Weekly Round Up (Edition:1)
This is my first edition of WRU, so unfortunately, its not as interesting as I hope future editions will be. Weekly Round Up will showcase, the quirky, overshadowed and funny (in no particular order). So let’s begin!
The first story I’m going to talking about is the turning down of the final appeal of the sexual assualt battle concerning Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, The Supreme Court turned down the appeal with a 5-2 majority vote, Mr Assange, couldn’t turn up to the hearing as he was stuck in Traffic. This happened 30th May and Assange has 14 days to appeal the decision, if after 14 days, nothing has been done. Assange will face extradition to Sweden for further questioning.
Richard Nicholls unveiled his ‘unconventional bride gowns’ in Topshop this week. To me there is nothing unconventional about them, they look just like any bride gown you would have seen in the 60’s. They don’t even look as nice, they are mostly shift dresses, cut just above the knee, with a bit of lace chucked on the top.
The largest Porbeagle shark was caught off the coast of Cornwall. Porbeagle’s although related to the Great White poses no threat to humans, at 10ft long and weighing just over 250kgs, the fishermen kept the fishy alive, after they deemed it unethical to kill the fish that made the record! I agree with that decision, I don’t agree with killing Sharks, full stop unless they have tasted Human blood, and if the (not so) little fella is no harm to us, then he deserves to live on!
That’s all for now!