STRANGER Things' breakout character Eddie Munson won over fans after his debut in season four. Some viewers of the popular Netflix show have taken their adoration for Eddie even further by forming a fanbase called the ' Eddie Munson Cult' on TikTok. What is the Eddie Munson cult on TikTok? On May 27, 2022, season four: volume one of Stranger Things was released. The fourth edition of the show introduced a new character by the name of Eddie Munson, played by Joseph Quinn . Throughout the season, Eddie serves as the troubled leader of the Hawkins High Hellfire Club. He became known for his rock-star appearance and is often seen hanging around series regulars Mike Wheeler , Dustin Henderson , Lucas Sinclair , and the rest of the Hawkins gang. Read More on The US Sun KATE'S 'DEAL WITH GOD' Stranger Things sends Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill soaring again STRANGE ESCAPE Spotify gives Stranger Things fans a … [Read more...] about What is the Eddie Munson cult on TikTok?
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By Jim Reed Published 6 minutes ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic Steve Barclay has been named as the new health secretary following the resignation of Sajid Javid, who stepped down after saying he had lost faith in Boris Johnson's leadership. Mr Barclay had been working as the chief of staff at No 10, a powerful role in which he advised the prime minister and managed the machinery of government. Before that, he was chief secretary to the Treasury, a Brexit minister and served for a short while as a junior health minister in 2018. Delighted to be back at @DHSCgovuk taking up the role of Health & Social Care Secretary. @NHSEngland & social care staff. https://t.co/PaFG8QzmU8 — Steve Barclay (@SteveBarclay) July 5, 2022 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. View original … [Read more...] about Steve Barclay: What will new health secretary tackle first?
Published 21 May Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Related Topics Australia election 2022 Three years after a "miracle" victory, Scott Morrison's tenure as Australian Prime Minister and coalition leader is over. After his personal unpopularity dominated the campaign, Mr Morrison led his Liberal-National government to a significant election defeat in Saturday's general election. Mr Morrison kept his seat, but many of his party allies lost theirs. Speaking after calling rival Anthony Albanese to concede defeat, Mr Morrison said he accepted responsibility for the government's losses - and its wins - and would step down as leader. But Mr Morrison - nicknamed ScoMo - wasn't always considered a liability, building a reputation as a survivor and a shrewd political tactician before he ascended to the top job in 2018. Rise to the top The son of a police … [Read more...] about Australia election: What went wrong for Scott Morrison?
JOHN BISSET/STUFF Olesia Solovei and family talk about their new life in New Zealand, and the support they have received. Only 227 Ukrainians have arrived in New Zealand almost four months after the Government announced a visa that promised to offer up to 4000 refugees shelter. The 2022 Special Ukraine Visa, announced on March 15 , allows Ukrainian-born New Zealand citizens and residents the chance to sponsor their immediate family members to bring them to safety. The Government has said the visa is “the largest special visa category established in decades” – but only 5.6% of the spaces have been filled. The advocacy group Mahi for Ukraine has been working closely with Immigration New Zealand since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began. READ MORE: Ukrainian Kiwis 'grateful' for Government's $4.5m support, but remain concerned Ukrainian Kiwi pleads special visa case for relatives 'left there to die' Nearly 600 Ukrainians apply for NZ visas after Russian … [Read more...] about Ukrainian Kiwis slam cost, red tape as just 227 refugees arrive in NZ
We are now several months into the conflict with Russia. I say “we” because we are all pretending here in the West that the real war is between Russia and Ukraine but (nod nod wink wink) if we clandestinely, in some sense, provide full support to Ukraine then maybe the Russians, foolish and backward as they are won’t notice and we can simultaneously pretend that we aren’t flirting with the prospect of a long, arduous and inconceivably destructive war. I want to say at the outside that I think what Putin has done is unconscionable; God only knows what the impact will be, as all four of the horsemen of the apocalypse are on the march again. I think that the collusion of the leadership of the Russian Orthodox Church is even more unforgivable. Be that as it may, I also believe that the attempt to deeply understand the motive forces for this war, as it is very difficult to set things right (let alone avoid a similar future catastrophe—or even to stop this conflict from spreading) in the … [Read more...] about PETERSON: Russia Vs. Ukraine Or Civil War In The West? | The Daily Wire
John Mulaney once again returned to Saturday Night Live as host over the weekend, and, as expected, the all-star comedian did not disappoint. With Mulaney back in the role of host for the third time, it was a rather festive night of SNL , which returned on Saturday following a two-week hiatus. The comedian—who worked as a writer on SNL for several years, beginning in 2008—appeared at ease on stage, especially when compared to his first turn as host, back in 2018. During Saturday's broadcast, Mulaney was a dominating presence in just about every sketch and skit he appeared in—especially the musical numbers. Mulaney had a penchant for writing musical sketches back when he worked on the NBC show, and even won an Emmy in 2011 for a musical number that Justin Timberlake performed as host. Over this past weekend, Mulaney appeared in a few musical bit that many fans might deem award-worthy. Check out the best sketches from the latest SNL below. "Airport Sushi" When Mulaney … [Read more...] about The best ‘SNL’ sketches from this weekend: “Airport Sushi,” “Coronavirus Cold Open” and more
Novak Djokovic has revealed he's keeping in touch with former coach Boris Becker whilst the German serves his prison sentence. Back in April, Becker, 54, was found guilty of four charges under the Insolvency Act, having hidden £2.5million of assets after being declared bankrupt in 2017. As a result, he was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in jail at Southwark Crown Court . Becker, who six Grand Slam titles during his career - three of which came at Wimbledon - begun coaching Djokovic in 2013. During their three year stint together, the Serbian won six Slam titles and 14 Masters 1000 titles. The pair remained close despite finishing their partnership. Indeed Djokovic, who on Friday will face compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic in his third-round match at SW19, has hosted Becker’s girlfriend and son Noah in his box for both his matches in the tournament so far. “I haven't been communicating directly to him, but I've been communicating to him through them,” he said, as quoted by … [Read more...] about Novak Djokovic reveals Boris Becker contact and is ‘heartbroken’ by legend’s jail term
By Katherine Sellgren Published 9 January 2018 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Sam Gyimah has been made Universities and Science Minister for England in Theresa May's government reshuffle. Mr Gyimah's role straddles the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. He replaces Jo Johnson, who has been made Transport Minister. Mr Gyimah, 41, will work alongside the newly appointed Education Secretary, Damian Hinds , who is replacing Justine Greening. What else do we know about him? born in Buckinghamshire but spent some of his childhood in his mother's native Ghana studied philosophy, politics and economics at Somerville College, Oxford worked for Goldman Sachs for five years before opting for a career in politics became Conservative MP for East Surrey in 2010 served as a government whip and was … [Read more...] about Sam Gyimah is new universities minister, replacing Jo Johnson
RAFAEL NADAL will be one step closer to securing the Calendar Slam when he faces Nick Kyrgios THIS FRIDAY on Wimbledon's Centre Court. The Spanish icon has had a tremendous tournament so far, picking up from where he left off in the French Open. And his excellent form continued having defeated number 11 seed Taylor Fritz in a mouth-watering semi-final. But Nadal will be in for a tough ride when he meets a Nick Kyrgios who is fresh off a gruelling win over Cristian Garin. Plus Kyrgios is not one to hide his emotions during the match, which could help the tie to swing in the Australian's favour. What time does Nadal v Kyrgios get underway? Nadal and Kyrgios will meet on Centre Court THIS FRIDAY - July 8. It is expected to get underway second on Centre Court after Novak Djokovic vs Cameron Norrie. Kyrgios has lost the last three encounters against Nadal including an ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells match this year. Read More on Wimbledon … [Read more...] about When is Rafael Nadal v Nick Kyrgios? Start time, TV channel, live stream FREE for HUGE Wimbledon semi-final match
Published 25 July 2020 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing A public consultation has closed on changes to Scotland's hate crime laws, which opponents say could have a damaging effect on free speech. Ministers argue the bill offers great protection for victims at a time when the number of cases is on the rise. Scottish Labour's James Kelly said he had 'serious reservations', especially over the offence of stirring up hatred. But Scotland's justice secretary said people's freedom of expression was not under attack. As you are reading this news story on the BBC news website I am going to hazard a guess that you probably believe that freedom of expression is a fundamental human right. And that you think without the right to free speech many other freedoms may be threatened? You would probably also agree that it is wrong actively attempt to stir up hatred against … [Read more...] about Free speech row over new hate crime bill in Scotland