Well its only week 345 of the general election, and my blisters have got blisters on, but not on my feet, oh no, nothing so comfy, they're on my ears from hearing the phrase 'Strong and stable' ad nauseum, (When in fact the words "Piss-poor" and "Deranged" would surely be more applicable. Theresa May is as strong and stable as Tim Farron's flowing fringe. The main story of the week
Finally after what has been what appears to be decades of injustice, a US judge has ordered the immediate release of Brendan Dassey, the nephew of Steven Avery. Mr. Avery is still hopeful that his legal team will be able to clear him with the use of DNA evidence.
Russian YouTube vlogger Ruslan Sokolovsky faces up to 5 years in prison for playing Pokemon Go in church. After recording and posting the hunt online to his 300,000 followers, he was visited by the law and has been accused of "offending religious sensibilities". To be fair, the Russian government did issue a warning to its citizens first.
Five members of Cuba's national volleyball team have been convicted of raping a Finnish woman during a World League tournament in Tampere.Four of the men, including the captain, were given five-year jail sentences while a fifth is facing a term of three and a half years.The court ruled they were guilty of aggravated rape and also ordered the men to pay €24,000 in compensation to the victim. Isn't there a