– Freshman Lonnie Walker scored a team-high 19 points and was one of four Hurricanes that finished in double figures, but it was not enough, as the University of Miami men's basketball team fell 83-75 to Duke University Monday night at the Watsco Center.Miami's loss to Duke marked the Hurricanes' first loss of the season at home and marked just the third time this season UM has given up 80-or-more points.Joining Walker (career-high five 3-pointers) in double figures were sophomore(18 points),...
Online retailers should ban the sale of miniature mobile phones designed to be smuggled into prisons, the justice secretary has said. David Lidington said the devices were advertised as being able to go undetected by the body orifice security scanners used in England and Wales. "Beat the BOSS" phones can be bought for £25, but are reportedly changing hands for up to £500 inside jails. About 20,000 illicit phones and Sim cards were recovered by guards in 2016.
Can young people who've been injured in knife and gun crime be steered towards a safer future at the moment they're at their most vulnerable? The idea has been pioneered in four London hospitals by the charity Redthread, which places youth workers an the heart of accident and emergency alongside trauma medics. It is early evening in "resus", part of accident and emergency at King's College Hospital in south London.
Gamble wants government to tax online services to fund better ways of protecting children. “Lets stop beating around the bush here.. we put them under pressure to do more voluntarily… tax them.” @InquiryCSA
@JimGamble_INEQE: “"you would for once turn the tables on individuals who would go on line and think well you know, chances of me no getting court are very slim, I'm not famous they're not out after me. That's the mentality that is out there." @InquiryCSA
At @InquiryCSA@JimGamble_INEQE calls for creation of ‘digital detective’ special constables to pose as children online to catch paedophiles. Best way of catching more he says given reduced resources. “If you can’t open your purse, open your mind.”
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