According to the U.K.'s Daily Mail, striking teachers are responsible for the branch that fell on a teenager who was relaxing in a park that day instead of being in class. The headline was even on its homepage earlier today.
Update: Charlie Brooker points out that a tweet attributed by the story to an "angry parent"—"she should have been safe at school"—is not to be found by Twitter's search engine. Update: Found! It's someone who says they're a police officer and a parent of one of the victim's friends: "If the frigging teachers weren't on strike she would have been safe in school."
The text of the proposed legislation has not been released.
“YouTube is disabling all comments on videos featuring young children as it attempts to head off an organised ring of paedophiles who were using its site to trade clips of young girls in states of undress,” says the Guardian’s Alex Hern.
The company says 190 employees in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale, CA will lose their jobs.
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