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Jeremy Corbyn: boy lying on hospital floor is a political issue

Labour leader says patients being put at risk by lack of equipment and staff shortages

Jeremy Corbyn has insisted the experience of a four-year-old boy having to lie on a hospital floor while he waited for a bed is a political issue.

A photograph of Jack Williment-Barr, who was waiting for treatment for suspected pneumonia at Leeds General infirmary, was published by the Daily Mirror and circulated on social media.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 10:22:04 GMT
Aung San Suu Kyi in court as genocide hearing opens in The Hague

World’s failure to act over Myanmar is ‘stain on collective conscience’, court told

The international community’s failure to act over allegations of genocide perpetrated by Myanmar’s military against the Rohingya people is a “stain on the collective conscience” of the world, the international court of justice in the Hague has been told.

Abubacarr Marie Tambadou, the Gambia’s attorney general and justice minister, said as he opened his country’s case against Myanmar: “I stand before you to awaken the conscience of the world and arouse the voice of the international community. In the words of Edmund Burke, ‘The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing’.”

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 11:36:31 GMT
White Island volcano: police open inquiry as sixth person dies

New Zealand police say no one still alive on island, and more injured people may die

New Zealand police have launched an investigation into the eruption of the White Island volcano, as further details emerged of the scale of the disaster in which at least six people died and a further eight are feared to have perished.

“I would strongly suggest that there is no one that has survived on the island,” the New Zealand police deputy commissioner, John Tims, said in Wellington.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 09:34:40 GMT
Islamist extremism remains dominant UK terror threat, say experts

London Bridge attack shows huge challenge remains after focus on far-right in past year

The attack on London Bridge shows the Islamist threat remains strong in the UK, counter-terrorism and counter-extremism experts have said, warning against complacency.

The murder of Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones on 29 November by Usman Khan was the first fatal Islamist terror incident in two years.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 11:57:40 GMT
Grenfell firefighter who revoked 'stay put' policy made LFB chief

Andy Roe replaces Dany Cotton as commissioner of London Fire Brigade

The senior firefighter who revoked the order for Grenfell Tower residents to stay in the burning tower block has been appointed commissioner of the London fire brigade after Dany Cotton was forced out last week.

Andy Roe, a former army officer and a firefighter with 17 years’ experience, was the most senior incident commander during the 14 June 2017 disaster. He revoked the ‘stay put’ policy which has been blamed for costing lives as soon as he took control at 2.47am.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 12:01:25 GMT
Falklands war veteran wins apology over LGBT ban

Joe Ousalice was discharged in 1993 because of ban on LGBT people serving in armed forces

A British Falklands war veteran has been given his medals back and received an apology from the Ministry of Defence after being forced out of the navy over his sexuality.

Joe Ousalice, 68, had served in the navy for nearly 18 years when he was discharged in 1993 because of a ban on LGBT people serving in the armed forces.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 09:16:53 GMT
Vladimir Putin signals Russia will appeal against four-year Wada ban
• Russian president indicates there are ‘reasons to appeal’
• Country has 21 days to respond to proposed sanctions

Russian president Vladimir Putin has said his country have ’reason to appeal’ against the four-year ban imposed by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Wada’s executive committee unanimously accepted a recommendation from its independent compliance review committee on Monday to impose sanctions on Russia.

They include barring teams under a Russian flag from competing at the Olympic and Paralympic Games of 2020 and 2022 and the football World Cup in 2022, among other global sporting events. The country would also be blocked from hosting international sporting competitions. Individual athletes may be able to compete in events if they can prove they are not implicated or affected by the manipulated laboratory data which led to the sanctions being imposed.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 10:54:38 GMT
Yeovil hospital admits liability over woman operated on while conscious

Woman says she was left with PTSD and nightmares after procedure at Yeovil hospital

A hospital has admitted liability after a woman reported being operated on while conscious, leaving her with post-traumatic stress disorder, lawyers have said.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, said she screamed in agony when a surgeon cut into her belly button during an operation at Yeovil hospital.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 12:04:46 GMT
Gunman shoots dead six in Czech hospital then kills himself

Attack in hospital waiting room in Ostrava is deadliest mass shooting in country since 2015

A gunman has killed six people in a hospital waiting room in the eastern Czech city of Ostrava before fleeing and fatally shooting himself.

It was the worst shooting in the Czech Republic, where gun crime is relatively rare, since a man shot eight people dead and then killed himself at a restaurant in Uherský Brod in 2015.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 12:06:17 GMT
UK economy flatlines in run-up to general election

Latest GDP figures for October show falls in manufacturing and construction industries

Britain’s economy stalled in the three months to October following steep falls in the manufacturing and construction industries, according to the last official economic data before voters head to the polls on Thursday.

The Office for National Statistics said its monthly assessment found that a broad swathe of the UK’s industrial sectors struggled in the autumn months to leave GDP growth at zero.

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Tue, 10 Dec 2019 11:35:06 GMT




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