The Sun Daily
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RT
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BBC One South East
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Students are asked to sign a home-school agreement at the beginning of the sixth form If a student is allowed to continue despite serious reservations... It's a common policy but not one that works at every school. A lot of them make significant improvements between year 12 and the end of year 13, and I think schools need to have faith in their own students and to push them hard to achieve that potential.
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 Parliament
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Changes to the law came into effect from January 12 2000, and so since 2000, gay men and lesbians have been allowed to serve openly in the Armed Forces, and the UK's policy change has meant that personnel could no longer be fired me because of their sexuality.
BBC One East Midlands
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75 billion contract to build 60 trains for the new HS2 route. Are you looking for a UK manufacturer of them? We're not allowed to specify the nationality of the manufactured We're not allowed to specify the nationality of the manufacturer and indeed we expect to see an international presence in doing this, but I'm very clear that these trends need to be more than just a manufacturing contract.
TIME - Top Stories
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BBC Parliament
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The Turing conviction is one of the greatest travesties in modern justice. Today, such an appalling and wrong position would be unthinkable and rightly so. Only since 2000 have gay and lesbian people being allowed to serve openly in Her Majesty is Armed Forces and discrimination on sexual orientation basis is now rightly forbidden.
BBC News 24
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There will be screened that, so people can watch proceedings. Supporters haven't been allowed in just yet, but I met some through security, people who have come for this inauguration from across America, from states like North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
BBC Parliament
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An example could be prohibiting the consumption of alcohol, because even when off duty, presumably in rough seas, there could be an emergency situation, and crew men might be called upon at very short notice to carry out duties which would require a clear head. Although some shipping operators allowed alcohol off-duty, but state that crew must never be intoxicated at any time. And potentially breaching a requirement like potentially breaching a requirement a workplace, but also considered the person's home for much of the year as well.
ESPN Cricinfo
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Ruptly TV
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Journalist Ulrich Mattner guided a women-only group through Frankfurt's red light district, in a tourist tour known as 'Sex in the City,' on Thursday night. Mattner explained that the tour had been around for the past five years and that his connections to those working in the red light district allowed him to carry out such work. He took the group of women to visit two sex workers, one a dominatirx and the other a manager at a bar. SOT, Ulrich Mattner, Journalist (German): "The tour has been running for the past five years and today in Bordell we will go to Vanessa, to a dominatrix, and we're going to Claudia who is the manager of an Animier bar booth and we she will clarify why men will pay 300 euros for a bottle of champagne." Video ID: 20170120 030 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Derby Telegraph
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A Derby man who subjected a woman to a near three-hour frenzied attack will be sentenced today. Christopher Magee stamped on his victim's face so hard that when emergency services arrived at the address in Sinfin where it took place, they were unable to tell if tell if the person was a man or a woman, so severe were her injuries. The prosecution said that for a large part of the two-and-half to three-hour attack Miss A, as the victim is only allowed to be known as, was...
Derby Telegraph
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A Derby man who subjected a woman to a near three-hour frenzied attack is being sentenced today. Christopher Magee stamped on his victim's face so hard that when emergency services arrived at the address in Sinfin where it took place, they were unable to tell if tell if the person was a man or a woman, so severe were her injuries. The prosecution said that for a large part of the two-and-half to three-hour attack Miss A, as the victim is only allowed to be known as, was...
ESPN Cricinfo
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PressTV News
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WhoWhatWhy
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I think that if California doesnt want to do that, it wont have to do it. You can continue your present funding formula. But what he’s trying to do is take existing federal funding that has a specific purpose, one to help poor kids and to go directly to those schools where they’re enrolled and two, I believe he’ll also be dipping into money for special education and kids with disabilities because he didnt say he was going to spend new money on education, so those are the two pots of money that he can raise and say this is money going to the states and it’s going to be turned into money to be used for charters or vouchers and presumably they might even include public schools as one of the choices you’re allowed to make. So if a state like California says we dont want what you’re offering, that money could be used for more charter schools, I mean California already has more charter schools than any other state and frankly, I think that the state has too many charter schools and as in every state, not enough supervision.
Oxford Mail
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ABOUT 20 homeless people living in a former garage in Iffley Road have been awarded the right to stay following the threat of eviction.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
BAGAN DATUK: Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng should take proactive steps to reduce the number of fatal road accidents and not politicise the installation of the Automated Enforcement System (AES) cameras on the island. Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai said the government's decision to install the AES cameras was to educate road users to be careful and always alert when driving. "He should not bring up the issue and politicise it. He should be concerned about how to help reduce road accidents, regardless of our political differences," he told the media after the launch of the official WeChat application account 'My Perak' in Hutan Melintang near here today. He was commenting on Lim's recent statement that no AES cameras would be allowed to be installed in Penang. According to Liow, the cameras would only be installed upon the request of the local authorities.
Auto Express
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Derby Telegraph
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Derby County allowed Andreas Weimann to go out on loan because of the numbers in the squad vying for one place in the team.Weimann, Johnny Russell, Abdoul Camara, Ikechi Anya and Matej Vydra have all played on the left side of a 4-3-3 at times this season.But Weimann has made only two starts all season and just one since Steve McClaren returned to the club as manager.He has now joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan until the end of the season in a bid to find regular first-team...
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
No one doubted that Shyamalan had a gifted eye, however, and we hoped that putting him in charge of someone else's projects might help him rediscover his groove. This theory was mistaken, as anyone who has seen The Last Airbender (2010) and After Earth (2013) will tell you; that pair of back-to-back flops would have killed most careers. Fortunately, the low-budget horrormeister Jason Blum saw an opportunity. The head of Blumhouse Productionshome to the Paranormal Activity , Sinister , and The Purge franchises—gave Shyamalan $5 million for The Visit (2015), a found-footage, faux-documentary story about a pair of kids who visit their grandparents for the first time, only to discover that something is not quite right about the pair of oldsters. The microbudget and the artistic freedom it allowed let Shyamalan get back to doing what he does best: telling smaller stories about families in crisis in well-shot films filled with horror trappings that culminate in surprise endings.
BBC Parliament
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Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
No one doubted that Shyamalan had a gifted eye, however, and we hoped that putting him in charge of someone else's projects might help him rediscover his groove. This theory was mistaken, as anyone who has seen The Last Airbender (2010) and After Earth (2013) will tell you; that pair of back-to-back flops would have killed most careers. Fortunately, the low-budget horrormeister Jason Blum saw an opportunity. The head of Blumhouse Productionshome to the Paranormal Activity , Sinister , and The Purge franchises—gave Shyamalan $5 million for The Visit (2015), a found-footage, faux-documentary story about a pair of kids who visit their grandparents for the first time, only to discover that something is not quite right about the pair of oldsters. The microbudget and the artistic freedom it allowed let Shyamalan get back to doing what he does best: telling smaller stories about families in crisis in well-shot films filled with horror trappings that culminate in surprise endings.