In his appeal to the High Court, Cardinal Pell argued that the jury's verdict had relied too heavily on Witness J's evidence. The cleric's lawyers didn't try to discredit that testimony, but argued that other evidence had not been properly considered. … [Read more...] about George Pell: Man who accused cardinal says ‘case doesn’t define me’
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The officer gives her every opportunity to just go home, continually asking her if there is a lawful reason why she is out. I want to stay here for sunset,' she says. … [Read more...] about Time-wasting flat-earther is arrested for refusing to move from London park bench during coronavirus lockdown after telling police she is ‘exercising her mind’
The one-time Tory leadership contender said: 'The Prime Minister is in safe hands with that brilliant team at St Thomas' hospital, and the focus of the Government will continue to be on making sure that the Prime Minister's direction, all the plans for making sure that we can defeat coronavirus and can pull the country through this challenge, will be taken forward.' … [Read more...] about ‘He is optimistic, determined and resilient’: Boris Johnson’s father Stanley believes PM has the strength to beat coronavirus as he reveals he is being kept in the dark about his son’s condition
"I am sure the public of north Wales would far rather that our police enforce essential travel legislation rather than have them visiting factories to ensure that employees are kept two metres apart, which is surely what the Health and Safety Executive should be doing," he said. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Welsh police ‘should not be used as factory inspectors’
Soon after this meeting, the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber (WKÖ) was gearing up for its local elections on March 4 and 5. The leading candidate and eventual winner, ÖVP member Franz Hörl, is both a cable car lobbyist and chairman of the Wirtschaftsbund (Business Association) — the ÖVP's group within the WKÖ. The Wirtschaftsbund receives around €13 million annually in membership fees from tourist service providers. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus coverup: Did Austrian politics and industry collude?