The Bolton News - North West
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A LONG-STANDING Thwaites employee has been rewarded for the support he has shown to his colleagues over his career with the beer giant.
BBC News 24
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events going ahead this weekend. Police are working hard. I understand that some colleagues have been spoken to by the police and the police have asked us to specifically thank members of the public for the help that they have given them over the last few days
Evening Standard
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Colleagues broke into applause and cheers after the news Katie Hopkins had been axed from her radio show on LBC, it is claimed.
BBC News 24
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of the injuries that our patients had experienced. That is quite new to some of us. I know I have had many conversations with colleagues over the last few days are exactly along those lines because it has taken us, to a degree, I surprise. We are trained to deal with these situations but living through it is quite different
BBC News 24
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the casualties themselves who, of course, have days going in weeks of further procedures which my colleagues have been undertaking in off the week. Prolonged stays on intensive care and returns back for further operations. I'm sure for these poor.
BBC News 24
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My heart was just racing. I could feel it pounding in my chest. But I knew we were there to do a job. That fear was in the back of my mind and my colleagues'.
Sky News
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of work we have gotten through. That continues at a rapid pace. Lots of my colleagues have worked very long hours. They have been working around the clock
Sky News
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pace. That is the pressure on my colleagues, lots of them have worked very long hours, little sleep. Working around the clock. What is driven as is that we can go home, 22 people very sadly will never go home again. That has.
Lincolnshire Echo
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More than 40 friends and colleagues of a man who passed away suddenly gathered together at Lincoln Beer Festival to have a pint in his honour.Workmates of Steve Pikett, 50 who worked at Siemens, decided that Lincoln Beer Festival would be the perfect place to remember him, as he was always a regular at the event and loved it.Work colleague and childhood friend of Mr Pikett, Andy Johnson, said: Steve would have thought that this was a great idea, he would have definitely loved it. He would...
BBC News 24
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permanent scars there. Emotionally. And I do worry my colleagues will suffer the same
BBC News 24
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A picture of a horror which faced first responders has also emerged. On the right is paramedic Adam Williams who is worried about the long-term effect on him and his colleagues. That is a big concern for us all, possibly myself, there will be some.
Sky News
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motivator. We must tell the story to the families of what happened. I spent yesterday afternoon and today speaking to my colleagues were first responders and who are involved in a.
Sky News
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Lots of pressure on my colleagues, working long hours had little sleep. What has driven us is that we can go home by 22 people cannot go home again. That's the big.
BBC News 24
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A picture of the horror which faced the first responders has emerged too. On the right here is paramedic Adam Williams. He is worried about the long-term effects on him and his colleagues
Channel 4
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Before we get to the news about Jared Kushner, let's talk about Trump in the G7. Apart from shopping his colleagues out of the way, what do you make of it? His advisers have given a briefing.
BBC News 24
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And I do worry that my colleagues will suffer the same. There is a very sombre and respectful atmosphere here
BBC News 24
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responders has emerged too. On the right here, is paramedic Adam Williams. He is worried about the long-term effects on him and his colleagues. That is a big concern for all of us. Possibly myself, there will be some permanent scars there, emotionally
BBC Four
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But the players on this stage are facing a very modern challenge: The threat of global terrorism. Theresa May told her G7 colleagues that they had to.
BBC Four
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do worry my colleagues will suffer the same. There was a sombre and respectful atmosphere here. It may be four days since the atrocity but that is the blink of an eye and people are trying to come to terms with what happened and coming.
BBC Four
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big concern for us all, possibly myself, there will be some permanent scars they are. Emotionally. And I do worry my colleagues will.
BBC Four
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a horror which faced responders has also emerged. On the right is paramedic Adam Williams who is worried about the long-term effect on him and his colleagues. That is a big concern for us all, possibly.
BBC One East
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there is still work to do to get their message out. My colleagues are constantly reporting they are going out to patients that are under the influence. Just yesterday, we have a team go out to a patient who decided to get in their vehicle and travel on the dual carriageway at a high speed. Emergency services are hoping this summer the anti-drink and drugs driving message finally gets through
BBC News 24
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Possibly myself, there will be some permanent scars there, emotionally. And I do worry that my colleagues will suffer the same. There is a very sombre and respectful atmosphere here. It may be four days since the atrocity, but that really is just the blink of an eye, and people here are still just.
BBC News 24
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A picture of the horror which faced the first responders has emerged too. On the right here, is paramedic Adam Williams. He is worried about the long-term effects on him and his colleagues. That is a big concern for all of us