BBC News 24
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MacRumors
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The ride-hailing company has hit a few rocky patches over the past few months, most recently hearing concerns from users after an update introduced background GPS tracking that follows a rider up to five minutes after their trip ends and even if the app is closed. A company spokeswoman told BuzzFeed News in December that one of the biggest advantages of the five minute tracking update is that it "could also help customer service representatives investigate complaints or safety issues" raised by users following a ride. Tag: Uber Discuss this article in our forums
The Cornishman
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Cornwall Council is being taken to the High Court today for a second time by a group of campaigners, just over a year after losing a similar case. The group Cornwall Against Dean Super-quarry (Cads) is fighting plans for the reopening of Dean Quarry, near St Keverne on the Lizard peninsula. The group is taking a decision made by the council over planning matters to the High Court. In a similar case in December 2015, a judge ruled that planning permission was to be quashed for buildings and a...
NASA - ISS Reports
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BBC One East Midlands
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What stage are things at? Good afternoon. The government said back in December it was inviting bids for towns and cities interested in getting this accolade.
BBC One London
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Several businesses remain closed. Over 100 people had to be evacuated in mid-December, when a three foot wide pipe burst. Two meters of water flowed down this shopping area. As you can see, businesses like this still suffering under inflation and damp and many other businesses remain closed over a month later.
The Economic Times
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We might see some sort of currency wars with trade protectionism as the new challenges in the world emerge. Arvind Sanger, Managing Partner, Geosphere Capital Management I don't know if Trump is going to do anything on a trade war or there is going to be no border adjustment tax. The clarity will come soon, and when that comes we will get short term trading rallies. But, we are in a kind of an uncertainity. Navneet Munot, ED & CIO, SBI Mutual Fund If Donald Trump is going to cut tax rates very severely it will be followed by most of the other countries in the world. I think India will also to do the same. We have to make the tax regime simpler to promote businesses investing in India. We had some sense of what is likely to come on 31st of December when PM announced some of the measures for the rural economy, affordable housing. Those are some structural themes which government has tremendous focus.
Ashford Herald
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A man from Ashford has been added to Kent Police's Most Wanted list.Brian Peter Gibbons,36, from Willesborough, failed to attend court in connection with a burglary and assault in Hamstreet. The incident happened in December 2016. He has links with the Ashford, Romney Marsh and the Hythe and Shepway areas. If you know where he is call 101 quoting Most Wanted and the crime reference number ZY/44496/16. Read more: Police have closed down a cannabis factory in Folkestone
BBC Parliament
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Plymouth Herald
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A man jailed for stalking his ex-girlfriend has gone on the run after he was let out of prison on licence.Mel Danvers, from Plymouth, was sentenced to a year behind bars at Exeter Prison in April 2016 for breaching a restraining order.He was released on licence on December 16 but has broken the terms of his licence agreement and is now effectively on the run. Police say he has links to Whitleigh and Ernesettle.Officers are trying to track him down and arrest Danvers and members of...
Reuters
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Derby Telegraph
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Aston Villa have confirmed the signing of Henri Lansbury from Nottingham Forest. The midfielder, who was a target for Derby County, has moved to Villa Park in a deal worth around £3m and has penned a four-and-a-half year deal. Lansbury was Forest's captain but had not played since December having been out injured before ex-boss Philippe Montanier felt he was not in the right frame of mind to feature. He told the club's official site: I am delighted to be here at Aston...
BBC Two England
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Are we not clear yet from the whips whether this will be a free vote for Labour or a whipped vote? The decision has not been taken is the message that I got this morning. There is speculation, that is premature. We don't know which way it will go. In December there was a whipped vote.
Daily Mail - Money
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The drop of 1.9 per cent month-on-month in December as shoppers spent less on clothing, footwear and household goods, compared to forecasts of a 0.1 per cent fall.
The Herald - Small Medium Business
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UK retail sales fell at the fastest rate in nearly five years last month, as shoppers spent less on clothing, footwear and household goods in the run-up to Christmas.
Plymouth Herald
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Police are trying to trace a 25 year old Plynouth man who is wanted for recall to prison after breaching his release conditions.Mel Danvers was sentenced to 12 months in Exeter prison in January 2016 for breaching a restraining order at Plymouth Crown Court and was released on licence on 16 December 2016.Local enquiries are being carried out to locate and arrest Danvers and members of the public are being asked to report any sightings.Danvers has links to Whitleigh and the Ernesettle areas of...
Know Your Mobile
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Paul Briden 20/01/2017 - 12:07pm Mario is coming to Android this March via Super Mario Run You may remember during a recent Apple launch it was revealed that Nintendo and the iPhone maker had come together to release a Mario game on iOS; Super Mario Run. Well now it seems like that wasn't a platform exclusive, Nintendo has bigger ambitions for apps and games in the mobile space, and Android is getting a turn very soon indeed. Nintendo's official Japanese Twitter account posted the news on January 19 that Super Mario Run will be landing on Android in March. The game landed on iOS during December, and those who browse Google Play may now be noticing it's also listed and promoted on the Android application storefront, however, it's only allowing you to pre-register interest at this point. We don't yet know how much it will cost, but on iOS users could play the first three levels for free, before paying a $10 fee to unlock the whole game.
Den of Geek
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Mr Levy (who executive produces the show) has revealed to Collider that he and The Duffer Brothers (who created Stranger Things and continue to write it) will still be on the ground directing episodes for season 2 despite all their other commitments. "Yes, we are a little superstitious so just like last year, they’re doing 1 and 2, I’m going in and doing 3 and 4. So the first four are gonna kick off exactly the same as last time," Levy confirmed. It remains to be seen who will helm the other five episodes. "[We] we started filming today," Levy said of the season at large, before teasing when he will be going behind the camera for his episodes as director: "I am going to start prepping right around Thanksgiving and I’ll be filming my episodes through December and January." Stranger Things season 2 trailers Here in the real world, we've had #JusticeForBarb as a reaction to Stranger Things season 1.
Bleacher Report
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Stoke's biggest injury issue is that of goalkeeper Jack Butland, who could be missing for some months, according to ESPN FC's Ben Dinnery: The Potters announced via their official website that the England stopper had suffered a setback in his plans to come back from a long-term ankle injury in December, having not featured for his club since March 2016. Jonathan Walters is a concern for Hughes after suffering inflammation in his knee following the 4-1 defeat at Liverpool on December 27. Speaking to the Stoke Sentinel (h/t the Irish Independent ), the Potters chief noted the attacker will undergo minor surgery. "We are missing Jonny Walters unfortunately, who is suffering a problem with his knee," Hughes said. "As a consequence of that, he is going to be missing for a little bit, so that leaves us short up front to be perfectly honest." While United have one player away at the Africa Cup of Nations, Stoke have three in attacking trio Wilfried Bony (Ivory Coast), Ramadan Sobhi (Egypt) and Mame Biram Diouf (Senegal).
BBC News 24
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TIME - Top Stories
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South China Morning Post
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Finance Magnates
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The Huffington Post
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By returning to older forms of political resistance, social activism might also regain grassroots support and find a new voice in the process. At least, that's what we hope. Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orbán arrives at a European Union leaders summit in Brussels, December 15 2016. Francois Lenoir/Reuters Jonathan Rynhold: Hope for Israel, concern over Iran and Syria We should see a generally positive tone toward Israel from Donald Trump, but there are very large questions about what the administration's policies will be on the substantive issues affecting the country. For example, his son-in-law Jared Kushner has been tapped to deal with the peace process . He has no background whatsoever in this area, and we have no idea what his positions might be. Regarding the settlement issue, my sense -- in contrast to what the settlement movement believes -- is that the administration is not necessarily pro-settlement.