New Teaser for ‘The Crown’ Season 4 are stuff of which fairytales are made

Queen Elizabeth, Princess Diana, Margareth Thatcher, Prince William and Prince Harry. Check out the latest teaser for the fourth season of Netflix's 'The Crown.' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNKBtxR_j2Y As the 1970s are drawing to a close, Queen Elizabeth (Olivia Colman) and her family find themselves preoccupied with safeguarding the line of succession by securing an appropriate bride for …

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Singer-Actor Ronnie Liang Practices His Right to Vote

Singer-actor Ronnie Liang practiced his power to choose the right candidates he believed in from local to national, May 13, Angeles City, Pampanga. In his recent social media post, Ronnie visited Malabañas Elementary School to vote. He said, “I always participate. I believe that we have no right to complain if we didn’t participate. https://www.instagram.com/p/BxZmT0VlWWp/?igshid=1pj7s2ou7t58j

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Aiko Melendez Files Libel Charges Versus Zambales Vice Governor Angelica Magsaysay-Cheng

Kapamilya actress Aiko Melendez came at the Olongapo Office of the City Prosecutor around 11AM to file charges versus Zambales Vice Governor and her partner's opponent in the vice gubernatorial race Angelica Magsaysay-Cheng. Aiko arrived with boyfriend Jay Khonghun and their lawyer Carlo Alentajan. Check out Aiko Melendez's Instagram post: https://www.instagram.com/p/BxJxUYrjwQH/ Maraming Pagkakataon pinalampas ko …

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Proud Son, JV Ejercito Gets Support from Son Emilio During Campaign

Re-electionist JV Ejercito is all-out campaigning for the May 2019 elections. But he is not alone in his journey back at the senate. He is joined by his eldest, Emilio Jose Ejercito in his campaigns. Check out JV Ejercito's tweet last April 7, 2019: https://twitter.com/jvejercito/status/1114713918822211585?s=21 "Emilio campaigned for his dad during Sen. Win’s birthday celebration …

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Yeng Guiao Shares Plans for NLEX Road Warriors and Politics

Most people might know him as the Philippines' National Basketball Team head coach and other local basketball team. But Yeng Guiao also serves his hometown when he became a board member of Pampanga in 2001. But what is his priority and who really is Yeng Guiao? Know more about the 60-year old coach and his plans as …

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‘Toda One I Love’ to Put Humor & Romance in Politics

It's not new to parody or ridicule instances that involves politician for entertainment, it's a bit insensitive but in a way, it's a chance for some artists to express their frustrations in politics. GMA Public Affairs series are known for their controversial and entertaining contents. In time for the Senatorial elections, GMA Network and GMA …

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Samira Gutoc from Marawi More than Deserves a Seat at the Senate

It's difficult to be political nowadays, politics being seen as a negative thing, there isn't always a common ground for people to agree on. But what's important is that we have people who have the same vision, the same values and the same aspirations. It's something that would give us hope for our nation. We …

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Senatoriable Angelo de Alban Wants to Improve the Laws in the Philippines

"Ang gobyerno ay dapat para sa tao, not the other way around." Some may say he's a nuisance but controversial senatoriable Angelo Castro de Alban seems to know why he is entering politics: he wants to make our laws better, to be modified for the needs of the Filipinos today. Watch our video coverage of …

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