BBC One Northern Ireland
13 minutes
No political institution of the world -- in the world would have survived the alleged corruption we have witnessed over the last few months. It is not about an attempt to increase the mandate, this is about defending the principles of the Good Friday Agreement, defending the Good Friday Agreement and defending the integrity of government.
Haaretz
40 minutes
While visiting Lebanon, the far-right presidential candidate says she would permit dual citizenship if France and the other country in question had signed an agreement.
Derby Telegraph
an hour
Mid Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham is to write to Derby City Council leader Ranjit Banwait,urging him to settle the ongoing dispute between the authority and Unison over a fair pay review which took place last year.At the same time, Derby South MP Dame Margaret Becket said she has been encouraging both sides to come to an agreement as soon as possible.Both MPs say they have had representations from the council, parents and striking workers during the dispute, which started last June...
ABC News - International
an hour
South China Morning Post
an hour
Politico
an hour
Kelly also is visiting Guatemala. But statements from the agencies have said border security is on the discussion menu, and that Peña Nieto is among the people the pair will meet. Trump repeatedly targeted Mexico during his presidential campaign, saying the country was sending rapists and drug dealers across the border and insisting that it was taking advantage of the U.S. through the North American Free Trade Agreement. Mexico is America’s third-largest trading partner, and millions of jobs in both countries rely on that relationship. Over the weekend, a group of Democratic U.S. senators visited Mexico to try to calm fears over the Trump administration’s direction and speak out against Trump’s calls for a border wall. Mexico has insisted it will not pay for that wall, which by some estimates will cost more than $20 billion. One of the visiting senators, Ben Cardin of Maryland, told CNN on Tuesday that Tillerson and Kelly will “hear pretty clearly the hostilities on the wall.
The Sun Daily - Business
an hour
Nottingham Evening Post
2 hours
A community leisure centre could face closure after a council said it was no longer prepared to run it despite public opposition to the loss of the swimming baths. Meden Sports Centre, in Warsop, near Mansfield, has a swimming pool and a gym and also runs workout classes throughout the week. The building, in Burns Lane, is owned by Nottinghamshire County Council but managed by Mansfield District Council under a joint agreement. On Tuesday, the district council announced it will...
Derby Telegraph
2 hours
Mid Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham is to write to Derby City Council leader Ranjit Banwait,urging him to settle the ongoing dispute between the authority and Unison over a fair pay review which took place last year.At the same time, Derby South MP Dame Margaret Becket said she has been encouraging both sides to come to an agreement as soon as possible.Both MPs say they have had representations from the council, parents and striking workers during the dispute, which started last June...
Voice Of America
3 hours
German officials have proposed that the European Union relax some human rights safeguards so that more asylum seekers can be deported while awaiting the outcome of their cases, according to a working paper seen by Reuters. The paper is among many under discussion in Brussels as the EU, which has taken in more than 1.3 million migrants and refugees since the start of 2015, makes it tougher for them to get in and be allowed to stay. The paper said the proposal would only kick in at times of a "mass influx" of people to the bloc. "This is another element in efforts to energize readmission of people to wherever they came from," said one Brussels-based diplomat. The EU currently has an agreement allowing the return of asylum seekers only with Turkey. If approved, the proposal could enable such transfers to other places as well, including south of the Mediterranean, diplomats said.
NASA - on the station
3 hours
Herald Courier
4 hours
Proactive Investors USA
4 hours
Voice Of America
4 hours
The Herald - Business
4 hours
BMW Blog
4 hours
Beijing Bulletin
5 hours
BBC One Wales
5 hours
The First Minister Carwyn Jones has also written to Boris Johnson urging the Foreign Secretary to pursue the matter with the US authorities. In his letter Mr John states that it is passport holders should not be affected by the US government 's travel ban which has been suspended. Adding it appears that both the UK Government 's travel advice and the UK's agreement with the US government have been disregarded in this instance.
ITV
5 hours
You sign more controversial aspects of the employment practice. You sign an agreement, but that employment practice. You sign an agreement, but that is more agreeing to kind agreement, but that is more agreeing to kind of conduct type things. agreement, but that is more agreeing to kind of conduct type things. I have just got back from to kind of conduct type things. I have just got back from a trial shift at Deliveroo. They give you all shift at Deliveroo. They give you all of the uniform. And this absolutely They give you all of the uniform.
Washington Free Beacon
5 hours
Many experts have noted that Iran's leadership has not moderated its stance on Israel since signing the landmark nuclear deal with the U.S. and five other world powers in July 2015. "There is absolutely no indication of one iota of moderation by the Iranian elite in their hostile intentions toward Israel since the conclusion of the Iran nuclear agreement. Iranian policy in this regard is driven by the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps," Dore Gold, former director-general of Israel's Foreign Ministry, told the Jerusalem Post last week. "In September 2015, Khamenei himself said that the nuclear agreement would not change the destruction of Israel in 25 years," said Gold, who currently heads the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. "Those who asserted that the Iran nuclear agreement would lead to a moderation of Iranian attitudes were completely wrong.
Nottingham Evening Post
5 hours
A community leisure centre could face closure after a council said it was no longer prepared to run it despite public opposition to the loss of the swimming baths. Meden Sports Centre, in Warsop, near Mansfield, has a swimming pool and a gym and also runs workout classes throughout the week. The building, in Burns Lane, is owned by Nottinghamshire County Council but managed by Mansfield District Council under a joint agreement. On Tuesday, the district council announced it will...
BBC Parliament
5 hours
The third agreement that has been advanced against this measure is that the overseas Territories are doing it anyway. So were told it not necessary to back this new clause six because the overseas Territories are well under way towards doing the right thing, but that goes back to the question of what it is that they are doing. So if it is the case that the reducing registers, then that is welcome. Of my question still stands, why is it we thought transparency was a good thing and now no longer believe that transparency is a good thing? We have we set the bar.
Variety
5 hours
Viacom has set an interim committee of internal executives including film group chief Marc Evans and TV head Amy Powell to run Paramount Pictures until a successor can be found for outgoing studio chief Brad Grey. Grey is finalizing his exit deal and an agreement could be reached as early as Tuesday. He has three... Read more »
Washington Free Beacon
6 hours
Many experts have noted that Iran's leadership has not moderated its stance on Israel since signing the landmark nuclear deal with the U.S. and five other world powers in July 2015. "There is absolutely no indication of one iota of moderation by the Iranian elite in their hostile intentions toward Israel since the conclusion of the Iran nuclear agreement. Iranian policy in this regard is driven by the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps," Dore Gold, former director-general of Israel's Foreign Ministry, told the Jerusalem Post last week. "In September 2015, Khamenei himself said that the nuclear agreement would not change the destruction of Israel in 25 years," said Gold, who currently heads the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. "Those who asserted that the Iran nuclear agreement would lead to a moderation of Iranian attitudes were completely wrong.