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takeaway is there's a lot to be done


the takeaway: we have a long way to go. alabama almost willingly elected an accused pedophile. the president supported the man, by touting politics above even the most vile of actions. in what world is a 30-year-old man touching a 14-year-old girl not criminal?the takeaway: people continue to vote party over conscience. we saw it during the presidential election when voters willingly choose to believe in the false news theory, over comments of grabbing a woman by their genitalia.the takeaway: the party that has always taken the moral high ground and is always trying to legislate morality has lost sight of what it stands for.the takeaway: the democrats might just take away control of the house and senate, assuming anyone is left after all the fallout from the #metoo movement. joseph anthony






seventy fireworks explode in liverpool takeaway


staff ran for cover when seventy fireworks exploded after they were thrown into a takeaway.a hooded man threw the lit box into hello pizza in stanley road, kirkdale, liverpool, at about 21:30 bst on monday and then shut the door.no-one was hurt. police are urging anyone with information to come forward.






bigamist spotted on ant and dec tv show with 'second wife' is jailed


image caption daniel gundry (third from left) had married a second woman in the seychelles by forging documents a bigamist who was caught out when his wife saw him on live television with another woman has been jailed.daniel gundry's wife helen gundry was watching ant and dec's saturday night takeaway in march 2016 when she spotted him with susan brooker.gundry, 39, of ashford, surrey, initially denied he had married ms brooker but later admitted bigamy.magistrates sitting in warrington said he was guilty of deceiving both women and causing them "humiliation". image caption helen gundry said she is "glad" her estranged husband had "finally been found out" as gundry was jailed for six months, helen gundry, from warrington, and their daughter left the court in tears.daniel and helen gundry m






#oscarssowhite creator, 'the wins that happened last night were not because of #


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does last night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what last night's oscar show says – and doesn't say – about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees, what was your main takeaway from last night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and, in some cases, they will win w






#oscarssowhite creator: 'the wins that happened last night were not because of #


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does sunday night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what sunday night's oscar show says — and doesn't say — about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees, what was your main takeaway from sunday night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and, in some cases, they will






oscars 2017 updates: what really happened during the 'moonlight' madness?


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does sunday night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what sunday night's oscar show says — and doesn't say — about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees, what was your main takeaway from sunday night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and, in some cases, they will






oscars 2017 updates: what really happened during the 'moonlight' madness?


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does sunday night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what sunday night's oscar show says — and doesn't say — about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees in the acting categories, what was your main takeaway from sunday night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and,






oscars 2017 updates: a close look at the crowd's face during the 'moonlight' mix


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does last night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what last night's oscar show says – and doesn't say – about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees, what was your main takeaway from last night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and, in some cases, they will win w






vikings one of three teams without a takeaway but 'it's two games, man'


the vikings are one of three nfl defenses without a takeaway through two weeks, but don’t count defensive end and team captain everson griffen among those concerned.“you guys always try to find something. it’s two games, man,” griffen said wednesday. “takeaways are going to come. first and foremost, if we eliminate the penalties it’s most likely a closer game [in pittsburgh]. takeaways [are] going to come when they come.”griffen, the vikings’ defensive leader with three sacks, was more concerned about the vikings’ 11 accepted penalties against the steelers. four flags were thrown on the defense; three directly helped push along steelers scoring drives that led to 17 points.“i think [eliminating] penalties will help us win the game more than takeaways,” griffen said.still the vikings defens






oscars 2017 updates: a close look at the crowd's face during the 'moonlight' mix


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does sunday night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what sunday night's oscar show says — and doesn't say — about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees, what was your main takeaway from sunday night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and, in some cases, they will






oscars 2017 updates: dwayne johnson, jimmy kimmel and more reveal what was going


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does sunday night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what sunday night's oscar show says — and doesn't say — about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees in the acting categories, what was your main takeaway from sunday night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and,






oscars 2017 updates: jimmy kimmel explains what happened on stage and the academ


after two years of consecutive #oscarssowhite controversies, does sunday night's best picture victory for "moonlight," among other wins for actors and filmmakers of color, represent a major breakthrough for the issue of diversity in hollywood? or could it ultimately prove to be just a blip? we spoke to writer and activist april reign, creator of the #oscarsowhite hashtag, about what sunday night's oscar show says — and doesn't say — about the current state of inclusion in the film industry. after two years of all-white nominees in the acting categories, what was your main takeaway from sunday night? april reign: my main takeaway was that when quality films are made that reflect the diversity of experiences in this country, people will go to see them. they will receive critical acclaim and,






former public radio host accused of sexual misconduct


new york — a former new york public radio host has been accused of sexual misconduct by an author and former colleagues.john hockenberry left his wnyc show "the takeaway" in august. author suki kim said he sent her emails that made her uncomfortable and after news about other men harassing women came out she decided to ask whether anyone felt uncomfortable around hockenberry. some said they did and described messages and acts that made them uncomfortable. she published a story in new york magazine.wnyc and its parent company did not respond to a request for comment. a statement from the "takeaway" posted on twitter said the show was disturbed by the report and takes the allegations very seriously.hockenberry, who hosted "the takeaway" from 2008 until earlier this year, issued a statement t






georgia had alabama and let it slip away; bulldogs' breakthrough moment del


there is one takeaway for georgia from monday night, with 37 years of championship frustration on the verge of being erased. the bulldogs blew it.        






5 big takeaways from the warriors' win over the 76ers


click here if you are having trouble viewing the gallery and video on your mobile device.another game, another blowout win for the warriors, who have now won six straight games, all by 17-or-more points.the first big takeaway from saturday’s 135-114 win over the sixers is that this is starting to get boring.yes, the warriors are a thrill to watch, but don’t you miss that early-season intrigue a bit?i miss it — it was fun to have the outcome, even if it was through self-sabotage, in question for a bit.but now the warriors look like the world-beaters we all thought they would be and it’s forcing us to appreciate games because they represent the pinnacle of athletic expression, with the warriors standing as perhaps the closest thing to perfection this game has ever seen.boring!here are four o






gunpoint victim explains astonishing cool


a cashier at jimmy john's takeaway in kansas city, missouri tells the bbc how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face.a cashier at jimmy john's takeaway in kansas city, missouri tells the bbc how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face. "it was amateur hour," says tuker murray.






birmingham burglary suspect trapped in takeaway vent


image copyrightwest midlands policeimage caption a member of the public spotted a pair of legs sticking out of the shaft a suspected burglar had to shout to passers-by for help after getting trapped in a takeaway extractor vent for seven hours.a member of the public spotted legs dangling from the shaft at dfc chicken in handsworth, birmingham, before police arrived at about 08:20 gmt. pc matthew willocks said: "the suspect climbed in at around 02:00. he was completely stuck and couldn't move."the man was eventually released by the fire brigade about an hour later.a 45-year-old man from handsworth was later arrested on suspicion of burglary, west midlands police said.






birmingham burglary suspect trapped in takeaway vent


image copyrightwest midlands policeimage caption a member of the public spotted a pair of legs sticking out of the shaft a suspected burglar had to shout to passers-by for help after getting trapped in a takeaway extractor vent for seven hours.a member of the public spotted legs dangling from the shaft at dfc chicken in handsworth, birmingham, before police arrived at about 08:20 gmt. pc matthew willocks said: "the suspect climbed in at around 02:00. he was completely stuck and couldn't move."the man was eventually released by the fire brigade about an hour later.a 45-year-old man from handsworth was later arrested on suspicion of burglary, west midlands police said.






gunpoint victim explains astonishing cool


videoa cashier at jimmy john's takeaway in kansas city, missouri tells the bbc how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face.a cashier at jimmy john's takeaway in kansas city, missouri tells the bbc how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face. "it was amateur hour," says tuker murray.share this withcopy this linkhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/39752033/gunpoint-victim-explains-astonishing-coolread more about sharingclose share panel






budget 2017: tax on takeaway boxes to be considered


image copyrightgetty imagesa tax on takeaway boxes is to be considered in a bid to tackle the problem of plastic waste.in wednesday's budget, chancellor philip hammond is expected to call for evidence on whether a tax on the use of the most environmentally damaging single-use plastics would help.single-use plastics include packaging, bubble wrap, and polystyrene takeaway boxes.greenpeace said ocean plastic pollution was "a global emergency".meanwhile, stephen hammond, a close friend of the chancellor, has told the bbc that the chancellor wants to use next wednesday's budget to "attack problems" that contributed to the tories' poor election performance.he plans to use "headroom" in the public finances to target spending on housing and health, the former transport minister told newsnight.the






budget 2017: tax on takeaway boxes to be considered


image copyrightgetty imagesa tax on takeaway boxes is to be considered in a bid to tackle the problem of plastic waste.in wednesday's budget, chancellor philip hammond is expected to call for evidence on whether a tax on the use of the most environmentally damaging single-use plastics would help.single-use plastics include packaging, bubble wrap, and polystyrene takeaway boxes.greenpeace said ocean plastic pollution was "a global emergency".the treasury said the work would examine the lifecycle of single-use plastics.it did not suggest the investigation would include plastic bottles, which can be recycled, although in practice many also end up in land-fill or the sea. however, the government has already said it would consider whether to introduce a "reward and return" scheme for plastic bo






budget 2017: tax on takeaway boxes to be considered


image copyrightgetty imagesa tax on takeaway boxes is to be considered in a bid to tackle the problem of plastic waste.in wednesday's budget, chancellor philip hammond is expected to call for evidence on whether a tax on the use of the most environmentally damaging single-use plastics would help.single-use plastics include packaging, bubble wrap, and polystyrene takeaway boxes.greenpeace said ocean plastic pollution was "a global emergency".the treasury said the work would examine the lifecycle of single-use plastics.it did not suggest the investigation would include plastic bottles, which can be recycled, although in practice many also end up in land-fill or the sea. however, the government has already said it would consider whether to introduce a "reward and return" scheme for plastic bo






manslaughter charges over takeaway allergic reaction death


image copyrightfamily photoimage caption megan lee died two days after she was admitted to royal blackburn hospital two men have been charged with manslaughter over the death of a 15-year-old girl who suffered an allergic reaction to takeaway food.megan lee from oswaldtwistle, lancashire, died on 1 january, two days after she was admitted to hospital.she had eaten food from the royal spice takeaway in hyndburn. mohammed kuddus, 39, of blackburn and harun rashid, 38, of haslingden are due to appear at blackburn magistrates' court on 4 january. a post-mortem examination showed megan died from acute asthma due to a nut allergy, lancashire police said.royal spice was temporarily closed by hyndburn council but is now trading under new ownership. mr kuddus of belper street, blackburn and mr rash






newspaper headlines: takeaway container tax and jungle rescue


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newspaper headlines: takeaway container tax and jungle rescue


image caption "rescued!" is the headline on the front of the daily mail, which claims it helped find trapped explorer benedict allen from papua new guinea. it says it hired a helicopter and found him "deep in the jungle amid towering volcanic peaks". image caption a tax will be levied on plastic containers from takeaways in this week's budget, says the i newspaper. it says food boxes, single use coffee cups, cutlery and straws will all be taxed in a bid to cut the amount of waste that ends up in landfill. image caption there is a saturday night "pitch battle" brewing, according to the daily star. it says premier league football is to be broadcast live on a saturday night for the first time, making it a rival to weekend favourites the x factor and strictly come dancing. image caption "child






scarborough takeaway owner jailed for throwing boiling water at chef


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionscarborough restaurant boss jailed for boiling water assault on chefa restaurant owner has been jailed for two years for flinging a pan of boiling water over a chef during a row. chef chouaib boussera, 30, was left with serious burns after djamel benrejdal, 49, said he was incapable of boiling an egg.he grabbed the boiling water from a stove at his kebab shop in scarborough and wounded mr boussera's arm.benrejdal was seen on cctv ranting but refused to allow his employee time off that day to go to a&e for treatment.cctv tamperingthe chef howled in agony as he was "enveloped in a cloud of steam" and the manager stormed out, york crown court heard on monday.benrejdal later returned and applied a make-shift poultice of takeaway leftover






the latest: accusations against radio host called disturbing


new york — the latest on sexual misconduct accusations against a former radio host (all times local):6:15 p.m.a spokeswoman for new york public radio says allegations of sexual misconduct against a former host are disturbing and "would clearly violate" the station's standards and practices.author suki kim said in a new york magazine story that former public radio host john hockenberry had sent her emails that made her uncomfortable. she said other women also said they were made uncomfortable by hockenberry.hockenberry left his wnyc show "the takeaway" in august.the spokeswoman for new york public radio, the parent company of wnyc, said hockenberry's contract expired june 30 and was not renewed. she said the company cannot say why his contract was not renewed.hockenberry issued a statement






poll: what is the biggest takeaway from sunday’s seahawks win over the 49ers?


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ant mcpartlin checks into rehab for alcohol and drug problem


ant mcpartlin, one half of presenting duo ant and dec, has checked himself into rehab for a prescription drug and alcohol problem, according to the sun on sunday.the tv star says he has been going through a "difficult time" and the newspaper says he will now spend a couple of months getting treatment."the first step is to admit to yourself you need help," ant said."i feel like i have let a lot of people down and for that i am truly sorry."according to the newspaper some of ant's problems began with a knee injury that didn't heal properly, leaving him in pain.it's thought the medication he took to deal with that pain, then became an issue for him."i want to thank my wife, family and closest friends for helping me through this really difficult time," said ant."i've spoken out because i think






ant mcpartlin checks into rehab for alcohol and drug problem


ant mcpartlin, one half of presenting duo ant and dec, has checked himself into rehab for a prescription drug and alcohol problem, according to the sun on sunday.the tv star says he has been going through a "difficult time" and the newspaper says he will now spend a couple of months getting treatment."the first step is to admit to yourself you need help," ant said."i feel like i have let a lot of people down and for that i am truly sorry."according to the newspaper some of ant's problems began with a knee injury that didn't heal properly, leaving him in pain.it's thought the medication he took to deal with that pain, then became an issue for him."i want to thank my wife, family and closest friends for helping me through this really difficult time," he said."i've spoken out because i think






the takeaway from build 2017: competitive businesses must start developing for t


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five takeaways from the lakers' 107-103 loss to the milwaukee bucks


the big stories from friday night’s game were the dust-up that got nick young, d’angelo russell and milwaukee’s greg monroe ejected following a hard foul by milwaukee’s malcolm brogdon, along with lakers coach luke walton’s postgame comments about how that incident was officiated.they overshadowed everything else during the game. russell got another chance to prove himself. the lakers got another chance to show they are capable of a better effort than they’ve showed in the past.that and more as we look at five takeaways from the lakers’ 107-103 loss to the milwaukee bucks:1. walton is not a pushover. that’s a takeaway not just from friday night’s game, but the two before it. this week, we saw three examples of walton’s temper bubbling over, and each time there was a different reason. after






the queen beats the crown at the bafta tv awards


image copyrightpaimage caption ant said they would take the award to the queen "any time she wants it" ant and dec have dedicated their bafta tv award to the queen after winning a prize for their presentation of her 90th birthday celebration event.the duo won the best live event prize for fronting the queen's 90th birthday celebration on itv last may.the top honours had been expected to go to netflix's fictionalised royal drama the crown, which led the nominations - but it missed out entirely."tonight, the queen has finally won a bafta," dec said after the ceremony.he told bbc news: "she's never won a bafta. she was given an honorary fellowship a few years ago but she's never won a bafta."media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionhighlights from the bafta tv awardsasked whet






the queen beats the crown at the bafta tv awards


image copyrightpaimage caption ant said they would take the award to the queen "any time she wants it" ant and dec have dedicated their bafta tv award to the queen after winning a prize for their presentation of her 90th birthday celebration event.the duo won the best live event prize for fronting the queen's 90th birthday celebration on itv last may.the top honours had been expected to go to netflix's fictionalised royal drama the crown, which led the nominations - but it missed out entirely."tonight, the queen has finally won a bafta," dec said after the ceremony.he told bbc news: "she's never won a bafta. she was given an honorary fellowship a few years ago but she's never won a bafta."media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionhighlights from the bafta tv awardsasked whet






the queen beats the crown at the bafta tv awards


image copyrightpaimage caption ant said they would take the award to the queen "any time she wants it" ant and dec have dedicated their bafta tv award to the queen after winning a prize for their presentation of her 90th birthday celebration event.the duo won the best live event prize for fronting the queen's 90th birthday celebration on itv last may.the top honours had been expected to go to netflix's fictionalised royal drama the crown, which led the nominations - but it missed out entirely."tonight, the queen has finally won a bafta," dec said after the ceremony.he told bbc news: "she's never won a bafta. she was given an honorary fellowship a few years ago but she's never won a bafta."media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionhighlights from the bafta tv awardsasked whet






the queen beats the crown at the bafta tv awards


image copyrightpaimage caption ant said they would take the award to the queen "any time she wants it" ant and dec have dedicated their bafta tv award to the queen after winning a prize for their presentation of her 90th birthday celebration event.the duo won the best live event prize for fronting the queen's 90th birthday celebration on itv last may.the top honours had been expected to go to netflix's fictionalised royal drama the crown, which led the nominations - but it missed out entirely."tonight, the queen has finally won a bafta," dec said after the ceremony.he told bbc news: "she's never won a bafta. she was given an honorary fellowship a few years ago but she's never won a bafta."media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionhighlights from the bafta tv awardsasked whet






the queen beats the crown at the bafta tv awards


image copyrightpaimage caption ant said they would take the award to the queen "any time she wants it" ant and dec have dedicated their bafta tv award to the queen after winning a prize for their presentation of her 90th birthday celebration event.the duo won the best live event prize for fronting the queen's 90th birthday celebration on itv last may.the top honours had been expected to go to netflix's fictionalised royal drama the crown, which led the nominations - but it missed out entirely."tonight, the queen has finally won a bafta," dec said after the ceremony.he told bbc news: "she's never won a bafta. she was given an honorary fellowship a few years ago but she's never won a bafta."media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionhighlights from the bafta tv awardsasked whet






the number of people you can fit in the world's biggest buildings is staggering


gif real life lore asks a question that i’ve never actually considered before: what if everybody in the entire world lived in just one building? how big would the building have to be to be able to fit all 7.4 billion of us? surprisingly, not that big. that red cube up above would do the trick and it only takes up a few blocks of manhattan.advertisementsure, the giant cube would be 4,416 feet tall (a little over .8 miles on every side) but the burj khalifa measures up at 2,723 feet so it’s sort of in spitting distance. and, yeah, everyone would only have a coffin’s amount of space—but the point is we could probably (eventually, maybe, possibly) build such a structure.but that’s just a silly fun thought exercise. an even more silly and fun thought exercise is thinking about the number of peo