They've been dating since February, following his split from Julia Fox . And Kim Kardashian clone Chaney Jones took her relationship with Kanye West , 44, to the next level. The 24-year-old Instagram influencer got his name 'Ye' tattooed on her left wrist. Inked: They've been dating since February, following his split from Julia Fox. And Kim Kardashian clone Chaney Jones took her relationship with Kanye West to the next level Closer look: The 24-year-old Instagram influencer got his name 'Ye' tattooed on her left wrist Fans started buzzing after the social media model posted a series of snaps of herself to her Instagram page, with her left wrist in full view. Chaney's wrist featured the word 'Ye' - which is Kanye's name - inked permanently in black cursive handwriting. Chaney has several tattoos, including one along her clavicle. She sported a silver crop top with matching trousers, showcasing her hourglass figure. Kanye and Chaney were first … [Read more...] about Kanye West’s girlfriend Chaney Jones, 24, gets his name ‘Ye’ tattooed on her wrist… just months after they started dating
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Published 4 April 2013 comments Comments Share close Share page Copy link About sharing The UK would be "foolish" to abandon Trident in the face of the potential threat of nuclear attack from North Korea and Iran, David Cameron has said. Writing in the Daily Telegraph , he said the country still needed the "ultimate weapon of defence". The prime minister said the nuclear danger had "increased" since the end of the Cold War. The Lib Dems want the UK to explore a cheaper alternative to the Tories' £20bn plan to replace Trident. Mr Cameron is committed to maintaining a round-the-clock submarine-based nuclear missile system of the kind Britain has had since the late 1960s. But the Lib Dems have insisted the coalition carry out a review of cheaper submarine or land-based options, including abandoning round-the-clock patrols. 'Nuclear blackmail' Labour, … [Read more...] about UK must keep Trident nuclear deterrent – David Cameron
STUFF Grant Robertson told a business breakfast he would not be taking his foot off the gas to ignore long-term challenges. Finance Minister Grant Robertson will reveal this year’s Budget on Thursday. Some say the time is right for some change, as the country navigates a high rate of inflation, reopening borders and a pressured labour market. We asked: What do you hope to see this year? Kirk Hope, chief executive, Business NZ: The key issue for businesses remains skill shortages. The Government can address that issue by having well-established clear policy on immigration that enables businesses to attract people to NZ. This issue is bigger than a single year or even multi-year Budget because it is impacting not only the private sector but also the Government itself as it deploys expenditure in critical areas such as infrastructure development, and this issue is also spilling over into the provision of essential public services such as health. Greg Harford, chief … [Read more...] about What do you want to see in the Budget this year?