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England need to fill the trophy cabinet

first_img England head to the home of Manchester City on Saturday for the game that no-one wants. Stick 100 points on Uruguay and frankly who cares? Struggle to put the South Americans away and the knives will be sharpened even more for Stuart Lancaster and his coaching team.Score a mere 50 and they will be beaten by the stick of 2003 again, after all, England’s last world-class team put 111 points on Uruguay in Brisbane that year.In the great scheme of things, England could score 400, and it means the sum total of nish, nada and nothing – England are already out of a World Cup which will go on without them for the next three weeks.Feisty: Uruguay will provide stiffer opposition than previous yearsThere are some fans who have tickets for this weekend’s funeral pyre of a game and, frankly, they can’t be bothered to make the trip.Well they might be missing out – they could say they were in there at the start of England’s journey to World Cup glory in 2019. In true sporting parlance England must draw a line under it and move on.But how about moving on to the Six Nations instead and let the 2019 World Cup, take care of itself?Now is not the time to chuck the baby out with the bath water and have a complete re-shuffle of the squad. Yes, there should be changes, not the major surgery some are calling for, and just because a bloke might not be around in 2019 does not mean he can’t do a job in the next year or two.Back in the day: England last won a Grand Slam in 2003England have got out of the habit of winning trophies, barring the odd one-off pot such as the Cook and Calcutta Cups and it is about time they had one to put on the shelf at Twickenham.England have not nailed a Six Nations title since 2011, and we all remember what happened that year, so the focus should move to winning that now. Park all thoughts of Japan in four years’ time and just go out and win a medal or two. They are called the All Blacks and they have mastered the trick of filling their boots whilst slowly introducing players to Test rugby.England have nicked quite a few ideas off the New Zealanders over the last few years, this is one Lancaster or his successor should pinch immediately. In the last four years England have come second in the Six Nations every year and have lost Test series away to South Africa and New Zealand whilst winning one in Argentina in 2013. It is time to get some silverware for the cleaners to polish in South West London.Lancaster’s first game in charge was at Murrayfield in February 2012 and a cuddly toy for anyone who can name the men who made their Test debuts that day. For the record they were Brad Barritt, Lee Dickson, Phil Dowson, Owen Farrell, Ben Morgan, Geoff Parling and Jordan Turner-Hall. The week after, in Rome, Rob Webber made his first appearance and England finished runners-up in the championship.Elsewhere Charlie Morgan has picked a possible 23 for 2019 and his crystal ball gazing looks like it may have come up trumps.But whoever is England coach in the New Year should not pick that 23 to run out in Edinburgh on 6 February next year.Still going: Mike Brown is 30 but is still performing at the right top levelMike Brown will be 34 at the next World Cup and you wouldn’t want to be the person telling him he is finished as England build for the future. If an old dog like Nick Easter would help win the Six Nations then pick him, likewise Dylan Hartley. Then the coach can gradually bring in players like Henry Slade – who makes a belated World Cup debut at the weekend – Jamie George, Paul Hill, Maro Itoje and Jack Clifford.There is a model to follow in all of this. Since 2011 there is a side who have given international debuts to 37 players but managed to maintain their place at the top of the world rankings and won three Rugby Championships in the meantime. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS England’s World Cup exit has led to calls for yet another cull of the playing staff – but they have been down that road before. How about winning something first?last_img read more

Call for impartial investigation into fatal beating of journalist

first_img“Репортеры без границ” (РБГ) глубоко опечалены смертью Николая Андрущенко, наступившей 19 апреля в Санкт-Петербурге. Журналист и соучредитель еженедельника “Новый Петербург” скончался в результате жестокого нападения произошедшего 9 марта. Он был известен в Санкт-Петербурге своими расследованиями коррупции, в которую замешаны местная элита и организованная преступность. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is deeply saddened by Saint Petersburg journalist Nikolai Andrushchenko’s death from a beating and calls on the authorities to guarantee a thorough and impartial investigation. Andrushchenko often covered corruption, still one of the most dangerous subjects for reporters in Russia. Russian media boss drops the pretence and defends Belarus crackdown Follow the news on Russia June 2, 2021 Find out more Россия занимает 148 место из 180 во всемирном рейтинге свободы прессы за 2016 год, опубликованном РБГ. Организации вынуждена регулярно выступать с осуждением хронической безнаказанности убийц и нападений на российских журналистов. His reporting won him many enemies. Someone set fire to his apartment door in March 2005. He spent six month in pre-trial detention in 2007-2008 on charges of obstructing justice and contempt of court before finally being acquitted. He said he was mistreated while in prison. “Given the highly sensitive nature of Nikolai Andrushchenko’s reporting, the judicial and police investigators must seriously examine the possibility that he was killed in connection with his work,” said Johann Bihr, the head of RSF’s Eastern Europe and Central Asia desk. RSF_en RSF has repeatedly denounced the impunity enjoyed by those who physically attack or murder journalists in Russia, which is ranked 148th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. Help by sharing this information Like Novy Peterburg editor Denis Usov, Ageyeva is convinced that Andrushchenko’s death was linked to the highly sensitive stories he covered. He specialized in corruption cases, abuse of authority and the murky links between organized crime and well-placed figures. And he took a close interest in the alleged mafia connections of the Saint Petersburg elite dating back to the 1990s. Журналист Николай Андрущенко умер 19 апреля 2017 года в Санкт-Петербурге, в результате жестокой агрессии. “Репортеры без границ” (РБГ) требуют гарантий того, чтобы полное и беспристрастное расследование отвело особое внимание возможной связи преступления с его профессиональной деятельностью. РБГ напоминают, что расследование коррупции остается наиболее рискованной формой журналистской деятельности в России. Alevtina Ageyeva, the CEO of the Novy Peterburg publishing house, told RSF that Andrushchenko was found unconscious in the street on the night of 9 March after setting off to see someone in connection with a story he was working on. Hospitalized with head injuries, he underwent brain surgery and was then placed in an artificial coma from which he never emerged. Novy Peterburg was closed by court order in 2007 and was allowed to resume publishing two years later. At that time, the newspaper often complained that printers refused to print certain articles. RussiaEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Organized crimeCorruptionJudicial harassmentImpunityViolenceCouncil of Europe Эта деятельность стоила журналисту многих неприятностей. В марте 2005 года неизвестные подожгли дверь его квартиры. В 2007-2008 годах он провел шесть месяцев в предварительном заключении за “препятствование отправлению правосудия” и “оскорбление судьи” по поводу чего позже он был полностью оправдан. Андрущенко утверждал, что в тюрьме он подвергался жестокому обращению. В 2009 году его осудили за “разжигание ненависти по отношению к представителям правоохранительных органов” и “оскорбление прокурора”. Но он был освобожден от наказания в связи с истечением срока давности. Газета “Новый Петербург” была закрыта по судебному решению 2007 года. Её издание возобновилось в 2009 году. В этот период газета регулярно жаловалась на отказы типографий печатать тираж из-за конкретных статей. Two Russian journalists persecuted for investigating police corruption Receive email alerts News In 2009, he was convicted of inciting hatred against the police and insulting a prosecutor but the conviction ended up being quashed under a statute of limitations provision. Алевтина Агеева, равно как и главный редактор “Нового Петербурга” Денис Усов, убеждена, что убийство их коллеги связано с его в высшей степени чувствительным расследованиями. Николай Андрущенко специализировался на коррупционных делах, злоупотреблениях власти и связях между организованной преступностью и некоторыми высокопоставленными руководителями. Он плотно интересовался предполагаемыми мафиозными связями петербургских элит в 90-е годы. Organisation News Related documents cp_andrushchenko_ru.pdfPDF – 64.23 KB April 21, 2017 Call for impartial investigation into fatal beating of journalist News Читать по-русски в PDF и ниже / Read in Russian News to go further Журналист-расследователь избит до смерти в Санкт-Петербурге : следствие должно всерьёз рассмотреть версию того, что преступление связано с его профессиональной деятельностью “A thorough and impartial investigation must be guaranteed by putting a different jurisdiction or the federal authorities in charge of the case. Allowing impunity to prevail yet again would send a highly intimidatory signal to all investigative reporters in Russia.” May 21, 2021 Find out more Директор издательства “Новый Петербург” Алевтина Агеева сообщила РБГ, что Николай Андрущенко был обнаружен на улице в бессознательном состоянии в ночь с 9 на 10 марта. Ранее вечером он ушел на встречу, связанную с его расследованиями. Журналист был госпитализирован с черепно-мозговой травмой и подвергся хирургической операции на головном мозге после чего его погрузилась в искусственную кому, из которой он так и не вышел. Он скончался 19 апреля в возрасте 74 лет. “В высшей степени чувствительный характер расследований, которые вёл Николай Андрущенко должен заставить следователей очень серьёзно отнестись к версии связанной с его профессиональной деятельностью, – заявил глава отдела Восточной Европы и Центральной Азии “Репортёров без границ” Иоханн Бир, – необходимо выведение следствия из-под местной юрисдикции или федеральный контроль за ним, должны быть даны конкретные гарантии того, что расследование будет исчерпывающим беспристрастным. Если безнаказанность вновь восторжествует, это станет исключительно тревожным сигналом для всех российских журналистов-расследователей”. Andrushchenko, who co-founded the Novy Peterburg weekly, died in hospital on 19 April from the severe injuries he received on 9 March. Aged 74, he was well known in Saint Petersburg for his investigative reporting on corruption, the local elite and organized crime. May 5, 2021 Find out more Listed as a “foreign agent”, Russia’s most popular independent website risks disappearing RussiaEurope – Central Asia Condemning abuses Organized crimeCorruptionJudicial harassmentImpunityViolenceCouncil of Europe last_img read more

Boys Area Basketball Scores (2-8)

first_imgBoys Area Basketball ScoresSaturday  (2-8)Batesville  69     Madison  46Bulldogs JV won 54-37Batesville Scoring- Alex Siefert 10, Calvin Sherwood 9, Cole Werner 8, Ben Schebler 7, Brady Westerfeld 7, Eli Pierson 6, Alec Bunselmeier 3, Kasin Hughes 2.Columbus North 77    East Central  54Greensburg  82     Jac-Cen-Del  60Oldenburg  53     Triton Central  27Hagerstown  78     Franklin County  71Lawrenceburg  48     Switzerland County  41Southwestern Shelby  43     Rising Sun  39Rushville  74    Hauser  52Lawrence North  76    Connersville  39Shawe Memorial 73     Seton Catholic  66Waldron  65     Tri  60Morristown  54     Centerville  35Edinburgh  48     Crothersville  47last_img