BBC News 24
2 minutes
Believe it or not, these pictures have all been painted with spray paint. They've been pieced together splodge by splodge by the SprayPrinter device. My daughter wanted a unicorn on her wall, but I couldn't draw. So that pushed me towards creating this device
Daily Express - Entertainment
5 minutes
STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI’S alleged leak may well have been a hoax, it is now thought.
Sky News
8 minutes
at the end, and is a simple choice between two different people who believe the country, one is Jeremy Corbyn with a dreadful track record of indecision and failure, not to mention supporting terrorist organisations, and a leader in Theresa May who I think a.
ITV
27 minutes
Most people think that I am ginger. They don't believe me when I say that I dye it. With Olia having no ammonia, I would say, don't be scared to be bold with colours. It's kind to your scalp. And conditioning, it leaves your hair really nice and shiny, and vibrant. I just love the vivid colour
BBC One London
32 minutes
against him. You can't believe that's happened in the last 12 years from what he has achieved and he wants, you know it may not be popular, but he said make the right decision. Is he right there has been a lack of respect?.
BBC One London
34 minutes
I believe some club is people who make decisions, no make the right decisions and that's why I think the board is important and the manager is important in a football club. What has gone wrong in the modern.
BBC One London
34 minutes
hurt. I don't believe that kind of behaviour reflect what is Arsenal is and the values that Arsenal carries. Can you see that moment, will you walk out of dressing room for the last time, it has been your life. Of course I can see that. I'm not.
BBC One London
35 minutes
disgrace. And I will never accept that. I believe there is a difference between being criticised and being treated in a way that a human being, I don't deserve to be treated. I will never forget that
Sky News
39 minutes
precautionary but clearly they have found something in a property or believe they may have found something of an concern to evacuate the surrounding properties and call on the bomb disposal unit. The researchers are continuing in the area of Moss Side
Financial Times
an hour
Fiction is brain-food for leaders and fuels their appetite for make-believe
TopRank
an hour
In today’s business world, a strong company culture is no longer a “nice to have.” It’s a business imperative. In fact, according to Deloitte’s 2016 Global Human Capital Trends survey , 82% of respondents said they believe culture is a potential competitive advantage. Few factors contribute more to business success than culture—the system of values, beliefs, and behaviors that shape how real work gets done within an organization.” Deloitte states. “Culture brings together the implicit and explicit reward systems that define how an organization works in practice, no matter what an organizational chart, business strategy, or corporate mission statement may say. As a result, showcasing company culture has become a useful marketing tactic, with brands often using social mediaespecially Instagram—to get the word out. With more than 700 million people using Instagram every month , Instagram can be an incredible tool for building brand awareness and affinity, and showing (not telling) your followers what you’re all about.
Goal
2 hours
The Premier League club know they will have to pay a premium for their top targets this summer and they believe the 23-year-old is value for money
BBC News 24
2 hours
first one, I've never been to one before and I love Radio 1. It is quite significant for Hull. Definitely. I can't believe it has come to somewhere like Hull. You are smiling so come to somewhere like Hull. You are.
Sky News
2 hours
The police are sounding confident and they say they have made significant arrests, but believe there is still some way to go. Live to Cheetham Hill and Sky's Frazer Maude
Sky News
2 hours
In Merseyside, the police have searched a pizzeria that they believe is somehow linked to Monday's attack. Mohammed El-Hudarey told me his business partner had recently rented a flat to him. He found a lot of things which were strange. He found a piece of metal in the bathroom
Sky News
2 hours
We believe that is coming to an end now. We'll bring you the latest from that. Jeremy Corbyn has a wobble as his plans to focus on grassroots football are overshadowed by the row over national security. Also today: Family trouble - claims Donald Trump's son-in-law had undisclosed contact with the Russians during the presidential campaign. The president is at the G7 Summit with other world leaders
BBC News 24
2 hours
but since then it's a flower show. Our customers at night are kind of, you know, especially what I believe lovers. When they fight with each other one thing can fix that relationship, it's flowers
Sky News
2 hours
The police are sounding confident and they say they have made significant arrests, but believe there is still some way to go. Dr Evan Lawrence is a Lecturer of Policing and Terrorism Specialist.
Sky News
2 hours
across the city and beyond. The aim now is to establish Abedi's movements before the attack and the people Abedi was in contact with. In Merseyside, the police have searched a pizzeria that they believe is somehow linked to Monday's attack
Al Jazeera
2 hours
UK police believe they have "got hold of a large part of the network" linked to a suicide bomber that killed at least 22 people in Manchester. Raids and arrests have continued as police search for anyone with knowledge of or involvement in the attack. Al Jazeera’s Rob Matheson reports from London. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
BBC News 24
3 hours
They have also said that during the searches of the various addresses they have discovered some items that are of real importance. They have said they believe they are dealing with a network of people, rather than just the bomber himself. But clearly, they have.
Sky News
3 hours
significant arrests, but believe there is still some way to go. Live to Cheetham Hill and Sky's Frazer Maude
Sky News
3 hours
that they believe is somehow linked to Abedi. Mohammed El-Hudarey told me his business partner had recently rented a flat to him. He found a lot of things which were strange. He found a piece of metal in the bathroom. He found the electricity, all of the electricity.
Washington Free Beacon
3 hours
Back in 1864, a French historian named Fustel de Coulanges published a book called The Ancient City , in which he argued that urban life began with graveyards. Nomadic peoples found themselves needing ways to care for and memorialize their dead. The social unity of the tribe, the sense of their families, and the force of their religious cults depended at least in part on an enduring feeling for heroic figures from the past and an objective symbol of a people who extend through time. Graveyards gradually grew into temples, and temples gradually flowered into cities. In other words, for Coulanges, someone like Hobbes was right to insist that death drove the creation of cities. He was wrong, however, to believe that fear of death was the cause. Grief seemed the truer origin of city dwelling. Hobbes thought humanity turned away from nomadic life primarily for military protection, and the archetypal piece of urban architecture would be a defensive wall.