Sport loves athletes with mental health issues – if they just shut up and play | Marina Hyde | The Guardian


The grand slams say Naomi Osaka’s decisions about press are ‘injurious’ to tennis. Perhaps they should look closer to home, says Guardian columnist Marina Hyde

 

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This all shows that the powers that be in sport, especially in Tennis do not care about people in sport, but are only there for their own interests and those of the media.

If these persons in power do not change then there could well be no participants in sport for tournaments to take place and they will only have themselves to blame.

Money and power are the root of all evil and will spoil the enjoyment of all concerned, the sport participants and the spectators of sports.

This will be the next area of abuse to be inspected, for we have already seen how participants have been treated by some trainers and managers in gymnastics

Money has taken over most sports and lead to great abuses of power or assumed power, the proposed Super league of top football clubs in Europe is another prime example

 

 

Source: Sport loves athletes with mental health issues – if they just shut up and play | Marina Hyde | The Guardian

UK like an ‘enemy state’ to EU nationals detained by Border Force | Brexit | The Guardian


Confused over regulations, Home Office border staff meet legitimate visitors and workers with suspicion


This very extremely worrying for we do really need anyone who is willing to work in the UK, especially within the care profession, which is extremely short of people willing to provide care. The need for care within the UK has been increasing for many years, and now even more so with COVID, for long COVID is creating many more areas for people needing care to lead reasonable lives.

Foe many years the professions has been relying on non-UK labour and while in the EU had a contant supply of care workers coming in and supplemented by workers from other areas of the world. But since Brexit the availability of workers from the EU has been limited, in many ways due to EU workers not trusting the UK to keep it word. With these latest areas of unlawful restrictions being imposed by Border Force officals it would appear this mistrust is justified.

This needs to be sorted, URGENTLY, for the current state of Social Care in the UK can’t continue without these workers being allowed to enter the UK, be they from the UK or other world areas. My daughter recieves 24/7 care and a good 90% of the carers coming to her are non-UK care workers. Without them she will be unable to live, so these Border Force officials are not just stopping people entering the UK, but their illegal actions, are also causing unnecessary hurt and suffering for persons in need of care, but will in time cause their deaths. Will the relatives of the persons in need of care have a case to prosecute Border Force and even specific individuals, I so hope so for these illegal actions need to stop immediately and if not legal actions should commence.

There has to be accountability and seen accountability.

Source: UK like an ‘enemy state’ to EU nationals detained by Border Force | Brexit | The Guardian

I beg your pardon? Does Trump really plan to absolve himself and his family? | US news | The Guardian


So Trump is considering the use of his ability to grant pardons, not only to his children, but also himself and this just shows the clear reason for him to not hold the Office of President.

This would be a totally unjust use of power.

He is completely unsuitable to hold that Office and should be barred, as soon as possible, from ever holding that Office ever again.

 

Source: I beg your pardon? Does Trump really plan to absolve himself and his family? | US news | The Guardian

Robert Mueller breaks his silence and condemns Trump for commuting Roger Stone’s sentence | US news | The Guardian


US special counsel defends his investigation into allegations of corruption during 2016 election

Source: Robert Mueller breaks his silence and condemns Trump for commuting Roger Stone’s sentence | US news | The Guardian

Trump’s Recipe for Disaster: Daily Brief | Human Rights Watch


US dangerously militarizing its response to peaceful protest; remembering the Tiananmen Massacre, because the Chinese authorities want you to forget; new UN report on the Philippines details widespread human rights violations; Brazil’s own scourge of police brutality; rights defender under house arrest in Kyrgyzstan; Egypt’s ex-prime minister sued for torture in US.Get the Daily Brief by email.

Source: Trump’s Recipe for Disaster: Daily Brief | Human Rights Watch

Trump signs executive order targeting social media companies – CNNPolitics


President Donald Trump signed an executive order targeting social media companies on Thursday, days after Twitter called two of his tweets “potentially misleading.”

Source: Trump signs executive order targeting social media companies – CNNPolitics

Trump accused of ‘jury tampering’ after allegedly threatening GOP senators – Raw Story


President Donald Trump was accused of “jury tampering” after he reportedly threatened Republican senators not to vote to remove him from office in his impeachment trial. This article first appeared in Salon. A Trump confidant told CBS News that Republican senators were warned: “Vote against the president, and your head will be on a pike.” Trump, […]

Source: Trump accused of ‘jury tampering’ after allegedly threatening GOP senators – Raw Story

Donald Trump’s rant against Iran is the howl of a dying empire | Simon Jenkins | Opinion | The Guardian


As the president slurred ritualised abuse of Iran and pleas to Nato, we saw the US’s days as world hegemon dribbling away, says Guardian columnist Simon Jenkins

Source: Donald Trump’s rant against Iran is the howl of a dying empire | Simon Jenkins | Opinion | The Guardian