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Mark Richt: It's 'Not in the Plans' to Return to Coaching After Leaving Miami

Former Miami Hurricanes and Georgia Bulldogs head coach Mark Richt said Saturday he doesn't expect to make a return to the sideline after he announced his retirement in December...
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North Korea calls Biden a ‘rabid dog’ who should be ‘beaten to death with a stick’
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea called former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden a “rabid dog” that “must be beaten to death with a stick” in its latest swipe against foreign and political leaders it sees as hostile to the North’s leadership. The commentary by Pyongyang’s official Korean Central News Agency said the U.S. presidential...
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South Africa's SAA workers start strike that could cripple airline
Workers at South African Airways (SAA) downed tools on Friday in a strike over wages and job cuts that has forced the troubled state-owned carrier to cancel all flights and left its future hanging in the balance.
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Florida woman bit boyfriend’s penis ‘out of frustration:’ cops
A Florida woman allegedly bit her boyfriend’s penis and threatened him with a knife after she accused him of wanting to have sex with another woman, a report said. The alleged assault happened during an hours-long drinking session in Miami Beach that ended on Wednesday at about 3 a.m., a local NBC affiliate reported. Esperanza...
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Panama vs. Mexico: Live Stream, TV Schedule for 2019 CONCACAF Nations League
Mexico can book their semi-final spot in the 2019 CONCACAF Nations League on Friday with a good result against Panama in Group B. El Tri lead the group with two wins from two matches and sit three points ahead of Panama and Bermuda...
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MotoGP Grand Prix of Valencia 2019: Race Schedule, Live Stream and Top Riders
The curtain will come down on the 2019 MotoGP season on Sunday, with Valencia the final stop of the campaign...
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Germany vs. Belarus: Euro 2020 Qualifying Odds, Live Stream, TV Info
Germany continue their UEFA 2020 European Championship qualifying campaign against Belarus on Saturday. Joachim Low's side sit in second place in Group C, with the Netherlands ...
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Russia vs. Belgium: Euro 2020 Qualifying Odds, Live Stream, TV Info
Belgium and Russia will play their penultimate UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier in Group I on Saturday, with the Red Devils on course to complete a perfect run in qualifying...
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‘A little out of touch’: the quest to find Joe Biden's millennial supporters
Young people are getting Bernie Sanders tattoos and Andrew Yang even has his own ‘Yang Gang’ – but at Biden rallies, the youth vote is conspicuously absentYoung people like Bernie Sanders. They flock to his rallies and tattoo his spectacles on to body parts. Young people like Elizabeth Warren – just take a look at the memes. Pete Buttigieg, despite his unradical, centrist policies and general air of clean-shirtedness, draws out the youth. Andrew Yang’s “Yang Gang” are an often youthful phenomenon of their own.Joe Biden? Not so much. Continue reading...
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USA vs. Canada: Odds, Live Stream, TV Schedule for 2019 CONCACAF Nations League
The United States Men's National Team will have the chance to gain quick revenge over Canada, as the two sides meet in the CONCACAF Nations League on Friday...
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Yovanovitch to tell inquiry of a US state department afraid to cross Trump
Recalled Ukraine ambassador to testify on revenge campaignYovanovitch says state department failed to support herFear of crossing Donald Trump prompted senior state department officials to withhold support from embattled diplomats overseas, undermining the conduct of US foreign policy abroad, a witness was expected to tell impeachment investigators on Friday. Related: Nancy Pelosi says Trump's actions toward Ukraine amount to 'bribery' Continue reading...
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‘I Never Felt Alone.’ Brett Kavanaugh Opens Up About His Confirmation Process
America's newest Supreme Court Justice let his guard down in his first major speech since he was confirmed just over a year ago.
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NFL Must Suspend Myles Garrett for Rest of Season After Brutal on-Field Fight
Myles Garrett lost his damn mind as the Cleveland Browns' secured a 21-7 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football , and the only logical repercussion is a season-ending suspension being handed down by NFL officials...
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A federal judge ruled that New Jersey-born, ISIS-bride Hoda Muthana is not a US citizen
ABC News A federal judge on Thursday ruled that Hoda Muthana, a 25-year-old woman born in New Jersey who joined ISIS in 2014, is not a US citizen.  Hoda Muthana is currently staying in a refugee camp in Syria with her young son. Her family sued the US government in order to have Muthana and her son recognized as US citizens so they could return home.  On Thursday, the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that there was sufficient evidence to indicate that Muthana was born while her father held diplomatic status in the US.  The Department of Justice has said that because Muthana's father, a former Yemeni diplomat, was under diplomatic protection at the time of her birth, she did not obtain US citizenship by birth.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A federal judge on Thursday ruled that Hoda Muthana, a 25-year-old woman born in New Jersey who joined ISIS in 2014, is not a US citizen.  Judge Reggie B. Walton of the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia dismissed a lawsuit brought forward by Muthana's family in the hopes of retrieving her and her 2-year-old son from a refugee camp in Syria. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:Veterans who served alongside the Kurds say Trump set a dangerous precedent abandoning American alliesTrump keeps contradicting the Pentagon about whatever it is the US is doing with Syria's oilTrump plan to save Syria's oil is shaping up to be a public-relations dumpster fireSEE ALSO: American ISIS bride's father files lawsuit to have the US recognize her as a citizen and return her to the country immediately
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Flu sidelines red-hot Kaapo Kakko
TAMPA, Fla. — Turns out that all the swagger that Kaapo Kakko was accumulating also got him the flu. The Rangers 18-year-old rookie was a late scratch for the team’s awful 9-3 loss to the Lightning on Thursday night. “He’s just battling the flu,” coach David Quinn said, after Kakko took warm-ups and then was...
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Brian Kenny talks Gerrit Cole’s mega-worth, working with Joe Girardi
MLB Network host Brian Kenny talks with The Post’s Justin Terranova about free agency, working next to Joe Girardi and the life of a general manger as the hot stove warms up. Q: How much are we looking at for Gerrit Cole? A: Maybe getting to $35 million-$40 million per year, depending on the length,...
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Stephen Colbert roasts Republicans' claim the impeachment hearings are 'boring'
After the first televised impeachment hearings into Donald Trump and Ukraine on Wednesday, some people came away from watching highly respected U.S. officials add more damning evidence to an already-teetering pile wondering why they didn't get a bit more of the ol' razzle dazzle. Republicans' new line, after weeks of demanding public hearings, switched to a puerile cry of "Boringgggg!" with Kellyanne Conway saying it was "just a bunch of gossip girls." As Stephen Colbert noted in his monologue Wednesday night, Gossip Girl was a very successful show, even if the ending left something to be desired. (Also, 13 million people watched the hearings; only 11 million watched the CMAs that same night.) Read more...More about Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Impeachment, Kellyanne Conway, Gossip Girl, and Entertainment
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Second-half swoon extends Nets’ misery
DENVER — The Nets wasted a red-hot first half with an ice-cold second. And when it was over, they had a 101-93 defeat Thursday before a crowd of 18,394 at Pepsi Center, their third straight loss. After an embarrassing blowout in Phoenix, now the Nets (4-7) have played just well enough to lose gut-wrenching games...
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Man detained for eating sandwich at BART station intends to sue
San Francisco Bay Area transit system has 45 days to respond to initial claim; man's lawyer says case "smacks of racial profiling and selective law enforcement'
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Five film highlights from the 2019 Kendal Mountain Festival
What’s better on a chill November night than watching inspiring adventures? We pick impressive, and moving, films from among more than 100 at this year’s eventFrom a Siberian slackliner who tiptoes across a line slung 100 metres above Lake Baikal to a champion free-diver with seemingly superhuman breath-holding powers, the 2019 Kendal Mountain Festival – taking place this weekend (14-17 November) in the Lake District market town – features extraordinary tales of bravery and endurance. But, among the more extreme stories, there are also tales of the healing power of nature and inspiring stories of women adventurers, older athletes and disabled outdoors lovers.Here are five highlights from the 103 films being shown over the weekend. Next year the film festival will go on tour, with Kendal film nights running in 22 locations from February to June. Continue reading...
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Browns star Myles Garrett called hitting Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet 'foolish' and 'embarrassing' but did not apologize
NFL Network "Thursday Nigth Football" ended with an ugly brawl and Cleveland Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet. Garrett was ejected and is facing a lengthy suspension. After the game, Garrett called the act "foolish" and "embarrassing" but did not apologize for his actions. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Cleveland Browns beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 21-7, on "Thursday Night Football," but the big story is the brawl that ended the game and star defender Myles Garrett hitting Steelers quarterback in the head with his helmet. After the game, Garrett was asked about the play and the lengthy suspension he is likely facing. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:Baker Mayfield rips teammate Myles Garrett for hitting Mason Rudolph in head with his helmet'Thursday Night Football' ends with an ugly brawl and star defender Myles Garrett hitting QB Mason Rudolph in the head with a helmetBaker Mayfield asked Browns fans to be quieter after the noise caused brutal false start penalty
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Paul George Says He Was 'Terrible' in Clippers Debut Despite Scoring 33 Points
Los Angeles Clippers forward Paul George has a high personal standard based on his postgame comments Thursday following his 33-point effort against the New Orleans Pelicans...
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Michigan woman sues after priest criticizes son’s suicide during his funeral
The mother of a Michigan teenager who killed himself is suing the Archdiocese of Detroit after a priest questioned whether her son would go to heaven.
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I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry review – move over Simon Cowell, here's Charli XCX!
Netflix’s new reality show follows a girl group primed for stardom by the pop rebel – and you will be hopelessly sucked in by their spectacular tiffsHistorically, girl bands have been put together and managed by middle-aged men, often resulting in the gruesome situation of young women being told what to do, say and wear by those men in order to make the men as much money as possible. As much as I’m With the Band: Nasty Cherry (Netflix) is a fairly standard X Factor setup – a mentor develops a fledgling act, drawing on their own industry experience – it does, at least, offer a glimmer of a fresh take. The six-part show follows the progress of “alt-pop” group Nasty Cherry, who have been flung together by Charli XCX and her best friend and the band’s manager, Emmie Lichtenberg, from when they move into a house together to when they play their first live show, four months later.The aesthetic is a riotous clash of Big Brother meets Drag Race meets Spice World, yet the mood is peculiarly mumblecore. Each episode is about 10 minutes too long, because there is so much lingering on the day-to-day business of the women simply existing. Charli loves eating in bed and has a wedgie. Debbie the drummer can’t open bottles. It becomes her thing, her USP: at one point, she hides from the cameras, laughing, because she doesn’t want her inability to open a wine bottle shown on television. This is an era in which everything from breakfast to sunset is broadcast for an audience: perhaps this is the content we deserve. Continue reading...
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks cheered by trade deal hopes but caution prevails
Asian stocks jumped on Friday, lifted by White House comments that suggested the possibility of an imminent trade deal between Washington and Beijing, which revived hopes that their tariff war may be nearing an end.
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Friday briefing: Free broadband or a high street revival?
Tories announce plan to revive neglected towns … Labour pledges free fast internet for all … Rudy Giuliani jokes about ‘insurance’ against TrumpGood morning and welcome to your morning wrap of the news. The parties have rolled out some eye-catching election pledges. Our live coverage of the day’s political news is up and running. In other news, impeachment procedures against Donald Trump are picking up pace. Continue reading...
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CNN Talk Asia Siya Kolisi Trailer
Siya Kolisi made history in Japan as the first black man to captain his team to victory at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Watch Talk Asia Wed. 16:30 xHKT.
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Myles Garrett after helmet-swing fiasco: ‘I lost my cool. It’s on me’
Myles Garrett is instantly regretting his helmet-swinging actions. The defensive end ripped off Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and hit him with it in the head in the final seconds as the Browns’ 21-7 win over the Steelers on Thursday night ended with a wild brawl between the rivals. Garrett faces a likely suspension, and...
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Google Search can now teach you how to pronounce tricky words
A new feature baked into Google Search shows you how to pronounce difficult or unusual words. It’ll even offer feedback if you practice the pronunciation by speaking it into the microphone.
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'We saw a double sunrise': London-Sydney flight touches down after 19 hours
Qantas Dreamliner lands as part of trial for what would be the longest commercial routeA Qantas flight from London to Sydney has touched down safely after 19 hours and 19 minutes, as part of a trial for what would be the world’s longest-ever commercial route.The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner took off on Thursday morning UK time and landed in Sydney at lunchtime on Friday. “We saw a double sunrise,” Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said after stepping off the flight. Qantas named the effort “Project Sunrise” after the airline’s endurance flights during the second world war. Continue reading...
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Trail Blazers' Carmelo Anthony Gamble Makes More Sense Than You Think
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Portland Trail Blazers have nothing to lose. Neither, at this point, does Carmelo Anthony. In that way, a future Hall of Famer without a home and a reeling Western Conference would-be contender are a perfect match...
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Latin Grammys 2019: Here are the night's biggest winners
Here's who won Thursday night at the 20th Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas.       
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Deere workers grapple with fallout from Trump's trade war
Devin Spencer has been on edge ever since Deere & Co. laid off dozens of his colleagues at its Harvester Works plant in western Illinois due to dwindling demand for farm combines.
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UPDATE 1-US defense chief rejects Amazon's accusations of bias in cloud contract
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Friday rejected any suggestion of bias in a Pentagon decision to award Microsoft Corp an up to $10 billion cloud computing contract, after Amazon.com Inc announced plans to challenge it.
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Texas teen beaten by teacher on video says she's afraid to return to school
A 16-year-old high school student says she is afraid to return to the classroom where video footage showed a substitute teacher brutally beating her last week.
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Pentagon's Esper says crucial South Korea pay more for U.S. troops
U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper pressed South Korea on Friday to pay more for the cost of stationing U.S. troops in the country and to maintain an intelligence-sharing pact with its other Asian ally Japan that Seoul is about to let lapse.
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NFL players, legends sound off on Myles Garrett helmet attack
Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett hitting the Steelers’ Mason Rudolph in the head with the quarterback’s own helmet during a wild fight to close out Cleveland’s win on Thursday night brought plenty of reaction from NFL players and others on Twitter. Here are some:
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Hong Kong and China condemn attack on justice secretary as protests paralyze city
The Chinese and Hong Kong governments condemned on Friday an attack by a "violent mob" on the city's justice secretary in London, the first direct altercation between demonstrators and a government minister during months of often violent protests.
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Nikola Jokic Double-Doubles, Outduels Kyrie Irving to Lead Nuggets Past Nets
They may be somewhat under the radar, but the Denver Nuggets look like one of the best NBA teams in the early going...
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Hong Kong's cash pool tightens as Alibaba primes for $13 billion listing
Alibaba Group's $13.4 billion Hong Kong listing is shrinking cash levels in the protest-wracked financial hub, with short-term borrowing costs shooting back towards a decade-high marked in July.
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General election: Corbyn talks free broadband as Johnson launches campaign bus – live news
Labour leader will announce internet plan in speech in Lancaster, while prime minister is in OldhamSign up to the morning briefingBoris Johnson announces spending package for neglected townsLabour pledges free broadband for all homes and firms in UK 6.02am GMT Good morning and welcome to our live coverage of the day’s political news. I’m Kate Lyons and will be with you on the liveblog for the first hour or so of the day, before I hand over to my excellent colleagues. As usual, you can get in touch with your questions, thoughts, witticisms etc on Twitter or email (kate.lyons@theguardian.com).It’s a big day for promises as both Labour and the Conservatives roll out big-spending, crowd-pleasing election pledges. Continue reading...
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Armada portraits of Elizabeth I on show together for first time
Three famous portraits of triumphant queen to be united at Greenwich Three surviving versions of one of the most famous portraits of British history – showing a triumphant Elizabeth I after the defeat of the Spanish Armada – are to go on display together for the first time.Royal Museums Greenwich said the three paintings had been brought together for technical research and conservation, but had never been publicly exhibited together in their 430-year history. Continue reading...
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'A funny accent draws bare attention': how regional rappers stormed the charts
London used to rule UK rap – but now the biggest hits are from outside the M25. Manchester’s Aitch, Coventry’s Jay1 and Leicester’s Trillary Banks explain whyIf someone comes to visit London, it’s only ever a matter of minutes before they mention the price of two things: houses and alcoholic beverages. Even if they’re a successful rapper with sell-out tours and Top 20 hits under their belt, they will still be horrified. “Look at the house prices – it’s way cheaper in Cov,” notes Coventry’s Jay1. “London is expensive, man.” He gestures at his passionfruit daiquiri. “It probably cost £10 for this!” Yep, not far off.The oppressive price of cocktails is one of many reasons why the UK’s rap scene is currently flourishing beyond London. Core styles such as grime and drill emerged from the capital, as have the vast majority of the most significant British rappers of the past 20 years: Dizzee Rascal, J Hus, Wiley and Kano from the east; AJ Tracey and Fredo from the west; Skepta, JME and Wretch 32 from the north; Stormzy, Dave and Giggs from the south. The Streets’ Mike Skinner may have kept his Brummie accent, but he had already left Birmingham by the time his debut was out. Continue reading...
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The 'female pirate printer' who creates fashion from manhole covers
Artist Emma-France Raff decorates clothing and tote bags guerilla-style in the street using ink, a roller and manhole covers as her printing pressAll photographs by Orpheas TziagidisIt’s not often “manhole covers” and “fashion” are uttered in the same sentence, but for Emma-France Raff, these functional metal structures have a distinct charm.So much so that she scours the streets of cities for ones with intricate details and textures which she uses as a printing press - painting them with ink and transferring their designs onto t-shirts, hoodies and bags. Continue reading...
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CIA risks sliding back into illegal torture methods, warns real-life star of The Report
Daniel Jones, the Senate investigator who inspired Amazon film, says Barack Obama’s failure to confront CIA could spell return to dark daysThe author of the Senate report on CIA torture, dramatised in a new film released on Friday, has said the failure to punish those responsible makes it more likely the US could again resort to illegal and ineffective interrogation techniques.As chief investigator for the Senate intelligence committee, Daniel Jones spent five years poring over internal CIA accounts of the agency’s “enhanced interrogation techniques” programme adopted in the “war on terror”, which Congress demanded to see after it emerged that agency officials had destroyed videotapes of the brutal questioning of terrorist suspects. Continue reading...
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How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue
Over 20 years, the debate about freedom of movement has become skewed by a hostile narrative. By Rachel ShabiFew chance encounters have had a greater political impact than Gordon Brown’s fateful meeting with Gillian Duffy on an April morning in Rochdale in 2010. When the then prime minister was caught on a hot mic calling the Labour-voting pensioner a “bigoted woman” – after she cornered him with complaints about immigrants “flocking” into Britain – it did not just sink his floundering campaign. It set the tone for the way immigration would become the most toxic issue in British politics for the decade to come.When New Labour came to power in 1997, just 3% of the public cited immigration as a key issue. By the time of the EU referendum in 2016, that figure was 48%. During those intervening years, the issue came to dominate and distort British politics – exactly according to the script established by Bigotgate. Brown’s gaffe both consolidated and gave credence to a political coding that would shape everything that came after: the “hostile environment”, the Windrush scandal, the EU referendum and the revival of Britain’s far right – deploying a narrative in which sneering, out-of-touch, big-city politicians who favour foreigners and open borders are hopelessly oblivious to the struggles and the so-called “legitimate concerns” of ordinary working people (who, in this scenario, are always white). Continue reading...
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The Tories can’t win without the press. This isn’t how democracy works | Gary Younge
The power of the rightwing press has corroded public debate. But we can do more than just complain about itIn February 2016, a few months before the referendum, Donald Tusk published the European Council’s draft plans for renegotiating Britain’s relationship with the EU. David Cameron was prepared for the possibility that Tusk’s response would be less than he hoped for – it was a negotiation, after all. But what really shocked the then prime minister were the front pages the next day. “Cameron’s EU deal is a joke”, said the Daily Express; “The great delusion”, barked the Daily Mail; “Ministers defy PM on Europe”, claimed the Telegraph; while the Sun went with “Who do EU think EU are kidding, Mr Cameron?”, which compared the offer to a “steaming pile of manure”.“The Tories [in the leadership of the remain camp] were about to run a referendum campaign based on a playbook … for winning elections in an environment where the print media was sympathetic,” writes Tim Shipman in his book All Out War. “But this time their natural allies were hostile.” Senior Tories were not used to having their arguments distorted, the facts so hideously disfigured in their opponent’s favour that they were unrecognisable, or blatant falsehoods by the opposition taken seriously. These were not only rules of engagement to which they were unaccustomed – they were rules under which they could not compete. “It pains me to say it,” a member of Cameron’s team told Shipman, “but if the Mail, Sun and the Telegraph had been for ‘In’ we would have romped home.” Continue reading...
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Labour knew austerity was wrong. Now, at last, it also has a vision for growth | Mariana Mazzucato
In adopting the Green New Deal, the party has a plan for a more inclusive economy. And even the Tories have done a U-turnMany people want this election to be about whether Brexit will solve or exacerbate the problems the UK faces. But most of these problems were born inside the UK’s borders, and long predate the Brexit referendum.This week’s growth figures showed a 0.3% rise in GDP in the last quarter, removing the immediate threat of a UK recession. Yet, a decade after the global financial crisis, the British economy remains weak and unbalanced. Economic growth remains highly dependent on consumption fuelled by private debt, rather than investment. The financial sector has largely retreated from funding the real economy, and today more than 80% of its revenue is channelled into the finance, insurance and real estate (“fire”) sectors. Continue reading...
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Cleveland Browns brawl against Pittsburgh Steelers, win 21-7
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett ripped off Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet and hit him with it in the final seconds of the game
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