Sky News
10 minutes
This is the report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies. The interesting thing was that education spending was ring fenced. When we had the Coalition Government and the current government now, we have seen the ring fencing of education. They were very much protected along with the NHS.
BBC News 24
22 minutes
They will meet and celebrate the first Amendment and all the work they have political people in Washington and journalists. So they prepare for it a long time. They have a week of celebrations and parties before and after. Many of the people like Bloomberg and A Current Affair, they will have to cancel it.
BBC News 24
35 minutes
The new terror watchdog has warned of the intensity of current plots. The sad fact is that the threat in this country, represented by what we now know as "Daesh" or so-called Islamic State, is high, is continuing, and is not going to abate.
Sky News
an hour
And EU citizens will take this, too, I expect, the European Court in Strasbourg. I'm not sure... The key thing about this, this follows a Sunday Times splash, and basically it is looking at what is going to happen and what has been drawn up in the Cabinet, behind closed doors in the current time, not behind such closed doors now, it seems that you have the right to stay if you were here before article 50 but not afterwards.
Sky News
an hour
This is a suggestion that when the government triggers article 50 and begins the process of leaving the EU we will stop migrants coming here under the current terms that they can, at this point. The EU says this is difficult because unless you have left the EU you have legal responsibilities.
ITV
an hour
Ivanka Trump is there as well. And then there are the Labour post-mortems. Another guest of ours is one quoted here. Senior Labour figures saying that Corbyn will have to take the blame for the Copeland flop. What's so difficult about covering the current Labour Party is that they insist us in the media are quaint to look for something as old-fashioned as electoral success.
BBC News 24
4 hours
But as Iraqi forces close in on so-called Islamic State, so the risk increases that British and other jihadists will try to come back to Europe, brutalised and bent on revenge. A new terror watchdog has warned of the intensity of current plots. The sad fact is that the threat in this country, represented by what we now know it as Daesh or so-called Islamic State, is high, is continuing and is not going to abate.
Sky News
5 hours
A recent survey found that 25% of patients were current smokers. That adds up to around 1.1 million smokers admitted to NHS hospitals a year. Yet 72% of them say they were never asked if they would like to quit. Public Health England has written to all NHS trusts urging them to reach out to smokers, whether they be staff, visitors or patients.
BBC News 24
5 hours
The new terror watchdog has warned of current plots. The sad fact is the threat in this country, represented by what we now know as Daesh or so-called Islamic State is high, is continuing and is not going to abate. Max Hill says the terror threat today is at least as great as it was to London during the IRA bombing campaign in the 1970s.
Sky News
6 hours
Every year, the NHS spent an estimated £5.2 billion treating people with smoking-related diseases. A recent survey found that 25% of patients were current smokers. That adds up to around 1.1 million smokers admitted to NHS hospitals a year. Yet 72% of them say they were never asked if they would like to quit.
Politico
7 hours
Leicester Mercury
8 hours
Former Leicester City manager Martin O'Neill has ruled himself out of the running for a return to the club.Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, O'Neill said he would not be interested in taking a re at City, even if it was a short-term job-share with his current role with the Republic of Ireland, and he was critical of the City players amidst reports of players discussing Ranieri's position with the owners.I wouldn't be going, he said. I'm enjoying the job here at this moment and...
Sky News
8 hours
The thing most people are perplexed about is that the confusion over whether he was paid this £1 million or not. He appears to have been paid compensation when Theresa May was Home Secretary, so the current Prime Minister should answer questions.
The Sun Daily
8 hours
He added that all new applicants for simulator machine licence would be rejected while the renewal of current licence will not be approved after 2018. — Bernama
PinkNews
8 hours
Techradar
9 hours
In an early contender for the strangest announcement of MWC, ZTE has announced a phone that claims to be the fastest 5G phone, but has no case and no likelihood of coming to market. The ZTE Gigabit phone claims to be the first phone to reach blazingly fast 5G speeds - but don't hold your breath for the chance to buy one. This is very much a proof of content right now - which means its a collection of components. The ZTE Gigabit phone is apparently able to reach download speeds of 1Gbps, or ten times current smartphone speeds, according to the Chinese phone manufacturer behind the Axon 7 . Speaking ahead of MWC 2017 , the Chinese company talked about the phone, without actually showing it off. The phone is not currently 'in a case' and the company confirmed that it would be a 'commercial offering in one or two years'. With some of the technology likely to appear in the next of the company's Axon flagship phones.
Leicester Mercury
10 hours
Former Leicester City manager Martin O'Neill has ruled himself out of the running for a return to the club.Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, O'Neill said he would not be interested in taking a re at City, even if it was a short-term job-share with his current role with the Republic of Ireland, and he was critical of the City players amidst reports of players discussing Ranieri's position with the owners.I wouldn't be going, he said. I'm enjoying the job here at this moment and...
Techradar - Reviews
10 hours
If you're in the US you may want to seek out an imported model as we expect it to work with AT&T and T-Mobile, but it probably won't work with Verizon and Sprint. As for price, thats not certain yet either. The Huawei P9 launched at 449.99 (about $470, AU$799), a touch below the major phone brands. The Huawei Mate 9 phablet, which launched at the tail end of 2016, jumped up in price compared to the Mate 8 though, so it may be that Huawei decides to drastically up the price for the P10 too. Huawei P10 design The design tweaks to the Huawei P10 are probably the most interesting. Much of the design language is similar to the Huawei P9, but there are a few noticeable changes here that make it a much more comfortable phone to use. The phone sits comfortably in the hand, with edges that are slightly less curved than on some of the current competition, making it an easy device to handle.
Techradar - Reviews
10 hours
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Derby Telegraph
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BBC News 24
11 hours
With me now is our correspondent, Caroline Hawley. What else has he said? To let you know, the current threat level is classified as severe which means an attack is likely.
Techradar
11 hours
The idea is to make the quality level the same between both snaps, whether youre shooting in wide or more narrowly, but currently its not quite there. Theres a noticeable difference in color balance, and the lack of optical image stabilisation in the wide-angle lens on the G6 does make picture a little less sharp. Then again, its a step up on the G5 - some might wonder why LG persisted with the dual-camera setup, but the fact is having two cameras on the rear of a phone is the current fashionable thing - so LG doesnt want to lose that advantage. The wide-angle option doesnt seem to offer a huge benefit on either phone, but like Apples iPhone 7 Plus portrait mode and Huaweis black and white sensor, LG has its niche and its sticking with it. Takeaway The LG G5 and LG G6 are rather different in most ways (other than the user interface and home screen) - but we expect them to be poles apart in price.
Sky News
11 hours
Northern Ireland campaign ended the, Eliza Manningham Buller said there were about 1600 jihadists threats at that time. Last year we had Andrew Parker, the current head of MI5 saying it was up to 3000. In that 10-year period we almost had a doubling of those considered a risk to British security.
Derby Telegraph
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