Guardian reporter Alice Ross pointed out the wipe on Twitter this morning.However, content currently appears to still be hosted on the site, but with no direct access.Ross points out that users knowing a URL - such as Michael Gove, Boris Johnson, and Gisela Stuart's June 16 letter referencing Turkey's potential accession into the European Union - can still find the material.Previously, visitors to the voteleavetakecontrol.org homepage would find links to claims made during the campaign, as seen in the archived screen below.However, this figure was debunked as inaccurate by the Office of National Statistics.Senior Leave politicians such as Iain Duncan Smith have, in the days since the referendum, denied the money was promised to the NHS, despite other figures in the campaign saying "the Government should use some of the billions saved from leaving the EU to give at least a £100 million per week cash transfusion to the NHS".
The home page of its website has been wiped, and now simply features a Thank You banner superimposed over an image of Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and a group of Leavers.It previously displayed a subhead emblazoned with the words, "On 23 June, it's safer to Vote Leave and take back control.We should stop sending £350 million per week to unelected politicians in Brussels, and spend our money on our priorities, like the NHS."As the Remain voters knew all along, the NHS claim was a load of bollocks, with Greenback Nigel Farage admitting as much immediately after the results of the referendum were announced on Friday.All of the pro-Brexit material propaganda is still accessible, just harder to find.If you re not angry enough already, you can find it all via a Google search or by clicking this link.
The home page of its website has been wiped, and now simply features a Thank You banner superimposed over an image of Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and a group of Leavers.It previously displayed a subhead emblazoned with the words, "On 23 June, it's safer to Vote Leave and take back control.We should stop sending £350 million per week to unelected politicians in Brussels, and spend our money on our priorities, like the NHS."As the Remain voters knew all along, the NHS claim was a load of bollocks, with Greenback Nigel Farage admitting as much immediately after the results of the referendum were announced on Friday.All of the pro-Brexit material propaganda is still accessible, just harder to find.If you re not angry enough already, you can find it all via a Google search or by clicking this link.
Previous favorite brexit camp Boris Johnson gave up pursuing the Conservative leader and Prime Minister's position after the campaign started a couple of Michael Gove candidate. Boris Johnson announced a surprise turn for a moment before the Conservative Party leader selection of candidate selection ended. He does not seek David Cameron left by empty seats. the former mayor of London, Member of Parliament Johnson was the difference had thrown the camp of the leading characters and he was suspected to have chosen sides precisely because johtajahalujensa. it is believed to be behind the decision of the Minister of Justice, Michael Gove earlier announcement that he will leave as a candidate. Gove announced that had come to the conclusion that there is no Borises leader and build a team that will do the challenges ahead.
Britain is to start the divorce process on the European Union, "this calendar year" period, said Attorney General Michael Gove on Friday, according to the Guardian newspaper. aiming Conservative Party leadership of Goven, the UK launch of Article 50 eroneuvottelut in accordance with the EU only after a lengthy pre-negotiation. It does not in any case take place this year. On the other hand, the EU has said that it will begin negotiations until after the launch of a divorce impasse.
It's time we rebooted democracy in our start-up nation, apparentlyAlasdair Gray, the acclaimed Glaswegian writer and artist, penned a phrase now engraved on a wall of the Scottish Parliament: Work as if you live in the early days of a better nation.Michael Gove, the controversial Caledonian Brexiteer, journalist and Conservative politician, has in turn declared his intention to seek the leadership of the Conservative Party and thus become the Prime Minister, to "reboot democracy" in a new "start-up nation".Delivering his leadership pitch today Gove said: I want this country I love – and which has given me so much – to embrace this opportunity for change with optimism and conviction.Opposed primarily by Theresa May, who is considered more moderate by the mainstream press and the Conservative Party's masses, Gove stated: We need change to make this country a global leader in education and science, a start-up nation that generates the technologies which will transform this world permanently for the better.Declaring himself the true candidate for change Gove argued that we cannot meet this historic moment with timidity and caution and fired a shot at May in declaring that the best person to lead Britain out of the European Union is someone who argued to get Britain out of the European Union.
He cofounded Games Workshop in 1975 and launched Dungeons & Dragons in Europe.He created the Fighting Fantasy game books in 1982, and those have sold more than 17 million copies to date.Those play-your-own-adventure books are credited with getting many children excited about learning.He s on track to create two new free schools with a digital focus.We re all trying to get more children to code.GamesBeat: You ve been doing this for quite a while now, right?Livingstone: I wrote the Next Gen Review in 2011, which made recommendations to government to disapply the ICT curriculum and put computer science on the curriculum.Michael Gove, who was then secretary of state for education — I finally met him and convinced him that at the moment we re teaching children how to use technology, but we re giving no education to creating their own technology.Only by having code in the curriculum can they become creators as well as consumers.
Dangling by hooks through his ears, like some grotesque Pinnochio, the once mighty daunting of Michael Gove.Letwin fumbled with a Dunhill cigarette, the brown end refusing to ignite.Osborne turned studiously to the chalk marks beside him on the wall.On the wall, obsessively neat rows of four lines with a fifth diagonal running through them had marked out time.Hadn t Conservative 2.0 done everything that our new digital overlords asked of us?In his dotage, Lord Hammersley would be able to look fondly at his grandchildren gambolling in the garden and reflect to himself: I was once an Ambassador to a Roundabout.
Justice Secretary Liz Truss has tried to calm Britain s population of non-Eton-educated scrubbers the hell down, by insisting that the government won t break its manifesto pledge of replacing the Human Rights Act with a new British Bill of Rights."We are committed to it, said Truss on BBC Radio 4 s Today show.It is a manifesto pledge.We are looking very closely at the details but we have a manifesto pledge to deliver that."The legislation has been subject to a number of delays, and a according to recent reports, Prime Minister Theresa May isn t so keen on the idea.Michael Gove, who lost his job when May slithered into Dave s old hotseat, had previously been working on a British Bill of Rights, which is now guaranteed to be subject to tinkering.
Justice Secretary Liz Truss has tried to calm Britain s population of non-Eton-educated scrubbers the hell down, by insisting that the government won t break its manifesto pledge of replacing the Human Rights Act with a new British Bill of Rights."We are committed to it, said Truss on BBC Radio 4 s Today show.It is a manifesto pledge.We are looking very closely at the details but we have a manifesto pledge to deliver that."The legislation has been subject to a number of delays, and a according to recent reports, Prime Minister Theresa May isn t so keen on the idea.Michael Gove, who lost his job when May slithered into Dave s old hotseat, had previously been working on a British Bill of Rights, which is now guaranteed to be subject to tinkering.
Former justice secretary Michael Gove will return to The Times as a columnist and book reviewer next month, the newspaper hasA brief in Monday's edition of The Times revealed Gove's return to journalism after his failed bid to become the next BritishThe Leave campaigner is currently a backbench MP after being exiled from government by prime minister Theresa
The UK's Tory government cabinet ministers have reportedly been officially banned from wearing Apple Watches to crucial meetings in case they're compromised by Russian hackers."The Russians are trying to hack everything," one unnamed source told the Telegraph.Apple Watches were said to be popular with several ministers, including former justice secretary and failed leadership candidate Michael Gove, who wore them to cabinet meetings during David Cameron's tenure as prime minister.However, under PM Theresa May—the former home secretary who repeatedly pushed for Britain's spies to have greater surveillance powers—the devices have been summarily banned amid fears that Russian security services could use them to listen in on government business.Cabinet ministers have been banned from bringing smartphones and tablets to meetings since late 2013.It was reported at the time that an iPad used during a presentation by then-cabinet minister Francis "Digital by Default" Maude was removed from the room "even before discussions could begin," and smartphones were placed into "soundproof lead-lined boxes."
British ministers are no longer allowed to use the Apple Watch during regeringssammanträden.Apparently, there is a risk that they may be hacked by Russian spies, reports The Telegraph.Under David Cameron's reign so bar many ministers of smart watches, including Michael Gove, who was attorney general until July 13 of this year.however, This has been changed after Theresa May has taken over.the Ban will be in place when the man is worried that the clocks can be chopped and thus can be used as avlyssningsapparater.According to a source, has, inter alia, stated that the Russians are trying to hack everything .
Smartwatches like the Apple Watch have been banned in UK cabinet meetings over security concernsBritish politicians have reportedly been banned from wearing Apple Watches during official cabinet meetings amid rising fears that foreign hackers may compromise the devices to snoop on sensitive conversations.Under UK prime minister Theresa May, elected ministers have been informed that – like mobile phones – the high-end smartwatches are now considered a security risk.One inside source told The Telegraph: "The Russians are trying to hack everything."In David Cameron's previous administration, several cabinet ministers were seen brandishing smartwatches – including former justice secretary Michael Gove.In one embarrassing incident while he was chief whip, his Pebble device disrupted cabinet proceedings after a clip of a Beyoncé song played out loud.
Government ministers at the top of the UK political ladder have been told they can't wear Apple Watches to top-secret Cabinet meetings amid fears that the devices could be hacked by spies and used as listening devices, The Telegraph reports.The newspaper says that the wearable devices, which were worn by the likes of former Justice Secretary Michael Gove during David
This year s Turner Prize has been awarded to Helen Marten in celebration of her Lunar Nibs and Eucalyptus Let Us In projects – and she intends to share the winnings with her fellow nominees.The £25,000 prize was presented by author Ben Okri at Tate Britain and is the second prize in a month for Marten who recently won the Hepworth Prize for her sculptures.Each of the other shortlisted artists – Michael Dean, Anthea Hamilton and Josephine Pryde – were awarded a prize of £5,000.The Turner Prize was set up to promote debate around contemporary British art.The Prize, established in 1984 by the Patrons of New Art, is given each year to a British artist under fifty for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the twelve months before 28 April 2016.The jury applauded the four nominated artists commitment and the strengths of their diverse artistic practices , in a statement, and gave Marten the award for her outstanding and extraordinary range of materials and form .
US President-elect Donald Trump revealed multiple details about how he uses Twitter in an interview with former British Justice Secretary Michael Gove, of which The Times published a full transcript.Trump doesn't type all of his tweets, according to the interview's transcript, which says: "I have one or two people that do that during the day I'll just dictate something and they'll type it in."And when he officially becomes president, Trump said that he will continue to tweet because of the "dishonest press":"I thought I'd do less of it, but I'm covered so dishonestly by the press ...I can go bing bing bing and I just keep going and they put it on and as soon as I tweet it out ...I find it very accurate ... they can't do much when you tweet it and I'm careful about, it's very precise, actually it's very, very precise — and it comes out breaking news, we have breaking news — ya know, it's funny ..."Trump also said that he will continue to tweet from his existing Twitter account @realDonaldTrump, which currently has 20 million followers: "I'll keep it .so I've got 46 million people right now — that's a lot, that's really a lot — but 46 million — including Facebook, Twitter and ya know, Instagram so when you think that your 46 million there, I'd rather just let that build up and just keep it @realDonaldTrump, it's working."Despite the fact that he said he tweets from numerous phones, Trump denied that anyone else has access to his Twitter account, including his chief strategist and former CEO of Trump's campaign Steve Bannon.
So there’s a new dating app, called Hater, which allows people to bond over their pet hates.We all have those things about, which our opinions are best summed up as meh.I mean, when you get a really animated conversation going among a couple, a group of friends or on a workplace tea break, you can probably put money on it that the chat has turned to mutual antipathy.The match on Hater which leads to the meet-up where, over coffee or a glass of wine, you get carried away with those mutual pet hates, your pupils dilated with that shared adrenaline surge.I’m going to try it.Foul-smelling, foul-breath-promoting, pungent and it makes me sick if even the tiniest little bit of it gets into what I eat.
Catch up with all the news and gossip from the penultimate day of Advertising Week Europe 2017.Watch the video above to find out…What happened when Michael Gove came to Ad Week (spoiler: not much)How Twitch plans to win new business with a little help from PacmanAnd what happened when Take That's Gary Barlow met Facebook’s Nicola MendelsohnCatch up with all the news from AWEurope 2017 here.
It was orange, the Citroën C3, zingy orange with its signature air bumps – bobbly side-panels, presumably in some part made of air – carved in black, so obviously I jumped straight in, and before I knew it I was on the M25 in the dark, rain driving towards my windscreen like pellets.It was the wrong time to find out that the wipers were a little lackadaisical, like twin teenagers who said they wanted to clean your car but really just wanted a fiver.Then you can have another, and another, and when it starts to show, you can replace your panels at far less expense than bashing back the bodywork.So the obvious question is: how many times do you intend to crash this car?Because in my experience – and this is anecdata worthless to anyone but Michael Gove – it’s quite rare to go into the side of someone.And I can tell you from the one time I did it – in a Vauxhall Mokka, into a hairdresser who needs her car for work – that people don’t like it.
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