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« on: 14:24:02, 09/12/23 »
www.bbc.co.uk/news/


Jenrick -  Rwanda plan could be foiled by lawyers.
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« Reply #2 on: 10:34:18, 11/12/23 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk


Rishi Sunak to appear at Covid enquiry 'eat out help out'.
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« Reply #3 on: 18:59:32, 11/12/23 »
Officers were called to the Premier Store in Marshland Road, Doncaster, on Sunday night.


It came after a woman in her 30s reported being raped at the premises on Friday, South Yorkshire Police said.


Three men, aged 49, 24 and 34, who were arrested on suspicion of rape and false imprisonment in connection with the incident, have been released on bail.


The woman was taken to hospital and discharged, and is receiving support from police and specialist partners.


South Yorkshire Police said the shop was currently closed and empty.


The force said the disorder was linked to "speculation and misinformation" about the incident.Det Supt Eleanor Welsh said: "Since the incident, there has been speculation and some misinformation shared online.


"This is an active and sensitive investigation and, therefore, I encourage the public to avoid speculation about the incident as our enquiries continue."
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« Reply #4 on: 19:42:47, 11/12/23 »
Officers were called to the Premier Store in Marshland Road, Doncaster, on Sunday night.


It came after a woman in her 30s reported being raped at the premises on Friday, South Yorkshire Police said.


Three men, aged 49, 24 and 34, who were arrested on suspicion of rape and false imprisonment in connection with the incident, have been released on bail.


The woman was taken to hospital and discharged, and is receiving support from police and specialist partners.


South Yorkshire Police said the shop was currently closed and empty.


The force said the disorder was linked to "speculation and misinformation" about the incident.Det Supt Eleanor Welsh said: "Since the incident, there has been speculation and some misinformation shared online.


"This is an active and sensitive investigation and, therefore, I encourage the public to avoid speculation about the incident as our enquiries continue."
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I await with baited breath , meanwhile the Droylsden knife killer has still not been named ,for the life of me I can’t understand why ::) , meanwhile all is well in Dublin  :-\

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« Reply #5 on: 22:59:08, 11/12/23 »
Three men….who were arrested on suspicion of rape and false imprisonment….have been released on bail.


Need anybody say any more? For how much longer will the people put up with these outrages?

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« Reply #6 on: 09:34:32, 12/12/23 »
According to the Guardian joey Barton is “ far right” because he thinks women commentators shouldn’t be commenting on men’s football ,  ::)

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« Reply #7 on: 10:05:22, 12/12/23 »
I turn off all the pundits but I can understand men preferring male commentators,  they like what they are used to seemingly.
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« Reply #8 on: 11:07:23, 12/12/23 »
Barton is a odious person , but I hope he sues  the hell out of the guardian

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« Reply #9 on: 11:57:30, 12/12/23 »
He is not personable I agree,  he believes in a meritocracy & I wouldn't argue with that.
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« Reply #10 on: 21:31:01, 12/12/23 »
There is no need to listen to any pundit in this day and age. Football at pretty much every level can be followed on the internet, and no doubt the same applies to every other sport. I keep in touch with City despite having barely watched television since 2003; okay, sometimes it involves listening to a commentary in Russian or Turkish or some other language I do not understand, but who cares? Does it really matter?


I must admit, I did watch the 2012 Title decider with QPR on a screen in a pub, and I actually watched my wife’s TV set to witness the FA Cup Final earlier this year. But, other than that, it has been the World Wide Web only.


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« Reply #11 on: 10:40:01, 13/12/23 »
I could listen to Andy Townsend he didn't ramble.
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Rwanda Bill passes second reading

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The government say the scheme is designed to deter migrants from crossing the Channel in small boats - something Mr Sunak has made one of his key priorities.


Chris Mason: Sunak takes the win but the battle is not over
Why does the UK want to send asylum seekers to Rwanda?
Can the new Rwanda bill work and what could stop it?

In a sign of nerves in Downing Street over the potential for a tight result, [size=inherit]Climate Minister Graham Stuart flew back from the COP28 climate conference in Dubai to vote

But despite some Tories on the right threatening to vote against the bill, in the end only opposition MPs did, and the bill passed by 313 votes to 269.

Around 29 Conservative MPs - including former Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick, who resigned over the legislation last week, and former Home Secretary Suella Braverman - chose to abstain and not support the bill.

Altogether 37 Tory MPs did not record a vote, however some of those may have simply been unable to attend the vote rather than deliberately abstaining.

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« Reply #13 on: 10:48:44, 13/12/23 »
Did Sir Keir support the Bill I wonder.


Doesn't Australia send them to Rwanda,  which other countries I don't know.




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« Reply #14 on: 11:24:12, 13/12/23 »
When that senile old man that masquerades as the leader of what was once the free world withdrew troops from Afghanistan the entire body of students at a girls school were evacuated to Rwanda an resettled, they're still there getting their education, the UN helped with the scheme, they didn't have any qualms over the way Rwanda was run then.