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THE GUARDIAN – Apr 11 – Match.com has come under fire for suggesting red hair and freckles are “imperfections” in its new ad on billboards in tube in London. Read More….
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David Cameron met with the editors of the Sun, the Telegraph and the Mail on Sunday in the two weeks prior to a government announcement delaying the controversial imposition of costs on the newspaper industry. Despite promising to put the victims of press abuse ahead of proprietors several times during the phone-hacking scandal, Cameron failed to meet the victims of press abuse during this time. Earlier this week, victims of press abuse including Gerry and Kate McCann, Christopher Jefferies and the Hillsborough families called on the prime minister to deliver on promises made during the phone-hacking scandal to improve press regulation. Evan Harris, executive director of Hacked Off, said the prime minister “must have forgotten his promises to the victims of his press friends’ misconduct” by “spending so much time with his old friends in the press”. Separately, John Whittingdale, the culture secretary who announced the surprise delay on October 19, held nine meetings with editors or proprietors in the six weeks prior to the announcement, including a round table with 10 senior representatives of the local newspaper industry. Whittingdale met with victims of press abuse but not until weeks after he announced the delay to proposed costs, which were […]
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Whanganui residents have criticised the actions of a police officers who shot dead a cow causing chaos in the streets of of the city this morning.
“It was dangerous for the police to be shooting with kids walking to school grab,” said another Whanganui resident.
However, the Royal New Zealand SPCA says police were within their rights to take down the cow in the interests of public safety.
Ric Odom, CEO of the RNZSPCA, says the officer made a quick decision when dealing with the runaway cow and was not able to wait for animal control to arrive.
Mr Odom says the fact the cow was shot multiple times is something the RNZSPCA would be concerned about but under these circumstances it appears the officer made the right decision for public safety.
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