All will be well:
If you were running a loan company, would you really leave it up to the benefactor of that loan to inform you? Seems a bit backwards. And stupid. And open to rampant fraud.That's because he didn't inform the loans company that he had left the course, that's his responsibility, not the University.
And yes, I did read the article, and its a non-story.
This one seems to be particularly nasty. I used to live near that area, and that market is usually very busy. Apparently they ran around from pub to pub, stabbing and slashing throats inside. Could've been me in a different time.
I used to regularly drink in The Wheatsheaf when Borough Market was empty in the evenings and it was a quiet refuge from The City. I have had breakfast and a pint downstairs in the Southwark Tavern in the days when there was a particularly pointless and tiresome work day ahead of me. Smithfield wa better for breakfast though.This one seems to be particularly nasty. I used to live near that area, and that market is usually very busy. Apparently they ran around from pub to pub, stabbing and slashing throats inside. Could've been me in a different time.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May calls for internet regulations following London attacksAny calls for a "state of emergency" yet? Was rejected last time (only 2 weeks ago), but I'm sure after this one the calls will be louder and more numerous. And heard.
You would think that this would harm Corbyn with his stance on immigration, but it will likely hurt May more, since her campaign motto is "a strong leader for Britain"!
Because internet controls prevent someone from renting a van and buying a kitchen knife? It's awful she's using this as an excuse.
'At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is "no reason to be alarmed!"'
Donald J. Trump
Sadiq Khan( the terrorists friend). http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3544846/With-friends-like-Sadiq-Khan-fit-run-London-Labour-MP-s-dealings-Islamic-extremists-raise-doubts-suitability-London-s-mayor.html
It's a good idea to take down jihad and Islamic supremacist stuff. I agree. But if it is used to target the Rebel Media, Stefan Molyneux, Pat Condell, et al of this world, then I am against it. It has to be targeted against the real enemy.Because internet controls prevent someone from renting a van and buying a kitchen knife? It's awful she's using this as an excuse.
I'm afraid it will be the former. Social media platforms (in Germany) block or take down/ close accounts that are deemed "hateful" already, even though they are stating just the obvious. Which is why people look for new and better ways to communicate without government intervention. In the meantime only the really important stuff like Kim Kardashian's outfit or some other stupid gossip will be the only thing "discussed" on social media. That and cat videos.But if it is used to target the Rebel Media, Stefan Molyneux, Pat Condell, et al of this world, then I am against it. It has to be targeted against the real enemy.
Hopefully secular democracy, but failing that an absolute ruthless secular military junta who view Islam as an evolutionary dead end. Worse case scenario is chaos and ISIS type tribal war. Likely the latter if Libya, Syria and Iraq are anything to go by. The West can now live without this, the sooner the better. Then we can look internally for what needs to be done.@Bafana3
At the end of this war on #Yemen, the GCC states led by Saudi Arabia will collapse into oblivion. I do not know what will replace them.
9:29am · 15 Aug 2015
You know that's strange because I was reading an article about ex pats working in Scandinavian countries - reckon it was Sweden, and that high earning ex pats have a hard time dating anyone or participating in social outings in Sweden because they usually stick to their own kind. It's not that people aren't hospitable, but it's difficult to hook up and get yourself hitched.Swedish women must be so lonely.