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Danny Rose: England and Tottenham left-back ‘can’t wait’ to retire from football due to racism problems – ‘I just want to get out of it’

Danny Rose: England and Tottenham left-back ‘can’t wait’ to retire from football due to racism problems – ‘I just want to get out of it’

Sports
GET ME OUT Rose has suffered from racial abuse on occasions throughout his career, most recently during England's Euro 2020 qualifier at Montenegro last month England and Tottenham defender Danny Rose is so sick of football’s failure to tackle racism that he ‘can’t wait’ to retire from the game. The full-back has been victim of abuse multiple times in his career, most recently during the Three Lions’ Euro 2020 qualifier at Montenegro last week. Danny Rose was subjected to racist abuse when he was booked towards the end of the 5-1 win Rose, alongside teammates Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi were chanted at by some of the home crowd, in a game where the defender was cautioned by the referee late on. The incident is not an isolated one t
Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems

Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems

World
Media playback is unsupported on your device Rescuers are working to airlift 1,300 people stranded on a cruise ship off the west coast of Norway.The Viking Sky lost power on Saturday and sent out a distress signal after it began drifting towards land.It got into trouble in a notoriously difficult stretch of waters and was reportedly minutes from striking rocks.The vessel has since restarted three of its four engines and is moving towards the nearest port with the assistance of tugboats.So far, more than 300 passengers have been rescued. Most of those on board are said to be British or US citizens."During the night, the sea was very rough. The boat rolled and rolled. And then we went to breakfast. And then we were going for the afternoon film s...
Harry Potter’s Robbie Coltrane left wheelchair-bound after 'crippling' health problems

Harry Potter’s Robbie Coltrane left wheelchair-bound after 'crippling' health problems

Entertainment
Harry Potter star Robbie Coltrane has sparked concern among fans after he was spotted in a wheelchair this week.The 68-year-old actor, who played friendly half-human half-giant Rubeus Hagrid in the hit saga, was seen at the Renaissance Hotel in London, where he was promoting Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike ride at Universal.According to The Sun, Robbie has been unable to walk due to a problem with his knee.A source told the publication: “Robbie has been in constant pain for years now, with his knee constantly deteriorating. Related Articles HEALTH PROBLEMS: Robbie Coltrane was seen using a wheelchair after crippling health issues (Pic: GETTY ) “It’s left him unable to walk without any assistance and he’s been given a wheelchair while he waits to have a spe...
The controversial tech used to predict problems before they happen

The controversial tech used to predict problems before they happen

Technology
By Rowland Manthorpe, technology correspondent At least 53 councils are using computer models to detect problems before they happen, according to new research by Cardiff University and Sky News, which shows the scale of the controversial technology in UK public services.So-called predictive algorithms are being used by councils for everything from traffic management to benefits sanctions. The real figures could be much higher, as not every local authority responded fully to freedom of information requests.Almost a third of the UK's 45 police forces are also using predictive algorithms.:: Analysis - Hidden revolution is taking place :: Add to Apple podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Spreaker. Image: More than 50 lo...
Report outlines problems U.S. will likely face from climate change

Report outlines problems U.S. will likely face from climate change

Science
Nov. 23 (UPI) -- Climate change will have a far-reaching affect on the U.S. if more is not done to combat it, according to the Fourth National Climate Assessment by the U.S. Global Change Research Program. The report, released Friday and mandated by a 1990 law, outlined a number of challenges the U.S. could face if global climate change is left unmitigated. It also said climate change is already affecting the country. "The impacts of climate change are already being felt in communities across the country. ... Future climate change is expected to further disrupt many areas of life, exacerbating existing challenges to prosperity posed by aging and deteriorating infrastructure, stressed ecosystems, and economic inequality," the report said in its summary findings. Some effects may be felt so...