The Crown star Claire Foy could allegedly sue Netflix bosses for the controversial pay gap with her co-star Matt Smith. News surfaced that Claire, 33, - playing Queen Elizabeth - is being paid less than Matt, 35 - starring as Prince Philip - on the show - with producers Suzanne Mackie and Andy Harries making the shocking revelation on Tuesday. Now, legal experts have revealed to the Daily Express that she is in a position to sue bosses at the streaming service if her contract is in the correct state. He starred in the popular BBC series from to They didn't explain why Foy continued to earn less than Smith in the second season, after she eclipsed his fame with her award-winning performance. Annabel Kaye, director of employment law specialists Irenicon, told the Express: 'She would definitely have the chance.
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The Airbus threat of legal action on Thursday came amid reports that Germany has been spying and eavesdropping on its closest partners in the European Union and passing the information to the Americans for more than a decade. The snooping was also said to extend to big defence and aviation companies in Europe , including Airbus, but none of them were German or American under the terms of the alleged spy pact between the BND and the American National Security Agency NSA going back to Amid persistent frictions between the US and German governments because of the Edward Snowden revelations two years ago of US and British surveillance activities in Europe, the fresh disclosures are embarrassing for Berlin which stands accused of hypocrisy in its protests about America spying on its allies. Since then, both sides have been embroiled in arguments about data privacy, with much talk among officials and diplomats of a collapse of German trust in the Americans. He is said to have been told of the spying activities in Under an agreement in it was handed over to the Germans in since when much of the information gleaned was routinely passed to the Americans.
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By Joanna Crawley For Mailonline. And the professional dancer strutted into the spotlight on Sunday night's results, wowing viewers of the BBC show by dancing in heels. During week four's opening number, the South African dancer and choreographer, 32, donned heeled boots and leather trousers as he strutted down a red carpet for the showbiz-inspired number.
This is partly by design. Epstein and his lawyers have worked for years to keep his victims out of the press. Estimates of the total number of girls allegedly abused by Epstein varies, with accounts ranging from a few dozen to over However, it seems likely that the total number of victims is much higher. Investigations into Epstein began in , after the parents of a year-old girl told Palm Beach police that Epstein had molested their daughter at his home.