Палата представителей Конгресса США вынесла импичмент действующему президенту США Дональду Трампу, передает CNBC.
В резолюции об импичменте присутствует только одна статья обвинения — подстрекательство к мятежу.
За импичмент Трампу проголосовали 222 конгрессмена, против — 197 законодателей.
Теперь резолюцию должен рассмотреть Сенат. Для объявления импичмента Трампу за принятие резолюции должны проголосовать 67 из 100 сенаторов. При этом республиканцы еще не согласились отозвать Сенат с каникул до инаугурации избранного президента США Джо Байдена, которая пройдет 20 января.
НОВОСТИ ПО ТЕМЕ:
— WP сообщила об отказе республиканцев собирать Сенат для импичмента Трампа
— Лидер республиканцев в сенате не определился с позицией по импичмену Трампу
— Палата представителей начала финальное голосование по импичменту Трампу
Hector Bellerin says Mikel Arteta has been like a 'big brother' and admitted he tried to keep him out of trouble when he made his first-team breakthrough.
The two Spaniards both joined Arsenal in 2011, with Bellerin joining as a scholar from Barcelona while Arteta had made the move from Everton.
The right back, who Arteta has since made vice-captain, admitted that he was 'naughty' during his early days at Arsenal but was kept on the right path by his team-mate and current manager.
The defender speaks openly in a new documentary series - 'Unseen Journey' - which follows his recovery and comeback from an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
'I'd only been at Arsenal for a couple of years, Mikel was one of the captains in the dressing room, he was part of this Spanish speaking group that we had and he really did look after me.
'When I was young, I was a bit naughty, started getting money, I started meeting girls, started going out, all these things that everyone does at that age.
'But not everyone has the responsibility that I had at that time, starting to play for Arsenal first team.
'He was like a big brother, when I did something wrong, he looked at me and I was like: 'Oh, I shouldn't have done that.' Sometimes you need people to be honest with you.'
Bellerin also admitted he spent too much time going out and drinking while he was sidelined with the knee injury from January 2019 to the start of last year.
The defender credited one of Arsenal's conditioning coaches for getting him back on the right path before he returned to help the club win the FA Cup at the end of the 2019-2020 campaign.
'At a time when I wasn't competing, I wasn't me because I didn't have football, my life, I defaulted to those things - the going out, drinking, not taking care of myself as I should do.
'I remember one day, one of the conditioning coaches Barry, he's a good friend of mine, he said to me: "Hector, I know what you're doing, man. I know you tell me you go for a drink, only have one beer, but I know what you're doing. This is not the way you're going to get better."
'You don't always get that in football where there's such a difference between staff and the players. He was honest with me, opened my eyes and since that day, I was like: 'Hector, what the f*** are you going, get your s*** together.'
'There's loads of ups and downs in this process. It took him to tell me to be the best I could be, you can do all the exercises, all the stuff, the tablets, but it's also about the other 18 hours at the training ground.'
Brian May has admitted he 'hates' The Voice as he claims the programme 'doesn't work'.
The ITV programme, which is currently airing its tenth series, follows the franchise's blind auditions format, in which the judges initially evaluate the contestants' future on the show based on their vocal talent.
But the Queen's lead guitarist, 73, has insisted aspiring artists need the 'full package' in order to succeed in the industry.
According to The Mirror, the iconic rocker said during his virtual perfume launch last week: 'We make music and it is all about music but the packaging is vital as it is the first thing people see.
'With a performer you could say it is all about the voice but it is not just about the voice. It is about the whole body, the face and the soul.
'Which is why I really hate this programme called The Voice because it does not work. You cant just isolate a voice and think that is what it is all about.'
The current series is fronted by returning judges will.i.am, Olly Murs and Sir Tom Jones, as well as Anne-Marie, who has replaced Meghan Trainor.
Series nine saw Olly's artist, Zimbabwe-born singer Blessing Chitapa, scoop the winning title.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Brian and The Voice for further comment.
In the work department, Brian recently launched a perfume to aid the protection of badgers and other wildlife.
The record producer has collaborated with perfume creator Sergio Momo in order to deliver the new venture, which will be named Save Me after his band's single.
It has been a rough 12 months for the media personality who suffered a heart attack in 2020.
Before Christmas, the songwriter praised his wife Anita Dobson on their 20th wedding anniversary for saving his life.
The guitar player expressed his gratitude towards the former EastEnders actress, 71, and said he was 'grateful to be alive' after having a 'cluster of things go wrong.'
In May, Brian revealed he was recovering from a ripped muscle and trapped nerve as a result of a gardening injury, when he suffered a heart attack amid his recovery.
She has been been sharing sensational snaps as she documents her stay in Ibiza.
And Demi Rose was sure to set pulses soaring as she went braless in a bright pink ski jacket from PrettyLittleThing in sultry snaps she shared via Instagram on Wednesday.
The model, 25, put on a very busty display in the ensemble as she wore the coat unzipped to show a generous glimpse of her cleavage.
Demi added a chic flair to her ensemble by wearing a fluffy white headband to perfectly complement the winter season attire.
Her brunette locks were pulled into half-up twin pigtails, while she wore a light palette of make-up to accentuate her pretty features.
The model is currently spending lockdown in Es Vedra in Ibiza and has been posting positive mantras amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Demi recently shared: 'I woke up. I have clothes to wear. I have running water. I have food to eat. Life is good. I am thankful.'
The brunette recently opened up to MailOnline about how she shot to stardom at the age of 14 after being bullied in school.
The lingerie model recalled: 'I was bullied in school, I wanted to make friends outside of it so I ended up spending a lot of time online.
'I was even interested in virtual reality as a kid, I was always on the computer and then MySpace came around and I found my calling.'
The Instagram star experienced her first taste of fame when pictures of her on the beach as a young teenager went viral on the social media platform.
Demi added: 'I only ever got Instagram because someone made a fake profile of me on there with 3,000 followers and I was really envious.
'I was like, "wow, how can someone using my pictures get that much?" And then I started an account and it went from there.'
From the age of 18, the bombshell - who currently boasts more than 15.6m followers - signed with a modelling agency and her career went from strength to strength.