(PARIS, France.) JUST IN: Protesters throughout France have shown up for rallies against a controversial draft law on public safety, under which filming a police officer on duty may result in a hefty fine. Critics say it fosters impunity for misconduct (RT NEWS PHOTOS, VIDEOS) #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.28: The protests were organized in many large French cities, including Paris, Marseilles, Lyon, Brest and Nice, with thousands participating despite Covid-19 concerns. The main event is happening in the Place de la République in the capital:

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The demonstrators are voicing their anger over a draft law on public security, which was approved by the lower chamber of the parliament this week: Article 24 of the bill bans filming of police officers on duty with an intention to harm them. Lawmakers who voted for the bill are among the officials who were shamed by the protesters:

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The reasoning behind the provision, which introduces a fine of €45,000 ($53,450) or even a one-year jail term, is that members of the force need to be protected from doxxing and online harassment: Critics say it curtails journalistic freedoms and would be used to intimidate people who want to expose police brutality and other forms of misconduct:

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The protests were organised by unions, but they have many supporters: The Yellow Vests movement, which was sparked by growing social and economic inequality and for months remained a major problem for President Emmanuel Macron, is among them:

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There is also a component of racism in why the proposed law sparked so much anger. Police abuse of people of color became more visible thanks to the spread of mobile phones with good cameras and social media:

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One such incident, which was filmed on CCTV rather than a personal device, went viral this week after the footage was leaked online: It showed French police beat and racially abuse a black man, apparently for not wearing a face mask: Police have also been slammed for their heavy-handed tactics in clearing a migrant camp in central Paris earlier this week:

#AceNewsDesk report ………………Published: Nov.28: 2020:

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(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) JUST IN: CHP Report: That at least 62 people have been arrested as police have forcibly removed homeless people from vacant state-owned homes in El Sereno officials said in a statement on Friday according to Pasadena Star-News #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.28: The conflict sparked Wednesday, when people took over several homes that had been bought by Caltrans over the years as it planned the now-defunct 710 Freeway expansion: More than 160 state-owned homes sit vacant along what was supposed to be the freeway’s corridor in El Sereno, Pasadena and South Pasadena, according to data obtained last year by the Pasadena Star-News.

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CHP says Caltrans requested its officers’ assistance after break-ins were reported at some of the El Sereno properties Wednesday: Ultimately, 21 people were arrested across Wednesday and Thursday on suspicion of trespassing and burglary: CHP says they were escorted off the property after refusing to leave “in order to allow the uninhabitable buildings to be re-secured and boarded up for public safety.”

Silver Phoenix, who went to El Sereno to support the occupiers, called CHP’s response inhumane: ” Rather than allow the community to take that effort into housing their own people, they violently removed and extracted all these families who are now wondering where they’re going to be sleeping tonight,” she said. “It’s cold: They have nowhere else to go. There’s literally someone in our friend’s car, wondering where to go.”The large CHP response was met with a mass of protesters, and 41 people were arrested Thursday evening for alleged unlawful assembly.

All those arrested were cited and released, CHP said: Members of Reclaim and Rebuild Our Community said in a video message to Gov. Gavin Newsom posted on YouTube on Wednesday that they had “peacefully moved into several state-owned empty houses.”……………..CHP responded en masse, with officers in at least 50 vehicles packing the neighborhood to begin forcibly removing people that night:

Roberto Flores, an organizer with the group, said the families involved are homeless and have been living in cars and encampments, and looking for somewhere to shelter in place during the pandemic:

On Thursday, only Ganil Hernandez and her family remained in one of the houses: ” We’re taking back this home because we need to shelter in place and because housing is a human right,” Hernandez said: Hernandez said she and her family have been unable to pay the $2,000 rent on their apartment after her partner lost his job. She said their landlord told them they will be evicted in December: ” We can not afford rent here in Los Angeles. We tried moving out of state but we couldn’t get a place there either. I’m doing what I can for my family,” she said:

Caltrans said it has been working with local governments to lease several of its available properties for use as temporary emergency shelters: It recently signed a lease with the city of Los Angeles’ Housing Authority so that 22 vacant Caltrans-owned homes in El Sereno can be used for the city’s transitional housing program: Those homes are now legally housing families who are a part of Reclaiming Our Homes, the activist group said:

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: Nov.28: 2020:

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(WORLDWIDE) #Coronavirus Report: Global cases as at 25/11/2020 rise and surpass 60-million with sadly over 1.4-million deaths as US reaches nearly with 13-million cases and sadly over 250,000 deaths according to Johns Hopkins University #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Nov.26: US COVID-19 Deaths Top 260,000 – Johns Hopkins University: WASHINGTON, November 25 (Sputnik) – The number of US deaths caused by the novel coronavirus disease #COVID19 has exceeded 260,000, John Hopkins University data revealed: The United States has confirmed more than 12.6 million cases of COVID-19 since the first infection was detected in late January, the data showed on Wednesday. The death toll now stands at 260,065, according to the data: It took the US a single week to add another 10,000 to its coronavirus death tally according to @Sputnik 25 November 2020 14:58:

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The UK government is providing 280 billion pounds ($373 billion) to help the country meet the epidemiological and economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Chancellor Rishi Sunak said: @Sputnik 25 November 2020 20:00

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(LONDON) GOVUK Press Release Statement Report: Chancellor Rishi Sunak Announces that Scotland will receive £2.4bn of new funding 2021/22 through the Barnett formula for devolved areas such as health & social c are, education and housing & in addition £8.2bn guaranteed to the Government in 2020/21, above the fund ing allocated at the Spring Budget earlier this year, in the face of the #coronavirus and its impact on the economy #AceFinanceDesk report

#AceFinanceReport – Nov.26: Chancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled a Spending Review for the whole of the UK as he laid out plans to help every corner of Scotland to build back better and fight #coronavirus: The Chancellor announced that Scotland will receive £2.4bn of new funding from the UK Government in 2021/22 through the Barnett formula for devolved areas such as health and social care, education and housing: This is double the £1.2bn new funding provided for 2020/21 at the 2019 Spending Round: It is also in addition to the £8.2bn guaranteed to the Scottish Government in 2020/21, above the funding allocated at the Spring Budget earlier this year, in the face of the coronavirus and its impact on the economy: Scotland will also receive a significant boost from more than £100bn of capital investment across the UK in 2021/22, improving connectivity and productivity:

GOVUK Chancellor Rishi Sunak Announces Spending review to deliver for Scotland

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces £2.4bn of new funding for Scotland for 2021/22

Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said:

This Spending Review will help people in every corner of Scotland.

It will provide billions of pounds to fight coronavirus, deliver the peoples’ priorities and drive the UK’s recovery.

The Treasury is, has been, and will always be the Treasury for the whole of the United Kingdom. And this is a Spending Review for the whole of the United Kingdom.

Speaking after the Chancellor delivered the UK Government’s Spending Review, Scottish Secretary Alister Jack said:

The UK Government’s Spending Review delivers for all parts of the UK at this challenging time. Never before has the strength of the Union, and the role of the UK Treasury, been more important.

The UK Government pledged to bring funding decisions back from Brussels, and our plans for a new UK Shared Prosperity Fund will deliver on this promise. Communities across the UK have been hit hard by Covid, so I welcome the Chancellor’s announcement today of £220 million in additional funding in the coming financial year. This will be delivered by the UK Government across the UK, working in partnership with local authorities and communities.

We made a commitment to maintain funding for our vital rural and coastal communities and are fulfilling that through £570 million to support farmers and our rural economy, and £14 million to support Scottish fisheries. Additional funding for broadband will help boost the economies of some of Scotland’s most remote communities.

Accelerating the Tay, Moray, Borderlands and Islands growth deals is great news. It will help support jobs and drive economic recovery across swathes of Scotland.

The new UK Infrastructure Bank will help support our post-covid economic recovery. A billion pounds for our net zero climate change target will ensure the UK remains a world leader in climate action, ahead of us bringing the world to Glasgow for COP26 next year. And the new counter-terrorism operations centre will help keep people in all parts of the UK safe from global threats.

The Scottish Government will receive an additional £2.4 billion in Barnett Consequentials. This is over and above the £8.2 billion they have already been allocated since March this year. This additional funding will help support jobs and public services in Scotland while we fight the pandemic.

The UK Government will continue to do all it can to support people in all parts of the United Kingdom.

The Chancellor used the Spending Review to reaffirm his commitment to growth across Scotland – announcing an £11m acceleration of City and Growth Deal funding over each year remaining in four Scotland Deals: Tay Cities, Borderlands (Scotland), Moray and the Scottish Islands will be funded over 10 years, rather than 15 years, releasing funding more quickly to enable projects to come online sooner: By bringing forward the investment, Tay Cities will receive an additional £6.3m each year, Borderlands (Scotland) an extra £2.1m, Moray an extra £1.1m and the Scottish Islands an additional £1.7m.

Projects announced today include the Gigabit and Shared Rural Network programmes for better mobile coverage: The Gigabit programme subsidises the rollout of gigabit-capable broadband in the most difficult to reach 20% of the UK, while the Shared Rural Network programme is a partnership with industry that will deliver high-quality 4G mobile coverage across 95% of the UK by 2025.

Investment in new green industries will support green growth clusters, offshore wind capacity, port infrastructure, Carbon Capture and Storage and low carbon hydrogen: The global underwater hub, funded by £1.3m announced at today’s Spending Review, will eventually comprise of physical presences in the existing underwater engineering cluster in North East Scotland: Separately, institutions and companies in Scotland will also be able to access a £14.6bn UK-wide research and development fund:

The Government today confirmed funding for the next stage of the Plan for Jobs – including £1.6bn for the landmark Kickstart scheme in 2021/22, which will see the creation of up to 250,000 government-subsidised jobs for young people: The apprenticeship hiring incentive that launched in August will also be extended to 31 March 2021, offering employers up to £2,000 for every new apprentice they hire.

‘ Investment from EU Structural Funds is increasing in each of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in 21-22 compared to this financial year ‘

‘ The Spending Review provides additional UK funding to help local areas prepare over 2021-22 for the introduction of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund: Further details will be published in the New Year ‘

The UK Government has delivered on its manifesto commitment to maintain funding by providing £570m to support farmers, land managers and the rural economy, and £14m to support fisheries in Scotland: The Government committed to boost local economies by establishing at least one Freeport in each of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, with locations to be jointly decided by the UK Government and the devolved administrations: And on the cultural front the Government announced £29.1m for Festival UK with projects expected across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The UK Government’s recent announcement of record spending on defence will also directly benefit Scotland as it finances the UK’s order of 8 Type 26 and 5 Type 31 frigates, which are currently being constructed on the Clyde, creating thousands of jobs:

At this Spending Review Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will benefit from UK-wide coronavirus support in health, including £15bn for Test and Trace with Barnett funding provided for England-only elements of the programme…..

#AceFinanceDesk report ……………..Published: Nov.26: 2020:

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(WORLDWIDE) #Care2Share ………Its not time to blame politicians or leaders for the present problems but for everyone to work together for the good of others …….🙏’s Friends, Followers and Readers Be safe Amen

Editor says …..As l read many blogs daily some are using their time and providing people of this world in may countries with information that could either save their lives or at least help someone to help another person.

But others readily tell us that governments knew that our health services were under-funded and under-staffed …OK I agree ….but blame does not allow us to gain.

If we work together to help those in our community the best way we can then maybe that will bring about the change we seek in our ❤️ And in so doing God by any name will be able to see we #Care2Share his love given by his sons crucification and help and guidance will come.

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(LONDON) GOVUK Press Release Statement Report: Chancellor Rishi Sunak Announces todays spending review for one year …..with emphasis on jobs & building back better including growing the economy #AceFinanceDesk report

#AceFinanceReport – Nov.25: Mr Speaker,………Today’s Spending Review delivers on the priorities of the British people: Our health emergency is not yet over: And our economic emergency has only just begun: So our immediate priority is to protect people’s lives and livelihoods: But today’s Spending Review also delivers stronger public services: Paying for new hospitals, better schools and safer streets: And it delivers a once-in-a-generation investment in infrastructure: Creating jobs, growing the economy, increasing pride in the places we call home:

GOVUK Spending Review 2020 speech by Rishi Sunak on jobs & economy

The Spending Review 2020 speech as delivered by Chancellor Rishi Sunak

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On Monday, the Prime Minister set out the action we need to take between now and the start of December to control the spread of coronavirus:

Mr Speaker,

Our immediate priority is to protect people’s lives and livelihoods.

So let me begin by updating the House on our response to coronavirus.

We’re prioritising jobs, businesses and public services.

The furlough scheme, support for the self-employed, loans, grants, tax cuts and deferrals as well as extra funding for schools, councils, the NHS, charities, culture and sport.

Today’s figures confirm that taken together:

This year, we are providing £280 billion to get our country through coronavirus.

Next year, to fund our programmes on testing, PPE, vaccines – we are allocating an initial £18 billion.

To protect the public services most affected by coronavirus, we are also providing:

£3 billion to support NHS recovery, allowing them to carry out up to a million checks, scans and operations.

Over £2 billion to keep our transport arteries open, subsidising rail networks.

Over £3 billion to local councils.

And an extra £250 million to help end rough sleeping.

And while much of our coronavirus response is UK-wide, the government is also providing £2.6 billion to support the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Taken together, next year, public services funding to tackle coronavirus will total £55 billion.

Mr Speaker,

Let me turn to the OBR’s economic forecasts.

And can I thank the new Chair, Richard Hughes, and his whole team, for their work.

The OBR forecast the economy will contract this year by 11.3%, the largest fall in output for more than 300 years.

As the restrictions are eased, they expect the economy to start recovering growing by 5.5% next year, 6.6% in 2022, then 2.3%, 1.7% and 1.8% in the following years.

Even with growth returning, our economic output is not expected to return to pre-crisis levels until the fourth quarter of 2022.

And the economic damage is likely to be lasting.

Long-term scarring means, in 2025, the economy will be around 3% smaller than expected in the March Budget. 

Mr Speaker,

The economic impact of coronavirus, and the action we’ve taken in response, means there has been a significant but necessary increase in our borrowing and debt.

The UK is forecast to borrow a total of £394 billion this year, equivalent to 19% of GDP.

The highest recorded level of borrowing in our peacetime history.

Borrowing falls to £164 billion next year, £105 billion in 2022-23, then remains at around £100 billion, 4% of GDP, for the remainder of the forecast.

Underlying debt – after removing the temporary effect of the Bank of England’s asset purchases – is forecast to be 91.9% of GDP this year.

And due to elevated borrowing levels, and a forecast persistent deficit, underlying debt is forecast to continue rising in every year, reaching 97.5% of GDP in 2025-26.

High as these costs are, the costs of inaction would have been far higher.

But this situation is clearly unsustainable over the medium term.

We could only act in the way we have because we came into this crisis with strong public finances.

And we have a responsibility, once the economy recovers, to return to a sustainable fiscal position.  Mr Speaker,

This is an economic emergency.

That’s why we have taken, and continue to take, extraordinary measures to protect people’s jobs and incomes.

And it is clear those measures are making a difference.

The OBR now state – as the Bank of England and the IMF already have – that our economic response has protected jobs, supported incomes and helped businesses stay afloat.

They’ve said today that business insolvencies have fallen, compared to last year.

And the latest data shows the UK’s unemployment rate is lower than Italy, France, Spain, Canada and the United States.

And we’re doing more to build on our Plan for Jobs.

I’m announcing today nearly £3 billion for My Right Honourable Friend the Work & Pensions Secretary to deliver a new, three-year Restart Programme to help over a million people who’ve been unemployed for over a year, find new work.

But I have always said: we cannot protect every job.

Despite the extraordinary support we’ve provided, the OBR expects unemployment to rise to a peak in the second quarter of next year, of 7.5% – 2.6 million people.

Unemployment is then forecast to fall in every year, reaching 4.4% by the end of 2024.

Mr Speaker,

Today’s statistics remind us of something else: coronavirus has deepened the disparity between public and private sector wages.

In the six months to September, private sector wages fell by nearly 1% compared to last year. Over the same period, public sector wages rose by nearly 4%.

And unlike workers in the private sector, who have lost jobs, been furloughed, seen wages cut, and hours reduced, the public sector has not.

In such a difficult context for the private sector – especially for those people working in sectors like retail, hospitality, and leisure I cannot justify a significant, across-the-board pay increase for all public sector workers.

Instead, we are targeting our resources at those who need it most.

To protect public sector jobs at this time of crisis, and ensure fairness between the public and private sectors, I am taking three steps today.

First, taking account of the pay review bodies advice, we will provide a pay rise to over a million Nurses, Doctors and others working in the NHS.

Second, to protect jobs, pay rises in the rest of the public sector will be paused next year.

But third, we will protect those on lower incomes.

The 2.1 million public sector workers who earn below the median wage of £24,000, will be guaranteed a pay rise of at least £250.

What this means, Mr Speaker, is that while the government is making the difficult decision to control public sector pay the majority of public sector workers will see their pay increase next year.

And we want to do more for the lowest paid.

We are accepting in full the recommendations of the Low Pay Commission to increase the National Living Wage by 2.2% to £8.91 an hour; to extend this rate to those aged 23 and over; and to increase the National Minimum Wage rates as well.

Taken together, these minimum wage increases will likely benefit around two million people.

A full-time worker on the National Living Wage will see their annual earnings increase by £345 next year.

And compared to 2016 when the policy was first introduced, that’s a pay rise of over £4,000.  Mr Speaker,

These are difficult and uncertain economic times – so it is right that our immediate priority is to protect people’s health and their jobs.

But we need to look beyond.

Today’s Spending Review delivers stronger public services – our second priority.

Before I turn to the details, let me thank the whole Treasury team, and especially My Right Honourable Friend the Chief Secretary for their dedication and hard work in preparing today’s Spending Review.

Next year, total departmental spending will be £540 billion.

Over this year and next, day-to-day departmental spending will rise, in real terms, by 3.8% – the fastest growth rate in 15 years.

In cash terms, day-to-day departmental budgets will increase next year by £14.8 billion.

And Mr Speaker, this is a Spending Review for the whole United Kingdom.

Through the Barnett formula, today’s decisions increase Scottish Government funding by £2.4 billion, Welsh Government funding by £1.3 billion, and £0.9 billion for the Northern Ireland Executive.

The whole of the United Kingdom will benefit from the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, and over time we will ramp up funding so that total domestic UK-wide funding will at least match EU receipts, on average reaching around £1.5 billion a year.

To help local areas prepare for the introduction of the UKSPF, next year we will provide funding for communities to pilot programmes and new approaches.

And we will accelerate four City and Growth Deals in Scotland, helping Tay Cities, Borderlands, Moray, and the Scottish Islands create jobs and prosperity in their areas.

Mr Speaker,

Our public spending plans deliver on the priorities of the British people.

Today’s Spending Review honours our historic, multi-year commitment to the NHS.

Next year, the core health budget will grow by £6.6 billion, allowing us to deliver 50,000 more nurses and 50 million more general practice appointments.

We’re increasing capital investment by £2.3 billion.

To invest in new technologies to improve patient and staff experience.

Replace ageing diagnostic machines like MRI and CT scanners.

And fund the biggest hospital building programme in a generation – building 40 new hospitals and upgrading 70 more.

We’re investing in social care, too.

Today’s settlement allows Local Authorities to increase their core spending power by 4.5%.

Local authorities will have extra flexibility for Council Tax and Adult Social Care precept which together with £300 million of new grant funding gives them access to an extra billions pounds to fund social care.

And this is on top of the extra billion pound social care grant we provided this year, which I can confirm will be maintained into next year.

To provide a better education for our children, we’re also getting on with our three-year investment plan for schools.

We’ll increase the schools’ budget next year by £2.2 billion, well on the way to delivering our commitment of an extra £7.1 billion by 2022-23.

Every pupil in the country will see a year-on-year funding increase of at least 2%.

And we’re funding the Prime Minister’s commitment to rebuild 500 schools over the next decade.

And we’re also committed to boosting skills.

With £291 million to pay for more young people to go into further education.

£1.5 billion to rebuild colleges.

£375 million to deliver the Prime Minister’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee.

And extend traineeships, sector-based work academies, and the national careers service.

As well as improving the way the apprenticeships system works for businesses.

And we’re also making our streets safer.

Next year, funding for the criminal justice system will increase by over a billion pounds.

We’re providing more than £400 million to recruit 6,000 new police officers – well on track to recruit 20,000.

And £4 billion over four years to provide 18,000 new prison places.

New hospitals, better schools, safer streets – the British people’s priorities are this government’s priorities.   Mr Speaker,

Today’s Spending Review strengthens the United Kingdom’s place in the world.

This country has always and will always be open and outward-looking, leading in solving the world’s toughest problems.

But during a domestic fiscal emergency, when we need to prioritise our limited resources on jobs and public services sticking rigidly to spending 0.7% of our national income on overseas aid, is difficult to justify to the British people especially when we’re seeing the highest peacetime levels of borrowing on record.

I have listened with great respect to those who have argued passionately to retain this target.

But at a time of unprecedented crisis government must make tough choices.

I want to reassure the House that we will continue to protect the world’s poorest:

Spending the equivalent of 0.5% of our national income on overseas aid in 2021, allocating £10 billion at this Spending Review.

And our intention is to return to 0.7% when the fiscal situation allows.

Based on the latest OECD data, the UK would remain the second highest aid donor in the G7.

Higher than France, Italy, Japan, Canada and the United States.

And 0.5% is also considerably more than the 29 countries on the OECD’s development assistance committee – who average just 0.38%.

And overseas aid is of course only one of the ways we play our role in the world.

The Prime Minister has announced over £24 billion investment in defence over the next four years, the biggest sustained increase in 30 years.

Allowing us to provide security not just for our country but around the world.

We’re investing more in our extensive diplomatic network, already one of the largest in the world.

And providing more funding for new trade deals.

We should, however, judge our standing in the world not just by the money we spend but by the causes we advance and the values we defend.

Mr Speaker,

If this Spending Review’s first priority was getting the country through coronavirus.

And its second was stronger public services.

Then our final priority is to deliver our record investment plans in infrastructure.

Capital spending next year will total £100 billion – £27 billion more in real terms than last year.

Our plans deliver the highest sustained level of public investment in more than 40 years.

Once-in-a-generation plans to deliver once-in-a-generation returns for our country.

To build housing, we’re introducing a £7.1 billion National Home Building Fund.

On top of our £12.2 billion Affordable Homes Programme.

We’ll deliver faster broadband for over 5 million premises across the UK.

Better mobile connectivity with 4G coverage across 95% of the country by 2025.

The biggest ever investment in new roads:

Upgraded railways, new cycle lanes and over 800 zero emission buses.

Our capital plans will invest in the greener future we promised.

Delivering the Prime Minister’s ten-point plan for climate change.

We’re making this country a scientific superpower.

With almost £15 billion of funding for research and development.

And we’re publishing today a comprehensive new National Infrastructure Strategy.

To help finance our plans, I can also announce we will establish a new UK infrastructure bank.

Headquartered in the north of England, the Bank will work with the private sector to finance major new investment projects across the UK – starting this spring.   Mr Speaker,

I have one further announcement to make:

For many people, the most powerful barometer of economic success is the change they see and the pride they feel in the places they call home.

People want to be able to look around their towns and villages and say, yes: our community – this place – is better off than it was five years ago.

For too long, our funding approach has been complex and ineffective.

And I want to change that.

Today I’m announcing a new Levelling Up Fund worth £4 billion.

Any local area will be able to bid directly to fund local projects.

The fund will be managed jointly between the Treasury, the Department for Transport and the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government – taking a new, holistic, place-based approach to the needs of local areas.

Projects must have real impact:

They must be delivered within this Parliament.

And they must command local support, including from their Member of Parliament.

This is about funding the infrastructure of everyday life:

A new bypass.

Upgraded railway stations.

Less traffic.

More libraries, museums, and galleries.

Better high streets and town centres.

This government is funding the things people want and places need.   Mr Speaker,

Today I have announced huge investment in jobs, public services and infrastructure.

And yet… I cannot deny numbers alone, can ring hollow.

They stand testament to our commitment to create a better nation, but on their own they are not enough to create one.

When asked what our vision for the future of this country is, we cannot point to a shopping list of announcements and feel the job is done.

So, as we invest billions in research and development, we’re also introducing a new immigration system ensuring the best and brightest from around the world come here to learn, innovate and create.

As we invest billions in the building of new homes, we’re also simplifying our planning system to ensure beautiful homes are built where they are needed most.

As we invest billions in the security of this country, we’re also defending free speech and democratic rule, proving our values are more than just words.

And as we invest billions in public services, we’re also protecting the wages of those on the lowest incomes and supporting jobs because good work remains the most rewarding and sustainable path to prosperity.

The spending review announced today sets us on a path to deal with the material matters of government and it is a clear statement of our priorities but encouraging the individual and community brilliance on which a thriving society depends, remains, as ever, a work unfinished.

We in government can set the direction, better schools, more homes, stronger defence, safer streets green energy, technological development, improved rail, enhanced roads all investments that will create jobs and give every person in this country the chance to meet their potential.

But it is the individual, the family, and the community that must become stronger, healthier and happier as a result.

This is the true measure of our success.

The spending announced today is secondary to the courage, wisdom, kindness and creativity it unleashes.

These are the incalculable but essential parts of our future, and they cannot be mandated or distributed by government.

These things must come from each of us, and be shared freely, because the future, this better country, is a common endeavour.

Today government has funded the priorities of the British people, and now the job of delivering them, begins.

Mr Speaker, I commend this statement to the House.

#AceFinanceDesk report………….Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(LONDON) GOVUK Press Release Statement Report: Chancellor Rishi Sunak today unveiled a ‘ Spending Re view ‘ for the whole of the UK as he laid out plans to help Wales to fight the coronavirus and build back better #AceFinanceDesk report

#AceFinanceReport – Nov.25: Rishi Sunak announced that Wales will receive £1.3bn of new funding from the UK Government in 2021/22 through the Barnett formula for devolved areas such as health and social care, education and housing. This is more than double the £600m provided for 2020/21 at the 2019 Spending Round: It is separate from the £5bn additional funding guaranteed to the Welsh Government in 2020/21, above the funding allocated at the Spring Budget earlier this year, in the face of the coronavirus and its impact on the economy: Wales will also receive a significant boost from more than £100bn of capital investment across the UK in 2021/22, improving connectivity and productivity for the whole of the UK:

GOVUK Chancellor Rishi Sunak Announces Spending Review to deliver jobs and infrastructure for Wales

Office of the Secretary of State for Wales

  • Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces £1.3bn of new funding for Wales for 2021/22. This is more than double the £600m new funding provided for 2020/21 at the 2019 Spending Round.
  • Rishi Sunak sets out how UK Government will provide billions of pounds to fight coronavirus, deliver the peoples’ priorities and drive the UK’s recovery.
  • Wales will also benefit from more than £100bn of capital investment across the UK in 2021/22 – creating jobs and growing the economy.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak said:

Today’s Spending Review underlines our commitment to the people of Wales as we look to the future.

It provides billions of pounds to fight coronavirus, deliver the peoples’ priorities and drive the UK’s recovery.

The Treasury is, has been, and will always be the Treasury for the whole of the United Kingdom. And this is a Spending Review for the whole United Kingdom.

Secretary of State for Wales Simon Hart said:

The Chancellor’s package of measures delivers for Wales as we plan our recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

As well as the extra £1.3bn block grant increase for the Welsh Government, Wales as a whole will benefit from the UK Government’s new £2.9bn Restart programme to help unemployed people find work, as well as a doubling of work coaches and the continued support schemes for jobs through the pandemic which have so far supported more than 500,000 livelihoods in Wales.

This is in addition to planned improvements to mobile and broadband connectivity and investment in green industries like carbon capture and offshore wind which have huge potential benefits for Wales. This continues to be an exceptionally challenging time for everyone in the UK but the Chancellor has today set out a fantastic economic package for Wales.

Projects announced today include the Gigabit and Shared Rural Network programmes for better mobile coverage: The Gigabit programme subsidises the rollout of gigabit-capable broadband in the most difficult to reach 20% of the country, while the Shared Rural Network programme is a partnership with industry that will deliver high-quality 4G mobile coverage across 95% of the UK by 2025:

Investment in new green industries will support green growth clusters, offshore wind capacity, port infrastructure, Carbon Capture and Storage and low carbon hydrogen: Separately, institutions and companies in Wales will also be able to access a £14.6bn UK-wide research and development fund.

The Chancellor also today announced that through the Shared Outcomes Fund Wales will host one of five pilots around drug enforcement and treatment which will tackle drug use through better join up of local law enforcement agencies, prisons and health and social care services: And Cardiff will host a separate pilot which aims to bring service providers together to work with offenders and their families in a community focussed way to address issues around intergenerational offending: Wales will benefit from a share of the 6,000 additional police officers that will be recruited in 2020-21 as part of the commitment to recruit 20,000 additional officers by 2023, which this SR commits £400 million to deliver: The allocation of additional officers to Welsh police forces will be confirmed in the police funding settlement for 2021-22:

‘ The Chancellor also unveiled plans to create and support hundreds of thousands of jobs across the UK through a new three-year £2.9 billion Restart programme to help one million unemployed people find work, alongside £1.4 billion of new funding to increase Job Centre Plus capacity ‘

And the Government confirmed funding for the next stage of the Plan for Jobs – including £1.6bn for the landmark Kickstart scheme in 2021/22, which will see the creation of up to 250,000 government-subsidised jobs for young people: The apprenticeship hiring incentive that launched in August will also be extended to 31 March 2021, offering employers up to £2,000 for every new apprentice they hire: There will also be a £375m package to support skills which includes £138m of new funding to deliver the Prime Minister’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee and £127m to continue the Plan for Jobs skills measures:

Investment from EU Structural Funds is increasing in each of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in 21-22 compared to this financial year: The Spending Review provides additional UK funding to help local areas prepare over 2021-22 for the introduction of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund:

‘ Further details will be published in the New Year ‘

The UK Government has also delivered on its manifesto commitment to maintain funding by providing £240m to support farmers, land managers and the rural economy, and £2m to support fisheries in Wales: The Government committed to boost local economies through at least one freeport in each of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, with locations to be decided in consultation with the devolved administrations:

‘ And on the cultural front the Government announced £29.1m for Festival UK with projects expected across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland ‘

At this Spending Review Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will benefit from UK-wide coronavirus support in health, including £15bn for Test and Trace with Barnett funding provided for England-only elements of the programme:

#AceFinanceDesk report …………….Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(JERUSALEM, Israel.) Border police shot dead a Palestinian driver who allegedly tried to ram his car into an officer on the outskirts of the capital after using fake documents, officers said on Wednesday according to RT News #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.25: The man, named locally as 37-year-old Nour Shakir Shuqeir from the Silwan area of East Jerusalem, sustained a gunshot wound to the stomach and was later pronounced dead in the city’s Hadassah Hospital at Mount Scopus: An Israeli policeman was also hospitalized with minor injuries following the incident, which reportedly took place at the Al-Zaim checkpoint in the Israeli-occupied West Bank territory, east of Jerusalem:

Footage posted to social media appears to show Israeli soldiers arriving at the scene of the incident.…..

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“Suspicion arose that the documents presented by the driver were not his and he was apparently trying to impersonate someone else,” a police spokesperson said.

FILE PHOTO: Missile fire is seen over Damascus, Syria, January 21, 2019

Syrian state media reports ‘Israeli aggression’ near Damascus & in southern Quneitra

“During the security check, the suspect started speeding, hitting a border policeman who was at the scene. Following this, the policeman and the security personnel fired at the vehicle.” 

A border police statement said that the suspect had been “neutralized.”

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(LOS ANGELES, Calif.) JUST IN: #SoCal Report: Edison could shut-off power to 76,000 customers on ‘ Thanksgiving ‘ due to high “ Santa Ana ‘ winds according to CBS #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Powerful Santa Ana winds could force Southern California Edison to shut off power to thousands of customers on Thanksgiving: Some of the cities which could be effected include Santa Clarita, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Sylmar, San Fernando, Azusa, Rancho Cucamonga and Banning.

FILE — Crews battle flames along The 241 Toll Road at Portola Parkway during the Silverado Fire in Irvine, Calif., on Oct. 26, 2020. (Jeff Gritchen/Orange County Register/Getty Images) SoCal Edison Could Shut Off Power To 76K Customers On Thanksgiving Due To Santa Ana Winds

The National Weather Service reports that winds of up to 60 miles per hour are possible Thursday and Friday in Los Angeles and Ventura counties, and across the Inland Empire: The conditions will create an increased risk for wildfires and could down trees and power lines, the NWS reports. A fire weather watch will be in effect from 2 p.m. Thursday to 10 p.m. Friday for much of the Southland

In response, SCE reports that it could be forced to implement precautionary public safety shutoffs to 76,491 customers, similar to shutoffs SCE did about a month ago……………..That includes more than 42,000 customers in San Bernardino County, nearly 16,000 customers in L.A. County and over 12,000 in Ventura County

Some of the cities which could be effected include Santa Clarita, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Sylmar, San Fernando, Azusa, Rancho Cucamonga and Banning.

The shutoffs could occur between 2 p.m. Thursday and 3 p.m. Friday. To see if your address is in the shutoff area, click here.

Beginning in August and lasting through October, there were several heat waves in California which sparked rolling blackouts for the first time since 2001, and helped contribute to the spread of a historic number of wildfires up and down the state which destroyed thousands of homes and forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate.

SCE notified California state regulators that its equipment may have been to blame for sparking the Silverado Fire, which broke out east of Irvine late last month, burning 13,400 acres and forcing more than 90,000 to evacuate their homes.

Also last month, Ventura County fire investigators reported that the Easy and Maria fires, which broke out in October of 2019, were both caused by electrical equipment failures. In the Easy Fire, SCE equipment was to blame, officials said.

In November of 2019, while the Easy and Maria fires were still burning, SCE reached a $360 million settlement admitting that its equipment was also responsible for starting the 2017 Thomas Fire and the 2018 Woolsey Fire.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: The week-long operation – codenamed Sceptre – ran from 9-15 November and saw police teams across the region targeting suspected knife crime offenders and searching for hidden weapons as are represented below #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.25: Officers conducted more than 100 stop and searches, seized weapons including machetes, Zombie knives and a sword, and arrested 55 people: Other tactics included sweeps of parks and open spaces – which yielded 20 weapons – plus metal-detecting operations at transport hubs: Notable arrests included two teenagers found with large combat knives in separate incidents in Birmingham city centre and Chelmsley Wood:

WM Police Report: Operation Sceptre Officers have made dozens of arrests and 17 weapons seized & 50-arrests in weeklong crime offensive …

We played our part in a national offensive on knife crime – making more than 50 arrests and seizing 17 knives.

23rd November 2020
The hunting knife we recovered - one of 17 knives seized during the weekThe hunting knife we recovered – one of 17 knives seized during the week

Officers on robbery patrols in Upper Dean Street (15 Nov) chased down a 16-year-old in the Arcadian car park after he ran from them: He was charged with possessing an offensive weapon, admitted the offence at Birmingham Magistrates Court on 17 Nov, and returned to a youth detention facility after it was found he was on licence for previous knife offences.

And the previous day another 16-year-old ran from officers during a stop and search in Blackcat Close, Solihull: A knife was found in his waistband and a large quantity of cannabis in dealer bags seized from a rucksack: He’s been bailed till a date next month to give officers more time to conduct enquiries: And in the early hours of 15 November officers stopped the driver of an Audi in Lawley Middleway on suspicion of drink driving.

WATCH: Here’s the moment we arrested the teenager and seized a hunting knife: https://youtu.be/hPqDHT1JqZI

A machete was recovered at the scene and a machete sheath found concealed inside the man’s trouser leg: A 29-year-old man was released under investigation and sent to a mental health unit for an assessment:

Our Superintendent Gareth Morris, said: “There was some really great work by officers across the patch, dangerous weapons taken off the streets and dozens of arrests.”

Anyone who suspects someone routinely carries a knife is urged to report their concerns to police: They can call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 – callers won’t be asked their name – or contact West Midlands Police on 101 or Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8am to midnight:

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(LONDON) Old Bailey Court Report: A man has been sentenced yesterday Tues.24: Nov: to 4yrs-in-prison with a further year on licence & subject to a 15 years notification requirement for a charge of making and or possession of explosives together with seven further charges of posssion of documents likely to be used by person or persons in an act of terrorism #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.25: Filip Golon Bednarczyk, 26 (28.01.94) of Luton, was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, 24 November, for one count of making or possession of explosive(s) under suspicious circumstances, contrary to Section 4 of the Explosive Substance Act 1983; and seven counts of possession of documents of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism, contrary to Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000: A further year will be served on licence: On release, he will be subject to a 15 years notification requirement:

Man jailed for 4yrs plus time on ‘ licence & notification ‘ for ‘ terrorism ‘ offences on Tuesday

Commander Richard Smith, head of the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command, said: “I am very pleased with this sentence. Thanks to the vigilance of Counter Terrorism officers, we detected Bednarczyk’s illegal and dangerous activity and brought him to justice. He now faces a substantial time in prison: “Every day the national counter terrorism police network is fighting terrorism. However, police also rely on information from the public and I urge everyone to remain vigilant and report anything suspicious at all to police whether they see it online or in the real world.”

Detectives from the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command arrested Bednarczyk at his home address on 11 December 2019 after they identified him as someone who bought suspect items from the internet. A search of his home address recovered instructional documentation for the production of gunpowder and C4 plastic explosive as well as a number of ingredients for making explosive devices. However, no terrorist-related activity, or imminent threat, was discovered:

Bednarczyk was subsequently charged with the eight indictments and remanded: He pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey on Wednesday, 6 May to the offences and was remanded in custody, ahead of sentencing:

Police are reminding people to remain vigilant and always report anything suspicious after a man was jailed for possession of ingredients for explosives and terrorism-related offences: You can report any suspicious behaviour or activity that you think could be terrorist-related, including online graphic or violent extremist material or content that supports, directs or glorifies terrorism via the Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) website or alternatively, call police in confidence on 0800 789 321.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(LONDON) MET & SW Police Report: A further arrest has been made of a man in South Wales this morning of yesterday Tues.24: Nov: as part of Operation Eternal part of the NCA Operation Venetic that came about through cracking encrypted data on EncroChat phones #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.25: Officers from the Met, with support from colleagues from South Wales Police, arrested a man in South Wales on the morning of Tuesday, 24 November: The arrest was part of Operation Eternal, the Met’s operation that feeds into the national Operation Venetic led by the National Crime Agency (NCA) to tackle crimes being committed on encrypted mobile phones: A 32-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs: The arrest took place on Wyverne Road in Cathays, at around 10:00hrs: He has since been further arrested for firearms offences and conspiracy to murder. He remains in police custody:

Met Officers & South Wales Officers have made a further arrest under ‘ EncroChat ‘ on Tuesday ….

Detective Chief Inspector Driss Hayoukane, from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command, said: “Our pursuit of criminals using encrypted devices to try and hide their illicit activities has not let up. We are still following investigative leads and arresting those we believe are breaking the law: “Working with colleagues across the United Kingdom, no criminal is beyond the reach of UK law enforcement.”

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(LONDON) MET Update Report: Homicide Detectives investgating the ‘ fatal stabbing ‘ of a man in Lambeth on Sun.22:Nov: 2020: have arrested a man on suspicion of murder yesterday Tues.24: Nov: and he i s held in custody #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.25: Police investigating the fatal stabbing of a man in Lambeth on Sunday, 22 November have named the victim: He has been identified as Terrell Davis, 27, who lived in Lambeth. His next of kin are aware: Mr Davis was found stabbed by members of the London Ambulance Service in Ramillies Close, SW2 at 17.59hrs: Officers attended, along with colleagues from the London Air Ambulance, but Mr Davis was pronounced dead at the scene: A 21-year-old man was arrested in south London yesterday, 24 November on suspicion of murder and remains in custody at a south London police station:

MET Update Report: Victim of fatal stabbing in Lambeth named and a man is arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of murder and being held in custody….

Detective Inspector Chris Wood, Specialist Crime (Homicide) is investigating. He said: “An arrest has been made and we continue to follow a number of leads following this tragic loss of a young life. Terrell’s family are distraught and we are providing them with support via specially trained officers as they begin to grieve for him: “We have spoken to a number of people in the local community about this terrible incident, but I believe there are others who have yet to come forward and tell us what they know: “The answer to what happened to Terrell lies somewhere in the community and there will be people with key information that could help us bring justice to Terrell’s family: “Police and communities must work together to combat violent crime. If you are concerned about telling us what you know, or would not usually interact with the police, I can assure you that anything you tell us would be in the strictest of confidence.”

BCU Commander for Southwark and Lambeth, Colin Wingrove, said: “This is a horrific incident and our thoughts are with the victim’s family, who have lost a loved one in such tragic circumstances: “Our Specialist Crime colleagues are investigating this terrible incident and locally we are providing every support: “I want to reassure local residents that there will be an increased policing presence in the area over the coming days: “We must work together to remove violent offenders and knives from the streets and in doing so make our communities safer”……………….“I would urge anyone who has information they would like to share to approach the officers in the area or call 101.”

Information can also be passed anonymously via Crimestoppers 0800 555 111. Any witnesses or those with information are asked to call 101 quoting CAD 5428/22Nov:

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Nov.25: 2020:

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(BIRMINGHAM) WM Police Report: Detectives investgating the case are appealing for information after a woman was grabbed from behind as she pushed a pram with her baby son in down Yarningdale Road in Coventry on Friday (20 November) around 23:00hrs #AceNewsDesk report

AceNewsReport – Nov.24: A small dark car had stopped beside them close to the junction with Weymouth Close and two men wearing balaclavas and their hoods up got out of the car and attempted to put the woman inside it. She screamed and they then left her and drove off towards St James Lane: It’s possible the vehicle involved was a black three door car. It happened at around 11.10pm: Detectives investigating the case are asking for anyone who saw any suspicious behaviour in the area or who may have CCTV or dashcam footage of the incident to come forward:

Appeal for information following attempted Coventry kidnapping

We are appealing for information after a woman was grabbed from behind as she pushed a pram with her baby son in down Yarningdale Road in Coventry on Friday (20 November).

24th November 2020:

Sergeant James Rees, from the force CID team, said: “We are keen to hear from anyone who saw the incident taking place or who may have seen men driving around wearing balaclavas: “The information you have may not seem like much, but it could really help with our investigation. This was really distressing for the woman and we need to work out exactly what happened.”

Enquiries continue and anyone with information is asked to contact us via live chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight, or call 101 anytime. Crimestoppers can be called anonymously on 0800 555 111. Please quote crime reference 20CV/286819Z/20:

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Nov.24: 2020:

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(MIAMI, Fla.) JUST IN: An arrest has been made into the murder of ‘ Miami Gardens ‘ librarian Jamie Hume nearly two years ago according to CBSlocal #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.24: An arrest has been made in a nearly two-year-old murder case in Miami Gardens. On the morning of December 10, 2018, Jamie Humet was found shot to death in his car outside of a credit union at Northwest 2nd Avenue and 207th Street. His family believes Humet stopped at an ATM at the Dade County Federal Credit Union the night before to withdraw money. “My brother had four $10 bills in his pocket that they did not even take,” said Humet’s Nick said at the time of the murder. “They shot him almost point blank.”

Arrest Made In Murder Of Miami Gardens Librarian Jamie Humet Nearly Two Years Ago

Surveillance video provided by Miami Gardens police shows a newer model white KIA Optima. The shooting suspect can be seen running towards the getaway car wearing a black hoodie. Humet, 47, had been a librarian with Miami-Dade County for 21 years. On Monday, November 23rd, police arrested 19-year-old Shaun Fortune in Humet’s death. He’s been charged with second-degree murder and attempted armed robbery:

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: Nov.24: 2020:

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(GRT MANCHESTER) GM Police Report: Officers have released CCTV (images below) in connection with a ‘ sexual assault ‘ on Sun.01:Nov: in Rochdale around 21:00hrs: Can you help ? #AceNewDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.24: Officers have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a sexual assault in Rochdale: Police were called shortly before 9.30pm on Sunday 1 November 2020 to a report of a girl being sexually assaulted by a man as she made her way on foot towards Mainway after getting off a bus: An investigation is underway and no arrests have been made at this time:

GM Police officers release a ‘ CCTV Image & Appeal ‘ for ‘ Publics Help & any Witnesses ‘ following a ‘ sexual assault ‘ in Rochdale on Nov.01: 2020:

Detective Constable Fran Pearson of GMP’s Rochdale district, said: “This was a horrific ordeal for the victim and specialist officers continue to support her through this incredibly difficult time: “Our investigation remains ongoing and we have released these CCTV images of a man we would like to speak to in connection with the assault. Do you recognise him? Were you in the area at the time of the assault and witness anything suspicious?……………….”We are urging anyone with information, no matter how small, to come forward and assist police in our enquiries.”

Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 4668 quoting incident number 2986 of 01/11/20: Alternatively, details can be passed on anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111:

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Published: Nov.24: 2020:

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(SYRIA) JUST IN: Two bomb blasts killed at least seven people and wounded scores on Tuesday in areas of northwest Syria near the Turkish border, witnesses and police sources said: Five people were killed and 20 wounded, some critically, in a blast that exploded at a road junction on the outskirts of the city of al Bab, north of Aleppo province, they said #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.24: Two blasts kill seven in Syrian rebel-held northwest near Turkish border: A few hours later, at least two civilians was killed and 17 wounded in a car blast in the city of Afrin, a mainly Kurdish area which Turkish forces and their Syrian allies took from the Kurdish YPG militia in 2018: Videos posted on social media showed footage of mangled cars and extensive damage to an industrial area with fires burning: Reuters could not immediately vouch for their authenticity: Civil defence officials said the death toll was expected to rise:

#Syria Report: At least seven people have been killed & dozens wounded in two bomb blasts on Tuesday & at least five people killed and a further 20-wounded some critically in another bomb blast close to Aleppo Reuters.Com/

Reuters Wire News, [Nov 24, 2020 at 17:16] https://t.me/reuters_news_agency/48822

The two cities, which Turkey administers with the help of Syrian Arab rebels it backs, have in the last year been frequently hit by bombings detonated in crowded civilian areas: Turkey and its rebel allies accuse the YPG of carrying out the blasts that have killed dozens in the mainly Arab populated towns near the border under their control, saying their goal is to make them ungovernable and sow fear among civilians: There was no immediate comment from the YPG, which has denied previous accusations of attacks on civilians. It says it only targets Turkish soldiers and their allies in a guerrilla campaign to drive out “occupiers”………….The YPG says Ankara wants to drive out Kurds and settle Arabs:

Turkey regards the YPG as a terrorist group tied to the PKK inside its own borders, and has staged incursions into Syria in support of Syrian rebels to push it from the Turkish frontier: Ankara now retains a large military presence in the area deploying thousands of troops in the last rebel enclave:

#AceNewsDesk report ……………….Published: Nov.24: 2020: 17:11:57

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(ZURICH, Switzerland.) JUST IN: Two women have been injured in a ‘ stabbing attack ‘ in a department store in the city of Lugano according to police RT News #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.24: Two women have been injured in a stabbing attack inside a department store in the Swiss city of Lugano, according to police: A female suspect has been arrested, and officers have reportedly not ruled out terrorism: The attack occurred around 2pm local time, when a 28-year-old Swiss woman, who lives in the area, grabbed the first victim by the neck with her bare hands before turning on a second woman and slashing her with a knife, police said:

Local media reports say that investigators have not ruled out terrorism as a motive for the attack:

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The suspect was apprehended by other people inside the store before being arrested: Police said that one of the victims sustained serious, but not life-threatening, injuries in the attack, while the second sustained minor injuries:

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: Nov.24: 2020:

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(TEXAS, Ariz.) #Coronavirus Report: National Guard troops have been deployed to El Paso, to help with morgue operations as the city and county grapple with a #COVID19 surge according to Division of Emergency Management said in a statement #AceHealthDesk report

#AceHealthReport – Nov.24: Texas National Guard Deployed to Help El Paso With Morgue Overflow: The Texas Division of Emergency Management said in a statement that “after completing an assessment of the situation on the ground in El Paso County this week, the state has mobilized a team of 36 Texas National Guard personnel to provide mortuary affairs support beginning at 0900 tomorrow,” CBS’ El Paso affiliate reported Friday:

#Coronavirus Report: National Guard troops deployed to El Paso to help with ‘ morgue operations ‘ as surge of #COVID19 cases surge according to a statement …CBS.Com/

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The city’s mayor, Dee Margo, said on Twitter Friday that a “rapid increase in cases and hospitalizations” has brought on a “spike in deaths.” The Texas Military will now provide “the critical personnel” to carry out the city’s “fatality management plan.” El Paso city and county have secured a “central morgue location to further support the Medical Examiner’s Office, funeral homes and mortuaries with additional capacity,” he said:

#AceHealthDesk report ……………..Published: Nov.24: 2020:

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(HOUSTON, Tx.) ICE/ERO Air Operations Report: MS-13 Gang Member and subject of an ‘ Interpol Red Not ice ‘ wanted in El Salvador for membership in a terrorist organization and unlawfully present in U.S . has been deported on Friday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.24: Officers with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) in Houston, Texas: On Nov. 20, Erick Giovanni Portillo-Ayala, a 24-year-old documented MS-13 gang member and subject of an Interpol Red Notice, was flown on a charter flight coordinated by ICE Air Operations from Alexandria, La., to the El Salvador International Airport in San Salvador, El Salvador. Upon arrival, he was turned over to Salvadoran authorities:

ICE/ERO Report: Removal of unlawfully present Salvadoran national wanted for membership in terrorist organisation

ICE removes unlawfully present Salvadoran national wanted for membership in terrorist organization

Portillo-Ayala entered the U.S. illegally on April 6, 2014, and was taken into U.S. Border Patrol custody the same day near Sarita, Texas. On April 9, 2014, he was transferred into ICE custody at the Port Isabel Service Processing Center in Los Fresnos, Texas:

Portillo-Ayala was released from ICE custody on June 3, 2014: After posting a bond set by an Immigration Judge (IJ) with the Executive Office for Immigration Review.

On Oct. 16, 2018: An IJ ordered Portillo-Ayala removed from the United States to El Salvador, in absentia, after he failed to attend his immigration hearting:

On Nov. 5, 2020: ERO Houston arrested Portillo-Ayala in Houston, Texas, and on Nov. 20 he was removed to El Salvador:

ICE is focused on removing public safety threats, such as convicted criminal aliens and gang members, as well as individuals who have violated our nation’s immigration laws: In FY 2019, ERO Houston removed 5,497 known or suspected gang members and more than 12,620 aliens with criminal convictions:

Members of the public who have information about foreign fugitives are urged to contact ICE: By calling the ICE Tip Line at 1 (866) 347-2423 or internationally at 001-1802-872-6199. They can also file a tip online by completing ICE’s online tip form.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: Nov.24: 2020:

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