BBC Parliament
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Lord's, in terms of their existing commitments, it is quite right that we should ensure that there are effectively implemented and deliver real benefits for the UK law enforcement. This was a point that the noble Lord emphasised at committee stage and following careful consideration, I have brought forward amendments 8 and 32, to address the concerns raised by him and others
Plymouth Herald
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The Range retail empire has a new man at the top but founder Chris Dawson is not stepping away from the business. The Plymouth-based chain has brought in former House of Fraser boss Nigel Oddy as its first chief executive. The Range's founder and owner Chris Dawson will continue as executive chairman and is insisting he is not handing over the reins of his company, but will work closely with Mr Oddy. Looking for a new job in Plymouth? Check out our Fish4jobs site and...
BBC News 24
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to take part in the nation's tribute to police officer Xavier Jugele. After the coffin was brought into the courtyard of police.
Sky News
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absence of evidence to show she has been harmed, her parents will cling to the hope that she is out there somewhere waiting to be brought home. A man in Thailand has filmed himself killing his 11-month-old daughter and posted the video on Facebook before committing suicide
BBC News 24
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After the coffin was brought into the courtyard of police headquarters, it was the officer's civil partner, Etienne Cardlels, who spoke first. TRANSLATION: When the news came out that something serious had happened.
Liverpool Echo
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A look back on gang rivalry that brought death and tragedy to the streets of Liverpool
Adweek
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To go by editor in chief Lydia Polgreen's letter about HuffPost's new redesign, it is not the look, nor the name that is the biggest deal, but rather, the new purpose. It is an idea that Polgreen has brought up in interviews since she took the top role, and now it gets a chance to...
The Sun Daily
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"After the operation, the girl was in stable condition and was being monitored by specialists even though she would be allowed to be discharged later," he said. According to him, the girl was treated at the HSB Emergency and Trauma Department on April 23 at about 6.15pm after she was brought to the department with 13 pieces of shells on several parts of her body and two pieces were removed by the department without an operation procedure on the same day. In an incident on Sunday evening, the Year Six pupil of a primary school near Pokok Sena was injured by stray shotgun bullet pellets while having dinner with her family in the kitchen when a neighbour fired at birds in the paddy field but missed and the shot strayed into the victim's house instead. — Bernama
Leicester Mercury
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Something fishy has been going on in the skies of Leicester. And no, it's got nothing to do with East Midlands Airport (or their new flight routes). While just a few days ago many of us would have been out making the most of a sunny weekend, a cold snap has arrived - bringing some truly bizarre weather changes. Read more: Nectar card holders set for a bonus points bonanza at Sainsbury's this weekend Today's crazy spring weather brought a sunny but cold start, followed by clouds and some...
Western Morning News
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Hayfever sufferers in the UK face the worst year ever because of a new super pollen created when plant pollen mixes with diesel fumes. It can trigger extreme hay fever and asthma, according to allergy expert Dr Paul Carson, reports the Mirror Online. He claims that 2017 is shaping up to be the worst year ever for super pollen, and suggests the situation is only likely to get worse until diesel emissions are brought under control. Vehicle fumes are said to create a photo-chemical smog...
BBC Parliament
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I would like to thank the Minister for approaching the outstanding areas of concern in such a conciliatory manner, which has allowed us to approach this amendment the Government has brought forward today. We are keen that the NHS gains better control of the costs of medicines and close some of the loopholes in the system that has been subjected blatant abuses in recent years, as.
Voice Of America
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Britain has recorded its first full day without using coal power since the Industrial Revolution began more than 200 years ago. The remarkable milestone was achieved Friday, following years of investment in renewable energy and the perfect combination of another famous British characteristic: its unpredictable weather. “So that’s both solar and wind. And when the sun is shining and the wind is blowing together, the capacity of renewables now generates of lot of electricity. And it was that fortuitous circumstance that brought us to a day without coal,” Professor Paul Ekins of University College London told VOA. Coal powered Britain’s Industrial Revolution, which transformed the global economy. But the cost was extremely high levels of pollution. In the 1950s blankets of smoke from burning coal combined with low-lying fog to form deadlysmogs’ that killed thousands of Londoners.
Sky News
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a good thing. We do what we can. With each tide, more plastic is brought to the shore. The problem on the islands has prompted a coalition of Australian environmental.
Sky News
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of the labourerers brought here when the island was first settled in the 19th century. In a place where time sometimes seems to stand still, the next generation are facing something new
The Week
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" The tournament costs up to $2bn to stage and the cost is covered by sponsorship and broadcasting rights deals, says the paper, but not only are commercial backers thin on the ground, a "consortium of Russia’s main state-run TV channels has been unable to agree a price for the rights", says the paper. The news will add to Fifa's financial troubles, says Charles Sale of the Daily Mail . "World football's ruling body made a loss of $369m289m) in 2016 and 23 backers still have to be found for a sponsorship model that has 34 slots to fill," he says. "Blue-chip firms such as Castrol, Continental Tyres and Johnson Johnson have been lost, with no replacements emerging." "The biggest hole is at the third tier, which has 20 places available," says Sale. "Only one has been brought on board, a Russian bank who are understood to be paying well below the ambitious £7.
BBC News 24
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a moment for campaigning. Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen were there as national figures to take part in the nation's tribute to police officer Xavier Jugele. After the coffin was brought into the courtyard of police.
BBC News 24
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Techradar - Reviews
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Tag has brought its premium prices to the Connected range, which starts at $1,550 (1,200, AU$2,300) and goes all the way up to $3,100 in the US and 5,700 in the UK. The higher end product for the UK comes with diamonds embedded in the bezel though, so thats why that version is so much more expensive. You can create your own watch on the online Tag Heuer store, and that will mean the price of your watch will vary. Its out now in the US, UK and Australia, so youll be able to get it delivered pretty quickly. Design and display Premium design with the Tag Heuer design ethic Can be a bit heavy if you're looking for a fitness friendly device Many different design options available but each has a large, bright screen If you decide to buy a Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45, a big highlight will be the different styles available to you.
Liverpool Echo
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A look back on gang rivalry that brought death and tragedy to the streets of Liverpool
BBC Parliament
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as a Treasury minister I have come to know him better in recent months, and indeed, responded to his letters on many occasions and discussed them in the sidelines, as it were on a number of occasions. Throughout all those dealings, I have seen all that experience and all those qualities brought to bear. I would just like to say that for me, as a minister, he has been kind and wise and I will miss him enormously
BBC Parliament
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consensus. In number of key policy changes to the tax system such as measures to tackle tax avoidance are being brought forward in a Finance bill.
Den of Geek
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Vaughn reunites with regular collaborator Jane Goldman for the screenplay, and the story is set to see the Kingsman team working side by side with their American equivalent, the Statesman. Expect mayhem. 9. Hidden Figures Hidden Figures brings to the screen a little-heard story from the history of NASA and the space race. The film stars Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spender, Janelle Monae and Kirsten Dunst, and it tells the tale of a team of women who provided the mathematical data behind the mission to launch John Glenn into space. Their story has – as the title of the film suggests – been tucked down the back of American history's sofa until now. It was brought to the screen by St Vincent director Theodore Melfi, who also recruited support from Kevin Costner and Jim Parsons. Review 8. Paddington 2 The gang returns for the eagerly-awaited follow-up to the delightful Paddington .
PC Pro
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We know it’s likely to release at the end of this year. It will feature single player, multiplayer and co-op game modes, and it’s being developed by Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare studio Sledgehammer Games – the developer that brought new life into the franchise following the disappointing Call of Duty: Ghosts . Here’s what we know about Call of Duty: WWII ahead of Wednesday’s reveal. Call of Duty: WWII (PS4) £48.00 Buy now Call of Duty: WWII: Everything we know Call of Duty: WWII has a November release date According to leaked marketing materials spotted by CharlieIntel , Call of Duty: WWII will launch on 3 Novemberfitting in rather nicely with everyone’s general expectations for when a Call of Duty game should launch. This year, Activision wont have to go up against the likes of Battlefield , but it will be taking on the gargantuan force of Star Wars Battlefront II – although, thankfully for Activision, that launches a couple of weeks later.
Western Morning News
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The company which has brought a Christmas market to Exeter for the last five years have confirmed they are looking for a new location in the South West to hold a market this year.Market Place brought the Christmas market to Exeter for the first time in 2012 and since then they have gone from strength to strength with a footfall of just under half a million people and in 2016 they boosted the local economy by £27,314,707.And following the news that there will be big changes to Exeter's...