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    TIME
    19/04/22 16:31
    Most Young Voters Think the Country Is on the Wrong Track, Poll Finds
    Most Young Voters Think the Country Is on the Wrong Track, Poll Finds
    Roughly two-thirds of young voters from both parties are concerned about the moral direction of the nation
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 14:59
    Inua Ellams: ‘In the UK, black men were thought of as animalistic’
    Inua Ellams: ‘In the UK, black men were thought of as animalistic’
    The poet, playwright and cultural impresario on supporting his family through poetry, his love for comic books and why ‘home’ is really his laptop, MeredithThe first preview of Barber Shop Chronicles was a night Inua Ellams will never forget. Set in an African-Caribbean barbershop on the night Chelsea beat Barcelona in the 2012 Champions League semi-final, it had been tentatively scheduled for a brief run at the National Theatre’s Dorfman auditorium in the summer of 2017. But as the all-male cast took their bow it was clear they had a hit on their hands. “We couldn’t believe the ovation, the noise,” Ellams says. “We stepped out of the theatre asking ourselves: ‘What just happened. What have we done?’ The love it has, and keeps on having, has been the most humbling thing.”Hailed by Michael Billington as one of the 25 best plays of the decade, it was showered with praise on a nine-venue outing to the US and Canada, and has now set off on a nationwide UK tour. But when we meet on the South Bank, where it all began, Ellams has other things on his mind. He is struggling to persuade his mobile phone, nicknamed Maud, to help in publicising his newest work, a verse narrative called The Half God of Rainfall, which was born simultaneously as a book and a play this month. While he’s confident the play will look after itself, he’s not so sure about the book – and he’s not taking any chances. “Naija no dey carry last,” he quips – a pidgin slogan he roughly translates as “Nigerians strive to finish first”. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 14:00
    Who was Leonardo da Vinci and what can we learn from him?
    Who was Leonardo da Vinci and what can we learn from him?
    As Europe prepares to mark the 500th anniversary of his death, we look at his achievements in art, science – and even flightLeonardo was born in 1452, apparently in a Tuscan village called Anchiano, not far from Vinci, and died in France in 1519. He may be best known as an artist but he was also an engineer, thinker and inventor. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 13:00
    If I inherit my mum’s house will I be able to use my lifetime Isa?
    If I inherit my mum’s house will I be able to use my lifetime Isa?
    I could end up losing 25% of it or having to leave my savings there until after I retireQ I’m single, earn around £20,000 a year at age 34 I have a pension pot which is currently worth £15,000. I want to save for my retirement and eventually buy a house. I recently opened a lifetime Isa, as I know they can help me to buy a house although so far I’ve only put in £100. Continue reading...
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    CNN top news
    19/04/22 12:46
    Violence returns to Sri Lanka after decade of peace
    Eight coordinated explosions that tore through churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday have killed at least 290 people and injured another 500, in what officials have called a "brand new type of terrorism."
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 12:00
    Our schools are beyond breaking point – where is the outrage? | John Harris
    Our schools are beyond breaking point – where is the outrage? | John Harris
    Bone-headed reforms and deep cuts have left our education system is a scandalous state of disrepairLast summer, as the politics of Britain’s exit from the EU staggered on and England’s World Cup run offered some kind of respite, I spent an afternoon in Brownhills, near the West Midlands town of Walsall. I was there to try to get beyond the deafening inanities of Brexit, and report on the mounting financial crisis facing England’s education system. At Millfield primary school, everything once again became clear.Millfield serves a deprived catchment area, and is the kind of place whose everyday magic becomes obvious as soon as you walk in. It has an imaginative approach to education and a track record of helping children in difficult circumstances. Despite its location among tarmac and trunk roads, it specialises in outdoor activities such as canoeing and hiking. But the day I was there, all the talk was of which bits of its provision would have to go. Its headteacher, Michelle Sheehy, was blunt: “We’re heading for a £200,000 deficit. So we need to cut.” Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 12:00
    Extinction Rebellion is leading a new, youthful politics that will change Britain | Matthew d’Ancona
    Extinction Rebellion is leading a new, youthful politics that will change Britain | Matthew d’Ancona
    A generation of networked rebels will bring down an old order whose failings have been laid bareI am a fan of generation gaps. Though academics and the media love to identify new demographic cohorts – Generation X, Generation Z, Net Gen, Gen Wii – such distinctions often confuse mere fashion with decisive transformations in behaviour, social priority and worldview. But we need such transformations, the inter-generational arguments that they spawn, and the changes that, sooner or later, they compel upon us all. Related: Extinction Rebellion: protesters to offer to 'pause' climate action Continue reading...
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    CNN top news
    19/04/22 10:07
    Ukraine’s comedian president will face serious challenges
    On Monday morning Ukrainians will wake up to a President who comes from outside the traditional political elite that has led this country of more than 40 million people since independence in 1991.
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    CNN top news
    19/04/22 07:06
    We’re losing the war on climate change
    For years now, people like environmentalist and journalist Bill McKibben have been screaming from the treetops that we need a World War II-scale mobilization to fight the scourge of climate change.
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 06:01
    Britons without a bank account ’pay a £485 poverty premium’
    Britons without a bank account ’pay a £485 poverty premium’
    Number of unbanked people has fallen to 1.2 million, but they miss out on discountsBritons who do not have a bank account face paying up to £485 extra each year for bills and basic services, according to a report.The 1.2 million so-called unbanked individuals are said to pay a “banking poverty premium” because they are missing out on preferential deals and discounts on utility bills, mobile phone contracts, broadband and personal loans. Continue reading...
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    BBC
    19/04/22 06:00
    Unbanked ’pay £500 extra a year’ for bills and services
    Unbanked ’pay £500 extra a year’ for bills and services
    People without a bank account pay more for energy, loans and mobile phone deals, research suggests.
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    CNN top news
    19/04/22 04:43
    Julian Zelizer: Democrats shouldn’t be afraid of impeachment
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren was the first 2020 Democratic candidate to call for impeachment proceedings to begin against President Donald Trump. In a tweet on Friday, she said, "To ignore a President's repeated efforts to obstruct an investigation into his own disloyal behavior would inflict great and lasting damage on this country, and it would suggest that both the current and future Presidents would be free to abuse their power in similar ways."
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    The Guardian
    19/04/22 04:09
    Police clear Extinction Rebellion protesters from Waterloo Bridge
    Police clear Extinction Rebellion protesters from Waterloo Bridge
    Arrests made after police urge activists to move to Marble Arch, where Greta Thunberg spoke to protesters on Sunday Police have cleared the remaining Extinction Rebellion activists from Waterloo Bridge in London, despite earlier calls on social media for people that were willing to be arrested to “go there and save it”.The roads around Parliament Square were cleared of protesters earlier on Sunday, with the northbound carriageway of Waterloo Bridge reopened to traffic by the evening. On Sunday night, police continued their operations, moving to remove the last activists, who had glued themselves to the bridge and to each other. Continue reading...
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    Business Insider
    19/04/22 03:54
    Can a Texas town move on 20 years after a black man was dragged to death in one of the most famous hate crimes in US history?
    David J. Phillip, File via AP

    Citizens of Jasper, Texas have grappled for more than 20 years with the memory of an incident when three white men killed a black man by dragging him behind a pickup.
    James Byrd Jr. is remembered as the victim of one of the most gruesome hate crimes in US history. 
    The community, situated about 140 miles northeast of Houston near the Texas-Louisiana border, is trying to move on from its gruesome past. 

    JASPER, Texas (AP) — A technology company was almost ready to bring up to 300 new jobs to Jasper, Texas, but in the final stages of recent negotiations, a potential deal-breaker emerged: the community's history as the place where three white men dragged a black man behind a pickup, killing him.
    The 1998 death of James Byrd Jr. was one of the most gruesome hate crimes in US history, and it gave the company president pause in the discussions about where to locate his firm's newest facility. Local clergy and community leaders made their case that the town of 7,600 people is not defined by a murder that happened almost 21 years ago.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Elon Musk sent a $100K Tesla Roadster to space a year ago. It has now traveled farther than any other car in history.See Also:Yellow vest protests set fires through Paris days after massive Notre Dame blazeOregon county pays $100,000 to employee who sued over Blue Lives Matter office flagA man in Texas was arrested after he was filmed calling an AT&T employee a 'f---ing Arab' and saying he had been 'killing his kind' for 'almost 20 years'
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    TIME
    19/04/22 02:47
    Exit Poll: Comedian Appears Headed for Landslide Presidential Victory in Ukraine
    Exit Poll: Comedian Appears Headed for Landslide Presidential Victory in Ukraine
    Volodymyr Zelenskiy's only political experience consists of playing a president on TV
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