BBC Parliament
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I'm going to talk about two different topics today. The first is around the selection of women in the 2017 campaign, and that is a bit about what voters 's emotional responses are towards the campaign and the party leaders
South China Morning Post
17 minutes
Alessandro Sartori, Ermenegildo Zegnas new artistic director is showing us around the labels fabric mills in Trivero, where we see a beautiful fine navy wool fabric being created live for Robert De Niro, Zegnas new campaign figure. His name is woven into the end of the fabric roll. Today is the moment to unite the style of the house in one consistent message. Starting from the collection and design, it was really important to recreate a strong Zegna statement,...
Sunderland Echo - Sport
22 minutes
The 2016-17 campaign was a dreadful one for Sunderland AFC and we want to hear your views.
Leicester Mercury
22 minutes
The dust has barely settled on Leicester City's Premier League campaign but the transfer rumour mill, as expected, is already in overdrive. City have been linked with an abundance of players, most notably defenders, an area that has needed strengthening long before the season finished. We run the rule over five potential centre-backs City might buy this summer, including the likes of Ben Gibson, Harry Maguire and Michael Keane. And further up the field, City striker Jamie Vardy has been...
Plymouth Herald
31 minutes
As drinking habits have changed, so too have the fortunes of Plymouth's pubs.And sadly that's meant last orders for the last time and some of our favourite hostelries over the past few years. Some have now been turned over to other uses, others are just awaiting a new occupier who will start the good times flowing again.Plymouth, like towns and cities across the country, has lost a lot of pubs.The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has even launched an initiative to protect 3,000 pubs from demolition...
France 24
41 minutes
The Sun Daily - Sport
an hour
AS Roma celebrated Francesco Totti's final game after 25 seasons at the club by beating Genoa 3-2 to clinch second place in Serie A on Sunday after 16-year-old Pietro Pellegri had given the visitors a shock lead. One-club man Totti, 40, came on in the 54th minute for his 786th appearance, and his 619th in Serie A, in what had been dubbed "Totti Day" by Italian media. Diego Perotti grabbed a 90th-minute winner for Roma as they finished one point ahead of Napoli whose 4-2 win at Sampdoria on the final day of the season was in vain. The win means that Roma qualify directly for next year's Champions League group stage while Napoli's third place sends them into the final qualifying round — where Italian teams have lost in six of the previous eight seasons. Roma finished on 87 points, four behind Juventus who finished their campaign with a 2-1 win at Bologna on Saturday.
PC Pro
an hour
In the mobile space, there’s only one rival worth worrying about, and it sure as hell isnt Microsoft . The full statistics from quarter four last year are hidden behind that link, but to save you a click, Android had 81.7% of the market, followed by iOS on 17.9%. The remaining 0.4% was divided between Windows, “Other” and BlackBerry – the latter of which had a marketshare so small it could be rounded down to 0.0%. So it’s no surprise that Apple’s latest campaign is targeted at the rival with a marketshare worth eating away at. To that end, the company has launched a section of their site dedicated to switching to iPhone , which covers topics such as ease of use, the camera, sustainability, speed and customer satisfaction. Android is namechecked just twice in the page, though given the webpage’s title tag readsSwitch from Android to iPhoneApple,” I think we can be pretty confident as to who they have in mind.
Nottingham Evening Post
an hour
So that's it, we now know all the 24 teams that will contest the Championship in the new season. Huddersfield Town's dramatic 4-3 penalty shoot-out win over Reading at Wembley sealed a return to top flight football after 45 years. Reading and Jaap Stam are left to face another season in what's shaping up to be the most competitive second tier campaign for a very long time. The Royals will join Sunderland, Hull City, Middlesbrough, Sheffield United, Millwall and Bolton Wanderers who have...
The Guardian
an hour
Five teachersTory, Labour, Lib Dem and Greenexplain why they have left the chalk face for the campaign trail The number of teachers in parliament has been steadily falling. After the 2015 general election, just 32 MPs said they were former teachers, compared with 126 back in 1997. Yet many will argue that a critical mass of MPs with classroom experience is needed to voice the realities of life in schools. We caught up with some of the teachers standing on 8 June to ask them why. Related: Put this in your party’s election manifesto Related: Cuts, cuts, cuts. Headteachers tell of school system ‘that could implodeContinue reading...
Haaretz
an hour
They are both waiting for the propitious moment to begin their campaign of conquest. They both dream of the day when 'the army will know what to do.'
BBC News 24
an hour
issue Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn will campaign on the issue of childcare as Labour seeks to turn the spotlight on public services. Last night, they both faced questions in a live television broadcast. This was the first time Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn had appeared at the same venue in front of the same audience for a grilling.
BBC News 24
an hour
was carrying in the hours leading up to that attack. With just over a week to go until the general election, Theresa May will today turn the focus of the Conservatives' campaign towards Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn will campaign on the.
The Guardian - Network Front
an hour
All the latest from the campaign trail, as SNP launches its delayed manifesto, as May and Corbyn reflect on the night before The Snap: sign up for our daily election email – and read today’s 8.27am BST Andrew Sparrow is now picking up the live blog. Your daily reminder: if you’d like the Snap election briefing email sent to you every weekday, do sign up here . 8.26am BST David Davis is up next and he’s dismissing the polls that show a narrowing of the Tory lead: I always go into election campaigns assuming nothing. She doesnt want to do the negotiations on air and that’s quite reasonable. The simple truth is that you [the media] want to get as much of the information as possible … Continue reading...
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
the single market right so you can't use it sends and also they say about not having at the great repeal bill so that was really interesting and Karen Jones so prominent as we still in the EU campaign launched from last Labour that's alright with absolutely saying that the manifesto so a coffee in the PS I'm on page 54 carwyn Jones and Christianity sister's shadow Welsh secretary of there their they're straight away because you and Tom I was asking for Sale Moor really from Wellesley bit about the fact that they campaigning on so many devolved issues with the polls suggest that strategy is working to extent was Instinct miraculous question a couple of weeks ago and the responses definitely that it seems like Colin Jones is being able to mitigate what will being seen as bad polling for UK Labour um it's definitely the continuation of the differentiation strategy in the manifesto.
Sputnik International
2 hours
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
Lee Corbin Burnett we'll see how we all get on from 8:30 this evening I want to watch definitely thank you, sorry. Roberts so the election campaign R1 keys Strand of our other programmes this week and the other records the Champions League final on Saturday and all sorts to do if your in Cardiff during the run up to the big game on Saturday and you know if you've been to Cardiff Bay over the weekend to see in a football pitch floating on the Quayside as part of the Year champions festival that's up based around Cardiff Bay and now reported Stephen Fairclough is there this morning at 2:10 so I think even it is actually on the floating picture that right Steve yeah I'm actually on it's a really quite a lot of experience I'm in Cardiff Bay on Cardiff babe on this floating pictures I'm standing on the artificial turf where Ryan Giggs and other footballing Legends.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
yeah they are I think I'll be there I'll be making personal statements but then the questions come from the audience it always trickier for politicians so I heard you talking to David cornock earlier always check if a politicians then when we ask the questions I think I don't know what that says about us up from the party so I think we'll hear a similar message from labour plaid Cymru in the Lib Dems about how they're going to defend Wales against the conservative to UKIP somatically sort their Party manifesto launch last week is that they're going to defend those who voted for brexit I want to keep the pressure up on Theresa May is she negotiates stop brexit from the conservatives in another game actors who's on the panel for them I think the message would and will be the same it is going to same time every Conservatives I have spoken to in this campaign is about arguing that Theresa May will make a better Prime Minister St Joe.
The Guardian - Network Front
2 hours
All the latest from the campaign trail, as SNP launches its delayed manifesto, as May and Corbyn reflect on the night before The Snap: sign up for our daily election email – and read today’s 8.27am BST Andrew Sparrow is now picking up the live blog. Your daily reminder: if you’d like the Snap election briefing email sent to you every weekday, do sign up here . 8.26am BST David Davis is up next and he’s dismissing the polls that show a narrowing of the Tory lead: I always go into election campaigns assuming nothing. She doesnt want to do the negotiations on air and that’s quite reasonable. The simple truth is that you [the media] want to get as much of the information as possible … Continue reading...
BBC Radio Scotland
2 hours
Radio Scotland the time now is 8:36 I'm in Edinburgh this morning in the rather tranquil surroundings of Gorgie city farm how do you message on the road ahead of next fixture an election I will be hearing from photos and politicians across a number of the capital city of Edinburgh residents who won't have a say on June 8th are you national sad about it might have been potty by brexit but they are not eligible to vote according to the Scottish government just over €180,000 nationals live here with the largest number that's around €40,000 in the capital no three of them join us know the date I purchased off Sky works in the Polish website immature. Net and enjoy coordinator of votes you are at home campaign Jennifer Ellory.
BBC Radio Ulster
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BBC News - Politics
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BBC News 24
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campaign because Plaid Cymru is very strong, it holds the assembly seats here, it is leading the local government. It also did well in the last general election. There are those type of seats across Wales with Plaid Cymru and the Lib Dems, a whole variety, it will be exciting. It will be so exciting following what.
BBC News 24
2 hours
over Wales, you could say similar to the castles. A poster campaign being launched today, we are talking like this is a two horse race, is it? There are a number of constituencies where it is a two horse race, but in seats such as this it's a different campaign because Plaid Cymru is very strong, it holds the.