Channel 4
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Britain says it will, but European sanctions on Iran mean it can't for now. Equally murky though, the circumstances around the release last January of four US-Iranian dual nationals. And, couched as part of the Iran nuclear deal, a $400 million cash payment to Iran by the US government after their release.
BBC One Oxford
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Its corporation came up with the plans. Its chair, Lord Campbell, this, one of the many turf cutting ceremonies. But here is where the formal ground-breaking for MK happened. January 1967. Next to the old A5, only 16 people here.
BBC One Scotland
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David Robertson and his former Dundee United team-mate David Goodwillie were found at the Court of Session last week in Edinburgh to have raped a woman in a flat in January 2011, Denise Clair. She took a civil case against the men because the Crown Office said it would not proceed with a criminal prosecution and it did not feel that the evidence. The love. But the court found in her favour -- did not feel that the evidence was strong enough.
STV
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Unseasonably warm weather means the slopes are bare, which is bad news for the operators. It's very severe, I think it's the worst one we've had in the last decade. It is dire straits and has been over the last three months. We got a couple of days of November, a couple of days in December. Same thing now in January, the snow disappears again. We are not getting the temperatures. You can't forecast the weather temperatures at the moment. They are fluctuating from +11 to -2.
BBC News 24
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" Efforts were made to move Dean to a secure hospital, but a shortage of beds and delays over Christmas and New Year meant it never happened. On January 4th last year, Dean Saunders killed himself.
BBC News 24
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25 year old Dean Saunders electrocuted himself at Chelmsford prison in Essex in January last year. The Prison Ombudsman said that staff ignored significant risk factors when they cut back observation of him in jail. It comes as figures due out later this week are expected to show the number of suicides in prisons in England and Wales last year was at record levels.
Plymouth Herald
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A man was held against a wall and beaten up before having his possesions stolen. The attack took place at 4pm on Friday, January 20 on Quay Road, Newton Abbot, leading to Brunel Industrial Estate. Police are hoping witnesses to the robbery will come forward. READ: Pirate Bay users to get slapped with warnings as clamp down on illegal torrents continues The victim was attacked as he made his way along Quay Road from the centre of town where the road goes under the railway line. The...
Plymouth Herald
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A footballer judged to have raped a woman with a team-mate has retired from playing.David Robertson and his ex-Dundee United team-mate David Goodwillie were last week ordered to pay £100,000 damages to Denise Clair after a judge in a civil case ruled they raped her in Armadale, West Lothian, in January 2011.The men have never faced a criminal trial and Ms Clair, who previously waived her right to anonymity, said she was left ''devastated, upset and confused when she was told the men...
MintPress News
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You're saying it's a falsehood, and Sean Spicer, our press secretary gave alternative facts to that, Conway said. Alternative facts are not facts, Todd responded. They're falsehoods. Conway then changed the subject entirely, and launched into attacks on Obamacare, the U.S. education system, and the Women's Marches that took place around the world on Saturday. Conway went on to argue: There's no way to really quantify crowds, we know that. But Spicer on Saturday repeatedly maintained that Trump's inauguration saw the largest crowds of any inauguration in history—a statement that was easily disproved by photographs. Watch the whole exchange: "Alternative facts are not facts. They are falsehoods," Chuck Todd tells Pres. Trump's counselor Kellyanne Conway this morning. WATCH: pic.twitter.com/Ao005dQ13r Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) January 22, 2017 This work by Common Dreams i s licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.
SABC Digital News
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The plight of the Gay and Lesbian community is back under the spotlight. Local celebrity and radio presenter Somizi Mhlongo walked out of a service at Grace Bible Church in Soweto on Sunday. This after visiting Ghanaian Bishop Dag Heward-Mills' alleged comments that homosexuality was unnatural, and animals of the same sex do not have sexual relations with each other. These remarks took social media by storm with many people tweeting their anger and approval under the hashtag #GraceBibleChurch. Mhlongo says the Pastor should say that homosexuals are not welcome at the church, so that the LGBTI community can find another church that will accept them. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
TIME - Top Stories
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Nottingham Evening Post
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New Jersey rock band Dillinger Escape Plan are on a world tour following the release of their Disassociation album at the end of 2016, taking in the UK, Scandinavia, Europe and the US. They came to Nottingham Rock City on Saturday, January 21 and Tasha Shipston was there with her camera.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Emergency gas works on a major city road are expected to continue until at least the end of the week.National Grid has been carrying out the works in Canal Street to try to fix a number of gas escapes from a long pipe underneath the road since Monday, January 16.Traffic has been reduced to one lane westbound while the works take place, causing congestion in Lower Parliament Street.National Grid warned last week that the works could continue into this week and now a spokeswoman has...
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Forest fans have been reacting to the Post's 'sort it or sell it' message to Reds owner Fawaz Al Hasawi. Here's Tom Bentley, 25, from Corby Glen, giving his reaction.It's approaching 20 years since my first visit to the City Ground and this is, without a doubt, the strangest period I have witnessed. I will never forget January, Friday 13th, 2017 for the rest of my football supporting days. The collapse of the takeover really was a sucker punch, it felt like there was no coming back...
TIME - News
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TIME - News
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John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, preternaturally delightful celebrity couple , confirmed once again that they are and will be relationship goals until the end of the time thanks to their new hobby. Somehow along with parenting their their adorable baby girl Luna , Teigen and Legend have mastered the art of solving escape rooms, a fairly self-explanatory game that challenges participants to use clues to solve a mystery and escape. In a Twitter post shared by Teigen, she divulges that the couple can't stop doing escape rooms and even shared a photo of them after they successfully solved a game with time to spare. See the full post below. Help we can't stop doing escape rooms pic.twitter.com/LsBrq7QtAd christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) January 23, 2017
Mashable
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BBC UK News
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In January 1967 a new town was born, in what had been a cluster of sleepy Buckinghamshire villages.
euronews
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KyivPost
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Naftogaz Ukrainy from Feb. 1, 2017 will raise the price of gas sold to industrial customers on a prepayment basis by 22 percent, or Hr 1,663, to Hr 9,215 per 1,000 cubic meters (including VAT). According to a company press release, this price is relevant for consumers buying gas in the amount of more than 50,000 cubic meters per month and under the condition the companies have no debts to Naftogaz. The price for other customers next month will rise by 21.1 percent, or Hr 1,766, to Hr 10,141 for 1,000 cubic meters (including VAT). As reported, the price of gas for industrial consumers on a prepayment basis and without debts in January 2016 was set at the level of Hr 6,940. By May it dropped to Hr 5,910 and then in August for a short period rose to Hr 6,560. After that it was again lowered to Hr 6,040 in September. In October last year Naftogaz raised it to Hr 6,340, in November to Hr 7,380, and in the next two months it stood at Hr 7,750-7,780 (all including VAT).
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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HUMBERSIDE Police have joined a week of action against drivers using their mobile phones at the wheel. Despite efforts in recent years to clamp down on drivers speaking and texting on the phone at the wheel, the police have said that it is still going on. From today (Monday, January 23) those drivers are being targeted National Police Chiefs Councill (NPCC) Campaign. Casualty Reduction Officer PC Simon Carlisle said: Legislation was introduced way back in 2003 which prohibits the use...
The Huffington Post
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VIEQUES, PR - Hundred of residents and visitors to this small island off the eastern coast of Puerto Rico, gathered on January 21 in solidarity with millions around the globe, to rally for equality for women. While many gathered showed the their dislike for the incoming president with their chants and placards, the theme was one of unity and action for women on the island, calling for job equality, access to quality education and protection from sexual violence. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Forbes
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Bleacher Report
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