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Cameron vows to shut down schools that radicalise youth

Cameron vows to shut down schools that radicalise youth

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to shut down Islamic schools that preach hate in a speech to the Conservative Party annual conference in the northern English city of Manchester.

8 Oct 2015 – 1:39 PM UPDATED 8 Oct 2015 – 8:24 PM British Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to shut down Islamic schools encouraging young people to become radicalised. Mr Cameron announced the schools would be inspected during a speech at the Conservative Party s annual conference in Manchester. Be in no doubt: if you are teaching intolerance, we will shut you down,” he warned schools.

Boys who could do anything they wanted to in Britain, who benefitted from everything this country had to offer instead ending up in the desert wielding a knife. In a speech aimed at calming Eurosceptic members of his ruling Conservative Party, Cameron also tried to shape his vision for his second term – to tackle poverty, inequality and offer security to build a “greater Britain”. His call for a “Greater Britain” also envisaged a country tackling some of its most entrenched problems – poverty, inequality and fighting extremism to stop young Britons from joining Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria.

Mr Cameron, who at 48 has said he will step down by 2020 after his second term as prime minister, said Britain had to offer more opportunities to minorities and tackle segregation to inspire young people. In a wide-ranging speech, Mr Cameron called on the Conservative party to become the party of the working people and claim the “centre ground” as the main opposition Labour Party turns further left. To attract younger voters – many of whom have backed Labour’s new far-left leader Jeremy Corbyn – he unveiled a new policy to spur home ownership, striking at criticism that his Conservative government was failing growing numbers of Britons unable to buy a house. “When a generation of hardworking men and women in their 20s and 30s are waking up each morning in their childhood bedrooms – that should be a wakeup call for us,” Cameron said.

Home ownership has long been a totemic issue for the Conservative Party and strikes at the new leader of the Labour Party, who had promised to do more to help people afford homes. “So I believe that we can make this era – these 2010s – a defining decade for our country the turnaround decade,” he said. “We can be that Greater Britain.” Fight against closer EU Mr Cameron said he would fight hard in his talks to change Britain’s relationship with the European Union, calling the 28-member bloc “too big, too bossy and too interfering”. He said he would make sure Britain never signed up to the EU’s stated goal of “ever closer union”, a clear attempt at silencing the growing criticism in his party of the renegotiation which may cloud his last five years in power. But Cameron also said Britain had influenced Europe before and could remain strong in Europe, promising he could get a “better deal and the best of both worlds”. “We don’t duck fights.

We get stuck in. We fix problems,” he told the conference. “We all know what’s wrong with the EU – it’s got too big, too bossy, too interfering. But we also know what’s right about it – it’s the biggest single market in the world.” “Believe me, I have no romantic attachment to the European Union and its institutions.

I’m only interested in two things: Britain’s prosperity and Britain’s influence. That’s why I’m going to fight so hard in this renegotiation,” he said. Cameron has conceded ground to his vocal Eurosceptics by offering a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union by the end of 2017, hoping to bury an issue that has divided the party for years and helped bring down two former prime ministers.

His ministers say technical talks on reforming Britain’s relationship with the EU, including changes in the areas of sovereignty, fairness, competitiveness and immigration, are going well, but some lawmakers fear the referendum will be delayed after a migrant crisis in Europe over the summer.

Cameron says he will announce his final position only after negotiations.

He personally favours Britain staying in a reformed EU, but would “not be heartbroken” to leave.

VIDEO 2: ROTV Reviews Opus Camper from U.K.

VIDEO 2: ROTV Reviews Opus Camper from U.K.

Print 1 October 2, 2015 by RVBusiness Leave a Comment 2 3 On this week s Rollin On TV program Jeff Johnston checks out a prototype of a new folding tent trailer called the OPUS. It s made in the U.K and has been around for a few years, and is now available in the U.S. Also, the crew visits Thetford Corp., one of the leading producers of RV and portable toilets.

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Great Yarmouth Heritage Open Days 2015

Great Yarmouth Heritage Open Days 2015

The Fishermen s Hospital An exciting programme of free tours and drop in events is on offer in the Borough of Great Yarmouth during Heritage Open Days weekend, Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September 2015 Book a tour back to World War II at Blitz Street Scratby (10-13 September), or a guided walk On the Warpath: Piers and Bombs (10 September). Go on a tour featuring the Great & the Good Great Yarmouth (11 September) and get behind the scenes in Great Yarmouth Community Library (10 and 11 September). Go to Priory Gardens Past Times Fayre in Gorleston (13 September), see Great Yarmouth s Heritage & History in Pictures at the Great Yarmouth Mercury (10 and 11 September), explore the Masonic Royal Assembly Rooms (10-12 September) and visit the Fishermen s Hospital (10-13 September).

Head off to All Saints Church Horsey, which dates back to Saxon times (11-13 September) and Hopton Ruined Church (11-13 September). Walk from Reedham to Polkey s Mill and Reedham Marsh Steam House (10 September), or visit Morse s Wind Engine Park at Repps with Bastwick, the only collection of historic wind pumps in the UK (10-13 September). Visit the Elizabethan House Museum and Tolhouse Museum (both 10-13 September) and go to The Priory Centre (10 September).

Pick up a Great Yarmouth Heritage Open Days leaflet at the Tourist Information Centre, t.

01493 846346, or download a copy of the leaflet from www.great-yarmouth.co.uk/heritageopendays 1 . Great Yarmouth Minster Borough of Great Yarmouth Heritage Open Days events and tours full list Pre-Booked Events Blitz Street Scratby, NR29 3NS Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September, tours at 10am and 2pm. Pre-booking only t.

01493 846346. A life size street scene made up of garden sheds transports you back to the 1940s and wartime life. See Nanny Morrison s cottage fitted out to make any wartime housewife proud, and buy sweets by the quarter in the corner shop.

BBC comedy classic Dad s Army is brought to life with a full size replica of Captain Mainwaring s office and new for 2015 visit the chemist with potions and lotions to cure all sorts of ailments. Visits by pre-booked tour only. Guided Walk On the Warpath: Piers and Bombs Meeting Place: Wellington Pier, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3JF Thursday 10 September, 2pm Pre-booking required t.

01493 846346 Find out more about the Victorian piers and the former jetty, from which Nelson embarked for the battle of Copenhagen and the role they played in seafaring activities from the 1650 s onwards. Also discover stories of the town s war efforts during both world wars and how the seafront played its part. Guided Walk The Great & the Good Great Yarmouth Meeting Place: The Fishermen s Hospital, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1ND Friday 11 September, 2pm Pre-booking required via 01493 846346 Join this walk and find out just how Yarmouth became Great, including how the town grew over time featuring fishing, railways, rows and monks and which personalities played starring roles in the town s development up to and including recent times.

Drop in events no need to book The Fishermen s Hospital Market Place, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1ND Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September, 10am 4pm. Talk given daily at 11am. The Fishermen s Hospital was built in 1702 by the corporation of Great Yarmouth for old or decayed fishermen.

It could house up to 40 residents, but now only nine cottages remain with 8 residents. Tours will include cottage no 8, which will be opened especially for HODs visitors. A talk will be given each day at 11am and tea & coffee will be available for HODs visitors.

Royal Assembly Rooms Albert Square, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3JH Thursday 10 to Saturday 12 September Tours at 11am and 2pm each day Originally designed to be Assembly and Reading Rooms in 1863, the building was bought from the Norfolk Militia by the Masons in 1919 and has undergone significant refurbishment. Take a look around this magnificent building. A guide will be on hand to answer all your questions.

Wind Energy Museum Morse Collection Marsh Road (Off Staithe Road), Repps With Bastwick, NR29 5JU Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September, 10am to 4pm Great Britain s only collection of historical wind-pumps. Experience this unique museum with guided tours starting every half an hour on the social history & heritage of the site. There will also be illustrated talks on the hour about Norfolk Mills and their people plus other local topics.

Old Meeting Unitarian Church Greyfriars Way, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2SW Thursday 10 and Friday 11 September 10am to 4pm, Saturday 12 September 9am to 5pm, Sunday 13 September, 12.30pm to 2pm A chance to see a modern, light and airy church built in 1954 following the bombing of its predecessor in WWII. Learn about of this dissenting movement s presence in the town, from its establishment in 1644. Great Yarmouth Potteries 18/19 Trinity Place, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3HA Thursday 10 and Friday 11 September, 9.30am to 3pm Get transported back to Yarmouth past in this building with its tarred timbers and other nautical paraphernalia.

See the arrow slits and gargoyles in the medieval wall and the 700 year-old well, which is still in daily use. Children can make a small clay item, to take home free. Tolhouse Museum & Gaol Tolhouse Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2SH Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September, 11am to 4pm Take a journey through crime and punishment in Great Yarmouth in one of England s oldest prisons.

Learn of the fates of thieves, smugglers, witches, pirates and murderers. Hear both gaoler and prisoners tell their tales of transportation, incarceration and execution. On 12 and 13 September, visit a convict in the cells and discover what hard labour really meant.

Great Yarmouth Minster Church Plain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1NE Thursday 10 to Saturday 12 September 10am to 4pm, Sunday 13 September 11am to 4pm Great Yarmouth Minster was built in 1101 and is the largest parish church in the country. It was bombed during WWII, with just the walls and towers left standing. Restored by Stephen Dykes Bower between 1957 and 1961, this wonderful church is full of fascinating stories and history.

Special exhibition, The Sea and Great Yarmouth. Caister Lifeboat Visitor Centre Skippers Walk, Tan Lane, Caister-on-Sea, NR30 5DJ Thursday 10 September 10am to 3:30pm, tours at 11am and 2pm. Sunday 13 September, 10am to 3:30pm, tours at 11am and 2pm More than 200 years of lifeboat history is told through exhibits in the Visitor Centre.

New tours for HODs, feature some of the historical tragedies on the sandbanks and the story of Caister Lifeboat to the present day. HODs visitors will also have the chance to see inside the lookout tower which is the operational base for today s Caister National Coastwatch. Elizabethan House 4 South Quay, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2QH Thursday 10 to Sunday 13 September, 10am to 4pm Discover the lives of the families who lived here from Tudor through to Victorian times.

The house gives you a feel for day to day domestic life with rich period settings and evocative sounds and smells. Be a house detective in the exciting HODs museum trail. Sunday 12 make a Tudor Rose or a First World War poppy.

All Saints Church The Street, Village of Horsey, NR29 4EF Friday 11 September, 12noon to 5pm Saturday 12 September, 10am to 5pm Sunday 13 September, 12noon to 5pm with organ recital 12noon to 12.45pm A beautiful, ancient Saxon church with round tower and thatched roof. Photographic displays show the village and church through the ages, including the Horsey flood. Hopton Ruined Church Coast Road, Hopton on Sea, NR30 2QE Friday 11 to Sunday 13 September 10am to 3pm This Grade II listed ruin appears on the English Heritage Buildings at Risk register and is currently a conservation project led by the Great Yarmouth Preservation Trust.

Information will be available about the progress so far with access in the ruin for HODs visitors. Flintknapping demonstrations and taster sessions Friday 11: John Lord will demonstrate working with flints in an architectural setting. Children s Nature Workshop Saturday 12: Emma Purnell will be making a bug hotel for the ruin gardens to encourage wildlife.

Children s Archaeology Activity Day Sunday 13: Giles Emery will be doing archaeologically based activities aimed at budding young archaeologists to come and try out. Holy Trinity Church Norwich Road, Caister-on-Sea, NR30 5JN Saturday 12 September 9am to 4pm Dating from the 14th century church and re-built in the 18th century and beyond. Strong links with Caister Lifeboat throughout can be seen with memorials inside and outside the church, including a stunning stained glass window of Christ and the Fisherman, by Paul Woodruffe which commemorates the 1901 lifeboat disaster.

Quaker Meeting House Howard Street South, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1LN Saturday 12 September, 10am to 4pm Early 19th century Quaker Meeting House in a walled garden, which was once the burial ground. Quakers have worshiped in Great Yarmouth since 1649 and beneath the present building you can see the remains of a 14th century cell occupied by Augustinian Friars until the Dissolution of the Monasteries, c.1536. Royal Naval Hospital Queens Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 3JU Friday 11 to Sunday 13 September, 11am to 3pm A former Navy hospital originally built for Nelson s men.

In 1815 it treated 600 soldiers injured at Waterloo. During WWII the hospital became HMS Watchful, co-ordinating mine sweeping operations and acting as an information centre and administrative headquarters for the Royal Navy. Now sympathetically converted into apartments and houses, the Chapel and one ward have been preserved.

Escorted tours to the chapel and ward may be available on request on the day. Holy Trinity & All Saints Church Somerton Road, Winterton-on-Sea, NR29 4AW Saturday 12 September, 10am to 3pm Winterton Church is renowned for its stately tower. The church has close connections with the sea: the crucifix that stands in Fisherman s Corner is carved from ship s timber, a trawler net forms its canopy; plaques record the valiant deeds of the village lifeboatmen, and a memorial records the sacrifice of Fr Clarence Porter, who died after saving a choirboy from drowning.

Polkey s Mill & Reedham Marsh Steam Engine House Wherryman s Way (footpath), Reedham, NR13 3UB Thursday 10 September, 12pm to 4pm The site includes a working drainage mill, which will be working weather permitting. Beside the mill is an old steam engine house built in 1880 (no steam engine). Visitors will be allowed access to the buildings.

Tours of Polkey s Mill in small groups will be available. It is also hoped to have the mid-1940 s diesel engines working and on show. Great Yarmouth Community Library Tolhouse Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2SH Thursday 10 September, tour at 2pm and Friday 11 September, tour at 10am.

Take part in a guided tour behind the scenes of Great Yarmouth Library. See examples of some of the local studies, collections and resources currently held in the depths of the library basement. These tours have been specially created for HODs visitors.

Not suitable for children under the age of 16. Great Yarmouth s Heritage & History in Pictures Great Yarmouth Mercury, 169 King Street, Great Yarmouth, NR30 2PA Thursday 10 September, 9am to 5pm and Friday 11 September, 9am to 5pm A new exhibition for 2015 HODs visitors. Take a trip down memory lane with a fascinating selection of images taken by staff photographers from the Great Yarmouth Mercury over the decades, covering the resort s heydays and holidays, plus pictures of local industries and businesses.

Guided Churchyard & Cemeteries Walk at Great Yarmouth Minster Church Plain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1NE Friday 11 September, tour at 10.30am HODs visitors will be taken on a guided tour of the churchyard and cemeteries, led by local historian Paul Davies. Hear stories about the most important and interesting people buried there and be guided around some of the most significant monuments. The old and new cemeteries are also now recognised as a county wildlife site.

Priory Gardens Past Times Fayre High Street (behind council car park), Gorleston, NR31 6NJ Sunday 13 September, 10am to 4pm Local interest groups and schools will be exhibiting their heritage projects in the Priory Gardens. A marquee housing a vintage tearoom will provide refreshments and various activities will be taking place for HODs visitors including archery, donkey rides, brass band, and a wildlife show & tell . The Priory Centre Great Yarmouth Community Trust, The Priory Centre, Priory Plain, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1NW Thursday 10 September, 12noon to 4pm Originally a Benedictine Abbey founded in 1260 and used until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536.

A special exhibition for HODs visitors will feature photographs from its days as a school from 1854 to 1999.

HODs visitors who attended school here will have an opportunity to share their memories and organisers would love to see mementoes.

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Hingham: Weymouth Man Hit, Killed by Boat Trailer

Hingham: Weymouth Man Hit, Killed by Boat Trailer

A pedestrian accident turned fatal in Hingham Sunday afternoon. Hingham police confirm that 62-year-old Robert McCarthy, of Weymouth, passed away Sunday night after being struck earlier in the day by a boat trailer being towed by a southbound vehicle on Route 3A. Police said the victim was standing by the MBTA bus and either fell or stepped into the road and was struck by the vehicle, a Toyota Tundra, which was towing a boat.

The driver, a 19-year-old Waltham man, stopped at the scene.

So far, no charges have been filed.

The crash remains under investigation.