She widens her eyes and wobbles her head as the camera looks directly at her.The video has now gone viral, prompting an outpouring of astonishment and confusion on Twitter.Students at the University of Manchester have painted over the famous Rudyard Kipling (inset) poem 'If' because he stands for the 'opposite of liberation, empowerment and human rights'.The famous poem can be clearly seen on the wall (pictured far left), before a student (pictured centre) begins to paint over it and add a new poem called 'Still I Rise' by Maya Angelou.In today's prices, it is believed to be worth around 3billion (£102billion).The cost of filling up a typical family car with 55 litres of unleaded rose by £6.98 to £70.40 between June last year and June this year.He says he warned Putin in private on election meddling: 'We're not going to have it, and that's the way it's going to be.' President Donald Trump questioned the Untied States' responsibility to the security of its NATO allies again after a private meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin, despite saying days prior that he was 'totally committed' to the organization now that's increasing its defense spending.
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Fatima Abid, the general secretary of Manchester's SU (inset) tweeted: 'Today, as a team we removed an imperialist's work from the walls of our union and replaced them with the words of Maya Angelou- God knows black and brown voices have been written out of history enough, and it's time we try to reverse that, at the very least in our union.' Sir Cliff Richard (pictured today being interviewed) has revealed the devastating impact of his four-year legal battle with the BBC after it finally came to an end today, saying he 'won't go anywhere near children' again.
The popstar said the harrowing toll of the case on his day-to-day life means he will 'never completely recover' from the ordeal and he no longer comes into contact with other people's children for fear of the repercussions.