The Herald - Sport
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When Stephen Hendry beat Jimmy White for the fourth time in a world snooker final back in 1994, White famously joked: 'he's beginning to annoy me now'. Of course, Jimmy wasnt kidding, he was completely serious about the situation he had once more found himself in.
The Sun Daily
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MONACO: Once-dominant Mercedes are now the underdogs in the Formula One title race, team boss Toto Wolff said after rivals Ferrari took a resounding one-two in Monaco on Sunday. Sebastian Vettel registered his third win from six races this season and with Kimi Raikkonen finishing runner-up the Italian team celebrated their first one-two since 2010. The result catapulted Ferrari back to the top of the constructors' standings and also sent German Vettel 25 points clear of Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton. "They deserved to win, they had the quickest car out there," Wolff told reporters. "I like the notion of underdog," added the Austrian. "Because the underdog is the one that people want to see win. As a matter of fact, I think we have been that since the beginning of the season. "We have been dropping in and out of the tyre window, never had two drivers or two cars over the whole course of a weekend within that window.
ITV
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And on the Bond film Die Another Day. Of course. Which I went on to win a stunt award for. Well done. Which is the equivalent to an Oscar. Absolutely. And the lovely Naomie Harris, too? Naomie, yes. I have worked with her a few times. The very first time was on White Teeth. I remember, yes
ITV
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so I kind of feel that it's a wonderful celebration too, and for him as well. Yes, that makes perfect sense. Right, we are starting the campaign to get one Benidorm. We are. The book is out now. It's called Mimi's Memoirs - 'Allo 'Allo. By you, Sue, of course. And it's a hoot. And it's a hoot, with Amazon.co.uk. God bless you. Beautifully plugged
ITV
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Even Germany and your viewers must know that I'm very big Down Under. You are a big hit in Australia. A big hit in Australia. It's amazing that a show like that - about World War II - because the Germans are very sensitive about that, of course. Worked incredibly well and everyone was able to laugh
ITV
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We had fantastic writers and this crazy cast, somehow, all these components just fit. Yes. And we had an absolute Tinseltown, it was. It was. It was great. Mimi's Memoirs. This is by Sue Hodge, of course, by you, Sue. But it is written from Mimi's point of view. It is. It is written through the eyes of Mimi Labonq. You had to be there to know that actually happened. It's hilarious
Sky News
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business in an easier way is always going to be preferred. Let's have a look at the Daily Mirror. Schools in the news today. Teachers apparently are leaving in droves, and of course they are facing a funding crisis
ITV
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Oh, no! The shame! Whoever it is! Is it tree? You can rely on moo to be discroot. It is mine. It is mine. It is mine. Three bins? There seems to have been quite a lot of honkey-ponkey going on. It's so silly. Sue Hodge, of course, played Mimi Labonq
BBC Radio Ulster
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sex place for soft behind Sweden's Alexander noren who said the course record 62 in football saying Duffy and eunan O'Kane will be part of the Republic of Ireland squad which flies out a new Jersey today head of Friday's friendly with Mexico para skate injury after being involved in a car accident on the way to meet up with the squad in Dublin England cricketers moeen Ali Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes are all rested for today's third one-day international against South Africa at Lords and finally in Rugby England beat the Barbarians by 28 points to 14 at Twickenham yesterday the barbers of course will be at kingspan Stadium on Thursday night to play Ulster and you can see that game live on BBC on the red button and online or referring to you earlier as traffic and travel well it's not a text to say there's been an oil spill on the A5 barnhill Road in Strabane just on the roundabout that leads on.
BBC Radio Ulster
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I am I working British Airways there and their parent company eyes you'll be doing everything you possibly can totally understand what happened but to learn the lessons over the last few days it experience to make sure that they can a thalassemia possible avoid happen again I think the experience of Delta I just mentioned her was equally painful for customers that delta as a business continues to be successful people continue to Flybe Airlines so I will expect things will calm down over time with you is not a favour not individual pupil the will of course understandably make decisions that the future tell the choices ok John will have to leave a very nice to talk to you this morning that her transport consultant at John Strickland the fear effect in the mirror stranded somewhere to get in touch with your still standing up you still in your luggage things a lot of people and told that you'll get them at some point.
BBC Radio Wales
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spectacular but you know the one thing I do like a bow tie manifesto that it does set out clearer than any other party what is 2 volt what is not devolved I'm there of course complications when you get to cross border services and there are complications with things like North Wales growth deal because you know we don't want that just stick to the Boulder that's about bringing Communities both on the English side in the washer together to grow up, make sure that tuna with new actors United Kingdom as well but there is there are issues within the manifesto which of course I need for the city deals are again good example of this this is cross governmental working UK government Welsh government and local authorities delivering am for the calibration of what's 1.2 billion pounds and have to leave it there thank you and I will be enough.
BBC Radio Wales
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secretly just can't control over those numbers you have had controls but again you have the skill base that we need in this country and this is the great trading ifs have hinted at what actually happened to that woman that support um but that is the bouncing at you have as a country that's why are aspirations tens of thousands because of course we don't know how many people going to leave the country every year and that's what affects the net as well moving on what do you want to set out in the Welsh manifesto is a number of policies on devolved areas why is that is not confusing to vote is deliberately confusing well if it if you see them of the Labour Party main pledges my three of the five are devolved and I think this this this election if I'm honest with you Rachael has been compounded by parties talking about the non devolved issues um it has completed.
BBC Radio Wales
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in the manufacture says that you would make me immigration system work for those factors that need workers that potentially good Abs to net migration well that's what I was just stressing in terms of this right skills so working with those sectors to establish what skills are country needs to grow and succeed and of course we will welcome you with open arms but it is about managing the skills we need with the net figure and that means that there are fluctuations every year with how many people leaving the country and their associations with coming in The Aspiration is clearly set out in the manifesto to get it to the tens of thousands how we do that is of course difficult I'm not going to pretend otherwise so we do that and grow our economy at the same time cuz that's the most important notice what do you make of the Institute for Fiscal Studies they were expecting that Sensatori immigration plan Mr 6 billion lb deficit in the UK a con.
BBC Radio Wales
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we stayed with the brexit see in the other issue Cause been immigration visit reiterating at that commitment in the Welsh Miner conservative manifesto to lowering net migration to the tens of thousands of how we going to achieve that I think you're getting as we negotiate out of the EU clearly freedom of movement is a flue liner up red light dependent on which government will be negotiating and that then give us an opportunity to redefine are Border controls I'm not to be where a member of Schengen and the Freedom of movement in that sense but it gives us an opportunity to say look at this is our immigration policy these are the skills that the country needs this is our priority list if you want to come here and this is our aspiration to get the net migration down to the tens of thousands so that means of course County glass and can two people in this is net migration not just immigration.
BBC Radio Wales
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why the Conservatives why not I can't remember they do a good job you got the words in the moment and I can probably tell you but it's some universe in terms of supply can be a moment the guarantees that the NFU NFU w asking for the given by the Secretary of State in terms of this financial round and then it's for the next Parliament whichever party form said governorate negotiate with Brussels and get the strongest most open and accessible to the European market possible and then of course that will have an impact on the UK framework of Agriculture you can't guarantee that the 680 million pounds of Wales has been receiving up until now will still be coming to Wales so how will the money be divided if you're talking about the pharisee friend how will it work will it become from Westminster will it I locate a certain amount to to Wales Supercross riddles slightly different areas because we couldn't guarantee that money even if we stayed with the EU.
BBC Radio Wales
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how fast do for example mention some support we need to the end of next and next Parliament no mention of what happens after that will the next Parliament so you know this sounds support subsidies the next auction at school sending you got 5 years to set a date yet and of course agricultural support you've got a you have a UK framework because of you going to have that free and open Access Trade between the four Nations United Kingdom you need a UK framework intensive agriculture to make sure it's an equal playing field and the cost of that impact in the ongoing negotiations with the EU because of course we want the strongest the most open access to the single market why not being a member of course that means we're going to have to play by some of the same will see you then when is plaid Cymru table an amendment to the brexit bill earlier this year seeking assurances on the sending from you at that it would be protected but it was.
The Iran Project
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Most notable, and now notorious, was Abdulhakim Belhaj, who was delivered back to Tripoli by the CIA/MI6 and imprisoned for six years. During this period, up until the “Arab Spring”, other members of the LIFG who were resettled in the UK around 1998 in the Manchester suburb where they were rediscovered last week – became rather persona non grata and some were placed on control orders as the LIFG was classified as a terrorist group. However… a big however – when US, UK and French leaders decided in 2011 that they could no longer live with Moammar Qadhafi – who now supported his traditional secular Arab Nationalist allies in Syria – the UK leaders again found a use for their Libyan friends in Manchester, as leaders of the ‘Revolutionary forces’ against the Libyan government. But of course it didnt end there – in Libya – and hasnt ended yet, either in Libya or in Syria, which is where many Libyan militants soon went.
BBC Radio Wales
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can we have to use etc manifesto but the prosperity fund world we created it and that's what manifest is there for and you can see that prosperity fund operating in the sense that the money coming back from Brussels the structural friend program which will of course cease to exist because we won't be longer members after this financial cycle of the EU um I'm weather be qualified for those structural funds anyway is anyone's guess your facts qualifying is not a success qualifying for structural funds would you fail to increase the prosperity of your nation so hopefully we should call the fact that means that the UK government will be in a position to work with partners like the city deal process the city deal process is incredibly quiet that's working with local party scene it in Cardiff city region we seen it Swansea to.
BBC Radio Ulster
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history with Joe Target and Declan lawn the news headlines this morning please describe the murder of Loyalist Alan Horner in Bangor yesterday as brittle and senseless detectives are given more time to question a man about the murders of two pensioners in their Portadown home on Friday and the 14th person is now in custody in connection with the suicide bombing in Manchester a week ago that is already the telling of the day we shouldn't get our hopes raised a to Hyde today but anything decent coming up in the next couple of days and yes the middle part of the week actually looks so not too bad so let's try again we go high pressure coming in but it says low pressure just at the weekend course the bank holiday pay as well at the moment where more less than a dry slope in the middle of an area brain about watching the rain towards Society says it moves in Ora's words it's a gathering of meant to be a little bit of the head to the afternoon.
BBC Radio Wales
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for the duration of the weekend what road closures are enforced Cardiff Council says all residents and businesses have been contacted and no business has to close all resident can apply for temporary car parking allowance on to avoid any potential road closures British Airways disposing questions over the catastrophic failure of its computer system and how its handle the fall out the airline stupid negative has apologized for what are you called a horrible time for customers the airline says it's making good progress and returning flights to normal after what it described as a power supply issue 28 he system Julian Bray is an aviation expert and says BA faces a huge compensation bill fails to level compensation the European Commission of course Awards money for delays and it depends on how long your journey is and how long the delay is also remember if you that.
Autocar
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BBC Radio Wales
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who brings in osteopath Bridgend and all good areas of importance of bringing in the different Communities doesn't it doesn't matter I'm afraid I can't raise the people and of the area for working so hard in raising I'm a huge amount of money and raising awareness of the event and it has brought Communities Together and there's a big talk now about the remaining to carry on fundraising for the other charity events following this one and is there any specific speaking about the mice this year but is there anything special that we can look forward to this plenty to do on the mice of course because there's a map of the stage with a different bands performing and there are lots of fans going to be there's going to be a big band tsunami playing on Saturday Big Gig.
BBC Radio Wales
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Stanford today anybody from your cloud computing with her yes yes the one in primaries that she's in a can of gold today and then I've got another one secondary school choir on Thursdays is there a busy week my wife no bank holiday festival at the festival being held this year at Newbridge and I'm here to tell if you're it tag when a list of the executive committee is at the campsite this morning when he's like when you're here in my caravan it's not very nice outside though I did not sleep with wife Lisa I'm a happy camper this morning I think so of course is the first day of capacitors and don't be arriving in their droves I'm sure I'm sure those all-important feeling but probably started already haven't happened with the.
BBC Radio Ulster
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well biscuit discussions always Alyssa is a great deal of feedback on now this program if you're enjoying the frontier 1771 just watch with a cup of tea with us 177 180 from Lee and the milk chocolate digestive care and I'm still happy with t and have a cup of tea in front of me but I feel if they have said I can do with a cup of tea or a cup of tea as good as you know if you've been following Britain's Got Talent you know that we have some local stars in The Mix and what stars they are some Patrick's primary school choir from from Green and County Down or into the semifinal ready pasted 6s of course as last year's winners of our own BBC Radio Ulster School Choir of the year and that's because we're even better than Simon Cowell it's putting raw Talent here's a clip of them rehearsing.