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„Polizeiruf“-Inspektor - Dürfen Polizisten kiffen?

„Polizeiruf“-Inspektor zum Fall „Heimatliebe“: Dürfen Polizisten kiffen? In „Heimatliebe“ müssen die Kommissare Lenski und Raczek auf einem Bauernhof in Polen ermitteln. Die wichtigsten Fragen zum Fall.
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Giants’ task vs. Bills starts with cleaning up the secondary
Yes, indeed, there is a difference between urgency and panic, as the Giants insisted this week leading into their Week 2 matchup with the Bills — a home opener that has the feel of a double-parked car with the meter patrolman in the area and heading in your direction. That the Giants were competitive for...
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Yankees’ J.A. Happ could get a start in Angels series
TORONTO — Manager Aaron Boone said J.A. Happ could start Thursday against the Angels at Yankee Stadium, but wasn’t certain about the left-hander, who received a cortisone shot in his left biceps Friday. “I’m thinking probably Thursday but not sure,’’ Boone said of Happ who last worked this past Thursday in the first game of...
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Saudi, Gulf stocks fall after attack on Aramco oil plants
Saudi stocks plunged 2.3% as the market opened on Sunday, after attacks on two plants at the heart of the kingdom's oil industry a day earlier knocked out more than half of Saudi crude output.
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Tropical Storm Humberto is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane Sunday
The Bahamas missed the brunt of Tropical Storm Humberto, which is expected to become a hurricane Sunday.
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Brexit minister Barclay says UK making progress on exit deal, but significant work remains
Britain is making progress towards a Brexit deal but significant work remains to be done, Brexit minister Stephen Barclay told Sky News on Sunday.
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Mickey Callaway: Jacob deGrom should win Cy Young again
In a muddled National League Cy Young award race, Jacob deGrom could be considered the front runner. “There’s some strong points we can all make that deGrom is leading this race,” manager Mickey Callaway said before the Mets’ 3-0 victory over the Dodgers on Saturday. DeGrom’s stock rose even further with a three-hit shutout over...
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Saudi's full oil supply could take weeks to resume - source
Saudi Arabia's return to its full oil supply capacity after Saturday's attacks on Aramco oil plants could take "weeks not days", a source close to the matter told Reuters on Sunday.
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Pomp, thin crowds and mixed feelings as Robert Mugabe is buried
The bands played but the funeral of Zimbabwe’s ex-president was a strange affair in a divided nationAt just before 11.30am, the thousands of mourners in the vast bowl of Zimbabwe’s national stadium stood and the casket carrying the mortal remains of Robert Gabriel Mugabe began its short journey across the green grass to the podium where it would lie during the long, hot hours of the funeral.A military brass band led the procession. Then came the bereaved family and Mugabe’s successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa, followed by foreign dignitaries, before a small crowd of ministers and officials from the ruling Zanu-PF party. Continue reading...
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Jets’ Marcus Maye wants to be elite safety like Jamal Adams
While Jamal Adams soared, Marcus Maye barely got off the ground. The Jets had high hopes for their two young safeties at this time last year, seeing them as the linchpin of their defense. Adams reached those expectations. He was selected to the Pro Bowl and was named the team’s MVP in his second season....
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25% of households at risk of homelessness are in work
One in four people applying for council support in 2018-19 were in paid work, government data showsOne in four households in England found to be homeless or under threat of homelessness last year were in paid work at the time, an Observer analysis of government figures reveals.Data published last week showed that, of more than 260,000 households facing a homelessness crisis, more than a quarter of applications for council support were made by a household member who was in paid employment at the time. In some areas, the proportion of working households facing losing their homes was much higher, reaching more than half in one council, Rutland in the East Midlands. Continue reading...
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Broncos vs. Bears: Chicago will struggle again
BRONCOS (+2½) over Bears: Customers were pounding Da Bears in Super Bowl futures as if Vegas was about to run out of ticket paper. Chicago’s defense is worthy — but offensive brain trust isn’t, and Mitchell Trubisky has about a year to prove out. The Vinny Testaverde timeline won’t work. Bills (-1¹/₂) over GIANTS: Versus...
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As Jesy Nelson revealed, fame is no defence against toxic online attacks
In choosing to engage with social media, trolling victims fuel a poisonous narrativeThe recent documentary from Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson, Odd One Out, should be placed in a time capsule to show future generations the pain of being a young 21st-century woman dealing with cyberbullying. While social media is a key promotional tool of the pop industry, and fame has a price, this doesn’t excuse the way that Nelson was tortured about her looks and weight. Still, her experience usefully demonstrates how young people – even famous, successful ones – can be tricked into tending their own online misery.There’s nothing original about casual cruelty but these days, it’s turbo-boosted by social media platforms that allow people to unleash darkness, then pop out for a pizza as though nothing has happened. It’s not the spite that’s new – it’s the ease of it, the grotesque lack of accountability. Continue reading...
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Hong Kong protesters on the march after plea to colonial power UK
Thousands of Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters marched under a sea of umbrellas on Sunday after hundreds had sung "God Save the Queen" outside the British Consulate demanding that the former colonial power ensures China honours the city's freedoms.
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Tunisia seeks new leader to boost economy, fight terror
Tunisians are casting ballots in their North African country’s second democratic presidential election, choosing among 26 candidates for a leader who can safeguard its young democracy and tackle its unemployment and corruption
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Politica
David Cameron’s self-indulgent sorrow doesn’t excuse his cowardice | Will Hutton
The former PM fails to acknowledge that he allowed the Tory party’s ultra right to railroad him into a referendum that did not have to be heldMr Cameron does not know his own country. His apology for “the uncertainty and division that followed” the referendum result is an attempt to keep alive the fiction that it had to be called – only its conduct was mistaken. Wrong. There was no widespread call for a renegotiated relationship with the EU in the country in 2013 when he made his fateful decision. There was only a problem of Tory party management.The needless pain inflicted by severe cuts, along with the reaction to immigration, was always going to make it a hard referendum to win. The ground had to be carefully laid, the referendum carefully framed and a compelling cross-party campaign organised. None of that happened. And too little of that is recognised by our wounded, self-indulgently sorrowful ex-PM. Continue reading...
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Mr. Olympia 2019 Winner: Video, Results and Prize Money for Brandon Curry
Brandon Curry became the 15th man to win the Mr. Olympia title during the weekend, taking the top spot during Saturday's final event. Per Derek Hall at FitnessVolt.com, Curry took home $400,000 of a record-setting $1...
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We must stop Brexit in any form, councillors tell Jeremy Corbyn
Grassroots leaders call for a decisive stance to stay in EU and deliver a radical new manifestoJeremy Corbyn has come under growing internal pressure to commit Labour to a unequivocal policy of remaining in the European Union as more than 100 councillors issued a joint warning to the party’s ruling body that any form of Brexit would threaten jobs, public services, workers’ rights and the environment.In a letter to the national executive committee (NEC), which meets this week, the Labour councillors, including several leaders of county and borough councils, called on the party “to campaign unambiguously and energetically for a public vote on Brexit and to endorse a ‘remain and transform’ position in all circumstances”. Continue reading...
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Villanelle designer unveils dresses to die for
Molly Goddard hit the bullseye when the Killing Eve character wore her creations. Her London Fashion Week show displays her talentMolly Goddard is perhaps the first designer in fashion history to find fame by dressing a psychopath. The frothy, bubblegum-pink dress that became synonymous with the character of Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer in Killing Eve, rocketed Goddard from the ranks of promising young British design talent to become a major fashion player.Villanelle struck again at London fashion week on Saturday. Goddard’s 10th collection, shown to a packed house in an art deco leisure centre in central London, gave the fashion crowd more of the voluminous, highlighter-bright dresses which Goddard has made into a phenomenon, and closed with model Edie Campbell wearing a billowing taffeta fuchsia cloud-gown. This season’s Molly Goddard woman is, as always, uninhibited and overdressed. She wears smocked tulle, puffball taffeta or ribbon-gathered calico. With its jelly baby palette and off-kilter silhouette, the look is a riot of deliberately mixed messages. Think Comme des Garcons’ Japanese avant-garde chic crossed with Bonpoint’s deliciously French upscale childrenswear. Continue reading...
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Rugby World Cup 2019: England can win Japan tournament - John Mitchell
England defence coach John Mitchell says the class of 2019 can emulate the heroes of 2003 and win the Rugby World Cup.
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Yankees’ injuries means equation has changed for Giancarlo Stanton
TORONTO — The challenge for the final 12 games of the season is big for the Yankees. They must establish home-field advantage throughout the postseason and incorporate major missing pieces who are returning: pitchers Luis Severino and Dellin Betances, slugger Giancarlo Stanton and catcher Gary Sanchez. It’s a giant jigsaw puzzle. Big names joining big...
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Tim Walker: ‘There’s an extremity to my interest in beauty’
Tim Walker’s glossy, dreamily surreal work has dominated fashion photography for two decades. On the eve of a rare show at the V&A, he talks about inspiration, not working too hard and how he was once sacked by Richard AvedonIt’s 1995 and supermodels are not getting out of bed for less than $10,000. In Richard Avedon’s studio, a converted fire station on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Nadja Auermann and Kristen McMenamy are being shot for the new Versace campaign. Both “supes” are almost 6ft, and their hair has been teased upwards, like a skyline, to add another couple of inches. Their frocks and suits are bold, body-conscious, all shoulders and boobs: the acme of power dressing. Avedon – whom everyone calls “Dick” – sets his large- format, 10x8in plate camera low, shooting upwards, making Auermann and McMenamy seem even more like Amazonian deities.In the background, meanwhile, a skinny, somewhat pasty Englishman, not quite 25, looks on. He is Avedon’s fourth assistant, meaning he defers not only to the photographer but to a third assistant, a second assistant and a studio manager. His main responsibilities are changing light bulbs, emptying wastepaper bins, getting food for everyone. He’s shy and a little dreamy, but he is noticing everything. Continue reading...
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Against very familiar rivals, Jo Swinson will be the wild card of the election | Andrew Rawnsley
The latest defection to their ranks will embolden optimistic Lib Dems to think that we are on the verge of a big realignmentDavid Steel once told a Liberal conference to “go away and prepare for government”. They went away and remained in opposition. Vince Cable once said that he could imagine himself becoming prime minister. Which is where that idea stayed: in his imagination. Nick Clegg did take them into government during the coalition years, an experience that ended with the Lib Dems losing all but eight of the 57 MPs they started with five years earlier.So they have had fair warning about the perils of dreaming of breakthroughs. They usually don’t come true. On the rare occasions when they do, the consequences for the party can be terrible. But dream they always will and never more so than now. Continue reading...
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Solid gold toilet worth over $1 million stolen from Winston Churchill's birthplace
The toilet had only been installed for two days.
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NY Times sparks furor with tweet describing alleged Kavanaugh behavior as 'harmless fun'
The New York Times, under its “New York Times Opinion” Twitter banner, issued an apology late Saturday, saying it had deleted an “offensive” Twitter message promoting a Times article that makes allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
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Politica
Drone attacks on Saudi plant could hit global oil supplies
Explosions halve Saudi output and reduce global production by 5%Global supplies of oil are likely to suffer a “major jolt” following Saturday’s attack by a swarm of explosive drones on the world’s biggest oil processing plant in Saudia Arabia.Major fires engulfed the Abqaiq processing facility and the Khurais oil field after the attack, for which Houthi rebels in Yemen claimed responsibility. They said they launched 10 drones with “intelligence cooperation from people inside Saudi Arabia”, according to the rebel-run Saba news agency. The rebels’ spokesman Yahya Saree said their operations “will expand and would be more painful as long as the Saudi regime continues its aggression and blockade” on Yemen, he said.The fires are now under control at both facilities, Saudi state media said. Continue reading...
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NL Cy Young front-runners put on a show
With Jacob deGrom and Hyun-Jin Ryu squaring off in the second of a three-game series between the Mets and Dodgers, it was bound to be a showcase for two front-runners in the National League Cy Young race. And as far as pitching duels go, they did not disappoint. The Mets’ 3-0 victory over the Dodgers...
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New York Post
How to know if your lawyer is overcharging you
When you hire a lawyer, your chances of overpaying are considerable, according to one legal expert. “There is potentially 10 percent to 30 percent chance of legal bills for overcharging or over-inflation of hours disguised as blocks analyzing this or focusing on that,” said Ryan Loro, president of Philadelphia-based SIB Legal Bill Review, a service...
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New York Post
Mr. Olympia 2019 Results: Final Info for Brandon Curry, Dexter Jackson, More
The 2019 Mr. Olympia competition may have been devoid of major star power, but those in attendance during the weekend came up big, with Brandon Curry taking the win. The favourite finished ahead of William Bonac and Hadi Choopan...
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Vaping Bad: Were 2 Wisconsin Brothers the Walter Whites of THC Oils?
As authorities work to understand the spate of vaping-related lung illnesses, a small-town drug bust offers a closer look at the vast black market for vaping supplies.
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The New York Times
AP PHOTOS: Ex-army chief hoping to be Israel’s next premier
AP PHOTOS: Former Israeli army chief relies less on policy specifics than archetypal image of general-turned-statesmen
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Politica
Iran says U.S. bases and aircraft carriers within range of its missiles: Tasnim
An Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said on Sunday that U.S. bases and aircraft carriers were within range of Iranian missiles, a day after Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi group attacked two Saudi Aramco plants.
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Johnson to tell Juncker: ‘I won’t discuss Brexit extension beyond 31 October’
Prime minister warns Brussels that he will reject any offer of prolonged membership and renews his threat of no dealBoris Johnson will tell the outgoing European commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, on Monday that he will defy a new act of parliament and refuse to discuss or accept any offer to extend the UK’s membership even if a Brexit deal cannot be agreed, Downing Street said last night.The prime minister’s hardline message to Brussels that he will take the UK out of the EU on 31 October, come what may, will enrage MPs from all parties who joined forces last week to force through a new law mandating him to ask the EU to prolong UK membership from the current deadline of 31 October until 31 January next year, to avoid a no-deal outcome. Continue reading...
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Giants should follow Bill Parcell’s formula to beat Bills again
Every so often, a game appears on the schedule that makes you think back to Super Bowl XXV, and how the Giants shocked the Bills and the world when Scott Norwood’s 48-yard field goal sailed wide right. It just so happens it is the Bills who are visiting MetLife Stadium on Sunday, and it just...
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New York Post
Panic breaks out after reports of a shooter at a movie theater in Virginia
Reports of a possible shooter at a mall in Virginia sparked panic Saturday night as people hid in stores and officers searched for a gunman. Hours later, police said they'd found no evidence of a shooting inside the Ballston Quarter mall in Arlington.
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Hollywood’s gender pay gap revealed: male stars earn $1m more per film than women
Disparity is almost the same in 2015 as in 1980, say researchers who call for contracts to be made publicIn the Richard Curtis film Notting Hill, the bumbling stockbroker Bernie, played by Hugh Bonneville, meets Anna Scott, unaware that Julia Roberts’s character is the world’s most famous female actor.Upon learning her profession, he patronisingly commiserates with Anna about the low wages paid to actors, declaring them “a scandal”, and asks how much she received for her last movie. Without missing a beat, Anna replies “$15m”, the actual amount Roberts was paid to do the movie, a rare example of when an actress has earned more than her male counterpart – in this case, Hugh Grant. For a real scandal in acting has always been the huge gender pay gap. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Embattled Israeli PM fights for survival in do-over election
Visibly frantic, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is in the fight of his political life in Tuesday’s elections
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Politica
Taliban revoke ban on Red Cross, provide security guarantees
The Taliban on Sunday revoked their ban on the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Afghanistan and gave a guarantee of security for its staff doing humanitarian work in areas under their control.
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Mr. Olympia 2019 Results: Winner, Highlights, Prize Money and Twitter Reaction
Brandon Curry made good on his status of 2019 Mr. Olympia favourite on Saturday, winning his first ever title. The 36-year-old beat William Bonac to the top spot and the $400,000 main prize, per Derek Hall at FitnessVolt...
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Lifestyle website for Muslim teens is covertly funded by the Home Office
Two SuperSisters employees resign after discovering links to counter-extremism strategyA Muslim online lifestyle platform targeting British teenagers is covertly funded by the Home Office’s counter-extremism programme, the Observer has learned.The revelation about funding of the project has led to a row between its owners, a former Muslim employee and its Muslim audience. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Hightower, Bachmeier lead No. 22 Boise St past Portland St
John Hightower returned a kickoff for a touchdown and caught another, and Hank Bachmeier threw for 238 yards as No. 22 Boise State beat Portland State 45-10       
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'We will not surrender': Hongkongers rally for support outside UK consulate
Protesters call on London to apply pressure on Beijing to uphold ‘one country, two systems’ agreed in 1997Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters have gathered outside the British consulate in Hong Kong, chanting “we will not surrender” as they called on the UK to come to the aid of the former British colony.Demonstrators waved the Union Jack, sang God Save the Queen and chanted “Stand for freedom, stand with Hong Kong,” as they sought to bring attention to their calls for democracy in the semi-autonomous territory, which was handed over to Chinese control in 1997. Continue reading...
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The Testaments by Margaret Atwood review – hints of a happy ending
Atwood’s angry, pacy sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale admits a ray of light into Gilead’s toxic worldThose of us lucky enough to read The Handmaid’s Tale back when it first appeared in 1985 will remember the shock of a novel that felt both claustrophobically precise and shatteringly prescient. The newly born Republic of Gilead, with its abuses and abominations, its hideously misogynistic vocabulary and gruesomely rationalised constraints, was just about far enough from our own world to seem beguiling, but also close enough to feel like a wake-up call.Still, no one could have guessed the extent to which recent history (as well as a superb TV offshoot) would bring it eerily, terrifyingly back into focus. With the implacable rise of the Christian right in the US, never has it felt more urgent for women to guard both their bodies and their reproductive systems against (some) men and the state. Who, after all, is Donald Trump if not Commander Waterford without the charm? And I can’t be the only one who, watching the Trump crowd’s chants of “Lock her up!” or “Send her back!”, found herself thinking of taser-wielding Aunt Lydia and the handmaids’ cries of “Her fault!” when one of their number “confesses” to having been gang-raped? Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
The big picture: America as seen by Robert Frank
Geoff Dyer on the influential American photographer who died last Monday aged 94It’s a common urge to want to go back in time and see or hear a once revolutionary, now iconic work of art as it looked or sounded before it was assimilated into the tradition it appeared to assault. In the case of The Americans by Robert Frank (who died last week, aged 94) this is surprisingly simple. All you have to do is look at the pictures. Even now, more than 60 years later, many of the pictures in the most influential photography book of the postwar period remain hard to fathom. Several of them were shot through windows, but prior ideas of framing and focus had been thrown out of the window.The irony is that the person who had defined what American photographs should look like, Walker Evans, was one of Frank’s supporters; he recommended him for the Guggenheim fellowship that financed the road trip during which Frank took the thousands of images later edited down to the 83 printed in The Americans. Continue reading...
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A new take on old Japan – that's Omori
In this village north of Hiroshima, traditional culture is evolving into a modern idyll, as a talented family revives the fortunes of a quiet backwater One summer’s day 14 years ago, my husband and I and our then two-year-old daughter, Addie, took a fast train, a slow train, a bus and a car to get from Kyoto to a 400-person village called Omori, near the Sea of Japan about 70 miles north of Hiroshima. In a narrow valley amid forested hills, Omori had one main street, few cars and even fewer shops. Most of the people seemed to be around 60 or older and lived in wooden houses, some originally owned by samurai, with tiled roofs and sliding wooden doors. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Jerry Falwell's Liberty University dogged by growing claims of corruption
Trump ally’s political influence may be on the wane as he calls for investigation at evangelical universitySince January 2016, when the head of Liberty University, Jerry Falwell Jr, endorsed Donald Trump for president, the influential evangelical university has been on a fast-track to the heart of American politics. Since being credited with helping Trump earn the loyal support of the Christian right, Falwell has become a regular presence at the White House.Meanwhile, the university, founded in 1971 by his late father, the Rev Jerry Falwell Sr, has expanded exponentially. Under Falwell Jr’s leadership, the Lynchburg, Virginia, not-for-profit university’s assets have reportedly grown from $259m in 2007 to over $3bn and it has more than 100,000 students. Continue reading...
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Politica
From India to Britain, every citizen is harmed by anti-migrant hostility | Kenan Malik
Politicians fan the flames to hide their own failures and erode the liberties of allIn the Indian state of Assam, the authorities are building detention camps for “illegal immigrants”, most of whom are Indian citizens. In South Africa, hundreds of Nigerian workers have been airlifted home as anti-migrant violence spirals out of control.Two different events in two different countries, but each a glimpse of the malevolent trends transforming politics globally. While neither event has received much attention in Britain, consumed as we are by all things Brexit, both throw light upon developments here, too. Continue reading...
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Co-op says it has ‘a heart’. So why send a £12,600 backbill?
One family plans to sell their home to pay, and others are fighting off debt collectors in the wake of a corporate IT failureCo-op Energy describes itself as a “company with a heart” that makes a “real difference in our communities”. It has certainly made a difference to Clive Barber. He and his family are preparing to sell their house to pay a £12,600 electricity bill that arrived out of the blue.It has also made a difference to Kel Harvey and his wife, who are being pursued by a debt collection agency for unexpected arrears totalling £3,700. And to Thomas Wells, who has been paying £100 a month to clear a sudden debt of over £2,000, despite switching to another supplier in 2016. Continue reading...
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UK blackouts raise questions over private sector’s right to profit from power
Energy network companies are under scrutiny after last month’s outage, the worst of its kind in a decadeThere is never a good time for a blackout, but for Britain’s energy companies the timing of last month’s power failure could scarcely have been worse.The best that the owners of the UK’s energy pipes and wires can expect in the coming years is a tighter squeeze on their deflated profits by the industry regulator. A Labour government could support nationalisation. In the meantime, investors are turning their backs on energy network companies. Continue reading...
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