CPS react to sentencing of Logan Mwangi's killers Sign up for our news briefing, including a daily special Russia-Ukraine edition SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Logan Mwangi was cruelly beaten by his mother, stepfather, and stepbrother, punished severely, called names, and killed in his own home before being callously dumped in a river like fly-tipped rubbish by those who were meant to protect him. His body was found in River Ogmore in Bridgend, South Wales, by police on July 31, 2021. Related articles Footage shows residents' panic as blasts boom from fire-engulfed house Murderers of Logan Mwangi jailed as judge lifts order naming killer Stepdad John Cole had carried lifeless Logan into the … [Read more...] about ‘Cheeky’ schoolboy murdered at home and dumped like rubbish in a river
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The most famous story about modern presidential campaigning now has a quaint old-world tone. It’s about the showdown between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy in the first debate of their 1960 campaign, which was also the very first nationally televised general-election debate in the United States. The story is that Kennedy looked great, which is true, and Nixon looked terrible, which is also true—and that this visual difference had an unexpected electoral effect. As Theodore H. White described it in his hugely influential book The Making of the President 1960 , which has set the model for campaign coverage ever since, “sample surveys” after the debate found that people who had only heard Kennedy and Nixon talking, over the radio, thought that the debate had been a tie. But those who saw the two men on television were much more likely to think that Kennedy—handsome, tanned, non-sweaty, poised—had won. Historians who have followed up on this story haven’t found data to back … [Read more...] about When Donald Meets Hillary: Who Will Win the Debates?
“D uck and cover!” a mechanized voice screamed. The ground shook and the window rattled. I rolled from my bed to the floor of my trailer and felt for the armor I’d forgotten in my office. I lay there and sweated and swore. The voice from the loudspeaker urged me to get away from the windows. I was inside a tin can. I crawled to the door. My hand was on the knob when I realized I was naked. The next impact knocked the air conditioner to the floor. I grabbed a light-blue cotton robe and bolted. To hear more feature stories, see our full list or get the Audm iPhone app. I raced along a row of sandbags, one hand holding the robe closed. The duck-and-cover bunkers were 100 feet away. Another series of explosions, and I hit the rocks. I was lying there, panting, when I saw a bright-yellow bunker tucked behind a row of sandbags and palm trees. I was up, running, full out. My robe fell open and flew out behind me. Another hit. I was 20 feet away. Ten. Five. I crashed into the … [Read more...] about What I Wish I’d Known About Sexual Assault in the Military
Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum Kim Kardashian was every bit the doting soccer mom during her six-year-old son Saint West's game in Calabasas on Sunday. The 41-year-old SKIMS CEO placed a protective arm around her eldest son's chest as they stood together on the side lines. A bodyguard stayed close to the mother-son duo. Mommy duties: Keeping Up with the Kardashians alum Kim Kardashian was every bit the doting soccer mom during her six-year-old son Saint West's game in Calabasas on Sunday Mama bear: The 41-year-old SKIMS CEO placed a protective arm around her eldest son's chest as they stood together on the side lines Kim wore an all-black ensemble consisting of a Balenciaga turtleneck tucked into cargo pants, and sneakers for the 60F-degree spring weather. Kardashian - with her raven locks tied back into a tidy ponytail - hauled a black backpack and a Zo-Li water bottle on the field. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian is doting soccer mom rooting for son Saint… after ‘freaking out’ over her legal essay’s high score
Nadhim Zahawi arrives at Treasury in new role as Chancellor Sign up and receive our free daily stars from Russell Grant SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info Nadhim Zahawi has stepped into the role of Chancellor of the Exchequer from today after Rishi Sunak handed in his resignation. Zahawi has been a Member of Parliament for Stratford-on-Avon since 2010. But what is his net worth, and how does it compare to Rishi Sunak ? Related articles Prince Michael of Kent fortune laid bare Bob Ross fortune: Artist worth millions who made more art than Picasso Nadhim Zahawi is said to have an estimated net worth of up to £100million to Express previously reported. Updated records from Companies House … [Read more...] about Nadhim Zahawi net worth: How much is the new Chancellor worth compared to Rishi Sunak?
Published 24 September 2014 Share close Share page Copy link About sharing A "terrified" vulnerable man was made to live in a shed while working unpaid for 13 years, a jury has heard. Homeless Darrell Simester said he was picked up on a dual carriageway by the Doran family and taken to Cariad Farm, near Newport. The 44-year-old told Cardiff Crown Court he carried on working the day after he fractured his hip. Daniel Doran, 67, and David Daniel Doran, 42, deny requiring him to perform forced or compulsory labour. The charges against the father and son cover a period between 2010 and 2013. However, the court has heard how Mr Simester had been missing for 13 years, living on the Dorans' farm. Giving evidence on Wednesday via a video link , Mr Simester told a jury that he had only two days off - once to attend a fair in Brecon, Powys, and once to go out for a New Year's Eve … [Read more...] about Darrell Simester ‘terrified’ at ‘forced work farm’