The new questions that will (and won’t) be asked in next month’s census

Lockdowns got you bored of watching Netflix? The Australian Bureau of Statistics is here to provide one night of in-home entertainment, as long as demographics and personal questions are your thing. Census night is just around the corner, with millions of people set to log on to the Australian Bureau of Statistics website to provide a snapshot of the country’s

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Bill Cosby dodges questions and flashes PEACE SIGN as he arrives home after being RELEASED from prison

BILL Cosby dodged questions and flashed a peace sign in his first press briefing since being released from prison when his sexual assault conviction was overturned on Wednesday. Cosby served more than two years of a three to 10-year sentence at a state prison near Philadelphia. Read our Bill Cosby live blog for the latest news and updates… He had

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STEPHEN GLOVER questions £500 'reward' scheme for catching coronavirus

Proof Covid is rotting government minds: STEPHEN GLOVER asks how grown-up civil servants even came up with the idea of a £500 ‘reward’ scheme for catching coronavirus as it is ditched How quickly the pandemic is rotting the minds of supposedly clever civil servants and ministers.  The latest crazy ideas to emanate from Whitehall are contained in a leaked 16-page

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Twitter Questions Lack of Security at Nation's Capitol

…especially when compared to the response to BLM protests. It was obviously no laughing matter — but the internet quickly branded the security surrounding Capitol Hill a joke. As the smoke cleared from Wednesday’s disgraceful scenes, Twitter was left wondering how the House was so easily breached. Many compared the heavy-handed militarized preparations and response ahead of and during Black

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New book questions whether Dam Busters raid truly inflicted serious damage on Hitler’s war machine – The Sun

THE daring Dambusters raids on Nazi Germany were met with jubilation by Allied forces during World War Two. Flying at just 60ft above water, under enemy fire and with only the moon to light their perilous way, the bravery of the 19 Lancaster bomber crews has never been matched in the history of air warfare. Yet a new book by

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