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South Africa’s referee Jonathan Kaplan (L) whistles to confirm the first try of England’s winger Josh Lewsey (2ndR) as France’s winger Vincent Clerc (R) and France’s fullback Damien Traille look dejected during the rugby union World Cup 2007 semi final match England vs. France at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, north of Paris, 13 October 2007. AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images) A classless act in a classy sport?: Armitage’s actions show a lack of maturity rather than maliceBy Gavin MortimerWHAT’S ALL the fuss about? Or put another way: what’s so different about what Delon Armitage did to Clermont’s Brock James from what Josh Lewsey did to Damian Traille during the 2007 World Cup semi-final? Remember that? England’s erudite winger dotted down in the second minute, exploiting the Frenchman’s inexperience at full-back. As Lewsey got to his feet he patted Traille on the head. If that’s not taunting a beaten opponent then I don’t know what is.Yet did the rugby world go crackers? Did players, past and present, line up to have a pop shot at Lewsey? No. In fact one newspaper, the Independent, offered its readers the chance to buy a print of the moment, captured by one of its snappers, with the paper headlining the photo ‘Lewsey rubs it in’.Armitage’s gesture was no more offensive but now thanks to Twitter we live in an age of immediacy, where people can sound off before the paint is dry, so to speak .Which is what people did on Saturday afternoon. “Since when did the values of rugby include taunting an opponent in the act of scoring a try?” asked Scotland scrum-half Chris Cusiter. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Level playing field?: Lewsey’s actions were celebratedThis isn’t a defence of Armitage. For too long he’s indulged in prattish behaviour, be it pushing a doping officer, fighting in a nightclub or his lengthening roll call of reckless tackles. But is what he did to Brock James as he ran in Toulon’s try against Clermont really any worse than what was allegedly done to him a few minutes earlier? It’s said that Aurelien Rougierie patted Armitage on the head after Clermont had scored a try, while it’s also been claimed the former England full-back was subjected to ‘duck’ taunts by the opposition.Brian Moore tweeted that he would have chinned any player who had done that to him during his illustrious career, yet didn’t the feisty England hooker revel in his ability to wind up the French front-row with a few choice words at the set-piece? And if you search hard enough on Google, you’ll find a photo of ‘Pitbull’ in all his glory, mouthing off to a couple of crestfallen Welsh players in the aftermath of another England try during a Five Nations encounter. And on the subject of photos and taunts, what about the famous snap of Johnny Sexton screaming in the face of Munster rival Ronan O’Gara during Leinster’s victory at Croke Park in the 2009 Heineken Cup semi-final? Apparently Sexton, in the course of celebrating a Brian O’Driscoll try, was taking his revenge for a series of alleged sledges from O’Gara about his failure to drop a goal. But that was put down to that catch-all excuse of modern sport – ‘passion’.The greatest vulgarity committed by Armitage on Saturday wasn’t the taunt aimed at James, but the personal insult directed the way of Moore in response to his initial tweet. It’s too childish to bear repeating – and it’s since been deleted from Armitage’s account – but it demonstrated that Delon, fine rugby player that he is, still has some growing up to do.
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SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Oct 16, 2016 Facebook Twitter SHARE Previous articleThe FFA Should Change Its NameNext articleIndiana, Home of the Cattle Drive Hoosier Ag Today After much bigger rain totals yesterday than anticipated, we do get back to dry, warm and windy weather today. The question will be: do we see enough drying today and tomorrow to see any harvest progress before the next front arrive. Helping the cause will be well above normal temps in the upper 70s and low 80s, lower humidity and strong breezes. Hindering the cause will be rain totals yesterday that were near or over an inch in spots. Still, we should be able to see good drying over the next 48 hours.Our next front impacts the state overnight Tuesday night into Wednesday, but initially will not have that much moisture with it. WE like plenty of clouds to come in overnight Tuesday and perhaps a few spits or sprinkles. But, as the front stalls over central Indiana on Wednesday, we expect the boundary to light up with rain and thunderstorm action, which will continue to develop right on into Thursday morning. WE like the best action from mid afternoon Wednesday through 10 am Thursday. Rain totals can be from .25” to 1.5” with coverage at nearly 80% of the state. The best coverage will be in central Indiana, where the biggest threat of thunderstorms or heavy rains will be. But…we do like rains in many parts of the state overall.Drier air is back for the balance of Thursday on through the weekend and early next week. However, temps do pull back and will be closer to normal in that period. Humidity values will drop. But with the strong rain potential, we think that there may be a bigger delay in getting back to the field as we finish this week. Still, with 5 full days, one has to think we can get something going over the weekend or early next week.The next system arrives Tuesday night into Wednesday of next week with rains of .25”-.5and coverage at 60%. This system is not as impressive, but still has the potential to bring another harvest slowdown closer to the 26th. Temps will remain near normal.In the extended window, we don’t see anything significant until the end of the 15 day window…with a system coming out of the central and southern plains around the 30thj and 31st. This will bring rains that can be from half to 1.5” and coverage should be around 100%. This looks like it could be a significant, slow moving rain event, one that can bring down some significantly cooler air behind it. Still, its timing means we may not have a significant frost threat until sometime into early November. Home News Feed Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for October 17, 2016 Ryan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for October 17, 2016 Facebook Twitter
As new parliament opens, RSF calls on the UK government to reverse negative press freedom trends News Worrying moves under May’s leadership lead to dropped UK ranking in RSF’s 2017 World Press Freedom Index Follow the news on United Kingdom April 25, 2018 RSF Index 2018: UK remains one of the worst-ranked Western European countries A continued heavy-handed approach towards the press – often in the name of national security – and a climate of hostility towards the media resulted in the UK keeping its status as one of the worst-ranked Western European countries in the Reporters Without Borders (RSF) 2018 World Press Freedom Index. News In RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index, the UK failed to improve its ranking of 40th out of 180 countries. This places the UK between Trinidad and Tobago and Burkina Faso, and leaves it as one of the worst-ranked countries in Western Europe in terms of respect for press freedom.This follows the UK dropping two places in the 2017 World Press Freedom Index, a year that saw an overall decline in democracies around the world. It also represents a staggering decline for the UK of 18 places since the first World Press Freedom Index was published in 2002.Throughout the year, RSF highlighted a number of worrying moves against press freedom in the UK. An alarming proposal by the Law Commission to replace the Official Secrets Act with an updated ‘Espionage Act’ could make it easy to jail journalists as ‘spies’ for obtaining leaked information and see them jailed for up to 14 years. The government began to implement the Investigatory Powers Act with insufficient protection mechanisms for whistleblowers, journalists, and their sources. Home Secretary Amber Rudd repeatedly threatened to restrict encryption tools such as WhatsApp and announced plans to criminalise the repeated viewing of extremist content.Both the Conservative and Labour parties restricted journalists’ access to campaign events ahead of the June 2017 general election. BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg received extensive online abuse and threats, resulting in her being assigned bodyguards to cover the Labour Party conference in September. Offshore law firm Appleby have initiated legal proceedings against the BBC and The Guardianfor breach of confidence over the Paradise Papers source materials, making them the only two media outlets out of 96 in 67 countries that analysed the Paradise Papers to be taken to court.Section 40 of the Crime and Courts Act 2013 remained on the books, presenting cause for concern as the law’s punitive cost-shifting provision could hold publishers liable for the costs of all claims made against them, regardless of merit. Although after the end of the year the government announced that it would not implement Section 40 and would seek to repeal it, there have already been similar amendments proposed to the Data Protection Bill currently being deliberated in the House of Commons, making it clear that the divisive issue of press regulation continues to pose a threat to press freedom in the UK.“Maintaining our ranking of 40th out of 180 countries is nothing to be proud of, and puts us in the embarrassing position of having one of the worst records on press freedom in Western Europe. This is unacceptable for a country that plays an important international standard-setting role when it comes to human rights and fundamental freedoms. We must examine the longer-term trend of worrying moves to restrict press freedom, and hold the UK government to account”, said RSF UK Bureau Director Rebecca Vincent.The UK maintained its poor ranking in the midst of an alarming year for press freedom globally, particularly in Europe, a region that has been shaken by the murders of two journalists in the space of five months – Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta and Jan Kuciak in Slovakia – as well as increased threats to investigative reporters and unprecedented verbal attacks on the media.Press contact: Rebecca Vincent, [email protected], +44 (0)7583 137751 United KingdomEurope – Central Asia Freedom of expression Help by sharing this information RSF_en to go further Receive email alerts News April 26, 2017 Find out more United KingdomEurope – Central Asia Freedom of expression Organisation June 22, 2017 Find out more
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Previous articleSenator O’Domhnaill’s rate proposals ‘unfeasible’Next articleCoughlan and Blaney support helps Cowen to confidence win News Highland Twitter Facebook By News Highland – January 19, 2011 Pinterest Newsx Adverts Tánaiste moves to ease Councillors concerns over school closures Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Cllr Jimmy Harte has raised concerns that almost 60 two-teacher schools across Donegal could face closure or amalgamation in a Departmental review which is currently taking place.The value-for-money review is being undertaken by the Department of Education and it has the aim of cutting costs.Many are located close to other schools, raising question marks about whether they can be amalgamated to save money. There are 57 two-teacher schools in Donegal.Cllr Harte said that there is a need to properly equip the schools which are set to absorb new pupils:[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/jimmyskool.mp3[/podcast]Meanwhile Tánaiste and Minister for Education Mary Coughlan has expressed her strong opposition to the closure of small schools and Garda stations.She says a Value for Money review is presently taking place relating to small primary schools in the Department of Education and Skills.The Tanaiste says this process is a normal procedure conducted by all Government Departments regarding areas of significant public expenditure. Facebook Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Pinterest Google+ Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey
Google+ WhatsApp Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Road Safety Group PARC is calling on all General Election Candidates and parties to sign up to their road safety manifesto which proposes one database to share for all following some failing to give a response on the matter.So far, most political parties including Sinn Fein and Fianna Fail have signed the document with the most notable absent signature being Fine Gael.Spokesperson Susan Gray says the group has contacted Taoiseach Enda Kenny several times but no reply and is now calling on him to give a response as to why he hasn’t committed to the manifesto:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/susanmanifesto.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Previous article2016 Ulster Club Championship fixtures releasedNext articleFormer Derry DUP Councillor admits 23 counts of fraud admin Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Twitter Twitter Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews By admin – February 23, 2016 Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Google+ Pinterest PARC ask why Taoiseach hasn’t signed their Road Safety manifesto