Saturday, November 27

Day: October 9, 2016

Theresa May urged to enter in UK about 400 childrens from the jungle of Calais
ENGLISH, United Kingdom

Theresa May urged to enter in UK about 400 childrens from the jungle of Calais

    PM urged to let Jungle children into UK Religious leaders have called on Theresa May to allow nearly 400 children living in the Jungle migrant camp in Calais to enter the UK. In an open letter to the Prime Minister organised by the charity Citizens UK, senior figures from Christian, Muslim and Jewish faiths label the camp a "stain" on the consciences of Britain and France. The letter says the child migrants, the youngest of whom is eight, have fled conflict and persecution, are now stuck in Northern France, deeply traumatized and at great risk as well documented by the anti-slavery commissioner you yourself appointed while Home Secretary". It comes after French president Francois Hollande announced the camp would be bulldozed before Christmas, with its 9,000 inhabitants di...
Tapes Surface of Donald Trump’s Lewd Remarks About Women reveled
America, ENGLISH

Tapes Surface of Donald Trump’s Lewd Remarks About Women reveled

    Donald Trump agreed to let radio personality Howard Stern refer to his daughter Ivanka as a piece of a and made other lewd remarks about women in recordings uncovered by CNN's KFile from the GOP presidential nominee's various appearances on The Howard Stern Show" in the 1990s and 2000s. CNN published 18 clips today from Trump’s appearances on the radio show. The exchange about Ivanka’s attractiveness came during an appearance in 2004 in which Trump was asked by Stern, “Your daughter ... can I say this? A piece of a--?” “Yeah,” Trump responded, later adding that Stern would be “the last person I would introduce her [to].” In another recording from 2006, Trump noted that Ivanka's "always been voluptuous" after Stern asked whether she got breast implants. "She's tall, she's a...
Woman’s hijab was pulled off during racist attack in north London
ENGLISH, London

Woman’s hijab was pulled off during racist attack in north London

    The victim, aged in her 20s, was with another woman outside The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, when two men came up behind them last month. One of the men, described as a white man in his late 20s or early 30s, pulled down the woman’s headscarf, leaving her “shocked and distressed”. Both men then fled towards Pelham Road just after 7.30pm on September 28. The first man was believed to have had blond or ginger shaved hair and stubble. He was around 5ft 6 inches tall, wearing a burgundy hoody and carrying a Tesco carrier bag. The second man was described as being of Mediterranean appearace, aged in his late 20s or early 30s, and clean shaven with spiky hair. He was said to be wearing a grey hoody. Detective Constable Ben Cousin of Haringey Community Safe...
Bangladesh start batting after a big change
Bangladesh, ENGLISH

Bangladesh start batting after a big change

    England were rattled in the fifth over when Shakib Al Hasan knocked back Ben Duckett’s leg-stump. Duckett left for a six-ball duck to the delight of the home crowd. Mirpur crowd had something to cheer about early in England’s chase when Mashrafe Mortaza gave Bangladesh the first breakthrough in the 4th over. England lost their first wicket with 12 runs on the board when James Vince edged his drive to Mosaddek at point. The ball moved a touch off the seam and got the better of the English opener. England tour of Bangladesh, 2nd ODI England: 18/2 (7.0 overs) Bangladesh: 238/8 (50.0 overs) Earlier, the 8th wicket stand of 69 between Tigers skipper Mashrafe Mortaza and Nasir Hossain lifted Bangladesh to 238 for 8 in 50 overs. Mahmudullah was the highest run-getter for Banglade...
Brussels slams the door on UK companies
ENGLISH, Europe

Brussels slams the door on UK companies

    EU shuts the door on UK companies Britain’s biggest companies are being frozen out of crucial discussions in Brussels, sparking fears their international operations could face swift “policy punishment” over the decision by voters to leave the EU. Senior executives across the spectrum of industry sectors have told the Sunday Telegraph that they are now struggling to speak to EU officials, despite having operations and partnerships worth billions of euros on the continent. It came as the urgent need for more trade and diplomacy expertise in London is sparking broader fears about the clout British companies are able to draw on further afield. The Brussels representatives of some of the largest FTSE 100 companies are finding that calls go unreturned, discussion papers are not ...