0 Comments Ruth Dudley Edwards: Sinn Fein must be called out at all times for its breathtaking double standards BelfastTelegraph.co.uk We're all supposed to be thrilled that Michelle O'Neill said those who rioted in Londonderry on Easter Monday should be "brought before the law", but what did we think she'd say? https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/columnists/ruth-dudley-edwards/ruth-dudley-edwards-sinn-fein-must-be-called-out-at-all-times-for-its-breathtaking-double-standards-36786201.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article36786654.ece/3d9d8/AUTOCROP/h342/t37-_2_-_Read-Only_.jpg Email We're all supposed to be thrilled that Michelle O'Neill said those who rioted in Londonderry on Easter Monday should be "brought before the law", but what did we think she'd say? Mrs O'Neill is a faithful reader from the Sinn Fein playbook who was carrying out instructions on how to react when feral republicans do the sort of stuff that these days is regarded as … [Read more...] about Ruth Dudley Edwards: Sinn Fein must be called out at all times for its breathtaking double standards
Nelson lawn bowler Jo Edwards defended her title as New Zealand won another five medals on day four of the Commonwealth Games. The 48-year-old made it back-to-back golds in a tremendous comeback in the women's singles final after being behind by five shots twice. Jo Edwards rallies for remarkable bowls gold medal Commonwealth Games: As it happened - day four Edwards was on the brink of defeat against Wales' Laura Daniels but rallied from 10-15 down to triumph 21-17. A drive on the 19th end - while fighting a four-point deficit - proved the turning point. Picking up three points to sit 17-16 behind, Edwards then stormed to five straight points and scooped up the gold medal on the 23rd end. Speaking to Newshub after her match, Edwards said she kept calm, stayed focused and that's what got her over the line. "I was pretty calm, even when I was five down," she said. "Usually I would be like 'oh god I'm five down I need to score', but … [Read more...] about Commonwealth Games: Keeping calm helps Jo Edwards defend gold in lawn bowls
0 Post a comment Sunday, 8 April 2018 - Education THE chapel choir of King Edward’s Witley School was invited to perform in the City of London on the Feast of Candlemas at the annual service for the election of the new Master of the Worshipful Company of Horners, in St James Church. Students performed Parry’s I Was Glad, and Call of Wisdom by local composer Will Todd which was commissioned by the company.During the formal dinner, which followed the service, year 10 student Max, one of King Edward’s music scholars, performed a solo trumpet recital.The new master is alderman Gordon Warwick Haines. He and his wife Caroline have a long-standing connection with King Edward’s and have both served as governors.The concert reinforced King Edward’s close links with the City of London. The school was inspired by 16th-century Bishop of London Nicholas Ridley, whose vision was to create a place for the training and education of poor children in 1553. Stasio … [Read more...] about King Edward’s chapel choir sing for City of London
Kiwi bowler Jo Edwards has come from behind to defend her Commonwealth Games singles title on the Gold Coast. Trailling through most of her final against Laura Daniels from Wales, she rallied in spectacular fashion over the closing ends to pip her rival, 21-17. Edwards, 48, won the singles gold medal four years ago at Glasgow and a previous pairs gold at Manchester 2002. Earlier, against South African Colleen Piketh in the afternoon's semi, she leapt out to an early five-shot advantage, but lost her lead in 20th end and had to pull a miracle out of the bag to progress. Edwards scored the last six shots of the contest, including three on the 22nd end, to sneak past 21-17 and into the final. In the gold-medal match, she was 17-13 behind after 19 ends, but scored the last eight shots to snatch victory. At the velodrome, sprinter Eddie Dawkins added another medal to his team gold and keirin bronze, but was pipped for victory in the kilo time trial. Riding fifth, the powerful Kiwi set the … [Read more...] about Commonwealth Games: Jo Edwards rallies for remarkable bowls gold medal
SHE is still only 24 but Perrie Edwards hasn't been left out of the headlines for long since appearing on the X-Factor. As well as her chart-topping success with band Little Mix she's bagged herself a footballer boyfriend and is one of the newest "WAGs" on the block. Who is Perrie Edwards? What was her early life? Perrie Louise Edwards was born on July 10, 1993. She was raised in South Shields, Tyne and Wear, to parents Alexander Edwards and Deborah Duffy. Perrie attended Radipole Primary School in Weymouth, Dorset before moving back to South Shields. She is a graduate of St. Peter and Paul RC Primary School, in South Shields, and attended Mortimer Community College, also in South Shields, for five years, where she excelled in both academic and performance subjects. Perrie transferred and graduated from Newcastle College, where she received a BTEC in Performing Arts. When did she audition for the X Factor and did Little Mix win? All of the Little Mix girls auditioned on their … [Read more...] about Who is Perrie Edwards, who’s her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and when did she date Zayn Malik?