From Robin Tilbrook <[email protected]>
Subject Weekly roundup Friend
Date June 25, 2022 11:01 AM
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Weekly Roundup



Rochdale grooming gang leader 'Daddy' was employed by council



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The notorious ringleader of a Muslim grooming gang portrayed in the BBC's Three Girls series was employed as a welfare rights officer by Oldham Council, a major report has revealed.



Shabir Ahmed, who led the sexual abuse ring in Rochdale and was nicknamed 'Daddy', was seconded to the Oldham Pakistani Community Centre during his time at the local authority.



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LGBTQ: Wilfred Owen, Philip Larkin and John Keats axed by GCSE exam board









Wilfred Owen, Philip Larkin and John Keats have been ditched by a GCSE exam board, to be replaced by a series of black, disabled and LGBT poets.



Thomas Hardy, Seamus Heaney and Siegfried Sassoon's work has also been removed in a drive to introduce "exciting and diverse" voices into the syllabus.



Of the 45 poems used by OCR for last year's GCSE English Literature course, 15 have been replaced. New entries include 14 by "poets of colour" with "disabled and LGBT voices" also featured.



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First covid vaccine damage payment confirmed for widow





A woman whose fiancé died after having the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine will become the first person in the UK to receive a Covid vaccine damage payment of £120,000.



Until now, no lump sums have been issued to more than 1,300 people who claimed damage claimants for Covid jab-related injuries and bereavements, despite reports more than 400,000 people have reported vaccine side effects to the Yellow Card Scheme.



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Yours sincerly



Robin Tilbrook

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English Democrats Party - PO Box 1066, 
Norwich NR14 6ZJ, United Kingdom

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