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Fiona Woolf finally resigned as chairman of the government’s sex abuse inquiry last night after days of intense pressure over zoo porn her links to Leon Brittan.But she refused to apologise to abuse victims for failing to make her connections to the sex porn video children Tory peer clear.Mrs Woolf, a solicitor and Lord Mayor of London, quit hours after victims’ groups said she was unsuitable adult sex video to run the inquiry, which would be ‘a dead duck in the water’ if she remained. animal porn video
Fiona Woolf re-wrote a letter to the Home Secretary seven times to play down links to Leon Brittan and is now facing mounting pressure to step downShe maintained claims of her links to Lord Brittan were mere ‘perceptions’ and appeared to blame the Press for her downfall.She attacked ‘negative comment and innuendo’ about her connections to the former Tory Home Secretary, who is at the centre of allegations of an Establishment cover-up of sex abuse claims in the 1980s.
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Mrs Woolf’s departure is a humiliation for Home Secretary Theresa May after the previous chair of the inquiry, Baroness Butler-Sloss, also had to quit because her late brother Sir Michael Havers was attorney general in the 1980s.It leaves plans for the inquiry in disarray, with Mrs May now beginning a desperate search for a third chairman in only four months since the inquiry was announced. 
She refused to apologise to abuse victims for failing to make her connections to the Tory peer Leon Brittan (pictured left) clear. A copy of her early and final draft letters, which she rewrote seven times
Home Affairs Select Committee chairman Keith Vaz said his committee could recall Mrs Woolf to give evidenceAnd it completes a disastrous week for the Home Secretary, whose reputation has been dealt a serious blow by revelations of chaos in Britain’s immigration system, the collapse of two major sham marriage trials and an MPs’ report exposing growing backlogs in asylum cases.Labour MP for Rochdale Simon Danczuk, who led calls for a full abuse inquiry said of Mrs Woolf’s announcement: ‘There has been an air of inevitability about this for weeks, but I take no satisfaction in it. We’ve lost valuable time on an extremely important inquiry that needs to get at the truth as quickly as possible because some of the child abusers are very old and could well die before justice catches up with them.‘The Home Office have made two terrible appointments and Theresa May clearly has serious questions to answer about her role in this shambles.  WHOS NEXT IN LINE?  Following the resignations of two sex abuse inquiry chairman in just four months, several names were last night being mentioned as possible replacements. They include:Professor Alexis Jay, who carried out the recent inquiry into how the authorities ignored widespread sex abuse in Rotherham. She is already an advisor but could be bumped up to chairman. However, is not a lawyer.Michael Mansfield, the campaigning QC who has played a significant role in high profile inquests and court cases involving such controversial issues as Bloody Sunday and the death of Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes, shot dead by the Met Police after being mistaken for a terrorist.Jim Gamble, the former senior police officer and exhead of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP). Howeveer, he fell out with Theresa May over bringing CEOP within the National Crime Agency.Esther Rantzen, the former presenter of That’s Life and Hearts of Gold, who founded and ran the child protection charity ChildLine. A long-standing campaigner on behalf of child abuse victims.
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Mrs Woolf hosted a drinks reception for City dignitaries, including Lord Brittan, above right, where they were introduced to French premier Francois Fillon, above left, in 2011As a result there’s now a deep distrust on the part of survivors of sex abuse and we’re all going to have to redouble our efforts to win their confidence back and convince people that the country is genuinely committed at uncovering the truth and bringing abusers to justice.’Ian McFadyen, a survivor of sexual abuse, said: ‘I’m sorry so much time wasted by powers that be that keep making such drastic mistakes. I blame Theresa May, the Home Office. No one has consulted the survivors, this is where the problem lies.’One victim, who would not be named, told Channel 4 News: ‘It is no longer just a farce, it is pantomime.’ NO APOLOGY AND, GUESS WHAT, SHE BLAMES THE MEDIA  After deciding to step down, Fiona Woolf gave a statement to the BBC to explain her reasons. This is an edited version of what she said:ON HER DECISION TO QUITThere was great nervousness as a result of the perception of my connections with Lord Brittan.Ultimately what turned the tide was less about putting up with the innuendo and negative comment in the Press and more about the victims themselves. This is for them … I think ultimately I was persuaded in my mind that it was the victims that mattered.I’m obviously sad that people are not confident in my ability to chair what is a hugely important inquiry impartially.I don’t think that it was going to be possible for me to chair it without everybody’s support.ON THE MEDIAWhether, of course, somebody is prepared to take it on in the eye of a media storm and knowing that they’re going to suffer at the hands of negative comment and innuendo the whole time, and it will take that leadership on an inclusive basis also to protect the panel members because social media gets to them as well.ON HER LINKS TO BRITTANI think that the way in which it emerged was that the definition of ‘close association’ perhaps got in the way, and that the perception that I was biased was growing, even though actually it was never said in so many terms.ON THE LETTERSWhat it shows is that I’ve been incredibly transparent.I mean, the extent to which I’ve gone to lay out all the connections, all the details, the amount of interrogation of diaries, of records, has been absolutely huge… Ultimately, it came under my signature.Yes, it looks like that [that her independence was compromised] with the benefit of hindsight but at the time I was travelling, there was a lot of investigation being carried out by a lot of different people coming in from various different angles so it was bound to be an iterative process.I could certainly have done without having to publish all these drafts of the letter…I think with hindsight I could not have managed without, basically, help and I think the Home Office was just trying to be helpful.ON HER LACK OF EXPERIENCE IN CHILD PROTECTIONThe Home Office have made it clear that they actually wanted someone who was independent … But also they were looking for someone who had experience of very large-scale exercises, of projects.ON HER SUCCESSORAs the media have picked up on, it’s really going to be quite hard to find someone with absolutely no connections. I mean, a hermit?It needs inclusive leadership which I can’t command because the victims don’t have the confidence in me to get behind it. And actually you need someone who can command everybody’s support to get behind this because that’s the only way it’s going to succeed.ON REGRETSI regret two things: not the damage to myself, but I regret that the victims have been unsettled by the last few weeks over my appointment. And I do wish that this inquiry will succeed for them … Of course I found it painful. Who wouldn’t? And lots of family and friends have found it painful as well, but it’s something that I will learn from. The pressure on Mrs Woolf, 66, to quit intensified yesterday after it emerged she rewrote a letter about her suitability for the role seven times with the help of Home Office officials – and changed crucial facts in the process in an apparent attempt to play down embarrassing details. Astonishingly, she said the changes were ‘just one of those things’ adding: ‘I could certainly have done without having to publish all these drafts of the letter.’In an interview with the BBC announcing her decision to quit, she insisted she had been ‘incredibly transparent’. She appeared to blame the MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee who investigated her background and warned it could be difficult to find a suitable replacement who was willing to take on the role in the face of intense media scrutiny.
Mrs Woolf (left) pictured with Lady Brittan (right), Lord Brittans wife, at a party last year
Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk called for Mrs Woolf to step down as chair of the sex abuse inquiryShe said she had been considering her position for several days but that the ‘tipping point’ was a meeting yesterday between inquiry officials and victims’ representatives at which they declared she had lost their confidence.Peter Saunders, of the National Association of People Abused in Childhood, said Mrs Woolf was ‘someone would we would not be able to work with were she to remain in place’. He said she had ‘more than tenuous links with one of the key protagonists that are going to be part of this investigation.’ INQUIRY LAUNCHED OVER CLAIMS OF AN ESTABLISHMENT COVER UP OF HISTORIC CHILD ABUSE Home Secretary Theresa May finally agreed to to order an inquiry into historic child abuse in July following months of allegations that there had been an Establishment cover up of sexual assaults on children in the 1980s.She said the Government would establish an independent probe under an expert panel to examine the handling of allegations of paedophilia.State institutions as well as bodies such as the BBC, churches and political parties would be investigated she said.Mrs May told MPs that it would be chaired by an appropriately senior and experienced figure. Mrs May said she accepted Mrs Woolf’s resignation ‘with regret’. She said she would be meeting victims’ groups before appointing a successor and will make a statement to Parliament on Monday. Mrs Woolf’s resignation raises serious questions over the Home Office’s vetting process and its role in rewriting her account. Within days of her appointment it emerged she had contacts with Lord Brittan through the City of London and had sponsored his wife on a charity run.In a disastrous appearance before the Home Affairs Committee, she made the extraordinary claim she was ‘not a member of the Establishment’.A picture uncovered by the Mail showed her with Lady Brittan at a prize-giving in October last year when she claim the two had no ‘social contact’ after April 2013.Lord Brittan has strenuously denied accusations that he ignored a document – which later went missing – that detailed a paedophile ring involving high-profile figures.Home Affairs Committee chairman Keith Vaz welcomed Mrs Woolf’s resignation but said the whole process has been ‘chaotic’.  HOW THE CHILD ABUSE INQUIRY FIASCO UNFOLDED  Monday July 7: Home Secretary Theresa May announces she will establish an independent inquiry under an expert panel to examine the handling of allegations of paedophilia by state institutions as well as bodies such as the BBC, churches and political parties. It will be chaired by an appropriately senior and experienced figure, she tells the House of Commons.Tuesday July 8: Baroness Butler-Sloss is named as the chairwoman.Eyebrows are immediately raised by the choice. Home Affairs Select Committee chairman Keith Vaz questions the choice of a member of the House of Lords, no matter how distinguished, to investigate the establishment – pointing out that her brother was lord chancellor during the era being probed.Wednesday July 9: Calls for the appointment to be abandoned intensify over reports that Baroness Butler-Slosss brother, Sir Michael – later Lord – Havers, tried to prevent ex-MP Geoffrey Dickens airing claims about a diplomat in Parliament in the 1980s. Baroness Butler-Sloss insists she knew absolutely nothing about it and adds: If people think I am not suitable, then thats up to them.The Home Office says it stands unreservedly by its choice, saying the former judges integrity is beyond reproach.Saturday July 12: Claims are published by The Times that Baroness Butler-Sloss refused to go public about a bishop implicated in a scandal. She is reported to have told a victim of alleged abuse she did not want to include their claims in a review of how the Church of England dealt with two paedophile priests because she cared about the Church and the press would love a bishop.I have never put the reputation of any institution, including the Church of England, above the pursuit of justice for victims, she insists. The Home Office once again declares its unreserved approval of her taking a role for which she is perfect. Monday July 14: Downing Street announces Baroness Butler-Sloss is stepping aside by her own choice. In a statement, she says she was honoured to have been asked but acknowledges that her family links would cause difficulties for the process. Mrs May says she is deeply saddened but has embarked on the search for a replacement. Mr Vaz says the whole inquiry process is becoming shambolic.The process of selecting a replacement begins.Friday September 5: The lord mayor of the City of London, Fiona Woolf, a former president of the Law Society of England and Wales, is named as the new chairwoman of the inquiry. Mrs May says she is confident the leading tax lawyer has the right skills and experience to run the inquiry.Sunday September 7: The Mail on Sunday reveals links between Mrs Woolf and Lord Brittan, who is likely to be called to give evidence to the inquiry over a dossier he received from Mr Dickens in 1983, documenting the alleged involvement of VIP figures in a child sex ring.Labour MP Simon Danczuk, who has led the campaign for an inquiry, says Mrs Woolfs position would be untenable if she was close to the Brittans.Monday September 8: Downing Street says the Prime Minister continues to have strong support for the appointment.Tuesday October 21: Mrs May insists she has confidence in the inquiry chairwoman after Mrs Woolf gives details of her links to Lord Brittan.Mrs Woolf confirms that she lives in the same London street as the former cabinet minister and says she invited Lord and Lady Brittan to dinner parties three times over the last decade, and dined at their house twice. In the letter she also says she met the peers wife for coffee, sat on a prize-giving panel with her, and sponsored her £50 for a fun run.Mrs Woolf insists there is nothing in the encounters that would stop her chairing the wide-ranging probe. Over the last few weeks, I have carefully checked through my records to ensure that there is nothing which should prevent me fulfilling that role, she writes.Mr Danczuk says Mrs Woolf and Lord Brittan were clearly good friends and she should stand down as chairwoman.Giving evidence later to the Home Affairs Select Committee, Mrs Woolf insists she has gone the extra distance to declare every possible issue to reassure victims and does not have a close association with the former cabinet minister.Wednesday October 22: Pressure mounts on Mrs Woolf to stand down after solicitor Alison Millar, who represents a number of abuse victims, says the chairwoman really does not have the necessary credibility to lead what is such an important inquiry and calls for her to quit.It emerges that Mrs Woolfs list of meetings with the Brittans may be incomplete after a photograph surfaces showing her chatting to Lady Brittan at a prize-giving last October – Mrs Woolf had previously stated that she had had no social contact with Lord and Lady Brittan since April 23 2013.Senior Labour and Liberal Democrat figures voice doubts about whether Mrs Woolf could have the confidence of victims.Family lawyer David Burrows lodges an application for judicial review of the entire inquiry set-up, saying it should be a judge-led statutory public inquiry, and complaining of its seriously limp terms of reference.Thursday October 30: Mr Vaz says Mrs Woolfs attempt to detail contact with Lord Brittan tried to play down her links with the former cabinet minister and his wife. The committee chairman says there were seven drafts of the letter and the final version gave a sense of greater detachment between Lord and Lady Brittan and Mrs Woolf than her previous attempts.Friday October 31:11am – Downing Street says the Prime Minister remains absolutely clear that he thinks she can do this job with integrity and impartiality.What matters is that weve got an able person getting on with the inquiry, a spokeswoman says.2pm – Victims representatives emerge from talks with the inquiry panel unanimously calling for Fiona Woolf to be replaced and for it to be made a statutory public inquiry.5pm – Mrs Woolf says she has accepted it is time to get out of the way and has stepped aside.Home Secretary Theresa May says she has accepted the resignation with regret and will make a Commons statement on Monday.Labour leader Ed Miliband says Mrs May has some explaining to do over the handling of the appointment fiasco.  

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Airlines face claims of up to £10billion from delayed passengers after the Supreme Court today refused to accept they should children porn video not pay compensation to Britons left stranded and out of pocket.Britains highest court has this morning refused to hear appeals child porno by Jet 2 and Thomson Airways against two passengers who won compensation after being left stranded by them. Todays rulings could mature sex porno hard cost the airlines billions of pounds Appeal Court judges rejected excuses put forward for delays and confirmed the rights of child porn children passengers to compensation.Now thousands of similar claims by passengers against airlines that had been placed on hold until rulings were made in these cases have been lifted, and have a greater chance of success. Meanwhile lawyers saw a further 2.8million others could be able to bring cases.
Landmark Jet2 and Thomsons applications to appeal against two flight delay compensation cases have been rejected, paving the way for thousands of new claims
Thousands of claims against airlines over flight delays had been put on hold until the Supreme Court rulings
In one case 41-year-old James Dawson from Peterborough can keep the £975 plus interest totalling £1,488 73p he was awarded from Thomson Airways after his flight with his wife from Gatwick to the Dominican Republic on Christmas Day 2006 was delayed six hours 26 minutes.Thomson appealed the order for payment made by Judge Michael Yelton at Cambridge County Court in July last year, on the grounds that it was outside the two year limitation period for claims under the 1999 Montreal Convention.But Lord Justice Moore-Bick sitting with Lord Justices Kitchin and Fulford unanimously agreed that claims can be made up to six years after the event under European law, and that Mr. Dawson was just inside that limit.His solicitors flight delay specialists Bott & Co from Wilmslow, Cheshire, estimate the decision affects over 11 million passengers and with thousands waiting in the pipeline for the ruling say it is worth in excess of £4 billion to consumers. Thomson face a legal bill estimated at more than £100,000.
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In an earlier decision 58-year-old Ronald Huzar from Stockport, won his battle with Jet2.com after his flight from Malaga to Manchester in 2011 was delayed for 27 hours.The airline claimed a technical fault was unforeseeable and they shouldnt have to pay out.But the judges ruled the fault was not an extraordinary circumstance and they must pay.Rules state that passengers who reach their destination more than three hours late can claim up to Euro 600 (£494) plus expenses, per person, if the delay is within the airlines control.However thousands of passengers have struggled to get the cash they are entitled to, with airlines often refusing to pay out even when the regulator rules against them. While most customers give up at this point, some have gone to court.Over the past 10 years, it is estimated that air passengers who have failed to claim are owed £3.2bn. Other potential claims under this head are said to be worth £6.3 billion.After his victory Mr.Huzar said: I am absolutely delighted with the decision. After everything I have been through to get to this point its a fantastic day.I always hoped that we would get a positive outcome and its nice to get to this milestone. The result in my favour should help passengers throughout the country who have experienced similar difficulties to me.
Mr Huzar and his family were delayed by 27 hours at Malaga Airport due to an aircraft wiring problemThe rulings means that that passengers in England and Wales have six years to bring a flight compensation case to court, and have a better chance of winning.The Supreme Court has refused applications by Jet2.com and Thomson Airways to appeal the Court of Appeal of England and Wales decisions in two cases about the airlines liability to pay compensation after travel delays, a statement from the Supreme Court read.The legal issues at stake were (in the Jet 2 appeal) whether an unforeseeable technical problem resulting in a delayed flight amounts to extraordinary circumstances for the purposes of Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004; and (in the Thomson appeal) whether the applicable limitation period for bringing a claim for compensation under Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004 is 2 years, pursuant to the Montreal Convention, or 6 years, pursuant to the Limitation Act 1980.The Supreme Court has declined to hear either airlines appeal and the Court of Appeal judgment in each matter therefore stands. 
THE LANDMARK CASES AIRLINES TRIED TO HAVE THROWN OUT   DAWSON V THOMSON
James Dawson, 41, of Peterborough, can keep the £975 plus interest (a total of £1,488.73) that he was awarded from Thomson Airways after his flight with his wife from Gatwick to the Dominican Republic on Christmas Day 2006 was delayed six hours 26 minutes.Thomson appealed the order for payment made by Judge Michael Yelton at Cambridge County Court on the grounds that it was outside the two year limitation period for claims under the 1999 Montreal Convention.But Lord Justice Moore-Bick unanimously agreed that claims can be made up to six years after the event under European law, and that Mr Dawson was just inside that limit. Solicitors Bott & Co says decision affects more than 11m passengers. HUZAR V JET2 
Ronald Huzar, 58, of Stockport, won his battle with Jet2.com after his flight from Malaga to Manchester in 2011 was delayed for 27 hours.The airline claimed a technical fault was unforeseeable and they shouldnt have to pay compensation.But the judges ruled the fault was not an extraordinary circumstance and they must pay.After his victory Mr Huzar said: I am absolutely delighted with the decision. After everything I have been through to get to this point its a fantastic day.I always hoped that we would get a positive outcome and its nice to get to this milestone. The result in my favour should help passengers throughout the country who have experienced similar difficulties to me. Mr Huzars lawyers Bott & Co says 2.36 million passengers per year in England and Wales are likely to benefit from the Huzar decision.They say it will amount to an estimated £876 million in compensation claims while the ruling in Mr Dawsons case against Thomson could open up about £3.89 billion in historic flight claims.  Now holds have been lifted on thousands of similar cases, passengers with claims that were previously denied by an airline on grounds of a technical problem or for being over two years old have been encouraged to resubmit their claim.This is a landmark day not just for Mr Huzar and Mr Dawson but for passengers everywhere, said David Bott, senior partner at Bott & Co.Two journeys which started with a delay have now finished, nearly eight years later in Mr Dawsons case.Bott & Co has thousands of clients whose claims have been on hold pending todays decisions. We will now be writing to the airlines, asking them to acknowledge the judgments, recognise their obligations and deal with these claims as promptly as possible.If youve previously submitted a claim to the airline but have been turned down on the grounds of a technical defect or because your claim is more than two years old, we recommend you resubmit your claim.
The regulations state that passengers delayed by more than three hours can claim up to 600 Euros (£494) plus expenses, per person, if the delay is within the airlines control.Despite this, thousands of passengers have struggled to get the cash they are entitled to, with airlines often refusing to pay up even if the industry regulator rules against them. Most customers give up at this point, while others have gone to court.In the past 10 years air passengers who have failed to make claims are owed an estimated £3.2bn while there could be further similar claims worth in excess of £6 billion.British Air Transport Association chief executive Nathan Stower labelled the Supreme Court ruling as unfair and said passengers will ultimately wear the costs imposed on airlines.Todays Supreme Court decision is both surprising and disappointing. UK airlines support the principle of passenger protection and always meet their legal obligations, Mr Stower said. However, the rules should be clear, affordable and proportionate for the sake of passengers and airlines. The current system fails those tests and this decision will further increase costs which ultimately are borne by all passengers.Vital reform of the EU regulation has recently stalled in Brussels due to disagreements between the Spanish and UK governments over Gibraltar. These differences must now be urgently resolved to allow the necessary reforms to proceed. 

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Nice guy image: Jamie Oliver closed two Recipease stores without giving employees any noticeJamie Oliver has closed two of his escort bayan cooking class shops – but failed to tell staff until they were abruptly cleared out of the premises during a bayan escort shift.Customers with bookings were also not informed of the sudden decision, and many found out just days before their classes escort were meant to take place after ringing up to ask for directions or confirmation.  The star chef shut down his eskort Recipease branches in Clapham Junction and Brighton after five years of operation – with a spokesman claiming they were now focusing energies on their flagship Notting Hill branch.But one customer, who called the business to complain about a cancelled booking, says a despondent former employee temporarily posted to customer services admitted the stores were making no money.Another former worker at the Brighton store has labelled the move heartless and shameful.The part-time employee, a student who did not want to be named, claims a woman from head office came in to the store to close the place down – and customers and staff had to leave the premises immediately.He told MailOnline: They literally just came in at lunch, kicked out customers, shut the doors and hey presto. It was one lady from London head office.Our food champs were renowned for there incredible work and classes.To be just sacked off just like that. Shameful, as if he couldnt afford to keep us open a few more weeks so we could have a proper send off. I was offered one weeks wages, woopey do! Very heartless thing to do considering our loyalty and hard work towards the company.The worst part is not even being able to thank regulars for their custom face to face. Instead having a poster in the window job. 
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Another member of staff, from the Clapham Junction store, claimed she turned up to work last Monday to find the doors locked and said workers were appalled by the last-minute decision.The Recipease stores were opened in 2009 to create ‘buzzing little community hubs where people can really get involved with food’.Classes at the shop can cost up to £65 for a two-hour session, teaching a range of varying cuisines from Mexican street food to Christmas mince pies. The chain has been inundated with angry and disappointed messages on Twitter from customers who have seen their plans ruined by the sudden closures.
Cleared out: The former Recipease store on Western Road, Brighton, was pictured boarded up today
No notice: An employee from the store claims a woman from head office came into the shop during the day to close the place down without warning
Appalled: One worker from the branch in Clapham, pictured with windows boarded, says she she turned up for work to find the doors were lockedOne, Nick Phipps, wrote: Email to say youre closed 4 days before my course isnt good enough! Hotel and time off work booked, now wasted…Another, Cicely Milsom, posted: We were so excited for class nxt wknd! Disappointed at short notice cancelation and unapologetic customer service!Aude Eberlin wrote: @Recipease Brighton closed down with no notification for people who booked! Thanks for ruining 11 peoples day! #fail #nothappy.And Becky Jacques tweeted the celebrity chef directly saying: Cancelled cooking lesson @jamieoliver in Brighton this weekend = hen do disaster. Help a desperate bridesmaid out pls?! Private lesson?!
The Recipease website recently posted a message entitled ‘Goodbye Clapham and Brighton’. It reads: ‘We are sorry to say that we have decided to close our sites in both Clapham Junction and Brighton.A spokesman for Jamie Olivers company today confirmed that workers had not been given advance warning of the decision, saying: Im told no-one turned up to find the doors closed but yes staff did find out on the day of closure.Obviously it was a very difficult decision to close the stores. A consultation process has already begun with Recipease staff affected and we have found alternative employment within the business for many of them.As for the customers affected, although there is understandable disappointment, all are in the process of being reimbursed or their classes moved to the flagship Notting Hill Recipease. 
Goodbye note: This letter appeared in the boarded up window of the Recipease branch in Brighton
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Despite the TV chefs previous successes and celebrity status, this is not the first time this year that Mr Olivers multi-million-pound business empire has run into difficulties.Back in January, his company announced the closure of three out of his four Union Jacks restaurants – which were aimed at bringing back nostalgic British classics such as fish and chips, and bangers and mash.The firm cited the challenging climate for the decision to close the restaurant branches in Holborn and Chiswick in London and Winchester in Hampshire with immediate effect.Januarys announcement followed the failure of his artisan food range, Jme, which folded amid poor sales and criticism over prices at the end of 2013.The TV chef is thought to be worth around £240million.  HAS THE NAKED CHEF SPREAD HIS PUKKA EMPIRE TOO THINLY? 
After leaving school at 16 years old with just two GCSEs, Jamie Oliver has built a £240million business empire and is one of the most recognised chefs in the world. Here are some of his biggest hits, along with a few of his recent failures.TV PROGRAMMES AND BOOKS
The Naked Chef, 1999: He became a household name after launching the hit TV show in 1999.Jamies 30 minute Meals, 2010: Channel 4 series of 40 episodes focused on home-cooked meals that could be put together within the titular timeframe, using simple techniques.Jamies 15 Minute Meals, 2012: A re-vamp of his previous show – now for people with even less time.CRUSADING CAMPAIGNSJamies School Dinners, 2005: The rising star hit headlines with his campaign against unhealthy school dinners in this four-part documentary.Jamie Olivers Food Revolution, 2010: After his UK crusade, the chef met resistance in the USA and was barred from entering any public school in LA – with his ABC show also getting cancelled.BUSINESS VENTURESJamie’s Italian: The brand has become hugely successful with chains opening up around the world.Fifteen Restaurant: Initiative designed to give young people the chance to turn their life around with apprenticeships – it recently met controversy for employing a convicted paedophile. Recipease: After opening in 2009, two of the three stores were shut down last week  Union Jacks: The high-priced British-themed venues were hit by bad reviews and complaints and three out of four branches closed in January.Jme: The Artisan food range folded last year amid poor sales and criticism that the brand boasted high prices for basic ingredients.

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He’s a self-confessed Tunnocks fan and yet chef Jock Zonfrillo decided to forego his favourite biscuits for six months, choosing sex video to dine instead on mangrove worms, stingray, bat and electric eel.The 38-year-old Scotsman left the comforts of Australian city life to embark on a journey to some of the world’s most remote communities, hunting, harvesting and foraging with indigenous people porn for ingredients that go into their native dishes.His adventures are captured in a new series, Nomad Chef, which airs on Monday, and show the chef learning to cook as the locals do, before returning to his Adelaide-based restaurant Orana, where he had to deliver a menu inspired by the trip.Scroll down for video 
Chef Jock Zonfrillo embarked on a journey to some of the world’s most remote communities, hunting, harvesting and foraging with indigenous people for ingredients that go into their native dishes
The nomad chef: Mr Zonfrillo was approached by Quest TV to take part in the series, which airs on Monday 13 October
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From the Wai Wai people living in the edge of the Amazon to Naga tribes in the Indo-Burmese hills, Mr Zonfrillo discovered the culinary geniuses hiding in the world’s remote and often forgotten communities.‘Places like the Peruvian Amazon, they are really cut off by no road access,’ Mr Zonfrillo told MailOnline Travel.In a modern world where so much globally is homogenised it was exciting to discover the individuality of the different remote communities. It was a pretty humbling experience to witness those cultures, let alone have the opportunity to be involved in such a hands-on way.However there was a fragility to their culture and one wonders how long they will remain in secure isolation. ‘It was fascinating to be able to learn through the accessible medium of food and to catalogue a little of those cultures visited.’ 
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A journey of discovery: The chef lived with the indigenous communities of Vanuatu, Ethiopia, China, Japan, Philippines, Belize, Peru, Faroe Islands, Spain and Australia, learning to cook 
Open air cooking: The busy chef had just opened his restaurants Orana and Street-ADL in Adelaide when he was approached to take part in the TV programme by Quest TVMr Zonfrillo was approached by Quest TV to take part in the series. The busy chef had just opened his Adelaide-based restaurants Orana and Street-ADL, and had no plans to appear on television.‘Initially I was going to say no,’ he says. ‘Then when I read through the description, the brief of the show resonated so much with my own approach to cooking that I couldnt quite believe it.‘At the restaurant we cook with a respect to the native culture of Australia whilst still respecting and embracing settlement.‘To be approached about a programme that explored food and culture from some of the most remote communities in the world was really a once in a lifetime opportunity. 
The chef learns to cook as the locals do, before returning to his restaurant where he had to deliver a menu inspired by the trip
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Learning traditional methods: ‘As a chef, I love to travel and taste different cuisine styles and different flavours,’ Mr Zonfrillo saidMr Zonfrillo learned his trade in a tough apprenticeship at Scotland’s Turnberry golf course and moved to Australia in 2000. This isnt the first time the chef has ventured out into the great unknown.‘As a chef I really wanted to understand the flavours of my new home,’ he says. ‘The food scene was and is amazing – incredible food and incredible ingredients but still no actual cuisine I could call Australian.So about 12 years ago now, I set out to find it myself and started working and spending time with the first Australians, the Aboriginal people.‘I have only just scratched the surface of the incredible amount of ingredients over a decade later. Its the backbone of what we do, the very fabric of what we do back at the restaurant.
Mr Zonfrillo learned his trade in a tough apprenticeship at Scotland’s Turnberry golf course and moved to Australia in 2000. This isnt the first time the chef has ventured out into the great unknown
From the Wai Wai people living in the edge of the Amazon to Naga tribes in the Indo-Burmese hills, the chef discovered the culinary geniuses hiding in the world’s remote and often forgotten communities 
Understanding native ingredients and learning how to use them was part and parcel of Mr Zonfrillos culinary journey So does he now know what Australian cuisine is?‘We are still learning,’ he says.‘Its an incredible journey understanding native ingredients and how to use them whilst also celebrating the cooking culture that was introduced during settlement.’The chef visited ten countries in total during the six-month filming period and lived with the indigenous communities of Vanuatu, Ethiopia, China, Japan, Philippines, Belize, Peru, Faroe Islands, Spain and Australia.‘As a chef, I love to travel and taste different cuisine styles and different flavours,’ he says. ‘There were so many different ingredients.
Mr Zonfrillo decided not to do much research before travelling to the remote locations where the programme was filmed
Breaking bread: Food offers a great medium to connect with a culture, Mr Zonfrillo says‘Stingray, bat, electric eel may seem odd in London, but in the middle of a rainforest or beside an ocean or at the side of a volcano, it just made sense when surrounded by the nature of each location. He decided not to do much research before visiting the ten countries, deciding to learn on the go instead. It was more about learning. Too much advance knowledge would have restricted that. I wanted to arrive in each community with basic background of the people but that was it. It was a great privilege to not only observe but to spend a few weeks hands on living and cooking with each culture.‘Food offers a great medium to connect with a culture, to gain an insight into culture as opposed to just observe.​And did he miss any favourite food whilst on his travels? Tunnocks biscuits, he says. All Tunnocks biscuits.Nomad Chef airs at 9pm from Monday October 13 on Quest.    

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Betrayal: Father-of-five Brooks Newmark with his wife Lucy, who it appears has moved out of their family homeYesterday, Mr Newmark’s wife Lucy, 52, appeared to have moved from the family’s mansion near Braintree, Essex, to their £7million London home.Mrs Newmark, the daughter of the military historian Sir John Keegan, was seen alone at the four-bedroom Belgravia townhouse yesterday.As a result of his conduct, Mr Newmark wrote to the Prime Minister on Saturday evening announcing he is to quit in May at the General Election as he tries to rescue his family life.‘I was the man who had everything. I made a fortune, married a beautiful wife, had five children, and then fulfilled my lifelong ambition to be a politician,’ he wrote in the Mail on Sunday.‘Now my political career is in ruins. I have traumatised my family and let down my constituents and my colleagues.
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‘Many will regard me as a failure. And it is true: behind the outward facade of success and achievement, I have been battling demons – and losing to them. I craved adrenaline and risk. Stress at work drove me to increasingly erratic behaviour. My friends warned me that I was cracking up. I ignored them.’Mr Newmark confessed to ‘a series of flirtations’ with women on social media and said he has ‘no one to blame but myself and take full responsibility for my own actions’. He added: ‘Deep inside, I knew I was playing with fire. Now it has consumed me and my family. I want to concentrate on slaying those demons – making me, I hope, a better husband and father.’Mr Newmark was born in the United States and worked in finance before becoming MP for Braintree in 2005.A fortnight ago, it emerged he had been exchanging explicit pictures online with someone he believed to be a young blonde Tory named Sophie. In fact, the profile had been created by a male freelance reporter.The Sunday Mirror, which ran the original story, has been accused of entrapment – but it emerged that the pictures were among a number Mr Newmark had been sending.The MP, who led David Cameron’s drive for greater representation of women in politics, also sent explicit photographs to a young single mother weeks after being appointed as a minister in July.Tory MP Brooks Newmarks 2yr affair with young mum | The Sun |News

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RESTAURANT SMOOTHMagimix Mash and Food Puree Kit, £49.99, magimix-spares.co.uk
Perfectly pureed: The Megamix Mash and Food Puree Kit produces restaurant-quality mashWHAT YOU GET: You need a Magimix food processor — and a degree in engineering to tackle all the add-ons here. It took me longer to work out how to put on the mashing attachment than it did to peel and boil the potatoes.You clip the attachment (which looks like a steamer with white rotor blades) inside the bowl of your Magimix, add the lid with the feed tube, then put your chopped and boiled potatoes down the tube. Flick the ‘pulse’ button on the main machine, and the mash process begins. You have to keep pushing potatoes down the tube, or the machine will try to chop air.The potato drops into the main Magimix bowl, ready to serve. It’s smoother than any other mash we made, and is delicious. When I serve it up at teatime alongside fish fingers, my children can’t believe I’ve created something so perfect.EASE: Feeding the potatoes into the machine is simple but time-consuming. The major downside is clearing up afterwards. Instead of a masher and saucepan to put in the sink, you’ve got a lid, the puree attachment and main Magimix bowl.MASH TIME: Four minutes.VERDICT: Perfect pureed potato that could be served at any restaurant. But be prepared for a mountain of washing up!4/5
PRETTY LUMPYBreville Pick & Mix Hand Blender, £24.99, currys.comWHAT YOU GET: A pretty hand blender — available in three colours — which mashes potato, chops vegetables, purees soup, makes smoothies and even crushes ice. It’s a hand-held blender, similar to the Masha (see top right) but with twin steel blades at the end that turn, chop and whip your potatoes.EASE: Put boiled, chopped potatoes into a bowl then press the blender down on them. It mashes in ‘pulses’ (for a few seconds at a time). You need to chop your potatoes small, otherwise this machine struggles. And don’t make the mistake I did and lift the blender up as it goes around. I managed to decorate myself, the Aga and the dog with mashed potato.MASH TIME: Three minutes.VERDICT: I’d use this pretty machine for other things. The mash was lumpy in parts and waxy in others where I’d mashed it unevenly.2/5
Pretty lumpy: The Breville blender, left,  leaves you with waxy and lumpy potatoes, while the super-speedy Masha from Lakeland is easy to use and produces delicious mashSUPER-SPEEDYMasha, £34.99, lakeland.co.ukWHAT YOU GET: A hand-held column blender available in white and lime-green, which claims to mash potatoes in just 20 seconds.The rotor blades at the bottom whip the potato around then push it out through the plastic perforated holes.
Perfect mash: Amanda Cable tests out one of the life-changing kitchen gadgetsThe maker says this process keeps the starch in potatoes intact, so the mash stays lovely and light.Apparently, if starch is ‘ruptured’ by overblending or overcooking, it releases amylose, which gives mash a glue-like texture.EASE: You simply hold this gadget over your cubed, boiled potatoes, switch it on and push down, like you would a mini road drill. In a matter of seconds the potato is mashed. Afterwards, you remove the rotor blade and put it in the dishwasher, alongside the Masha head.The first time I use it, I over-mash by holding it down for too long. The result is rather sticky potato. But the second attempt, which takes just 19 seconds, is perfect.Better still, when the results are put on a cottage pie and baked in an oven, they puff up magnificently, creating a very professional-looking dish.MASH TIME: 19 seconds.RATING: Super-speedy and delicious mash. I’m definitely keeping hold of this one!5/5KITCHEN CHICKenwood kMix Triblade hand blender, from £59.97, johnlewis.comWHAT YOU GET: A hand-held blender with a beautiful retro design and several colours to choose from. You just hold it over the cubed, boiled potatoes, and the two rotating blades will churn and mash. The 700-watt motor is powerful, so be careful not to over-blend — my first attempt looked more like the contents of a concrete mixer.A button at the top gives a choice of five speeds, but it’s definitely best to go slow with this machine.EASE: Simple to use. It doesn’t fluff the potatoes as much as the Masha (above) — but is so pretty it would win any kitchen beauty pageant. A shame to put it in a drawer!MASH TIME: Three minutes.VERDICT: Best-looking blender I tried, but the mash was a tad disappointing.3/5
Good looking: The Kenwood kMix Triblade hand blender, left, was the best-looking blender that Amanda tried. While she said the Black Blum Spudski, right, is the perfect way to get your man to mashPOLE POSITIONBlack Blum Spudski, £10, amazon.co.ukWHAT YOU GET: A hand-masher that looks like a mini ski pole. This tall gadget has a rubber handle and a small masher head. You push the potato down and it moves out and away from the stem to help prevent it sticking to the masher.EASE: After all these years of trying to persuade my ski-loving husband to mash some potato, this is the answer to my dreams!He happily mashes away with this. And all our dinner-party guests want a go, too, thanks to the fun take on a ski pole.The masher also doesn’t get as clogged as other manual ones I’ve used in the past. However, the round head crushes only one potato at a time.MASH TIME: Four minutes.VERDICT: The perfect way to get your man to mash!4/5PUT THE BOOT INBoot Print Potato Masher, £13.99, therandomshop.co.uk
Good for a laugh: The novelty Boot Print Potato Masher, above, is not for serious mashing, says AmandaWHAT YOU GET: A hand-masher shaped like a boot print. Mash your potato then stamp the imprint of the boot on top for a quirky touch.EASE: After years of trying to force my children to eat mash, I’ve found the answer. Use this masher to smash the potatoes as normal, then give each serving a hefty footprint on top. They absolutely love it.It isn’t the most effective way to mash potatoes, though, because the shape leaves lumps clinging to the sides of the bowl. However, it’s easy to wash — just pop it in the dishwasher.MASH TIME: Four minutes.VERDICT: Good for a laugh — but not for serious mashing.2/5 

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Sportsmails verdict on Keanes book  porno porno CLICK HERE to read Matt Lawton assessment of Roy Keanes explosive press conference  Roy Keane admitted he remained ‘open-minded’ on the prospect of being offered the job of Celtic manager again despite claiming he had been ‘10th choice’ for the post.The Irishman was speaking in Dublin at the launch of his explosive new autobiography The Second Half which has had the football world buzzing since extracts were leaked earlier this week.In the book, Keane revealed he had been offered the Celtic job in the summer only to turn it down at the last minute. Asked about the prospect of being offered the job in the future, he said: ‘I think you have to be open-minded.
Roy Keane was talking at the official launch of his autobiography The Second Half on Thursday 
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‘I’ve tried to explain the situation about what happened in the summer with Celtic. I was probably about 10th choice. I’ve heard on the grapevine that one or two other people had turned it down which wasn’t an issue for me.‘At the time negotiations didn’t go the way I’d have hoped but I’m not sitting around waiting for people to lose their jobs. I’m not that type of personality.‘I have to be careful what I say because there’s a new Celtic manager and you want to wish him well. However, with the madness of the game you just don’t know what’s around the corner. I honestly hope all managers do well but, of course, the game doesn’t work that way and managers do lose their jobs.’In further extracts, Keane revealed he joined Celtic as a player in 2005 out of defiance towards Gordon Strachan.Keane was leaving Manchester United after a fall out with Sir Alex Ferguson and had offers from Real Madrid, Everton and Bolton.He writes: ‘Real Madrid offered me a year and a half. Emilio Butragueno made the call and said: “Roy, we’ll be glad to have you”. I met David Moyes at his house and was impressed with what he wanted for Everton.‘When a club is interested the manager generally sells it to you. But I met Gordon Strachan in London at Dermot Desmond’s house. Gordon told me: “I’m not really worried if you sign for us or not. We’re okay without you.”‘So I said to myself: “F*** him, I’m signing.” I think it was one of the reasons I signed for Celtic – to prove Gordon wrong. He was letting me know he wasn’t desperate for me; he was being a bit coy. But there was a bit of defiance from me.’Keane won an SPL championship and the League Cup with Celtic before retiring from football at the end of that season.
Keane revealed that he signed for Celtic in an act of defiance towards manager Gordon Strachan 
Strachan (pictured as Scotland boss this week) told Keane the Bhoys werent worried about not signing himHis favourite moment in Scotland was defeating Rangers 1-0 in a league game at Ibrox.‘I look back at my time there and I’m a bit embarrassed. I only played 12 or 13 games.‘I enjoyed the Old Firm game. We won 1-0. Majid Zurawski scored the goal. I was Man of the Match. I got a yellow card for a foul on Dado Prso and they were baying for a red card.‘The atmosphere was brilliant, electric. The hatred – I enjoyed all that. The dressing-room afterwards was great. I met great people at Celtic – from John Clark to the late Tommy Burns. I’ve no regrets about signing. It’s a brilliant club.‘When I phoned Gordon at the end of the season to tell him I was going to have to call it a day because of my hip, Gordon went: “All right, it’s for the best.” And I was saying to myself: “Try and persuade me. At least pretend.”’But at the launch Keane reserved his most cutting remarks for Ferguson, who said of his captain in his own book last year: ‘His tongue is the hardest part of his body.’
Keane reserved his most cutting remarks for Sir Alex Ferguson at the Aviva Stadium launch in Dublin The Irishman said: ‘I can kick pretty hard. I think it was a cheap dig. He was never critical when we were winning trophies and he was getting his new contracts and his ‘‘Sir’’. For Alex Ferguson, not just to criticise myself, but other players who were part of a team that brought some good days, is wrong.‘For him to criticise that when you think of what he made out of it — he made millions of pounds out of it, he got his statues, his stand named after him — was just ridiculous.‘Will I ever forgive him? I don’t know. We’ll see if we ever cross paths again.’Keane claimed he and Ferguson didn’t even have that close a relationship in the days before they fell out in 2005.‘If people think I was in his office every week having little chats, they’re sadly mistaken. I reckon there was five, six situations in my 12-and-a-bit years at United that I was actually having a one-to-one with him.’
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Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith and his ex-girlfriend Daisy Lowe appear to have become the latest victims of hackers vip eskort who have leaked naked photographs of celebrities online.The pair join a long list of stars including Jennifer Lawrence, Avril Lavigne elit escort and Rihanna whose personal pictures are believed to have been posted online by anonymous bloggers. Smith, who quit his role as the timelord last year, dated former model Lowe for several years but the pair have since split up.So far, the images – which were first leaked in August – have involved women.But this week, the fourth bout of images were released and were said to include pictures of the first male victim, Nick Hogan, son of Hulk.The fourth wave of leaked images comes one week after a lawyer for more than a dozen targeted celebrities issued Google with a threat to sue for $100 million.Scroll down for video 
Ex Doctor Who star Matt Smith and his ex-girlfriend Daisy Lowe are the latest victims of hackers who have released naked photos of celebritiesThe firm threatened action due to Google making millions and profiting from the victimisation of women.This week, Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence also broke her silence to hit out at the leak of the naked pictures.The Oscar-winner, one of the most high-profile victims of the hacking of hundreds of explicit images, said it was a sex crime.
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She told Vanity Fair magazine that anyone who looked at the images should cower with shame.The 24-year-old told the magazine that she started to write a statement, but realised she had nothing to apologise for.She said: I was in a loving, healthy, great relationship for four years. It was long distance, and either your boyfriend is going to look at porn or hes going to look at you.She told Vanity Fair: Just because Im a public figure, just because Im an actress, does not mean that I asked for this.
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Smith (left) and Lowe (right) join a long list of stars including Avril Lavigne, Cat Deeley and Rihanna whose pictures were said to have been posted onlineIt does not mean that it comes with the territory. Its my body, and it should be my choice, and the fact that it is not my choice is absolutely disgusting. I cant believe that we even live in that kind of world.Lawrence called for a change in the law to prevent more leaks and added: It is not a scandal. It is a sex crime. It is a sexual violation. Its disgusting.I just cant imagine being that detached from humanity. I cant imagine being that thoughtless and careless and so empty inside.She added: Anybody who looked at those pictures, youre perpetuating a sexual offence. Many have surmised that the controversy may be coming to a close given the lower profile of the hackers latest victims. But photos from an unreleased and potentially massive collection of stolen celebrity nudes can still be bought online for $350, evidence shows. Some say this summers celebrity nude leaks were only a peak at how many photos and videos were compromised through security flaws in Apples iCloud and other platforms.
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Scandal: Jennifer Lawrence – one of dozens of other stars who had naked photos leaked online – has broken her silence over the scandal, calling it a sex crimeThe latest hits will come as a blow to Apple as the tech firm desperately tries to tighten security on the iCloud. It currently allows users to attempt access to any account an unlimited amount of times.The FBI and Apple, which runs iCloud, are already investigating the hacking in which dozens of celebrities’ accounts were infiltrated. Naked pictures of stars were put online by hackers linked to the notorious online forum 4chan.The first wave of explicit, personal images were released on August 31, featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, and Kate Upton.Since, images have surfaced of singers Rihanna and Avril Lavigne, TV actress Kaley Cuoco, American goalkeeper Hope Solo, and socialities Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton. 
Taking action: Some of the female celebrities who have been targeted the photo hacking scandal – with Rihanna (left) and Amber Heard (right) among the most recent victims – are threatening to sue Google
Victims: Naked images already released are alleged to feature actress Vanessa Hudgens (left) and TV actress Kaley Cuoco (right)Another huge wave of leaked images took place around September 20 and involved nude photos of Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, Kate Bosworth and Hope Solo all being released.  The hackers also managed to steal pictures of Aubrey Plaza, Hayden Panetierre and Vanessa Hudgens in similar compromising positions.Also among the victims was British model Cara Delevingne.  The blogger has also threatened to target Emma Watson – and created a website called Emma You Are Next – after she gave a feminist talk at the UN.Reddit closed the forum titled Fappening, a lewd reference to masturbation, a week after the first hit after receiving a warning that the images violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).But the images have been cached by thousands of users all over the world and shared on other blogs and websites, meaning many still appear on Google Images.  
First male victim: Reality TV star Nick Hogan, son of wrestler Hulk Hogan, was said to be the hackers first victimMarty Singer, half of Lavely & Singer law firm in Los Angeles, California, is now persuing legal action on behalf of a number of A-list victims. Singer claims he also issued more than a dozen warning letters to Google but received no response. In a letter to Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Singer accused the pair of blatantly unethical behavior. Reacting to the potential lawsuit, Google said they have been trying to eradicate the photos from the web in response to complaints about privacy violation.Weve removed tens of thousands of pictures — within hours of the requests being made — and we have closed hundreds of accounts, a Google spokeman said.
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Apple has denied that its iCloud system was compromised during the attacks, which were the result of a very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions. The firm, which said it was outraged by the security breach, has now advised worried customers to update their accounts with a strong password and enable two-step verification.  Last month, during a previous leak of stolen, naked pictures, Twitter said it was shutting down accounts disseminating the images. In response to a request for comment, a Twitter spokesman said in August: We do not comment on individual accounts, for privacy and security reasons, and referred MailOnline to the companys content boundaries web page. 

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New Bank of England policymaker  Kristen Forbes has said a rise in interest rates would depend on whether inflation edges up or continues to stay low, as she warned that the recent rise in the pound could have understated inflation risks.
Forbes, who joined the Bank of Englands Monetary Policy Committee in July, said it was important to monitor consumer inflation trends to adapt monetary policy accordingly, especially towards the end of the year, when she said the inflation outlook could change.
Forbes said inflation was now 0.8 per cent lower than it would be if the pound had not strengthened and that this difference could rise to 1 per cent by the end of the year.

Kristin Forbes said it was important to monitor consumer inflation trends to adapt monetary policy accordingly
But she also said that seven different measures of domestically generated inflation, which are less exposed to the impact of currency fluctuations, suggested little evidence of a pick up in inflation, making her possibly more likely not to vote for a rate rise at the next MPC meeting in a weeks time.Forbes, a former economic adviser to US President George W. Bush, said: ‘It is becoming increasingly important to monitor trends in domestically generated inflation, and especially unit labour costs, so that monetary policy can be adjusted appropriately and also be allowed to work through the economy with its own set of lags.’  
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The pound rose 14.5 per cent against a basket of currencies between March 2013 and last July, contributing to a slowing of consumer prices growth in Britain. Consumer price inflation fell to 1.5 per cent in August, well below the Bank’s target of 2 per cent.
Inflation and the sterling: Kristin Forbes said inflation was now 0.8 per cent lower than it would be if the pound had not strengthened since early 2013
In her first speech since joining the MPC, Forbes said sterlings current level did ‘not appear to be substantially out-of-line with where it has traditionally been’ and most firms, especially in the dominant services sector, had told the BoE that it had not yet substantially affected trade volumes. She also said she did not want to predict sterling movements. 
The new policymaker said: ‘Does (the current level of CPI) incorporate a substantial drag from the past appreciation of sterling? If so, inflation could increase quickly as the drag fades, suggesting tighter monetary policy could be appropriate.
‘Or is any such drag currently small or likely to persist for an extended period? If so, inflationary pressures could remain muted, thereby providing more time before an adjustment of monetary policy is appropriate.’
Forbes speech delivered last night comes as the Bank of England said today it has given the all clear to the Governments Help to Buy incentive scheme after finding it does not pose a risk to financial stability and has not driven up house prices. But the Banks Financial Policy
Committee also announced today that it was asking for new powers to rein
in risky mortgage lending which will include the total debt burden
facing households and not just the money they owe on home loans.
Policymakers also want to be able to order limits on loan-to-value (LTV)
ratios. Low inflation has allowed the Bank to keep interest rates at their historic low of 0.5 per cent, despite recent strong economic data.
Housing market: Bank of England governor Mark Carney has also written to Chancellor George Osborne to say the £600,000 house price cap under the mortgage guarantee scheme and the fee charged to lenders who use it remain appropriate
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Markit/CIPS purchasing managers’ index of activity – where 50 is the
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in the US, 55.7 in Ireland, 52.6 in Spain and 52.2 in the Netherlands.But further data from Markit today showed that British construction activity grew at one of the fastest rates on record last month, though slower rises in new orders and employment raise questions about the durability of the upturn.The Markit/CIPS construction PMI rose to 64.2 in September from 64.0 in August, beating economists expectations for a slight fall and showing the strongest growth since the six-year high of 64.6 recorded in January.
An expansion in commercial work and civil engineering projects has started to catch up with booming house-building, the survey found.This mixed data over the past few days means interest rate rises should remain on the agenda at next week’s MPC meeting, although most economists still do not anticipate any movement until the first quarter of next year, with only two of the committees members so far breaking ranks to vote for a hike.But with rate rises seen in 2015, research from a government-backed body today said more than half of mortgage holders have no plan in place for how they will cope with an increase.Some 56 per cent of mortgage holders surveyed for the Money Advice Service (MAS) admit to having done nothing so far to prepare for the prospect of their home loan repayments becoming more expensive after the Bank of England base rate moves off its historic low.This is despite almost one in five (19 per cent) of the 3,000 UK mortgage holders surveyed saying that they will ‘really struggle’ to cover any increase to their monthly payments.
Hard to cope: The Money Advice Service found that nearly half (47 per cent) of mortgage holders would find it hard to meet a £150-a-month increase in their payments.
Banks and building societies are warning homeowners to start planning now for the impact of increased mortgage costs on their budgets.The MAS found that young mortgage holders are both more likely to be unaware that rates are likely to rise at all, and to have been financially stretched when they took out their home loan in the first place.One in 12 (8 per cent) of people across all ages said they were not aware that rate rises are expected to be on the horizon, rising to one in six (16 per cent) mortgage holders aged under 35.More than two-thirds (69 per cent) of homeowners generally said their finances were stretched when they took out their mortgage, increasing to over three-quarters (77 per cent) of under-35s.The expected rise in interest rates will be a new experience for many homeowners. According to industry estimates, around one million home owners have never experienced an interest rate increase, having climbed on to their first rung of the property ladder after the base rate fell to its rock bottom level of 0.5 per cent in 2009.How quickly a borrower feels the impact will depend on what type of mortgage they have. Around nine in 10 new mortgages being taken out by first-time buyers and existing homeowners are fixed-rate products, which cushion the borrower from any immediate impact of the base rate rising.Meanwhile, around one in 20 new mortgages are trackers, which are directly linked to the base rate. Lenders also offer standard variable rate (SVR) mortgages, which is a rate that they set themselves.Almost one in three (28 per cent) of current mortgage holders do not even know what their current mortgage rate is and one in 33 (3 per cent) are unaware exactly how much money currently goes out of their account every month to cover their mortgage, the MAS found.The independent body also found that nearly half (47 per cent) of mortgage holders would find it hard to meet a £150-a-month increase in their payments.