Fixed Penalty

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

Until Mitch Marner draws – whether it is in the summer, fall or early winter, and in his hometown or another city together – the perspective on the Toronto Maple Leafs remains partially in place. All the hard work that has been done to transform the selection of the past few weeks has been done […]

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

From "A" like American football over "F" like football to "Z" like decathlon: the world of sport is diverse. Every day, somewhere on the globe, more or less significant events take place which, due to the dominance of fewer sports, are quickly drowned out and receive no real attention. July 19: World Champion finishes Tour […]

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

From "A" like American football over "F" like football to "Z" like decathlon: the world of sport is diverse. Every day, somewhere on the globe, more or less significant events take place which, due to the dominance of fewer sports, are quickly drowned out and receive no real attention. July 19: Schwimmer Wunram brings silver […]

19 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

All transfers and change rumors in the summer of 2019: The European top clubs like FC Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are looking for reinforcements. All transfer news at a glance. Barca raises offer for Neymar No ultimatum for Werner Hinteregger skips team photo Juve also wants Pogba 10.04 clock: Juventus […]

19 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

From “A” like American football over “F” like football to “Z” like decathlon: the world of sport is diverse. Every day, somewhere on the globe, more or less significant events take place which, due to the dominance of fewer sports, are quickly drowned out and receive no real attention. July 19: Schwimmer Wunram brings silver […]

19 Jul 19
Sport Archives

From "A" like American football over "F" like football to "Z" like decathlon: the world of sport is diverse. Every day, somewhere on the globe, more or less significant events take place which, due to the dominance of fewer sports, are quickly drowned out and receive no real attention. July 19: Schwimmer Wunram brings silver […]

18 Jul 19
ALL ABOUT.....Lake Oswego Real Estate

Below is information you need to know if you own rental property within the State of Oregon and the City of Portland as written and provided by: Kevin A. Eike, JD Attorney at Law – 9830 SW MCKENZIE STREET, TIGARD, OR WWW.KEVINEIKE.COM/WWW.EIKELAWPC.COM The new laws are not for the faint at heart.  As a landlord […]

18 Jul 19
The Entrecourier

Okay Courier Nation, let me ask this: What does your car really cost you to operate? The IRS says it’s 58 cents a mile this year. Some of you are thinking they’re on crack. Some are thinking thank you thank you thank you –  we get to claim all this money when it’s nowhere near […]

18 Jul 19
News Directory

There are times when the independent nature of sport can make the human body the most incredible. This sports competition, this roller feeling, this cricket game. How do you summarize one of the most dramatic dramatic games that the game ever saw? To show this free-to-air game on UK television, the first person in England […]

18 Jul 19

  The one thing you have probably wished for at one point in your career is that the lab was just that little bit different in terms of design. ‘I wish we put that cabinet over there.’ ‘These overhead cupboards really should have been placed differently.’ A flexible joinery system makes lab life a lot […]

18 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Risking shock calculations and fines: Recent research has shown that one in four people over the age of 55 who dives into pensions continues to make contributions Savers risk a fine of 300 pounds and other daily penalties if they dive into an old penny pot and do not inform their current retiree – but […]

18 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
RED-faced council chiefs who fined a homeless man for reading a book on the street have offered him a job following a social media backlash. Gary Cannop, 55, was handed a £60 fixed penalty after a female council officer wrongly accused him of begging. Homeless Gary was fined after being accused of begging Scottish-born Gary, who has been living rough for 16 months after losing his civil engineering job, told friends who then launched a social media campaign. Following the backlash, Coventry City Council have scrapped the fine and even offered Gary a four-week work trial as a street cleaner. Glasgow’s homeless ‘targeted by far-right group Generation Identity to spread evil propaganda’ Gary, who has a 1st class Civil Engineering degree, said: “I’m so humbled by the support I’ve received from people. “Since I have found myself on the streets, the people of Coventry have bene good to me and all I’ve ever wanted is to repay them. “If I can clean their city then that would be wonderful and I’m delighted to have the chance of getting myself back on my feet.” Gary is delighted at getting a chance to get back on his feet Gary, who doesn’t drink or take drugs, lost his home and his job two years ago following an operation to remove a blood clot. He said: “I’ve been a labourer all my life before going to university as a mature student and studying for a degree in Civil Engineering. “Two years ago I had an operation on my leg to remove a massive blood clot and then was on my back for two months so I couldn’t work and lost my job as a drainage worker. “I spent £2,000 in savings over that two-month period of food, bills and rent. “When that ran out I couldn’t pay the rent and got evicted from my flat in Birmingham where I lived alone. “I’ve been on the streets for 16 months. I was born in Glasgow and I don’t have any family so I’m literally on my own.” Gary sleeps in a makeshift shelter constructed out of wood and tarpaulin in an alleyway off Smithford Way, in Coventry. He sweeps the alley twice a day and says he never begs or asks for handouts. Gary says he never begs or asks for handouts But his plight went viral when a council officer slapped him with a fine on July 9 and a Public Space Protection Order. Gary said: “I was sitting on the ground reading a book. It was Tribe by Sebastian Junger. “Obviously she thought I was begging but I was just reading. I’ve never begged and never will. “She turned around and said, ‘I’ve giving you a £60 fixed penalty for begging.’ “I said, ‘I beg your pardon, I’m not begging.’ [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “She then said, ‘You’re sitting in the begging position.’ I was actually sitting reading a book.” The council defended the officer, saying she was “doing her job” but have agreed to cancel the fine. They have also offered Gary a four-week work trial as a street cleaner with a view of taking him on full-time and offering him a permanent home. [bc_video video_id=”6056480099001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Social Misfits perform a track for us, after music saved them from homelessness on the streets of Dublin”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200
18 Jul 19
Sport Archives

From "A" like American football over "F" like football to "Z" like decathlon: the world of sport is diverse. Every day, somewhere on the globe, more or less significant events take place which, due to the dominance of fewer sports, are quickly drowned out and receive no real attention. July 18: Daniel Sturridge bets on […]

18 Jul 19
The Siasat Daily

Chandigarh: Recognising the gravity of the crime, the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Thursday heard on priority petitions of the victim’s family and the six convicts in the brutal rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. The pleas — one moved by the victim father’s seeking death penalty […]