We use cookies to enhance your visit to our site and to bring you advertisements that might interest you. Jeremy Corbyn will donate the money raised by supporters to buy him his “dream bike” to charity, he has said. This week Mr Corbyn was slated in some sections of the press after he recommended a ?475 aluminium-framed Raleigh Criterium when asked about bikes in an interview. The headline was later changed, but not before criticism from Mr Corbyn's supporters on social media. In a spirit of defiance, supporters raised nearly ?6,000 to buy Mr Corbyn the bike, chiefly to “annoy the right wing press”, according the project’s creator.
The Labour leader however told the Independent on Sunday that he would give all the money to charity and buy the bike himself for his 67th birthday, as a "treat". Mr Corbyn travels everywhere in his constituency on his old Raleigh bicycle, despite pleas from his staff to make more use of his official car and driver. He made the comments in a wide-ranging interview with the newspaper – in which he also indicated that Labour MPs could be offered a free vote on whether to keep the Trident nuclear weapons system. A source close to the leader had told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Jeremy is humbled by the fundraising".
As we previously reported, the meme is a screencap from “Coming to America,” where Arsenio Hall’s character refuses to call Muhammad Ali anything other than his birth name, Cassius Clay. Backlash ensued, causing the producer to post a series of tweets on Tuesday (June 2) explaining that he only shared the meme because he found it funny – not because he felt the same way as Arsenio’s character.

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MARIETTA, Ohio (January 31, 2016) — A retired police officer wants to purchase his longtime K9 partner so the two can stay together, but the town says he’s going to have bid for him.
A GoFundMe page was set up to help Hickey buy Ajax, and it has raised more than $41,000 as of Sunday. Russell Wilson's huge $87 million contract extension almost didn't happen this summer as the two sides worked right up to the training-camp deadline before reaching a deal. Wilson was a guest on "The Dan Patrick Show" on Thursday morning and was asked what he treated himself to after signing the new deal.
Wilson's tone made it sound as if he was still not 100% certain and that he may need to check with Rodgers. A third-round draft pick, Wilson has been one of the most underpaid players in the NFL over the past three years, but it is also not as if he hasn't made any money.
One of the reasons attributed to the protracted negotiations was Wilson's unusual decision to use a baseball agent in Rodgers, somebody Wilson has worked with since his days as a minor-league baseball player.

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You’ve heard the story before: the starving writer who works 80 hours a week and still can’t make ends meet. He wrote: that this “aluminium-framed Raleigh Criterium, like my own trusty red Raleigh, is light and therefore fast, but comfortable for longer rides”. From black celebrity news and gossip to the latest in the political world, health and international affairs, you can trust the EUR to provide you with the latest information and opinions on today’s biggest stories. Don’t miss a single day of important information from the leader of online urban news and entertainment. Marietta officials say they’ll only allow a police officer, active or retired, or a trainer of police dogs to bid on Ajax.
According to Wilson, the only thing he has bought is "new treats" for his two great danes, but he added that he thought his agent would finally let him buy a new house.
But if Wilson really wanted something high-end, it was probably smart to wait until he had the guaranteed money, $60 million of it, including a $30 million signing bonus. Updated with the hottest urban news, African American culture updates, black celebrity news, sports and more daily!

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