Woman on train gets 'strange' note from man - asking her to wait ten seconds before opening it
She says it's part of the 'cumulative effect incidents like this have on women every day
After he left she noticed a note on the table, with "count to ten then open" written on the front.
It read: "You should smile even if the world is getting you down. A face as pretty as yours was not made to frown."
Mother-of-one, 26, beaten up after Brexit meeting 'was attacked for being Labour supporter'
A woman who was kicked in the head and needed stitches believes she was the victim of a 'political attack.'
Mother-of-one Jade Unal and her mother were cornered by thugs at a working men's club in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.
Furious protesters are removed from the steps of the Supreme Court after banging on the door while Kavanaugh was being sworn in, hours after interrupting his Senate confirmation hearing – but Trump laughs off their ‘tiny’ gathering
A large crowd of protesters gathered on the steps of the US Supreme Court and banged on its doors while Judge Brett Kavanaugh was being sworn in as a justice on Saturday evening.
The demonstrators went up the steps of the Supreme Court holding signs and chanting, 'we believe survivors' and 'hey hey, ho ho, Kavanaugh has got to go.'
Officers are blocking the doors to the court and are face to face with the protesters.
Partying MPs told off after cleaners find used condoms and vomit in their Westminster offices
Partying MPs face strict new rules about their behaviour after cleaners complained of finding used condoms and vomit in their Westminster offices.
Disgusted cleaners are sick of being forced to clear up after partying members and staff, it has been reported.
Commons authorities are now considering introducing a “service agreement” about the appropriate use of workspaces in the Houses of Parliament, according to the Sunday Times.
Remoaners to march thousands of dogs on Parliament for 'Wooferendum'
A bizarre PR stunt is to be made by Remoaners on Sunday, who claim up to 5,000 dogs will be taken to Parliament in the latest crackers attempt to stop Brexit.
In what is being called a ‘Wooferendum’, hardcore Remain supporters believe using dogs as a protest to Brexit will help achieve a second EU vote.
The organiser of the march, Daniel Elkan, has said: “It might seem barking mad – but it’s not as mad as Brexit.”
Far left Minister admits a civil war could be near in France as he fears the future
Gerard Collomb, France’s leaving Minister of the Interior, warned in his farewell speech of the critical situation in the country’s suburbs.
“I went to all difficult suburbs, the situation there is very degraded (…) today, we live next to each other, and I’ve always said it, I fear that tomorrow we’ll have to live face to face,” the leaving minister said.
Collomb is a member of the Socialist Party and very “minorities friendly”. For him to basically announce the possibility of a civil war means that something terrible must be going on.