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Mayor of London has confidence in Met Police chief, Sky News understands - after force apologises for officer's 'openly Jewish' comments

Sky News Sunday, 21 April 2024
Sadiq Khan has confidence in Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley despite him facing calls to quit over the force's handling of a recent pro-Palestine protest, Sky News understands.
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Mark Rowley Mark Rowley British police officer (born 1964)

PM has confidence in Rowley if he rebuilds trust with public [Video]

PM has confidence in Rowley if he rebuilds trust with public

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has said he shares the 'shock and anger' over a confrontation between a Met Police officer and Gideon Falter, adding he has confidence in commissioner Sir Mark Rowley. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Falter: Met Police needs commissioner who'll end marches [Video]

Falter: Met Police needs commissioner who'll end marches

Gideon Falter has called for Met Police's Sir Mark Rowley to resign or be replaced by a commissioner who will end the marches for Palestine. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sadiq Khan Sadiq Khan Mayor of London since 2016

Votes counted as Labour closes in on London mayoral victory [Video]

Votes counted as Labour closes in on London mayoral victory

Labour closes in on a London mayoral victory for Sadiq Khan on Saturday. With just five of 14 constituencies declared, London’s Labour incumbent Mr Khan was leading with over 427,000 votes, with Ms Hall just over 234,000. The total turnout in the election is 2,495,621, with fewer than half of the results yet to be declared. Report by Covellm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Khan and Starmer visit polling stations at elections begin [Video]

Khan and Starmer visit polling stations at elections begin

London Mayor Sadiq Khan was seen petting his family dog after making a visit to a local polling station as local and mayoral elections begin across England. Report by Ajagbef. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Khan denies he'll introduce 'pay per mile' if re-elected [Video]

Khan denies he'll introduce 'pay per mile' if re-elected

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has denied he will introduce 'pay per mile' road charging in the capital were he to be elected for a third term. Instead, he said he wants to continue to improve public transport in the capital - starting with ensuring all buses across the network were zero emission. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Susan Hall explains low-key London election campaign launch [Video]

Susan Hall explains low-key London election campaign launch

Conservative London mayoral candidate, Susan Hall, launched her election campaign on Sunday in Uxbridge, with a focus on ULEZ, crime and housing. The Member of the London Assembly, who is Sadiq Khan’s main challenger in the upcoming election, explained her low-key launch. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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London London Capital and largest city of the United Kingdom

Sunak insists his ‘plan is working’ at election rally [Video]

Sunak insists his ‘plan is working’ at election rally

Rishi Sunak hails Conservative Party activists as "the life blood of our incredible party" who were "up for this General Election" at a rally in London's ExCel Centre. Flanked by cheering and clapping cabinet colleagues, the prime minister wearing shirt sleeves, following his soggy Downing Street appearance earlier, insists his “plan is working”. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Boeing Facing Potential Boycott Following Fatal Severe Turbulence Incident [Video]

Boeing Facing Potential Boycott Following Fatal Severe Turbulence Incident

Boeing Facing Potential , Boycott Following Fatal , Severe Turbulence Incident. 'Newsweek' reports that Boeing is facing renewed calls for a boycott of the plane manufacturer after a fatal severe turbulence incident on a Singapore Airlines flight. . On May 21, Singapore Airlines flight SQ321 encountered "clear-air turbulence" that injured 23 passengers and nine crew members. . Geoffrey Kitchen, a 73-year-old British musical theater director, died following the incident on the Boeing 777 en route from London to Singapore. . In a statement released after the incident, Singapore Airlines said that medical personnel were on standby to assist the injured at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport. According to authorities, a total of 14 people were hospitalized with minor injuries. . 'Newsweek' reports that clear-air turbulence is undetectable by radar, making it an unpredictable and inherently dangerous situation. According to data from Flightradar24, the Boeing 777 plummeted over 6,000 feet in under three minutes. . The news comes as Boeing faces increased scrutiny regarding its quality and safety standards following a string of recent incidents. . In January, the rear door plug of an Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 Max 9 came off in mid-flight, an incident which resulted in the FAA grounding all Max 9 aircraft. . In March, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner from Australia to New Zealand abruptly lost altitude, injuring nearly 50 people. . Those incidents followed fatal 737 MAX crashes in Indonesia in 2018 and Ethiopia in 2019, which killed over 300 people and grounded the MAX model for nearly two years. . Those incidents followed fatal 737 MAX crashes in Indonesia in 2018 and Ethiopia in 2019, which killed over 300 people and grounded the MAX model for nearly two years.

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How To Cook Mushrooms for Someone Who Hates Them [Video]

How To Cook Mushrooms for Someone Who Hates Them

How To Cook , Mushrooms , for Someone Who Hates Them. 'The Guardian' offered tips for converting a mushroom hater into a full-fledged fungi lover. . Will Murray, chef and co-founder of Fallow in London suggests taking advantage of the wide variety of different mushrooms and all the creative ways they can be prepared. . Will Murray, chef and co-founder of Fallow in London suggests taking advantage of the wide variety of different mushrooms and all the creative ways they can be prepared. . If, for example, you brine and deep-fry grey oyster mushrooms, they take on the texture of fried chicken, Will Murray, chef and co-founder of Fallow, via 'The Guardian'. He also suggests using more butter than what seems sensible and cooking the shrooms at a high heat. . He also suggests using more butter than what seems sensible and cooking the shrooms at a high heat. . Helen Graham, head chef of Bubala in London, also suggests getting your mushrooms crispy to get away from the texture that turns some people off to fungi. . Mushrooms hold a lot of liquid, so you need to fry them for quite a while to get them crisp. If you don’t take them to the color you want before adding other stuff to the pan, the mushrooms will never catch up, Helen Graham, Head chef of Bubala, via 'The Guardian'. Noor Murad, chef at the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen, suggests a barbecued portobello sandwich. . I love throwing mushrooms on the grill and slathering them in barbecue sauce [homemade or store-bought], Noor Murad, chef at the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen, via 'The Guardian'. 'The Guardian' recommends serving with a slaw and even melting a square of cheese on top of your grilled portobello. . If you want to try raw mushrooms, Murray suggests thinly sliced chestnut or portobellos dressed with sherry vinegar, Dijon mustard, olive oil, fresh herbs and minced garlic. If you want to try raw mushrooms, Murray suggests thinly sliced chestnut or portobellos dressed with sherry vinegar, Dijon mustard, olive oil, fresh herbs and minced garlic

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'Grow up': Minister defends taking shoes and socks off on train

A minister has defended himself and told people to "grow up" after pictures shared on social media showed him barefoot on a train to London.
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Human remains found in river believed to be of woman 'dismembered with power tools'

Human remains found in a river in south London are believed to be of Sarah Mayhew, police have said.
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Metropolitan Police Metropolitan Police Territorial police force of Greater London

Teenage boy killed in Hainault named as Daniel Anjorin [Video]

Teenage boy killed in Hainault named as Daniel Anjorin

A 14-year-old boy killed in a sword attack as he walked to school has been named as Daniel Anjorin. Tributes have been paid to the teenager who has been described as a "much-loved" pupil and a keen footballer. The horrific attack which took place in Hainault, north-east London on Tuesday morning left four more people injured. The Metropolitan Police said a 36-year-old man remains in custody on suspicion of Daniel's murder. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Met confirm ‘no trace’ of prior incident in Hainault attack [Video]

Met confirm ‘no trace’ of prior incident in Hainault attack

The Metropolitan Police confirm they have found “no trace” of a prior incident involving a sword attacker near Hainault Tube station on Tuesday. Assistant Commissioner Louisa Rolfe says however, “we will continue to make those inquiries”. Report by Ajagbef. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Boy, 14, killed in sword attack on way to school in London [Video]

Boy, 14, killed in sword attack on way to school in London

A 14-year-old boy has died following multiple stabbings in Hainault, north-east London as a sword-wielding suspect remains in custody after being tasered and arrested on suspicion of murder. The Metropolitan Police say four other people were injured in the attack, and that the suspect is in hospital after sustaining injuries when his van hit a house. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Thousands of Palestine supporters join march in London [Video]

Thousands of Palestine supporters join march in London

"Hundreds of thousands" of people descended on London for a pro-Palestinian march on Saturday, as the Metropolitan Police warns months of protest have caused "fear and uncertainty" in Jewish communities. The event, organised by the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC), began at Parliament Square from 12pm and is expected to draw larger crowds as the day goes on. Report by Kennedyl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Cooper: Rowley leading important reforms across Met Police [Video]

Cooper: Rowley leading important reforms across Met Police

Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper has said the incident between a Met Police officer and Gideon Falter was 'wrongly handled' but the commissioner was leading 'important reforms' across the force. Report by Alibhaiz. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Sky News British and international television news channel

Rishi Sunak to call general election for 4 July, Sky News understands

Rishi Sunak will call a general election for 4 July, Sky News understands.
Sky News

Iranians 'urged to mourn' president as funeral events begin

Anti-government protesters in Iran have told Sky News they have received calls from officials urging them to attend mourning events for late president Ebrahim..
Sky News

Israeli minister says there is no famine in Gaza and 'never has been'

A member of Israel's war cabinet has told Sky News there is no famine in Gaza and there "never has been".
Sky News

Jews Jews Ethnoreligious group and nation

Men accused of planning machine gun attack on Jewish community appear in court

Two men from Greater Manchester have appeared in court accused of preparing to carry out a machine gun attack on Jewish targets and members of law enforcement..
Sky News
France: Report finds that 86% of French Jews live in fear [Video]

France: Report finds that 86% of French Jews live in fear

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Columbia Law Students' Controversial 'Warning' Amid Anti-Israel Stir | Oneindia News [Video]

Columbia Law Students' Controversial 'Warning' Amid Anti-Israel Stir | Oneindia News

Columbia Law students' email sparks outrage as they link Jewish safety to Palestine conflict, while critics denounce it as antisemitic. Meanwhile, students demand exam cancellations citing NYPD 'violence' trauma. #CampusProtests #ColumbiaUniversity #ColumbiaControversy #JewStudents #ColumbiaLawStudents #AntiIsraelProtest #ProPalestineProtest #ColumbiaStudentsWarning #Oneindia ~HT.97~PR.274~ED.155~

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Jewish UCLA Student's Powerful Response to Anti-Israel Activists | Denied Entry on Campus |Oneindia [Video]

Jewish UCLA Student's Powerful Response to Anti-Israel Activists | Denied Entry on Campus |Oneindia

Watch as a Jewish student at UCLA shares a powerful speech after being denied entry by pro-Palestinian activists. In the face of adversity, he stands tall and calls out those who 'cower behind their masks'. Stay informed with the latest updates on campus tensions and student activism. #ProPalestineProtestors #JewishStudent #UCLA #UniversityofCalifornia #UCLAStudent #AntiIsraelProtest #CampusProtests #ProPalestineActivists #OneindiaNews ~PR.274~ED.155~GR.125~HT.96~

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Palestinians Palestinians Ethnonational group of the Levant

What's happening in Gaza is unconscionable, says Irish PM Harris [Video]

What's happening in Gaza is unconscionable, says Irish PM Harris

Irish Prime Minister Simon Harris answered Euronews' questions in an exclusive interview, discussing the Israel-Hamas conflict and offering justification for Ireland's decision to recognise Palestine as a state.

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Arab, European FM's to meet on developing 'comprehensive plan' for peace for Israelis, Palestinians [Video]

Arab, European FM's to meet on developing 'comprehensive plan' for peace for Israelis, Palestinians

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Ireland, Norway and Spain Join International Push to Recognize a Palestinian State [Video]

Ireland, Norway and Spain Join International Push to Recognize a Palestinian State

Ireland, Norway and Spain , Join International Push to , Recognize a Palestinian State. Spain, Ireland and Norway have all said they would officially recognize a Palestinian state on May 28, amid international concern over the ongoing war in Gaza. Associated Press reports that the decision may generate momentum for other EU countries to recognize a Palestinian state. Seven members of the 27-nation European alliance have already officially recognized a Palestinian state. 140 of the about 190 countries in the United Nations have also already recognized a Palestinian state. International pressure on Israel has been growing as the offensive in Gaza has now stretched into its eighth month. . This recognition is not against anyone, it is not against the Israeli people. It is an act in favor of peace, justice and moral consistency, Pedro Sánchez, Spanish Prime Minister, via The Associated Press. On May 11, the U.N. General Assembly voted to grant new "rights and priveleges" to Palestine, a sign of growing support for a potential vote on full membership. On May 11, the U.N. General Assembly voted to grant new "rights and priveleges" to Palestine, a sign of growing support for a potential vote on full membership. We used to think that recognition would come at the end of a process. Now we have realized that recognition should come as an impetus, as a strengthening of a process, Espen Barth Eide, Norwegian Foreign Minister, via The Associated Press. We used to think that recognition would come at the end of a process. Now we have realized that recognition should come as an impetus, as a strengthening of a process, Espen Barth Eide, Norwegian Foreign Minister, via The Associated Press. AP reports that while dozens of countries have recognized a Palestinian state, all of the major Western powers have yet to do so. . AP reports that while dozens of countries have recognized a Palestinian state, all of the major Western powers have yet to do so. . In response to the news, Israel recalled its ambassadors from Ireland, Norway and Spain, while rejecting any attempt to legitimize the Palestinians internationally. . In response to the news, Israel recalled its ambassadors from Ireland, Norway and Spain, while rejecting any attempt to legitimize the Palestinians internationally.

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Shadow foreign secretary's speech interrupted by pro-Palestinian protesters

A group of pro-Palestinian protesters have interrupted a speech by Labour's shadow foreign secretary, accusing him of being "complicit in genocide".
Sky News
Yemen's Houthis Shoot Down U.S MQ-9 Reaper Drone Moment After Raisi's Death [Video]

Yemen's Houthis Shoot Down U.S MQ-9 Reaper Drone Moment After Raisi's Death

A spokesperson for the Yemeni Armed Forces (YAF) announced that the country's air defence units successfully shot down an American MQ-9 Reaper drone while it was conducting hostile activities over the central province of Bayda. Yahya Saree, in a televised statement on Tuesday, revealed that the unmanned aerial vehicle was targeted with a locally made surface-to-air missile. He added that footage of the shootdown would be released later. According to Saree, this marks the fifth aircraft that Yemeni air defences have downed since the beginning of operations supporting Palestinians in Gaza amid Israel's aggressive campaign. #Yemen #EbrahimRaisiDeath#DroneStrike #MQ9Reaper #BaydaProvince #YemeniDefences #USDrone #AerialWarfare #MiddleEastConflict #YemenNews #MilitaryAction #AirDefense #ProPalestine #Geopolitics #DefenseNews #ConflictZone ~HT.97~PR.152~ED.194~

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