The Priory fined 300k over girl’s death

In sentencing, Judge Mr Justice James Dingemans said no financial penalty he could impose would ever “reflect the loss suffered by Amy’s family”. Speaking outside court, Amy’s mother Tania El-Keria said: “The public’s eye has been firmly opened to what the Priory stand for, profit over safety. “Today is a historic day in our fight for justice for Amy. “Our Amy died in what we know to be a criminally unsafe hospital being run by the Priory.” Image copyright The Priory Group Image caption Amy El-Keria was admitted to the Priory Hospital in Ticehurst a few months before she died In a statement, the charity Inquest, which supported the family, said it was “a historic moment in terms of accountability …

Mitch McConnell Proposes Raising Age For Tobacco Products To 21

Mueller report Thursday morning, Senate Majority Leader telling farmers to plant more hemp. “My legislation will be similar to the current system, where retailers have the responsibility to verify the age of anyone buying tobacco products — we’ll just raise the age from 18 to 21,” McConnell Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation. failed in February amid concerns it might hurt the state’s already shrinking tobacco industry. according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service. may turn out to be more profitable. leader in developing a hemp industry and McConnell has long been a prominent booster. He teamed with Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon earlier this year to ask the e-cigarette use has soared. More than 20 percent of high schoolers vaped …

How to identify a body: the Marchioness disaster and my life in forensic pathology

The long read: In my career, I have investigated many of the UKs worst disasters. Few cases were as harrowing as the sinking of the Marchioness in 1989, which left scores dead and almost impossible to identify I took a call early one Sunday morning in August 1989 to warn me that there had been a disaster. It was during the summer holidays and I was the forensic pathologist in charge of London and the south-east of England. At this stage, no one knew how many bodies there would be but one thing was certain: there would be bodies. The catastrophe had occurred on the River Thames. I waited for more news before setting off; my first stop was the …

Denver airport’s $14.5M taxpayer-funded sign busted after less than 2 years in use: reports

LAX TRAVELERS WARNED ABOUT POSSIBLE MEASLES EXPOSURE AGAIN The structure had been gradually deteriorating since being activated in 2017. The airport decided to shut off the “sticks” on April 5 until Panasonic can repair the problems, the Denver Post reported. The sign will still display advertisements on its large television screens in the meantime. Trending in US Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

Scientists Restore Partial Function To Dead Pigs’ Brains Four Hours After Death

The lead up to Easter is an appropriate enough time to be bringing things back from the dead, made perfect by the last season of Game of Thrones. It’s presumably a coincidence that the middle of this auspicious period is when a team of scientists announced they have restored partial cellular functioning in the brains of pigs that had been dead for several hours, but it works for us. Today zombie bacon, tomorrow Jon Snow. Even a brief period without the flow of oxygen-bearing blood in the brain starts a cascade that leads to the death of cells. If the affected areas are large enough, and the interruption long enough, the damage is permanent. However, neuroscientists are divided over how quickly …

The beauty contest to be next Tory leader

The hustings for next PM, in all but name Avoiding European polls a priority – Hunt A minister roaming beyond their brief. “The mindset of government needs to shift,” he said, and doing so in a speech peppered with personal experience. Should he decide to stand, Mr Javid’s greatest political asset is his own story. His is a biography that personifies the Conservative ideal; the son of an immigrant family who worked hard, became a millionaire and rose to the cabinet; a life shaped by aspiration rather than privilege. His critics, though, see a faltering public speaker. They also point to what they saw as his tortured, calculating equivocation before the EU referendum, voting to Remain “with a heavy heart …

Former Rwanda rebel group leader accused of war crimes dies

BERLIN – The former head of a Rwandan rebel group has died in Germany while awaiting retrial on war crimes charges, a court says. Ignace Murwanashyaka, the former president of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda, was convicted by a Stuttgart court in 2015 of leading a terrorist organization and four counts of being an accessory to war crimes in eastern Congo a decade ago. He was sentenced to 13 years imprisonment, but the verdict was overturned last year and a retrial was pending. The Stuttgart court said on Wednesday that Murwanashyaka’s health deteriorated suddenly on April 11. He was transferred to a hospital, where he later died. The court declined to provide further details, citing patient confidentiality.

60 People Charged In Illegal Prescription Opioid Crackdown

U.S. Attorney Benjamin Glassman of Cincinnati described the action, with 31 doctors facing charges, as the biggest known takedown yet of drug prescribers. Robert Duncan, U.S. attorney for eastern Kentucky, called the doctors involved “white-coated drug dealers.” Authorities said arrests were being made and search warrants carried out as they announced the charges at a news conference. They didn’t immediately name those being charged. Among those charged was a Tennessee nurse practitioner who dubbed himself the “Rock Doc” and is accused of prescribing dangerous combinations of drugs such as fentanyl and oxycodone, authorities said. A message seeking comment was left Wednesday for his attorney. Others charged include a Kentucky doctor who is accused of writing prescriptions to Facebook friends who …

Fans Think Meghan Markle Is Secretly Running This Instagram Account! – Perez Hilton

Last year, months before marrying her Prince, Meghan Markle had to make the ultimate sacrifice in order to join the Royal family. She had to delete her social media accounts. While there isn’t an official rule, so far as we know — Twitter didn’t exist when most of this was figured out — none of the other Royals have public accounts. And we know Meghan isn’t allowed to profess political views, certainly not like she used to when she was a Hillary Clinton supporter during the U.S. presidential election in 2016. Quiz: Design Meghan And Harry’s Nursery, We’ll Tell You The Royal Baby’s Name! So while it’s unclear if the future Duchess was forced to leave social media, it was without a doubt …

UK teachers suffer ‘appalling treatment’

He had multiple disabilities, including a form of arthritis, hypertension, gout and diabetes, which the employer was aware of. Teachers sent home over unruly pupils row ‘We are kicked, spat on, hit and sworn at’ Secondary school staff suffer work attacks Other cases included members experiencing assaults from pupils, discriminatory practices related to pregnancy-related and flexible-working requests, race discrimination and discrimination based on age, sexual orientation and religion or belief. A DfE spokeswoman said: “No teacher should face discrimination or ill-treatment in the workplace. “The majority of schools provide safe and reasonable working environments for teaching staff, and it’s important that they remain as such.” Despite winning financial compensation for many of its members, the NASUWT said it believed the …

Taking Australia’s asylum seekers was a ‘deal with the devil:’ former Nauru leader

(CNN)The Nauru president who allowed Australia to reopen a controversial detention camp for asylum seekers on the tiny Pacific island has said that he made a “deal with the devil.” But the offshore processing centers were highly controversial. Human rights groups criticized the poor living conditions and high incidence of mental health problems among detainees. Keeping asylum seekers on the island, which is home to under 10,000 people, for years without hope of getting to Australia had amounted to “torture,” Dabwido told The Project on Australia’s Network 10 on Wednesday. “Nauru government should find a better way than living on these people’s blood,” he added. Final comments Dabwido, who presided over Nauru from 2011 to 2013, made the frank comments …

Kristin Cavallari Confesses Jay Culter Sucked Her Boob To Unclog A Milk Duct- ‘Harder Than He’s Ever Sucked’ – Perez Hilton

A real American hero?? In a new mid-season teaser for Kristin Cavallari’s E! series Very Cavallari, the reality star dishes over dinner with friends about a time when husband Jay Cutler helped her out in a MAJOR way. She shared: “I had major clogged [milk] ducts. Jay had to get them out for me. … Sucking harder than he’s ever sucked.” The dinner guests look completely horrified, but we have to commend Cutler for helping his lady in need. “In sickness and in health” right?? Kristin added in a confessional later: “And you know what? Saved my life.” Cavallari, 32, has three kids with Jay: sons Jaxon Wyatt, 5, and Camden Jack, 6, as well as daughter Saylor James, 3. …

Detective ‘predicts’ fatal stabbing areas

Two boys, aged 14, were found guilty of his murder, which police said was the result of a simmering dispute. The research, carried out alongside University of Cambridge criminologists, found that during 2016-17 the Metropolitan Police recorded 3,506 assaults with a knife where the location of the attack had been identified. The stabbings took place in 2,048 of London’s 4,835 local census areas – neighbourhoods with a population of about 1,700, which are smaller than council wards. Image caption Knife injuries in 2016-17 by council ward But Prof Sherman warned forces needed to improve their data collection processes to distinguish between arrests for carrying or making threats with knives and stabbings. “The current definition of knife crime is too broad …

Finland’s SDP tries to build coalition after narrow election win

Social Democrats come top for first time in 20 years and likely to keep nationalist Finns party out of government Finlands Social Democrats will try to form a coalition government after Finns in Sweden and AfD, Danish Peoples Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

You Can Now Buy Speakers For Your Vagina

It’s like the ultimate lovechild of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop and Apple AirPods: an inter-vaginal speaker designed to blast your unborn child with music. For $150, you can purchase your very own “Babypod”, a small speaker that can be plugged into any music-playing device of your choice and inserted into the vagina to gently play your favorite tunes into the womb. It also features earphones that hang out of the vagina so mothers and fathers can listen along too. Recommended artists include Sonic Youth, Childish Gambino, and any other artist name you can squeeze a baby pun out of.  “Music [activates] language and communication stimulation centres, inducing a response of vocal movements. Babies learn to talk sticking out their tongues,” the Spanish company claims in …

Jordyn Woods Gets Rejected In Justin Roberts’ Music Video ‘Way Too Much’! WATCH! – Perez Hilton

We mean, she was rejected by the Kardashian-Jenner family… On Friday, YouTube star/rapper Justin Roberts released his music video for Way Too Much, featuring Jordyn Woods. In the clip, both influencers play life-sized dolls stuck in a toy factory. However, when Roberts escapes, he passes over Kylie Jenner‘s ex-BFF, and chooses to free model Sofia Jamora instead! Is this a metaphor for Kylie and Jordyn’s former friendship?? WATCH the video (below): In February, Khloé Kardashian reportedly broke up with baby daddy, Tristan Thompson, after he allegedly had an affair with Jordyn. In an interview with Red Table Talk‘s Jada Pinkett Smith, Woods denied hooking up with Thompson, except for a goodbye kiss that he allegedly initiated. As we wrote, the Kylie Cosmetics …