Voice Of America
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President Donald Trump has taken a firm hold on the U.S. conservative political movement and is pushing it in his own direction, one of his top advisers said Thursday. Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the largest annual gathering of American conservatives, Kellyanne Conway said Trump had tapped into something that swung conservatives behind him even though he hasn't always aligned with their beliefs. "He went right to the grass roots and brought you along," she said. "He made a lot of people feel like they were a part of the movement." Conway said Trump earned the Republican party's presidential nomination in a "bottom up instead of top down" way, unlike a lot of politicians who have years of experience and name recognition. WATCH: Conway on Trump's achievements Trump was able to gain support from conservatives because they "felt like they had a seat at the table from the beginning," Conway said.
Breitbart News
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A Swedish police officer is now being investigated for pointing out that migrants are responsible for many crimes in his country, but a retired senior colleague has also spoken out on the phenomenon and called out Europes open borders for increasing crime in the formerly peaceful nation. Breitbart London spoke to recently retired Swedish police officer Torsten Elofsson in 2015 as his heavily resettled home city of Malmo was experiencing a serious spike in attacks committed by migrant communities with smuggled hand grenades. The former INTERPOL officer and director of Swedish criminal intelligence division said the population of the city, which has been the first point of entry for tens of thousands of illegal migrants as they moved north through Europe into Scandinavia, had gone up by 50 per cent in two decades but the number of officers to police it had halved.
Design Milk - Home
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The following post is brought to you by Lujo . Our partners are hand picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. In 1968, three young Italian designers showed up at the Milan headquarters for Zanotta, a leader in non-conformist Italian product design, with a creation dubbed Sacco. And it was ingenious in its simplicity: a sack filled with semi-expanded polystyrene beads that could function as a seat. It was lightweight, portable and molded to any body form. It was an instant hit and this soon-to-be iconic armchair became the symbol of 1960s youth. Fast-forward nearly fifty years, the design team at Lujo, have given the Italian design a modern update. The New Zealand-based team excels at creating furniture that allows you to ‘put life on pause’. Every piece designed by Lujo is created to maximize relaxation, be aesthetically pleasing and stand up to the wear-and-tear of daily life (backed up by their five-year product warranty).
The Economic Times
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Officials said during a meeting of aviation regulators, airport operators and the CISF, it was decided that such measures should be deployed by March 31 so that all airports can be brought under the new initiative. He said the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) wants to evolve a "uniform and standardised mechanism" to be put in place so that "no compromise or oversight" in security measures by personnel on ground takes place once the system of stamping tags is shelved. Officials said the force may not be able to undertake the directive on an "immediate basis" and it is understood that it will write to the BCAS and the Civil Aviation Ministry in this regard. They said the CISF has also sent a report to the Union Home Ministry on the trials conducted in this regard and a final call will be taken once the ministry in consultation with their civil aviation counterparts vets and approves the plan keeping all "security implications" in mind.
BBC News 24
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Unfortunately that was the first one that brought it to my attention, but since that day I can probably recount at least half a dozen fires where children failed to respond from sleep and have then become trapped the wrong side of a fire and have unfortunately died.
The Sun Daily
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LUMUT: A woman who brought along her 11-year-old son to a drug den to get her "fix" was among nine people detained during two operations by the Manjung National Anti-Drug Agency (AADK) here today. The 32-year-old woman and the other eight aged between 18 and 49, who were high on drugs tried to escape but in vain. Manjung AADK chief, Sharuddin Abd Salam said the woman was nabbed in a raid at a house in Teluk Muroh about 10am. "Her son was found famished as he had not eaten for two days," he said when contacted here today. He said the nine suspects tested positive for drug abuse which involved methamphetamine, marijuana and morphine. The six-hour operations dubbed "Ops Cegah" and "Ops Gelora" which began at 9am, were conducted in Teluk Muroh and Lekir near here. Meanwhile, a 27-year-old man who was nabbed in a raid at a house in Lekir tested positive for methamphetamine and heroin. — Bernama
BBC News 24
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Ian Stewart chose not to be present while the sentencing took place, but the judge directed his comments towards him anyway. He said while Helen Bailey was excitedly planning your wedding you were planning to kill her. He said that she was at the height of her success when you brought her life to a cruel end. And dumped her beloved Boris and her in a foul smelling cesspit.
Sky News
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Word of mouth has definitely brought in more kids, but I think there are more kids who have free school meals. The need for lunch club is more than it was two years ago. Who is going to drink the gravy from the gravy boat? I will! Are you really? All of it?! Not all of these kids are hungry.
BBC Parliament
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My honourable friend for Canterbury recognised the balance that was needed actually in trying to address some of the issues and he particularly talked about openly fresh evidence should be brought forward, are only on that response.
BBC Parliament
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And for as long as there is an imbalance in favour of those who perpetrate crime and terrorism in Northern Ireland, this is an issue that we will continue to raise. I think it is brought in to say that out of the enormous contributions that were made, there are former members of Parliament who could have been here but yet are not. The members for West Tyrone, West Belfast and Armagh, and Mid Ulster, they all have a view on how we should deal with soldiers and servicemen in this country.
BBC Parliament
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The possibility of pursuing the prosecution of time wasters would prevent unfounded cases being brought and investigated. I also want to comment on the government's decision to derivate from article 25 of the European convention on human rights as a response to the situation that arose with IHAT and has been more widely discussed today.
BBC Parliament
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This important that the MoD accepted that if poor or illegal practices are taught to service personnel the name of needs to step up rather than letting individuals take the blame. Of cases have been disposed of that must be assumed reopening can only occur if compelling evidence is brought forward and similarly, cases should only be opened after ten years and exceptional situations.
BBC Parliament
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I hope that is wrong but I just put that out there because election points where being made today. I get back to my point. Let's all work together and make sure... I would like to thank all the Honourable members who brought this matter board for the bait. I'm going to focus on issues that relate to the IHAT process. Colleagues have fully and eloquently address the situation in relation to Northern Ireland. I was not in this place during the Iraq war or in 2010 when IHAT was established.
Derby Telegraph
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Ashbourne Leisure Centre is closed after a powercut brought on by the arrival of Storm Doris knocked out its electricity supply. The area has been battered by 55mph winds, which have caused damage to property and trees in the area, and also caused problems with mobile phone signal in the town. The Station Road Leisure Centre's owners, Derbyshire Dales District Council say they will keep residents informed of progress on the closure and they hope to have power restored in a few hours. A spokesman...
The Guardian - Music
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Royal Festival Hall, London Patricia Kopatchinskaja brought tenderness to the heartbreak of Berg’s violin concerto, and the London Philharmonic were outstanding in Shostakovich’s 15th Even in the week of radio presenter Steve Hewlett’s very public passing , death is still often the last taboo. Vladimir Jurowski’s latest themed concert with the London Philharmonic looked the grim reaper straight in the eye from start to finish. It consisted of three works, all written in death’s shadow and all of which are tempting to read in the light of their composersdeaths soon afterwards. Jurowski started with the least familiar, Edison Denisov’s second symphony, composed in 1996, his final year. The symphony, in two movements played without a break and much influenced by modernist aesthetics, begins with translucent liquidity in the winds that is gradually overwhelmed by more emphatic writing, so that it seems almost like a journey from light into darkness. Continue reading...
The Truth About Cars
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It wasn't long ago that the Detroit Three were fending off the Japanese on home soil as the Land of the Rising Sun cranked out reliable car after reliable car for the American masses. Then came the KoreansKia and Hyundai — who brought over cheap metal to win market share but quickly turned around [] The post General Motors Not Giving a Fuck in Three Photos appeared first on The Truth About Cars .
Daily Mail - Rugby Union
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Lincolnshire Echo
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Retford is being battered by 70mph winds which have brought down trees, shut public places and ripped a roof off as Storm Doris starts to bite. Bassetlaw has battened down the hatches with Retford market and tourist attractions across the area closing down in the face of the winter's most violent storm so far. Normally bustling with market shoppers on a Thursday, Retford town centre was eerily quiet as powerful gales whipped through The Square. READ MORE: YOU can help bring super-rare 3D...
BBC Parliament
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So in so doing I would say that it is important that I, on behalf of the SDLP, say that we have always renounced violence from wherever it came, because violence was always wrong, during all that period of the Troubles, as it is wrong now. There was never any justification for that level of terrorism, for that level of violence and that level of murder, because all it did was leave pain, destruction and mayhem and brought us so many years backwards.
Bristol Post
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PC Pro
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twitter.com/4vlUqpYQbF Curtis Moldrich %u2744%uFE0F (@Khurtizz) February 23, 2017 Unlike other cars we’ve seen this year, the W08 doesnt have a ‘shark fin’ or large stabiliser protruding from the engine cover, although it’s possible the team will experiment with one last year. Overall though, it does show a continuation of the concepts that brought the team massive success over the last few years – and some new ones, too, including ‘horns’ either side of the driver cockpit. Driver feedbackYesterday was the first time I’d seen the car coming together, seeing the guys working in the factory putting this thing together,’ said three-time world champion, Lewis Hamilton. “It’s the most detailed piece of machinery I’ve seen so far in Formula 1.” See related How Mercedes made F1’s best hybrid engine - and why it’s looking forward to 2016 F1 2017: Force India unveils VJM10 F1 car at Silverstone New Mercedes Generation EQ concept is the all-electric SUV of the future “So I was super excited to see what it felt like and today I got to drive it for the first time.
Sky News
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The kitchen is at capacity. At this project, there's a waiting list, children they have to say no to. Word of mouth has definitely brought in more kids, but I think there are more kids who have free school meals.
Library of Congress
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He sought to interview as many individuals who knew Freud as was possible. The energies he poured into this task were remarkable, as was the scholarly preparation behind it. His questions expressed his own research interest: first and foremost, to add detail to our knowledge of Freud's biography and clinical practice. His interviews, however, depended also upon interviewees' separate concerns and upon the nature and boundaries of their memories. Thus one finds interviews in which Eissler gives explicit direction to the course of discussion, pressing with varying degrees of success for information about those elements of Freud's thinking, methods, and cases for which he wanted to collect more details. Other interviews utilize a far more open process in which the interviewee introduces subjects for discussion more freely. Here those interviewed might focus not only on Freud's biography and career but also on their own lives and activities, and on the circumstances, reasons, and motivations that brought Freud and the interviewees into contact or collaboration with each other.
Cotswold Journal
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A KIDDERMINSTER plumber had a lucky escape today when Storm Doris brought a tree down on to his van just minutes before he got back into it.