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Women comedians demand code of conduct after ‘decades of abuse’

Female comics are leading calls for a “sexual harassment protocol” for clubs and promoters after ”decades of abuse” in the industry. Stand up comedian, writer and satirist Kiri Pritchard-McLean says she hopes it will be the comedy circuit’s #MeToo moment, adding that women in the industry have been “harassed or belittled” for too…

Trump announces with ‘heavy heart’ the death of his ‘wonderful brother’

Donald Trump’s brother, Robert, has died at the age of 71, the US president has announced. “It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight,” Mr Trump said in a statement. “He was not just my brother, he was my best friend. He will be…

Campaign aims to reassure parents that schools are safe to open

The government has launched a drive to reassure the public that it is safe to get back in to classrooms when schools reopen next month. The #backtoschoolsafely campaign is aiming to make parents aware of the measures being put into minimise the risk of coronavirus transmission, in an effort to…

From Porpoise Detectors to ‘Hawkeyes’, How Technology Empowers Ecology

On a warm winter afternoon as I unpacked my equipment onto a small wooden boat, one of my curious assistants approached me asking what was the red torch that I was holding. ”It’s not a torch,” I said hastily, checking if my survey sheet was in place. “It is a depth…

Damian Lillard and the Blazers are not your typical No. 8 seed

Attention is the utmost compliment in public life, and Damian Lillard has received plenty of it over the past week. In his Portland Trail Blazers‘ win-or-go-home squeaker on Thursday night, the Brooklyn Nets threw two bodies at Lillard before he even crossed half court. It seemed the most sensible strategy after Lillard drained a pull-up…

Threat of legal action and protests add to pressure for rethink on A-levels ‘mess’

The government and the exams regulator are being threatened with legal action as pressure mounts for a rethink over the awarding of A-level grades. Hundreds of angry students are demonstrating in Westminster, with some chanting “get Gav gone” and “come out Gavin” as they protested outside Education Secretary Gavin Williamson’s…

Four young men die after car crashes into house and catches fire on A4

Four young men have died after a car crashed into a house and burst into flames on the A4 in Wiltshire, police have said. The “absolutely horrific” crash happened in the early hours of Sunday and all four, who were locals and inside the car, died at the scene. Wiltshire…

Cavern Club that launched The Beatles facing closure due to coronavirus lockdown

Liverpool’s world-famous Cavern Club – which helped launch The Beatles – is facing closure due to the coronavirus lockdown. The club’s director said the venue was facing financial ruin after losing £30,000 a week since mass gatherings were banned in March. Bill Heckle, director for the past 28 years, said…

Post Office to deliver postmaster board seat after IT scandal

The Post Office is to appoint one of its army of postmasters to its board for the first time as part of its bid to move on from the multi-million pound scandal which left some of its managers wrongly sent to prison. Sky News has learnt that the government-owned company…

Italy toughens mask rules and closes nightclubs after scientists warn cases are climbing

Wearing a face mask is to become mandatory in public places in Italy overnight while nightclubs have been ordered to close due to a spike in coronavirus cases, according to reports. Masks will need to be worn where social distancing is not possible between 6pm and 6am, while the closure…

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