ITV
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Some charities are saying that is not true. Is there any chance you will go back on what you have announced and let more child refugees in? Just in your question it shows that unfortunately this fake news is settling out there. We took 8,000 children last year into this that a commitment had been made to take several thousand from France and that is not happening.
ITV
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We thought we would look at those numbers. The Home Secretary shifts in her seat. As immigration hit 200,000, we got the famous "go home vans" in 2013, and then Theresa May's conference comments in 2015 that immigration made it impossible to build a cohesive society. Amber's fore into suggesting there would be a foreign workers register, all firms publishing how many foreign workers they had.
ITV
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He coached him to double Olympic gold in the 5000 and 10,000 m in Rio and London. It is a leaked report from the United States. He is accused of using what is described as prohibited infusions of a prescription drug.
BBC News 24
2 hours
The militants are surrounded, along with an estimated 750,000 civilians. Tom Robinson heads Oxfam's emergency team in Iraq. He's just visited the Oxfam base on the southern edge of the fighting area where thousands of families are fleeing to and told us what he's been seeing.
BBC News 24
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In a rare public display of anti-government feeling, thousands of people have been taking part in an opposition march in the centre of Moscow on Sunday. It's in memory of the murdered opposition leader, Boris Nemtsov, who was shot dead in Moscow two years ago. Moscow police said 5,000 attended the event but organisers put the figure in the tens of thousands. Our correspondent Sarah Rainsford has been at the demonstration. Russia and people believe it was meant to terrify other voices of opposition into silence.
BBC News 24
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The Interior Ministry figures for 2016 showed that there were more than 2,500 attacks against individual refugees in the country. More than 500 people were injured including 43 children. The figures also reveal there were almost 1,000 attacks on migrant shelters, a similar number to the year before.
BBC News 24
3 hours
A Spanish celebration of pork. El rey de la cocina! And getting to grips with Sudan. Wrestling a guy in front of 2,000 people is a bit further than what I usually go.
Sky News
4 hours
The point was, she feels two things. One, it's a very small number, it's not even 10,000. And that if the right controls are put in place, it can be done fairly and well. We will get to that, because I have some sympathy.
Sky News
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It confined the fighters to the western part of the city, along the Tigris river. In the west, Iraqi forces seized the airport on Friday - a strategically significant prize. Since then they've made gains in areas such as Tayyaran and Hawi Al Josaq, forcing over 1,000 civilians to flee.
ITV
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Each year Smoking causes 96,000 deaths in the UK, and costs the NHS £2 billion. Public Health England wants all hospitals to offer help to quit as standard. Talking to our patients about smoking is a fundamental part of the work we should do.
Plymouth Herald
7 hours
People aspiring to get on the property ladder in Plymouth could find themselves needing savings of more than £20,000 for a deposit and moving costs, latest figures have revealed. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has placed a new affordability calculator on its website, which allows would-be home-buyers to see what level of household income they might expect to need to get a mortgage on an "entry-level property in their neighbourhood. The ONS said that with the average...
BBC News 24
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It takes 12,000 tonnes per day. TRANSLATION: They landed here, in Templehof airport. There would be American lorries waiting. Berliners would unload the planes and they would go back to Frankfurt in a kind of loop.
Channel4 News
7 hours
Thousand of trees lining one of the country's greenest cities are being chopped down, because the council says it's the only affordable way to maintain roads and keep pavements safe. One in six of Sheffield's 36,000 street trees will disappear, to be replaced by saplings but furious residents have described it as sheer vandalism. Protestors who stood in the way to block their felling, including one retired professor, were even arrested.
Breitbart News
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without citing the source of the information. Baker McKenzie declined to comment. The threat of enforcement marks a sea change for a church that for some 2,000 years has seen popes venerated on all manner of flags, banners and medals. But the popularity of Francis and the ease with which his image can be copied in the internet age has
Sky News
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Fitness trackers that count steps made headlines this week after a leading US scientist questioned their benefits. Dr Greg Hager from Johns Hopkins University suggested the goal of 10,000 steps a day may not be right for everyone and that the target is based on a single and outdated study. And illegally streaming live football matches, music and other videos is about to get more difficult. Search engines Google and Bing have signed up to a voluntary code of practice which will mean dodgy websites are moved further down in your results list.
Sky News
7 hours
If they press that, you can see the advice is given, which is what the trust wants doing for someone who is that unwell. Here in Oxford, the system has already helped in the care of over 80,000 patients and the plan over the next 12 months is to roll this system out at four more NHS trusts right across England.
Politico
7 hours
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw estimates the presidentsvisits cost $60,000 a day in deputy overtime.” http://bit.ly/2mzcjmE BUSINESS BURST -- “Bond Market Is Flashing Warning Signal on Trump Reflation Trade,” by WSJ’s Min Zeng: “The U.S. bond market is parting ways with the stock market—a red flag for investors who piled into the reflation trade. While the Dow Jones Industrial Average has soared more than 1,000 points so far this year and closed at a record of 20821.76 Friday, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.317% Friday, the lowest since late November, from 2.446% at the end of 2016.” http://on.wsj.com/2lTLtIF -- WARREN BUFFETT’s annual letter -- always worth a read: http://bit.ly/2lnOmyo TIM ALBERTA at National Harbor in Oxon, Maryland, “‘The Conservative Movement Is Donald Trump’: Trump’s takeover of conservatism is faster and more decisive than anyone expected”: “To spend three days at this year’s CPAC, the annual right-wing carnival of politics and culture, was to witness an ideology conforming to an individual rather than the other way around.
Politico
7 hours
Trump's net approval rating is in the negatives, minus 4 percent, making him the only president in the history of modern polling to begin his term with a net negative approval rating. President Barack Obama began his presidency with a net positive of 34 percent. The telephone survey of 1,000 adults has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
21stCenturyWire
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Lincolnshire Echo
7 hours
South China Morning Post
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Derek Leung Ka-chun reckons riding 4,000-1 doubles is easy, at least compared to the battle he has faced to shed weight since suffering severe concussion in a horror fall earlier this season. Leung spent six weeks sidelined after crashing to the dirt and having Caga Force land on him in late October, but when the local rider returned he struggled to keep his weight below 120 pounds. For a jockey that can usually take rides on the minimum of 113 pounds, the weight issues meant missed...
RT News
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Nottingham Evening Post
7 hours
A car crash which saw the front ripped off the vehicle as it ploughed into an antiques centre will cost the business thousands of pounds in damages, according to its owner. Expensive repairs to Heanor Antiques Centre, in Ilkeston Road, Heanor, will set Jane Richards back thousands and the total cost will reach more than £10,000 when broken antiques are taken into account. An air ambulance, police officers and ambulance were called to the scene at about 12pm on Saturday and one man was...
Voice Of America
7 hours
Commanders say they will soon complete the recapture of two others residential district, al-Tayyaran and Hawi al-Josaq. They are currently about three kilometres (2 miles) from the old city centre and the main government buildings, the capture of which would effectively mean the fall of Mosul. Iraqi commanders expect the battle to be more difficult as they get closer to the old city in part because tanks and armored vehicles cannot pass through its narrow alleyways. Several thousand militants, including many who traveled from Western countries to join up, are believed to be holed up in the city with practically nowhere to go, which could lead to a fierce standoff amid a remaining civilian population of 750,000. They are facing a 100,000-strong force made up of Iraqi armed forces, regional Kurdish peshmerga fighters and Iranian-trained Shi'ite Muslim paramilitary groups.