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Boxing champ Ricky Hatton splits from girlfriend of two years Charlie Nordell after ‘drifting apart’

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BOXING great Ricky Hatton has split from his girlfriend of two years, the Sun on Sunday can reveal. The former champ was said to have been kept on the straight and narrow by Charlie Nordell, 35, as he battled drink and drug problems following his retirement from the sport in 2012. But the couple have […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Star wars actress Daisy Ridley says she needed therapy after being tormented by stalkers

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STAR Wars beauty Daisy Ridley was left so terrified by stalkers after finding global fame with the film franchise that she had therapy. The actress, who reprises her role as freedom fighter Rey in The Rise Of Skywalker, in cinemas this week, says she was struck with “utter fear” after being targeted. And while she […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

We pit Jamaica against Barbados to find the perfect Caribbean holiday destination

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WITH beautiful infinity pools in Jamaica to tranquil stretches of sandy beaches in Barbados, there’s something to discover for everyone on these two gloriously sunny islands. But with so much to see and do, we take a look at some of the highlights of these two popular destinations. Jamaica Writer/PA Molly Reynolds finds a slice […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Study Suggests Eating Mushrooms Can Prevent Cognitive Decline In Seniors

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By John Vibes / Truth Theory A new study from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has suggested that having a diet that consists of a […] The post Study Suggests Eating Mushrooms Can Prevent Cognitive Decline In Seniors appeared first on TruthTheory . Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader

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Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.After Labour’s decisive election loss, party head Jeremy Corbyn announced his plans to resign from the leadership before the next election.A process to find a new leader is expected to start early next year, with his successor tasked with trying to unite a party that has become bitterly divided over Corbyn’s socialist policies and accusations of racism against Jews.Despite Corbyn’s failure to win at a national level, his popularity within the party will be tough to follow. Here are some of the people who could replace him:John McDonnell, 68: The Trotskyite in a Banker’s SuitThe 68-year-old follower of Marx has long harbored ambitions to become leader, putting himself forward to stand in 2007 and again in 2010 to challenge Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Instead, McDonnell became Labour’s economy spokesman in 2015 when his old friend Jeremy Corbyn won the leadership bid. Since then, he’s gained a reputation as a pragmatic politician with an ability to speak to both sides of the debate, one day taking tea with bankers from Goldman Sachs and the next calling for the overthrow of capitalism.But that’s also led to criticism of the Liverpool-born MP that he’s more interested in gaining power than sticking to his values. He’s also consistently said he’d back remain in a second Brexit referendum. After the resignation of Deputy Leader Tom Watson, McDonnell appears to be a natural successor though has ruled himself out of running. Instead, he may be poised to become a caretaker leader while the party decides how to move forward.Jess Phillips, 38: The Corbyn CriticKnown for her blunt and witty speeches, the 38-year old from Birmingham in central England has already said she may throw her hat in the ring. Despite sharing many of the same left-leaning views as Corbyn, she’s been a vocal critic of him, saying he’s not capable of winning a majority for Labour and repeatedly threatening to quit the party. For that reason she’s proved divisive -- hated by many Corbyn supporters who see her as undermining his efforts to win power.Despite her popularity, Phillips is characteristically a lone wolf and something of a contrarian. While backing a second Brexit referendum, she declined to join the People’s Vote campaign, and she’s on friendly terms with arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg.Keir Starmer, 57: The Arch RemainerCurrently the bookies’ favorite, Corbyn’s Brexit spokesman hasn’t always been loyal to the current leader -- particularly when it comes to the question of the U.K.’s relationship with the European Union. Starmer backed Corbyn’s rivals in the 2015 and 2016 leadership contests and is one of the party’s most vocal remainers.While Starmer has faced accusations of being out of touch with working class Leave voters in the North of England, he’s arguably closer to them than Corbyn, who was privately educated. To boot, he has an impressive career behind him. As a young lawyer 20 years ago, he helped two penniless environmental activists beat McDonald’s Corp. after they were sued by the global burger chain for libel. Their victory forced the government to review its libel laws to redress the balance between rich and poor.Rebecca Long-Bailey, 40: The Chosen OneIf you were going to build a new Labour leader from scratch, Long-Bailey would probably tick most of the boxes: she is a young and media-savvy female hailing from a northern constituency with a safe majority. Crucially, she’s also loyal to the leadership, even standing in for Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Questions in June. With the Labour membership still remaining firmly to the left of the party’s Parliamentarians, this could prove crucial in gaining her the support needed to win the contest.Long-Bailey is close friends with fellow leadership hopeful Angela Rayner, and there have been suggestions they could be the party’s next power duo, akin to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.Emily Thornberry, 59: Corbyn’s NeighborThe shadow foreign secretary is widely expected to toss her hat in the ring, especially after she refused to rule out a leadership bid in an interview with the New Statesman magazine in early December. A strong media performer with experience in both Ed Miliband’s and Jeremy Corbyn’s senior leadership teams, Thornberry pushed hard for Labour to back holding a second referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the EU.Old gaffes may come to haunt her, though. She was forced to resign her shadow cabinet post in 2014 after tweeting a picture perceived to be mocking working-class voters. Given she represents Islington South, neighboring Corbyn’s own Islington North, members may Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader

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Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.After Labour’s decisive election loss, party head Jeremy Corbyn announced his plans to resign from the leadership before the next election.A process to find a new leader is expected to start early next year, with his successor tasked with trying to unite a party that has become bitterly divided over Corbyn’s socialist policies and accusations of racism against Jews.Despite Corbyn’s failure to win at a national level, his popularity within the party will be tough to follow. Here are some of the people who could replace him:John McDonnell, 68: The Trotskyite in a Banker’s SuitThe 68-year-old follower of Marx has long harbored ambitions to become leader, putting himself forward to stand in 2007 and again in 2010 to challenge Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Instead, McDonnell became Labour’s economy spokesman in 2015 when his old friend Jeremy Corbyn won the leadership bid. Since then, he’s gained a reputation as a pragmatic politician with an ability to speak to both sides of the debate, one day taking tea with bankers from Goldman Sachs and the next calling for the overthrow of capitalism.But that’s also led to criticism of the Liverpool-born MP that he’s more interested in gaining power than sticking to his values. He’s also consistently said he’d back remain in a second Brexit referendum. After the resignation of Deputy Leader Tom Watson, McDonnell appears to be a natural successor though has ruled himself out of running. Instead, he may be poised to become a caretaker leader while the party decides how to move forward.Jess Phillips, 38: The Corbyn CriticKnown for her blunt and witty speeches, the 38-year old from Birmingham in central England has already said she may throw her hat in the ring. Despite sharing many of the same left-leaning views as Corbyn, she’s been a vocal critic of him, saying he’s not capable of winning a majority for Labour and repeatedly threatening to quit the party. For that reason she’s proved divisive -- hated by many Corbyn supporters who see her as undermining his efforts to win power.Despite her popularity, Phillips is characteristically a lone wolf and something of a contrarian. While backing a second Brexit referendum, she declined to join the People’s Vote campaign, and she’s on friendly terms with arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg.Keir Starmer, 57: The Arch RemainerCurrently the bookies’ favorite, Corbyn’s Brexit spokesman hasn’t always been loyal to the current leader -- particularly when it comes to the question of the U.K.’s relationship with the European Union. Starmer backed Corbyn’s rivals in the 2015 and 2016 leadership contests and is one of the party’s most vocal remainers.While Starmer has faced accusations of being out of touch with working class Leave voters in the North of England, he’s arguably closer to them than Corbyn, who was privately educated. To boot, he has an impressive career behind him. As a young lawyer 20 years ago, he helped two penniless environmental activists beat McDonald’s Corp. after they were sued by the global burger chain for libel. Their victory forced the government to review its libel laws to redress the balance between rich and poor.Rebecca Long-Bailey, 40: The Chosen OneIf you were going to build a new Labour leader from scratch, Long-Bailey would probably tick most of the boxes: she is a young and media-savvy female hailing from a northern constituency with a safe majority. Crucially, she’s also loyal to the leadership, even standing in for Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Questions in June. With the Labour membership still remaining firmly to the left of the party’s Parliamentarians, this could prove crucial in gaining her the support needed to win the contest.Long-Bailey is close friends with fellow leadership hopeful Angela Rayner, and there have been suggestions they could be the party’s next power duo, akin to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.Emily Thornberry, 59: Corbyn’s NeighborThe shadow foreign secretary is widely expected to toss her hat in the ring, especially after she refused to rule out a leadership bid in an interview with the New Statesman magazine in early December. A strong media performer with experience in both Ed Miliband’s and Jeremy Corbyn’s senior leadership teams, Thornberry pushed hard for Labour to back holding a second referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the EU.Old gaffes may come to haunt her, though. She was forced to resign her shadow cabinet post in 2014 after tweeting a picture perceived to be mocking working-class voters. Given she represents Islington South, neighboring Corbyn’s own Islington North, members may Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader

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Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.After Labour’s decisive election loss, party head Jeremy Corbyn announced his plans to resign from the leadership before the next election.A process to find a new leader is expected to start early next year, with his successor tasked with trying to unite a party that has become bitterly divided over Corbyn’s socialist policies and accusations of racism against Jews.Despite Corbyn’s failure to win at a national level, his popularity within the party will be tough to follow. Here are some of the people who could replace him:John McDonnell, 68: The Trotskyite in a Banker’s SuitThe 68-year-old follower of Marx has long harbored ambitions to become leader, putting himself forward to stand in 2007 and again in 2010 to challenge Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Instead, McDonnell became Labour’s economy spokesman in 2015 when his old friend Jeremy Corbyn won the leadership bid. Since then, he’s gained a reputation as a pragmatic politician with an ability to speak to both sides of the debate, one day taking tea with bankers from Goldman Sachs and the next calling for the overthrow of capitalism.But that’s also led to criticism of the Liverpool-born MP that he’s more interested in gaining power than sticking to his values. He’s also consistently said he’d back remain in a second Brexit referendum. After the resignation of Deputy Leader Tom Watson, McDonnell appears to be a natural successor though has ruled himself out of running. Instead, he may be poised to become a caretaker leader while the party decides how to move forward.Jess Phillips, 38: The Corbyn CriticKnown for her blunt and witty speeches, the 38-year old from Birmingham in central England has already said she may throw her hat in the ring. Despite sharing many of the same left-leaning views as Corbyn, she’s been a vocal critic of him, saying he’s not capable of winning a majority for Labour and repeatedly threatening to quit the party. For that reason she’s proved divisive -- hated by many Corbyn supporters who see her as undermining his efforts to win power.Despite her popularity, Phillips is characteristically a lone wolf and something of a contrarian. While backing a second Brexit referendum, she declined to join the People’s Vote campaign, and she’s on friendly terms with arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg.Keir Starmer, 57: The Arch RemainerCurrently the bookies’ favorite, Corbyn’s Brexit spokesman hasn’t always been loyal to the current leader -- particularly when it comes to the question of the U.K.’s relationship with the European Union. Starmer backed Corbyn’s rivals in the 2015 and 2016 leadership contests and is one of the party’s most vocal remainers.While Starmer has faced accusations of being out of touch with working class Leave voters in the North of England, he’s arguably closer to them than Corbyn, who was privately educated. To boot, he has an impressive career behind him. As a young lawyer 20 years ago, he helped two penniless environmental activists beat McDonald’s Corp. after they were sued by the global burger chain for libel. Their victory forced the government to review its libel laws to redress the balance between rich and poor.Rebecca Long-Bailey, 40: The Chosen OneIf you were going to build a new Labour leader from scratch, Long-Bailey would probably tick most of the boxes: she is a young and media-savvy female hailing from a northern constituency with a safe majority. Crucially, she’s also loyal to the leadership, even standing in for Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Questions in June. With the Labour membership still remaining firmly to the left of the party’s Parliamentarians, this could prove crucial in gaining her the support needed to win the contest.Long-Bailey is close friends with fellow leadership hopeful Angela Rayner, and there have been suggestions they could be the party’s next power duo, akin to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.Emily Thornberry, 59: Corbyn’s NeighborThe shadow foreign secretary is widely expected to toss her hat in the ring, especially after she refused to rule out a leadership bid in an interview with the New Statesman magazine in early December. A strong media performer with experience in both Ed Miliband’s and Jeremy Corbyn’s senior leadership teams, Thornberry pushed hard for Labour to back holding a second referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the EU.Old gaffes may come to haunt her, though. She was forced to resign her shadow cabinet post in 2014 after tweeting a picture perceived to be mocking working-class voters. Given she represents Islington South, neighboring Corbyn’s own Islington North, members may Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader

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Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.After Labour’s decisive election loss, party head Jeremy Corbyn announced his plans to resign from the leadership before the next election.A process to find a new leader is expected to start early next year, with his successor tasked with trying to unite a party that has become bitterly divided over Corbyn’s socialist policies and accusations of racism against Jews.Despite Corbyn’s failure to win at a national level, his popularity within the party will be tough to follow. Here are some of the people who could replace him:John McDonnell, 68: The Trotskyite in a Banker’s SuitThe 68-year-old follower of Marx has long harbored ambitions to become leader, putting himself forward to stand in 2007 and again in 2010 to challenge Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Instead, McDonnell became Labour’s economy spokesman in 2015 when his old friend Jeremy Corbyn won the leadership bid. Since then, he’s gained a reputation as a pragmatic politician with an ability to speak to both sides of the debate, one day taking tea with bankers from Goldman Sachs and the next calling for the overthrow of capitalism.But that’s also led to criticism of the Liverpool-born MP that he’s more interested in gaining power than sticking to his values. He’s also consistently said he’d back remain in a second Brexit referendum. After the resignation of Deputy Leader Tom Watson, McDonnell appears to be a natural successor though has ruled himself out of running. Instead, he may be poised to become a caretaker leader while the party decides how to move forward.Jess Phillips, 38: The Corbyn CriticKnown for her blunt and witty speeches, the 38-year old from Birmingham in central England has already said she may throw her hat in the ring. Despite sharing many of the same left-leaning views as Corbyn, she’s been a vocal critic of him, saying he’s not capable of winning a majority for Labour and repeatedly threatening to quit the party. For that reason she’s proved divisive -- hated by many Corbyn supporters who see her as undermining his efforts to win power.Despite her popularity, Phillips is characteristically a lone wolf and something of a contrarian. While backing a second Brexit referendum, she declined to join the People’s Vote campaign, and she’s on friendly terms with arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg.Keir Starmer, 57: The Arch RemainerCurrently the bookies’ favorite, Corbyn’s Brexit spokesman hasn’t always been loyal to the current leader -- particularly when it comes to the question of the U.K.’s relationship with the European Union. Starmer backed Corbyn’s rivals in the 2015 and 2016 leadership contests and is one of the party’s most vocal remainers.While Starmer has faced accusations of being out of touch with working class Leave voters in the North of England, he’s arguably closer to them than Corbyn, who was privately educated. To boot, he has an impressive career behind him. As a young lawyer 20 years ago, he helped two penniless environmental activists beat McDonald’s Corp. after they were sued by the global burger chain for libel. Their victory forced the government to review its libel laws to redress the balance between rich and poor.Rebecca Long-Bailey, 40: The Chosen OneIf you were going to build a new Labour leader from scratch, Long-Bailey would probably tick most of the boxes: she is a young and media-savvy female hailing from a northern constituency with a safe majority. Crucially, she’s also loyal to the leadership, even standing in for Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Questions in June. With the Labour membership still remaining firmly to the left of the party’s Parliamentarians, this could prove crucial in gaining her the support needed to win the contest.Long-Bailey is close friends with fellow leadership hopeful Angela Rayner, and there have been suggestions they could be the party’s next power duo, akin to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.Emily Thornberry, 59: Corbyn’s NeighborThe shadow foreign secretary is widely expected to toss her hat in the ring, especially after she refused to rule out a leadership bid in an interview with the New Statesman magazine in early December. A strong media performer with experience in both Ed Miliband’s and Jeremy Corbyn’s senior leadership teams, Thornberry pushed hard for Labour to back holding a second referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the EU.Old gaffes may come to haunt her, though. She was forced to resign her shadow cabinet post in 2014 after tweeting a picture perceived to be mocking working-class voters. Given she represents Islington South, neighboring Corbyn’s own Islington North, members may Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader

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Life After Corbyn? The Politicians Vying to Become Labour Leader (Bloomberg) -- Sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, follow us @Brexit and subscribe to our podcast.After Labour’s decisive election loss, party head Jeremy Corbyn announced his plans to resign from the leadership before the next election.A process to find a new leader is expected to start early next year, with his successor tasked with trying to unite a party that has become bitterly divided over Corbyn’s socialist policies and accusations of racism against Jews.Despite Corbyn’s failure to win at a national level, his popularity within the party will be tough to follow. Here are some of the people who could replace him:John McDonnell, 68: The Trotskyite in a Banker’s SuitThe 68-year-old follower of Marx has long harbored ambitions to become leader, putting himself forward to stand in 2007 and again in 2010 to challenge Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Instead, McDonnell became Labour’s economy spokesman in 2015 when his old friend Jeremy Corbyn won the leadership bid. Since then, he’s gained a reputation as a pragmatic politician with an ability to speak to both sides of the debate, one day taking tea with bankers from Goldman Sachs and the next calling for the overthrow of capitalism.But that’s also led to criticism of the Liverpool-born MP that he’s more interested in gaining power than sticking to his values. He’s also consistently said he’d back remain in a second Brexit referendum. After the resignation of Deputy Leader Tom Watson, McDonnell appears to be a natural successor though has ruled himself out of running. Instead, he may be poised to become a caretaker leader while the party decides how to move forward.Jess Phillips, 38: The Corbyn CriticKnown for her blunt and witty speeches, the 38-year old from Birmingham in central England has already said she may throw her hat in the ring. Despite sharing many of the same left-leaning views as Corbyn, she’s been a vocal critic of him, saying he’s not capable of winning a majority for Labour and repeatedly threatening to quit the party. For that reason she’s proved divisive -- hated by many Corbyn supporters who see her as undermining his efforts to win power.Despite her popularity, Phillips is characteristically a lone wolf and something of a contrarian. While backing a second Brexit referendum, she declined to join the People’s Vote campaign, and she’s on friendly terms with arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg.Keir Starmer, 57: The Arch RemainerCurrently the bookies’ favorite, Corbyn’s Brexit spokesman hasn’t always been loyal to the current leader -- particularly when it comes to the question of the U.K.’s relationship with the European Union. Starmer backed Corbyn’s rivals in the 2015 and 2016 leadership contests and is one of the party’s most vocal remainers.While Starmer has faced accusations of being out of touch with working class Leave voters in the North of England, he’s arguably closer to them than Corbyn, who was privately educated. To boot, he has an impressive career behind him. As a young lawyer 20 years ago, he helped two penniless environmental activists beat McDonald’s Corp. after they were sued by the global burger chain for libel. Their victory forced the government to review its libel laws to redress the balance between rich and poor.Rebecca Long-Bailey, 40: The Chosen OneIf you were going to build a new Labour leader from scratch, Long-Bailey would probably tick most of the boxes: she is a young and media-savvy female hailing from a northern constituency with a safe majority. Crucially, she’s also loyal to the leadership, even standing in for Corbyn at Prime Minister’s Questions in June. With the Labour membership still remaining firmly to the left of the party’s Parliamentarians, this could prove crucial in gaining her the support needed to win the contest.Long-Bailey is close friends with fellow leadership hopeful Angela Rayner, and there have been suggestions they could be the party’s next power duo, akin to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.Emily Thornberry, 59: Corbyn’s NeighborThe shadow foreign secretary is widely expected to toss her hat in the ring, especially after she refused to rule out a leadership bid in an interview with the New Statesman magazine in early December. A strong media performer with experience in both Ed Miliband’s and Jeremy Corbyn’s senior leadership teams, Thornberry pushed hard for Labour to back holding a second referendum on the U.K.’s membership of the EU.Old gaffes may come to haunt her, though. She was forced to resign her shadow cabinet post in 2014 after tweeting a picture perceived to be mocking working-class voters. Given she represents Islington South, neighboring Corbyn’s own Islington North, members may Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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Vy si klidně volte a my z náměstí rozhodneme, kdo povládne? Ne! Foldyna naložil chvilkařům, i za bordel v Praze

15.12.2019, 10:37

ROZHOVOR „Protože demonstranti nemají respekt k výsledku demokratických a svobodných voleb, není překvapivé, že nemají respekt ani k cizímu majetku,“ tvrdí o projevech demonstrantů a pomalované ceduli ČSSD poslanec a sociální demokrat Jaroslav Foldyna. K popsaným chodníkům s ironií podotýká, že když křídou malují po chodnících i malé děti, proč by to nemohli dělat demonstranti? Podle Foldyny je to lepší než zapalovat auta nebo rozbíjet výlohy. Opoziční TOP 09, Piráti, ODS, STAN a KDU-ČSL je hezká skupinka – taková moderní, protinárodní, eurohujerská Národní fronta. Tu voliči jistě ocení.
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15.12.2019, 10:05

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15.12.2019, 07:56

ROZHOVOR „Útoky v místech, která odedávna měla nepsaný určitý status bezpečí, se vždy vnímaly jako podlé zločiny nejhrubšího zrna. Vyřizovat si účty na slabých a nemocných je neomluvitelná zbabělost,“ říká nekompromisně Otto Černý (Trikolóra), politický vězeň minulého režimu, oceněný účastník třetího odboje, signatář Charty 77 a později nucený emigrant. Černý tvrdí, že je třeba zaktivizovat občany, aby byli schopni se bránit, to nejvíce útočníky odradí. Současně upozornil, že motající se lidé s kapucemi na hlavě a se sluchátky v uších, kteří zírají do mobilů, budou v krizových situacích prvními oběťmi a jádrem bezhlavé paniky. Násilník by měl vědět, že vždy může narazit na ozbrojeného občana, který nebude váhat svoji zbraň použít.
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Co řekla britská rozvědka o Corbynovi? Kdyby vyhrál... Marx, nenávist k židům a fotky s teroristy. Ben Kuras přináší podrobnosti

15.12.2019, 04:45

ROZHOVOR Proč podle spisovatele a bývalého redaktora BBC Benjamina Kurase jasně v britských parlamentních volbách vyhráli konzervativci, a debakl utržili labouristé? „Především kvůli obavám, že vládu by mohla převzít nejextremističtější levicová marxistická, antisemitská, antikapitalistická a proteroristická strana, jaká dnes v Evropě existuje,“ domnívá se. Britové se podle něj už do EU nebudou chtít vrátit. „A pokud budou zlobit Skotsko a Severní Irsko, tak Anglie s Walesem je spíše pošlou do háje a stanou se nejbohatší zemí Evropy, jak někdo propočítal,“ dodává.
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15.12.2019, 07:15

Ekonom Vladimír Pikora má za to, že lidstvu chtějí vládnout bezdětné ženy. Vychází přitom z opakovaného zvolení Angely Merkelové německou kancléřkou nebo z nového zvolení čtyřiatřicetileté sociální demokratky Sanny Marinové novou finskou premiérkou. Svůj komentář pro Reflex.cz uvedl zrýmovaným titulkem „Auta a rodiny jenom pro spodiny aneb Lidé bez budoucnosti chtějí vládnout světu“.
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