BLM founder Patrisse Cullors was blasted by Candace Owens over her pricey California mansion as the conservative pundit demanded to know why she doesn't live near black people. During her lively appearance on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show, Owens let rip at the "Marixst" Black Lives Matter leader after news of her swanky $1.4million home in Topanga Canyon surfaced. "She is fearful of white people," Owens said. "Well, why doesn't she want to live amongst Black people? Why is she choosing to move herself into an all-white neighborhood? Those are important questions." In her new area - glitzy Topanga in Los Angeles - 88 percent of locals are white, while just 1.8 per cent are back, according to the census, reports the Daily Mail. The property is located 20 miles from Cullors ' childhood home in Van Nuys which she previously described as being in an "impoverished neighborhood." Owens said that she only respected Cullors - who was recently slammed as a "fraud" … [Read more...] about Candace Owens mocks BLM founder Patrisse Cullors over property binge and asks why she doesn’t live near black people
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Jamie Dimon has spoken. The chief executive of JP Morgan Chase, one of Wall Street's most influential figures, told employees of America's biggest bank earlier this week that he expects to see them back in the office by early July. He reinforced that yesterday by saying he will no longer hold meetings via Zoom. Mr Dimon, who was speaking at the Wall Street Journal's CEO Council Summit, has been back in the office since June last year. He told the Journal's editor-in-chief, Matt Murray, there was now a need for his employees to return to work. Advertisement He added: "The American public knows 100 million people go to work every day, 65,000 people go to our branches every day. "Firemen, police, sanitation, hospitals, retail, pharmacies, banks, groceries - it's 40 million of them that go to work. More from Business Peloton recalls treadmills after injuries and child death Liberty Steel appoints team to accelerate shake-up at troubled … [Read more...] about Wall Street bankers ordered back to their desks – as the City mulls hybrid future
WHILE it's well-known that pregnancy can cause hair loss in women, people aren't as aware that it can also lead to dental problems, with some losing their teeth. One mum has bravely opened up about her dental struggle while pregnant and has since found herself going viral on social media, after people praised her for being so open about now having to wear dentures. Alicia, a 36-year-old mum from New York, explained that she now has to wear snap-in dentures due to tooth decay and shared a video of her taking her dentures out to reveal what she would look like without them. Wanting to show everyone how "hot and beautiful" mums look with or without their dentures, she said: "Hi, I'm Alicia. I'm the girl with the snap-in dentures. "I'm here to show you today what we look like with or without, are you ready?" Posing with her teeth in, Alicia then removed both her top and bottom dentures and said: "Let's start a trend, I want to show everyone how hot we look, how beautiful we … [Read more...] about Mum removes dentures & shows off gummy smile after losing her teeth during pregnancy
Balfour Beatty, one of Britain's biggest construction groups, is lining up Lord Allen of Kensington, the former ITV chief executive, as its next chairman. Sky News has learnt that the FTSE-250 company, which is one of the main contractors on the HS2 high-speed rail link, is in advanced talks to appoint the Labour peer as Philip Aiken's successor. Sources said his appointment could be announced as soon as Balfour Beatty's annual meeting next week. If confirmed, it would mark an unexpected return after more than a decade to the boardroom of a London-listed company by one of Britain's most prominent businessmen-turned-parliamentarians. Lord Allen left ITV in 2006, having engineered the company's creation through the merger of Carlton Communications and Granada two years earlier. Advertisement He has not served on the board of a publicly traded British company since 2010, when he stepped down as a non-executive director of Tesco. The peer has, … [Read more...] about Former ITV chief Lord Allen passes screen test for Balfour Beatty chairmanship
We meet a young man in Kampala, who was detained and tortured for his support of opposition leader Bobi Wine. We meet Zimbabwean comedians who are using humor to address difficult topics. We talk to a group of feminists who have started a radio show in Juba and in South Africa, an activist tells us why we should hold politicians to account. South Africa: Holding politicians to account After a fire in one of Cape Town’s informal settlements rendered hundreds of people homeless, social justice activist Nkosikhona Swartbooi confronted the responsible minister, Lindiwe Sisulu during a visit to the area. The confrontation resulted in a court case against the activist. Ugandan opposition supporter: ‘I was beaten and detained’ Uganda’s elections in January 2021 were widely criticized by international bodies for their unlevel playing field and violence surrounding the vote. A Ugandan opposition member and supporter of presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi, better … [Read more...] about How Important Is Free Speech?