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Plenty of evidence surfacing that this is yet another islamic terror attack. Also evidence to suggest that the perpetrators are known to Scotland Yard. 22 injured, no deaths reported as yet.
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Boy removed from school in transgender rights row
The parents of a six-year-old boy have removed him from his primary school in a row over whether another pupil should be recognised as transgender. Nigel and Sally Rowe said their son became confused as to why the child dressed as both a boy and a girl. The Diocese of Portsmouth, which runs the Church of England school on the Isle of Wight, said it was required to "respect diversity of all kinds". The couple believe the school should have consulted all parents. Mrs Rowe told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme that when they spoke with the school, which is not being identified, they were told "if a child wants to do that then we just have to accept it". The couple said under the school's bullying policy their son faced being disciplined for "mis-gendering" the six-year-old pupil. Two years ago they removed their eldest son from the same school in a separate row about a different transgender child. The Rowes say the suggestion that gender is fluid conflicts with their Christian beliefs as a family and they are seeking a legal challenge against the school's actions. The Christian Legal Centre, which is supporting Mr and Mrs Rowe, said the couple were being accused of "transphobic behaviour" because of their "refusal to acknowledge a transgender person's true gender". Mr Rowe said: "I am shocked by the suggestion, especially from a church school, that just because we question the notion that a six-year-old boy can really become a girl, we are transphobic." 'Unlawful' Mrs Rowe said: "We believe he [the older boy] was under stress by the confusion that was caused by having a boy in his class that decided that they were going to have a girl's name and dress as a girl." Jeff Williams, director of education for the Diocese of...
The game is on Sunday, 4pm kick-off, At Old Trafford, It'll be on Sky Sports Premier league as well, Romelu Lukaku and Wayne Rooney face their former clubs too.
We're back in the CL boys. :banana:
It's crazy. In the transfer window season, Sky Sports News create a totally fabricated rumour, accept bets via Sky Bet of this totally fabricated rumour, and obviously no one is paid out as it's a totally fabricated rumour. Even their pundits - Paul Merson, a dude that has lost £'000s of money due to gambling will make a prediction, which will then be linked to a series of results on SkyBet. Why are people falling in the trap? Also, check this out: "Social media tipsters who make financial gain from recommending losing bets to their followers are likely to come in for more questions after it was alleged that they had doctored betting information to persuade their followers of their success. Twitter account @FootyAccums, the most high-profile social media tipster with 537,000 followers, recommended that their followers place an accumulator on Denmark, Montenegro, Northern Ireland and Slovenia all winning their World Cup qualifying matches on Tuesday. Footy Accumulators also recommended that their followers used Bet365 to place the bet, and posted a screenshot of a £10 stake on the bet. However, evidence would suggest that Footy Accumulators actually placed a £1 stake, presumably doctoring the image to show that £10 had been placed. Their mistake was uncovered when they seemingly doctored only part of the information. The mistake was spotted by Twitter user Alistair Wilson, who challenged the tipster by private message. Footy Accumulators initially rejected the claim of fraudulent behaviour, but then reneged on that defence, stating ‘it was only one bet’. Wilson was then blocked by Footy Accumulators, thus ending his line of communication." http://www.football365.com/news/more-questions-for-social-media-betting-tipsters "As things stand, football is by far the most popular sport, with the industry making £580.5 million in profit through wagers placed on football events via the internet between 2015 and 2016, which equates...