Ferkat Jawdat, with a photo of his mother, at a gathering to raise awareness about loved ones who have disappeared in China’s far west.
The punishment for Russia is tied to a cheating scheme that has devastated global sport.
PM gives interview to radio station as general election campaign enters its final days
John McDonnell, the shadow chancellor, is giving a speech now on the first 100 days of a Labour government.
He says Labour has won the argument about austerity. He says Boris Johnson himself now admits austerity was wrong - although McDonnell says, under Tory manifesto plans, austerity would continue for another five years.
Good jobs and whole industries that were once the pride of our country have been lost and replaced with dreary, exploitative, insecure and low paid jobs, or in some cases no jobs at all. No wonder people feel disillusioned in politicians.
As our manifesto makes clear, turning these two things around will be our number one priority in government. Our green industrial revolution will deliver the changes we need to avert climate catastrophe.
On the Today programme this monring Rishi Sunak, the chief secretary to the Treasury, repeated the usual Conservative claim that Boris Johnson would be able to agree a trade deal with the EU by the end of next year. (See 8.17am.) Anyone who has followed this issue even just half-closely will know that there are good grounds for thinking that the Tories are not being realistic, and the BBC’s Europe editor, Katya Adler, has a good Twitter thread this morning explaining why. It starts here.
When supporters of Boris Johnson say: he achieved what so many claimed was impossible: he got EU to renegotiate #Brexit deal therefore he can also get an EU trade deal done by December next year although many say unlikely .. It’s important to remember the red line PM crossed.. /1
Of course the EU also engaged with Boris Johnson because they believed that he - as a political figure - had a better chance of selling a deal back home to MPs than Theresa May ever had - BUT have a chat in EU circles .. /3
And you’ll hear the only way Johnson really has chance of getting bare bones FTA with EU done and dusted by Christmas next year is if he crosses his own red lines again and gives in to EU concerns ie. level playing field regulations and allowing EU fishing rights in UK waters /4Continue reading...
Die Federal Trade Commission bestätigt, dass Cambridge Analytica betrügerisch gehandelt hat. Zudem verstießen die Praktiken gegen das Datenschutzschild.
Lehrer sein ist sicher nicht immer spaßig. Man kann aus den Schul-Geschichten aber einen Spaß machen.