The Guardian

The Guardian 10 Oct 2019

'He said: "I'd break the law for you." I was 13': calling time on street harassment

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Rape threats, racist slurs, being followed home, just some of the things that women and girls are subjected to on a daily basis. But there is a growing generation of young women who are no longer prepared to put up with it and have launched a campaign to make street harassment illegal. On-the-spot fines were introduced in France in 2018, but could it make a difference in the UK?


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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is reported to be out of intensive care at St. Thomas hospital where he's been cared for since Monday.  A spokesperson from Downing Street said the prime minister is back on a ward where he's being closely monitored.  The death toll continues to rise in the United States with more than 16, 000 deaths. The epicenter, New York state, reported its single worst day on Wednesday with 799 deaths. And, 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits, bringing the total number of claims to more than 16 million. Economists say the US unemployment rate is now 13%, the worst since the Great Depression.

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To discuss this:

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Russ Altman is a Professor of Bioengineering, Genetics, Medicine and Biomedical Data Science at Stanford University.
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