There the gunman used weapons stolen from the military arsenal to bring carnage to a town centre, walking into the Terminal 21 mall - an airport-themed shopping centre filled with colorful Lego sculptures, a merry-go-round and huge replicas of landmarks from around the world. … [Read more...] about Beserk soldier kills 21: Thai commando dies in raid on shopping mall where gunman is holed up after his deadly shooting spree while posting selfies on Facebook
Facebook post likes
But deployed as "part of a whole toolkit" including "defamation, misinformation, hate speech, the threat and inciting of violence," hate speech can be an effective way to intimidate and silence activists, according to Lara Wodtke from the program for international democracy of the Heinrich Böll Foundation. … [Read more...] about What impact is hate speech having on climate activism around the world?
After going on sale yesterday, the most prized toy - a one-metre tall cuddly Kevin - costs £19.99 in store and is sold alongside small £3.99 versions of Kevin and Katie. … [Read more...] about Hilarious Aldi Kevin the Carrot video shows toys ‘partying’ before store opens
6 eggs - 70p 12 pork sausages - £1.20 Porridge oats - 75p Cream crackers - 40p 4 baking potatoes - 41p Long grain rice - 45p Curry sauce - 28p Penne pasta - 29p Tomato and herb pasta sauce - 28p Whole chicken - £2.52 Root vegetable medley - £1 Can of baked beans - 23p 6 bananas - 64p 12 strawberry yoghurts - 73p Apple and blackcurrant squash - 43p 6 bags of crisps - 65p Tin of tomato soup - 45p Tin of chicken soup - 24p Strawberry jam - 28p Two tins of tuna - £1.20 Cheddar cheese - £1.60 Wholemeal bread - 36p Milk chocolate bar - 30p Total: £14.94 … [Read more...] about Mum shares £15 Tesco shopping list to help people feed their kids for week & others give tips to get costs even lower
At this point, London was at the centre of the UK’s coronavirus outbreak: by 23 March, about 150,000 people were contracting Covid-19 every day in the capital, according to modelling from Cambridge University and Public Health England (PHE), with a total of 795,000 total infections. But non-NHS key workers were not seen as a priority when it came to PPE, which is how Mally was allowed to keep driving a London bus during the first weeks of the pandemic with only a pair of plastic gloves for protection. The London mayor, Sadiq Khan, set out the official line on 8 April: “On a number of occasions we’ve sought advice from not just Public Health England, not just the Department for Transport, not just the Department for Health, but also the World Health Organization [WHO]. What they’ve told us is that personal protective equipment should only be used in care settings. There is a shortage of PPE anyway for the NHS and social care staff. As recently as yesterday we … [Read more...] about ‘Bus drivers were forced to play Russian roulette’ – the shocking truth about the death of Mervyn Kennedy