‘Me Too’ has gone ‘too far’

The Press and Journal (Moray) - - NEWS -

Me­lanie Sykes has said she is wor­ried the Me Too move­ment might have gone “too far”.

The TV pre­sen­ter said she fears the dis­tinc­tion is be­ing blurred between be­ing ad­mir­ing of a wo­man and cross­ing the line.

She told the Sun On Sun­day’s Fab­u­lous mag­a­zine: “If a man can’t even say you look nice any more, I think that’s ridicu­lous.”

Full range of man­agers

Com­pany man­agers range from kind­hearted to driv­ing work­ers to leave their job, re­search re­veals.

Half said their man­ager had gone “above and be­yond”, such as pay­ing for hol­i­day or al­low­ing staff to take time off.

But a sim­i­lar num­ber said they had quit be­cause of a bad man­ager.

Teen ar­rested after death

A 14-year-old has been ar­rested on sus­pi­cion of mur­der in Mil­ton Keynes after a man died fol­low­ing an as­sault.

The vic­tim, 29, sus­tained in­juries dur­ing an al­ter­ca­tion between a group of males at 10.20pm on Satur­day, Thames Val­ley Po­lice said.

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