interaction.A riot was declared by police on August 6, as was the case as protests continued on August 8, during which a small fire was lit inside the Portland Police Association building. Credit: Scott Keeler via Storyful
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Ronnie O'Sullivan launched a savage attack on snooker's next generation after beating Ding Junhui to book a World Championship quarter-final clash against fellow veteran Mark Williams. After claiming a 13-10 win in a session which saw seven consecutive half-century breaks, O'Sullivan insisted the standard is so bad he would have to "lose an arm and a leg" to slip down the rankings. O'Sullivan, 44, told the BBC: "If you look at the younger players coming through, they're not that good really. "Most of them would do well as half-decent amateurs, or not even amateurs they're so bad a lot of them. "A lot of them you see now, you think, cor, I've probably got to lose an arm and a leg to fall outside the top 50. So that's why we're hovering around - because of how poor it is down that end." O'Sullivan, who has repeatedly referred to lower-ranked players as "numpties", narrowly missed back-to-back centuries as he rounded off victory with breaks of 117 and 93. He added: "When you're younger you have all the hunger and desire but at some point you have to try to get yourself motivated, whether that's taking the pressure off or getting another hobby or job. "But while I'm still playing snooker I want to enjoy it. Whether I win or lose is kind of irrelevant at this stage of my career."