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Angela Merkel warns EU to get ready for no deal ahead of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deadline

Angela Merkel warned the EU must get ready for UK trade negotiations to fail as Boris Johnson told ministers the UK should have “no fear” over a no deal Brexit if his October 15 deadline is missed on Thursday. The Prime Minister told his Cabinet he believed a deal could still be done by Thursday’s European Council summit in two days’ time but that was ruled out by Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator. Mr Johnson will speak to Ursula von der Leyen, the president of the European Commission, on Wednesday after being briefed on whether a free trade agreement is in sight by David Frost, his chief negotiator. Mrs Merkel said the EU wanted to secure the trade deal and appeared to urge other member states to compromise in a speech to a Brussels-based EU institution. “Unfortunately we have to prepare for the event there will be no agreement,” the German Chancellor said, “We also have to take into account the reality; an agreement has to be in the interests of both parties, in British interests as well as the interests of the 27 member European Union.” In Luxembourg, Mr Barnier told Europe Ministers that not enough progress had been made on fisheries, the level playing field or enforcement to get the deal done by the summit. He made it clear he expects negotiations to continue beyond Mr Johnson’s deadline until the end of the month. EU diplomats said that Mr Barnier had their’ “full support”. UK government sources claimed Michel Barnier was to blame if the deadline was missed. They accused him of being unable to marshall the 27 member states behind necessary compromises in sectors such as fishing, where

Cigar room, open concept kitchen and two-story foyer make this Louisville house pop

Dave and Debbie Weinstein moved around the country a dozen times throughout Dave’s 40-year automanufacturing career. “Eight of those times,” Dave said, “we bought a house. So, this is number nine.”

Police ask public to help identify man who they say kept woman from leaving locker room bathroom

Authorities asked the public Wednesday to help identify a man who they said prevented a woman from leaving a locker room bathroom at a clinic in Hillcrest over the summer.

The man is wanted on suspicion of false imprisonment in connection with the incident, which occurred about 11:15 a.m. Aug. 20 at UC San Diego Airway Research & Clinical Trials Center on Dickinson Street.

Authorities said the man pictured walked into a locker room at a Hillcrest clinic and kept a woman from leaving a restroom.

Authorities said the man pictured walked into a locker room at a Hillcrest clinic and kept a woman from leaving a restroom.

(San Diego County Crime Stoppers)

Authorities said the man blocked the 30-year-old woman’s path when she tried to walk out of the bathroom, asking her, “Do you want this?” while gesturing to his body. The man walked out of the bathroom but held onto the exterior door knob to keep the woman from locking the door.

The man walked into the bathroom and blocked the woman’s path four times before she successfully locked herself in the bathroom, authorities said. She waited until she heard a co-worker — the man had left — before walking out.

The man was described as White, 6 feet tall, thin, unshaven, with short, dark-colored hair and a gray patch near his right temple, a tribal tattoo around his right arm, and other tattoos on his left arm. He was wearing khaki shorts, a yellow safety vest and dark-colored tennis shoes.

Anyone with information about his identity or location was asked to contact the San Diego Police Department’s Western Division at (619) 692-4800 or the San Diego County Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (888) 580-8477 or via sdcrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers said a $1,000 reward is available for information that leads to an arrest.

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Devon mother is shocked to discover cattle staring at her through her living room window

A mother was left stunned when she awoke to find a cow staring into her living room window and another 50 trampling through her garden. 

Natasha Hooper, 39, was getting ready in her bathroom at her home in Sprayton, Devon, when her son Tyler Findlay, 13, told her, ‘there’s a cow looking through the window.’

At first she thought her son was just imagining things but was left gobsmacked to find the unwelcome guest had been joined by a whole herd.   

Footage shows the cattle making themselves at home in the garden and leaving a trail of destruction as they left manure all over the family’s lawn and driveway.

Natasha Hooper, 39, was left stunned when she awoke to find a cow staring into her living room window and another 50 trampling through her garden

Natasha Hooper, 39, was left stunned when she awoke to find a cow staring into her living room window and another 50 trampling through her garden

Mrs Hooper (pictured with her husband Christopher and daughter Izabelle-Rose) was getting ready in her bathroom at her home in Sprayton, Devon, when her son Tyler Findlay, 13, told her, 'there's a cow looking through the window'

Mrs Hooper (pictured with her husband Christopher and daughter Izabelle-Rose) was getting ready in her bathroom at her home in Sprayton, Devon, when her son Tyler Findlay, 13, told her, ‘there’s a cow looking through the window’

One nosy cow was even pictured ogling them through the living room window while others were queuing outside the property waiting to get in ‘as if it was a nightclub’.

Tyler and brother Mason Findlay, 12, were in fits of giggles watching the giant creatures take over their garden as Mrs Hooper’s husband Christopher tried to herd them out.

The adventurous cattle had escaped the farmer’s field after their morning milking, wandered up the road and surrounded the family’s home.

It took Mrs Hooper and her gardener almost five hours to clear up the cow mess, and she posted snaps of the cheeky cattle grazing to Facebook later that morning.

At first she thought her son was just imagining things but was left gobsmacked to find the unwelcome guest had been joined by a whole herd

At first she thought her son was just imagining things but was left gobsmacked to find the unwelcome

Mum transforms her tiny boring bathroom – and you won’t believe it’s the same room

A mum has revamped her tiny bathroom from boring to beautiful – and people can’t believe it’s the same room.

The upcycling-savvy mum posted the incredible transformation on her Instagram page @prettyprospetcottage – and got hundreds of comments from people who couldn’t believe the difference.

Before the revamp the bathroom was boring and bland with plain beige wall tiles, wooden floo and a cream bathroom suite.

The bathroom after

But after the mum got creative the old bath was ripped out and replaced with a classic freestanding model.

The main wall now has striking navy and gold starburst tile. the floor has funk hexagonal-patterned  linoleum and the walls are covered in slanted white tiles on one wall and tiles and navy paint on another.

Posting on her Instagram page, the mum admitted the bathroom has totally “bewitched” her.

The bathroom before

She said: “I absolutely love our bathroom, if only pups would give me enough space for a long soak in the tub.

“Once it was finished this room had me totally bewitched and everytime I walk passed I take a little moment and just stare at it as, let’s face it, there’s fat chance of me actually having time to soak in here with the growing list of things to do!”

The bathroom after

“The mum won praise for her chic design and for managing to make such a small space have a huge impact.

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