I4U News
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BBC Parliament
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In conclusion, when the Minister responds to this debate, I would ask my honourable friend not only to set out what the government position is on Kashmir, but also what more this country could do... Yes, I will give way one more time. He has been extremely generous with his time on this issue. Just before he concludes, does he agree that, while I agree with him that does he agree that, while I agree children's lives are not lost in the meantime.
The Event Chronicle
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The Week
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Although married to Vibia Sabina, Hadrian was well known for his love of young Greek philosopher Antinous. "He had to marry, and he had a politically arranged marriage to Sabina, who was the great-niece of the former emperor Trajan, which in effect, set up his succession," says Thorsten Opper, curator of an exhibition on Hadrian. "But clearly, it was a loveless marriage with no children. What was unusual is that he had a lot of flings and then after his lover [Antinous] drowned in the Nile AD130 he made him a god and named a city after him." And of course, Hadrian "was the first to build a wall 80 miles long from sea to sea to separate the barbarians from the Romans", according to a biography written 200 years later. Where was the wall and how long was it? At 73 miles (80 Roman miles) long, the wall crossed northern Britain from Bowness-on-Solway in the west to modern-day Wallsend on the River Tyne in the east.
BBC Parliament
27 minutes
The use of pellet guns has left thousands of people, including children, injured and in many cases blind. Armed militants have increased their attacks on the security forces. In September 2016, an attack on an army base killed 19 soldiers, the Army's worst loss of life for more than a decade.
ITV
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Do you have feelings for him? I do, but with had this before, about 13 years. I think you have broke up? Yes, I have a very strong family unit. I feel pressurised to stay with my children's' father. It is important to try to save the relationship your Children's Hospital partner, if that's possible, but you can't let your family run your life for you, because everybody will be unhappy, including your children. Just because you break up with your Children's Hospital father and went with your friend, it doesn't mean it will all work out.
Liverpool Echo
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Ashford Herald
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Trampoline parks and arenas are taking the world by storm, offering children and their parents a fun way to let off steam and stay fit.The growing popularity of the parks has resulted in centres opening up across Kent offering sessions for children, families and adults.A number of activities are also available at the parks, including dodgeball, foam pits, obstacle courses and battle beams.But the parks aren't just for kids - adults and teenagers can have just as much fun.Here's what's on offer...
ITV
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Don't keep on and on, but raise the subject. Ask her what she is frightened might happen if you aren't there. Ask her if something did happen. It could be something simple, all children vary. But you need to get to the bottom of what made this change for her, because it is then you can start to sort it out.
The Iran Project
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Oxford Mail
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Sky News
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The Government has cut our annual grant by £170 million since 2010, leaving a huge gap in the budget, and he said that they did not have enough for social care, learning disabilities and children's services, and he said, I regret, despite as finding £450 million worth of savings, we have no choice but to propose this increase in council tax.
Daily Mail - Home
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Cheryl Durkey (pictured), 47, from Kent, and her two children - Chepael Maddix, eight, and Chander Paul Maddix, seven, have not been seen in over 24 hours.
BBC World News
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Leicester Mercury
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The Sun Daily
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PETALING JAYA: Ben, the 100-year-old tortoise which went missing from its owner's home last Friday has been found safe and sound. Ben's owner, MCA's Religious Harmony bureau chairman Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker said that he had collected his beloved pet from a local council zoo near his home in Kuantan on Monday evening. "He (Ben)'s good. My children had traced the van from the CCTV and approached them for information. "This eventually led to the recovery of the tortoise from the local council zoo," he told theSun when contacted, today. Ti also clarified that Ben had crawled out of his house after someone forgot to close the gate last Friday. "The van driver who discovered Ben outside my house, picked him up and sent it to the zoo as they thought it was a lost pet," he added. On Monday, Ti had posted on Facebook that his centenarian tortoise, Ben, was spirited away by two men when the front gate of his Kuantan home was accidentally left open.
BBC News 24
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It was very scary and the local people were crying and worried about their children. My family is still there. My daughter with three months old baby, my first daughter. They are not the only ones who have left. Over 25,000 citizens have fled to neighbouring Senegal as the threat of a military invasion looms.
BBC Parliament
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It's not good enough, schools deserve better and so do the children of this country. Of course, the government had to take some very difficult spending decisions as a result of the need to continue to reduce the inherited deficit, but I am pleased that the government has, despite that difficult fiscal environments, been able to protect the core schools budget.
Manchester Evening News
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Sky News
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Let us not underestimate the magnitude of that decision. It means Britain must face up to a period of momentous change and it means we must go through a tough negotiation and forge a new role for ourselves in the world. It means accepting that the road ahead will be uncertain at times, and that believing it leads towards a brighter future for our children and grandchildren in the country as well.
BBC Parliament
an hour
Could we also think about a debate on a report that came out in July 2008, I believe, and it was called the Bercow report on children and young people. Because of cuts by the government, young people are in dreadful ginger. Child protection is becoming very difficult to maintain. -- in dreadful danger. Could we see what progress has been made since those recommendations? I cannot promise a debate in government time, but the backbench committee time as they are for the honourable gentleman.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
PETALING JAYA: Ben, the 100-year-old tortoise which went missing from its owner's home last Friday has been found safe and sound. Ben's owner, MCA's Religious Harmony bureau chairman Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker said that he had collected his beloved pet from a local council zoo near his home in Kuantan on Monday evening. "He (Ben)'s good. My children had traced the van from the CCTV and approached them for information. "This eventually led to the recovery of the tortoise from the local council zoo," he told theSun when contacted, today. Ti also clarified that Ben had crawled out of his house after someone forgot to close the gate last Friday. "The van driver who discovered Ben outside my house, picked him up and sent it to the zoo as they thought it was a lost pet," he added. On Monday, Ti had posted on Facebook that his centenarian tortoise, Ben, was spirited away by two men when the front gate of his Kuantan home was accidentally left open.
Sky News
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We think that children's immigration status does not matter in this context. They should be able to go to school and grow and develop in a safe environment. Even if that was the purpose of the government's policy it targets much more people than that. Sir Paul McCartney has opened legal proceedings to reclaim ownership of many of the Beatles hits he wrote with John Lennon. The rights to the classics, including Love Me Do and All You Need Is Love, are currently owned by Sony/ATV, which has described the action as "both unneccessary and premature.
South China Morning Post
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Several children were among more than 25 people unaccounted for, feared dead, Thursday after an avalanche engulfed a mountain hotel in earthquake-ravaged central Italy. The national civil protection agency said the Hotel Rigopiano had suffered a direct hit by a two-metre- high wall of snow on Wednesday. Local officials confirmed that one body had been recovered from the ruins and that two guests who were not inside when the avalanche struck had been saved. Civil protection chief Fabrizio...