ITV
41 minutes
About time things change and they are not there because they are women, they are there because they are experienced and able and culturally it will change. Young women joining the police seeing Cressida DFick, he would think when I met her in 1983, that she would end up with the top job in the country. -- Cressida Dick.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Schools must ensure the transgender students, like all students, are able to learn in a safe environment. But advocates for LGBT students have already begun speaking out. The guidance has changed and saved lives, and has hurt nobody. Withdrawing it will only create confusion now, and fear, for students who already face grave risks. Legal experts now warn this change could impact some pending court cases.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Are you talking about illegal abortion? I am talking about legalised abortion. They said in a 7-2 in 1973 that a woman should be able to choose if she wants a safe abortion. And abortion is not safe. There are still women who are dying in the United States from legalised abortion. You can go to just about any pro life.
BBC News 24
2 hours
We will do anything to save the life of the mother and also the life of the child. But what if you cannot? What if you have to make a choice? What then? Then that decision has to be made by that particular woman's husband, her pastor, or her priest. But not the woman herself? If the woman is able to make the decision herself, then it is her decision.
BBC News 24
3 hours
But this is not something the federal government should be involved in, it is a states rights issue. In this draft letter, officials say they are withdrawing previous guidance, as many have struggled to understand and apply the statements of policy. However, it says it will not diminish the protections from bullying and harassment that are available to all students. Schools must ensure the transgender students, like all students, are able to learn in a safe environment.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Schools must ensure the transgender students, like all students, are able to learn in a safe environment. But advocates for LGBT students have already begun speaking out. The guidance has changed and saved lives, and has hurt nobody. Withdrawing it will only create confusion now, and fear, for students who already face grave risks. Legal experts now warn this change could impact some pending court cases.
BBC News 24
5 hours
In this draft letter, officials say they are withdrawing previous guidance, as many have struggled to understand and apply the statements of policy. However, it says it will not diminish the protections from bullying and harassment that are available to all students. Schools must ensure the transgender students, like all students, are able to learn in a safe environment.
The Sun Daily - Business
6 hours
The Iran Project
6 hours
Take the Trump administration’s recent threats against Iran. The Iranian public does not seem particularly alarmed. These are threats that it has heard a thousand times before. The more fatalist among them shrug and say, “God does what God wills.” But the more combative say, “Let them come and get a taste of us. Iran isnt Iraq or Afghanistan.” The group that is driven to despair by Trumps threats is the small minority of intellectuals in and out of Iran. They are concerned that a fight between Iran and the U.S. can only end in Iran’s defeat and destruction. This view, it seems to me, is born of their vantage point. That is, if they get off of their knees and look carefully, they might be able to see a better and broader vista. Two short essays that were recently published in the liberal LobeLog are representative of the alarmist interpretations of the present situation.
Sky News
6 hours
Everything's focused on preparing for life outside. You pay for your TV? Yes. 3 euros every week. To British eyes, this may not look like punishment, but the Dutch say it works. What does it mean to you being able to come and go? It gives you more responsibility, and you don't have to ask the guard every time to open the door for you.
Politico
6 hours
DeVos voiced similar concerns during her confirmation process last month. “Please note that this withdrawal of these guidance documents does not leave students without protections from discrimination, bullying, or harassment,” the letter said. “All schools must ensure that all students, including LGBT students, are able to learn and thrive in a safe environment.” “The Department of Education Office for Civil Rights will continue its duty under law to hear all claims of discrimination and will explore every appropriate opportunity to protect all students and to encourage civility in our classrooms,” the agencies added. “The Department of Education and the Department of Justice are committed to the application of Title IX and other federal laws to ensure such protection.” In a statement, DeVos said: “We have a responsibility to protect every student in America and ensure that they have the freedom to learn and thrive in a safe and trusted environment.
Techradar - Reviews
6 hours
Last but not least, theres a flap on the bottom of the speaker that reveals the microUSB charging port. Theres no aux jack here so dont expect to be able to use the Fugoo Go with legacy devices. Its Bluetooth or nothing. Performance The Fugoo Go sounds good, but bass isnt its strong suit. We found the sound signature to be relatively balanced with energetic highs and lush mids which are perfect for vocal music and podcasts. Bass response is nice and tight, but the speakers just cant create as much impact as we would have liked. One unique design aspect of the Fugoo Go is that you can lay the speaker flat on its back for 360-degree sound or lay it up on its side for a more directional listening experience. On its back, the Fugoo Go disperses sound well and can fill a small room without any problem.
Politico
7 hours
For Tillerson, there’s an added challenge: Trump’s foreign policy views are mercurial at best, and the two are not always in lockstep on the issues. Tillerson is “clearly a very talented and able guy,” said Eliot Cohen, a former State official who now teaches at Johns Hopkins University. “The problem is that this is the Trump administration, and one has to surmise that he is not where the president is on some of his zanier days.” How the department will deal with the media is just one of a slew of questions being asked across the State Department, where career employees are increasingly frustrated by shortages in staffing, cuts in certain divisions and an overall lack of direction from the top. “We have a hell of a lot of smart people sitting on their hands because there isnt any policy guidance coming down,” one State source said. Meanwhile, several dozen Trump-appointed political staffers have arrived in Foggy Bottom, many of whom are still learning the ropes and are wary of engaging with the civil servants.
ABC News - Western Australia
7 hours
People with an incapacity or disability that makes it difficult for them to vote at ballot boxes will be able to have their say at the March state election via the internet, a first for Western Australia.
Voice Of America
7 hours
The performance left museum-goers intrigued. "It is rather extraordinary. We are asking ourselves: What he will do for a week? How he will live? We arrived just as he went in this work of art, and I hope we will be able to follow, on the internet at least, how it will evolve," Maylis Boxberger, a Paris resident visiting the museum with her son Charles, told Reuters TV. In 2014, Poincheval spent 13 days living inside a hollowed-out bear sculpture, eating worms and beetles to follow a bear's diet.
BBC One Northern Ireland
7 hours
I think we have shown that we are not ready... The position of concern... THEY TALK OVER EACH OTHER. They have 38 seats, they do not have a majority. They should not be able to walk the majority will.
Radar Online
8 hours
Techradar
8 hours
That said, it's still amusing to think that one of the latest systems to just now get in (or rather, back in) on one of gaming's biggest, best-selling brands of all time is Microsoft's own, considering it sort of owns Minecraft after purchasing Mojang for $2.5 billion back in 2014. Thankfully for owners of the previous version, anyone who purchased the game for Windows Phone 8 will be able to download the Windows 10 Mobile version at no additional charge . Why you shouldn't write off Windows 10 Mobile just yet
BBC Two England
8 hours
It talked about people being able to buy but it also talked about people being able to rent, both social housing and in the private rented sector. It looked at all of them and the house-building numbers now, as the housing minister said, people can't live in planning permissions, and the number of houses built last year was 190,000, so we are on track to build the 1 million houses over the parliament.
BBC Two England
8 hours
We do need it. It's absolutely key. For our young people to have a future. We've got generation rent, haven't we. They need to feel secure, being able to afford to invest in their communities.
BBC Two England
8 hours
Debbie Abrahams, that sounds like what should be able Labour policy, with respect. What happened there? It is a Labour policy. You were in government all those years. It's a fair point and we didn't get everything right.
BBC One Wales
8 hours
In an elected House of Lords, which you want to see, you wouldn't be able to be free to vote according to your conscience. You'd be far more closely tied in with the will of the people. You say you want to represent the whole of Wales. Well, Wales voted to leave. Yes, I understand that, but this is such a historic decision. This, for me, is one of the biggest decisions I've taken as a politician, about the whole future of the country.
BBC Two England
8 hours
One of the things I think, areas of the country, I think it was in your introduction, where we had trait in macro changes in trade and globalisation, there are parts of the country and people that haven't kept up with the changes and haven't therefore been able to be as successful as they should have been.
BBC One Northern Ireland
8 hours
Just a minute. It was right and proper that we should have been able to put the case for Brexit. Let me finish my point. I'll come to it in a moment. The fact is that David Cameron and his fellow in London, George Osborne and all the rest, where putting all the weight of the Tory governments behind the remain campaign.