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Man goes on trial accused of distributing racist and antisemitic podcasts

A man accused of setting up a “highly racist” and “highly antisemitic” podcast station called Radio Aryan has gone on trial. James Allchurch, 50, of Church House, Gelli, Pembrokeshire, appeared at Swansea Crown Court on Wednesday accused of 15 counts of distributing a sound recording stirring up racial hatred. The charges relate to audio files which were uploaded on or before May 17 2019 to on or before March 18 2021 to a website called Radio Aryan, which was later […]

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Tesco shelves running bare of Heinz products in dispute over pricing

Tesco’s shelves are running bare of Heinz Beanz and Ketchup products following a dispute over pricing. It is understood that Heinz has paused supply to the UK’s biggest supermarket chain, leading to gaps on shelves across the brand’s products. Tesco’s website shows that products including Beanz 4x415g, Sticky Barbecue Sauce 500g, Salad Cream 605g, Baked Beans & Pork Sausages 200g, Beanz No Added Sugar 4x415g Snap Pots 4x200g, Beanz No Added Sugar 200g and Chicken Noodle Soup 400g are unavailable. […]

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Ukraine Announces Prisoner Exchange, Including Mariupol Fighters

Ukraine announced the largest exchange of prisoners of war since Russia launched its invasion in February, with 144 soldiers returned to Ukraine, including dozens of soldiers who defended against the Russian siege of Mariupol, a southern port city that became a symbol of Russian repression and Ukrainian defiance.While the exchange has been shrouded in secrecy, Denis Pushilin, the head of Russian proxy forces in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine, said that 144 Russian and proxy forces were returned home […]

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BBC journalist felt like prey as he was chased by protesters court hears

A BBC journalist felt like “prey” as he was chased by protesters at an anti-lockdown and anti-vaccine rally, a court heard. Nick Watt told Westminster Magistrates’ Court how he was “very scared” as he was pursued by demonstrators in Whitehall in June 2021. Footage played in court showed protesters shouting in the face of the Newsnight political editor, who was wearing a BBC lanyard. He walked away from the crowd as people shouted at him before he started running, eventually […]

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Actors Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson arrive together at Wimbledon

Ed Westwick and Amy Jackson were among the famous faces enjoying a day out at Wimbledon on day three of the tournament. Gossip Girl actor Westwick was pictured arriving at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on Wednesday alongside British actress and model Jackson. Westwick wore a beige suit with a navy and white patterned shirt while Jackson donned a white blazer paired with a navy top, trousers and bandana. Rose Ayling-Ellis was also spotted wearing a cream […]

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UK aircraft could secure shipping routes for Ukraines grain says Wallace

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has suggested British surveillance aircraft could help secure shipping routes to release Ukraine’s trapped grain. He told reporters at the Nato summit in Madrid that Rivet Joint or P8 Poseidon aircraft could patrol areas of the Black Sea if a deal was done to allow grain ships to leave Ukraine’s blockaded ports. But he played down the prospect of Royal Navy warships being sent to the Black Sea. He said that if Turkey, which controls access […]

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NHS app must become permanent fixture in peoples lives says Javid

The NHS app must become a “permanent” fixture in people’s lives to reduce “unsustainable” spending on the health service, Sajid Javid has warned. Declaring himself a “warrior for the patient”, the Health Secretary said the Government would be “condemned” if it failed to modernise the health and care system. However, he admitted that the concerns of elderly patients would need to be “taken into account”. Under Government plans revealed on Wednesday, virtual GP consultations will take place through the NHS […]

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Anthony Joshua hungry desperate to win his rematch against Oleksandr Usyk

Anthony Joshua admitted he is “definitely hungry, definitely desperate” to become world heavyweight champion again and is seeking a knockout of Oleksandr Usyk in their rematch. Joshua (24-2, 22KOs) was outclassed last September by his Ukrainian rival, who defied disadvantages in height, reach and weight to claim the WBA, IBF and WBO titles after a clear unanimous decision victory. Many observers believe Joshua’s best route to victory in the return bout in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on August 20 is inside […]

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At Least 1 Dead After Heavy Rain in Austria

At least one person was dead and another was missing on Wednesday after heavy thunderstorms lashed villages in southern Austria overnight, with record rainfall that pushed rivers over their banks and cut off some communities from recovery efforts.The storms rolled in overnight from Italy and Slovenia, along Austria’s southern border, said Michael Tiefgraber, a meteorologist with Austria’s national weather service, the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics. About 5.5 inches (nearly 14 centimeters) of rain fell over seven hours before […]

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