188 Momentum activists have written to the organisation’s highest body calling on its top figures to join the ‘Put it to the People’ march for another EU referendum tomorrow.“There is a good chance it will be the largest demonstration in recent British history,” the letter reads. “Momentum and Labour must mobilise against this rotten, failing government in any way they can.”Signatories point out that 41% of Momentum members said they wanted a ‘people’s vote’ on Brexit “in all circumstances” in the Corbynite group’s consultation last year. “Numbers would surely be even higher now,” they argue.The letter, signed by high-profile left-wingers including Paul Mason and TSSA’s Sam Tarry, was sent on Friday afternoon to Momentum chair Jon Lansman, national coordinator Laura Parker and the national coordinating group (NCG).On Saturday, a left bloc in the march – organised by anti-Brexit group Another Europe is Possible – will see Corbyn-supportive MPs Clive Lewis, Kate Osamor, Lloyd Russell-Moyle and Marsha de Cordova deliver speeches in favour of another public vote.Below is the full text of the letter to Momentum’s national coordinating group.Dear comrades,On Wednesday evening, Theresa May delivered one of the most disgraceful, authoritarian speeches from a British Prime Minister in recent history. May has plunged the country into a crisis situation and is now attempting blackmail, bully and steam-roll parliament into backing her disastrous deal. Even her own Tory MPs have called her statement “toxic” and “incendiary”. This right-wing Prime Minister and her failing government have long been at war with working people, implementing austerity and attacking trade unions. Now, quite simply, they are at war with parliament and the democratic values we hold dear.It is time for the labour movement to mobilise. May’s botched deal doesn’t command a majority in the House of Commons, and a no deal scenario must be avoided. That is why we need a general election to stop this mess and get Jeremy Corbyn into Number Ten, so we can have a socialist government that advances progressive policies for the many.In Momentum’s membership consultation on Brexit last year, 41% said they supported a public vote on Brexit in all circumstances, and a huge majority supported a public vote if other options were unable to be reached. Numbers would surely be even higher now. While we recognise there is diversity of opinion on this issue within Momentum, and while we appreciate the NCG has various considerations here, with just days to go until we potentially crash out of the EU, the options before us are clear and sharp.A public vote on Brexit, with the option to remain, is the only serious choice for the left when the other options are no deal or May’s deal. It is also now Labour policy to back a public vote through the Kyle-Wilson plan. Jeremy Corbyn has rightly kept open the possibility of revoking Article 50 to stop a crash-out no deal Brexit.The left in all its diversity – trade unionists, migrants’ rights activists, greens and more – will meet tomorrow as a left bloc on the Put it to the People demo in London (bit.ly/2EUU7ig). There is a good chance it will be the largest demonstration in recent British history. Momentum and Labour must mobilise against this rotten, failing government in any way they can. Be a part of this movement – join us.Alena Ivanova, Bethnal Green and BowNadia Whittome, RushcliffeHenry Meredith, Hitchin and HarpendenTrish Whittome, RushcliffeMary Kaldor, Brighton kemptownPete Duncan, WalthamstowGlyn Hambrook, StaffordshireMichael Chessum, StreathamRobert Harvey, Camborne RedruthAlexander McMahon, Alyn & DeesideJohn Palmer, Greenwich & WoolwichStuart Blyth, GlenrothesChristine Twine, Glasgow SouthTom Selwyn, Holborn & st PancrasJoan Twelves, VauxhallJacqueline Conway, Brent CentralMoira Stewart, StreathamDavid James, Birmingham erdingtonAna Oppenheim, Hornsey & Wood GreenJane Speller, Calder ValleyChris Jefferies, Bristol WestGary Fowles, West WorcestershireLuke Cooper, Islington South & FinsburyJohn Hatto, Richmond ParkTristram Wyatt, East OxfordSuzy Roston, Stoke NewingtonKila Millidine, Preseli/PembrokeshireGrahame Oakland, Hackney North and Stoke NewingtonPhil Pope, Bristol WestJordan Thornton, East Worthing and ShorehamNaomi Eilan, Warwick and LeamingtonSeema Syeda, StreathamRuth Milsom, Sheffield HallamDaniel Nichols, RomfordDaniel Round, Hornsey and Wood GreenCaroline Powls, Finchley and Golders GreenKristian Ravnkilde, BroxtoweIan Martin, ExeterPolly Wicks. Lewisham West and PengeZoe Williams, VauxhallJustin Williams, Islington NorthMartha Shearer, Bethnal Green and BowDora Polenta, RushcliffeMarian Skeen, KensingtonGeorge Grime, Dulwich and West NorwoodJohn Stuttle, VauxhallDave Levy, Lewisham DeptfordBruce Robinson, StockportEd Whitby, Newcastle upon Tyne EastJamie Green, VauxhallLiam McQuade, Bethnal Green and BowEmma Witney, Edinburgh SouthernMatthew Whaley, Basildon & BillericayKieran Miles, TootingBill Walther, Lewisham DeptfordDuncan Morrison, Lewisham DeptfordRichard Fitzgerald, WrekinHeidy Kempe-Bottcher, Manchester WithingtonSandy Paul, Poplar and LimehouseChris Bright, Camberwell & PeckhamMike Vessey, Chelsea & FulhamDammi Holbourne, SidcupSam Roberts, Harrogate & KnaresboroughPaul Mason, VauxhallPhilip Inglesant, VauxhallRichard Mills, Ynys MonNaomi Wynter-Vincent, Luton SouthMike Wilson, Mitcham and MordenKonnie Lloyd, BroxtoweRuben de Dios, Bethnal Green and BowNayra Bello, Hampstead and KilburnMike Hirst, Mid NorfolkIrene Brennan, West Kirby and ThurstatonBarbara Veale, Lewisham DeptfordRobert Brown, HorshamGavin Edwards, WalthamstowJanine Booth, Hackney South and ShoreditchAndrew Reeve, WinchesterEloise Harris, Bethnal Green and BowSteven Carver, Bethnal Green and BowJohn Kent, Bournemouth EastNicole Obidowski, Lewisham DeptfordJan O’Malley, VauxhallNick Long, Lewisham EastRaquel Palmeira, Hornsey and Wood GreenSam Tarry, BarkingPaul Mackney, Chipping BarnetMike Davis, Poplar and limehouseDavid Margolies, Lewisham DeptfordRobert Rae, Edinburgh SouthJenny Skelton, Carrick Cumnock DoonMarcus Thorne, Lewisham DeptfordKate Harris, Hornsey and Wood GreenAnna Bluston, West WorthingVicki Morris, Nottingham EastJim Denham, Selly OakJohn Merritt, ChristchurchJanis Beavon, Bristol SouthJean Blaylock, VauxhallSacha Ismail, Lewisham EastAdam Green. Norwich SouthAlicia Marshall, WitneyLynton North, Torridge & West DevonWilliam Nuttall, Bury NorthEve McQuillan, Bethnal Green and BowFahd Choudhry, Hackney North and Stoke NewingtonDavid Harper, Lewisham DeptfordNeil McCart, TewkesburyNicholas Milanese, Labour InternationalC Bonardi, RushcliffeNaomi Eilan, Warwick and LeamingtonRonan Mulcahy, SouthportEugene Dalton-Ruark Ruislip, Northwood and PinnerPatricia Howett, EasingtonClive Baldwin, Islington NorthBrian Demby, Islington South & FinsburyDigby Ram, Labour InternationalSue Mew, WalthamstowMarian Skeen, KensingtonMark Woolner, Central DevonJacqueline Conway, Brent CentralPeter Trewhitt, Derbyshire DalesChristine Hulme, SloughVictor Connaughton, BlaydonDoug Thorpe, TottenhamGlyn, Oldham East and SaddleworthEdward Pickering-Symes, Derby NorthKari Maund, CambridgeMelvin ChappellJosh Petzoldt, Holborn and St PancrasPauline DownesPatrick Doherty, GuildfordAnn SessomsCarol Chalmers, Brighton PavilionKeith Reader, Islington NorthJohn Wilks, Greenwich and WoolwichJohn Kent, Bournemouth EastLiz Meyer, LiverpoolChris Owen, High WycombeColin O’Driscoll, Labour InternationalMatt Shoul, Cliftonville WestCatherine Garrett, WokingMike Watkins, LudlowHelen RouseClaire Shipp, South West BedfordshireKristian Woodland, CaerphillyJanet Hewson, HoveAleksandra RomanskaFrancesco PerticarariRachel WalkerFrancesco Perticarari CroydonPeter D. 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This summer, for the first time in San Francisco’s history a police officer used a naloxone rescue kit to save the life of a man overdosing on heroin, police officials said. The June 14 rescue in the Mission was the first result of a program that has trained some 700 officers city-wide to administer a nasal spray that can reverse the deadly effects of an overdose until medical personnel arrive.At 5:52 p.m. that day, Officer Mike Mellone responded to a call of a man rolling around in the middle of the street at 16th and Capp and was told by bystanders that he was suffering from an overdose. “When I arrived, I found this man down on the ground, in the middle of the street, totally unresponsive,” Mellone said. “He was unconscious. Everything that we tried to do to awake him was unsuccessful.”Mellone had received training in the use of a naloxone nasal spray earlier in the year as part of a program that has equipped every squad car in the Metro Division – which runs from the Mission and Potrero to the Marina and North Beach – with the overdose antidote. Share this: FacebookTwitterRedditemail,0% “I put the kit together and I was able to administer the solution,” he said. “Within a few minutes, the person who was previously unconscious and having trouble breathing – I start to see signs that he was coming to.”Paramedics arrived to take the man to San Francisco General Hospital, where he was later discharged, having fully recovered.The police department started training and equipping officers in March of this year with the naloxone nasal spray through funding from the Drug Overdose Prevention and Education Project (DOPE) as part of a two-year pilot program. The program currently equips only Metro Division squad cars and has trained some 700 officers, but Police Chief Greg Suhr hopes to expand it city-wide. “We hope to build upon this success, and following a review of the pilot program, I will recommend that every San Francisco police officer be trained in its use and every SFPD car be equipped with a naloxone kit,” he said in a press release. The naloxone spray is “almost foolproof” and requires only a two-hour training class, Officer Mellone said. To administer, users assemble the three different parts of the kit and spray half the solution into each nostril. After a few minutes, the patient should be roused.Office Mike Mellone demonstrating the nasal spray to eager photographers. Photo by Joe Rivano Barros.The move comes amidst a national epidemic in heroin overdose. The Center for Disease Control says heroin deaths have nearly quadrupled in the last 15 years, killing more than 8,000 people annually. Drug overdose is the leading cause of injury-related death in the United States, surpassing automobile accidents and shooting deaths. But San Francisco has been able to dramatically reduce its incidence of fatal heroin overdose in the same period, from 120 deaths in 2000 to 10 in 2012, despite the fact that heroin use has increased during that time. Judy Martin, the medical director at Substance Use Services in the Department of Public Health, said it’s because of the DOPE project’s efforts in teaching drug users about naloxone and training them in its use that deaths have plummeted, training that now includes police officers.“Overdoses are preventable, and they’re also reversible,” she said, “and the best place to do it is right when they’re happening, so that the lack of oxygen doesn’t hurt people long term… So first responders notice [how to reverse an overdose] and the drug users in our city also notice.”A mural in Clarion Alley on the benefits of Naloxone (known generically as narcan) in preventing fatal overdoses. Photo by Joe Rivano Barros.In a city with some 13,000 to 16,000 heroin users, training officers with naloxone is critical, Martin said, and Officer Mellone emphasized that the public should not fear arrest or prosecution from the police when reporting an overdose now that “police officers have this tool that could potentially reverse death.”“On a personal note,” he added, “although a lot of us get into this job to chase bad guys and fight crime, we have a unique opportunity with this kit to really have a direct impact on people that we come into contact with… Every police officer that enters this job wants to save a life, and through something as simple as this, we’re now able to do that.”Officer Mellone has been recommended for the police department’s “Life Saving Award,” which is awarded to officers whose actions directly result in saving someone’s life. 0%
THE latest In Touch Podcast features the thoughts of Nathan Brown, Jamahl Lolesi and Lance Hohaia.To listen click here or search for St Helens RFC on iTunes.Nathan and Jamahl talk about recent matches in the Podcast, which is partnership with 105.9 Citytalk, whilst we also caught up with Laurent Frayssinous too.Remember if you want a question answering on the Podcast drop us a line @saints1890 on twitter or email email@example.comYou can hear in-depth interviews with Jamahl and Lance as well as all the latest from Super League on City Talk 105.9’s In Touch show between 6pm and 7pm on Thursdays.
WATCH Rochdale take on Hemel for just £2.As part of our partnership with the Hornets, Saints fans can take advantage of this great offer by downloading the voucher below.The game kicks off at 3pm on June 2 and could feature some of Saints first teamers as both clubs utilise the dual-registration system.Jordan Hand, Joe Greenwood, Dom Speakman and Carl Forster have all featured for the Hornets in recent weeks.And the Stags are currently third in Championship one with three wins from five matches.So get behind the future of the Saints and watch some great Championship rugby league too!Simply download the voucher below and take it to Spotland on June 2 for a great experience.
WE’RE feeling magic on the latest edition of In Touch Podcast.We look back on the great win over Leeds with Paul Wellens, Jon Wilkin and Nathan Brown.The new edition also features an in-depth preview of the Magic Weekend with Ross Heppenstall from the Bradford T & A.To listen click here or search for St Helens RFC on iTunes.Remember if you want a question answering on the Podcast drop us a line @saints1890 on twitter or email firstname.lastname@example.org
KEIRON Cunningham says the form of the Academy can only be a good thing for the club going forward.The 19s are unbeaten so far this season whilst the 16s have only lost one game.And, the Reserves are yet to suffer defeat too – with many of the club’s Academy products featuring in Ian Talbot’s line ups.“We have always had good structures here at the club but when I first came on board I thought we had gone backwards slightly with what we were doing,” he said. “So we started at the bottom up which you have to do. We have got good staff in place and always seem to pick up good kids.“It was a case of if we could get them in the right systems, doing the right things then these are the future of the club. You have seen evidence of that with the ones that have come through this year.“I came through this system as did many of the world class players who played here.“The Reserves have been a blessing in disguise for us. You have seen the benefit of the reserves and how it takes the younger players to another level in their career.“It is a good stepping stone and gets them ready for the first team. There are plenty more kids to come through too. If you don’t see them this year then you will next year.“The 19s are on a roll and there are plenty of kids who have a real influence for them not playing too. They keep finding a way. On Friday they finished the game with last season’s under 16s pack. There is a lot of promise there and good things going forward for the club.”One player who came through Saints Academy system is Mark Percival – and he was part of the group that met with new England Head Coach Wayne Bennett recently.“Kyle, Joe, Robes, Alex, Percy… they are all deserved call-ups,” Keiron added. “The one thing now we need to do is make Mark Percival more durable so he can string more games together. He is certainly a future international if he keeps developing.“There aren’t many centres like him out there… there’s Cudjoe and Watkins and then the next for me is Percy.”Saints don’t have a game this week and that means the squad can rest up ahead of the trip to Wakefield a week Sunday.Cunningham continued: “It has been a real hectic and tough month for us backing up from the Magic Weekend. It has been mentally challenging and if there is a silver lining from not being in the cup then it is being able to freshen up ahead of the next game.“I’d like to think Luke Walsh would be back for that game but we will have to wait and see.“We probably deserved something from at least two of the games we’ve played in recently. But we didn’t and the pressure from that bred anxiety. You saw that in the first 20 minutes (against Hull KR) but as soon as we started doing things collectively then it worked.“We stayed in the game and with around 60 minutes to go we kicked on. We did what we had to do and then got hold of the game by the scuff of the neck. You could see our confidence grow and we scored some entertaining tries.“I am confident we can get into the top four. It is just as tough for those in the top four to stay in there too. I’d like to think we can now kick on. We know if we are consistent for 80 minutes then we are tough to play against. Hull KR needed that game on Friday as much as we did.“It is ours to lose to make the top four. Teams around us will drop points and we have to play them too.“We can only focus on what we can do.”Tickets for Saints remaining four games of the regular season are on sale.You can buy from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or online here.
Louis Dicicco III, 56 of Bladenboro and Ashley Wade Conner, 38 of Elizabethtown were charged with two counts each of Felonious Breaking and Entering, two counts each of Felonious Larceny and two counts each of Felonious Possession of Stolen Goods.Both received a $30,000 secured bond.Investigators have so far recovered two generators, multiple fishing poles and gear, motorcycle helmets, a Honda Motorcycle, one weed eater, a boat motor, welding machine and leads. Louis Dicicco III and Ashley Wade Conner (Photo: Bladen County Sheriff Office) BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Bladen County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men who are accused of stealing several items from Bladenboro homes.Sheriff James A. McVicker said investigators recovered more than $4,000 in stolen property from two different break-ins located in the 1100 block of Center Road in Bladenboro.- Advertisement –
The program, led by Associate Professor Marsha Mills, will train students in all areas of design including logo design, typography, print production, portfolio creation, and more. Mills has 30 years of experience in graphic design.“My focus is to create a program that is inexpensive, informative, and practical,” said Mills. “My students will graduate with a strong working knowledge of graphic design principles, typography, layout, and information organization.”CFCC Continuing Education Coordinator Mike Hoffer said each student will create an online portfolio and work with companies on graphic design projects.Related Article: Lawsuit: School didn’t probe teacher accused of improprietyThe CFCC Graphic Design program will begin on August 20.For more information, visit cfcc.edu/graphicdesign or call (910) 362-7883. (Photo: cfcc.edu/graphicdesign) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) – Registration is now open for Cape Fear Community College’s newest program.Starting in the fall semester, the school will offer a 5-course graphic design certificate program. According to a release, the 216-hour program focuses on graphic design principles using Adobe Creative Cloud software and other web-based design applications.- Advertisement –
00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave Settings WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The New Hanover High School Band Boosters are hosting their 2nd annual ‘We Just Want to Play’ Charity Volleyball Tournament Saturday. The goal is to raise $5000 to help any student interested in music.According to the Band Boosters there are roughly 75 students who participate in band year round at New Hanover High School. Some of those come from socio-economically challenged homes. More than 50% of students drop music between middle and high school for economic reasons. The Boosters want to lower that number by raising money to help.- Advertisement – Band Drum Major Jack Canseco says “band is a great opportunity to learn responsibility and be part of group all committed to excellence.” He also says he hopes “as many students as possible get to participate.”On Saturday the Band Boosters are hosting a volleyball tournament at Captain Bill’s Backyard Grill in Wilmington. From noon till 5 p.m. It is a family-friendly event and is free. Enjoy some great volleyball, live music, corn hole, raffle baskets, and an arts and crafts fair. Early volleyball signups are $80 per 4 person team through 8/4. If you work at a school you get an extra gift bag with goodies and raffle tickets. All proceeds go the the NHHS band program and youth wanting to pursue music in high school.For more information click here.Related Article: WWAY 5th Quarter Aug. 24, 2018
Baxley is charged with possession with intent to sell, 1 count of selling marijuana, and 1 count of manufacturing marijuana.He is being held in jail under a $100,000 bond. Logan Frankie Baxley was arrested on marijuana charges. (Photo: VineLink) BLADEN COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — It’s an undercover investigation that started after residents started complaining about drug sales. The Bladen County Sheriff’s Office says it wrapped up Monday and now a man is charged with selling marijuana.During the investigation, 19-year-old Logan Frankie Baxley, of Elizabethtown, allegedly sold marijuana to undercover officers.- Advertisement –