Boris Johnson needs all the help he can get from the Royal Family this time. Downing Street has made the Union the priority. The reason that the Brexit negotiations are stuck firmly on fish is that the Scots (to whom the industry is worth about £600m a year) must see the benefits of leaving the EU. … [Read more...] about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s £112m Netflix deal ‘could include a documentary on Princess Diana’ – but Royal sources warn it could ‘fuel tensions between him and William’
Warning letter for late coming
LANDOVER, Md. - For nine months, Ron Rivera preached culture change. He was hired to right the ship and lead the Washington Football Team on a new course, trying to fix a franchise that had struggled both on and off the field for much of the past 20 years. He used slogans and four-letter words, along with a personable approach and military mind-set to inspire a team mired in disaster. … [Read more...] about Washington comes back from big deficit to defeat Eagles in Ron Rivera’s debut
‘I am frantic with worry,’ Wazir said. ‘It is a consequence of working for the British and their denial of help that we were forced to leave Afghanistan. I would ask UK ministers to look at their wives and children and think hard about this.’ … [Read more...] about Don’t abandon us: More than 100 Afghan translators who worked with British troops beg Boris Johnson to help them find sanctuary in UK
'We are banning accounts that repeatedly try to upload clips, and we appreciate our community members who've reported content and warned others against watching, engaging, or sharing such videos on any platform out of respect for the person and their family.' … [Read more...] about ‘You are accountable’: Scott Morrison fires up at ‘disgraceful’ TikTok for allowing a suicide video to circulate
The most eye-opening of these recollections came from Nancy Rapoport, a law professor at the University of Nevada who wrote in her personal blog about the time Kozinski invited her and other clerks out for drinks. She was clerking for another judge at the time, but she agreed to come along. The meetup turned out to be a setup: No other clerks were there. Just Rapoport and Kozinski. “What do single girls in San Francisco do for sex?” she recalls the judge asking her. During the same encounter, Kozinski offered to “comfort” her when he learned that Rapoport’s mother had just been diagnosed with cancer. Ever since, the law professor has made it a point to steer her own female students away from Kozinski’s judicial chambers by refusing to sign letters of recommendation to go work for him. The title of Rapoport’s blog entry: “There are likely several more stories to come.” … [Read more...] about Is the Judiciary Ready to Handle Harassment Charges?