Rachel Johnson 17 August 2019 9:00 AM 17 August 2019 9:00 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp I lay low during the ‘season’ as I can’t think what to say to people any more. I went to only two summer parties, a personal worst for me: Lady Annabel Goldsmith’s annual gold-plater in Richmond, and Jenni Russell and Stephen Lambert’s Notting Hill do, where I found myself introducing David Cameron to Seumas Milne. ‘You were at Eton and you went to Winchester,’ I said, as if the pair were shy teenagers at the Feathers Ball before the snogging, ‘so you two should get on like a house on fire!’ Seumas tried to recruit me in 2017 but I never came across. ‘Which party should I enter as a sleeper cell next?’ I joked (after I quit the Lib Dems they surged and as soon as I joined Change UK they tanked). ‘The Lib Dems,’ said Milne. ‘Labour,’ said Cameron. Which was elegant … [Read more...] about Rachel Johnson: which political party should I join next?
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0 Have your say Before he died, Reece Begg wrote a heartfelt letter about his long struggle with mental health problems. His brave family have chosen to share his last words in the hope other lives could be saved. Here is Reece's letter in full. READ MORE: Brave family of Blackpool man who took his own life: “Reece was selfless and generous. He never asked for anything, but he’d give to anyone who needed it."“First of all I can't put into words how sorry I am to do this and how guilty I feel for it. The purpose of this note is not to gain sympathy and have people feel sorry for me in any way. I just want to tell my story so that hopefully people can understand. Understand what it's like living with mental health issues, constant suicidal thoughts and a borderline personality disorder and why it is I decided to take my own life. I also want people to see that they're not the only ones feeling certain ways. I want them to see that there's others … [Read more...] about “I love you with all my heart”: Last message of Reece Begg
Northern Ireland By Tori Watson BBC News NI 22 July 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-49068592 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Newly crowned British Open champion Shane Lowry is the main focus of all of Monday's papers. … [Read more...] about Monday’s papers: Open champion dominates headlines
DUP councillor Dale Pankhurt has defended asking a senior Orangeman, convicted of injuring a schoolgirl with his car at a north Belfast interface, to sign his nomination papers. John Aughey was sentenced to two years in September 2017 and spent 12-months in prison, followed by a further 12 months on licence following his released from custody. From the Lower Oldpark area of Belfast, he was found guilty by a jury of six offences arising from the collision at Ardoyne shopfronts on July 13, 2015 during disturbances in the area. Six people, including several police officers, were injured after Aughey tried to make a U-turn, colliding with pedestrians and resulting in serious injuries to a 16-year old who was struck and thrown onto the bonnet before coming trapped under the vehicle. Mr Pankhurst was co-opted on to the DUPs Oldpark seat in January last year to replace Gareth McKee who resigned to take up other employment. A politics postgraduate student at Queen's University this will be his … [Read more...] about Dale Pankhurst defends asking convicted Orangeman to sign nomination papers
Fevzi Kızılkoyun – ANKARA Paper collectors say that what is painful for them is not working 12 hours and walking 20 kilometers a day, but the prejudice the public shows against them. “Do not approach us as if we are stricken with plague. We are only trying to make ends meet,” say many of them, with whom daily Hürriyet has conducted interviews. The head of the Street Waste Collectors Association told daily Hürriyet that about 500,000 people make a living by collecting recyclables off the street and from public waste bins. “We die in the abandoned buildings, cars hit us on the streets, we fall victims to traffic accidents…Waste collectors are being ostracized by the public, they see us as if we are ‘stricken by plague or a disease or are criminals.’ For this view to change, a legal framework needs to be undertaken. Our rights need to be given to us with laws and regulations,” Recep Karaman said. Karaman’s comments … [Read more...] about Paper collectors across Turkey cry out against public prejudice