Facebook appeals against Cambridge Analytica fine
BBC News, 21 November at 19:28
Facebook has appealed against a fine imposed on it by the UK's data watchdog after the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The social network says that because the regulator found no evidence that UK users' personal data had been shared inappropriately, the ...
A fairly transparent and possibly futile attempt at self-preservation
The Guardian, 21 November at 18:56
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor may be grabbing the headlines, but he certainly isn't the only handsomely remunerated football chief clinging to power. Over in Ireland, well-paid people have long been wondering what exactly it is that FAI blazer-in
Nearly 85000 Yemeni children died from hunger and disease during civil war, aid group says
PBS NewsHour, 21 November at 18:07
CAIRO — A leading international aid group said Wednesday that an estimated 85,000 Yemeni children under the age of 5 may have died of hunger and disease since the outbreak of the country's civil war in 2015. Save the Children based its figures on ...
Theresa May's mixed messages over 'no deal' Brexit at heated PMQs
Sky News, 21 November at 17:48
Jeremy Corbyn accuses the PM of presiding over a "shambles" while Theresa May responded by saying he "hasn't got a first clue". 14:47, UK, Wednesday 21 November 2018. Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May 2:59 ...
Trump thanks Saudis for lower oil price, doubling down on defense of kingdom
CNBC, 21 November at 17:45
President Donald Trump on Wednesday doubled down on his defense of Saudi Arabia, thanking the kingdom for helping to keep a lid on oil prices, amid bipartisan criticism for his statement on the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. On Tuesday ...
Jacob Rees Mogg to be PM? Will Mogg OUST May or will he be STUCK on the backbench?
Express.co.uk, 21 November at 17:38
Theresa May's Brexit deal has faced fierce criticism from within her own Government, triggering several resignations within her Cabinet. As well as resignations, several members of the European Research Group headed by Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg have ...
British academic Matthew Hedges sentenced to life in prison after arrest in Dubai for 'spying'
ABC News, 21 November at 17:32
A British academic has been sentenced to life in prison in the United Arab Emirates on charges he was spying for the United Kingdom — a verdict that Britain described as shocking as it urged the Middle East country to reconsider its decision.
Rep of Ireland to do what every relegation-threatened team does…
Football365.com, 21 November at 17:30
Send your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org. Where next for Ireland Last night while driving home from work Ireland's world cup song from Italia 90 came on the radio. It is the best football song ever and brought me back to the year I was 21 and
'Maybe he did and maybe he didn't!' Trump says US will stand by Saudis despite Khashoggi murder
USA TODAY, 21 November at 17:14
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Tuesday delivered a full-throated defense of Saudi Arabia and cast doubt on a U.S. intelligence assessment that the kingdom's crown prince knew about the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi ...
British academic jailed for life in United Arab Emirates on spying charges
Washington Post, 21 November at 17:08
LONDON — The British government warned Wednesday of “repercussions” after a British academic was sentenced to life in prison in the United Arab Emirates, which accused him of spying for Britain. Matthew Hedges, a 31-year-old student at Durham ...
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