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MORE THAN 600 items are set to go up for auction at a North Yorkshire home after its owner, a prolific collector, died in 2019.

Beal House, near the village of Thornton-le-Street, was the home of Ian Stewart, a businessman who lived and worked in the UK and the Far East and amassed hundreds of antiques in the country house during its many years of collecting.

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The house is a grade II listed mansion between Northallerton and Thirsk and dates back to the 18th century and was originally built as a dower for the Gautby estate.

Auctioneer Jeremy Wood, said: “This is a classic country house sale with an eclectic mix of antiques and furnishings from different periods. Although some of the content in Beal House has already been removed, There are still a large number of items left for sale.We are expecting a lot of interest in the sale from private as well as commercial buyers.

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US accuses Russia of sending saboteurs to Ukraine https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/us-accuses-russia-of-sending-saboteurs-to-ukraine/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 00:47:17 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/us-accuses-russia-of-sending-saboteurs-to-ukraine/ Russia also demanded that the United States withdraw all its nuclear weapons from Europe and that Ukraine, Belarus and Georgia, three neighboring states that were once part of the Soviet empire, never join NATO. It remains unclear whether Mr. Putin thinks these are realistic strategic goals – Wendy R. Sherman, the assistant secretary of state, […]]]>

Russia also demanded that the United States withdraw all its nuclear weapons from Europe and that Ukraine, Belarus and Georgia, three neighboring states that were once part of the Soviet empire, never join NATO.

It remains unclear whether Mr. Putin thinks these are realistic strategic goals – Wendy R. Sherman, the assistant secretary of state, called them “non-starters” this week – or if his real aim is to bring Ukraine to heel. The Russian president wants to expand his country’s sphere of influence to include more of the former Soviet bloc, especially former Soviet republics like Ukraine.

The United States promised severe financial and technological sanctions in the event of a Russian invasion, and it said it would consider arming a Ukrainian insurgency to make any Russian occupation costly and bloody. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned their Russian counterparts in recent phone calls that any quick Russian victory in Ukraine would likely be followed by a bloody uprising similar to the one that drove the Soviet Union out of Afghanistan.

After the Biden administration leveled the new accusation against Russia, Rep. Adam B. Schiff, a California Democrat and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said the news underscores the need to “provide the Ukraine the defensive weapons necessary to deter aggression, and, should deterrence fail, make a Russian invasion costly for the invaders.

The Kremlin pushed back the intelligence assessment. “So far, all these statements are unfounded and have not been confirmed by anything,” Putin’s spokesman Dmitry S. Peskov told TASS, a state-run news agency.

The discovery of the intelligence was reported earlier by CNN.

A senior Biden administration official said he fears saboteurs or provocateurs could stage an incident in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, creating a possible pretext for a coup. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said months ago he believed a coup attempt was underway, but it never materialized.

Ukraine’s military intelligence service announced earlier on Friday that it had intercepted information about a plot by Russian spies to launch a sabotage operation from disputed territory in Moldova, southern Ukraine, where Russia maintains a large contingent of troops. The plan, according to the intelligence service, was to attack Russian troops stationed at an arms depot near the border with Ukraine and blame Ukrainian forces.

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Trump Endorses Covid Boosters: Coronavirus Live Updates https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/trump-endorses-covid-boosters-coronavirus-live-updates/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 02:53:00 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/trump-endorses-covid-boosters-coronavirus-live-updates/ A temporary coronavirus care center in New Delhi last week. Indian leaders have again offered a mixed message: Their political rallies are crowded even as they order curfews and work closures.Credit…Money Sharma / Agence France-Presse – Getty Images The World Health Organization has urged countries not to let go of their guard against the coronavirus […]]]>
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The World Health Organization has urged countries not to let go of their guard against the coronavirus pandemic, simply because the Omicron variant tends not to cause hospitalizations and death as often as previous variants.

“We must not let this virus circulate freely, nor wave the white flag, especially when so many people in the world are not vaccinated,” Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director general of the World Health Organization, said on Wednesday. health, during a press conference. in Geneva.

Since Omicron was first detected in late November, it has scoured the planet, even surpassing some of the best tracking efforts. The daily average of new known global cases has set records every day since the start of the year, as much of the world remains unvaccinated. Over the past week, a staggering average of 2.6 million new cases per day have been reported and the world has surpassed 300 million known cases, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

These numbers are surely underestimated, given the lack of access to testing and the fact that home test results are often not always officially released. In addition, some public health experts – such as Dr.Anthony S. Fauci, the U.S. government’s foremost infectious disease expert – are urging less emphasis on the number of cases and more focus on the number of cases. hospitalizations.

“Let’s be clear: although Omicron causes less severe disease than Delta, it remains a dangerous virus, especially for those who are not vaccinated,” said Dr Tedros. Referring to the recent global toll of the pandemic, he said: “Almost 50,000 deaths per week is 50,000 deaths too many. Learning to live with this virus does not mean that we can, or must, accept this number of deaths. “

In some countries, the surge in new cases has led to new curfews, closures and restrictions, as well as discussions about the need to make vaccinations and reminders mandatory. But many other countries have not changed course significantly, and some are finding that new virus control measures cannot overcome strong political opposition.

The French government said on Wednesday it would keep the country open despite record-breaking virus cases, growing public frustration over testing protocols in schools and the threat of teachers’ strikes for Covid safety.

Germany’s new coalition government has postponed parliamentary debate on a draft national vaccine mandate, after large protests in Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Magdeburg and rallies in many other cities against pandemic measures imposed to slow the spread of the disease. Omicron variant.

Indian leaders have offered mixed messages by staging crowded political rallies while ordering curfews and business closures. Australia recently relaxed its isolation rules to reduce labor shortages and pressure on testing facilities.

And in the United States, a group of health experts who advised President Biden’s transition team last week published a series of articles calling on the White House to reset its response to Covid in a way that would recognize the “new normal” of living with the virus indefinitely.

Globally, however, about 72 percent of the shots that have been used by guns have been administered in high and upper middle-income countries, according to the University of Oxford’s Our World in Data project. Only 1 percent of doses were given in low-income countries.

“A big part of the problem is that we’ve made it twice as difficult, if not three times as difficult, for low-income countries, many of them, to be able to achieve high coverage.” Dr Bruce Aylward, a senior WHO advisor, said at the press conference.

Dr Aylward said rich countries have been slow and stingy in sharing vaccines and other vital supplies with the rest of the world. “What we shared was a lot of misinformation,” he said.

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Best hotels in Wales in 2022 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/best-hotels-in-wales-in-2022/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 09:00:06 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/best-hotels-in-wales-in-2022/ Hotel Spa St Brides A vast natural playground with some of the world’s most sensational beaches, as well as rugged mountains, beautiful national parks, classic seaside resorts and hidden fishing villages, Wales is irresistible to any type of traveler. BEST HOTELS IN WALES Adventure seekers will find something to get them active, from indoor surfing […]]]>

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A vast natural playground with some of the world’s most sensational beaches, as well as rugged mountains, beautiful national parks, classic seaside resorts and hidden fishing villages, Wales is irresistible to any type of traveler.

BEST HOTELS IN WALES

Adventure seekers will find something to get them active, from indoor surfing to white-water rafting and coasting, but there is also plenty of scope for simple walks – especially on the 870-mile Wales Coast Path or the inner dike path along the Wales-England border. Bike paths also abound, while boat trips can take you to meet whales, dolphins, puffins and other fabulous wildlife.

The best hotels in Wales are all, in their own way, heavenly retreats from the elements, with an emphasis on delicious cuisine created from the freshest seasonal ingredients with miles of very thin food.

Sometimes it’s even zero miles of food, as many of them – including the fortified grove of Narberth and the vintage-inspired gem of The Royston deep in central Wales – have their own vegetable gardens. . Many also serve up afternoon teas perfect for refueling after a day of climbing these mountains or tackling the cliff top trails.

Whether you’re searching for accommodation in Brecon Beacons or Snowdonia, you’ll want to keep scrolling through our selection of the best hotels in Wales to check-in in 2022.

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Narberth Grove, Pembrokeshire

Ideally secluded in an enclosed park with vegetable gardens and a cutting bed for the florist, The Grove of Narbeth boutique hotel is also just a few miles from Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, sandy beaches and pretty villages ports. Inside, it’s country chic in rooms and suites that each have their own character, with antique fireplaces, four-poster beds, and deep cast-iron soaking tubs.

The Grove is kid and dog friendly (the top floor houses a family suite and cottages dot the grounds), but it’s also romantic, with meals ranging from gourmet cuisine at the Fernery, reserved for over 12s, to casual dining in the Artisan Rooms and highly civilized afternoon teas.

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Harbourmaster Hotel, Ceredigion

A dream of a coastal retreat occupying the local harbor captain’s 1811-built home and attached former warehouse, this independent boutique option in Cardigan Bay hides 13 stylish guest rooms. Many have sea views, and all offer contemporary decor in warm hues of plums and blues, offset by original features such as exposed stone walls and wood paneling.

At the Harbourmaster Hotel there is also a two bedroom cottage a short walk away. This is one of the best hotels in Wales for on-site dining, featuring Cardigan Bay shellfish, Welsh fish, lamb and beef, Ceredigion cheeses and local organic vegetables accompanied by dreamy views of the fishing boats in the Tidal Harbor from Aberaeron.

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The Royston, Powys

Nestled in pastures in the heart of central Wales, surrounded by the Cambrian mountains, the Royston is a gem of a guesthouse that mixes original artwork and vintage and designer furniture in just seven rooms cocooning, all with a magnificent view.

There is no restaurant, but you can book simple home-cooked dinners made with ingredients grown on the property’s grounds or by local suppliers, including more gourmet tarts and Welsh cheese boards with homemade chutneys. There’s also an honesty bar featuring local beers in the lounge with its wood-burning stove, and you can reserve a fire pit in the park to watch the sun set over a bubbly class.

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New House Country Hotel, Cardiff

In Thornhill with magnificent views from its floor-to-ceiling windows of the twinkling lights of the Welsh capital, Cardiff Bay and the Severn Estuary, and all the way to Devon, this Grade 2 listed pile of country was built by a rich local industrialist and exudes the charm of the time.

The rooms and suites at New House Country Hotel are cozy nests adorned with wallpapers. The best tables at The Sequoias restaurant are in the glass pergola with its sublime views; the menu mixes classic and more innovative dishes, with an emphasis on local produce, including welsh beef blade and regional cheeses.

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Portmeirion Village, Gwynedd

Perched on its own peninsula and quite unlike anywhere else in the world, this visionary and even eccentric place – known to many as the location of the cult 1960s television series The prisoner – includes spa, shops, restaurants, cafe and a gelateria, all nestled in subtropical wooded gardens overlooking the estuary.

Classic and contemporary accommodation is split between the Grade II listed Portmeirion Hotel, an early Victorian-era villa with an outdoor swimming pool on the estuary lawn, and Castell Deudraeth, a Victorian crenellated folly, or there are also rooms and suites dotted around the village itself, and 15 cabins.

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St Brides Spa Hotel, Pembrokeshire

The heated infinity-edge outdoor pool overlooking Saundersfoot Beach is quite appealing, but this clifftop hotel also has an awesome spa using marine products (including organic and seaweed therapies), a kitchen contemporary with lots of locally landed fish and spacious rooms in cool nautical hues.

There are only 34 of these, as well as six two-bedroom apartments, so the emphasis is very much on a personalized welcome and tailor-made service. For a little more privacy, you will also find apartments in the village, where the hotel has its own stylish fish and chip restaurant.

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Palé Hall, Bala

On the edge of Snowdonia National Park, this member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux group is a sumptuous hideaway in the peaceful Dee Valley, with wooded gardens stretching down to the banks of the river. Living in a large Victorian-era mansion and with a dog-friendly philosophy (there are designated rooms, as well as dog-sitting facilities), Palé Hall is a place of both active (fishing and fishing experiences). 4X4 driving are offered) and for driving past a flickering fire with a glass of something repairing in hand.

The impressive cuisine includes both tasting menus accompanied by a flight of sommelier-selected wines, and bistro menus perfect for families. Of the 22 classically decorated rooms and suites, two have charming circular lounges in the building’s turret.

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Rhianfa Castle, Anglesey

Like a fairy tale with its turrets, galleries and chimney spiers, this Grade II listed building is inspired by the castles of the Loire. Divine views over the Menai Strait and the Snowdonia mountains are one of the attractions, as are the wine cellar with its tastings, the banquet hall of Alfred Waterhouse (architect of Manchester Town Hall and the museum of natural history) and the restaurant Le Dragon Rouge.

The décor of Chateau Rhianfa is extraordinary, with richly carved wooden doors and ornate stone fireplaces. The 16 rooms have more contemporary inflections; some have four poster beds, some have a view of the coast and one has a freestanding tub in the picture window. Eight other rooms in the modern lodge annex are even more contemporary, and the gardens are also home to cottages that can accommodate up to six people.

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Bed and Breakfast Escape Boutique Bed and Breakfast

Perfect for an adult getaway (it doesn’t accept children under 10), the contemporary Bolthole Escape Boutique B&B occupies a grand villa in this popular Victorian seaside resort, with its classic pier, scenic bays and towering headlands. .

Each room is unique, but expect Eames-style swivel chairs, crochet throws, retro radios, vintage cocktail chairs, and in one, a huge rolling copper tub. Breakfasts set you up for a day of exploring, with hearty dishes like local meats and smoked salmon with scrambled eggs.

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Llangoed Hall, Powys

Sleek and timeless, this country house with a history dating back to 560 AD was restored to its former glory by Sir Bernard Ashley of iconic textile design firm Laura Ashley, and the 23 rooms of Llangoed Hall all bear witness to its classic English style.

Food is at the heart of the experience here, based on ingredients from the fruit and veg garden and featuring a unique Kitchen Pass experience that invites six guests into the creative heart of things to watch the team prepare their seven-course tasting menu. The hotel is located in the Wye Valley, a short walk from the beautiful Brecon Beacons and the book lover’s paradise of Hay-on-Wye.

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“We’re going straight to the belly of the beast:” Biden faces Georgia https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/were-going-straight-to-the-belly-of-the-beast-biden-faces-georgia/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 12:00:31 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/were-going-straight-to-the-belly-of-the-beast-biden-faces-georgia/ As Democrats prepare to pass the bills in earnest, Senate Republicans led by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have declared themselves open to a change to the 1887 Electoral Tally Act, which establishes the certification process. presidential elections. Democrats, including the White House, felt that this narrower focus was totally insufficient and was an attempt to […]]]>

As Democrats prepare to pass the bills in earnest, Senate Republicans led by Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have declared themselves open to a change to the 1887 Electoral Tally Act, which establishes the certification process. presidential elections. Democrats, including the White House, felt that this narrower focus was totally insufficient and was an attempt to distract from more comprehensive reforms. Meanwhile, Sen. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.) says he will support some changes to Senate rules, but not the elimination or removal of legislative obstruction. Manchin, along with centrist-resistant Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D-Arizona), is also in talks with a bipartisan group of senators over options to strengthen the voter count law.

Rep. Jim Clyburn (DS.C.), a White House confidant and Third House Democrat, took offense at Manchin’s argument that Senate rule changes should be bipartisan, saying “ we just don’t have enough Democrats who are touching the history of this country, or they would stop talking some of this nonsense.

“I am, as you know, a black person, descended from people who won the 15th Amendment vote in the United States Constitution. The 15th Amendment was not a bipartisan vote, it was a one-party vote that gave black people the right to vote, ”Clyburn said. “Manchin and others have to stop saying this because it pains me very much for someone to imply that the 15th Amendment to the United States Constitution is not legitimate because it has no d bipartite membership. “

Asked about the desire of some Democrats like Manchin and Sinema to gain support across the aisle, Richmond said it would be unrealistic to expect Republicans to join them when have voted against the bills so far.

“These bills being passed in all of these Republican legislatures to restrict the right to vote, to obstruct the right to vote to overturn the vote, it was all done on a partisan basis with only Republican votes,” said Richmond. “And so to think that this same party that is doing this on a partisan basis would run to Congress and vote to protect themselves from them, might not be realistic.”

Manchin’s office declined to comment.

For Georgian Democrats, the debate around whether to adopt electoral reforms is particularly acute, as the state’s Republicans have ushered in a multitude of changes. The remade political landscape – two Senate victories last year a day before the Capitol Hill uprising in Washington that breathed new life into Biden’s agenda – combined to raise the ante.

Representative Nikema Williams (D-Ga.), Who has been in contact with the White House prior to the visit, said she expects Biden to provide details on how he plans to move the issue forward .

“I think coming to Atlanta, in the 5th Congressional District, I’m sitting in the seat that was once occupied by Congressman John Lewis,” Williams said. “We are the birthplace of the civil rights movement. You don’t come to Atlanta just for another speech. It is a question of action.

It couldn’t happen soon enough for Democrats in his state. More particularly, a Georgian Law 2021 GOP-backed and signed after Biden’s victory, among other things, restricts mail-in ballot drop-boxes to early-voting sites, requires additional ID for mail-in voting, and allows takeover by the State of County Elections.


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Martha Stewart opens her first restaurant in Vegas – and she designs it herself https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/martha-stewart-opens-her-first-restaurant-in-vegas-and-she-designs-it-herself/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 17:19:32 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/martha-stewart-opens-her-first-restaurant-in-vegas-and-she-designs-it-herself/ Lifestyle icon Martha stewart will debut Martha Stewart’s The Bedford at Paris Las Vegas next spring. It is the first restaurant for the entrepreneur, Snoop Dogg’s best friend, and conqueror of all she touches. Named after Stewart’s country house in Bedford, New York, the 194-seat restaurant will “give patrons an authentic glimpse into how she […]]]>

Lifestyle icon Martha stewart will debut Martha Stewart’s The Bedford at Paris Las Vegas next spring. It is the first restaurant for the entrepreneur, Snoop Dogg’s best friend, and conqueror of all she touches.

Named after Stewart’s country house in Bedford, New York, the 194-seat restaurant will “give patrons an authentic glimpse into how she lives and is entertained in her own home,” according to a press release.

With seasonal dinners, weekend brunches, and holiday menus, the restaurant plans to use several local vendors and some of Stewart’s personal favorites: Las Vegas Farmers Market, Dartagnan Inc., Urbani Truffles, Roe Caviar, Frog Hollow Farm, Jasper Hill Farm and La crèmerie du Vermont.

“Our menu will be delicious, featuring the same types of food that I serve to my friends and family,” said Stewart.

Stewart herself designs the restaurant with plans to bring the outdoors in with a neutral toned backdrop to reflect the aesthetic of Bedford’s beloved abode. (Stewart actually chose to serve the house arrest part of his sentence in 2005 at the time unfurnished house, which she bought in 2000 for $ 16 million. She updated the decor during the pandemic and posted photos on MarthaStewart.com.)

Martha Stewart bought her Bedford estate in 2000 for $ 16 million.
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“When we open the doors, the Bedford by Martha Stewart will be a dining experience you just can’t get anywhere else,” said Jason Gregorec, senior vice president and general manager of Paris Las Vegas.

Stewart joins other great restaurants in Paris: Gordon Ramsay Steak, the grab-and-go Brioche By Guy Savoy, the Vanderpump in Paris under construction by Lisa Vanderpump and the third local extension of Nobu by Nobu Matsuhisa. Vanderpump in Paris, Nobu and The Bedford by Martha Stewart are among the most anticipated restaurants in Vegas for 2022.

Rumors of the Domestic Dean’s plans in Vegas started swirling around last July, when Vital Vegas speculated she would team up with Snoop Dogg for the new venture. Snoop Dogg does not appear to be a part of the project.

Although this marks Stewart’s first foray into the world of full-service catering, she once owned Martha Stewart Cafe, a cafe and tea room at the foot of the West 26th Street office building which continues to house Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. The cafe closed in 2019.

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Republican amnesia aside, the US bailout continues to help the American people https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/republican-amnesia-aside-the-us-bailout-continues-to-help-the-american-people/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 19:29:48 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/republican-amnesia-aside-the-us-bailout-continues-to-help-the-american-people/ As the pandemic swept across the country, countless restaurants struggled to survive. To help keep these small businesses open and serve their communities, the American Rescue Plan’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund has distributed more than $ 28 billion to 101,000 restaurants. Finally, the US bailout provided $ 350 billion in aid to support state and local […]]]>

As the pandemic swept across the country, countless restaurants struggled to survive. To help keep these small businesses open and serve their communities, the American Rescue Plan’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund has distributed more than $ 28 billion to 101,000 restaurants.

Finally, the US bailout provided $ 350 billion in aid to support state and local governments. Consider the grim picture we were from just over a year ago. By December 2020, state and local government tax revenues had declined by hundreds of billions of dollars, and 1.3 million public servants, from police officers to teachers, had lost their jobs.

Thanks to the US bailout, we have averted this crisis and provided these governments with the resources necessary to face the pandemic and rebuild. In my own state of Vermont, we use these funds to build affordable housing and expand broadband access to our rural communities. In the country’s red and blue states, these funds support transportation infrastructure, new daycares, nursing homes, rural hospitals and food banks, among other worthy projects.

These are the same funds my fellow Republicans take for themselves now, but decried at the time as a “blue state bailout” and “partisan spending frenzy.” The last time I checked, supporting hospitals in rural communities was not a partisan issue, whether they were in Vermont or Texas. It is shameful how some elected officials can take these necessary resources with one hand while pointing fingers and throwing blame for political points with the other. This is partisan rhetoric about reality.

But what did the US bailout and the Biden program mean for the US economy?


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Trump backs Representative Mary Miller against Representative Rodney Davis despite calls from leaders not to get involved https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/trump-backs-representative-mary-miller-against-representative-rodney-davis-despite-calls-from-leaders-not-to-get-involved/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 20:55:00 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/trump-backs-representative-mary-miller-against-representative-rodney-davis-despite-calls-from-leaders-not-to-get-involved/ Shortly after Trump’s approval, Miller, who found herself without a seat after the state’s redistribution process, announced that she would run in the state’s newly designed 15th district, where the representative of the GOP Rodney Davis is running for re-election. “President Donald Trump inspired me to run in 2020 because our country needs principled conservatives […]]]>

Shortly after Trump’s approval, Miller, who found herself without a seat after the state’s redistribution process, announced that she would run in the state’s newly designed 15th district, where the representative of the GOP Rodney Davis is running for re-election.

“President Donald Trump inspired me to run in 2020 because our country needs principled conservatives in Congress who always put America first,” Miller said in a statement Saturday. “Today President Trump is supporting me because I am a conservative fighter who is not afraid to take on the DC swamp.”

Miller, a hard-line member of the House Freedom Caucus, recently caused a stir in the Republican conference for spreading misinformation about a vaccine registry bill and an annual defense policy bill for which many House Republicans voted for.

As CNN first reported last month, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene – another controversial fire brand who is close to Miller – had pressured Trump to back Miller, while the head of the Minority parliamentarian Kevin McCarthy had urged Trump not to get involved, worried it could make matters even more complicated for party leaders.

Davis, who is closely tied to the GOP leadership and is set to become president if Republicans topple the House, voted to certify the 2020 election results and supported a bipartisan commission to investigate the 6 insurgency. January, which Trump denounced.

But Davis, who was first elected in 2012, has also tried to bond closely with Trump at other times; he served as Trump’s campaign co-chair in Illinois and caucus for him in Iowa.

Trump has shown no qualms about getting involved in a race involving two incumbents, having previously endorsed GOP Representative Alex Mooney of West Virginia, who challenges Representative David McKinley, another State Republican, after regrouping their seats in a single district.


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Charlotte Church’s “plans to build an eco-retreat suffered a setback on the part of highway officials” https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/charlotte-churchs-plans-to-build-an-eco-retreat-suffered-a-setback-on-the-part-of-highway-officials/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 07:55:07 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/charlotte-churchs-plans-to-build-an-eco-retreat-suffered-a-setback-on-the-part-of-highway-officials/ Charlotte Church’s ‘dream of building an eco-friendly retreat in her £ 1.5million mansion faces a setback from road authorities’ – after she ‘spent her savings’ on the project The singer, 35, faces a battle with highway officials, who warn her plans could wreak havoc on quiet country roads A decision on the renovations will be […]]]>

Charlotte Church’s ‘dream of building an eco-friendly retreat in her £ 1.5million mansion faces a setback from road authorities’ – after she ‘spent her savings’ on the project

  • The singer, 35, faces a battle with highway officials, who warn her plans could wreak havoc on quiet country roads
  • A decision on the renovations will be submitted to the local authority’s planning committee in late January, with a statement sent on Charlotte’s behalf stating that she has “ambitions for the site to be carbon neutral”
  • Earlier this year, Charlotte revealed that she plans to convert the £ 1.5million mansion in Elan Valley into a wellness retreat, offering activities such as yoga, hiking and water swimming cold.
  • Charlotte will document the process on her new TV show, Charlotte’s Dream Build, which begins January 11, with the show helping to raise funds for the property.

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Charlotte Church was reportedly hit by a setback in her dream of building an ecological wellness retreat in Wales, after warning she had invested her savings in the project.

According to The temperature, the singer faces a battle with highway officials, who warn her plans could wreak havoc on quiet country roads, after planning to convert Rhydoldog House.

Charlotte had already spent £ 1.5million on the purchase of the 16th-century mansion in Elan Valley in hopes that she could turn it into a chic retreat, offering activities such as yoga, hiking and hiking. swimming in cold water.

Snag: Charlotte Church was reportedly hit by a setback in her dream of building an eco-wellness retreat in Wales, after warning she had invested her savings in the project

Her costs to renovate the property, where designer Laura Ashley previously lived, have reportedly swelled to £ 1.2million.

Now Charlotte faces objections from the Powys County Council Highway Department, which has warned that there is an “unacceptable risk” to drivers on the narrow track leading to the 47-acre estate.

A report submitted to the planning department would have said that “the actual movements of vehicles generated by this proposal would be considerably higher than the 22 per day quoted. [by the plans]’.

At odds: The singer faces a battle with highway officials, who warn her plans could cause chaos on quiet country roads, after planning to convert Rhydoldog House

At odds: The singer faces a battle with highway officials, who warn her plans could cause chaos on quiet country roads, after planning to convert Rhydoldog House

Concerns have also been expressed by environmental agency Natural Resources Wales, which fears that bass breeding grounds and the nearby River Wye may be damaged.

A decision on the renovations will be submitted to the local authority’s planning committee in late January, with a statement sent on Charlotte’s behalf stating that she has “ambitions for the site to be carbon neutral.”

MailOnline has reached out to representatives from Charlotte Church and Powys County Council for comment.

Charlotte will document the process on her new TV show, Charlotte’s Dream Build, which premieres January 11, with the show helping to raise funds for the property.

Rhydoldog Houses has seven bedrooms with stunning views over the surrounding countryside, and also has a 200 year old barn which will be converted into guest houses, as well as a large meeting room.

Expensive: Its costs to renovate the property, where designer Laura Ashley previously lived, reportedly swelled to £ 1.2million

Expensive: Its costs to renovate the property, where designer Laura Ashley previously lived, reportedly swelled to £ 1.2million

Charlotte previously confessed that she had ‘spent her savings’ on the project and that her parents had also given her £ 300,000 for the renovations.

In June, Charlotte revealed that applications were open to share her dream of a “non-hierarchical participatory democracy system” at home, which dates back to the 15th century.

Its goal is to build a “zero emission, off-grid” healing retreat center with spiritual healing practices such as sound ceremony and forest baths.

She said: “There are 47 acres of magical wonders in central Wales. We’re going to be building a little democratic community here for next year basically.

“We will be focusing on different wellness practices such as meditation and reconnecting with nature. Probably do some singing at dawn.

“Submit an application if you are interested in living in a community, doing things a little differently, and reconnecting with yourself, with the community and with nature. “

Lavish: Charlotte has already spent £ 1.5million on the purchase of the 16th-century mansion in Elan Valley in hopes she can turn it into a chic retreat

Lavish: Charlotte has already spent £ 1.5million on the purchase of the 16th-century mansion in Elan Valley in hopes she can turn it into a chic retreat

Charlotte has reportedly spent £ 1.5million on the estate which has seven bedrooms and a 200-year-old barn that will be converted into a large hall for gatherings and events.

The house currently derives 80 percent of its energy from an on-site hydro mill and there are plans to install solar panels to offset the remaining 20 percent.

Charlotte expects work to convert the property into a retreat to take 12 months – and aims to complete it around June 2022.

She said: “You will need to tell us about your skills, experience, values ​​and why you want to be a part of this project. No skills are worthless, so please state all skills when you apply. for a position. ‘

Lots of money: she previously confessed that she had

Lots of money: She previously confessed that she had ‘spent her savings’ on the project and also received £ 300,000 from her parents for renovations

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Covid cases in US reach high pandemic level as delta and omicron circulate https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/covid-cases-in-us-reach-high-pandemic-level-as-delta-and-omicron-circulate/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 15:59:55 +0000 https://chateau-de-villesavin-41.com/covid-cases-in-us-reach-high-pandemic-level-as-delta-and-omicron-circulate/ Covid cases in the United States have reached their highest pandemic level as two highly infectious variants circulate across the country and health officials urge Americans to get vaccinated and boost against the virus. Daily cases nationwide reached a record seven-day average of more than 265,000 as of Tuesday, according to data compiled by Johns […]]]>

Covid cases in the United States have reached their highest pandemic level as two highly infectious variants circulate across the country and health officials urge Americans to get vaccinated and boost against the virus.

Daily cases nationwide reached a record seven-day average of more than 265,000 as of Tuesday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, beating the previous record of around 252,000 average daily cases set on January 11, 2021.

The new pandemic peak comes as the delta and omicron variants spread simultaneously. The previously dominant delta variant had already led to an increase in the number of cases in the United States this fall before the emergence of the omicron, which is contributing to an almost vertical increase in the number of new daily cases.

About 75,000 Americans are hospitalized with Covid-19 and the country reports more than 1,500 deaths per day. Although both figures are on the rise, they are lower than the last daily record of cases set almost a year ago, before vaccinations against Covid were widely available. Hospitalizations topped 137,000 at this point, according to a seven-day average of Department of Health and Human Services data, and data from Hopkins shows the average number of deaths was over 3,200 per day.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 62% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated with two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Tuesday.

U.S. health officials have warned the risk remains highest for the unvaccinated and are pushing Americans to get a booster dose to better protect themselves against omicron.

“It contains over 50 mutations, and because of those mutations, just getting vaccinated with two doses may not be enough,” CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky told The News last week. with Shepard Smith ”from CNBC. “And so we really need people to be empowered to increase their protection, especially against serious illness and death with omicron.”

In the United States, omicron accounted for 59% of sequenced Covid cases while delta accounted for 41% last week, according to CDC estimates.

As the global scientific community continues to collect data on the new variant, which was first detected in southern Africa in late November, there has been some encouraging news. Real-world studies from South Africa and the UK suggest people infected with omicron develop milder disease than delta, and Pfizer and Moderna have each said a third dose of their Covid mRNA vaccines appears offer significant protection against omicron, although a two-shot regimen has been shown to be less effective against infection.

A milder disease with greater transmissibility could still wreak havoc in health systems if the absolute number of cases becomes high enough, experts say. Indeed, even if a smaller share of those infected end up going to hospital, that smaller share of very large numbers could be enough to strain hospitals and impact patient care. Covid and non-Covid.

“A higher spike can overwhelm the system for other people as well,” said Dr Bruce Y. Lee, professor of health policy and management at the City University of New York School of Public Health, explaining that more comprehensive hospitals would make it more difficult to treat those who have a heart attack or cancer or who have been in a car accident.

The White House will deploy 1,000 military medical personnel to support hospitals facing a wave of Covid-infected patients this winter, President Joe Biden announced last week. The government will also buy 500 million home tests that Americans can order online for free with delivery starting in January.

Americans struggle to get tested during peak holiday season, when many cruise through crowded airports to visit family. There is a shortage of home test kits, with national and independent pharmacies struggling to keep them in stock. Queues for on-site testing at clinics in cities like New York can last for hours.

In an interview with ABC News, Biden said he wished he had ordered the test kits two months ago.

A number of states report average daily case records. New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York State, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Virginia, Illinois, Maryland and Hawaii each hit record highs on Tuesday, according to a CNBC analysis of Hopkins data. Ohio is just below a record high, and Connecticut, Delaware and the District of Columbia all hit record highs in December before dropping back below their new highs.

Hospitalizations are increasing in almost all of these states. The seven-day average of 325 patients in hospital beds with Covid in DC is a 70% increase from the previous week, close to a record, while Hawaii, New Jersey, New York and Virginia each experienced weekly increases of 20% or more.

Anil Mangla, DC’s top epidemiologist, said that while the sources of outbreaks are similar to those throughout the pandemic – schools, restaurants and bars, event venues and people’s homes – the outbreak is much more high than expected. DC is reporting about 2,000 average daily cases, according to Hopkins data, about 10 times more than two weeks ago and more than any other state on a population-adjusted basis.

“It’s very obvious that omicron is here,” Mangla said. “Is there delta, absolutely. But due to the large spike, we’re definitely confident that omicron is here.”

Mangla highlighted the declining percentage of DC Covid cases that have been hospitalized, which is down to 2.6% from more than 5% earlier in the month, as a potentially encouraging sign that omicron is causing milder illness. However, DC infections have only increased in recent weeks.

Delta and omicron are detected in sequenced tests at Ohio State University, said Dr. Carlos Malvestutto, an infectious disease physician at the university’s Wexner Medical Center in Columbus. While most of the patients currently hospitalized there are likely to have delta, he said, omicron is now visible in the majority of new Covid test results.

Most hospital patients aren’t vaccinated, according to Malvestutto, a trend he also expects to see with omicron. And even if the variant causes milder illness, he still believes the state will exceed its high level of pandemic hospitalization set in December 2020, when more than 5,600 patients were hospitalized with Covid. That figure was nearly 5,200 on Tuesday.

“A lot of the data that we have looked at tells us that even though the virulence appears to be significantly lower, due to very high transmissibility, in terms of absolute numbers, it is likely to still lead to an increase in hospitalizations,” he said. he declared. noted. “If you are vaccinated and boosted then you are in much better shape.”

– CNBC Spencer kimball contributed reports.


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