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Trump suspended from Twitch as Reddit shuts down supporters’ forum

Trump suspended from Twitch as Reddit shuts down supporters’ forum

Technology
Donald Trump has been suspended from livestreaming platform Twitch for "hateful conduct" and Reddit has shut down a forum for the president's supporters.Twitch, which is owned by Amazon, said it had temporarily banned the president's channel because it violated its hateful conduct policy. "Hateful conduct is not allowed on Twitch," a spokeswoman said."In line with our policies, President Trump's channel has been issued a temporary suspension from Twitch for comments made on stream, and the offending content has been removed." Image: Reddit co-founder Steve Huffman (L) said the Trump supporters' page violated its policy of not promoting hate She said one of the streams was a rebroadcast of a 2016 Trump rally in which the president said...
‘Winning Premier League title behind closed doors is our worst fear’ – Liverpool supporters’ union reveal coronavirus worries

‘Winning Premier League title behind closed doors is our worst fear’ – Liverpool supporters’ union reveal coronavirus worries

Sports
Liverpool officials and fans have genuine fears their celebrations of a landmark Premier League title will be completely ruined by the coronavirus outbreak. There are reports the Reds could lift the trophy in an empty stadium, as the top flight considers how to tackle to the virus in the coming weeks after the first stage of precautionary measures this weekend. Behind the scenes at Anfield, and across the Premier League, a number of measures were put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Getty Images - Getty A number of face masks were spotted in the Anfield stands during Liverpool’s clash with Bournemouth Scrap handshakes permanently, not just for coronavirus, says Ally McCoist - It's a meaningless gimmick According t
‘It’s so wrong’ – Hector Bellerin slams Arsenal Fan TV and accuses supporters of 'feeding off failure'

‘It’s so wrong’ – Hector Bellerin slams Arsenal Fan TV and accuses supporters of 'feeding off failure'

Sports
Arsenal right-back Hector BellerinFriday, February 16, 2018Arsenal star Hector Bellerin has hit out at Arsenal Fan TV during his appearance at the Oxford Union.The YouTube channel that has over 670,000 subscribers and videos that have been viewed nearly 400,000,000 times, regularly goes viral with post-match fan interviews.A host of regular supporters are often extremely critical of players and performances, especially with the Gunners’ fall from Premier League title contenders to top four hopefuls.But Bellerin slammed the channel in a question and answer session, insisting they were just feeding off the club’s failure and trying to make money.“I don't think there's players who go on the internet to watch Arsenal Fan TV,”he said when asked what the Arsenal squad made of the Youtube channel
Brexit supporters list demands for 'divorce bill' talks

Brexit supporters list demands for 'divorce bill' talks

Business
Leading Brexit supporters have urged the prime minister not to settle the UK's "divorce bill" unless the EU agrees to a series of conditions.The Leave Means Leave group, which includes ex-cabinet ministers, says Brussels must end the European Court of Justice's jurisdiction over the UK.It also wants freedom of movement to the UK for EU citizens to stop when Britain leaves the bloc in March 2019.Theresa May is to hold more meetings next week on the terms of the UK exit.The UK is hoping to move on to talking about trade but the EU will only do this when it deems "sufficient progress" has been made on three areas - the so-called divorce bill, the rights of EU citizens in the UK after Brexit and the Irish border.The prime minister has said discussions were continuing over the amount the UK wil...
President's supporters attack Venezuelan MPs

President's supporters attack Venezuelan MPs

World
The Venezuelan National Assembly has been stormed, and seven politicians hurt, after pro-government groups attacked members of congress.Five opposition members of parliament were taken to hospital following the attack by about 100 supporters of President Nicolas Maduro, who were armed with metal pipes, wooden sticks and clubs.Two employees of the assembly were also reported to have been injured in the assault, which left people with blood pouring from their heads and the walls stained with blood.The attack took place on Wednesday - Venezuela's independence day - marking 206 years of the country's independence from Spain.Government backers broke through the front gate, crossing the interior gardens before reaching the corridors of the congressional building.One man was reported to be carryi...