Sky News
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If diesel cars are taken off the roads, what about buses, lorries, trains and taxis? Someone tweeted earlier saying, if you go to any primary School or their parents are taking their kids their own cars, they are among those causing the problems.
BBC News 24
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Saying it is the best victory by a governing party since 1878. The Guardian leads with this story. Also connected to pollution. A story about air pollution. It says tens of thousands of children at more than 800 schools and nurseries in London are being exposed to illegal levels of air pollution, that risks causing lifelong health problems.
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Dover Express
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Ashford Herald
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A car has reportedly crashed on the A20 near Lenham causing potential delays for motorists. It is not known if there are any casualties and Kent Police has been contacted for comment. A20 LENHAM: Reports of a crash A20 Lenham area. pic.twitter.com/8ALkYBZPps Kent 999s (@Kent_999s) February 24, 2017 This is a breaking news story and Kent Live will bring you the latest updates as we get them. If you see or hear about anything you think we should be covering, call the newsdesk on 01892...
Leicester Mercury
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A 57-year-old man has been charged following the death of a woman in a collision in April 2016.William McTaff (57), of Orchard Road, Lutterworth, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving and is due to appear at Leicester Magistrates' Court on Monday.Read more: Brave Paige saves mum's life with 3am 999 callThe police were called to the scene of the collision in Wood Street, Earl Shilton, at about 10.25am on Tuesday, April 26,after the collision involving a pedestrian and a white...
BBC News 24
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And in the the United States. This is how the Dow and the Nasdaq are getting on. There are growing calls from patients, experts and nurses for better training and awareness of Sickle Cell Disease. It's an inherited blood disorder that affects thousands of mostly African and Caribbean people in the UK. During a so-called Sickle Cell crises or episode, red blood cells change shape, causing intense pain and organ damage - and sometimes even lead to death. And as Noel Phillips reports, just having the condition can make other illnesses much worse.
Bristol Post
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BoingBoing
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This looks like a drip irrigation system on a pink farm. There are a lot of tiny lines on fingertips and palm called epidermal ridges. The ducts of sweat glands is open on tops of the ridges causing prints that are left on a surface.
BBC One Northern Ireland
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BBC One East
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They did ever so well. A clear-up has been going on in Thetford. Part of a tree now reduced to a stump fell onto a house causing damage, but no one was hurt. Another tree brought down in a courtyard between homes.
MacRumors
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" To expedite a solution, Cloudflare responded to Ormandy's discovery and turned off three minor features of the network -- email obfuscation, Server-side Excludes, and Automatic HTTPS Rewrites -- discovered to be using the same HTML parser chain "that was causing the leakage." In its blog post, the company said that it has "not discovered any evidence of malicious exploits" in relation to the time that the parser bug was active. It also noted that, while serious, the scale of the bug was still relatively low: around 1 in every 3,300,000 HTTP requests through Cloudflare potentially resulted in memory leakage. "That’s about 0.00003% of requests," the company noted. Cloudflare worked with the affected search engines, including Google, Yahoo, and Bing, to erase any remnants of the sensitive data from their caches. The company's chief technology officer, John Graham-Cumming, concluded the blog saying, "We are very grateful to our colleagues at Google for contacting us about the problem and working closely with us through its resolution.
Windows Blog
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The download progress indicator shown when downloading new builds under Settings > Update & security > Windows Update should be working as expected and it should no longer appear you are getting stuck at 0% or at other percentages. We fixed the issue causing the Settings app to crash when navigating to Settings > Devices and you should be able to pair a Bluetooth device without any issue. The Bluetooth quick action from Action Center should also now work again. This issue may also have resulted in generally decreased reliability in the quick action section of the Action Center. You should be able to launch the Connect UX via Action Center, Win + K, or Settings again. We fixed an issue where under Settings > Update & security > Windows Update Insiders might see the text “Some Settings are managed by your organization” even though the PC wasnt being managed by an organization.
Sittingbourne Messenger
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Two large 'portable storage buildings' have caught fire, causing huge plumes of smoke to billow into the sky.
Maidstone News
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A busy road has been blocked following a crash involving two vehicles.
SiteProNews
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Some of this data was cached publicly in search engines such as Google, and is being removed, Lackey said in a blog post. Other data might exist in other caches and services throughout the Internet, and obviously it is impossible to coordinate deletion across all of these locations. There is always the potential someone malicious discovered this vulnerability independently and before Tavis, and may have been actively exploiting it, but there is no evidence to support this theory. Cloudflare, in a Thursday blog post, said after learning of the problem from Ormandy, it was able to take action quickly shutting off three minor Cloudflare features ( e-mail obfuscation , Server-side Excludes and Automatic HTTPS Rewrites ) that were all using the same HTML parser chain that was causing the leakage. At that point it was no longer possible for memory to be returned in an HTTP response.
Southern Daily Echo
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Southern Daily Echo
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A number of major Hampshire roads are set to undergo maintenance next week, causing travel disruption throughout the county.
MintPress News
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BBC News 24
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-- patrol. Good Afternoon and welcome to BBC News. It was - by any standards - a great result for the Conservatives - causing a major electoral upset by winning the long-held Labour seat of Copeland in Cumbria. Their candidate beat Labour by more than 2000 votes. It's the first time a governing party has gained a seat at a by-election since 1982.
Phys.Org
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ITV
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It really is the calm after the storm. Storm Doris has calm after the storm. Storm Doris is now across western parts of Russia. Probably causing havoc. Leaving an improved picture. Dry and bright with some decent sunshine. The next Atlantic frontal system is zooming in. Confirmation of that on our chard for today.
Daily Express
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DONALD TRUMP has publicly called for the FBI to weed out staff who are speaking to the media - after insisting they are causing extreme risk to Americans.