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"No shame in liking how I look in my cowboy swimsuit."
- NewsYahoo News UK
Jonathan Van-Tam has warned of 'sobering' coronavirus numbers as the latest figures revealed infections are rising in one in five UK areas.
- CelebrityDigital Spy
He's currently in hospital recovering from COVID-19.
- PoliticsThe Independent
The terrifying word salad of Donald Trump Jr and Kimberly Guilfoyle at CPAC was surprisingly entertaining
It’s the WWE-style intro that will be scarred into most attendees’ minds forever
- BusinessThe Telegraph
Landlords are running out of options for keeping their buy-to-let businesses in profit, as the Government plans a tax crackdown that could cost them almost £7,000 each. Chancellor Rishi Sunak is considering increasing the rates of capital gains tax, which is charged when an investment property is sold, to bring them in line with income tax. Landlords face a double whammy as Mr Sunak is also looking to increase corporation tax from 19pc to as much as 24pc. This will affect buy-to-let owners who have chosen to incorporate their properties. A record number of landlords did so last year after previous tax crackdowns since 2016 made it increasingly unprofitable to own a buy-to-let in their personal name. About 229,000 buy-to-let businesses are now run using a company, according to Hamptons International, the estate agency. The proposed capital gains hike would cost the average landlord an extra £6,800 in tax when selling up, calculations by Hamptons have revealed. London landlords, who have typically seen the biggest gains, will see their tax bill rise the most – by £26,840. Higher-rate taxpayers would be hit by a 40pc capital gains tax rather than the current 28pc on their gains. The analysis assumes landlords have not already used up their £12,300 annual tax-free allowance.
The pups were the target of a dangerous robbery in L.A. on Feb. 24
ITV News has obtained footage of Shamima Begum after she learned she cannot return to UK. Ms Begum was seen staying silent as she walked through a refugee camp in Syria, where she is staying. The Supreme Court ruled today that she should not be allowed to return to the UK to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship. .