We are very excited for tonights Mary Portas: Secret Shopper episode which is showing Gate house Cars in Aylesbury. Edmonton retiree Mauro Bagnariol plans to use his $30-million winning Lotto Max ticket on helping family and giving to charity. EDMONTON—An Edmonton man did not tell his wife for several days that he held the winning Lotto Max ticket for $30 million.
Bagnariol says he was on his way home after visiting his mom when he checked his ticket for the Nov. Bagnariol, a retiree for about three years, says he’ll help his children with their mortgages and also give some to charity.
The Secret Race is a definitive look at the world of professional cycling—and the doping issue surrounding this sport and its most iconic rider, Lance Armstrong—by former Olympic gold medalist Tyler Hamilton and New York Times bestselling author Daniel Coyle.Over the course of two years, Coyle conducted more than two hundred hours of interviews with Hamilton and spoke candidly with numerous teammates, rivals, and friends.
The leader of the Catholic Church in Scotland has urged MPs to act on the repeal of the Act of Settlement. Cardinal Thomas Winning said the act, which prohibits Catholics from ascending to the throne or marrying the heirs to the crown, "shames our nation". Cardinal Winning was writing in the Sunday Herald after the Guardian newspaper called for the act to be abolished on the grounds it breaks the European Convention of Human Rights.


There has been widespread support in Scotland for the banning of the 1701 act, which also bars adopted children and people born to unmarried parents from becoming or marrying the monarch. He wrote: "It seems to me that in politics, as in life, where there's a will there's a way. Cardinal Winning said the act "contains words of bigotry directed against those of a 'Popish' persuasion which, if they were included in a TV programme, would force the schedulers to broadcast it after the watershed. The Scottish National Party's Mike Russell won the support of more than 66 MSPs when he proposed the motion to have the act repealed. Senior Labour MP Tony Wright, the chairman of the all-party constitutional affairs group, backed the move.
Conservative MSP, Lord James Douglas Hamilton, said it seemed "quite wrong" that the state should discriminate against an established religion. And former SNP leader Alex Salmond, also writing in the Sunday Herald, agreed that repeal was necessary.
He said there was no place for an act which he described as "an affront to any decent person". The result is an explosive book that takes us, for the first time, deep inside a shadowy, fascinating, and surreal world of unscrupulous doctors, anything-goes team directors, and athletes so relentlessly driven to succeed that they would do anything—and take any risk, physical, mental, or moral—to gain the edge they need to win.Tyler Hamilton was once one of the world’s best-liked and top-ranked cyclists—a fierce competitor renowned among his peers for his uncanny endurance and epic tolerance for pain.


In the 2003 Tour de France, he finished fourth despite breaking his collarbone in the early stages—and grinding eleven of his teeth down to the nerves along the way. Postal Service team in the 1990s and quickly rose to become Lance Armstrong’s most trusted lieutenant, and a member of his inner circle.
For the first three of Armstrong’s record seven Tour de France victories, Hamilton was by Armstrong’s side, clearing his way.
In the mid-1990s, the advent of a powerful new blood-boosting drug called EPO reshaped the world of cycling, and a relentless, win-at-any-cost ethos took root. Its psychological toll would drive many of the sport’s top performers to substance abuse, depression, even suicide. For the first time ever, Hamilton recounts his own battle with clinical depression, speaks frankly about the agonizing choices that go along with the decision to compete at a world-class level, and tells the story of his complicated relationship with Lance Armstrong.A journey into the heart of a never-before-seen world, The Secret Race is a riveting, courageous act of witness from a man who is as determined to reveal the hard truth about his sport as he once was to win the Tour de France.




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