A STUDENT Union leader is facing a campaign to force her out because she was pictured with MP Jacob Rees-Mogg. Left-winger Frida Gustafsson, 22, posed for a snap with the Tory on a trip to Parliament. But she was accused of “fraternising with extremists” because of the right-winger’s opposition to abortion and gay marriage. Arthur James Hutchinson, 19, has launched a petition to get her sacked from her £17,500-a-year role at the University of Sussex.
GOOGLE has made millions in advertising from child exploitation videos which could appeal to paedophiles, experts say. A probe by The Times showed brands were appearing alongside clips of youngsters in “inappropriate” and “disturbing” scenarios. Companies such as Iceland, O2 and Which? have suspended advertising on YouTube over the videos. One channel, Toy Freaks, had videos of a girl of seven bleeding from the mouth and crying after losing a tooth.
Country hailed as an inspiration by Labour's loony leftie leader has missed two interest payments on massive loanClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)VENEZUELA has defaulted on its debt according to international investors as the country heads to bankruptcy. S&P Global Ratings said the South American country missed two interest payments for its $200m coupon.
@ofluff@guardian@thetimes Yeah their front page needed reformatting but not a full blown identity crisis! So bizarre! The guardian had probably one of the most unique identities in terms of brand and on the newsstand for a newspaper. I am not sure what it has now.
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Selecting a term
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