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Jane Williams

What actually is impeachment?

The process of impeachment has its origins deep in English Common Law, and was adopted by the authors of the U.S. constitution as a mechanism to oust wayward officials, including presidents.  Section 4 of Article 2 states “The President, Vice President and all civil Officers shall be removed from office on Impeachment for, and on Conviction of Treason, Bribery or other high Crimes and Misdemeanours”.

Michael de la Pole, 1st Earl of Suffolk, a 14th Century English nobleman was the first recorded official to be impeached and thrown out of office for “high crimes and misdemeanours”.  De la Pole’s high crime?  As the king’s chancellor he had failed to pay a ransom for the town of Ghent in 1836, which subsequently fell to the French.

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Ed Sheeran Settles “Amazing” Plagiarism Claims

Despite writing so many hits for others that purportedly he cannot remember them all, for Ed Sheeran it was thirty nine notes he kept for himself that he might like to forget.

The singer has recently settled a $21 million claim alleging that he copied his 2014 single “Photograph” “note for note” from a song from X Factor winner Matt Cardle.  The songwriters behind “Amazing” released in 2014 said that the chorus’ shared thirty identical notes.

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