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IN THE NEWS | 17 September 2017




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IN THE NEWS
17 September 2017


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OWON: Time to get out and Cash in. Then Throw Out the Illegals.




Boris Johnson: we will still claw back £350m a week after Brexit

Foreign secretary revives Vote Leave’s controversial campaign message, insisting cash should go to NHS.

Boris Johnson has insisted that Britain will still claw back £350m a week after leaving the EU, with much of that money preferably being spent on the NHS, as he warned critics of Brexit against treating 17.4 million voters as fools.

The foreign secretary repeated the controversial claim of the Vote Leave campaign in a 4,000-word article for the Daily Telegraph, in which he said that exiting the EU could be a catalyst for reforming the country’s tax system.

Johnson also accused Jeremy Corbyn of “chickening out” over the issue, citing Labour’s push to stay in the single market and within a customs union for a temporary period.

“He would make a complete mockery of Brexit and turn an opportunity into a national humiliation,” he said, hitting out at other remainers for “woefully underestimating this country”.

Johnson’s sudden intervention in the Brexit debate, after months of holding back on the issue, will be seen by many across the Conservative party as a sign that he still harbours leadership ambitions...


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OWON: Major cities and animals roaming loose. It's a Global problem.




Girl, 14, raped in 'horrendous' broad daylight attack in London park

The vulnerable girl was assaulted in a secluded part of Avery Hill Park in Greenwich.

A 14-year-old girl was raped in a “horrendous attack” in broad daylight in a London park, police have said.

The teenager was in a secluded part of Avery Hill Park, off Avery Hill Road in Greenwich, when she was attacked between 9am and 1pm on 4 September.

Scotland Yard released images of the man they would like to speak to in connection with the rape.

DC Mark Azariah, of the force’s Child Abuse and Sexual Offences Command, said: “This was a horrendous attack on a vulnerable girl in the middle of the day.

“If you were in and around the area and saw anyone matching the description of the suspect or saw anything suspicious, I would urge you to get in touch.

“Likewise, if you have information about the man wanted for questioning as a result of the images released today, my team are waiting for your call.”...


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OWON: Islamist's?




Parsons Green: Underground blast a terror incident, say police

An "improvised explosive device" was detonated on a Tube train in south-west London during Friday's morning rush hour, injuring 29 people.

The blast, at Parsons Green station on a District Line train from Wimbledon, is being treated as terrorism.

So-called Islamic State says it carried out the attack, which Prime Minister Theresa May condemned as "cowardly".

A hunt is under way for the person who placed the device and the area around the station has been evacuated.

Specialist officers there securing the remains of the improvised device and ensuring it is stable...


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OWON: This Islamist filth have attacked the London Tube again.

If the people had a vote the lot would be sent home.




'A fireball singed all my hair': What Parsons Green terror attack witnesses saw

Dozens if witness to the Parsons Green terror attack have described the horror of seeing victims pulled out of the station covered in blood.

Speaking outside the west London Tube station this morning, passengers told how they fled in terror after a blast sent a "fireball" and a "wall of flame" through a packed train.

Emergency services including armed police rushed to the scene at Parsons Green station after being alerted at around 8.20am on Friday.

Pictures posted on social media also appeared to show a flaming bucket inside a plastic carrier bag on the floor of a carriage...


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OWON: Some needs Jaws wired more than Statins.




All over-40s should have a diabetes check, with millions put on diet, says health watchdog

Every single person aged 40 and over should be offered an NHS diabetes check, with millions ordered to go on strict diets by GPs, under new plans.

New recommendations from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (Nice) say “intensive lifestyle change programmes” will be routinely offered to those whose weight or habits is jeopardising their health.

Almost five million people identified as at risk of diabetes should be offered slimming classes, fitness sessions and lifestyle coaching, with places prioritised for 1.7 million people whose blood sugar levels puts them in greatest danger.

To find them, every person aged 40 and over should be offered an assessment of their health and family history, along with millions more patients as young as 25 whose ethnic group heightens their risk.

Nice said the NHS checks should be carried out in workplaces, shops, and libraries, as well as in thousands of GP surgeries, pharmacies and opticians. And it said the public should be encouraged to take their own assessments, using an online tool.

Health officials said around five million people without diabetes are currently in danger of developing it, because their blood sugar levels have crept up to at least 5.5 mmol/l...


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OWON: Jeez, I bet he shat himself. Boys and their toys? No sense it seems.




Body of FT journalist presumed killed by crocodile found in Sri Lanka

Paul McClean, 24, had been taking surfing lessons when he was pulled into a lagoon, say witnesses.

The body of a British journalist believed to have been killed by a crocodile has been found in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan police said the body of 24-year-old Paul McClean, who worked for the Financial Times, had been recovered a day after he was seen being dragged into a lagoon by a crocodile.

James Lamont, the FT’s managing editor, said: “Our thoughts are with his family, friends and loved ones. We are in touch with them, doing all we can to help during this difficult time.”

Lamont described McClean as “a talented, energetic and dedicated young journalist” who had “a great career ahead of him at the FT”.

Divers found McClean’s body in the mud of a lagoon in the coastal village of Panama, 225 miles (360km) east of the capital, Colombo. “There were six or seven wounds on his right leg,” a police official told the Agence France-Presse news agency. “The body was stuck in mud at about the same place where he was seen last by some others who were with him.”

A postmortem examination later on Friday will formally establish the cause of death...

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