CHRIS Martin is the face of Coldplay and has put his distinctive vocals to dozens of hits including Trouble, Fix You and Viva La Vida. The singer and his three band mates are regulars on the stage - here's all you need to know. Who is Chris Martin and how old is he? Chris Martin, 41, is from Whitestone, Devon. The singer rose to fame with Coldplay after the band released their first album Parachutes in 2000. They achieved worldwide fame for the album's hit single Yellow which reached number four in the UK charts. Chris has two children, daughter Apple, 13 and son Moses, 11 from his marriage to Gwyneth Paltrow. What is Chris Martin's net worth? Chris has a reported net worth of around $90 million (£69 million) thanks to the bands success and world tours. However Chris revealed last year he gives 10 per cent of his earnings to 28 different charities. In fact, the band share 10 per cent of their $475 million net worth with the charitable organisations located around the globe. Who is … [Read more...] about How old is Chris Martin, who’s his girlfriend Dakota Johnson and when was the singer married to Gwyneth Paltrow?
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Alex Massie 19 June 2018 3:04 PM 19 June 2018 3:04 PM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Brexit must happen. Of course it must, for the people have decreed it should and, in this instance, their command cannot, as it can be in other circumstances, be countermanded. That leaves ample room for argument over the precise shape of Brexit – for it turns out there are many kinds of Brexit – but the essence of the matter is clear: Brexit must mean Brexit. It is possible to be sanguine about this and to recognise that even as the net impact of Brexit is likely to be negative in an economic sense, some sectors of the economy may benefit from it. In many areas, there is undoubtedly an opportunity to do some things differently and, who knows and with some luck, perhaps even do them better. The sky may darken; it should not fall. But there is, once again, a difference between Brexit and Brexiteers. The action is forgivable, the people … [Read more...] about Brexit has become England’s white whale
Welcome to the New Statesman local election liveblog. Press refresh for updates. 12:32: Labour’s Chuka Umunna, MP for Streatham, has called for a “post-mortem” by Labour’s national executive committee on the areas “we’ve had a problem” in order “to really understand what happened” in yesterday’s local elections. “There was a lot of talk of Labour taking Wandsworth … you would have expected certainly here in London to make some reasonably sizable gains, and we didn’t,” Umunna said on Sky News just now. Asked by Adam Boulton why that was, Umunna said “I’m not totally sure, but in Barnet we know that the issue of anti-Semitism in the Labour party has definitely played a role.” He says that Labour “needs to think about its values … what’s clear is the party cannot just park this issue.” 12:21: More good news for the Liberal Democrats: Liberal Democrat … [Read more...] about ConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlightConsumerBusinessSpotlight Q&A: Would Brexit really move “the Jungle” to Dover? The New Statesman 2018 local elections liveblog
0 Have your say 50 years on from the Rivers of Blood speech, its ideas are government policy, writes Paris Gourtsoyannis The timing is remarkable. In the week of the 50th anniversary of Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech, the government admits it wrongly deported an unknown number of people from the so-called “Windrush generation”.It was this group – British subjects, predominantly from Afro-Caribbean backgrounds, invited to help rebuild the “mother country” after the Second World War, and their British-born children – that so unsettled Powell.He was a proud believer in Empire as long it was “out there”, not when its citizens sought a share of the rights preached to them. The fact that Commonwealth leaders arrive in London for a summit this week underlines the grim irony. The crossover isn’t a coincidence, though; it’s a demonstration of Powell’s ultimate triumph.The furore over the way … [Read more...] about Paris Gourtsoyannis: Enoch Powell has never had greater power
To report corrections & clarifications, contact: Please indicate whether you're responding to content online or in the newspaper. The following corrections & clarifications have been published on stories produced by USA TODAY's newsroom: April 2018 News: A previous version of this story misstated Elliot Rodger's weapons. He used both a knife and a gun. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/03/31/masculinity-traditional-toxic-trump-mens-rights/99830694/ Video: A previous version of this video misstated the number of Americans living with unhealthful levels of pollution. https://www.usatoday.com/media/cinematic/video/33952141/8-of-americas-10-most-ozone-polluted-cities-are-in-this-state/ Opinion: Because of an editing error, a headline in an earlier version of this column incorrectly described Amy Wax's job status. https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2018/04/20/black-students-law-school-amy-wax-column/510510002/ … [Read more...] about Corrections & Clarifications