BBC News 24
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I'm worried we'll fall for his reasonable behaviour now. TRANSLATION: His party addresses basic fears, which are the result of recent failures of mainstream politics. But instead of helping people, they are the wolves trying to prey on the week members of the herd.
ITV
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.. Zac one it and sack lost it. -- won. It was a seat that has never been held by us. When Zac owon it was about freshfaced, equal friendly. -- won. What is the nasty campaign? This was a constituency that voted to remain and he was clearly Brexit. That was that I knew.
Sky News
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-- lift that immortalized in statues that and monuments following his death last week - saying it was his dying wish to avoid a personality cult. Following a four day procession across Cuba, the ashes of the former leader have arrived in Santiago, where his 1959 revolution began.
BBC News 24
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MUSIC. There is something melancholy about Eisenstadt this Christmas. The town is torn over the country's future. Its music students are fearful of what a new far right president might mean for Austria and for the world. TRANSLATION: Mr Hofer acts as reasonable and very nice but he has got a strict issue on excluding other cultures.
Sky News
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At whether or not anyone is going to follow suit alleged that confidentiality agreement I don't know, but I would strongly suspect that there are other clubs who have done the same thing and are probably at the moment panicking and trying to make a decision as to whether or not they are going to let that.
ITV
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But first, getting croissant crumbs everywhere, it's Labour's Ed Balls and the Tories' Sayeeda Warsi. What a diet. There was a mini earthquake in south London at the end of the week. The by-election for the Lib Dems. If I could just ask you. the Lib Dems. If I could just ask you... How much do you think it years, the Conservatives.
KyivPost
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Syrian rebel groups have told the United States they will not leave Aleppo after Moscow called for talks with Washington over a full withdrawal of rebel fighters from the city's besieged eastern districts, a rebel official said on Sunday. Read more here The post Reuters: Syrian rebels tell U.S. they won't leave Aleppo appeared first on KyivPost .
BBC News 24
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In Austria, people are voting in a re-run of the presidential election, which the far right have high hopes of winning. The opinion polls suggest the result is too close to call. Our correspondent Jenny Hill has been to the eastern town of Eisenstadt to find out why Austria is so deeply divided between the far-right candidate and his liberal opponent.
Sky News
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Chelsea Football Club has apologised to former striker Gary Johnson, over his treatment as a youth team player. The club had originally used a confidentiality clause to ensure Mr Johnson didn't go public with allegations of sexual abuse - but they reversed the decision last week. A lawyer representing some of the victims told Sky News that Chelsea may not have been the only club to have used the legal device.
ITV
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It's at this point political journalists point you to the latest Italian polling. And I will. "No" is comfortably ahead. Except... that poll is two weeks old. The Italians have a polling black out before elections. I'm not one of those journalists who think polls are passed it. I am still a fan. But the Italian blackout probably means pollsters over there are the only ones ending 2016 without egg on their face, Robert. Coming up - BT's chairman, Sir Mike Rake and the Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson.
Daily Express - Sports
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ANTHONY MARTIAL'S parents have moved in with the Manchester United forward to save his Old Trafford career, according to reports.
Forbes
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It's unlikely that a $7 million state tax reduction impressed anyone at Carrier. The country needs to find ways to sustain and add jobs without having to write checks to corporations.
The Cornishman
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Everyone seems to be getting in the Christmas spirit this weekend, so what better prize for day four of our Countdown to Christmas with Cornwall Live that your very own real Christmas tree, worth up to £50. Wyevale Garden Centre in Lelant are giving away a tree from their fabulous collection of real Christmas trees that will provide the perfect centrepiece for any home. It's the fourth prize in our Countdown to Christmas competition running throughout December in conjunction with some...
Washington Free Beacon
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Health care spending in the United States grew 5.8 percent in 2015, hitting a record high of $3.2 trillion, according to the latest estimates from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Last year, health care spending in the United States totaled $3 trillion —or $9,523 a person. This year, per-person expenditures went up to $9,990. The faster growth in 2014 and 2015 occurred as the Affordable Care Act expanded health insurance coverage for individuals through Marketplace health insurance plans and the Medicaid program, the report said . The federal government is the biggest driver of health care spending and in 2015, 29 percent of the nation's health care bill was due to the feds. Federal government spending on health increased 8.9 percent in 2015 after growing 11.0 percent in 2014, and outpaced all other sponsors of health care in both years, the report said.
Washington Free Beacon
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It is one of the simplest, yet most horrifying forms of punishment one can imagine: throw a prisoner into a dark, empty cell, lock the door, provide no food or water, and leave them to die. Auschwitz's notorious Block 11–known appropriately as the death block, and full of starvation cells–was meant to punish prisoners with torture. It is hard to imagine being put in the Suffocation Room, designed to make individuals suffocate from lack of air, or the standing cells, tiny areas less than a square yard in which four people would be held and sitting was impossible. They would stay like that for days, leaving the cells to work a full day of hard labor only to return at night and be forced to stand. Many would die of exhaustion in the holdings, each of which had one tiny opening to let enough air in to prevent the prisoners from suffocating.
Liverpool Echo
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ITV
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In Austria, a re-run of the presidential election that might give the EU its first right far right leader. Over in Italy there's a referendum that could end president Renzi and trigger a referendum on the euro - maybe as big as Brexit.
Sky News
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Dangerous drivers who kill people whilst behind the wheel could face a lifetime in prison under new plans. Currently the maximum prison sentence for causing death by dangerous driving or careless driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is 14 years. However the average custodial sentence handed down for these offences in 2015 was just under four years.
BBC News 24
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Many voters have yet to make up their minds. The results will define the shape of this, Italy's parliament. A win for yes will give more powers to Matteo Renzi. A victory for no may bring in another period of uncertainty, both for Italy and the EU.
The Cornishman
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Libby Pentreath, who has been co-ordinating the Refugee Aid Pop Up Shop on Market Jew Street, is one of many people fighting to prove that Cornwall cares about those caught up in the European refugee crisis. We really want to prove that even down here in Cornwall people care for those caught up in the crisis and want to do anything we can to help, she said.Yes there's always negative comments, we even have people come into the shop with negativity but we often find that after...
The Sun Daily - World News
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MOSCOW: President Vladimir Putin in an interview aired Sunday called US President-elect Donald Trump intelligent and predicted he would quickly grasp his new level of responsibility and act accordingly. "Since he managed to achieve success in business, that shows he is a clever person," the Russian strongman said in an interview with NTV television that has already aired in the country's far east, quoted by TASS news agency. "If he's clever, that means he will fully and quite quickly grasp a different level of responsibility." Putin said that Russia "expects that he will act precisely on this basis". The Kremlin said last month that the two men agreed, in their first phone call after Trump's election win in November, on the need to "normalise" Russia-US relations. Putin on Thursday reiterated Moscow's readiness to work with Trump's administration once the president-elect takes office in January.
The Sun Daily
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The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: If the opposition pact wins the 14th general election (GE14) and get the people's mandate to form a government, it will definitely be dominated by DAP, regardless of who becomes the Prime Minister. This, according to several Umno leaders, is because DAP is the strongest party in the opposition pact and that it does not require much help and support from other parties to win a seat in any elections, as compared to its allies, PKR and Amanah, which can hardly win without DAP. If Umno is strong in Malay-dominant areas, DAP is simply strong in Chinese-dominant constituencies, according to the Umno leaders. The 12th general election (GE12) in 2008 and the 13th general election (GE13) in 2013 each witnessed a very tough competition between Umno and DAP. In the GE12 Umno won 78 parliamentary seats, while DAP took 28, while in the GE13, Umno secured 88 seats and DAP 38.
The Cornishman
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Cornwall Council is being taken to the High Court for the second time, a little over a year since it lost another similar case. The new legal action has been taken by a campaign group fighting to prevent the reopening of a quarry near St Keverne on the Lizard peninsula. The group Cornwall Against Dean Super-quarry is fighting plans by Shire Oak Quarries to take millions of tonnes of rock to build the breakwater for a renewable energy tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay. They are now taking a...