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and then that will never go back inside detectives of Launceston murder investigation under appealing for witnesses to contact them detectives have been granted more time to question a 42 year old man about the murders of two pensioners in Portadown on Friday Michael and Marjorie cordrey but who were both ec3a believed to been found stabbed to death at her home in Upper Ramone Park 27 year old man's expected to appear in court today charged with attempted murder after a man was seriously injured in a stabbing in Antrim on Saturday morning it happened in Rathmore Gardens the man's been charged with actual bodily harm common assault and possessing an offensive weapon British Airways is 15 questions of the catastrophic failure of its computer system and how it handle the follow the airline says it's me.
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the man who was shot in a supermarket car park in Bangor yesterday as a brutal senseless and horrendous killing 35 year old Colin Horner was shot dead in front of the sun in balloo link at around 15 he was a friend of Loyalist Geordie Gilmore who was killed as part of a paramilitary feud in March detectives have been granted more time to question a 40 year old man about the murders of two pensioners in Portadown on Friday Michael and modric ordering we were both DT3 I believed to have been found stabbed to death at their home in Opera Moorpark a 27 year old man expected to appear in court today charged with attempted murder after a man was seriously injured in a stabbing in Antrim on Saturday morning it's happened in Rathmore Gardens a man's been charged with actual bodily harm common assault and possessing an offensive way.
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interlink at around 15 he was a friend of Loyalist Geordie Gilmore who was killed as part of paramilitary feud in March which is Morgan has more details because of work was busy with shoppers when a gunman opened fire its reported that a number of shots were fired paramedics perform CPR on the victim for around 45 minutes he was taken to hospital reviews pronounced dead Stuart Kerr was working in the supermarket at the time we went at the front and there is confusion really is no one knew what was up with in the one you what has happened and then through the root word of someone getting shot and then that's whenever we were brought back inside detective some launch the murder investigation under appealing for witnesses to contact them detective something granted more time to question of.
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millions of euros and this is in a country which really has no football Foundation or base at all they're very very few kids play with a very few pictures available and there's no real football culture in the country such as release of come to football from the back to front perspective a launching football with a premier league of Super League and Topps Tiles without any of the emperor structure and culture that we perhaps take for granted in places like the UK president Xi Jinping really wants to change that he's a big football fan isn't he that's right yeah I mean it he is the driver of this whole football reform.
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Dunblane landlord so far as a human being religious for dignity with call but couldn't stop it that the queen is a human being we need authority to put the barrier of the power off and furnace and state agent we need to consider local businesses and community as we are Next Door cafe I'm going to continue button same time I got a granted for cheaper and because we put a lot of energy and love and money of course beautiful design as your college so today but three years for a half years I'm going to face the same you sure if I thought if he doesn't interfere with all landlord absolutely have.
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it will be followed by celebrities Graham Norton is on Saturdays lineup and plenty of serious writers to and despite the remote location the star names keep coming back granted they come with books to sell so what does the audience get out of it writers have the ability to phrase things differently to let you go I get no apps but when you're dealing with people who have to think of communicate that it's a refreshing depression way this year of all the years in the context of the election to look at somebody's big political ideas to look at the NHS to look at our place in Europe and say what we forgot The Politician's think now let's hear what lots of other experts think from industry from coach of Bayern because you need to.
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and on the seventh and Burns and his brother injuries as well um would probably have a long-haul ahead of us and we'll wait quietly custard hope I will week and against granted we hope that she pulled through long long hair and it was a tough time is it in the family infinity roundabout am so I would we just say waiting and hope and then obviously was very worried as well about to a lemur clothes um it was also have friends over there was weather at the concert.
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I like many people spend a lot of time listening and watching for updates and for the analysis even if you're not a Believer the switch that off and spend half an hour and quiet contemplation and I'm in with the in must affect you on the outside because lots of comfort inside we need courage on the outside because you have to go beyond the turning up for a bit like in a candle what are we going to do about it um people that people are upset people so angry how do we travel at constructively and the carriages that yet we have to wait peace deliberately left a Ford friendship we have to make sure that we don't take for granted the way that that Society once but that actually we do love our neighbours as ourselves for use more God stuff but that doesn't happen just by passing people in the street.
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things imagine a world without a face fix numbers and moving hands without a clock will we have ever had accurate time Imagine shopping without a series of short black lines printed on every product without the barcode how could superstores function this evening from robots to flat pack furniture for disposable razor blade to come there are many things we take for granted that have far-reaching effects on the model account without them being different and Tim Harford join me hotels in 250 inventions ideas and Innovations which helped create the economic world we live in 50 things that made the modern economy Mr Bean.
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short black lines printed on every product without the barcode how could superstores function from Robot the flat pack furniture for disposable razor blade to come there are many things we take for granted have had far reaching effects on the model account without them define Tim Harford join me in 250 inventions ideas and Innovations which helped create the economic world we live in things that made the modern economy BBC World Service the sky to the podcast coming up in the next half hour live in Asia with the Roundup of news.
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in other news police investigating the death of a girl in the plant drugs related incident in Portadown on Saturday night for a continuing to question a 17 year old boy of 19 year old man arrested last night 15 old hits and bites from Donegal died in hospital shortly after she was found unconscious by police in woodland the families of 11 people who died of ballymurphy Belfast 46 years ago where to start civil proceedings against the Ministry of Defence 10 of them were shot dead by the army and 11 person died of a heart attack after a Confrontation involving a soldier it becomes less than a fortnight after a full inquest was granted into the killings don't take his father died explains why the families of taking civil proceedings from the Civil case of the Year, could be the day that I claim responsibility for the actions that was carried notes 1971 so that's another way of.
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can I buy the competition and markets authority of the competition and markets authority is opened an investigation into this plan is 11 billion lb merger of the Scottish firms which will create the UK's biggest Asset Managers regulated said it wanted to determine if the deal with result in a substantial lessening of competition in a statement yesterday Standard Life said that this was one of a number of regulatory and antitrust approvals being thoughts as part of the merger processed and this approval for the merger has already been granted by competition authorities in the US and in Germany what happens next with general meeting has been scheduled for June from shareholders will be asked to approve this magic sand the two firms want to conclude the deal by mid August and also making the headlines in the business pages was the stresa just mentioned tea leaf financial.
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I've been trying to reach the last minute settlement in the keys and yesterday the adjournment which was agreed by the claimants and defendants with granted at a brief hearing by Mr Justice hildyard he was told by Jonathan Nash QC for the shareholders that that the parties are currently involved in settlement discussions and I hope full of making progress on that basis we have agreed that the start of the trial should be deferred by 24 hours until 10:30 tomorrow so that's 10:30 this morning he lead the cases being heard by a high court judge without a duty and it's due to involved in a meaning 9000 individuals and he institutions and if it does go ahead it's expected to last 14 weeks ok Laura and the planned merger between standard life and Aberdeen Asset Management is so Bingley.
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point of time I see people have appeared at Cwmbran Magistrates Courts accused of Conspiracy to defraud car insurance companies defendants accused of conspiring to submit false claims about car accidents and injuries he suffered the defendants have been granted bail and I due to appear at Newport Crown Court at the end of June legal action brought by 9000 vestas against Royal Bank of Scotland has been adjourned for 24 hours investors say they were misled over the banks financial health in the run up to its near collapse in 2008 that has been tried to reach the last minute settlements Neil Mitchell is among those sewing RBS they really don't want the Stroud to take place because they don't want to claim to be pursued because they don't want 14 weeks of cross examination and whatever might come out in in for the disclosure and they also do not the spotlight back on the bank um.
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the Theresa Mays plans for changes to the English system have threatens to derail her whole election campaign today in Wrexham a seat the Tories hope to gain on June 8th she said they'd be a cap on the total amount people in England have to pay she also said labour in Wales and taking the electric for granted for decades that suggested the Welsh government currently run by labour could take on more powers after Britain leaves the European Union in Welsh labour is also launching its manifesto this lunchtime with the promise of a real partnership with the Labour government in Westminster first minister carwyn Jones says Wales needs to Labour government to ensure the economy works for everyone will from a political reporter Carl Roberts launching its manifesto in Flintshire the party says it will deliver tidal lagoons rail electrification and the wylfa newydd nuclear.
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2 campaign to remain in the EU will link last year's vote to leave with a sense of disenchantment among or she called ordinary working people and your claim labour has taken vouchers here for granted for decades Welsh launching its first minister carwyn Jones I say that whales need to lay the government's to ensure that the economy works for everyone people want to vote on the 8th of June up until 23:59 to ensure they registered according to the Electoral Commission 7 million people aren't on the register it's chief executive is Claire Bassett people who directed minority and the people whose lives have something.
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climb stairs you know if you have A2 level housing to just get to the bedroom you switch your daughter and I have decided on day one I am not going to stop dancing through this treatment so that was an early decision I took my goal was she continues dancing at the top of my level and the part way to get to that goal was also my dance so coming back to time instead it just to be sure torture but then I would take that for 5 days week after chemotherapy come back and sleep it off a watch funny movies and after that get back to my studio and work from scratch up with so that your body we learnt all that protects much for granted you know the technique and all that for your body's is protesting and I think that was a daft bat for me 2nd of course was the last.
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says this is a region suffering from administrative neglect crumbling social infrastructure and services high unemployment social deprivation objectivity Phil squalor and endemic conflict that is the Regent that generates the Qashqai Wizkid which keeps Nigeria floating and Leonard lessons around I don't know when will take you for granted that wants it if you're looking to eat then go off and we need to be interested I'm not just national government it will composite also put in there because they're made out of my front level 80 90% of auditors by establishing companies are going to be in to require some level of transparency and engagement buy them off of the local workforce also not right now just a government will not go well in the past 1 days I think we could do better.
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to turn up in court fail to surrender to court but under international law it takes precedence over all those Liverpool has been granted asylum it takes precedence over anything else that may be due soon but I agree that might be a good idea for Julian Assange to have discussions with the Metropolitan Police to decide what they want to do or if they intend to take any further action I would say that it's probably not in the for the Metropolitan Police to pursue the fact that you breach bail that may be there should be some kicking off or maybe some minor penalty paid and it should be left the back because I can't see the public what is the public interest is the.
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snail granted safe passage was Liz one more option he could simply decided to stay put for those he may look at all those previous 5 options and think you know what I'm better off staying Ryan yeah it's interesting because the more that changes the more actually that they stay the same the Metropolitan Police service of said the MR of a song that will still face the lesser charge of failing to surrender to record an offence punishable by as you say up to a year and prison which means the minute he stepped out of there somebody's going to feel his collar at well thank you very very much should be interesting to see how much of a police car is out there whether or not they still spending money we know that let's get it done at is it the sort of thing that we care about the fact that he's here is that just a coincidence is he avoiding having his day and call are we forgetting the fact that the man is being.
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the advantages and like a password you can't forget your voice or get the rule once the banks claim anyone limiting The Voice account cheat the system Mike McLachlan is a cybersecurity expert anything story racer serious questions I'm absolutely shocked under no circumstances should two different people be able to get into the same bank account with with voice biometric authentication and yes everybody is unique am however it's up to the system to differentiate between voices and obviously it hasn't done in in this case and granted access course unlike a password to a voice is public and experts worry that artificial intelligence software can synthesise them so well that it could be able to clean the voice from a sample of 30 seconds or less that's a tool that could make the hackers job match it easier to BBC after HSBC for.
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acting for the plenty of said it was a scandal that has suspected rapist good in Haywards escaped Justice and avoid the courts so what's it been like for mistress on shoot up inside the embassy of Ecuador in London since 2012 it was over a different world after all pre brexit pre pre trump and his stay I'll put a Becky Milligan was granted you access that is looking for you ask what it's like but it's not particularly different for me I was 10 days in solitary confinement in this country 18 months under house arrest and then four months.
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in the voice recognition security used by one of Britain's biggest banks HSBC system analyses customers voice password to allow them to access there a coinstar Simmons of the BBC's technology play programme click find it's possible for someone to log into an account that's not their own Mike McLaughlin is a cybersecurity expert he says this story this is serious questions I'm outside the shop and there no circumstances should two different people be able to get into the same bank account with with voice biometric authentication and yes everybody is unique however it's up to the system to differentiate between voices and obviously hasn't done in in this case and granted access zika virus which has been linked to deformities in babies is being tested in the UK as possible treatment for a dangerous form of brain tumor