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He died after complications following an operation. The family of a five-year-old girl who died of an asthma attack - after her GP refused to see her - have called for a criminal inquiry. Ellie-May Clark and her mother were turned away from their surgery in Newport after arriving less than ten minutes late for an emergency appointment. Ellie's condition worsened and she died in hospital five hours later. The GP, Dr Joanne Rowe, was given a warning by the General Medical Council earlier this week. Britain's four-time Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah has insisted he is a "clean athlete who has never broken the rules" after allegations in a leaked report that his coach may have broken rules against boosting athletes' performance.
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Fortune favours the brave. They have got it over. This is an ambitious man. This is a man who does not believe in our traditions. Everyone has heard of your exploits He's a criminal.
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Mark Daly, BBC News. The family of a five-year-old girl who died of an asthma attack after her GP refused to see her have called for a criminal inquiry. Ellie-May Clark and her mother were turned away from their surgery in Newport after arriving less than ten minutes late for an emergency appointment.
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Paxtons fame rose in the 1990s thanks to roles such as Morgan Earp in Tombstone (1993), Fred Haise in Apollo 13 (1995), the lead role in the 1996 hit Twister and as treasure hunter Brock Lovett in Titanic (1997). His television credits include a lead role in HBOs Big Love , for which he earned three Golden Globe nominations, as well as Hatfields and McCoys. Paxtons final big-screen role will be in the thriller The Circle , which is currently in post-production, alongside Emma Watson and Tom Hanks . The actor is survived by his two children, James and Lydia Paxton, and his wife Louise Newbury. Paxtons son was recently tapped to join the actor in his new CBS drama. I was thrilled to have my son [James, 22,] guest-star on the eighth episode of Training Day , Paxton told PEOPLE earlier this month . He plays the son in a father-son robbery team, and my character, whose dad was also a criminal, tells him, Were both our fathers sons, but that doesnt have to define us.
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Sunday on NBCs Meet The Press, while discussing the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into Russias hacking during last years presidential election and disputed contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said there was no credible evidence of these contacts beyond anonymous sources in the media. Partial transcript as follows: TODD: I want to ask you about the Darrell Issa being open to a special prosecutor. At what point is it in the best interest of the country to sort of take it away from elected partisans at this point whether its a commission, a select commission, outside commission or a special prosecutor. where are you in this? COTTON: I think that s way, way getting ahead of ourselves here, Chuck. There are no allegations of any crime occurring and theres not an even indication that theres criminal investigations under way from the FBI as opposed to counterintelligence investigations which the FBI conducts all the time as our main counterintelligence bureau.
The Northern Echo
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AN MP is calling for laws to be reviewed to close a loophole that enables taxi drivers who lose their licence to take over the steering wheel of a mini bus without a criminal record check.
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The UN website didnt write that 58 of them were freed early this month in exchange for imprisoned terrorists. So, it will be more double standards and hypocrisy against Syria. Meanwhile the UN security council, the NGOs HRW , and Amnesty are openly defending terrorists in Syria. Again in Homs, suicide attacks hit. Six suicide bombers, 6 terrorists targeted two security and military administrative offices. More than 42 Syrians were martyred and dozens others wounded, many critically. The destruction of people’s homes, buildings, streets is massive. Daesh is using fast non-armored suicide bomb vehicles in an attempt to target SAA positions near Palmyra, Southeastern Homs. (Photo: Twitter) These are the moderate oppositionsterroristssupported by the mentality of de Mistura and Amnesty. If we had captured them before they blew themselves up, slaughtering dozens of Syrians, they should not have been jailed! Their rotten families have no right to be honored at the Geneva talks, but this is what the fake, war criminal western media will report.
Bristol Post
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A shocked mother only discovered her new partner is a child sex offender after he was caught by border officials - but there are ways to check up on those getting close to you. Stephen Wilson, an ex-army sergeant, was jailed in 2007 for sex offences against a young girl. The 59-year-old was banned from leaving the country without letting the authorities know, but after his release decided to go on holiday with his new partner - who was oblivious to his sick past - and her 16-year-old...
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But authorities acknowledged at the time that he had diplomatic immunity and they couldn't compel him to appear. On Saturday, Malaysia's tone changed. Abdul Samah, the police official, said authorities would give the diplomat reasonable time to come forward. "And if he failed to turn up ... then we will go to the next step by getting a warrant of arrest from the court," he told reporters. Embassy action Lawyer Sankara Nair, however, noted that diplomats have immunity privileges even in criminal cases. "Police can apply for a warrant, but it can easily be set aside by the embassy," he said. Malaysia hasn't directly accused the North Korean government of being behind the attack, but officials have said four North Korean men provided two women with poison to carry it out. The four men fled Malaysia shortly after the killing, while the women — one from Indonesia and the other Vietnamese — were arrested.
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GEORGE TOWN: A member of the PAS-led Kelantan government is of the view that the amendments to the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 will not be passed in Parliament. Kelantan Human Development, Education and Higher Education Committee chairman Datuk Fadzli Hassan said he believes the party may not get the simple majority of 112 votes to pass the bill popularly known as RUU355. While urging Muslim lawmakers to support the proposed amendments, he however said he cannot force them. Speaking at a forum on the proposed amendments on Saturday night at the YMCA hall here, the party Central Working Committee (CWC) member also said those who do not support the bill, including their families, should not be criticised or penalised. “We practice democracy in Malaysia, we respect them but I know some PAS members will criticise those who do not support," he added.
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A Welsh Muslim school teacher says he was made to feel like a criminal after being taken off a New York-bound flight and refused permission to travel. Subscribe for more: bit.ly/LtASif.
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FOX News was busted this week presenting a convicted criminal as a foreign advisor who works for the Swedish government to present info on refugees.
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A man who repeatedly made false 999 calls and harassed his neighbours while drunk is on a final warning and could be sent to prison if he does it again.Matthew Curtis frequently shouted abuse and swore at residents living around Larne Road and Berkeley Drive.He would bang on doors at all hours, waking them in the middle of the night and leaving them fearful to leave their homes, a court was told.The 33-year-old was given a Criminal Behaviour Order at Lincoln Magistrates' Court on Wednesday,...
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Nottinghamshire Police were called to Asda in Arnold following concerns of a suspicious suitcase in the store.Staff members raised the alarm at 6.06pm on Saturday evening after a suitcase had been left padlocked. Police attended the store and found that a customer was returning the suitcase to the store, but had decided to do his shopping before sorting out the exchange.Read More: The moment an ambulance was rescued by a tractor at Wollaton ParkPolice left the scene at 18.13pm as no criminal...
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Pope Francis has quietly reduced sanctions against a handful of pedophile priests, applying his vision of a merciful church even to its worst offenders in ways that survivors of abuse and the pope’s own advisers question. One case has come back to haunt him: An Italian priest who received the pope’s clemency was later convicted by an Italian criminal court for his sex crimes against children as young as 12. The Rev. Mauro Inzoli is now facing a second church trial after new evidence emerged against him, The Associated Press has learned. The Inzoli case is one of several in which Francis overruled the advice of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and reduced a sentence that called for the priest to be defrocked, two canon lawyers and a church official told AP. Instead, the priests were sentenced to penalties including a lifetime of penance and prayer and removal from public ministry.
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North Korea has denied any role in the attack. Malaysia said earlier in the week that Hyon Kwang Song, a second secretary at the North Korean Embassy in Kuala Lumpur, was wanted for questioning. But authorities acknowledged at the time that he had diplomatic immunity and they couldn't compel him to appear. On Saturday, Malaysia's tone changed. Abdul Samah, the police official, said authorities would give the diplomat reasonable time to come forward. "And if he failed to turn up ... then we will go to the next step by getting a warrant of arrest from the court," he told reporters. Embassy action Lawyer Sankara Nair, however, noted that diplomats have immunity privileges even in criminal cases. "Police can apply for a warrant, but it can easily be set aside by the embassy," he said. Malaysia hasn't directly accused the North Korean government of being behind the attack, but officials have said four North Korean men provided two women with poison to carry it out.
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The robber then fled the scene in the pickup truck which police later recovered. A suspect was later arrested and transported to the hospital. He was treated for a gunshot wound and then transported to a juvenile detention facility. The intended victim of the robbery has not been charged with a crime but his case will be reviewed by the local district attorney. "The victim was not licensed to carry a CONCEALED handgun," Cook said. "Texas law does allow the openly carry of firearms. He was carrying the handgun in a backpack. Investigators have not charged the victim with an offense. It will be referred to the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney's Office." The post Armed Robber Shot in Crotch by Armed Jogger appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .