BBC One South
5 hours
Thank you very much. The BBC is holding a special debate on this story tomorrow morning. That is on three of our local radio stations. Bournemouth father-of-three Stephen Mallon was fatally injured after being attacked by armed locals and pushed from a 16ft ledge. He was just 49. Today, at an inquest, his family were told they are now free to cremate Stephen's body - eight years after he died.
BBC Parliament
7 hours
BBC Parliament
7 hours
Besides the loss of capacity, there are also the financial considerations of GPs being remunerated for their work on the governing body. Now the GB owning over £100,000 money.
BBC News 24
8 hours
BBC Parliament
8 hours
We are seeing a real challenge and NHS Improvement is a welcome body set up to encourage best practice, and it is quite right that the NHS looks to perform as efficiently as possible. But once again we are seeing improvements mask what look like cuts.
BBC Parliament
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BBC One East
8 hours
The claim is you put somebody on skills and the colour body Max is you put somebody on skills and the colour body Max index and that is it. If the colour body Max index and that is it. If they do not reach criteria then they are sent home. -- body mass index.
STV
9 hours
It is very clear to us that there's a growing body of evidence that there is some connection to football and dementia. We think that is a particular type of dementia and we think there needs to be more study into that. We definitely do need to look very closely at it to make sure that if there is a linkage between heading the ball and problems later in life then it has to be identified and people can be worried about it.
Sky News
11 hours
We are losing breeding females because they can't build up those body reserves to look after themselves. And it is not just polar bears, other animals are in a lot of trouble. That's right. Arctic species especially the polar bears, they are the most obvious ones, they are the poster child of climate change, pushed out, in desert conditions it is getting drier so the species cannot survive, so it's not just the ice melting in the Arctic and Antarctic, it's all the other environments around the world affected by climate change.
BBC One Scotland
14 hours
The body that oversees the service says as it adapts they will still be bobbies on the beat. It is an essential part of policing. We think with this strategy we can free up officers from admin and other tasks which stops them being seen and visible by the public.
BBC One Northern Ireland
14 hours
It is understood Richard Miskelly was at a party in a house on the Bangor Road on Saturday night. Police were cold at around 5:30 on Sunday morning. Richard Miskelly had been assaulted outside and his body was found lying on the road.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
14 hours
Each has different purposes and common uses among designers. Serif fonts are fonts that have small lines or embellishments attached to the letters. These embellishments are calledserifs.” Common fonts such as Times New Roman and Merriweather are examples of serifs. How are they used? One common argument is that serif fonts should be used as body text because it’s easier to read them in large blocks of text . However, this preference mostly stems from historical precedence: we’re used to reading Times New Roman in books and white papers, therefore there is the precedence that the font type is generally “easier to read” in large bodies of text. When you’re first starting out, it’s a good idea to keep this use in mind. Sans serifs are fonts that do not have small lines or embellishments attached to the ends of letters. Some of the most popular fonts in this family include Roboto, Helvetica, and Arial.
Ashford Herald
15 hours
The family of a wonderful teenager whose body was found in Sevenoaks last week has spoken of their shock and heartbreak after his sudden death. Joseph Beresford-King, 17, was found dead in Knole Park after police were called to the area at 5pm last Monday (February 20). And his family has implored people with concerns to just reach out and seek help.They also told Kent Live of the incredible memories he left behind. He was 'just lovely inside...
The Iran Project
15 hours
Abbas touched on the land grab law, saying, “Israel has recently announced its intent to create more occupation units over our land. It has adopted a law, which legitimates the theft of occupied Palestinian land, in particular private lands.” “This is a dangerous precedent, which we reject. The international community rejects it as well. This is a situation that does not allow our people to establish their own state. This is an act, which leads to hatred and violence.” He asserted that Tel Aviv was thus moving towards the creation of an “apartheid solution” to the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Palestinian leader’s appeal to the UNHCR came as the Trump administration has mulled quitting the rights body over its purported bias against Israel, Politico reported on Saturday.
Bristol Post
15 hours
A body has been found in the search for missing man Lewis Ball.Police divers found the body this morning in Bristol's Floating Harbour, after a three-week search for clues.A spokesman for Avon and Somerset said formal identification has not taken place, but believe it to be Lewis.He added: His death is not being treated as suspicious and Lewis' family have been informed. We're offering them all the support they need.The 26-year-old care worker was last spotted on Sunday, February 5,...
Auto Express
15 hours
Interest in this year’s launches has been intensified by the introduction of new regulations for 2017, which have been designed to make cars more attractive and several seconds per lap faster than 2016’s models. As the new regs are somewhat of a clean slate for F1, a lot of focus has been drawn to the teamsinterpretations of the rules, particularly in the aerodynamics department. Everyone has revealed a mandatorily curved front wing featuring multiple vanes, while most have adopted a nose cone with ‘nostrils’ to allow more air to flow underneath the car’s body. Side pods have also varied greatly across the contenders made public so far, while ‘shark finsprotruding from the top of the engine covers have ranged in size massively throughout the field. Image 13 of 28 Image 13 of 28 Another development is the so-calledT-wing’ - an aerodynamic aid placed in front of the rear wing - sparked by an apparent loophole in the new rulebook.
The Sun Daily
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Ashford Herald
15 hours
The family of a wonderful teenager whose body was found in Sevenoaks have spoken of their shock and heartbreak after his sudden death. Joseph Beresford-King, 17, was found dead in Knole Park after police were called to the area at 5pm last Monday (February 20). And his family have spoken to Kent Live about the incredible memories they have been left with. He was always happy, always joking around, said his mother, Abi King, His nickname was...
Daily Mail - Mortgages
15 hours
There has been a sharp rise in the number of prospective buyers registered at estate agents compared to the volume of properties for sale, an industry body claims.
South China Morning Post
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Phys.Org
15 hours
The observed increase of body size in ungulates during the 20 million years before the Pleistocene is driven by the process of species selection, according to researchers from the Senckenberg, Germany. Bigger ungulate species became more common because of a higher origination and lower extinction rate. The study, published recently in Proceedings of Royal Society B, is the first to compare the evolution of two mammalian clades during the Neogene on two continents. The researchers point out that this biogeographic perspective yields complex explanations for apparently shared patterns.
The Sun Daily - World News
15 hours
Colonel Edgard Arevalo, another spokesman for the military, said the troops were making every effort to find the body of the German. "We have sought the help of local governments and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) in looking for the body of the latest victim of the Abu Sayyaf," he said. "Until we find the body of the victim, we still hold on to the hope (that he is still alive) and we will continue to conduct combat operations," he added. The MNLF is a rebel group that signed a peace agreement with the government in 1996 and is based on the island of Jolo, 1,000km south of Manila. According to intelligence reports, the beheading of the German national took place in a village in the town of Indanan on Jolo. The militants shot dead the man's 59-year-old wife after she fought back. Her body was left in the boat. Last year, the Abu Sayyaf beheaded two Canadian nationals after they did not receive ransom for the two hostages.
The Event Chronicle
16 hours
Of course, like prison inmates, there are also some who prefer the matrix. They know the ‘steak isnt real’ but they choose it over wisdom, for knowledge of our reality is harsh. In the Matrix films, the Nebuchadnezzar is an accurate if somewhat depressing metaphor for the truth; the real nature of our world today is unjust, abusive, uncompromising, brutal and hostile. Waking up is harsh. It takes guts, courage, and a willingness to let go of all preconceived ideas about the world and our place in it. It requires that we see the truth in the world around us, and it leaves nothing hidden, no secrets, and no comforting lies. But, if we wake up and dont begin to embrace a holistic approach to ourselves, balancing mind, body and soul, we risk going under, sinking along with the ship. To be awake and not spiritually connected is to limit hope and belief in a better world.
The Sun Daily
16 hours
Another South Korean lawmaker briefed by the intelligence agency, Kim Byung-kee, said the North Koreans had operated in three teams. Two teams were responsible for hiring women in Indonesia and Vietnam and bringing them to Malaysia to carry out the attack and another was a "back-up" team. The killing has sparked a diplomatic standoff between the two usually friendly countries, with Malaysia refusing to hand over the body to North Korea before it is officially identified by the victim's next of kin. — Reuters