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  1. This move is part of wider judicial reforms. Most alarming, is the news about a pilot scheme that will allow just one judge, with no jury at all, to decide whether someone is guilty of rape or only attempted rape. Nothing undemocratic to worry about here then. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-65397235 'Not proven verdict to be scrapped in Scottish courts.' 'A new specialist sexual offences court will be created and a pilot project will see rape and attempted rape cases being held without a jury, with a single judge deciding whether or not the accused is guilty.'
  2. https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1760885/young-couple-found-dead-devon 'Young couple found dead at home in ‘very rare but coincidental’ case that baffled police.'
  3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11980909/Dragons-Den-star-Rachel-Elnaugh-ordered-demolish-anti-vaxxers-sanctuary-Peak-District.html 'Dragons' Den star Rachel Elnaugh is ordered to demolish £1million anti-vaxxers sanctuary in the Peak District built for 'shamanic rituals' and as a 'safe haven away from the threat of humanity'.'
  4. This is positive news, but how long could it take to go through the motions? Years, probably. Sadly, I am guessing that 'corporate manslaughter' equates to none of the guilty ever eating any porridge. A long while back, there was some idiot on here bragging that they had written an article debunking our assertions. Probably died when gardening by now. . For now, in the countries where it is occurring, mass immigration is running alongside depopulation. No reason why it shouldn't do.
  5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-65266256 'Million-year-old viruses help fight cancer, say scientists.' 'The team wants to harness the discovery to design vaccines that can boost cancer treatment, or even prevent it.'
  6. The Stuttgart tournament starts a month after she last played. I will be interested to see whether she does play and how she performs. It must have been some coughing fit. Probably her body trying to expel something that couldn't be expelled. https://tennis-infinity.com/wta/swiatek-hints-comeback-from-injury-in-stuttgart 'Swiatek Hints Comeback From Injury In Stuttgart.'
  7. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/winter-sports/65178445 'Katie Ormerod: Snowboarder aims to put nightmare season and bone infection behind her.'
  8. He died suddenly, but the BBC article just says that he died. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hampshire-65242356 'Tributes paid to AFC Portchester's captain Mason Peddle.'
  9. Musk risks a row with the BBC, eh? See how he fights for us.
  10. It's almost like you can hear some little cogs going round in Jurgen's pea-sized brain. However, when you've been one of those heavily promoting the shit juice, albeit innocently, then the bar to self-realisation must be a lot higher, than it would be for your average Joe. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/65215883 'Liverpool v Arsenal: Gunners boss Mikel Arteta expects atmosphere like a jungle.' The Reds are 29 points behind leaders Arsenal having lost nine times in 28 matches. They have not lost more league games in any of Klopp's six full seasons in charge. "It is one of these moments where it is really not good," Klopp said. "You get in this whirlwind and it sucks you in that direction and all of a sudden it's like 'Wow, where are we?'. But I am not a worse manager than last year, definitely not. It doesn't mean the outcome is good enough, not at all. But I'm not worse. And the players are not worse players. They've just played worse. That's definitely the case." (Why?)
  11. I would love to see the official stats relating to the vaccination status of all Premier League squads. How many vaccines has each player had, if any, from what manufacturer and when. I certainly wasn't suggesting that a vaccine-hammered Liverpool squad solely accounts for the 30 points or so gap between them and Arsenal, but there is no doubt in my mind that it has cost Liverpool points. If enough players are not performing 100% physically, which the vaccines clearly do affect, then it's a given. P.S. It seems that at least some of the Liverpool squad did manage to achieve the quadruple last season.
  12. If someone walked out of a vaccination centre, had a cardiac arrest and expired 100 metres down the road, then I reckon that they would still try and pass it off as unsuspicious. Even if it happened to 333 people in one day. They would probably say that the vaccine gave them an extra 50 metres or some tripe like that. RIP. P.S. If he 'died peacefully', then it must be ok. All sudden, unexpected deaths of those in their 30's, 40's and 50's, which are subsequently deemed 'peaceful', should not be questioned.
  13. https://www.sussexexpress.co.uk/news/people/watch-six-us-air-force-chinook-helicopters-fly-over-sussex-4094259 'Watch six US Air Force Chinook helicopters fly over Sussex.'
  14. Are Liverpool the most vaccinated squad in the Premier League? Never the vaccine... https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/59702363 (18th December 2021.) 'Premier League and government urge footballers to get Covid-19 vaccine.' 'Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes getting a vaccination should be mandatory "from a moral point of view" and revealed "99%" of his squad have had both jabs.' Premier League table today. (5th April 2023.) 1. Arsenal - 72 points. 2. Manchester City - 64 points. 3. Newcastle United - 50 points. 4. Tottenham Hotspur - 50 points. 5. Manchester United 50 points. 6. Brighton & Hove Albion - 46 points. 7. Aston Villa - 44 points. 8. Liverpool - 43 points. 9. Brentford - 43 points.
  15. Yet again, we will have 'NHS Teams' going round the care homes first. I would like to see some undercover footage, about how they operate. I wouldn't be at all surprised to see some subtle bullying being directed at the so-called 'refuseniks'.
  16. More of the 'died unexpectedly, but peacefully' spiel. How can anyone know? Did he tell his partner 'I am now going to die unexpectedly, but I feel peaceful'? Seriously. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-65108130 'Paul O'Grady: TV presenter and comedian dies aged 67.'
  17. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/madeleine-mccann-missing-investigation-b2308497.html 'Madeleine McCann police apply for another cash boost as £13m already spent.' Peter Bleksley, a former Met detective, said: “I understand the frustrations of families that have missing children who do not have the luxury of such ongoing funding.” (More like they never had any funding.)
  18. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-65067264 'Have we found the 'animal origin' of Covid?' "We have to get beyond the politics and back to the pure science," said Prof Holmes. He added: "Humans get viruses from wildlife - it's been true throughout our entire evolutionary history. The best thing we can do is separate ourselves from this wildlife and have better surveillance. "Because this will happen again." (Nature is bad.)
  19. https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/tennis/iga-swiatek-injury-miami-open-b2305987.html 'Miami Open: Defending champion Iga Swiatek pulls out with injury.' The Pole confirmed that she will take a break, meaning she is also set to miss the upcoming Billie Jean King Cup in April. She said: “You know that in and after Doha I was struggling with a strong infection. I was allowed to play, but a strong episode of tough cough led to a rib injury." “I’m grateful this is the first health issue in a long time and I was able to compete in perfect shape for so long, but that’s sports, it happens sometimes, without our control."
  20. The 'Coronavirus' link has now been removed from the BBC News home page. And no, it has not been demoted and now located under 'More'. The 'Brexit' link is gone as well. The image I have copied and pasted below isn't exactly recent, but both of the links I have referred to were there a few days ago. The updated list of links is below the image. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news Home Cost of Living War in Ukraine Climate UK World Business Politics Culture More
  21. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-65018434 'EU gives Ukraine €2bn of ammunition after shell plea.'
  22. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/germany-charlotte-vellar-death-football-29505235 'Talented young footballer dies aged 16 as heartbroken club pay moving tribute.'
  23. Good. Every child should have the right to know both a mother and a father. It can't possibly not be the best way to raise a child. I fully support the notion of any two human beings being able to enter in to a civil partnership. Personally, I don't support gay marriage, in a christian church, but I do get confused by what I see as pointless arguments. Anyone for it, not just gay folks themselves, can go and form a new church, can't they. End of. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-64967517 'Italy leaves children of same-sex parents in limbo.' Riccardo Magi, an opposition MP in favour of the Europe-wide certificate, complained: "The world goes one way, the [Italian] government goes the other." (Maybe Italy is now going the right way again?)
  24. He doesn't look very well to me. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-64993603 'YouTube reinstates Donald Trump's channel.'
  25. Maybe Putin will do a George Galloway, by personally storming off to the U.S. in outrage, so as to clear his name.
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