BBC Radio Ulster
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this morning on rent on Gumtree whatever the British and Irish Lions player to New Zealand later today for the grilling 10 match the headline bo3 test series against the world champion of the All Blacks it's been 46 years since the Lions won a series in New Zealand to Ian McGeechan was part of the Lions coaching team the last time they visited in 2005 and it's been telling Matt Dawson there is no bigger challenges facing the All Blacks you have to go to New Zealand to understand this is actually getting to understand the country and what drives them but number one sport is rugby and so it dries the hall so she'll be any New Zealand particular because it's small country has been defined by its rugby you have to have opportunities to see that and experience of which is Ryan 2005 I insist.
ITV
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But you want internment introduced in the UK. Thank you very much indeed. Here's Sean with the headlines. Good morning. A 23-year-old man has been arrested in Sussex and properties have been raided in Cheshire and Manchester in connection to last week's terror attack. It comes as the family of Olivia Campbell - one of the victims.
Sky News
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Many drivers are ignoring tough new sanctions against using mobile phones while at the wheel with more than 200 motorists still getting caught each day. From March, the penalty was doubled, with drivers receiving six points on their licence and a £200 fine. Despite that, the following four-week period saw 6,000 drivers punished across the country. That is equivalent to one driver getting caught every seven minutes
BBC Radio Ulster
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I don't like the local safety factor of where I live but then is it like that everywhere else would you go the safe to live yeah I mean I think there are parts of the country by kids not going to school worried about that kind of thing so that sounds pretty tough at see if you're young kids grown up like this it was interesting as I have an idea because he spoken to you about how you might go to know some of you a little bit kind of undecided but some of you have slightly phone if you and we have obviously you're such a Spectrum here um from across the board to litter clean but you're all saying the same sorts of things are important and I guess that it's just about leadership it's about how the different parties you feel address is 26 a concern that you've got the mic it's back up and running speak to me um yeah I think number one issues housing massive housing crisis messing housing shortage England.
ITV
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They are arresting one person per day. Talking of the figures, almost 24,000 people might be on the radar. It's virtually impossible. In a very immediate way, it deals with it. There are about 3000 people.
BBC Radio Wales
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Wales today starting with O in money for 9 o'clock this morning and it 1 o'clock this afternoon Larry song will get you into the bank holiday mood she's got loads of classic tunes in the 60s today and she's also going to be joined by comedian and author Adrian Edmondson she's fabulous married to Jennifer Saunders I believe I think it over Williams has the TV review and the angelic Esquire from Llanelli talk about their Britain's Got Talent experience and then at 4 o'clock Cerys Matthews is going to be here with the summer of love from peer to peer and she's going to be remembering the summer of love through Welsh eyes in California and explores how it travels 5263 miles from San Francisco to Penarth Leisure fabulous day loads and loads of great songs and loads of chances for you to hear your request as well so make sure you stay with me all day for a fact I have a great song now the one and only.
ITV
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lead over Lewis Hamilton to 25 points. Hamilton struggled with the handling of his Mercedes this weekend, finishing 7th after starting 13th on the grid. And Jenson Button's one-off return as a replacement for Fernando Alonso ended in a crash. Well, Fernando Alonso was racing in the Indy 500 but didn't fair much better. He was forced to retire after engine.
The Iran Project
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ITV
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for the offence in the four weeks after tougher punishments took effect - the equivalent of one driver every seven minutes. Campaigners say this shows drivers are ignoring warnings. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said European countries can no longer completely depend on the US and the UK.
France 24
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Adventurer, Orientalist, spy: the remarkable story of Spanish explorer Ali Bey al-Abbassi is to be told on the silver screen for the first time, two centuries after his death. Born in Catalonia in 1767, Domingo Badia y Leblich posed as an exiled Arab prince and became one of the first Europeans to set foot in Mecca. Yet despite mixing with the Spanish royal family, Napoleon's top officials and some of the most notable European intellectuals of his age, he has been all but forgotten since he died in 1818. "It's surprising that no film has yet been made on Ali Bey," Moroccan filmmaker Souheil Ben Barka said during a break on set. The Spaniard "was a seducer. No one could resist him," he said. With a budget of $17 million (15 million euros), the veteran director's dramatisation of the explorer's life is set for release in five languages and 40 countries in late 2018.
France 24
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"I looked down and I thought 'I'll be buggered there's a shark in me boat'. "I was losing a fair amount of blood, I was stunned, I couldn't register what happened and then I thought 'oh my God, I've got to get out of here'." He managed to grab his radio and called local marine rescue volunteers, who plucked him from the boat and took him ashore where he was treated for skin torn off his arm. They returned to retrieve his boat and the body of the unwanted passenger, which a local department of primary industries official said was a great white. Selwood said he had been fishing for close to 60 years, but had never had been through anything like that. "I've had 'em come up and brush the side of my boat, I've had a white pointer swim around my boat, I've had 'em take fish off my line, but I've never had one do this," he told the broadcaster.
Sky News
13 minutes
May will face a balanced studio audience, and then clash swords with Germany Paxman. This has been one of the most tightly-disciplined campaigns in.
BBC Radio Ulster
13 minutes
ITV
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on the BA disruption after the airline's global IT meltdown. And, for 25 years, he played one of television's greatest detectives as.
The Iran Project
15 minutes
Al Monitor | Hamidreza Azizi: explains that the Russian proposal for de-escalation or safe zones in Syria “is not only the best approach for Moscow and Tehran to preserve their core interests in the country, but it could also act as a factor that brings the two countries even closer together.” Most critical to Iran, according to Azizi, is that the proposal legitimates Iran’s military presence in Syria. “Since one of the key positions of both the Syrian opposition and its foreign backers has been objection to Iran’s military presence in Syria, the international aspect of the May 4 agreement and the fact that it names Iran as one of the peacekeepers could justify the presence of Iranian troops in Syria on the international stage. This is, in fact, the main reason behind the Syrian opposition’s objection to any Iranian role in the process,” Azizi writes.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
18 minutes
A SPECIAL open day is soon to take place in the Isle to highlight a new project in the area.The event, taking place on Saturday, June 3, at St Andrew's Church, Epworth, is being hosted by the Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership and is highlighting the Castles and Manors Project.Everyone is welcome to attend between 10am and 2pm to learn about upcoming archaeological investigations at Vinegarth in Epworth and how to get involved.The Castles and Manors project is one of a...
ITV
20 minutes
I want everybody to think of it as a bright and bubbly girl she was. I got a phone call and it was heartbreaking. I had to break the devastating news to Charlotte. It was horrendous. It's the one piece of news. I never thought I would hear
Sky News
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He led for a number of laps early in the race before safety car stoppages pushed him back. When the race resumed, Alonso was well in contention but engine failure in his Honda meant retirement with only 21 of the 200 laps to go. The race was won by Japan's Takuma Sato. Alonso now returns to Formula One
ITV
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There's just ten days until the 2017 general election and tonight the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn will face tough questioning, appearing one after the other for the first time on TV since the campaign began. Security will be a central focus as it's announced MI5 has launched two urgent inquiries into how it missed the danger posed by the Manchester bomber. We're joined now by The Mirror's Kevin Maguire and the Daily Mail's.
South China Morning Post
31 minutes
A second major upgrade in a week by JP Morgan on a major Chinese real estate company prompted a sector-wide trading flurry in an otherwise-quiet morning on the Hong Kong stock market on Monday. Leading the risers was Evergrande, which rose by over 25.3 per cent to finish the morning at HK$15.52. Country Garden also closed at HK$9.53, after having risen by over 10.9 per cent at one point. Both have now reached their respective yearly highs. Evergrande also led the market in terms of turnover,...
Informed Comment
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By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) | Angela Merkel, the Chancellor of Germany, certainly knew what she was doing when she made her otherwise cautious statement . The times, she said, in which we can entirely depend on others, are gone. This, I have experienced in the last few days. We Europeans must take our destiny in our own hands. The adverb is important here. Entirely depend on is not the same as depend on. She is signalling that Europe has in the past perhaps been completely dependent on the US in certain regards. Under Trump (the meaning of her experience in the the last few days), Europe can no longer afford to do so. Her annoyance is understandable. Europe faces dire challenges. One is climate change , which Trump refused to help with. Another is the refugee crisis.
Bristol Post
34 minutes
One small street had the equivalent of more than one crime per day
Channel 4
36 minutes
Try to bring maybe one board you can use for different kinds of waves, or bring more if you can. The basic surf kit for us would be a five-four or a six by four, even, in winter time. Five-8mm booties, 3-5 millimetre gloves or mittens,.
Channel 4
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That one, that is like high tide. It is perfect at this spot today. There is nothing guaranteed when it comes to Icelandic weather, that is the fun thing about it, you never exactly know what you're going to get. You're just going to have to go for it and see what happens