Sky News
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been allowed to properly scrutinise? That is what Parliament is doing. And most modern legislation under Labour, the coalition, has had primary legislation, and the Parliament gives.
Sky News
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environment, you cannot just sweep them away, let the crown deal with tihs. If the exercise was about taking back control, and that was the promise, by his Parliament not been allowed to.
Daily Mail - USA
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BBC Parliament
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which corrects date on crime -- incident. The committee has recommended a new abuse register that should be established that those convicted of animal abuse offences, and those convicted of cruelty should never be allowed to keep animals again. The police should have the access.
BoingBoing
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Josh Begley doesn't give up easily. After 12 rejections, Apple finally allowed his app Metadata+ to be sold on iTunes. But what the App Store giveth, the App Store taketh away. (more)
21stCenturyWire
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As a result of these actions, the communication between the northern and southern parts of the city, with over 200 thousand inhabitants, has been completely interrupted. On February 18, a bridge in El Megle was completely destroyed in the vicinity of the city of Maadan, 60 kilometers east of Raqqa, ~ Sputnik Question: How does the rest of the population feel about Kurdish aspirations for independence from Syria? Answer: Syrians are not entirely surprised by these recent demands by the Kurds for autonomy. They are however upset by it. Syrians feel that the Kurds were allowed to come in and have lived in Syria for centuries and were treated fairly therefore the need to now take a part of the country and claim it as their own federation is quite frankly an insult to the hospitality they were shown. They feel as though the Kurds are being unappreciative and are only looking out for their own interest and not taking into account the Syrians that live in the area.
NewsMax
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Sky News
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seeing, that for secondary legislation, that always has to be the implicit consent of The only way that you can assess if you have got the ascent, is if you have the vote and debate. The government has not allowed us to.
Plymouth Herald
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BBC News 24
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It took 2014-2015, nine negative instruments were played against by the opposition and only one was allowed a debate and that was not on the floor of the house. In 2015-16, 19 were played against by the opposition and only five were allowed debates. Only in committee, not a single one was allowed a vote in the house
BBC Parliament
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is not true. In 2014, 2015, nine negative statutory instruments were played against by the Leader of the Opposition and only one was allowed a debate and that was not on the floor of the House and so it could not be a vital motion. 19 were prayed against by the opposition last year and only five were debates, only in committee, not a single one was about a vote in the House, this is not bringing back control to this.
Sky News
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that the existing parliamentary procedures allow for Parliament to scrutinise as many or as few statutory instruments, that is simply untrue. 2014/15, nine negative statuary instruments, and only one was allowed a debate, and that was not on the floor of the house
Sky News
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2015, 16, 19 from the opposition and only five allowed the beats, and only in committee. Not a single one was allowed a vote on the house. This is not bringing back control to the house, we will be worried unless he.
Plymouth Herald
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The Sun Daily
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BBC Parliament
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backbench business, all that is allowed in the parliamentary committee. Any more spare time, could you send it our way? We already have a list of debates waiting. We want clarification. On Tuesday during the backbench debate on Yemen, the right honourable member for Bournemouth East, the parliamentary undersecretary of state for foreign and Commonwealth affairs,.
BBC Parliament
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debate and I am powerless to change that. The backbench business committee asked for a minimum of 90 minutes for the debate but the printed order allowed a maximum of 90 minutes. The backbench business committee determines the subject matter of debates and the allocation of time and the way in which the order paper reflects that.
Fast Company
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Over the past decade and a half, 29 states have allowed police agencies and the FBI to search their repositories of drivers faces during investigations. I have zero confidence in the FBI and the [Justice Department], frankly, to keep this in check, Rep. Stephen Lynch, a Democrat from Massachusetts, said, joining the committees bipartisan chorus. After the hearing, Bedoya, a former chief counsel for Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota, noted that the topic had inspired a rare moment of agreement on both sides of the aisle. The opposition to the use of drivers licenses was remarkably strong and remarkably uniform across party lines, he said. In my five years as a Senate staffer, I never saw anything like it on a similar privacy issue. In some ways, the FBIs approach to face recognition resembles how police traditionally try to match fingerprints at a crime scene to those of criminals.
Washington Free Beacon
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Numerous Senate Democrats have reversed themselves on prior oppositions to filibusters and preventing Supreme Court nominees from getting "up-or-down" votes as they try to block the nomination of Neil Gorsuch. While they once decried the "tyranny of the minority" and the idea that judges could be blocked by the minority party, the Chuck Schumer-led party is changing course to stop President Trump's pick for the high court. Under the threat from Democrats to vote against cloture, Republicans are preparing to invoke the "nuclear option" to give Gorsuch a 51-vote threshold in order to allow his nomination to go before the full Senate, where he is essentially certain to be confirmed by the GOP majority. Democrats led by then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) first invoked the "nuclear option" in 2013, which allowed President Obama to get his executive-branch and lower-court nominations through the chamber with just 51 votes.
Global News
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A Toronto city councillor will put forth a motion to drop that city’s funding from their annual Pride Parade. Black Lives Matter stopped the parade last year and announced their demands must be met by the Pride committee, or the parade would not continue. I’m not sure why, or how, that was allowed to happen....
OK!
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Fadi Fawaz denied reports that he was 'banned' from attending George Michael's wake [Wenn] George Michael’s partner took to Twitter to deny that he wasnt welcome at the late star's wake. The former Wham! star was laid to rest in a small and intimate ceremony in North London yesterday, surrounded by friends and family. After photographs emerged of Fadi arriving at the service, reports suggested that he wasnt allowed to attend the the wake with other mourners. "Fadi was ...
South China Morning Post
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South China Morning Post
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Coventry Telegraph
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A ban on pavement parking has been in place in London for 40 years, but it is generally allowed outside the capital on roads without other restrictions