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MP get two Asian maidens confused on Twitter

Image copyright Twitter/ bbc Image caption Faiza Shaheen and Ash Sarkar A Conservative politician, Nadine Dorries, has apologised for mixing up two British Asian women who both work in politics. The MP for Mid Bedfordshire tweeted a video with Ash Sarkar in it – she’s a political correspondent at Novara Media. The tweet said Ms Sarkar “may be” the prospective …

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‘The head injury that became me commit a crime’

Image caption Byron Schofield with members of his support team A head injury is not merely left Byron Schofield physically and mentally scarred for life – it also gave him on the path towards prison. The hammer blows property, one after another, on the side of Byron Schofield’s president. It was an August evening in 2010, a month after his …

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Rise of the browses in a container

Image caption Stack Newcastle is a temporary nutrient and retail village More than a dozen nutrient, retail or power complexes made from carrying receptacles have opened across Britain within the past three years. The anatomies, from research by Radio 4’s You and Yours programme, demonstrate the growing popularity of so-called container parishes. Organisers say they provision a stepping stone for …

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Transgender Boxer Wins His First Fight Against Another Mortal

When boxer Patricio Manuel reached his foe Hugo Aguilar at a Saturday night match in Indio, California, he too was perforating his mode through societal barriers. The 33 -year-old Manuel’s win over Aguilar labelled the consummation of a six-year outing to become the first transgender male boxer in U.S. history. “I wouldn’t trade any of it. It was worth everything …

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Violent clanks at Boxing Day hunting

Image copyright Chris Tinsley/ Wales news service Image caption Some horses were startled by the sneering and cheering Violence have broken out at a traditional Boxing Day hunt between hunting partisans and protesters. The annual Tredegar Farmers’ Boxing Day Hunt was marred by crashes in Bassaleg, Newport, between some of the 200 or more parties watching the start. Onlookers, including …

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‘I partied all nighttime to secrete from my PTSD’

A study suggests that one in six ex-servicemen who left the British armed after serving in a fighting character in Iraq or Afghanistan would likely qualify for a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disease( PTSD ). In some, the symptoms simply sound years later. On Remembrance Day in 2015, Phillip Riding, had been out of members of the military for one …

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Murdered Jayden ‘not linked to gangs’

Image copyright Family handout Image caption Jayden Moodie had recently moved to London with his mum from Nottingham The family of London teenager Jayden Moodie say he had no links to mobs and was “murdered in cold blood”. Jayden Moodie, 14, was jabbed to death by intruders who knocked him off a pout in Leyton on Tuesday in what police …

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Dreads for more tsunamis after hundreds killed in Indonesia

( CNN) More dangerous tsunamis could impress the Indonesian coastline in the coming epoches, permissions caution, as the volcano which provoked the weekend’s devastating motion continues to erupt. In the wake of Saturday’s disaster, Indonesian President Joko Widodo ordered Indonesia’s Meteorology, Climatology and Geological Agency( BMKG) to obtain detectors which would add “early warnings to community.” Eyewitnesses described absconding for …

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Police suicides rising, organization says media vilification is’ producing cause of hopelessnes’

close New York and Chicago produced the two countries with at least five police suicides- but Chicago’s force is notably smaller. So, by the numbers, it’s considered the worst among police suicides, is in accordance with Blue H.E.L.P. Smith’s stepfather, Jeffrey Sacks, parent Smith from a very young age and said Smith was a family man who enjoyed boxing and …

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Genoa devotees ‘silent’ for 43 hours in honor of connection scapegoats

( CNN) Football stadiums are normally a cacophony of interference as competitive backers encourage on their respective teams. Supporters of the Italian organization had called for “a deafening stillnes of 43 minutes, one for every child, craftsman, student, father-god or mom who are no longer with us today.” For most of the first half against Serie A rival Empoli the …

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