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years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism. He was a peripheral figure. As well as in Kent he lived in East Sussex, in 2016 he was living in east London under the name Masood. It's not clear when he changed it. His most recent address was in Birmingham
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radar a few years ago, he was a peripheral figure. Obviously they can't carry out surveillance on everybody who is a peripheral figure? You have a few hundred people who can be kept under surveillance because they are known not just to have extremist views but the.
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the adult population. I think the member talked about 5% of adults that could benefit from it, my figure is 7%, that is not a point we will quibble about. With children, the uptake seems to be much higher, 74% of children under the age of three have access to this or have this, 94%.
The Canary
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Arron Banks was a prominent figure in UKIP. He was one of the partys biggest ever donors. But Banks has since been pushed out of the party. And has consequently sent them a £200,000 bill for services he claims to have provided. Arron Banks Banks became a controversial figure within UKIP after the partys leader, [...] The post UKIP tries to take back control from its biggest... Visit www.thecanary.co to read more.
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rehabilitation and the maintenance work that it would follow on from that. Roughly speaking, in our country, we do 1100 to 1200 of these implants each year, probably split 60% to adults, 40% for children. That figure has been fairly.
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radar of MI5 and security services, but was seen as a peripheral figure. That's the latest news from Westminster. We can go back to the studio. British scientists say they have made a major breakthrough in the diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis
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review and update its current cadence on cochlear implantation, they also say 74% of children who could benefit from cochlear implantation aged up to three, have not received them, increasing to 94% by the time the age 17. The compatible figure for adults is only around 5%, and I am sure the Minister is aware of that. Research is underway to see whether the.
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It's not even clear where it's from, but alongside various stories about Trump's healthcare legislation woes, it's been on the BBC News homepage for what, two days now ? For this morning's one, they've started zooming into it . By tomorrow, if the legislation has yet to pass, we'll be inside his weird angry tired mouth. If someone could figure out the source (it doesn't seem to be Reuters) that would be fabulous. I've used a fractal image enhancement application to make this 2600-pixel wide enlargement , but it's just not the same as a nice raw wire shot.
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If you could do that, Cohn said , then you could figure out ways to train it. Cohn funded a team of University of Oregon neuroscientists to find signals in the brain that began in the visual vortex, skipped the rational areas of the brain, and went directly to the emotional point. The researchers showed volunteers 150 incomplete pictures of objects like chairs with enough pieces missing that conscious recognition would be impossible. They also showed 50 decoy pictures of scrambled random pixels, asking them to determine, as the image scrolled by two per second, which one contained an object. The team hypothesized that when faced with limited sensory information, the brain's unconscious pattern-matching machinery might still discern the presence of something concrete, Vice reported. And this proved correct.
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The number of home loans in February fell to the lowest figure since November, according to UK banks.
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The Islamic State group claimed the assailant behind Britain's deadliest terror attack in 12 years was one of its "soldiers" acting on a call to target countries in the US-led coalition fighting the jihadists. Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Masood was known to intelligence services as a "peripheral" figure some years ago but there was no warning of his intention to mount an attack. Rowley said Friday that police were trying to establish whether Masood acted totally alone "or if others have encouraged, supported or directed him". Masood ran over dozens of pedestrians and tourists on Westminster Bridge on Wednesday afternoon before crashing his car into parliament, where he managed to stab a police officer before being shot dead. Lawmakers returned to work as normal on Thursday morning, even as forensic officers worked at the scene, but a review of parliamentary security is now underway.
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The Prime Minister described him as a peripheral figure for the security services. The sheer numbers of people who are deemed to have the intent or capability to carry out terror in Britain is vast. More than 3000, we understand from MI5. A degree of triage has to happen. I thought that.
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about violent extremism. He was a peripheral figure. As well as in Kent he lived in East Sussex, in 2016 he was living in east London under the name Masood. It's not clear when he changed it. His most recent address was in Birmingham
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The number of home loans in February fell to the lowest figure since November, according to UK banks.
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Though many more years of research and investment are required to figure out how to map the human brain, at least this video will give you a better understanding of what it's all about. I'm impressed that when you talk to people about something that seems kind of crazy and outlandish, and perhaps [something] they hadn't been talking about before, it doesn't take them long to come a kind of considered opinion, Kasthuri says.
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set out in parliament yesterday. What I can confirm is that the man was British-born, and that some years ago he was once investigated by MI5 in relation to concerns about violent extremism. He was a peripheral figure. As well as.
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Greece’s remaining public property, set to serve as collateral, is only valued at 50 billion euros , a figure that pales in comparison to the 90 billion euro in debt payments it must make over the next year on its prior bailout packages. The implementation of this plan is tantamount to the final pillage of Greece, marking what may well be the last transfer of the nation’s remaining wealth after nine years of economic plunder. Once confirmed, Germany will once again be the biggest beneficiary of the bailout, along with the multinational corporations and other states that have been involved in ransacking Greece. Though Greece is one of the more notable examples of countries that have been plundered by private banks and multinational corporations, it is far from the only one. These entities and the institutions and politicians that serve them have only worked to concentrate power and wealth in the hands of the elite.
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Khalid Masood was known to police, but only considered previously to be a peripheral figure in security terms. That has now changed and as the head of counterterrorism at Scotland Yard said earlier, the challenge now is to find out whether Masood was supported or encouraged by others. With me is Dr Karin Von Hippel, from defence and security think tank.
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