Monday morning news briefing: Pressure on Donald Trump to go quietly

After playing Golf last night, Donald Trump offers a double thumb.

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Donald Trump's pressure to make elections grows

What's the next step for Donald Trump?

He is under intensified strain to award the U.S. President's race, after George W Bush thanked Joe Biden on his win.

The former president is the leading Republican to make a decision.

In the aftermath of the Trump Referendum, the First Lady Melania Trump is identified as a private appeal for contributions in order to battle legal challenges.

American publisher Ben Riley-Smith commented on a confused White House photo.

So, if Mr Trump declines to award the presidency.

Mr. Trump boasted that he was willing to stand in the center of Fifth Avenue before the election of 2016 and shoot somebody and people always voted for him.

Experts agree that the courts are not now too excusing.

Mr Trump faces a rash of proceedings and the possible possibility of incarceration after office.

In the meantime, Biden continues work to brush out some of the more divisive initiatives of Mr Trump, by using the resources of the Oval Office to erase the core planks from the platform of his predecessor.

Mr. Biden's Advisors, Kamala Harris' vice president, secretly indicated that he wanted to create a most varied Cabinet in US history.

However, Boris Johnson would threaten a split with Mr Biden, pushing a Brexit bill, which he said will jeopardize Northern Irish stability, the President-elect said.

Quarantine Hospital Call for Fear of 'Mink'

In order to avoid a mutated form of coronavirus from spreading to the UK, the UK hospitals have been directed to evacuate patients with a reported "mink virus."

After the "cluster 5" mutation-fearfully immune to the vaccine-detected in 12 individuals, the vets in Denmark began sacrificing 17 million mink and sapped from cattle.

Britain restricted entry of immigrants from Denmark who were non-resident and enforced restrictions on commerce, threatening the availability of pork and bacon.

Our special article is from Bill Gardner.

Absence of a Royal: Submission rejected by Prince Harry's Cenotaph

Royal brokers also denied Prince Harry 's order that a wreath be laid on his behalf at Cenotaph.

The Duke of Sussex decided to go back to the UK, but was not invited and had no official position.

On his visit to Los Angeles National Cemetery, he was followed by the Duchess.

Read the Cenotaph story by Joe Shute, where on Saturday, the Queen appeared like no other on a balcony.

See an amazing photo gallery.

On a look: more headlines for coronavirus

Flouters Ministers alert police that they are ready to raise reaction

Worldwide US crosses 10 m as world infections top 50 m

Leaker | No 10 'will offer ministers various wordings'

Suicide | Triple calls for support during 'social wellbeing'

Planet Norm Why are we locked if templates were so wrong?

Even in the news: various stories today

Members of the national trust have raged in the Board of Trustees of the foundation, accusing it of having "a witch search into the life of the former proprietors" and following a "wok agenda." The charitable organization's

It came as a group of 26 conservative MEPs told Telegra that, in anticipation of a popular debate on the future of confidence on Wednesday, "history must not be sanitized or updated."

First Nation Branson's Virgin Hyperloop air transportation

Spain Hundreds of African migrants arrive on the Canaries

I don't deplore the Palace's split, Fagan tells.

Check it out exclusively | 'Flat-footed star escape'

I Am one of the most acclaimed competitors Victoria Derbyshire

All over the world: Azerbaijan's fighting tips

After claiming to have taken over an important strategic town in the contested Nagorno-Karabakh region, Azerbaijan announced a victory in its war with Armenia.

The city was re-captured by Armenian troops who refused hard combat.

Look at the gallery now.

The triumph is greeted by the Baku people carrying the Azeri banner.

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Analysis and comment

The election of Biden reveals little concerning British politics Nick Timothy

US political deniers acting as Diehard Remainers Tom Harwood

Roger Bootle Time to listen to economists, ignore negative rates

Zoe Strimpel Covid founded a float business Peter Pan

Letters to editors Is the police going to break ceremonies on Armistice day?

Should you forget it: weekend highlights

United States election Biden to reverse Trump actions "immediately"

Biden is not a modern Left Day Charles Moore

'I was too intoxicated to be content' Michael Parkinson

Victoria Coren Mitchell The most amazing title is Schitt's Creek

Speakers | Readers on telephone: 'Mass scam'

You are not alone: you are locked

Joe Wicks to Melissa Hemsley How we get to Lockdown 2

Reasons to switch Winter conditioning fitness advantages-and accident prevention

Escape to the nation 40 villages, all of which check the boxes for our lives

Knowledge on company and capital

Air taxes 29 MPs and co-workers wrote to Rishi Sunak telling him to scrap passenger duties for a year-or to forfeit half the air routes that would otherwise be spared and 8 000 emplois. Air taxes

Your message to the Chancellor has already been made known to The Telegraph.

Practical Guide Buy-to-let How to strategize:

Investment tip Can you purchase if this airline is pandemic?

Alex cartoon See the new work by our cartoonist in financial world

Briefing on sport

Football A blistering assault by Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola on the Premier League has been launched criticizing the configuration schedule and the reluctance to accept five alternatives.

The critique is created by James Ducker.

Arsenal 0 Villa Aston 3 Watkins Ollie in incredible condition

Liverpool 1 Classy, high-tempo draw Manchester City 1.

Taking over Wrexham McElhenney and Reynolds describe the vision

Dinner of tonight

Chicken with wild mushrooms, potatoes , rice and willow butter Diana Henry's simple one-pot supper with soft, tasty rice and sweet pound.

Learn the recipe. Read the recipe.

And last but not least ...

for the downtime of this morning

As the telegraph begins a new podcast series Bed of Lies, a woman who has become entangled in a friendship with a married police spy tells about the effect on her life. My fiancé was an undercover detective.

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