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LEISURE
THIS WEEK

Pedophilia Allegations Against Former UK Premier Edward Heath

Wiltshire chief constable Mike Veale believes the allegations as “totally convincing”, and he plans to publish a report in June. The Wiltshire police has been carrying out a largescale probe into allegations made against Sir Edward and has identified more than 30 alleged victims, the report said. However, the allegations that Sir Edward was involved in satanic orgies have been dismissed as fantasy by an expert asked to review the case. The allegations were also said to be ludicrous because Sir Edward did not have a car and used a driver to get to wherever he went. But detectives have established, citing photographic evidence, that he did have a car as well as a driving license, and did drive.

Lincoln, Washington, Roosevelt Ranked Top 3 US Presidents

Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Franklin D Roosevelt were ranked as the top three US presidents in history respectively, while Barack Obama entered the rankings in the 12th spot, based on a survey of historians released on February 17. Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower rounded out the top five of 43 presidents in US history, a survey of historians’ rankings of presidential leadership found. It was the third such survey released by the C-SPAN television network ahead of the Presidents Day weekend. Andrew Johnson, Franklin Pierce and James Buchanan were ranked as the worst presidents in U.S. history, even lower than William Henry Harrison, who served for only one month.

Harrison Ford’s Plane Narrowly Avoids Collision with Passenger Airliner

Hollywood star Harrison Ford was involved in a nearmiss at a California airport as he was piloting his private plane, officials and US media said on February 14.Ford, a seasoned pilot and vintage plane collector, was approaching John Wayne Airport in Orange County, when he headed towards a taxiway rather than the runway, passing over a Boeing 737 with 110 passengers and six crewmembers. The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) said it did not identify people involved in air incidents but confirmed it was investigating what had caused the misunderstanding.

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