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Dominic Raab appointed new Brexit secretary

Dominic Raab appointed new Brexit secretary

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Words: Delmar Terblanche Subbing: Jenny JinJoo Lee Dominic Raab has been appointed the new Brexit secretary following the resignation of David Davis late last night. Mr Raab was a prodigy of Mr Davis, who appointed him as his chief of staff while shadow home secretary. Mr Raab has worked in politics since 2000, when he applied to join the Foreign Office. After working numerous details, including leading a team at the British Embassy in the Hague and advising on the Arab Israeli conflict, the European Union, and Gibraltar, Mr Raab was elected to a safe Conservative seat representing Esher and Walton in 2010. In parliament, Mr Raab developed a reputation as a clever troublemaker, who made no secret of or apology for occasionally holding controversial views. In 2011 he authored
Three hospitalised after drive-by shooting in Leyton

Three hospitalised after drive-by shooting in Leyton

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Words: Delmar Terblanche Subbing: Etienne Fermie Three men have been hospitalised after a violent incident in Leyton last night. Two are being treated for gunshot injuries, while a third has suffered a broken leg after a car was driven at him. Emergency services were called to Lea Bridge Road in Leyton at 2:30AM last night, and discovered the suspects had fled in a silver car. One gunshot victim is in his 40s, while the other two men are in their mid 20s. Their age matches an increasing trend of violent crime among young Londoners, especially males. The rise in violent crime has been significant enough that London’s murder rate has surpassed New York’s for the first time in decades.The latest figures from the Metropolitan Police show that an estimated 70 people were killed on
TIME’s Person of the Year: ‘the Silence Breakers’

TIME’s Person of the Year: ‘the Silence Breakers’

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The winner of the magazine's 91st Person of the Year award was announced on Wednesday morning. 'The Silence Breakers' are the voices that have spoken out against sexual harassment and contributed to the launch and success of the #MeToo movement. TIME Editor Edward Felsenthal spoke of 'the Silence Breakers' creating 'the fastest moving social change in decades'. He said, 'It began by individual acts of courage by hundreds of women, and some men too.' The magazines cover image features Ashley Judd, one of the first to publicly shame Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein and Taylor Swift, who sued former-DJ David Mueller for grabbing her bottom. Judd and Swift are photographed alongside Isabel Pascual, a strawberry picker from Mexico, Adama Iwu - an American lobbyist, and Susan Fo
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