And if anyone likes the look of the PM, they will enjoy the split screen of three Boris Johnsons - albeit all in the same suit and tie - and the slightly odd shot of his hair blowing in the wind while staring out to sea as strings play in the background. … [Read more...] about General Election 2019: The first 24 hours of social media election ads
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Newgirlintown (4.10 Southwell) is out first. The filly won at Chelmsford on Saturday evening, leading towards the finish of a 10-furlong classified stakes. O’Leary believes the extra furlong in a Southwell handicap on Monday will help her to defy a 5lb penalty. He is more concerned about the track. “The kickback there is an unknown, she hasn’t raced at Southwell before,” he said on Sunday evening. … [Read more...] about Could Rachael Blackmore scoop the Cheltenham top jockey award?
Thomas Thabane was questioned by police about the shooting two days before his inauguration in 2017 and was due to be charged with murder last week. However, the 80-year-old politician did not attend the court hearing in Maseru, the capital of the small mountain kingdom, saying he had to travel to neighbouring South Africa for medical treatment. … [Read more...] about Lesotho PM in surprise court appearance over wife’s murder
An employment tribunal unanimously concluded that the BBC had failed to provide a convincing justification for the difference between Ahmed’s £440-an-episode for presenting Newswatch and the £3,000 an episode Jeremy Vine received for hosting the similar Points of View. … [Read more...] about Sarah Montague wins £400,000 from BBC over unequal pay
They said: 'I sometimes have to weigh whether what I really need to say requires the element that will turn others away. If it is important to me, I will stick to my plan, but sometimes, it is not the most important thing and I choose to tame my ideas.' … [Read more...] about Eight out of 10 people working in arts or culture say they stay silent about supporting conservative ideologies because they risk being bullied and ostracized, new study reveals