Tag Archives: UK news

How did one of the worst paedophiles in biography get by with his violations? | Robert Booth

The Long Read: For more than 40 years, William James Vahey medication and mistreated the thousands of pupils at international academies around the world. A Guardian investigation reveals that, despite numerous opportunities to stop him , nothing was done On 21 March 2014, a 64 -year-old teacher mentioned William James Vahey checked into a inexpensive … Read More

The’ giant-killing’ FA Cup is no longer such a football fairytale | Matthew Engel

Football desires a fairytale specially if it involves an underdog and the FA Cup. But the reality is rather murkier In an ever-changing game in an ever-changing world, there is something wonderfully reassuring about the FA Cup. Even its language has a quasi-liturgical immortality. Every year the football columnists tell us about the romance and … Read More

Stormzy’s Brits triumph verifies grime idol take over the world

Theresa May responded to his analysi, his devotees include Jeremy Corbyn and the C of E and he still induces a young black audience When Stormzy and make Fraser T Smith started work on the grunge ace‘s debut book, the pair would fantasise regarding the possibility of it acquiring Brit apportions. Last darknes at the … Read More

Hinkley Point: the’ horrendous deal’ behind the world’s most expensive power plant

The long speak: Structure Britains first new fast breeder reactor since 1995 will cost twice as much as the 2012 Olympics and by the time it is finished, nuclear power could be a stuff of the past. How could the government ten-strike such a bad deal? Hinkley Point, on the Somerset coast, is the biggest … Read More

How’ Sherlock of the library’ cracked the case of vehicles of Shakespeare’s identity

Literary detective Heather Wolfe is shown how her ardour for manuscripts facilitated unravel mystery of who the bard truly was Deep in the Folger Library, in Washington DC, Heather Wolfe says that examining Shakespeare makes an ideal preparation for the onset of Trumps America. You can see her stage: Shakespeare would have revelled in the … Read More

From the time Trump’s tweets disappeared to David Davis’s Brexit diary: satirists take on the news

Joe Lycett, Ayesha Hazarika, Grinne Maguire and Nish Kumar take a fresh look at the year as part of our slapstick special What happened that time Trump vanished from Twitter? Simply Joe Lycett knows On 3 November 2017, President Donald J Trump’s Twitter detail was taken down for 11 times. For those minutes, the world … Read More

Netflix surfaces 100 m customers as it draws worldwide gathering

US-based streaming service marks milestone with more than half of its 104 m purchasers signed up outside America The impressive change in the way “the worlds” watches TV has been underlined by new data from Netflix showing that more than 100 million people worldwide now subscribe to the streaming service. The company – which is … Read More

Lisa Jones, girlfriend of undercover policeman Mark Kennedy: aEUR~ I recollected I knew him better than anyoneaEUR( tm)

She thought they were a normal duo until she found a passport in a glovebox and then her world shattered. Now she is finally going compensation and a police justification for that surreal, state-sponsored cheat. But she still lies awake and amazes: did he ever really affection me? The most traumatising meter of Lisa Joness … Read More

British climber killed during Yosemite rock fall was on’ dream vacation’

Andrew Foster apparently schemed US trip with bride Lucy, who was injured in the accident, as part of their wedding anniversary celebrations A British climber humiliated to extinction in a rock autumn at Yosemite national park which left his wife seriously injured was an experienced climber and outdoor wanderer on a dreaming holiday. Andrew Foster, … Read More

Greenpeace activists employed gas disguise on Nelson’s column in pollution objection

Nelson effigy and 17 other bronzes around London given bespoke gas masks to highlight need for improved air quality Two Greenpeace activists have clambered Nelsons column in center London to fit a gas mask to the effigy as part of a city-wide complain over air pollution. Alison Garrigan and Luke Jones scaped its safety and … Read More

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