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The only ones arrested after a child's rape: The women who helped her

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New York Times: Assault of 13yo girl in Venezuela forces national debate about abortion.

Debate on alleged forced labor in Chinese PV industry heats up in the Netherlands


Debate on alleged forced labor in Chinese PV industry heats up in the Netherlands
Three Dutch political parties have brought the forced labor issue to Parliament and have asked the Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Sigrid Kaad, to report on the matter. Members of the Dutch parliament from the center-right Christian democratic party (CDA), the Social-democratic party (PvdA), and the Green political parties (GroenLinks) have submitted a series of questions on the alleged use of forced labor in the Chinese solar industry to the Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, Sigrid Kaad. The request for a hearing on the matter follows the publication ...

Viral Tumblr Thread Explores The Moral Dilemmas Of Trying To Lead An Ethically Correct Life


Viral Tumblr Thread Explores The Moral Dilemmas Of Trying To Lead An Ethically Correct Life
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More and more, people are growing conscious of their consumer decisions, especially ones that have a moral aspect to them. We do mean refusing to buy things that have questionable origins or that have a story of abuse or animal rights infringement or the like attached to them.
And though refusing to support the evils of the world is an inherently good and responsible thing, the idea itself can become a serious burden—you can start questioning everything to such a degree that it will have an impact on your decision making. If not more.

There is a long shadow over David Cameron's career, writes former leader's biographer ANTHONY SELDON

ANTHONY SELDON: Cameron's propensity to be naïve was checked by the No 10 machine when he was PM. Outside, he has been operating in a no man's land with an apparent recklessness.

STEPHEN DAISLEY: Being dead for 700 years is no barrier to supporting the Alba Party

STEPHEN DAISLEY: Few things are more coveted at election time than a thumbs- up from stars and Alex Salmond has trumped everyone with the ultimate endorsement: Robert the Bruce.

Viral Tumblr Thread Explores The Moral Dilemmas Of Trying To Lead An Ethically Correct Life


Viral Tumblr Thread Explores The Moral Dilemmas Of Trying To Lead An Ethically Correct Life
BoredPanda staff
More and more, people are growing conscious of their consumer decisions, especially ones that have a moral aspect to them. We do mean refusing to buy things that have questionable origins or that have a story of abuse or animal rights infringement or the like attached to them.
And though refusing to support the evils of the world is an inherently good and responsible thing, the idea itself can become a serious burden—you can start questioning everything to such a degree that it will have an impact on your decision making. If not more.

Opposition bill to protect Rocky Mountains from coal mining allowed to proceed to legislature

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An Opposition bill that proposes Alberta’s Rocky Mountains be protected from open-pit coal mines can move forward for debate in the provincial legislature.
The committee that recommends which private members bills should go ahead has given unanimous consent to the bill sponsored by NDP Leader Rachel Notley.
In a rare show of unity, six members of the governing United Conservatives sided with four New Democrats in agreeing the bill should proceed.

HENRY DEEDES sees the Government feeling the heat over David Cameron lobbying scandal

HENRY DEEDES: Following Monday's Prince Philip-induced armistice, hostilities resumed in the Westminster trenches yesterday. At issue: The murky matter of David Cameron's lobbying.

US President Joe Biden about to burst Big Tech's bubble

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The global tax rules could change the internet.

IUST Innovators Have A Basket For Specially Abled People

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by Dr Rabia Noor SAAHI is a wearable band that picks up sounds of high intensity in its vicinity and gives vibrotactile (vibration) feedback to its user. Therefore, the band can serve as a warning signal against dangerous situations for a deaf person.

Removal of LGBTQ flags at Chesterton school rekindles decades-old debate

The recent removal of flags and posters in this classroom and others at the middle school resulted in a student walk-out and has stirred up fiery discussions on various social

HENRY DEEDES watches the Prime Minister's tribute to Prince Philip

HENRY DEEDES: An unusual atmosphere befell the Commons yesterday. There were no heckles, no cheers, no boisterous yah-boos. Instead, for one afternoon, MPs were simply united in respect.

JOHN HUMPHRYS hits out as universities say correct spelling and grammar 'elite'

JOHN HUMPHRYS: In simple English (if I may be so bold), the universities who have adopted these policies will no longer be doing what universities have done since the Middle Ages.

ROBERT HARDMAN: A fitting funeral ride for a prince of innovation


We still don’t know precisely what it will look like, but of one thing we can be quite certain: He will have hugely enjoyed making it.
Having spent most of his life breaking the royal mould, the Duke of Edinburgh will do so again one last time this Saturday when he goes to meet his Maker on the back of a Land Rover.
What’s more, this will be a Land Rover specially converted for funereal use, according to the duke’s very own instructions.
It will be a glorious parting gesture from a man who spent so much of his life encouraging innovation and good design.

CRAIG BROWN: The chimp who's a champion fashionista


When I was ten years old, my schoolfriends and I would whizz from one craze to another. One or two of these crazes — diabolo, yo-yos, conkers, roller-skates — are still with us. But many more have disappeared.
Whatever happened to the Gonk, for instance? The Gonk was a cylindrical doll covered in brightly coloured fur, rounded off with two little bulbous eyes.
It wasn’t long before Gonks gave way to younger, pushier, trendier rivals: Trolls, Wombles, Smurfs, Cabbage Patch Kids, My Little Ponies, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Tamagotchis.
For a short while, the Gonk lived on as a term of abuse directed at dim-wits, but even insults are subject to crazes, and this one soon died, just as the expression ‘dim-wit’ died.

Greenland Votes In Election Focused On Mining Debate

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Greenland votes in election focused on mining debate

Seoul mayor candidates collide over real estate issues in TV debate

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Seoul mayor candidates collide over real estate issues in TV debate
Apr 06, 2021, 09:30 am
Park Young-sun (L) of the ruling Democratic Party and Oh Se-hoon (R) of the main opposition People Power Party – candidates for the Seoul mayoralty – bump fists before a TV debate in Seoul on April 5, 2021, ahead of the April 7 by-election./ National Assembly Press Corps
AsiaToday reporter Kim Youn-ji
The ruling Democratic Party’s Park Young-sun and main opposition People Power Party’s Oh Se-hoon engaged in their final TV debate Monday ahead of the April 7 by-elections, where they clashed over Oh’s alleged land speculation and the Moon administration’s housing policies. Park criticized Oh, saying, “If a lying candidate becomes a mayor, we have nothing to teach blossoming children.” Oh criticized the Moon administration, asking Park, “The former administration raised home appraisal price by 14%, but the Moon administration raised by 72%. Is it appropriate?”

ANDREW PIERCE: David Lammy and a question of consistency


On Friday, the Shadow Justice Secretary went on the radio to discuss vaccine passports. 
We need to be ‘very careful’, he warned, and echoed the words of Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer — ‘this does not feel very British’.
Powerful stuff, with which many Labour and Tory voters alike will surely have agreed. 
But what a shame these arguments against vaccine passports are so similar to the concerns raised after Tony Blair proposed a controversial compulsory identity-card system in 2006.
On Friday, the Shadow Justice Secretary went on the radio to discuss vaccine passports
Lammy was a Labour MP back then, so presumably he was dead against this ‘un-British’ invasion of our civil liberties.

DOMINIC LAWSON: Keir Starmer's problem?


Yesterday Sir Keir Starmer chalked up a year since becoming leader of the Labour Party. It must seem longer to him — and not just because time appears to pass so slowly during the interminable lockdowns.
For he has struggled unavailingly with a party membership still madly missing Jeremy Corbyn — whose evident distaste for his own country's history aroused a reciprocal contempt in Labour's former heartlands in the North.
A recent strategy document Starmer commissioned, leaked to The Guardian, advised Labour to 'make use of the [Union] flag' in order to win back such support — which only provoked the former shadow cabinet minister Clive Lewis to complain of 'pandering to the nativist right'.

Mystery Machine: Retro caravan's colour sparks fierce debate

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Mystery Machine: Retro caravan's colour sparks fierce debate
5 Apr, 2021 03:36 AM
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"I said, 'oh that's a really nice white and blue caravan' and then my partner said, 'no it's pink and white'." Screenshot / RetroViscountReno, Tik Tok
"I said, 'oh that's a really nice white and blue caravan' and then my partner said, 'no it's pink and white'." Screenshot / RetroViscountReno, Tik Tok
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A retro caravan is going viral on social media after the colour of its two-tone exterior sparked vigorous debate.
Melbourne man Spencer Porter bought the 1970s Viscount caravan to renovate and take his family on holidays around Victoria.

RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: So much for getting out of jail... we are on parole and wearing ankle tags


Mass vaccination was supposed to be our get-out-of-jail-free card. We should be so lucky.
Despite the fact that Britain’s rapid inoculation programme has been a spectacular success, the Government is taking no chances.
The parole board is having second thoughts. We’re not so much getting out of jail free as being released on licence, wearing an electronic ankle tag.
We’re also going to have to check in regularly with our probation officers. Every single one of us is being urged to take two self-administered Covid tests every week.
Even a dodgy ‘false positive’ will put us straight back in the slammer. Tens of thousands will have to remain under house arrest until they can show they’re not carrying the virus.

HENRY DEEDES: Beaming in from Liberace's boudoir, came Boris Johnson's dread word - 'But...'


On skipped the Prime Minister, with that mild jauntiness of his that has happily returned in recent weeks, confirming our long winter imprisonment is finally coming to an end.
Ladies and gents, we are on the cusp of step two. Liberty awaits. Come next Monday, beer pumps will once again swill with the heartening gush of amber nectar; hairdressers – hurrah! – can resume inquiries as to where we’re going for our holidays (nowhere at the moment, guv).
Nail bars too will be free to cut customers’ cuticles and apply their shiny lacquer. Priti Patel will be pleased. Been a while since those claws had a good sharpenin’.

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Easter's greatest gift: the real hope that our ordeal is almost over


If we had known a year ago what Britain and the world were about to go through, it would have been hard to sustain any spirit of hope or renewal – the proper spirit of Easter. It is probably a good thing we did not know.
The British people have endured an astonishing ordeal with amazing patience and fortitude for far longer than their leaders ever imagined they would, in the cause of defeating the pandemic and returning to normal life. But nobody could have believed how long, and how cruel, the ordeal would eventually be. Now, as we mark the second Easter of the Covid crisis, there are good, hard reasons for hope – far more than there were in April 2020.

PROFESSOR ROBERT DINGWALL says we must resist the biosecurity state


Robert Dingwall is a professor of sociology at Nottingham Trent University and a member of several Government advisory groups
These are extraordinary times, and not just because we are coming through the greatest national trauma since the Second World War.
The vaccination programme is something close to a modern miracle. There is further good news in the startling success of the treatments we are pioneering for coronavirus patients. The UK is leading the world in these areas.
Yet, as the past week has shown, the nation is facing another threat – one which is both unprecedented and deeply troubling.
We are witnessing the birth of what you might call the ‘biosecurity state’, a new world in which politicians and the scientists who advise them decide that suppressing disease is more important than the human freedoms we take for granted.

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