BBC Radio Wales
an hour
donation but I think of the time um I think for people he must be like a lot of problems trying to get an agenda through and you mentioned the process that you made with civil rights and the his presidency got off the voice shaky start didn't it I mean he himself admitted that it was a bit of a disaster that was for example the Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba things to things and get off to the best of starts to play well we we go again from the eyes of a child or just the pictures and I'll remember the Cuban missile crisis because we were told by a teacher that's cool you know but we might come back to school the next day and we are not talking about you know it you know growing up in the cold war it was all.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
if successful test puts more pressure on North Korea's adversaries president trump has been contemplating military action but there are difficulties particularly now that North Korea has the ability to fire missiles from mobile trucks which can't be detected easily before launch 6 out of 10 parents have confessed to borrowing money from the piggy banks and other savings of their children a survey for the Nationwide Building Society suggests that mums and dads Penshaw almost £50 every year from their offspring excuses offered including need English change for parking metres and paying for school lunches more than a third of the parents question admitted never paying back what they say and that's all for me until 7:30 and not guilty.
The Economic Times
3 hours
Singh admitted that even though the virus spreads through Aedes Aegypti mosquito, which is endemic to Ahmedabad, there was no cascading number in case of Zika.
The Economic Times
3 hours
Deliberately didn't reveal Zika cases: Guj govtSingh admitted that even though the virus spreads through Aedes Aegypti mosquito, which is endemic to Ahmedabad, there was no cascading number in case of Zika.
Daily Express - Football
3 hours
Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
3 hours
TOM Killick has admitted summer is the most “stressfultime of his year – and said his attempts to lure new players to Poole Town reminded him of Saturday nights during his youth.
Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
4 hours
TOM Killick has admitted summer is the most "stressful" time of his year – and said his attempts to lure new players to Poole Town reminded him of Saturday nights during his youth.
Daily Express - Showbiz
4 hours
BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT judge Alesha Dixon has admitted Amanda Holden’s nipples are the real stars of the show as they can get more attention than the acts.
The Herald
7 hours
THE Home Secretary has admitted she does not know how many jihadis have returned to the UK from Syria and warned the terror network behind the Manchester bomber could still be at large.
Radar Online
7 hours
Politico
8 hours
#FakeNews is the enemy!” Aside from bringing in additional aides to handle the Russia probe, the president's senior aides say that his strategy for confronting the crises — or for pushing a stalled legislative agendaremains unclear. Senior aides and long-time confidants admitted not knowing who Trump would hire, how safe the jobs of top staff are, what the White House's agenda is for the coming days, or what — if anything — they can accomplish. “We are letting others dictate entirely how we are perceived, one White House official said. “The calendar changes every day. There is no rhyme or reason to a lot of it.” Chief of staff Reince Priebus’s future remains uncertain, as it has been for several months. Shake-ups in Trump’s world can be slow to materialize or never happen, but White House senior aides regularly criticize Priebus in conversations with reporters.
Politico
8 hours
#FakeNews is the enemy!” Aside from bringing in additional aides to handle the Russia probe, the president's senior aides say that his strategy for confronting the crises — or for pushing a stalled legislative agendaremains unclear. Senior aides and long-time confidants admitted not knowing who Trump would hire, how safe the jobs of top staff are, what the White House's agenda is for the coming days, or what — if anything — they can accomplish. “We are letting others dictate entirely how we are perceived, one White House official said. “The calendar changes every day. There is no rhyme or reason to a lot of it.” Chief of staff Reince Priebus’s future remains uncertain, as it has been for several months. Shake-ups in Trump’s world can be slow to materialize or never happen, but White House senior aides regularly criticize Priebus in conversations with reporters.
The Herald - Rugby
8 hours
James Haskell linked up with the British and Irish Lions on Sunday, and admitted: "It is a once in a lifetime opportunity."
Sky News
10 hours
Earlier today the Home Secretary admitted that members of Salman Abedi's terror network might still be at large. Amber Rudd issued the warning as police made a public appeal for information about his last movements, as Tom Rayner reports. For all the sensitivity, the politicians knew.
The Herald - Scottish Premier League
10 hours
DEREK McInnes last night admitted it would take “something special” for him to leave Aberdeen as Sunderland step up their attempts to replace Davie Moyes as manager.
RT
10 hours
Sky News
11 hours
Gary reaches the finish line faster than expected but next year, Lizzie says they will be starting the race together. Earlier today, the Home Secretary admitted that members.
OK!
11 hours
On the last series of Strictly Come Dancing, Will Young left both viewers and fans shocked when he suddenly quit the hit BBC One dance show. The 38-year-old's exit came just as he got into an awkward exchange with former head judge Len Goodman. Will had just danced a Bollywood-themed Salsa with Karen Clifton to Jai Ho by the Pussycat Dolls. However, Len wasn't too impressed with the lack of Salsa content in the dance and admitted that there was on seven to ...
Daily Express
11 hours
NICOLA Sturgeon last night admitted she was willing to put Jeremy Corbyn into No.10 – even though she does not think he is “credible”.
Daily Mail - Football
11 hours
The 23-year-old is regarded as one of Europe's finest young stoppers and admitted on Sunday night that Benfica's cup final victory over Vitoria was 'probably my last game' for the club.
Daily Express
11 hours
NICOLA Sturgeon last night admitted she was willing to put Jeremy Corbyn into No.10 – even though she does not think he is “credible”.
Sky News
12 hours
Secretary admitted that the terror network might still be at large. Amber Rudd issued the warning after police released CCTV stills of Abedi on the day of the attack, as they asked the public for information about his last movements. Our political correspondent Tom Rayner reports
Sky News
12 hours
of that with you so that you always have a part of Manchester with you. It shows of unity in this city, the investigation continues with more arrests and raids. The Home Secretary admitted.
Nottingham Evening Post
17 hours
A 24-year-old man has been jailed for four years after admitting a series of drugs charges.Sam Guy Butler, of Porchester Close, Hucknall, was jailed at Nottingham Crown Court on Thursday (May 25) after pleading guilty to three counts of possession of a Class A drug with intent to supply and possession of a Class B drug with intent to supply. He also admitted possession of criminal property.Read more: 3,000 runners take part in Nottingham 10k - can you spot yourself?Officers from Nottinghamshire...