The Herald
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Hello and welcome to The Midge, the e-bulletin that takes a bite out of politics in Scotland and elsewhere.
Southern Daily Echo
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The Week
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ITV
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I've been very big on what I see as hysteria in the Brexit campaign and the American presidential election. A real sense of people losing their minds on both sides of the debate.
Cotswold Journal
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Oxford Mail
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ITV
an hour
Was Britain complicit in that torture and arrest? Secondly, Guantanamo bay, people were held without trial. That was the objection. That is why there was the campaign to release people. Valid points.
ITV
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You have a guy taken to Guantanamo bay, he had been found in a Taliban sell in Afghanistan. --cell. He was held for two years. Big campaign to have him released, David Blunkett leading. David Blunkett says this man poses no threat - his words.
Informed Comment
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S. aid, kicked off a military campaign in support of Yemeni government forces against the Ansarullah Houthi rebels. The conflict has destroyed much of Yemen's infrastructure and claimed the lives of more than 10,000 people, most of them civilians, while displacing millions. “I am deeply concerned with the escalation of conflict and militarization of Yemen’s western coast. It is coming at a great cost to civilians,” McGoldrick added. Yemen is the poorest country in the Middle East and is home to al-Qaida’s strongest organization in the world. The country is one of the U.S.’s most targeted countries in the world by unmanned drone bombers. Some 462,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and at imminent risk of death, the U.N. children's agency UNICEF said Tuesday. In December the U.N. also said that every 10 minutes at least one Yemeni child dies of preventable diseases such as malnutrition, diarrhea, and respiratory tract infections, citing the total collapse of the health system in the country amid Saudi Arabia’s ongoing attack on the country.
Sky News
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Okay, Neville. Thank you. The UN formally launching their Clean Seas Campaign. Remember, you can make a difference at home by joining our opinion campaign. You can sign up at That time when we look through the day's newspapers.
Sky News
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The ban on microbeads, and, also with if countries can levy charges on plastic bags. So there is a lot of emphasis on plastic out here, and the UN has endeavoured to carry on this whole campaign throughout the year, and try and see that the countries who have made these pledges will follow on. the two days of the summit is going to be.
Sky News
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One winner we already know about is Robbie Williams. He will be joining the ranks of Elton John and David Bowie MP Let's get more on Sky 's ocean rescue campaign. It aims to cut plastic pollution in our seas. Today, the fourth world ocean summit kicks off in Indonesia. Live in Bali for us this morning is Sky's Neville Lazarus. also the United Nations environment programme.
Informed Comment
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Leicester Mercury
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Kevin Wolbert will begin his ninth consecutive season racing in British speedway when he makes his debut for Leicester Lions.Lions open their Premiership campaign against Swindon Robins at Beaumont Park on Saturday, April 1.Double German individual champion Wolbert was grateful to receive a call from Leicester with an offer of a place on the team.He feared he was likely to miss out for the first time since arriving in the UK in 2009 when he rode for Edinburgh.Wolbert said: Edinburgh...
ITV
2 hours
You are running a campaign to reinstate him? I do not think Sutton deserve him. He should go to Arsenal. Anyone should take that guy, he got Sutton more publicity in the last month than they have had in their entire existence. He lives at not have lasted 20 minutes here! I am so angry about this.
The Bolton News
2 hours
BOLTON Lads and Girls Club is calling on the town to support a campaignlaunched in its 20th year.
ITV
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Suspected terrorist, Ronald Fiddler from Manchester, is said to have died after detonating an explosives-filled car in a village to the south of Mosul. Jonathan Swain is at Westminster. I remember this case vividly, David Blunkett launched a big campaign to get this guy justice, as he saw it, out of Guantanamo bay.
euronews
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The Iran Project
3 hours
He urged the new US administration to focus on the chaotic situation in the US and instead of leveling accusations against others and playing a blame game, stop implementing policies, which led to the creation of Daesh as well as insecurity and war in the region and across the world. The Israeli regime is widely viewed as a staunch supporter of the militant groups operating in Syria to topple its government. Iran, meanwhile, has been providing military advisory support to both Iraq and Syria in their campaign against terrorism at the request of the two countriesgovernments. The Islamic Republic was among the first countries to help Iraq when the Daesh terrorist group unleashed a campaign of death and destruction in the northern and western parts of the Arab country in 2014. Iran has also played a significant role in the Syrian military’s gains against the terrorists.
ABC News - Queensland
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RT YouTube
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Bournemouth Daily Echo - Sport
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Informed Comment
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The standard narrative goes like this: as the sole remaining superpower on the planet after the implosion of the Soviet Union in 1991, our invincible military organized a swift and convincing defeat of Saddam Husseins Iraq in the first Gulf War. After 9/11, that same military launched an inventive, swift, and triumphant campaign in Afghanistan. Osama bin Laden escaped, of course, but his al-Qaeda network was shattered and the Taliban all but destroyed . Naturally, the threat of Islamic terror was never limited to the Hindu Kush, so Washington had to take its fight against terror global. Admittedly, the subsequent conquest of Iraq didnt exactly turn out as planned and perhaps the Arabs werent quite ready for American-style democracy anyway. Still, the U.S. was committed, had shed blood, and had to stay the course, rather than cede momentum to the terrorists.
BBC News 24
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The idea that you would hire 15,000 agents, new agents, the further militarised border and further extend the campaign that is potentially tearing apart families and makes it impossible or potentially tearing apart families when they used to be more state and local cooperation with federal law enforcement.