Just a month after fracturing his spine in a horrific car crash, Kevin Hart has returned to work. The 40-year-old is reportedly 'easing himself' back on to the promotional trail for his latest movie, a sequel to Jumanji starring Dwayne Johnson, Danny DeVito and Danny Glover. E! News reported that film producers were "happy to see him" as the work schedules were reduced to accommodate Kevin. The stand-up comedian had fractured his spine in three places after his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda left the Mulholland Highway and plunged down a gully, crashing through a wooden fence in the process. Read More Showbiz editor's picks Kevin was in the back seat with Rebecca Broxterman at the time, with her fiancé and Hart's friend, Jared Black, the driver at the time. The pair are now reportedly preparing to sue Kevin over their injuries, claiming he was negligent in not having the requisite safety features included in the rebuild, which was a birthday present to himself. The injured couple are … [Read more...] about Kevin Hart returns to work a month after fracturing spine in horror crash
Claims: A white paper on European reform claims the deal by Prime Minister David Cameron (pictured yesterday) with the EU on welfare will save billions Brexit could cause mobile phone charges and air fares to soar and expose the country to a greater risk of crime, civil servants warned yesterday. A white paper on European reform, entitled The Best Of Both Worlds and backed by the Prime Minister, warns of a bleak future outside the European Union, with fewer jobs, higher prices and reduced financial security. The document, funded by the taxpayer, says that Britain would have less influence on the world stage and would not be able to take as tough a stance against the threat of terrorism. It also suggests the UK would no longer have access to an EU-wide database of 300,000 murderers, terrorists and paedophiles – and concludes we are ‘stronger, safer and better off in a reformed EU’. Leave campaigners last night attacked the white paper as propaganda and accused … [Read more...] about No 10’s lurid claims on the Brexit: Phone bills and air fares will soar – oh and crime will rise too!
Set to be defied: Local councillors lined up to say they were ‘hacked off’ with Mr Cameron (pictured leaving Downing Street yesterday) The vast majority of Conservative activists are set to defy David Cameron and support Brexit, a survey suggests. Interviews with constituency chairmen, officials and councillors from across the country show the scale of the challenge facing the Prime Minister in keeping the Tories from imploding over the issue. Of 68 constituency parties contacted by The Guardian, only two said a majority of members were in favour of remaining in the European Union. Some 17 reported a majority in favour of leaving. The others either said there was a 50-50 split in the ranks, or refused to respond. Local councillors lined up to say they were ‘hacked off’ with Mr Cameron, with one saying that ‘all eyes’ were on London Mayor Boris Johnson, who has come out for Leave. Lisa Parker, a councillor from Rugby, said she was … [Read more...] about Grassroots Tory activists ‘want to defy Cameron and support Brexit’: Only two of 68 constituency parties insist they want to stay in the EU
The Tories were at war over the EU last night after an astonishing revenge attack by the Prime Minister on Boris Johnson. In a packed Commons chamber, David Cameron accused his long-standing rival of backing the Out campaign solely to further his dream of becoming PM. ‘I’m not standing for re-election,’ said Mr Cameron. ‘I have no other agenda than what is best for our country.’ Commons attack: David Cameron (left) accused his long-standing rival Boris Johnson (right, both pictured yesterday) of backing the Out campaign solely to further his dream of becoming Prime Minister Decision: The pound suffered its worst day in seven years after Mr Johnson (centre) joined the Leave camp Shaking his head, Mr Johnson responded: ‘Rubbish, rubbish.’ One observer said the parliamentary exchange was jaw-dropping; another described it as the most savage ‘blue on blue’ clash since Geoffrey Howe took on Margaret Thatcher in 1990. … [Read more...] about Now Cameron turns nasty with savage attack on Boris: Simmering feud bursts into the open as PM accuses his rival of backing the Out campaign just to further his dream of getting the top job
David Cameron suffered a humiliating slap down by his own Cabinet minister tonight as Priti Patel said his EU deal could be 'ripped up by EU judges' - at the same time as the Prime Minister was telling MPs it was 'legally binding'. To add insult to injury Ms Patel said Mr Cameron's EU deal left Britain's membership of the EU 99 per cent unchanged. Her direct contradiction of her leader - coming at the same time Mr Cameron was attempting to get back on the front foot after he suffered a major setback with Boris Johnson's decision to back Brexit - signals the deeply damaging impact the EU referendum campaign is set to have on the Tory party. Scroll down for video Employment minister Priti Patel (pictured left) tore into David Cameron's EU deal - saying it could be 'ripped up by EU judges' - at the same time as the Prime Minister (right) was claiming his deal was 'legally binding' Mr Cameron told MPs in the House of Commons today that the reforms he … [Read more...] about Cabinet rebel Priti Patel says David Cameron’s EU deal could be ‘ripped up by EU judges’ – at the same time as the PM was telling MPs it was ‘legally binding’