Within three years he went on to kidnap, molest and attempt to strangle a seven-year-old girl, leaving her for dead at Devil's Dyke, a beauty spot near Brighton.Bishop was ordered to face a fresh trial in light of a DNA breakthrough. … [Read more...] about Ex-girlfriend of Babes in the Wood murderer Russell Bishop accused of lying at his trial in 1987
Russell westbrook why not 0 2
Parlour games – Arsenal, 1992 Getting drunk just after a match is a bad thing. Getting drunk on a Tuesday night before a match is also a bad thing. Getting drunk immediately before a match that you're quite likely to have to play in is clearly, an extremely bad thing - not that Arsenal's Ray Parlour let that stop him. In the 1992-93 season, having been told he was not part of the squad to face Liverpool, Ray Parlour saw no harm in spending the afternoon in one of the hospitality lounges at Anfield necking lager. About two pints in, however, the midfielder was confronted by the club's assistant manager, Stewart Houston, and told to get kitted-up as one of Arsenal's substitutes had injured himself in the warm-up. Groggy and somewhat giddy, Parlour took comfort from the belief that he would more than likely spend the match slouched on the bench. Imagine his horror then when the manager, George Graham, beckoned the perm-haired player midway through the first half to get his tracksuit … [Read more...] about Gluttony – part four
Teach First is funded incredibly generously by a central government grant. Teachers are paid as soon as they start their practice. I don't think we can afford to run a scheme like that in the current economic climate. We don't need to be spending £76m of taxpayers' money on teachers who only enjoy short teaching careers. Teach First has this social, charitable mission to support the disadvantaged in our education system, but the last thing our most vulnerable children need is unqualified teachers who are only there for the short term. … [Read more...] about Teach First: why does it divide opinion?
“I was trying to make something hopeful,” says Westerman, although he isn’t able to create music that’s too buoyant as it “seems escapist and trite – and that’s not how life is”. Like many, he has felt the world going in “the wrong direction; from the Brexit vote and American politics to the environment, there’s a multitude of things to overcome.” And that’s before we’ve even got to the C-word. “As a young person starting out in the world,” he adds, “the view isn’t great.” … [Read more...] about Westerman: ‘Music is an incredibly helpful thing to have in difficult times’
An OfS spokesperson said: “The OfS is aware of this situation and is closely monitoring Soas’s development of plans for restructuring. The interests of current and future students are always our primary concern and we will continue to keep under review whether any further regulatory action is needed to protect them.” … [Read more...] about Soas to slash budgets and staff as debt crisis worsens in pandemic