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widow of italian right-to-die protagonist turns herself in


rome — the widow of an italian man who became a protagonist in italy's euthanasia debate has turned herself into police after bringing another terminally ill man to switzerland to die.mina welby told reporters outside a tuscan police station friday that davide trentini had administered a fatal iv drip himself thursday in switzerland after doctors there determined he was a suitable candidate for assisted suicide.trentini, 53, had suffered for nearly two decades from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the neurodegenerative disease known as lou gehrig's disease, and said the pain had become too unbearable.euthanasia is illegal in overwhelmingly roman catholic italy. trentini's announced trip to switzerland had reignited the long-simmering debate that flared in 2006 when welby's husband, piergiorg






widow of italian right-to-die protagonist turns herself in


rome — the widow of an italian man who became a protagonist in italy’s euthanasia debate turned herself in to police on friday after bringing another terminally ill man to switzerland to die.mina welby told reporters outside the tuscan police station that davide trentini had administered a fatal iv drip himself on thursday in switzerland after doctors there determined he was a suitable candidate for assisted suicide. trentini, 53, had suffered for nearly two decades from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the neurodegenerative disease better known as lou gehrig’s disease, and said the pain had become too unbearable to go on.euthanasia is illegal in overwhelmingly roman catholic italy, and trentini’s announced trip to switzerland had reignited the long-running debate that flared in 2006 when we






widow of italian right-to-die protagonist turns herself in


rome (ap) — the widow of an italian man who became a protagonist in italy’s euthanasia debate has turned herself into police after bringing another terminally ill man to switzerland to die.mina welby told reporters outside a tuscan police station friday that davide trentini had administered a fatal iv drip himself thursday in switzerland after doctors there determined he was a suitable candidate for assisted suicide.trentini, 53, had suffered for nearly two decades from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the neurodegenerative disease known as lou gehrig’s disease, and said the pain had become too unbearable.euthanasia is illegal in overwhelmingly roman catholic italy. trentini’s announced trip to switzerland had reignited the long-simmering debate that flared in 2006 when welby’s husband, pier






child refugees at risk of being killed says justin welby


the archbishop of canterbury has intensified his criticism of the government's decision to restrict the numbers of child refugees coming to the uk under the so-called dubs scheme.justin welby told bbc radio 4's world at one that many will now be vulnerable to exploitation and in some cases, death.speaking to martha kearney he said: "to leave the whole weight of this on italy and greece is deeply unjust".child refugees risk being killed, warns justin welbydubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'church takes strong stand on migration






justin welby: second eu referendum would deepen brexit divisions


media captionsecond referendum would 'add to divisions', justin welby tells peersholding a second eu referendum would deepen divisions over brexit, the archbishop of canterbury has warned.speaking in the house of lords, the most reverend justin welby said a "national reconciliation" was needed.peers, who are scrutinising theresa may's brexit bill, rejected calls for another poll by 336 votes to 131. but the government faces a possible defeat later over calls for parliament to be given a "meaningful vote" on the final deal negotiated by ministers. defending his party's call for a second referendum, lib dem lords leader lord newby said his party was not "sidelining parliament" with its bid to amend the draft legislation.but he said not offering people the chance to vote on the uk's exit term






justin welby: second eu referendum would deepen brexit divisions


media captionsecond referendum would 'add to divisions', justin welby tells peersholding a second eu referendum would deepen divisions over brexit, the archbishop of canterbury has warned.speaking in the house of lords, the most reverend justin welby said a "national reconciliation" was needed.peers, who are scrutinising theresa may's brexit bill, rejected calls for another poll by 336 votes to 131. but the government faces a possible defeat later over calls for parliament to be given a "meaningful vote" on the final deal negotiated by ministers. defending his party's call for a second referendum, lib dem lords leader lord newby said his party was not "sidelining parliament" with its bid to amend the draft legislation.but he said not offering people the chance to vote on the uk's exit term






pope says he's studying possible trip to south sudan


rome — pope francis says he's studying the possibility of going to south sudan, the east african nation suffering famine and civil war.francis said while visiting an anglican church in rome on sunday that anglican, presbyterian and catholic bishops had asked him to "please come, even for a day."the pope says they asked him to visit with archbishop of canterbury justin welby, the anglican leader who also has decried the suffering in south sudan.francis and his aides are studying the possibility. he didn't specify if they were considering a trip just by him, or one with welby.the pope has demanded concrete actions to get food to starving people in south sudan. the united nations and others have accused the nation's government of blocking or restricting aid deliveries.






justin welby: second eu referendum would deepen brexit divisions


image copyrighthouse of lordsholding a second eu referendum would deepen the uk's divisions on brexit, the archbishop of canterbury has warned.the most reverend justin welby said a "national reconciliation" was needed.he was speaking in the house of lords which is holding a marathon debate on the brexit bill.the government faces a possible defeat later over calls for parliament to be given a "meaningful vote" on the brexit deal.but the day began with peers clashing over a lib dem call for a second referendum on the deal.lib dem lords leader lord newby said his party was not "sidelining parliament" with its bid to amend the draft legislation.but he said not offering people the chance to vote on the uk's exit terms would create "widespread and justified anger which would be corrosive to our






what is it like being an afghan child refugee?


paigners are challenging the government's handling of the arrival of unaccompanied child refugees from europe at a high court hearing.on wednesday, the government ended the dubs amendment scheme, which required the home office to allow some of the most vulnerable unaccompanied children stranded in europe into the uk.but what is it like for those children? we heard from three young men who travelled to the uk as children.child refugees risk being killed, warns justin welby






christian charity abuse claims: daughter 'didn't see anything'


the church of england has admitted it failed "terribly", after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague of the archbishop of canterbury justin welby were not reported to police for over 30 years.channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc, in the 1970s.one of his daughters told the that having boys around the house was a normal part of her childhood, though she never saw any abuse. her interview has been voiced by an actor to protect her identity.archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims






church of england rejects report barring gay marriage


the church of england’s general synod on wednesday rejected a report which ruled out accepting homosexual marriage and had led to a gay rights protest outside the meeting of anglican bishops.the “marriage and same sex relationships after the shared conversations” report, released on january 27, had called for the traditional teaching that marriage is a lifelong union between a man and a woman to be upheld.the report also reaffirmed the view that the clergy must remain celibate if in a same-sex relationship and that they should not be allowed to bless same-sex marriages.but it did recommend “a fresh tone and culture of welcome and support” for the lgbt community.participants in the synod, the church of england’s legislative body, agreed overall to “take note” of the report, by 242 votes to






child refugees risk being killed, warns justin welby


media captionjustin welby: "to leave the whole weight of this on italy and greece is deeply unjust"child refugees will be at risk of being exploited, trafficked and even killed following the government's decision to end the "dubs amendment" scheme, the archbishop of canterbury has warned.his criticism comes as paigners challenge ministers over the number of vulnerable children accepted by the uk at a high court hearing.they say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places.ministers argue the arran ent is "a pull" for children and traffickers.the most reverend justin welby previously said he was "shocked and saddened" at the government's announcement that only 350 children would be accepted into the uk under the dubs scheme.speaking to radio 4's world at one, he added






child refugees risk being killed, warns justin welby


child refugees will be at risk of being exploited, trafficked and even killed following the government's decision to end the "dubs amendment" scheme, the archbishop of canterbury has warned.his criticism comes as paigners challenge ministers over the number of vulnerable children accepted by the uk at a high court hearing.they say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places.ministers argue the arran ent is "a pull" for children and traffickers.the most reverend justin welby previously said he was "shocked and saddened" at the government's announcement that only 350 children would be accepted into the uk under the dubs scheme.speaking to radio 4's world at one, he added: "parents do not casually wake up one day and say the easiest thing to do is send our children off






muhammadu buhari 'to return to nigeria on friday' | nigeria news


nigeria's president muhammadu buhari is expected to return to the country on friday after extended medical leave in the uk, according to a presidency statement.the 74-year-old, who took power in may 2015, left abuja on january 19 for treatment in britain.he had originally planned to stay 10 days but stayed longer to rest after consulting his doctors, deepening suspicions that his health was far worse than officials are publicly admitting."president buhari expresses appreciation to teeming nigerians from across the country, and beyond, who had prayed fervently for him, and also sent their good wishes," the presidency said on thursday, adding he extended his uk stay on doctors' recommendation for further tests and rest.the statement gave no medical details.earlier on thursday, the presidency






church of england votes against gay marriage report


media captionthe archbishop of canterbury, justin welby, concluded the debate by calling for a "radical new christian inclusion".members of the church of england's ruling body have voted not to "take note" of a controversial report on homosexuality and same-sex marriage.the report by the house of bishops called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians.but it maintained that marriage in church should only be between a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships. the motion was defeated by the house of clergy, following hours of debate.the house of bishops voted overwhelmingly (43-1) in favour of the report, and the house of laity backed it by 106 votes to 83.but to win approval the report had to win backing in all three houses and the cl






archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims


image copyrightjustice alliance of south africaimage caption john smyth qc was a senior member of christian charity the irwerne trust in the 1970s and 1980s the archbishop of canterbury has apologised "unreservedly" after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague were not reported for over 30 years. channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc in the 1970s.the most reverend justin welby worked at the charity's summer ps where the public school boys were said to have met mr smyth, but said he was unaware of the allegations until 2013.mr smyth said he would not comment. the archbishop said he was unaware of any claims until the police be e involved four years ago. he said he was friends with mr smyth when they worked together at the ps but h






archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims


image copyrightjustice alliance of south africaimage caption john smyth qc was a senior member of christian charity the irwerne trust in the 1970s and 1980s the archbishop of canterbury has apologised "unreservedly" after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague were not reported for over 30 years. channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc in the 1970s.the most reverend justin welby worked at the charity's summer ps where the public school boys were said to have met mr smyth, but said he was unaware of the allegations until 2013.mr smyth said he would not comment. the archbishop said he was unaware of any claims until the police be e involved four years ago. he said he was friends with mr smyth when they worked together at the ps but h






archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims


image copyrightjustice alliance of south africaimage caption john smyth qc was a senior member of christian charity the irwerne trust in the 1970s and 1980s the archbishop of canterbury has apologised "unreservedly" after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague were not reported for over 30 years. channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc in the 1970s.the most reverend justin welby worked at the charity's summer ps where the public school boys were said to have met mr smyth, but said he was unaware of the allegations until 2013.mr smyth said he would not comment. the archbishop said he was unaware of any claims until the police be e involved four years ago. he said he was friends with mr smyth when they worked together at the ps but h






church of england votes against gay marriage report


media captionthe archbishop of canterbury, justin welby, concluded the debate by calling for a "radical new christian inclusion".members of the church of england's ruling body have voted not to "take note" of a controversial report on homosexuality and same-sex marriage.the report by the house of bishops called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians.but it maintained that marriage in church should only be between a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships. the motion was defeated by the house of clergy, following hours of debate.the house of bishops voted overwhelmingly (43-1) in favour of the report, and the house of laity backed it by 106 votes to 83.but to win approval the report had to win backing in all three houses and the cl






bishop presses wrong button in gay marriage report vote


image copyrightthe bishop of coventrya church of england bishop has apologised after accidentally voting against a controversial report on homosexuality and same-sex marriage.the bishop of coventry said he had pressed the wrong button - giving the impression "that there was not complete agreement in the house of bishops".the rt rev christopher cocksworth said the mistake had been a "moment of distraction and some confusion".overall, the church's ruling body voted not to take note of the report.last month, the house of bishops had published an official report for the church on sexuality, after three years of "shared conversations" with the lgbt community and other christians.it called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians.but the report maintained the position that marri






bishop presses wrong button in gay marriage report vote


image copyrightthe bishop of coventrya church of england bishop has apologised after accidentally voting against a controversial report on homosexuality and same-sex marriage.the bishop of coventry said he had pressed the wrong button - giving the impression "that there was not complete agreement in the house of bishops".the rt rev christopher cocksworth said the mistake had been a "moment of distraction and some confusion".overall, the church's ruling body voted not to take note of the report.last month, the house of bishops had published an official report for the church on sexuality, after three years of "shared conversations" with the lgbt community and other christians.it called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians.but the report maintained the position that marri






archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims


image copyrightjustice alliance of south africaimage caption john smyth qc was a senior member of christian charity the irwerne trust in the 1970s and 1980s the archbishop of canterbury has apologised "unreservedly" after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague were not reported for over 30 years. channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc in the 1970s.the most reverend justin welby worked at the charity's summer ps where the public school boys were said to have met mr smyth, but said he was unaware of the allegations until 2013.mr smyth said he would not comment. one of mr smyth's daughters, who asked not to be named, told the that she would "always love" her father, but if the allegations were true "he will have to face justice"."tha






archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims


image copyrightjustice alliance of south africaimage caption john smyth qc was a senior member of christian charity the irwerne trust in the 1970s and 1980s the archbishop of canterbury has apologised "unreservedly" after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague were not reported for over 30 years. channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc in the 1970s.the most reverend justin welby worked at the charity's summer ps where the public school boys were said to have met mr smyth, but said he was unaware of the allegations until 2013.mr smyth said he would not comment. one of mr smyth's daughters, who asked not to be named, told the that she would "always love" her father, but if the allegations were true "he will have to face justice"."tha






archbishop of canterbury sorry over charity abuse claims


image copyrightjustice alliance of south africaimage caption john smyth qc was a senior member of christian charity the irwerne trust in the 1970s and 1980s the archbishop of canterbury has apologised "unreservedly" after claims of physical abuse by a former colleague were not reported for over 30 years. channel 4 news alleges 22 boys were beaten by former christian charity head, john smyth qc in the 1970s.the most reverend justin welby worked at the charity's summer ps where the public school boys were said to have met mr smyth, but said he was unaware of the allegations until 2013.mr smyth said he would not comment. media caption"i didn't see anything": one of john smyth qc's daughters talks to the one of mr smyth's daughters, who asked not to be named, told the she would "always love" h






protests as church of england debates gay marriage


image copyrightafpprotestors have gathered at the church of england headquarters, as bishops meet to debate sexuality and marriage. a recent report upheld the church's view that marriage in church should only be between a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships. the general synod - the church's ruling body - will vote on the report today.the most rev justin welby warned the church's parliament against self-indulgence in the deliberations. champions of lgbt rights sang hymns outside the general synod in london and demanded the church of england ended inequality for gay people.the group, organised by the lesbian and gay christian movement and changing attitude, with the support of out and proud african lgbti and rights campaigner peter tatchell, calle






protests as church of england debates gay marriage


image copyrightafpprotesters have gathered at the church of england headquarters, as bishops meet to debate sexuality and marriage. a recent report upheld the church's view that marriage in church should only be between a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships. the general synod - the church's ruling body - will vote on the report today.the most rev justin welby warned the church's parliament against self-indulgence in the deliberations. 'church-sanction discrimination'champions of lgbt rights sang hymns outside the general synod in london and demanded the church of england ended inequality for gay people.the group, organised by the lesbian and gay christian movement and changing attitude, with the support of out and proud african lgbti and rights






protests as church of england debates gay marriage


image copyrightafpprotesters have gathered at the church of england headquarters, as bishops meet to debate sexuality and marriage. a recent report upheld the church's view that marriage in church should only be between a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships. the general synod - the church's ruling body - will vote on the report today.the most rev justin welby warned the church's parliament against self-indulgence in the deliberations. 'church-sanction discrimination'champions of lgbt rights sang hymns outside the general synod in london and demanded the church of england ended inequality for gay people.the group, organised by the lesbian and gay christian movement and changing attitude, with the support of out and proud african lgbti and rights






high court challenge to uk's child refugee efforts


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption a child at the refugee p north of athens paigners will challenge the government's handling of the arrival of unaccompanied child refugees from europe, at a high court hearing later. paigners say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places for vulnerable children.separately, the daughter of the man called "britain's schindler" has criticised the ending of the "dubs amendment" child refugee scheme.ministers argue the arran ent is "a pull" for children and traffickers.on wednesday, the government ended the dubs amendment scheme, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee, lord dubs.the amendment, which was attached to the immigration act last year, required the home office to allow some of the most vulnerable unaccomp






high court challenge to uk's child refugee efforts


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption a child at the refugee p north of athens paigners will challenge the government's handling of the arrival of unaccompanied child refugees from europe, at a high court hearing later. paigners say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places for vulnerable children.separately, the daughter of the man called "britain's schindler" has criticised the ending of the "dubs amendment" child refugee scheme.ministers argue the arran ent is "a pull" for children and traffickers.on wednesday, the government ended the dubs amendment scheme, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee, lord dubs.the amendment, which was attached to the immigration act last year, required the home office to allow some of the most vulnerable unaccomp






high court challenge to uk's child refugee efforts


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption a child at the refugee p north of athens paigners will challenge the government's handling of the arrival of unaccompanied child refugees from europe, at a high court hearing later.they say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places for vulnerable children.separately, the daughter of the man called "britain's schindler" has criticised the ending of the "dubs amendment" child refugee scheme.ministers argue the arran ent is "a pull" for children and traffickers.on wednesday, the government ended the dubs amendment scheme, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee, lord dubs.the amendment, which was attached to the immigration act last year, required the home office to allow some of the most vulnerable unaccompanied






high court challenge to uk's child refugee efforts


image copyrightgetty imagesimage caption a child at the refugee p north of athens paigners will challenge the government's handling of the arrival of unaccompanied child refugees from europe, at a high court hearing later.they say ministers have not worked with local councils to find enough places for vulnerable children.separately, the daughter of the man called "britain's schindler" has criticised the ending of the "dubs amendment" child refugee scheme.ministers argue the arran ent is "a pull" for children and traffickers.on wednesday, the government ended the dubs amendment scheme, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee, lord dubs.the amendment, which was attached to the immigration act last year, required the home office to allow some of the most vulnerable unaccompanied






dubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'


media captionyvette cooper said children were being pushed back into the arms of people traffickerschurch leaders, mps and peers have condemned the decision to end the "dubs amendment" scheme to let unaccompanied migrant children in to the uk.the archbishop of canterbury said he was "shocked", while labour's yvette cooper described it as "shameful".ministers said 350 children would have arrived under the scheme by the time it ended in march but that there were fears it encouraged people traffickers.theresa may says what the uk is doing to help refugees is "absolutely right".the prime minister pointed to separate schemes that will resettle 20,000 syrian refugees from ps in the region as well as reuniting migrant children with families already in the uk.the dubs amendment, designed by the la






dubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'


media captionyvette cooper said children were being pushed back into the arms of people traffickerschurch leaders, mps and peers have condemned the decision to end the "dubs amendment" scheme to let unaccompanied migrant children in to the uk.the archbishop of canterbury said he was "shocked", while labour's yvette cooper described it as "shameful".ministers said 350 children would have arrived under the scheme by the time it ended in march but that there were fears it encouraged people traffickers.theresa may says what the uk is doing to help refugees is "absolutely right".the prime minister pointed to separate schemes which will resettle 20,000 syrian refugees from ps in the region as well as reuniting migrant children with families already in the uk.the dubs amendment, designed by the l






dubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'


image caption amber rudd said the scheme acted as a "draw" for children and encouraged people trafficking the government's decision to end a scheme allowing vulnerable refugee children into the uk is "shameful", labour's yvette cooper has said.ministers announced on wednesday they would stop arrivals in march once they reached 350 - far fewer than the 3,000 originally expected - due to fears it was encouraging people traffickers.ms cooper said the government was "turning its back" on children.the archbishop of canterbury said he was "saddened and shocked".the so-called dubs amendment, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee lord dubs, aimed to help some of the estimated 90,000 unaccompanied migrant children across europe. ms rudd defended the decision to end the scheme, which






dubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'


image caption amber rudd said the scheme acted as a "draw" for children and encouraged people trafficking the government's decision to end a scheme allowing vulnerable refugee children into the uk is "shameful", labour's yvette cooper has said.ministers announced on wednesday they would stop arrivals in march once they reached 350 - far fewer than the 3,000 originally expected - due to fears it was encouraging people traffickers.ms cooper said the government was "turning its back" on children.the archbishop of canterbury said he was "saddened and shocked".the so-called dubs amendment, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee lord dubs, aimed to help some of the estimated 90,000 unaccompanied migrant children across europe. ms rudd defended the decision to end the scheme, which






church of england's rejection of gay marriage report welcomed


image copyrightafpgay rights campaigners have welcomed the rejection by the church of england's synod of a call for continued opposition to same-sex marriage. the house of bishops's report maintained church marriages should be between men and women, and same-sex relationships cannot be blessed - but the house of clergy dismissed it. campaigner peter tatchell said it was a "victory for love and equality".but conservative evangelicals have expressed disappointment.what was in the report?the report by the house of bishops called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians, but stopped short of accepting same-sex unions.it had been criticised for failing to give gay people a voice, while evangelicals suggested it went too far.the failure to recommend the church change its opposit






church of england's rejection of gay marriage report welcomed


image copyrightafpgay rights campaigners have welcomed the rejection by the church of england's synod of a call for continued opposition to same-sex marriage. the house of bishops's report maintained church marriages should be between men and women, and same-sex relationships cannot be blessed - but the house of clergy dismissed it. campaigner peter tatchell said it was a "victory for love and equality".but conservative evangelicals have expressed disappointment.what was in the report?the report by the house of bishops called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians, but stopped short of accepting same-sex unions.it had been criticised for failing to give gay people a voice, while evangelicals suggested it went too far.the failure to recommend the church change its opposit






church of england's rejection of gay marriage report welcomed


image copyrightafpgay rights campaigners have welcomed the rejection by the church of england's synod of a call for continued opposition to same-sex marriage. the house of bishops's report maintained church marriages should be between men and women, and same-sex relationships cannot be blessed - but the house of clergy dismissed it. campaigner peter tatchell said it was a "victory for love and equality".but conservative evangelicals have expressed disappointment.what was in the report?the report by the house of bishops called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians, but stopped short of accepting same-sex unions.it had been criticised for failing to give gay people a voice, while evangelicals suggested it went too far.the failure to recommend the church change its opposit






church of england's rejection of gay marriage report welcomed


image copyrightafpgay rights campaigners have welcomed the rejection by the church of england's synod of a call for continued opposition to same-sex marriage. the house of bishops's report maintained church marriages should be between men and women, and same-sex relationships cannot be blessed - but the house of clergy dismissed it. campaigner peter tatchell said it was a "victory for love and equality".but conservative evangelicals have expressed disappointment.what was in the report?the report by the house of bishops called for a "culture of welcome and support" for gay christians, but stopped short of accepting same-sex unions.it had been criticised for failing to give gay people a voice, while evangelicals suggested it went too far.the failure to recommend the church change its opposit






dubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'


media captionyvette cooper said children were being pushed back into the arms of people traffickersending the so-called dubs amendment scheme to let vulnerable refugee children into the uk is "shameful", labour's yvette cooper has said.the archbishop of canterbury has also said he is "saddened and shocked".ministers announced on wednesday they would stop arrivals in march once they reached 350 - far fewer than the 3,000 originally expected - due to fears it was encouraging people traffickers.theresa may says what the uk is doing to help refugees is "absolutely right".the dubs amendment, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee lord dubs, aimed to help some of the estimated 90,000 unaccompanied migrant children across europe. ms rudd defended the decision to end the scheme, whic






dubs amendment: end of child migrant scheme 'shameful'


media captionyvette cooper said children were being pushed back into the arms of people traffickersending the so-called dubs amendment scheme to let vulnerable refugee children into the uk is "shameful", labour's yvette cooper has said.the archbishop of canterbury has also said he is "saddened and shocked".ministers announced on wednesday they would stop arrivals in march once they reached 350 - far fewer than the 3,000 originally expected - due to fears it was encouraging people traffickers.theresa may says what the uk is doing to help refugees is "absolutely right".the dubs amendment, designed by the labour peer and former child refugee lord dubs, aimed to help some of the estimated 90,000 unaccompanied migrant children across europe. home secretary amber rudd defended the decision to en






samsung galaxy s8 likely to come with same era specs as s7: digital p og hy revi


more than six months ago the upcoming samsung flagship smartphone galaxy s8 was rumored to come with a dual- setup. now, that we are much closer to the actual launch of the device, it's looking more and more like those rumors were unfounded. today a major leak, via the usually very reliable evan bl (a.k.a @evleaks), has revealed that the s8's era specification will indeed be very similar to its predecessor s7: a 12mp sensor and f1.7 aperture in the main era and 8mp with f1.7 at the front. the latter has an iris scanner next to it, like we've already seen it on the now discontinued galaxy note 7. there is no talk of ois but we'd be surprised if it would not be included. there will be a new visual search function that uses the era, though. the technology will be able to identify objects and