Government given two weeks to respond to Brexit legal challenge

Government lawyers have been given a two-week deadline to respond to the latest legal challenge over the legitimacy of the Brexit vote. A judicial review has been launched by the UK in EU Challenge group, which represents Britons living in France, Italy and Spain. It argues that the Electoral Commission’s findings on BeLeave and Vote Leave, which resulted in two officials being reported to ...

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England and Wales see fewest prosecutions since records began

The number of prosecutions in England and Wales has reached a record low despite an increase in recorded crime overall, according to Ministry of Justice figures. The data showed 1.61 million people were either prosecuted or given an “out-of-court disposal” in the year ending March 2018, a fall of 7% and the lowest number since records began in 1970. Out-of-court ...

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Swear you did not sleep with Ebony and I will curse you- Ebony’s dad to Bullet

It looks like the battle between the late 90’s bad girl’s father and Bullet is never ending now. In an interview on GHone Ebony’s dad called out Bullet to swear if he has never slept with his daughter. This sudden accusation stems from the misunderstanding between Bullet and Ebony’s dad over some royalties belonging to ebony which her father never ...

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Men don’t know what they want – Luckie Lawson

Ghanaian actress, Luckie Lawson, is still trying to find answers to what men want in women. She believes men are confused as to what they want in a woman because it is very difficult for them not to cheat. “Men don’t know what they want and they will never know what they want. In fact, what do men want? This ...

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Trade Minsitry to pay GHS1,081,000.00 judgement debt to former CEO of GTFA

The Ministry of Trade and Industry has offered to settle a judgement debt of GHS1,081,000.00 incurred by the Ghana Trade Fair Authority (GTFA) following an action brought against the company by its former CEO, Esther Ofori. According to the Ministry, an amount of GHS320,000.00 out of GHS1,081,000.00 has been paid and the Ministry is now waiting for the court to ...

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Woman, 36, auctions her virginity online for €250,000

  AT A GLANCE Mandy 36, sold her virginity on auction site Cinderella Escorts The highest bidder was an anonymous businessman who paid €250,000 Mandy has arranged to meet the successful bidder in September   She says she wants to use the money for the ‘needy’ as well as her career  A German woman who has never had sex, aged 36, ...

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Sexually provocative female students’ dressing reason traditional halls must not be changed – KNUST Alumini

Some male students and alumni of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi have explained that the sexually provocative dressing style of female students on campus is the reason for their fierce rejection of the conversion of Katanga and Continental halls into mixed halls by the management of the institution. According to a former President of ...

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FIFA Ranking: Black Stars benefit from new formula, rank 45th

That Black Stars of Ghana have risen two places up to 45th and are ahead of World Cup participants Nigeria and Cameroon in the FIFA Ranking for August despite not featuring at the tournament. The Stars who are now the fourth best team on the African rankings benefited from a new formula which was approved by the FIFA Council in June ...

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Rawlings didn’t call me crook – Anita Desoso

Mad Anita Desoso A National Vice Chairperson for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Anita Desoso, has denied claims that former President Jerry John Rawlings referred to her as a crook. The reference was made by the NDC founder after she begged him on behalf of the executives of the NDC at a June 4 anniversary celebration at Madina, in Accra. ...

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Ghana needs sober deliberations on free SHS – Otumfuo

   The Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has called for sober deliberations and frank discussions on the implementation of the free senior high school education policy in the country. He said the policy was, without doubt, one of the bravest decisions taken by any government in the country’s history with life-changing ramifications for all Ghanaian families, decades into the future. ...

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