BBC News 24
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the independent MPAA 's Carswell, former Ukip and Conservative MP and League campaign. You must be delighted. I'm quite emotional. Everything I've met Dan Hannan, pushing in my.
Politico
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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said Wednesday morning that he is not interested in a job in the administration of President Donald Trump because he intends to serve out the remainder of his term as governor. Christie, one of Trump’s highest-profile surrogates during the 2016 campaign, was a finalist last summer to join the GOP ticket as vice president and was believed to have been a top contender for multiple high-level jobs including White House chief of staff, attorney general and secretary of homeland security. The New Jersey governor was the chairman of the president’s transition team during the campaign but was replaced within days of Trump’s victory with Vice President Mike Pence. Speaking from the north lawn of the White House, where he will attend meetings Wednesday with Trump as chairman of the president’s new commission on opioid abuse, Christie told NBC’s “Today” show that he will stay in his job as New Jersey’s governor through the end of his term in early 2018, although he did not rule out joining the Trump administration once his gubernatorial career ends.
Western Daily Press
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Should Fernando Alonso walk out of McLaren midway through the Formula One season, the most likely scenario is that the team would call on Jenson Button to replace him.McLaren have endured a disastrous start to the 2017 campaign, with a wretched time in pre-season testing followed up by a poor performance at the Australian Grand Prix which saw Alonso retire with suspension failure and Stoffel Vandoorne come home 13th and last.The problems facing McLaren have not changed for two years. Their car...
BBC One West Midlands
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Margaret, who lost her husband in the Falklands campaign. What does the royal visit mean to you? It was a.
BBC One London
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here in Paris, the frontrunner in the French presidential campaign. The mayor thought it was important to be out of London, to be in the French capital, to make the point in how much he thinks he may have to be out there promoting London in the coming.
BBC Parliament
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can I do want to listen and ministers can I do want to listen and ministers do want to listen to all voices in this House, to those who were ardent on both sides of the campaign and as I just indicated we are listening to all parts of the United Kingdom
Cotswold Journal
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KNITTERS are being asked to help and Age UK meet its target of making a whopping two million woolly hats to adorn smoothie bottles.
Forbes
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When MLB approached New Era Caps about creating what might best be called a celebration of baseball's most iconic uniform fashion, it created a marketing campaign for Opening Day called Caps On. Here's how it came to be.
The Northern Echo
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NINE months after Sunderland delivered a stunning early win for Brexit in the referendum, Theresa May's letter to the EU will give the people of the city what they voted for.
Voice Of America
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Britain’s process of leaving the European Union is officially under way after British Prime Minister Theresa May today triggered Article 50, kicking off two years of negotiations of what promises to be a lengthy and complex process of ending four decades of engagement with the European Union. Article 50 of the EU's treaty covers how a member can withdraw. The breakup began with a June 2016 referendum in which British voters narrowly chose to leave the EU. The vote appeared to be driven by anti-establishment sentiments and the feeling the EU governing structure has taken too much control away from the common British citizen. The referendum also brought the resignation of former Prime Minister David Cameron, who during a re-election campaign had promised to hold the vote.
Bleacher Report
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The 2017 MLB season will begin on Sunday with a triple-header of games, and the Boston Red Sox will get their campaign started the next day at home against the Pittsburgh Pirates . So what exactly can we expect from the 2017 version of the Red Sox? The team finished 93-69 last season, winning the AL East title just a year after going 78-84 and finishing in last place. However, they were swept in the Division Series by the eventual AL champion Cleveland Indians , so there's clearly unfinished business heading into the upcoming season. A new chapter now begins following the retirement of David Ortiz, and the team looks poised to again push for a title after pulling off a blockbuster deal to acquire ace Chris Sale. With all that in mind, ahead is a full preview of the upcoming season, complete with an offseason review, breakdowns of the starting lineups, bench, rotation and bullpen, a look at some potential impact prospects and breakout candidates and a final prediction on how the 2017 season will play out.
Daily Mail - USA
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Bleacher Report
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After an 8-7-1 season in which they seemed to stabilize some of the things that stopped them from being great in years past, the Washington Redskins appeared intent on blowing it all up this offseason. Quarterback Kirk Cousins , coming off by far his best campaign, was said to be the pawn in a trade scenario that, according to B/R's Jason Cole , was part of the reason general manager Scot McCloughan was fired in March. Losing McCloughan, perhaps the best talent evaluator in the NFL , was the end game in a stream of clashes between the GM and team president Bruce Allen and head coach Jay Gruden. And given that the team made it public that McCloughan may have had issues with alcohol, it'll need some good luck finding another talented GM to walk into that situation. Moreover, if Cousins does stay on board, he's lost his two primary targets in receivers DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon in free agency.
PressTV News
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Voice Of America
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The Northern Echo
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NINE months after Sunderland delivered a stunning early win for Brexit in the referendum, Theresa May's letter to the EU will give the people of the city what they voted for.
BBC Parliament
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clear signal about these priorities by voting for Conservative councillors like Peter Fox on the 4th of May. And I have to say it is the UK Government actions to support working families throughout the country that will make sure Wales benefits. The Foreign Secretary jury be EU referendum campaign urged people to, and I quote, take back control of huge sums of.
BBC News 24
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pay tribute to the honourable lady who has been campaigning tirelessly on this issue, and obviously it is not just a passionate campaign, but she has spoken on many occasions moving in this House about her personal experience which she has brought to bear on this issue. I welcome the decision taken by the co-operative funeral company to waive the fees.
BBC News 24
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The Foreign Secretary jury be EU referendum campaign urged people to, and I quote, take back control of huge sums of money, £350 million per week, and spend it on our priorities such as the NHS. The Prime Minister will trigger article 50 today. Can the Prime Minister confirm precisely when she wants to fulfil the promise.
Sky News
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It is the UK Government actions to support ordinary working families throughout the country that will ensure Wales benefits from an economy that works for everyone. The Foreign Secretary during the EU referendum campaign urged people to, and I quote,.
BBC Two England
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to say it is the UK Government actions to support working families throughout the country that will make sure Wales benefits. The Foreign Secretary jury be EU referendum campaign urged people to, and I quote, take back control of huge sums of.
BBC Parliament
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I pay tribute to the honourable lady who has been campaigning tirelessly on this issue, and obviously it is not just a passionate campaign, but she has spoken on many occasions moving in this House about her personal experience which she has brought to bear on this issue. I welcome the decision taken by the co-operative funeral company to waive the fees on this
BBC Two England
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comfort to bereaved parents in their darkest hour? I pay tribute to the honourable lady who has been campaigning tirelessly on this issue, and obviously it is not just a passionate campaign, but she has.
The Week
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That said, "our understanding has evolved" since the vote as key promises made by the Leave campaign - £350m a week for the NHS, staying in the single market, stopping immigration - have been dropped, Clifford adds. She asks: "Wouldn't it be daft to just plough on if the prospects are poor?" Indeed, says The Guardian's Polly Toynbee , the sharp right-turn towards a hard Brexit was not what voters were promised. The Ukip-tinged vision emerging now is "light years distant from the softly reassuring arguments Vote Leave made before the referendum", she writes. However, any attempt to overturn the referendum would also put MPs on a collision course with the pro-Leave press, which have repeatedly accused Remain politicians of plotting to "subverting the will of the people". The Daily Mail branded High Court judges "enemies of the people" after they prevented the government from unilaterally triggering Article 50.