Derby Telegraph
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Vanity Fair
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Moonlight, La La Land, and Manchester by the Sea will have a very good morning come Tuesday—but precisely how good will it be?
NASA - ISS Reports
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BBC News 24
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Our political correspondent Ellie Price is at Westminster. here, what we think is the Labour Party position now. We are Party position now. We are waiting for the Supreme Court decision on Tuesday as to whether the government decision on Tuesday as to whether the government must do to parliament before it triggers Article 50. There is a feeling of Westminster that the government will lose the case is a feeling of Westminster that the government will lose the case and it will need to go to parliament before it triggers Article 50, which we thought was going to be it triggers Article 50, which we thought was going to be sometime in March.
Derby Telegraph
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Uniformed police officers will join mourners at the funeral in Scunthorpe this Tuesday (January 31) of retired chief inspector Steve Tipple whose work with the Humberside force will never be forgotten. Father of two Mr Tipple died aged 61 years in Scunthorpe General Hospital on New Year's Day. His death came almost seven years after he retired as chief inspector, following a 30-year career with the Humberside force. More: Nightclub plans for Scunthorpe town centre bar are rejectedBut the day...
BBC One Wales
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Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across central and southern parts of England. Things turn a bit more unsettled. In less than four hours' time, Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 41st president.
BBC One West
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Some sunshine around, it will not be completely grey and it will be another chilly one. Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us.
BBC One East
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We could see a dusting of snow over the Pennines. For Sunday, that will leave a remnants of cloud around. Some sunshine around, it will not be completely grey and it will be another chilly one. Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across central and southern parts of England.
BBC One East Midlands
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Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across central and southern parts of England. Things turn a bit more unsettled. In less than four hours' time, Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 41st president.
BBC One London
23 minutes
Some sunshine around, it will not be completely grey and it will be another chilly one. Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across central and southern parts of England. Things turn a bit more unsettled. In less than four hours' time, Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 41st president.
BBC One West Midlands
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Some sunshine around, it will not be completely grey and it will be another chilly one. Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across central and southern parts of England. Things turn a bit more unsettled. In less than four hours' time, Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 41st president.
BBC One Yorkshire
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Some sunshine around, it will not be completely grey and it will be another chilly one. Monday and Tuesday more high pressure with us. Fogg might be a problem across central and southern parts of England. Things turn a bit more unsettled. In less than four hours' time, Donald Trump will be sworn in as America's 41st president.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A woman who tried to fight off a mugger in a Nottingham street was punched repeatedly in the face.The victim was walking through Lenton at around 8.30pm on Tuesday, January 17, when she was grabbed around the neck from behind and threatened.She screamed and fought back but was punched in the face three times.The offender got away with her handbag and ran along Faraday Raod towards Derby Road, where it's believed he met a second male and ran to Gregory Street. Read more: Driver reversed into...
Bristol Post
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Bristol City have continued to have a busy transfer window with plenty of business being conducted yesterday. We are now approaching the final 10 days of the transfer period and yesterday City confirmed the sale of both Wes Burns and Richard O'Donnell and announced the signing of Fabian Giefer. After their FA Cup win against Fleetwood Town on Tuesday the squad now face their big league test against Nottingham Forest tomorrow. The pressure has been mounting on head coach Lee Johnson as...
BBC Two England
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On that. It's expected that next Tuesday the Supreme Court will deliver its verdict on the Government's appeal against the previous High Court decision that parliament must vote on the decision to trigger Article 50, which will kick off Brexit negotiations. Ahead of that decision Jeremy Corbyn finds himself in something of a pickle. Yesterday the Labour leader said it was "very clear" his party accepted the referendum result, and that he will ask Labour MPs to vote for Article 50.
Bleacher Report
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" Changing his offseason training through House's guidance also has enabled Ryan to finish this season strong. "It's helping me specifically this time of year," Ryan says. "I feel really fresh and really good." It is Ryan's nature to deal with failures by staying later and sweating more. He's Type A all the way. But now he has become more about working smarter than working harder. In the past, Ryan always spent Tuesdays during the seasonhis off dayat the facility grinding on the Falcons' next opponent. Last offseason, he told Shanahan he was rethinking that approach. But he wanted to know what Shanahan thought about it. "I told him it would help him a lot if he didn't come in on Tuesday and relaxed on that day," Shanahan says. "He tried it and felt the benefits of it. You have to relax your mind and keep a balance in your life. Sometimes it's hard to do that if you are engulfed in work seven days a week.
Derby Telegraph
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An inquest into the death of 'Festival Alan' who died at Download last year is due to resume this morning.The body of Alan Saunderson, 55, of Liverpool, who was working as part of the security team at the Donington festival, was found after the event.Police were called to the world famous track at 8am on Tuesday, June 14, after staff at the circuit found his body. This is how we reported on the story at the time.It is understood that Mr Saunderson, who was widely known as 'Festival Alan', was at...
Politico
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Nottingham Evening Post
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A woman who tried to fight off a mugger in a Nottingham street was punched repeatedly in the face.The victim was walking through Lenton at around 8.30pm on Tuesday, January 17, when she was grabbed around the neck from behind and threatened.She screamed and fought back but was punched in the face three times.The offender got away with her handbag and ran along Faraday Raod towards Derby Road, where it's believed he met a second male and ran to Gregory Street. Read more: Driver reversed into...
Ashford Herald
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The Bolton News - Football
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GIVEN the tawdry way in which Sam Allardyce’s England dreams exploded last year, few travelling supporters will be as complimentary as those Wanderers die-hards who journeyed down to Selhurst Park on Tuesday night.
The Sun Daily
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"We're still continuing to look at the evidence and details and will keep giving answers to the victims' families to resolve the issue. "The search vessel will arrive in Perth, Australia on Sunday ... The Australian transport minister and I will be there to look at the search data and at the same time, to thank the search team," he said. On Tuesday, the Malaysian, Australian and Chinese governments issued a joint communique to announce the suspension of the search for the Boeing 777-200ER aircraft after unsuccessfully scouring 120,000km² of the southern Indian Ocean. The disappearance of Flight MH370 has been touted as one of the world's greatest aviation mysteries after the jetliner carrying 239 passengers and crew members vanished from the radar while en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014. Its final flight path was believed to have ended in the southern Indian Ocean. — Bernama
Bristol Post
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Bristol City have continued to have a busy transfer window with plenty of business being conducted yesterday. We are now approaching the final 10 days of the transfer period and yesterday City confirmed the sale of both Wes Burns and Richard O'Donnell and announced the signing of Fabian Giefer. After their FA Cup win against Fleetwood Town on Tuesday the squad now face their big league test against Nottingham Forest tomorrow. The pressure has been mounting on head coach Lee Johnson as...