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Carter Page denies FBI claims he was Russian agent

Carter Page denies FBI claims he was Russian agent

World
One of Donald Trump's ex-foreign policy aides says allegations that he worked with the Russian government during the 2016 US election are "misleading".The FBI believed Carter Page was "collaborating and conspiring with the Russian government" at that time.His alleged relationships with Russian intelligence officials are highlighted in court applications which led to him being put under surveillance.Mr Trump said it appeared that his campaign was illegally spied on.But he provided no evidence to support the claim.The newly released surveillance applications were granted and renewed by several different judges sitting in a court authorised by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (Fisa).The court, which has the power to authori...
Remember Page 3 girl Lucy Pinder? You won’t believe what she looks like now

Remember Page 3 girl Lucy Pinder? You won’t believe what she looks like now

Entertainment
Lucy Pinder first came to prominence back in 2003 at the tender age of 19 when she was discovered by a photographer on a Bournemouth beach.Following being scouted Lucy, graced the pages of a number of publications including FHM, Nuts and Loaded, as well as appearing on Page 3.She also placed on FHM’s list of “100 Sexiest Women in the World,” placing #92 (2007), #35 (2006), #16 (2005).Lucy also had a number of TV credits to her name – appearing on Soccer AM as a celebrity socerette in 2005 where she rocked a Southampton FC jersey, she also put her trivia knowledge to the test on a celebrity edition of The Weakest Link. GETTY EYE-POPPING: Lucy Pinder unleashes assets in sexy throwback ...
49ers, Garoppolo on same page from the start

49ers, Garoppolo on same page from the start

Sports
The parties involved in completing Jimmy Garoppolo's record five-year, $ 137.5 million contract with the San Francisco 49ers stressed that it was mutual interest that enabled them to get the deal done so quickly. "It's a lot easier when you have the same motivation," general manager John Lynch said at Friday's press conference to formally announce the deal. "He wants to be here. We want him here. Let's get it done. Why wait?" Garoppolo, who was 5-0 in the games he started for the 49ers this past season, said he knew he wanted to remain with the 49ers and wanted to get things settled. "I wanted to get the deal done as quickly as possible," he said. "Having the same common goal really helped, and knowing I really wanted to be here. "From the first day I got here I got the acceptance of the p...
Lucy Pinder relives Page 3 glory days letting enormous assets out to play

Lucy Pinder relives Page 3 glory days letting enormous assets out to play

Entertainment
The glamour girl has once again stripped down to her smalls for one of her raciest calendars ever, sporting a number of eye-watering outfits.Snaps from the Lucy Pinder 2018 Calendar see the starlet teasing her enormous assets in an array of plunging outfits.In one stand-out image, the brunette beauty relaxed on a rug inside a retro-inspired home, scantily clad, of course.The 34-year-old's bra strap hung from her shoulder, teasing the impending risk of a wardrobe malfunction.Lipstick SyndicationLUCY PINDER: The starlet sizzles in her 2018 calendarLucy Pinder  Page 3 babe Lucy Pinder strips off for sexy photo shoot.Frank White / matrixstudios.co.u Lucy Pinder sports major cleavage in sexy lingerie INSTAGRAM/ LUCY PINDERBOMBSHELL: Lucy rose to fame as a Glamour...
Facebook grilled on Britain First page by MPs

Facebook grilled on Britain First page by MPs

Technology
Facebook has said it is reviewing the future of Britain First's profile page, following the removal of its leaders' pages from Twitter.The social network said it was "very cautious" about removing political speech.The details emerged as the Home Affairs Committee grilled Facebook, Google and Twitter on what they were doing to combat hate speech.MPs said the firms had made progress but were still not doing enough.Google promised an annual transparency report on the issue. Facebook and Twitter said they were looking at a similar course of action but did not commit to it.On Britain First, a far-right group, Facebook's director of public policy Simon Milner said it was reviewing its future."Clearly there are issues with the pages but we are very cautious about political speech," he told MPs.He...