- What's your name and what do you do?
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In the past, we've had everything from Watergate to Gamergate. The most recent addiction to the gate collection is Piegate.
A footballer named Wayne Shaw was filmed at a recent game eating a pie, which is normal enough. However, the next day, information came to light which explained that other people often tell him what to do on camera in order for them to win a bet. This is because footballers themselves are not allowed to bet on games.
When interviewed on Good Morning Britain, Wayne admitted that the information about the betting was true, but he doesn't see what's wrong with it. He's also admitted that he gains money from doing this saying it helps his salary.
While many agree with Wayne, many on social media feel it's deceiving and not fair on bookies to cheat the system so to speak.
Q) Do you see anything wrong with this?
Q) Do you think footballers often get away with breaking rules, policies and even laws?
Milo Yiannopoulos, who is a popular journalist, has announced that he's resigning from Breitbart immediately; Breitbart being the media outlet that he's worked for during the last two years.
While Milo often gives strong, controversial, opinions he may have gone too far recently when he said that he believes it is okay for some under-aged boys to have a sexual relationship with older men, if those boys are sexually mature enough.
Q) How do you feel about that?
As soon as the media found out about this they were quick to state that Milo supports pedophilia, but nowhere does he say this and he also denied this last night in a press conference.
Q) There's a lot of fake news at the moment. Do you think it should be illegal for the media to knowingly publish lies?
Source: The Guardian
New legislation is being discussed which will stop thousands of UK citizens from being able to bring their foreign spouses into the UK to live with them.
The new rule states that one partner must earn £18,600 or more before a husband or wife from outside the European Economic Area can settle in the UK.
Q) Do you agree with this?
Q) Do you think Theresa is taking inspiration from Trump for this type of legislation?
Source: BBC News