Asked about victims hurled from rooftops he said: “I have never seen that. It happened near my house one time and I was told by someone ‘you missed it’ and I like was arrgh, the guy being thrown off. I was always being told ‘you just missed this and you missed that’. I was like arrgh. I was like everyone’s watching it.” … [Read more...] about British ISIS terrorist breaks cover in Syria and says ‘I deserve to come home’
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A witness said: 'I heard this loud sound at around 10.30am. I thought it may have been a delivery dropping a pallet or something. I could hear people talking and walking and then I heard surprised reactions. I had a look and saw that the roof had collapsed' … [Read more...] about The Brrrrritish Isles! Dozens of motorists have to be rescued from North Yorkshire motorway as Britain braces for the COLDEST night in seven years with bone-chilling -16C lows as experts warn black ice danger will last until Monday
In the meantime, we all need to be patient. I own a car and probably drive a paltry 300 miles a year, but when I am behind the steering wheel I understand the terrible feeling of impotence that afflicts all city drivers: this thing says 120mph on the speedometer, so why I am going at only 15mph? … [Read more...] about Councils start to rip up bike lanes: Round One to MoS as workmen in Worthing remove hated bollards – and the ones highlighted last week by actor Nigel Havers will be next!
I find watching films can be intellectually stimulating, sometimes informative, other times inspiring. In most cases, it’s an enjoyable experience and a form of escapism. Most of that is not lost when I watch a film at home, so although there are many reasons I would choose to go to the cinema rather than watch a film at home, I do not feel the loss of cinemas by any means equates with the loss of film watching. … [Read more...] about ‘Cinema brings hope in a way laptops cannot’: what readers miss most about the movies
At a press conference on Monday evening, he said December is “not the moment to let the virus rip for the sake of Christmas parties”, adding: “‘Tis the season to be jolly, but it is also the season to be jolly careful, especially with elderly relatives.” … [Read more...] about Letting families celebrate at Christmas is good for our mental health, say Sage experts