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Walt Disney Television CFO and president of business operations Ravi Ahuja is leaving the company to pursue new opportunities. Peter Rice, the chairman of general entertainment content for The Walt Disney Co., announced Ahuja's departure in an email Monday morning.
High-profile Brooklyn Democrats came under fire last week for attending a birthday party at which many of the attendees were neither wearing a mask nor social distancing. Yet when news broke of the COVID rule-breaking party, many of them reacted with a shrug, while some came off as annoyed that it had made news in the first place.

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Gwrych Castle by ITV viewers. He had to assign roles to the rest of the celebrities - but it seemed as though he didn't want to.Campmates were paired up for their duties, including Beverley Callard and Vernon Kay on laundry.The scene, which aired on Sunday night, was discussed on companion show the Daily Drop earlier today.
© @Copyright HELLO! Hello! Magazine As told the romantic story of his surprise vow renewal ceremony on , the world watched on with twinkling eyes. But Beverley Callard's husband Jon McEwan wasn't best pleased as he joked on that Vernon had "stolen his thunder", because he was planning the same thing for wife Beverley upon her exit from the castle.Jon McEwan spoke to Loose Women , Brenda Edwards, Linda Robson and Judi Love on Monday about his and Beverley's relationship, revealing he had planned to renew his vows with the Coronation Street star when she left the I'm A Celebrity castle.

Boris Johnson (312)

Premier League fans could reportedly be ordered not to sing, shout, or drink alcohol when they return to grounds next month.Matches have been played behind closed doors since March amid the coronavirus pandemic but turnstiles are set to be opened again.Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said a limited number of fans can return with up to 4,000 allowed into venues that are in Tier 1 locations after December 2.Clubs situated in Tier 2 will only be able to let 2,000 in while those that are in Tier 3, likely to include Liverpool and Manchester, will be prevented from allowing supporters in.Though it seems the ‘normal’ matchday experience is still some way off with the Daily Mail reporting that the Premier League have written to each club
PIERS Morgan showed off his hilarious impression of Boris Johnson's "jolly careful" speech - before blasting the Prime Minister as "embarrassing". The 55-year-old slammed the "ridiculous metaphors" made in last night's press conference as the PM revealed tough new tier rules will last until spring.

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period products has made Scotland a world-leader and hopes other countries will follow.Her legal plan reaches the final stage of its journey at the Scottish Parliament tonight and is expected to be waived through with cross-party support.Lennon said: "We are in the final miles of a long journey and I am heartened by the support for the Period Products Bill. I am optimistic that we will complete that groundbreaking journey today."Scotland will not be the last country to make period poverty history – but it now has a chance to be the first."Lennon's plan had a difficult journey to get to this stage.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said Monday that prosecutors in Washington informed him that they do not plan to investigate the origins of protestors who heckled him and his wife at the Republican National Convention last August.

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