This is the dramatic moment a leading British barrister is airlifted to safety from the Atlantic after his yacht was capsized by a freak wave ‘the size of a football stadium’.
Richard Hendron was on a solo adventure in the 34ft Spirit of Daedalus when the seas around the Bay of Biscay took a dramatic turn for the worse.
“Today we have a president who seems to believe he is a king or above the law,” the longtime South Carolina lawmaker said.
Just outside the US Capitol, pro-impeachment protesters have found some fun, holiday-themed ways of expressing their displeasure with the president.
Ok, in all seriousness, let’s get down to the real important stuff —namely, how many times will Donald Trump tweet today?
He’s really been amping things up lately, with the impeachment efforts tightening up around him. On a recent, crisp December day, he broke his record with over 100 tweets and retweets in a day. Here’s *that* story:
“But when I looked up and realised the roof was sliced open.”
Eyewitness Mr Wong said: “Some passengers were injured in the head and some remained unconscious after the crash.”
With 75 per cent of train drivers on strike and most Paris underground lines shut for the past week, the strain is showing on the roads. The emergency services reported a 40 per cent increase in injuries involving bicycles and motorbikes over the week compared with the days before the strike. They said that road rage was also growing. In one case a driver stabbed two pedestrians in Paris.
Mr Macron wants all French people to work until 64 for a full pension. He also wants to abolish the regimes that let some groups such as railway workers retire in their fifties.