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Day: April 20, 2019

What’s in store for Meghan and Harry after royal baby
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What’s in store for Meghan and Harry after royal baby

    Like any parents-to-be, Prince Harry and Meghan are busy preparing for their life-changing new arrival. And while the royal couple won’t exactly have the money worries some face with their first baby, they’ll still have many of the same hopes and fears as any new mum and dad. So, with Baby Sussex expected to arrive in a matter of days, royal sources say they are now busy concentrating on practicing birthing techniques and preparing themselves for some sleepless nights ahead. Those sleepless nights will be taking place in Frogmore Cottage, newly renovated for a reported £3million, in the grounds of Windsor Castle where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were married last year. Since they announced their happy news to the world last October during their royal tour of Au...
UK porn block won’t stop teens accessing X rated content
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UK porn block won’t stop teens accessing X rated content

    The UK's porn regulator has admitted that under-18's will be able to get around the government's forthcoming age-verification measures. The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), which has been tasked with policing pornography websites, acknowledged that virtual private networks (VPNs) will allow users to evade the checks. VPNs work by routing the web user's connection through a foreign server, making it seem as if they are accessing the site from another country. Age-verification is not a silver bullet, the BBFC said in a statement on its website . Some determined teenagers will find ways to access pornography. However, children will no longer stumble across pornography on commercial pornographic websites. Research carried out on behalf of the NSPCC and Of...
Two arrests in Lyra McKee murder
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Two arrests in Lyra McKee murder

    Two men have been arrested following the brutal murder of Belfast journalist Lyra McKee in Derry on Thursday night. The men, aged 18 and 19 were arrested last night by the PSNI under The Terrorism Act in connection to the murder of Ms McKee. PSNI officers said the men have been taken to the Musgrave Serious Crime Suite. The freelance journalist 29, was tragically shot dead during a night of rioting in Creggan. She was rushed to hospital in a police Land Rover but was later pronounced dead. The PSNI released a statement on Friday morning condemning the terrorist incident, and confirmed a murder investigation was launched. Assistant Chief Constable for District Policing Mark Hamilton described the night of carnage and appealed for no further violence over the Easte...