"I won't be throwing fish anywhere."
""It was a case like that. It opened like this. And the money was inside.""
"The world is paying little attention to a crisis which has a similar impact to an earthquake or a cyclone but without the accompanying images of destruction and violence."
Producer, Aid Zone
""Our investigation did not show at this time there were significant signs of the vehicle slowing down.""
Sgt. Ronald Elcock
Tempe Police Department
"Facebook needs to fundamentally reconsider its business model and also the checks and balances it has in place to deal with the political complexity of what goes on within their platform."
Data Scientist, Tactical Tech
"“It was a case like that. It opened like this. And the money was inside.”"
""I sit opposite another local radio presenter who does the same job as me in a 'double header'. As a permanent member of staff he gets £4,000 more, 5 weeks holiday, pension and sick pay. He is male.""
Anonymous BBC Presenter
Published evidence to the UK DCMS Select Committee
"“It’s a farce. It’s 15 days later and they take the first car away. It was the first car they were in in this country and it’s the last car the police have taken away.""
Son of Ross Cassidy, car owner
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