Included in a review of the Official Secrets Act will be a form of foreign intelligence officer registration, which spies will have to sign on entering the UK or risk being prosecuted and jailed. … [Read more...] about British warships intercept Russian submarine sailing through English Channel
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Currently, the carrier serves eight flights a day to Phuket/Chiang Mai, three flights a day to Chiang Rai, two flights a day to Udon Thani/ Krabi/ Hat Yai/ Khon Kaen in which the flight frequency for Suvarnabhumi - Hat Yai service will be increased to three flights a day from August 15, 2020. The airline will also inaugurate the Suvarnabhumi-Nakhon Si Thammarat flight on August 6, 2020. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES AUGUST 4
We want to hear from students, educators, parents/guardians about why you think fewer people are studying English at A-level. Have changes to the English GCSE exams put people off? Has the focus on STEM subjects moved students away from literature and arts? … [Read more...] about Tell us what’s driving the drop in take-up of English A-level
Varying from the silly to the defamatory, Wikipedia’s reputation for hoaxes and false claims has haunted it since 2005 when journalist John Seigenthaler was falsely accused of being a suspect in the Kennedy assassinations. Hoaxes on the site have been able to last nearly a decade or more at times before being detected, lead to an entire set of hoax articles, get high honors after community review, and even end up as the basis for prizes in crowd-funded board games. Sites associated with Wikipedia, such as Wikidata, have had similar problems, such as when Wikidata vandals had First Lady Melania Trump labeled a “sex worker” on the site for a week. Citogenesis, where these hoaxes generate “reliable sources” to then cite on Wikipedia, remains a bigger threat to the reliability of information online than any Macedonian troll farm. … [Read more...] about Where Fake News Is Born: How Wikipedia Spreads Hoaxes
The news comes one year after E! announced an expansion of its entertainment news programming under Tammy Filler, who joined E! from Today in May 2019 to oversee development and production for all news programming across platforms. With that expansion, E! News moved from the West Coast as an evening news program to New York as a morning show. … [Read more...] about ‘E! News’, ‘Pop Of The Morning’, ‘In The Room’ Canceled By E!
The result was that on the hour (and in many cases, the half hour and quarter hour) his apartment was filled with bells and gongs, musical tunes, national anthems and martial airs. By the time he died in 1843, the duke had collected more than 5,000 Bibles - in which his interest was probably more academic than spiritual. … [Read more...] about The king with one fat mistress AND a thin one. And the monarch with VERY poor hygiene: New book reveals the extraordinary sex lives of the royals who held court at Kensington Palace