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Sunday, February 10th, 2019

 

Mahershala Ali on the extra responsibility he felt playing a 'real person' in Green Book

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Mahershala Ali on his Bafta and Oscar nominated role in Green Book. Source link Daily World News


Grindr and Tinder ‘must not risk children’s safety’

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Image copyright Getty Images Dating apps Grindr and Tinder are to be asked to explain to the government how they protect children, after an investigation claimed minors are put at risk of sexual exploitation. More than 30 cases of child rape have been investigated by police since 2015 after victims evaded age checks on such apps, the Sunday Times found. Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright described it as “truly shocking”. Grindr and Tinder both said they have measures to prevent minors using them. ARead More


Baftas 2019: Stars arrive at the red carpet

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Bafta nomineees Viola Davis and Amy Adams have arrived for the ceremony Some of the biggest names in cinema are gathering at London’s Royal Albert Hall for this year’s Bafta film awards. The Favourite, which stars Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz, leads the race with 12 nominations. It’s well ahead of its closest competitors – Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star Is Born, Roma and First Man, each of which has seven nominations. The ceremony takes placeRead More


Pensions: Tougher jail terms for mismanaging funds

Daily World News Top Stories business politics Image copyright EPA Company bosses could face up to seven years in prison if they mismanage employee pension schemes, says Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd. She wants a new offence of “wilfully or recklessly” mismanaging funds. Plans outlined last year for a maximum sentence of two years in prison were toughened up after public consultation. Ms Rudd told the Sunday Telegraph the law will target “the reckless few”. But one ex-pensions minister says civil, not criminal, action may be better. Sir SteveRead More