It's been a while since season 4 of Peaky Blinders aired at the end of 2017, and fans are chomping at the bit for more episodes! The last season saw the war between the Shelby clan and Italian mobster Luca Changretta (Adrien Brody) come to an explosive conclusion, that also saw major casualties on both sides, and a final beach side confrontation between Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) and Alfie Solomon (Tom Hardy). With viewers eager for more, the series is back for another six episodes but with an added injection of political schemes too, as Tommy takes on another fierce opponent - parliament! So when exactly can we expect the new episodes? And who will be returning for them? Mirror Online has gathered the information we can on the fifth outing for the Birmingham gangsters. Peaky Blinders season 5 release date The series is due to return in 2019, but as the season is still filming, we will probably see the series return in late Spring or early Summer at the earliest. The show will, … [Read more...] about Peaky Blinders season 5 release date, cast and plot revealed
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A UNIVERSITY lecturer was stabbed to death by a deranged knifeman who had been released from psychiatric care just months earlier, a court heard today. Mark Loveridge, 39, lay in wait for Daniel Young, 30, after slashing another man in the buttocks, an inquest heard. Mr Young, who worked for Coventry University's London campus, was attacked as he walked to just the second day in his "dream job" in Morden, South West London. He bled to death on the street as desperate commuters tried to save him on the morning of 19 January 2016. Killer Loveridge had a string of convictions dating back to 1994 for attacking strangers with knives and iron bars and possessing and supplying drugs. And he had previously told doctors he was "struggling not to act" on the voices in his head. The part-time gardener told mental health workers he was a danger to the public during his last spell in the psychiatric unit of London's Springfield Hospital in January 2014. But he was discharged after just one week and … [Read more...] about Schizophrenic man stabbed uni lecturer to death just months after he was released from care unit
One in five Kiwi lawyers have been sexually harassed in the workplace, according to an examination of the legal fraternity by the New Zealand Law Society after a series of scandals hit the country's top law firms. A confidential online survey - in which 13,662 lawyers were invited to take part - was conducted from April 5 to May 1. The survey was managed by Colmar Brunton. However, only 3516 lawyers completed the survey – a response rate of 26 percent. The survey was the most thorough examination of the legal profession's workplace environment, said the Law Society, which commissioned the investigation following increasing numbers of young women complaining about sexual harassment within the profession. Most notably were the allegations at law firm Russell McVeagh. New Zealand Law Society president Kathryn Beck said the findings were "deeply saddening" and showed "there is a cultural crisis in the New Zealand legal profession". Nearly one in five lawyers have been sexually … [Read more...] about ‘Cultural crisis’: One in five lawyers sexually harassed
Plymouth, it’s a cultural backwater. No decent bands ever came here. Right? Wrong. The city might be suffering from a lack of venues at present, but Plymouth is actually a key landmark in the history of rock n roll. It turns out just about every major band or artist since the Beatles, and even before, has played here. Oh, and the Beatles played here too. Don’t believe me? Just watch. Here are 50 – yes, 50 - gigs that prove all the greats of modern music, and Michael Buble, visited the city. Indeed, the Americans had it right when they named the place where the Mayflower landed Plymouth Rock. Because Plymouth truly rocks like a you-know-what. 1 The Beatles The Fab Four played in Plymouth not once but twice, causing mass hysteria among teeny-girls at the ABC cinema (now the Reel) in 1963 and 1964. The sets on both occasions were short and sweet, just 10 songs apiece and a few covers. The heavenly stuff would come later. The greatest band in the world famously returned … [Read more...] about The 50 greatest gigs of all time: Plymouth’s iconic concerts
The soapy divorce drama reached its penultimate episode with shock revelations, surprise reunions and rather a lot of wine. Liar Nathan’s pants were on fire Oh Nathan, you’ve really blown it now. Nathan Stern (Stephen Mangan) didn’t just make a tipsy lunge at sister-in-law Nina (Annabel Scholey) but was on the leaked membership list of extramarital dating site Indiana Ray. Or as wife Hannah (Nicola Walker) spat, their children’s “sad sack of a dad” was part of the “sleazy news story” alongside a sadly unnamed “talent show mogul”. Red wine-guzzling, increasingly shifty Nathan insisted he never went on any dates. However, armed with that social media snap of him eating mussels in Brussels and aided by a private investigator, Hannah steadily picked holes in his story. OK, he looked at some women’s profiles but they were no match for Hannah. OK, he did go on one date but they had dinner and … [Read more...] about The Split, episode 5 recap: this show is chock full of infidelity, but could we still get a happy ending next week?