Monday, 19 August, 2019

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Cyprus ‘fake rape’ court case against British teenager adjourned

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Court proceedings against a 19-year-old British woman who faces a public nuisance charge for allegedly falsely accusing 12 Israelis of rape have been adjourned until August 27 in order to give her new legal team time to prepare their defence. Read more…

Open Borders? The EU Has Hundreds of Miles of Walls

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If you voted for Donald Trump on the basis of a three-word, three-syllable chant, it was probably “we will win,” “lock her up,” or “build the wall.” Regarding the latter, proponents of less immigration have reason to be frustrated. Prior Read more…

Iceland bids farewell to glacier; PM blames climate change

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Icelandic officials, activists and others have said goodbye to what once was a glacier, with poetry, moments of silence and political speeches about the urgent need to fight climate change. Icelandic geologist Oddur Sigurdsson pronounced the Okjokull glacier extinct about Read more…

Why the $1.45 Trillion F-35 Still Can’t Get Off the Ground

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The fleet of F-35 Joint Strike Fighters flying in the critical operational testing phase is struggling to stay airborne, which could delay the troubled program’s great leap forward into mass production. As I recently reported for the Project on Government Read more…

Gov should be planning for no-deal Brexit by putting legislation and funding in place

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The chief economist for the largest business lobby group in the country, IBEC, has warned that the Government should be planning for a no-deal Brexit by putting legislation and funding in place “no matter what the outcome.” Gerard Brady warned Read more…

Jamie Oliver’s restaurant collapse not about Brexit

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Britain’s Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly has disputed Jamie Oliver’s claim that Brexit contributed to the downfall of his restaurant business. The celebrity chef’s restaurant empire – which included Jamie’s Italian, Barbecoa and Fifteen – collapsed into administration in May. Read more…

Parity against sterling at 100p means Irish firms shut down

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Putting it plainly, sterling falling to parity at 100 pence to the euro would mean many Irish businesses would be forced to shut down. A further sharp fall from 91.25 pence in the run-up to the Halloween deadline on top Read more…

British Steel sale talks news hailed as ‘important step’

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Senior British politicians and union leaders have reacted to news that the investment division of Turkey’s armed forces pension fund is the preferred bidder for British Steel. Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom said: “This is an important and positive step forward Read more…

Football rumours from the media

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What the papers say Paulo Dybala could be heading for pastures new with Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus meeting over the coming days to discuss a £73million deal, the Daily Mail says. Dybala, 25, has scored 57 goals for Juve since Read more…

Tipperary v Kilkenny All-Ireland 2019

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IT MATTERED As Liam Sheedy said, the second goal three minutes into the second half was what made this game Tipperary’s. The dexterity of Seamus Callanan to find the net after the attack looked under threat was impressive. CAN’T IGNORE… Read more…

Hogan sending off diminished relevance of final’s William Tells

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As a gauge of how competitive the All-Ireland final was, the free-taking sequence for both sides tells an interesting story. As a contest it was claustrophobic in its opening half but was changed completely by a red card just before Read more…

Ceballos keen to showcase talents during Arsenal stay

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Dani Ceballos put in a man of the match performance on his full Arsenal debut as the Gunners beat Burnley and he is keen to use his year in the Premier League to showcase his ability. Established favourites Alexandre Lacazette Read more…

Here is the gag that won funniest joke at the Edinburgh Fringe

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The best joke at the Edinburgh Fringe has been named as a vegetable pun which beat the comic competition. Festival veteran Olaf Falafel claimed the coveted honour of Dave’s Funniest Joke At The Fringe. The comic said that the annual Read more…

Obama’s high school basketball shirt sells for €108,000

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A basketball shirt believed to have been worn by Barack Obama while he was at a Honolulu prep school has sold at auction for $120,000 (around €108,000). Heritage Auctions said the jersey sold in Dallas to a collector of American Read more…

Motorist startled as alligator approaches car on street corner

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A motorist was startled to be confronted by an alligator approaching his car in the rain. Roger Light Jr was driving in Saint Petersburg, Florida, when he noticed a crowd of people standing in the rain with their phones out. Read more…

Fans baffled by Cristiano Ronaldo’s shopping advert dance

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s dance moves attracted the attention and confusion of social media after the Portugal star appeared in an advert. The Juventus forward is a brand ambassador for Shopee, an e-commerce platform in south-east Asia and Taiwan. And while football Read more…