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No surprise, then, that in the cafe where she opted to watch the speech, there were people who voted differently. It wasn't hard to find them. I voted out and I'm hoping for strength, leadership and clarity on where we go next. The third principal is to build a fairer Britain, which means ensuring it is fair to everyone who lives and works in this country.
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This is Outside live from the BBC newsroom. Our lead story. The British prime minister, Theresa May, has ruled out membership of the EU single market when Britain leaves the European Union. She said staying in would mean accepting the EU's rules without having any say in making them. An air strike by the Nigerian military has accidentally killed at least 50 civilians at a camp for displaced people in the north-east of the country. Aid workers are among the casualties. The pilot apparently thought he was attacking Boko Haram insurgents. BBC Hausa has more on that.
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It isn't out of line to say that the United States has been failing when it comes to rail projects. While the railroad was one of the reasons the country prospered so quickly, it has quickly fallen...
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Scottish veterans of the Second World War have been awarded France's highest honour for their role in liberating the country from German occupation.
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Another day dawns in the Swiss Alps. But while at first glance, Davos might look the same as ever beneath the surface, things are getting a little unusual. So China's President today somehow managed to position himself as the world champion of openness and globalisation, despite leading a country renowned for human rights abuses and shuttered markets.
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AFTER Theresa May’s hard Brexit speech, here’s where you can get more currency for your pound.
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Teams from Doctors Without Borders say they've counted 52 dead and at least 120 wounded in the bombing on the camp in Rann, Nigeria. The country's president said the air force strike was accidental. (Image credit: MSF)
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N. system. Despite the United States' strong and continued support for the State of Israel, including a 10-year, $38-billion package of military aid for the country signed in September, President Barak Obama and Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have had an often fraught relationship. Israel's envoy did not attempt to conceal his government's relief that president-elect Donald Trump, who has expressed strong public support of Israel and anger at its treatment at the United Nations, is about to take office. “With this new administration comes the hope the United States will return to its policy of rejecting unfair and biased Security Council resolutions and promoting direct and genuine dialogue between Israel and the Palestinians,” Danon said. Palestinians expect results Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour called resolution 2334 a “turning point” and wagging his finger at the 15 council members said, “Follow up must begin immediately and all must uphold their obligations, including each and every one of you members of the Security Council, it is your resolution; it is your duty to see that it is completely implemented.
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17 January 2017 -- On the heels of failed rains and a calamitous El Ni"o in Ethiopia, the country's Government today launched an appeal for $948 million to urgently address food and non-food needs,
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WASHINGTON, U.S. - On a day when the civil rights icon was honored across the country, Bernice King, Martin Luther King Jrs youngest daughter, asked people to not be afraid of wh
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Lastly, in June 2016, the Bravolebrity got a $4,011.20 lien for the 2014 tax period. The grand total adds up to $291,719.06. PHOTOS: The 14 Most Outrageous Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Secrets & Scandals According to the Georgia Clerk of Courts, none of the liens have yet to be released. And Fulton Country’s Clerk of Superior Court refused to comment on the reality star’s tax nightmare. Whitfield, who was recently fined for throwing a rowdy bash at her grandiose dream mansion , has a history of debt problems. In March 2016, she was sued by a contractor for allegedly owing $25,000 for her home’s construction[http://radaronline.com/celebrity-news/sheree-whitfield-sued/]. The year prior, a fan accused her of charging $5 to pose for a selfie with him . She defended her fee, claiming “Next time it will be $10!” We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at 800-344-9598 any time, day or night.
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The Somali militant group al-Shabab has purportedly executed a Ugandan soldier who had been held captive since September, 2015, according to a video released by the group. The video posted by the group purports to show the soldier being executed with two gunshots to the head. Before the execution, the group apparently forced the soldier to make a statement saying that Ugandan soldiers came to Somalia “just for the money”. The soldier then urges other Ugandan soldiers to stay in their own country and not to deploy to Somalia. “It’s possible to get a salary even back in Uganda,” he says in the video. Al-Shabab identifies the soldier as Masassa M.Y. He was captured following an al-Shabab raid on a Ugandan-run military base in the town of Jannaale, 120 kilometers south of Mogadishu, on September 1, 2015. Nineteen Ugandan soldiers were killed in the attack, according to officials.
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It's also her job to schedule meetings with parents. I don't think the paperwork in and of itself is too cumbersome, Beck says. Where it becomes cumbersome is the teacher that's teaching all day is now having to do that paperwork. She says this division of labor might not work everywhere. You have to find a special ed person who likes paperwork and those are few are far between, she says, adding, I do love paperwork. This approach, dividing and conquering, wasn't a directive from any school administrator. The teachers just made it happen, and it's unique. Laurie VanderPloeg, president-elect of the Council for Exceptional Children , says she is not aware of this happening anywhere else in the country. What she is aware of is this — special education teachers are spending the majority of their prep time on paperwork, in lieu of assessing and designing and delivering that specially designed instruction that they need to be providing to the students with disabilities.
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The third principal is to build a fairer Britain which means ensuring it is fair to everyone who lives and works in this country. Two parents and two small business owners who, six months ago, had different visions of the future and now both looking for signs that exit would make the UK fairer.
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A Derbyshire man who survived a terrorist beach attack in Tunisia had been assured it was 100% safe to go to Sousse by a travel agent when he booked, just weeks after an earlier deadly attack on tourists in the country's capital, an inquest in London heard.Paul Thomson booked a stay in the Mediterranean resort after being told the Bardo attack in Tunis was a one-off, said Andrew Ritchie QC, who represents 20 victims' families.He made the claim while cross-examining Jane...
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Teams from the aid organization say they've counted 52 dead and at least 120 wounded in the bombing on the camp in Rann, Nigeria. The country's president said the air force strike was accidental. (Image credit: MSF)
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So what is the European Single Market and what could Britain get in its place? Our diplomatic correspondent James Landale explains how the current system works. Every EU country is a full member of the club, Norway, Iceland, Lichtenstein, partial members.
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Much will change. Concern and criticism won't fade away. The scale of what we decided, how it will change our country and all our lives is still fully to emerge. Laura Kuenssberg, BBC News, Westminster. For decades now Britain has traded within the EU's single market. As we've been hearing those days are numbered.