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Promising Young Woman Trailer #1 (2020) | Movieclips Trailers

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'I'm a bit OCD with germs' - O'Sullivan avoids handshakes after Scottish Open win

'I'm a bit OCD with germs' - O'Sullivan avoids handshakes after Scottish Open win

Snooker
Ronnie O'Sullivan comfortably brushed aside James Cahill at the Scottish Open then claimed he did not shake his opponents' hand for fear of germs.The world number three whitewashed his fellow Englishman, to whom he lost at last season's World Championship, 4-0 to progress to the third round.But he fist-bumped Cahill and the referee instead of crossing palms."It's easier to do that and I don't get any germs," O'Sullivan explained to Eurosport after the match."I'll admit I'm a bit OCD with germs. I don't open door handles, I always have tissues on door handles. I am a bit OCD like that."O'Sullivan had promised to keep taking risks despite a narrow 4-3 win over Dominic Dale in the previous round at Glasgow's Emirates Arena, but averaged 12 seconds a shot throughout his latest performance."It didn't feel like 12 seconds, it felt like 21 seconds," said the former world champion, who next faces compatriot Martin Gould. "I felt like I was playing slower tonight."I came out and tried to play a little bit more conservative because I have been a bit too attacking I think. I just tried to rein it in
Scottish Open: Ding Junhui and Stephen Maguire through as Stuart Bingham exits

Scottish Open: Ding Junhui and Stephen Maguire through as Stuart Bingham exits

New UK champion Ding Junhui and beaten finalist Stephen Maguire carried on their form from York to ease into the Scottish Open second round.But world number 11 Stuart Bingham was beaten 4-2 by Wales' Matthew Stevens.Stevens, up to 42 after reaching the UK quarter-finals, next faces England's Kurt Maflin in Glasgow.Scot Maguire, who is up to 13th in the world rankings, whitewashed veteran Englishman Jimmy White 4-0 and faces Hong Kong's Marco Fu.China's Ding, now ranked 15, defeated Welshman Michael White 4-1 and next takes on compatriot Mei Xiwen, who edged out England's Gary Thomson 4-3, at the Emirates Arena.Yan Bingtao, who reached the UK semi-finals, beat Barry Pinches 4-1 to set up a meeting with another Englishman, Joe O'Connor, who ousted the 19-year-old's Chinese compatriot, Bai Langning, 4-2. World champion Judd Trump, the Englishman now ranked second, eased into the second round, beating Moroccan Amiri Amine 4-0 to set up a meeting with China's Yuan Sijan.English former world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan, currently the world number three, edged out Welshman Dominic Dale 4-3 to set up a meeting with compatriot James Cahill, who defeated Thailand's Sunny Akani 4-2.English world number
County Clare gets third Direct Provision Centre

County Clare gets third Direct Provision Centre

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Clare Lodge in Ennis will become the third Direct Provision Centre in County Clare . The Department of Justice has confirmed that the hotel will re-open its doors to asylum seekers with 65 adults set to arrive shortly in the town. The two other centres in Clare are Knockalisheen in Meelick , a state owned centre run by Aramark ltd accommodating 275 asylum seekers and the King Thomond Hotel lisdoonvarna owned by Marcus White accommodating 115 asylum seekers which opened its doors last summer despite a vote by local residents against the centre (197 votes against to 15 in favour) . In August , A Department of Public Expenditure report "Direct Provision : Overview of current accommodation expenditure" indicated that upwards of €120 million would be spent this year on the Direct Provision Accommodation , up 50% on 2018 . The Figures show that there are 7,018 asylum seekers being accommodated around Ireland at the end of June , - 6,082 asylum seekers in 39 permanent centres and 936 in emergency accommodation (B&Bs , rented housing etc) , the figure is forecast to increase to approximately 7,700 people by the
The Day Jim Larkin was arrested for Hate Speech - 31 August 1913

The Day Jim Larkin was arrested for Hate Speech - 31 August 1913

The biggest Trade Union dispute in Irish History was the Dublin Lockout of 1913 . The trade union movement in Ireland had just begun . Led by Jim Larkin of the National Union of Dock Labourers (NUDL) and Later his own Union - The Irish Transport and General Workers Union (ITGWU) , workers up and down the country were being united by Larkin to campaign for better conditions and wages . In August 1913 , hundreds of workers were fired by the Dublin United Tramway Company accused of joining larkin's union . In Solidarity , the other workers went on strike . Employer groups responded by forcing employees to a sign a pledge not to support the striking workers or join larkin's union . When the workers refused they were locked out of their Jobs and replaced with scab labourers from Britain , for seven months twenty thousand Irish were locked out of their Jobs and plunged into proverty , Larkin was vilified by the Irish Independent, the Sunday Independent and the Evening Herald all of which were owned by the Employer leading the Lockout , William Martin Murphy
Marc Leishman | A Cut Above

Marc Leishman | A Cut Above

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Best drivers from the fairway in golf

Best drivers from the fairway in golf

Best emotions at the Presidents Cup 2019

Best emotions at the Presidents Cup 2019

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Christian Centre supports Pastor following death threats over gay pride tweet

Christian Centre supports Pastor following death threats over gay pride tweet

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The Christian Legal Centre in London has taken up the case of a christian Pastor in Cambridgeshire who was forced to resign his position as caretaker of a local school
County Clare gets third Direct Provision Centre

County Clare gets third Direct Provision Centre

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Clare Lodge in Ennis will become the third Direct Provision Centre in County Clare . The Department of Justice has confirmed that the hotel will re-open its doors to asylum
Opinion : Saturdays Free Speech Rally opportunity for Conservative Socialists to reclaim the Left

Opinion : Saturdays Free Speech Rally opportunity for Conservative Socialists to reclaim the Left

Over the past number of years , Many republicans and socialists on the conservative left have gone silent as they watch on in horror at the antics of the New
France : Pension Protests enter Day 6 as capital shuts down

France : Pension Protests enter Day 6 as capital shuts down

Massive Protests in France against Pension Reform are entering their sixth day . The indefinite strike action has seen more than 1.5 million workers take part in a hundred rallies
Unicorn awareness for Shoppers and Parents

Unicorn awareness for Shoppers and Parents

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If you are shopping for a child or baby this christmas you will see lots of toys , books and clothes featuring the Unicorn and rainbow . On the surface , it might appear very innocent but what if I told you that the unicorn is the new symbol for the transgender , gay and lesbian movement and is a dominant feature at gay pride parades globally going hand in hand with the rainbow symbol which has been their symbol since the 70s. Other symbols including Mermaids and Fairies have also become popular among them , indeed some lgbt organisations have taken their names from them such as the UK based transgender organisation .. 'Mermaids' . According to Lgbt activists , the unicorn was chosen because its seen as having No gender (neither male nor female) . I was quite surprised at the extent and speed at which children's and babies merchandise has been targeted this christmas . Below are some pictures I took in the space of just 20 minutes while out shopping in Dublin from shops such as Dunnes Stores , Marks and Spencers and Debenhams
Opinion : European Unionists and the End of Democracy

Opinion : European Unionists and the End of Democracy

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Many of us have been on the losing side of referendums over the years . It hurts and its hard to take but the idea that any referendum result should
The Day Jim Larkin was arrested for Hate Speech - 31 August 1913

The Day Jim Larkin was arrested for Hate Speech - 31 August 1913

The biggest Trade Union dispute in Irish History was the Dublin Lockout of 1913 . The trade union movement in Ireland had just begun . Led by Jim Larkin of

Sport

'I'm a bit OCD with germs' - O'Sullivan avoids handshakes after Scottish Open win

'I'm a bit OCD with germs' - O'Sullivan avoids handshakes after Scottish Open win

Snooker
Ronnie O'Sullivan comfortably brushed aside James Cahill at the Scottish Open then claimed he did not shake his opponents' hand for fear of germs.The world number three whitewashed his fellow
Marc Leishman | A Cut Above

Marc Leishman | A Cut Above

Golf
Best drivers from the fairway in golf

Best drivers from the fairway in golf

Best emotions at the Presidents Cup 2019

Best emotions at the Presidents Cup 2019

Scottish Open: Ding Junhui and Stephen Maguire through as Stuart Bingham exits

Scottish Open: Ding Junhui and Stephen Maguire through as Stuart Bingham exits

Snooker
New UK champion Ding Junhui and beaten finalist Stephen Maguire carried on their form from York to ease into the Scottish Open second round.But world number 11 Stuart Bingham was beaten 4-2 by Wales' Matthew Stevens.Stevens, up to 42 after reaching the UK quarter-finals, next faces England's Kurt Maflin in Glasgow.Scot Maguire, who is up to 13th in the world rankings, whitewashed veteran Englishman Jimmy White 4-0 and faces Hong Kong's Marco Fu.China's Ding, now ranked 15, defeated Welshman Michael White 4-1 and next takes on compatriot Mei Xiwen, who edged out England's Gary Thomson 4-3, at the Emirates Arena.Yan Bingtao, who reached the UK semi-finals, beat Barry Pinches 4-1 to set up a meeting with another Englishman, Joe O'Connor, who ousted the 19-year-old's Chinese compatriot, Bai Langning, 4-2. World champion Judd Trump, the Englishman now ranked second, eased into the second round, beating Moroccan Amiri Amine 4-0 to set up a meeting with China's Yuan Sijan.English former world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan, currently the world number three, edged out Welshman Dominic Dale 4-3 to set up a meeting with compatriot James Cahill, who defeated Thailand's Sunny Akani 4-2.English world number
Yousra Matine & Amine Amiri - African snooker's golden couple

Yousra Matine & Amine Amiri - African snooker's golden couple

Snooker
"We're getting married when he wins a title and we wish to invite all the professional players" Africa women's snooker champion Yousra Matine has a vision for her wedding to
Top 10 all-time shots from the Presidents Cup

Top 10 all-time shots from the Presidents Cup

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