BBC apologises after Fiona Bruce's 'low-skilled' worker comments

The BBC has issued an apology after newsreader Fiona Bruce claimed that ‘low-skilled’ workers were at a high risk of contracting coronavirus. During Monday’s segment of the BBC News, Bruce commented on the mortality rates of Covid-19, and claimed that workers in ‘lower-skilled jobs such as bus drivers’ were more at risk. ‘People in lower-skilled jobs such as security guards, […]

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Clergyman sacked after woman claimed clip showed him cheating on wife

Vicar in ‘sex tape’ storm: Naive clergyman is sacked after parishioner claimed film clip showed him cheating on his wife Woman claimed she became pregnant after allegedly having sex with Rev William Bulloch, 51 He has now been ordered to leave the parish of St James the Great in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex  At the disciplinary tribunal he admitted failing to seek […]

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Facebook apologises after banning users for sharing St George’s Day flags on timelines – The Sun

FACEBOOK today apologised after dozens of social media users had their accounts suspended after sharing pictures wishing people a happy St George's Day. Brits were shocked after being banned from the social media platform completely or given temporary suspensions after posting a photo of the English flag. Many took to Twitter to voice their concerns, while other family and friends […]

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