Natasha Jonas ought to be subsequent if Katie Taylor needs ‘a legacy struggle’ and ‘the largest struggle attainable’ | field information

 

Subsequent 12 months may very well be even greater for Natasha Jonas.

The Liverpudlian beat Marie-Eve Dicaire in Manchester on Saturday evening so as to add the IBF tremendous welterweight championship to the WBO and WBC titles she had already unified this 12 months.

Jonas shocked Dicaire along with her velocity and energy, however the Canadian nonetheless used her dimension and energy successfully as she turned their championship match right into a 10-round battle, one which Jonas gained unanimously.

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Natasha Jonas says she’s going to stroll away and evaluate her choices for her subsequent struggle after profitable by unanimous resolution to develop into IBF, WBC and WBO World Champion

‘There is no approach I might tackle Corbyn’: Work-safe seat turns poisonous as MP removes whip | Jeremy Corbyn

 

It is arduous to discover a extra Labor-dominated a part of the nation than the London headquarters of Islington North. However when Labor members are requested which candidate they may help within the subsequent election, there may be nervousness, hesitation and hushed tones.

Jeremy Corbyn, an area MP within the seat for 39 years, is presently an impartial MP who has been stripped of the Labor Social gathering stick. He retains appreciable native help, however ought to he determine to face as an impartial candidate within the subsequent election, each Labor member within the seat will probably be confronted with a alternative – to marketing campaign for the celebration’s candidate or for Corbyn and threat expulsion .

TINUBU’S $460,000 US TAX: APC, PDP campaigns trade words

This story first appeared in Vanguard

By John Alechenu

ABUJA-THE All Progressives Congress, APC, and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential Campaign Councils, PCCs, were at each other’s jugular yesterday, over the $460,000 deducted from the accounts of the APC Presidential flagbearer, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, in the United States of America, U.S.

The Chief Spokesman of the Tinubu-Shettima Presidential Campaign Council, Mr. Festus Keyamo said that the $460,000 was tax deducted from one of the 10 accounts linked to Tinubu and pooh-poohed the documents he attributed to the PDP, which are circulating in the social media, which accused Tinubu of drug deals while he lived in the US.

However, the PDP insisted that Tinubu has a lot of explanations to do and dismissed what it described as Keyamo’s “spirited attempts” to deflect attention from his principal’s questionable past.

Meet the Candidate: Jeanne Hendricks (MN)

Meet the Candidate: Jeanne Hendricks (MN)

Jeanne Hendricks – Minnesota -US House District 6

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This Week In Running: July 18, 2022

This Week In Running: July 18, 2022

The post This Week In Running: July 18, 2022 appeared first on iRunFar. Another week’s gone, and it looks a lot like the last several. That means there was a lot of racing. Buckle up because it’s Monday and we’re going to tell you all about it! Montée du Nid d’Aigle – Le Fayet, France The World Mountain Running Association World Cup is quietly moving through Europe, and Kenyan runners are dominating. The cup’s latest race — Montée du Nid d’Aigle — celebrated its 35th year and sent an at-capacity group of 450 runners 2,000 meters uphill on a 20k course towards the “Eagles Nest” finish. Men

2022 Summer must-have gear before you hit the pool and beach

2022 Summer must-have gear before you hit the pool and beach

Summer gear is making the list to make your 2022 pool time safer and gear to entertain with creating memorable moments for social media and summertime fun. I’ll show you a new breakthrough pool AI camera that could help save a life.  First, we start the summer off with the essential gear before you hit the pool, beach or lake.   Polar Bear Coolers 50% off everything for limited-time with code FOX Exclusive FOX code gets 50% off everything for a limited-time while supplies last at Polarbearcoolers.com

Yes Bank’s Rana Kapoor: Was forced to buy 2 crore painting from Gandhis

According to a chargesheet filed by the federal anti-money laundering agency in a special court here, Yes Bank co-founder Rana Kapoor told the Enforcement Directorate (ED) that he was “forced” to buy a M F Husain painting from Congress’s Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and that the sale proceeds were used by the Gandhi family for Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s medical treatment in New York.

Mr Kapoor also told the ED that the then-petroleum minister, Murli Deora, told him that refusing to buy the M F Husain painting would prevent him from not only building a relationship with the Gandhi family, but also from receiving the ‘Padma Bhushan’ award.

Rana Kapoor’s statements are included in the second supplementary chargesheet (overall third) filed in the special court here recently in a money laundering case against the Yes Bank co-founder, his family, Dewan Housing Finance Limited (DHFL) promoters Kapil and Dheeraj Wadhawan, and others.

We Never Fixed The 2020 Election (And This Is How We Did It)

If you’re wondering why we never wanted Donald Trump in the White House, you clearly don’t know how this country really works. Trump is not only a businessman but an outsider. Most of the business people the Government deals with are monopolists who sit down with us and fix the terms of the trade to our mutual benefit.

The United States has a massive bureaucracy whose members are virtually unsackable. We enjoy easy working conditions, perks, freebies, fat pensions, and occasional backhanders from the aforementioned monopolists. Trump was clearly intent on slimming down the bureaucracy and breaking up the cartels; that couldn’t be allowed; a Trump second term would have been disastrous for us.

Benito Graffagnino: Mental Health Activist, Prison Samaritan and Philanthropist

It is very easy to feel that hope is lost and there is nothing that can be done with a person who has been enticed by the darker sides of the street. Benito Graffagnino insists that the reverse is the case not only with his activism but also with his life. He was once a little boy who was a victim of the rotting system of things in foster homes and his neighbourhood. However, he insists that there is no one that cannot achieve rehabilitation and reorientation.

Benito Graffagnino is a British mental health and inmate activist, author, keynote speaker as well as entrepreneur. With his history as an ex-convict, drug dealer and drug smuggler, he is seen as a living encouragement to people who struggle with the darker sides of life. After several efforts made by different contributors to get his life back on track, he has managed to pave a new path of activism and philanthropy to help people see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Horowitz: 8 steps states should take to stop Biden’s border invasion

In the eyes of the Biden administration, there is still enough of a public health emergency to criminalize the breathing of 2-year-olds and disabled seniors on planes, but not enough of an emergent matter to prevent millions of illegal aliens from all corners of the globe from invading our border.

At present, the rate of illegal alien apprehensions at the border is averaging 7,000 a day, which is an annualized pace of 2.5 million. I’ve covered the border issue for 15 years and could never have fathomed these numbers. Some border sectors are now apprehending in one month what they did in the past during an entire year. Oh, and that doesn’t include the hundreds of thousands of gotaways, who are likely the most dangerous element of this invasion.