BBC News 24
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.. I would actually like to talk about issues and what it is that makes a difference to people's lives and what makes a difference to people's lives is having the sort of government that will address the concerns of people that have some solutions. This government does not and we need to make clear that we are the alternative and we have alternative solutions that will work.
BBC News 24
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.. I would actually like to talk about issues and what it is that makes a difference to people's lives and what makes a difference to people's lives is having the sort of government that will address the concerns of people that have some solutions. This government does not and we need to make clear that we are the alternative and we have alternative solutions that will work.
BBC News 24
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We are supporting families that have already been displaced. Around 150,000 people have already been displaced from the Mosul offensive, and we are supporting families in camps, as well as people who have returned home to their villages. The United Nation's new climate chief has admitted that she's worried about the election of President Trump, because of his threat to pull the US out of international agreements. Patricia Espinosa is visiting America this weekend and hopes to raise her concerns with senior officials.
BBC News 24
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We are learning a little bit more about VX. Tell us how dangerous it is. As you have said, it is one of the most toxic nerve agents ever developed. It can kill in minute quantities. I have seen overnight there have been questioned about the scientific community about how likely this could have been VX. It has not yet been confirmed by an international laboratory. The delivery of it is starting to raise concerns, how it could not have contaminated for instances the ambulance people who treated him.
BBC News 24
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Labour, he told The Times, had now lost support among what he called its core base. "I am obviously deeply concerned that Labour is further from power that at any stage in my lifetime," he told the newspaper. But those loyal to the leaders say it is not all Jeremy Corbyn's fault and add... I would actually like to talk about issues and what it is that makes a difference to people's lives and what makes a difference to people's lives is having the sort of government that will address the concerns of people that have some solutions.
BBC News 24
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BBC News 24
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.. I would actually like to talk about issues and what it is that makes a difference to people's lives. And what makes a difference to people's lives is having the sort of government that will address the concerns of people, that has solutions. This government does not and we need to make clear that we are the alternative and we have alternative solutions that will work.
BBC News 24
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Sky News
10 hours
We will... Sorry, did somebody try to kick me? Do you take responsibility? Just after Jeremy Corbyn left, the Labour MP who masterminded the retention of Stoke expressed his concerns about Copland.
BBC News 24
12 hours
I would like to talk about issues and what makes a difference in people's lives and what makes a difference is having the sort of government that will address the concerns of people, has some solutions. This government does not and we must make clear that we are the alternatives and we have alternative solutions that will work.
Sky News
12 hours
We will... Sorry did somebody tried to kick me? Just after Jeremy Corbyn left, the Labour MP who masterminded the retention of Stoke expressed his concerns about Copland -- try. We have to reconnect with working people. We are the party of the working people.
BBC Two England
13 hours
I would like to talk about issues and what makes a difference in people's lives and what makes a difference is having the sort of government that will address the concerns of people, has some solutions. This government does not and we must make clear that we are the alternatives and we have alternative solutions that will work.
TIME - Global Spin
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Politico
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STV
13 hours
Today a police pod was parked in the centre of the village to deal with anyone with concerns or further information about the case. Last night, police said they detained a 23 year old man and he was assisting with their enquiries.
Voice Of America
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Sky News
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Just after Mr Corbyn left, the Labour MP who masterminded the retention of Stoke expressed his concerns about the loss in Copeland. We have to reconnect with working people.
Sky News
14 hours
Of course, we will... Sorry, someone tried to kick me, I beg your pardon. It is a reasonable question Mr Corbyn. Just after Mr Corbyn left, the Labour MP who masterminded the retention of Stoke expressed his concerns about the loss in Copeland. We have to reconnect with working people. We are the party of working people, always will be the party of working people.
Techradar
15 hours
First, the format is still in its relative infancy compared to the likes of SMS and MMS, the traditional venues for basic text and picture messaging, respectively. Despite 27 different providers and device manufacturers - to include Sprint, Deutsche Telekom, Rogers, and Globe - joining in on Google's RCS efforts, big names like Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T were conspicuously missing from Google's news announcement. This is likely, as noted by Android Police , because these larger service providers have their own take on RCS messaging services that could be seen as stepping on Google's toes, or vice-versa. Additionally, concerns have arisen about how adding "smart" features to texting - especially on an platform like Android - could be seen as a possible security hazard, according to Recode . It will take some time to see how Android Messages pans out for telecom companies and customers alike, though those running an Android phone from almost every major manufacturer - ranging from HTC to Motorola to LG to even Google's Pixel - will be capable of preloading the new app starting today.
Techradar
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This is why, despite their popularity, the likes of Ubuntu and Mint are not featured here. In addition to a driven installation, which separates these distros from most others, what's even better is the adaptability quotient of the distros in our roundup. You can easily coax any of these operating systems to perform tasks as disparate as churning out music at parties, or hosting complex websites. The development methodology and underlying package management system are still relevant concerns, but if you're driven by the desire to squeeze every ounce of power out of your Linux distro, you could be a power user How we tested... All of the distros on our list have been around for a number of years, and indeed weve revised our appraisals of them over the course of several years. Over this period, they've each earned a large amount of kudos by offering unique perks or advantages over their peers, whether in terms of software management or ease of installation.
Sky News
15 hours
Of course, we will... Sorry, someone tried to kick me, I beg your pardon. It is a reasonable question Mr Corbyn. Just after Mr Corbyn left, the Labour MP who masterminded the retention of Stoke expressed his concerns about the loss in Copeland.
Politico
16 hours
The remarks today were meant to ally concerns residents have about Trump's effort to deport millions of undocumented residents. Undocumented residents are clustered in major American cities like New York, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center. Byrne said people who commit low-level offenses in New York City — and have identification and no outstanding warrants — are given summonses and not fingerprinted. That process, he said, shields residents from having their information entered into computer systems which federal officials can then use in order to find undocumented residents. “Nobody is getting deported for jumping a turnstile,” Byrne said. “Our policy is, if you jump a turnstile, unless you are a transit recidivist, you dont even get a criminal summons. You get a civil summons … where you are not fingerprinted and that does not go into any criminal system.
BBC News 24
16 hours
We listen closely and carefully to each other as we respectfully and patiently raise our respective concerns. There were discussions with the Mexican president, too. Promises of closer cooperation and reminders of the cultural bonds across the border.
BBC News 24
16 hours
We're getting really bad dudes out of this country. And at a rate that nobody's ever seen before. And they're the bad ones. Also crossing the border, Rex Tillerson, the Secretary of State from Texas, year to talk to his counterpart and forced to listen to Mexican concerns.