BBC News 24
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Politically hereat the assembly the First Minister has a problem, he has called for full and unfettered access to the single market. Today's announcement won't make it any easier. He knows that.
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TechCrunch
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There have been rumors for a while about Twitter preparing to retire its commerce operation. Now it looks like the company has finally started to wind down its partnerships in confirmation of that fact. Customers of e-commerce platform Shopify are receiving notices informing them that the Twitter sales channel is getting shut down as a result of the Twitter team pivoting way from Read More
Sputnik International
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Almost the entire eastern part of the Iraqi city of Mosul has been cleared from Daesh terror group, Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman John Dorrian said in a press briefing.
BBC Parliament
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Philip Hammond. Well, let's stay with Brexit because later in the Commons, MPs debated the impact of leaving the EU on the rural economy. The National Farmers Union says UK farmers' contribution to the economy grew to almost £10 billion in 2014.
BBC Two England
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She was building a life in prison and in the process of transitioning to a woman which is what she had wanted for a long time. I was struck by how good she was but I spent probably hundreds of hours since with her on the telephone and in the past 12 or 16 months her mental state and condition had deteriorated significantly.
Fast Company
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BBC Parliament
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What she's setting out is a broad-based offer for future collaboration in trade and investment, insecurity, an education, in technical and scientific collaboration, and many other areas. We want to remain engaged with the European Union, and I'm confident that the approach the Prime Minister is setting up today will allow us successfully negotiate a future relationship with the European Union.
BBC News 24
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She said the common travel area would be retained. But questions remain and one question is this, the UK wants to limit and control immigration from the EU, but how Wales and still reliant on exports to the EU.
Daily Express - Manchester United F.C
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MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly keen to activate Zlatan Ibrahimovic's contract and keep him on for two more years.
BBC Parliament
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..? I appeal to the Chancellor, he has the opportunity then to reconsider his cuts to in-work benefits and, in the Budget in March, withdraw them in full. No, Mr Speaker. What the Prime Minister is setting up today is ambitious agenda for a Britain engaged with the world, and a Britain engaged with the European Union.
BBC Two England
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Born Bradley Manning, she will be freed on 17 May instead of her scheduled release in 2045. Quite a difference. The leak was one of the largest breaches of classified material in US history. I'm joined via Skype now by Glenn Greenwald, the journalist and campaigner who has met Chelsea Manning when she's been in prison. What state was she in when you saw? I solve it in 2014 and her spirits were quite good.
BBC News 24
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Northern Ireland is most exposed to the fallout from Brexit because it shares a land border with the Irish Republic. Theresa May was quick today to say there would be no return to the borders of the past.
The Washington Times - Baseball
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ANALYSIS/OPINION There are now two seasons in Washington sports the Pay-Kirk-Cousins season and the Pay-Bryce-Harper season. There is much overlap, of course. All season, every Redskins game was a referendum on whether or not the Washington Redskins should sign Cousins to a long-term contract. Now come the off-season debates ...
BBC Parliament
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We will be cutting ourselves off from one of the largest markets on the entire planet, threatening jobs and public finances. This is not a clean Brexit, it is an extremely messy Brexit, with the consequences we already see in terms of the rise of the rate of inflation. Now, with real living standards squeezed by this policy announcement so far, isn't it time.
Slate
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Why not you?: In a rousing call to action , Osita Nwanevu asks all those who would oppose Trumpismespecially young people, who are still settling on their career paths—to run for office. Here are Nwanevu's four interviews with first-time candidates who recently did so successfully and an extra bit of persuasion for female candidates from Christina Cauterucci.
BBC News 24
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That could only happen if the Prime Minister and the UK Government agrees with it. She says she doesn't think Theresa May is giving the proposals serious consideration and that is why she said she thinks Even though a majority don't favour independence she thinks the prospect of a second vote is more likely.
BBC Two England
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The media will howl, the political establishment will squeal. But they will have been rendered impotent and irrelevant by Trump's Machiavellian Blitzkrieg. It will be a delicious spectacle. The media will howl, the political establishment will squeal. But they will have been rendered impotent and irrelevant by Trump's Machiavellian Blitzkrieg. It will be a delicious spectacle..
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Tue, 01/17/2017 - 23:02 Vauxhall’s Nissan Juke and Peugeot 2008 rival has a “Tardis-like” interior and is likely to be two-wheel drive only
BBC News 24
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The First Minister said it's clear that the UK is heading for a hard Brexit, which they she thinks will be economically catastrophic and will not allow Scotland to be stem rollered down a path it didn't vote for. At the end of last year, the First Minister put together a paper outlining you how she thinks Scotland could stay in the single market even if the UK leaves.
Daily Mail - India
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A Facebook post by an NGO concerning the plight of a seven-year-old Labrador, Bruno, helped unite the missing dog with its owner.
BBC Parliament
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We've heard very clearly the views and the political red lines Recognising the political red lines of our European Union partners. If we don't recognise them, frankly, we are banging our heads against a brick wall. They have to recognise our political red lines, we have to recognise theirs. Then we have to work together to find pragmatic solutions that works for all the people of the UK within those red lines. That is what we're doing. What we now know from what the Prime Minister's saying now, she is intent on pulling up the drawbridge, leaving the single market and possibly the customs union.
BBC Two England
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He should endorse the Keystone pipeline, embrace fracking, and rescind the punitive regulation on coal. Obamacare, he said a few days back, has been a catastrophic event that must be repealed, probably sometime next week. And replaced very quickly, or simultaneously. All of this should be announced in the course of his inauguration speech, or immediately afterwards.