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Plush to replace Purple Turtle at Union venue

first_imgPlush is to replace Purple Turtle at the Oxford Union’s venue at Frewin Court from January 2019.A spokesperson for the club said in a statement: “The final night at The Jam Factory site will be Monday, 31st December 2018.“Plush is delighted that the new venue will offer long-term stability in providing an ongoing safe space for the LGBTQ+ community within central Oxford.”The club is currently based at Park End Street.It was disclosed in October that the club faced imminent closure after the venue’s owner, Nuffield College, said it was considering redeveloping the site.Last Saturday was Purple Turtle’s final night at Frewin Court. Over 100 people were seen queuing outside to gain access to the club by 10.45pm. The owner of Purple Turtle, Danny Fraifeld, has stressed to Cherwell that Purple Turtle will continue and that they are looking at new venues to house the club in the future.He said in a statement: “After all it’s never been the building that makes the Turtle, it’s the Turtle that makes the building.”last_img read more

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Robert Kraft rejecting prosecutors’ offer to drop solicitation charges, report says

first_imgIt’s unclear if the plea deal will be accepted by Kraft or any of the other 24 men who were arrested, the Palm Beach Post noted. According to court records, several of the men — including Kraft — have court appearances scheduled for next week.Palm Beach-based attorney Jack A. Goldberger pleaded not guilty on behalf of Kraft on Feb. 28 and requested he receive a non-jury trial.Kraft initially was scheduled to be appear in court April 24, but his arraignment has been moved up to March 27. Kraft, 77, was charged with two counts of soliciting a prostitute at a Jupiter, Florida, massage parlor as part of a larger sting operation in Palm Beach County.Charging affidavits claim that investigators have video of a man identified as Kraft paying for and involved in sex acts during two visits to the Orchids of Asia Day Spa on consecutive days in January, including one on the day of the Patriots’ AFC championship game against the Chiefs in Kansas City. Florida prosecutors have offered to drop charges against Patriots owner Robert Kraft and a number of other men charged with soliciting prostitution in Palm Beach County, according to the Wall Street Journal, which cited an unidentified person familiar with the matter.However, the reported offer comes with a catch: The men must admit they would have been found guilty had their cases gone to trial. Patriots chaplain resigns amid Robert Kraft scandal, report sayscenter_img “The proposed deferred prosecution agreement calls for completion of an education course about prostitution, completion of 100 hours of community service, screening for sexually transmitted diseases and payment of some court costs,” the Journal reported.However, Kraft apparently isn’t willing to take the deal. According to CNN, Kraft and his legal team will reject the offer, meaning they will take their chances if the case goes to trial. Related News Robert Kraft charges spark petition to remove Gillette name from Patriots’ stadiumlast_img read more

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