BBC News 24
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Criticism of the US policy has policies. Criticism of the US policy has been that we're in an era of low growth and many appointees want to see growth and many appointees want to see that change and they are hoping they will be able to do it by instituting some key changes to the direction of economy.
BBC Parliament
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He is going to bring forward a Private Members' Bill and I hope this meets with the same success that he met with on an earlier occasion and I would like to say also, I think it's particularly impressive record for one who has been in Parliament for a relatively short time to be able to introduce the sort of ground-breaking legislation onto the statute book. forward in a spirit of tolerance and diversity which we've all celebrated.
BBC News 24
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I spoke to a female patient who had been on the same ward as this man and she told me that she was disgusted that it had been able to go on for so long and it was an open secret that he been there for two years and been fed and watered and he treated it like a hotel. She says that nerve to talk to him or get notified of the story and the hospital would go on camera.
Sky News
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Why did you feel you needed to come? I felt I needed to come today because I voted for Donald Trump, so I think I should come out and support him. I've wanted to come because it's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity opportunity to be able to come out and see some video I voted for.
ITV
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You might be able to see it is starting to rain but we do not care. Just hours before we see Donald Trump being sworn in as the 45th American President. People have been queueing for hours. I'm joined by a handful of them.
TIME - Top Stories
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A convoy of rescue vehicles made slow progress to the hotel, blocked by snow piled three meters (10 feet) high in some places, fallen trees and rocks. The first rescue teams had arrived on skis early Thursday, and firefighters were dropped in by helicopter. Snowmobiles were also being mobilized. Days of heavy snowfall had knocked out electricity and phone lines in many central Italian towns and hamlets, and the hotel phones went down early Wednesday, just as the first of four powerful earthquakes struck the region. It wasn't clear if the quakes triggered the avalanche. But emergency responders said the force of the massive snow slide collapsed a wing of the hotel that faced the mountain and rotated another off its foundation, pushing it downhill. One of the survivors reported that the guests had all checked out and were waiting for the road to be cleared to be able to leave.
BBC One West Midlands
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You can read all the papers you like but until you have the people sat in front of you telling you exactly how it feels to not be able to move around their city centre or that they can't get a house that's suitable for them to live in, you don't really get the human feeling of it.
Derby Telegraph
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Derby people will be able to challenge themselves - and get the kids away from the computer - at a new climbing activity centre set to open soon.Clip 'n Climb is being launched by Emma Haslam-O'Toole, daughter of world racing champion 'Rocket' Ron Haslam, and her husband John O'Toole on Wednesday, February 8.It's the latest business idea from the Haslam family - a famous Derbyshire clan known for their adventurous spirit. Already well established is The Honda Ron Haslam Race School, which...
BBC One London
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We desperately need people to use public transport in London. We are so short of road space. So here we are actually being able to extend the public transport. It's accessible for more of the community. The projects will cost £1.2 billion and most of it has been funded by the private sector. If everything goes according to plan, the first tubes will leave here at the end of 2020.
BBC Parliament
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I believe it is a good bill. It is needed because UK merchant ships are classified as residences as well as workplaces, meaning ship owners have been able to make their own rules about what is as isn't allowed to happen on board, and I know during his contribution to the debate, my honourable friend the Member for Shipley raised this point, and so I did just want to say, as have and women work in close confinement as well, sorry think in close confinement as well, sorry think it is right and proper that we deal with this, call it an anomaly even through this bill.
BBC One West
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They won't be able to walk, talk, eat, drink. You know, all the really basic things that we do. It might be that they have cognitive needs so they're thinking skills will be impaired which makes decision-making, problem-solving, communicating more difficult.
BBC One West
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He's in the Brain Injury Rehab Unit at Frenchay which is officially opening its new building today. Almost doubling in size to 52 beds. Caring for people who've been in road accidents, had nasty falls, or severe strokes. For some people, they won't be able to look after themselves at all.
BBC Parliament
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Members of the UK Merchant Navy have been awarded that the Tory relevant to campaign medals. I would now like to turn to the issue of homosexuality in the Merchant Navy. Between 1950 and the 1980s, life at sea was one of the few opportunities for gay men to be themselves. They were able to embrace life at sea with enthusiasm and often more confidence than at home on land, often taking part in performances, crew shows, being members of the catering staff, and so on.
EDIS Emergency & Disaster Alert
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At least 29 people were taken to hospital after what appears to be a food poisoning incident at a Humber College residence. Paramedics were called to the residence at 203 Humber College Blvd., near Highway 427 and Finch Avenue, around 9:30 p.m. on Thursday. Paramedics said the patients were taken to hospital. All of the patients were able to walk but they had abdominal pain and were vomiting.
BBC Parliament
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I would like to start by congratulating my honourable friend for Salisbury. -- the merchant shipping, sexual conduct Bill. He has a history of being able to bring this bill for it to the chamber. As we heard, this is his second Private Members' Bill.
BBC News 24
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She was able to walk on her own and then when she is put on the stretcher she appears to gesture to other people. We have also seen pictures of a boy being rescued as well. We know that men, women and children have all been seen sheltering under this collapsed ceiling.
BBC Parliament
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It's identified an anomaly in the law and it seeks to address that. I think it's something that will make life easier for employers and employees of the Merchant Navy and it's able to step forward. I notice incidentally, I don't think this has been touched on this morning, there is a Merchant Navy day, annually, on the 3rd of September.
BBC Two England
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Barry can play as well from behind as in front. It's always nicer to get off to a good start. Am I able to put you on the spoz as I have been doing all week and say who is going to win? You can but you will be left hanging for the answer! Thank you very much, I will ask you again throughout the afternoon.
Adweek
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Nigel Johnson, on a trip to Disney World, couldnt fit into the restraints on his favorite ride, setting him on a course of action that saw him lose a stunning 140 pounds, and found a much different man looking back in the (gym) mirror. Dee Edgar got swept up in the demands of raising a family, but with some nudging from her own mother (the kind of thing that could really go both ways), lost the weight again. None of those examples might seem particularly novel. The ad still deals in clichés, as life sometimes does. But Tarn, the force behind 2005s Black Sun, succeeds in making the stories all seem both personal, and credible. Thats important because, despite the brands clear agenda, its opportunity also lies in empowering viewers to believe they have control over their own bodies, and might be able to change their habits to ultimately feel better about themselves.
Derby Telegraph
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Derby people will be able to challenge themselves - and get the kids away from the computer - at a new climbing activity centre set to open soon.Clip 'n Climb is being launched by Emma Haslam-O'Toole, daughter of world racing champion 'Rocket' Ron Haslam, and her husband John O'Toole on Wednesday, February 8.It's the latest business idea from the Haslam family - a famous Derbyshire clan known for their adventurous spirit. Already well established is The Honda Ron Haslam Race School, which...
TIME - Top Stories
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In one study, he asked people who regularly slept seven to 8.5 hours a night to shorten their sleep by going to bed a certain amount of time later each night. Volunteers started by pushing back their bedtime one hour during the first week, and then pushed it back by 1.5 hours for the next three weeks. After doing this and waking up at the same time each morning, people were able to successfully functionand get high-quality sleepon just six to 6.5 hours of sleep each night. Gradually going to bed later might work well for some, but Horne says he wouldn't recommend it for people who already feel like their sleep time is constricted. If you feel sleepy during the day, Horne said, then six hours is probably not enough for you. Instead, he says, focus on getting quality sleep rather than worrying about the quantity. Making better use of your waking hours is another way to thrive on less sleep.
BBC Parliament
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Therefore he is... He has been able to bring his bill forward as the first one this morning. And before I start, I just wish to mention very briefly, was named after Shore Savile.
The Sun Daily
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A renters market with the increase in vacated leases/rentals and a buyers' market for those who are able to negotiate good deals.
PC Pro
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Just like the Tesla Powerwall 2, the Nissan xStorage solves this problem by storing energy when there’s an excess, and then releasing it when the sun is down – effectively levelling things out. How does the Nissan xStorage work? As with the Tesla Powerwall 2, the Nissan xStorage uses lithium-ion batteries to store solar energy in the day to be used at night. The Nissan xStorage also comes in two distinct versions: two “Second Lifemodels that uses reconditioned batteries from old Nissan Leafs, and currently one system that only use new batteries. Interestingly, Nissan says the xStorage also comes with solar inverters already integrated into the home battery. These inverters are bidirectional, which means, in the future, battery would be able to sell energy back to the grid, if the opportunity presented itself. Nissan xStorage: Price The Nissan xStorage is currently available in two forms, a second-life version, and a more expensive, powerful version that uses only brand-new batteries.