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after a protest by 17 people that meant flights had to be diverted and the runway closed. The group was campaigning on Tuesday night against the deportation of people to Nigeria and Ghana in West Africa. The nine women and eight men have been released on bail. They'll appear before magistrates next month
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On Tuesday's episode of EastEnders, Michelle drove into Walford's fish and chip after driving under the influence of drink and pills. The character had taken a toxic cocktail of alcohol and sleeping pills, leaving her unable to control her car. Michelle was on her way to stop her lover, Preston, from fleeing Walford after their sordid affair was finally exposed by her niece Bex. However, as the upset character drove towards the tube station to stop him ...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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BRITISH Steel has confirmed they will take action over travellers who have set up camp off Brigg Road in Scunthorpe. A number of caravans and vehicles are currently located on private British Steel land on the corner of Rowland Road. It is understood the travellers have been there since last night. This follows travellers who were forced to leave land on West Common Lane on Tuesday (March 28) after being there for two weeks. North Lincolnshire Council went to Grimsby Magistrates' Court...
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Tensions erupted between pro-government forces and Kurdish groups in Hasaka on Tuesday, leading to the most significant violence between the sides since several days of fighting in Qamishli in April. ~ Reuters 18/8/2016 (Photo: Press TV) Question: What happens if citizens refuse to fight the SAA? Are they threatened? Answer: See above yes, they were given an ultimatum either fight with us or you will be forced to leave and forfeit their properties. Usually they would then move to other villages or the city where they are not forced to fight alongside the Kurds. Once you start fighting with them, you are forced to fight whoever they need you to fight against and that includes the Syrian Army. You become trapped and ordered to follow their commands Question: Do some people have no option? (ie fight against Syria or starve? Fight or go to jail? ) Answer: As mentioned previously yes, the ultimatum is either fight with us or you will relinquish your property and move out of town.
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Less than a year ago, Brazil's national team were stuck in the doldrums. After suffering a 1-0 loss to Peru, albeit after conceding a contentious goal, Dunga 's underperforming squad failed to even get out of their group at the Copa America Centenario in June 2016. It was another disappointing result for the Selecao , who were perhaps still suffering a hangover from a humiliating 7-1 loss to Germany on home soil in the semi-finals of the 2014 World Cup. Fast forward to the present day, however, and Brazil seem to have their swagger back. With Dunga departing after such a disastrous Copa campaign in the United States, the Brazilian Football Confederation turned to former Corinthians coach Tite to steady the ship. The new boss has done more than that, though. He's won all eight of his competitive fixtures since taking charge. The latest success, a 3-0 triumph over Paraguay on Tuesday, saw Brazil become the first nation to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
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IN THEORY, leaving an item in an Uber car should induce less panic than leaving something in a cab. After all, you can just pull out your phone and look up the name and number of your driver. Unless, of course, the item you left behind is your phone. This week, the ride-hailing company unveiled the “ Uber Lost & Found Index ”, which documents the things most commonly left behind in its cars. Topping the list is, inevitably, phones. Rings are the second most frequently abandoned possessions, followed by keys, wallets and glasses. The firm says that the day of the week has a significant effect on what is lost. (In truth, many of the conclusions can probably be explained by the Texas sharpshooter fallacy , but why spoil a fun story?) Saturdays bring the biggest haul of lost plane tickets. Passengers are likeliest to leave their swimsuit behind on a Tuesday.
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"Some of their (profit) margins are only three or four cents per litre. After factoring overhead costs some of them can't even meet their monthly commitments," he said. He said this is shown by the fact that hundreds of small petrol retailers have closed down in recent years while oil giants are still able to make a tidy sum by sheer volume alone. Federation of Malaysian Consumer Associations (Fomca) president Datuk Marimuthu Nadason, however, thinks the policy will complicate matters and create opportunities for retailers to exploit. Marimuthu said he had already received complaints of several petrol stations conveniently running out of petrol before the government announced the new prices on Wednesday. "This is the first time they announced the fuel prices, and I have gotten complaints from certain areas that petrol stations ran out of petrol on Tuesday.
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backbench business, all that is allowed in the parliamentary committee. Any more spare time, could you send it our way? We already have a list of debates waiting. We want clarification. On Tuesday during the backbench debate on Yemen, the right honourable member for Bournemouth East, the parliamentary undersecretary of state for foreign and Commonwealth affairs,.
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travel from their constituencies to get to those debates? An additional piece of news. We have determined that on Tuesday the 25th of April at 9:30am for 90 minutes there will be a debate in Westminster Hall a Post Office closures and on the 2nd of May, Tuesday, at 11:30am, voter ID and electoral fraud will be debated.
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Lloyd's decision to choose the Belgian capital as its preferred site for an EU base was taken by the board on Tuesday as it believed it would lose the ability to issue insurance in the EU.
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Leicester City are apparently among a host of clubs tracking Oxford full-back, Marvin Johnson.The Sun are reporting that 'more than 30 scouts' turned up to see Johnson score in his side's 5-1 win over Bury on Tuesday.Leicester are Manchester City were understood to have a representative among those.League One side Oxford paid Motherwell £650,000 for Johnson last August and have already rejected figures considerably bigger than that for his services.Sizeable profitShould City buy him in the...
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TRAVELLERS have set up camp on land off Brigg Road in Scunthorpe. A number of caravans and vehicles are currently located on private British Steel land on the corner of Rowland Road. It is understood the travellers have been there since last night. This follows travellers who were forced to leave land on West Common Lane on Tuesday (March 28) after being there for two weeks. North Lincolnshire Council went to Grimsby Magistrates' Court seeking an order.It is not known if these are the same...
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