Sky News
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In parts of Birmingham, there's also been delays and cancellations to some train services, and, of course, we are expecting this storm which is being hailed by the Met Office as a weather bomb to hit around ten o'clock. We're told it won't last for that long, it might subside by mid-afternoon, but will affect mainly parts of Wales, so in this area of north Wales, west England, East Anglia, and also the Midlands around the Birmingham area.
BBC News 24
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In a vehicle it will be difficult. That is just with the wind element. A third element, rain. The rain is coming around this area of low pressure pushing from west to east. Through the course of the day, as the squeezing isobars continued to move across us, transient cold air coming in, with snow in the hills of North Wales and perhaps Northern Ireland as well.
ITV
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Open to everybody. There is still a minority of women in the police. When I first met Cressida in 1983 you were always the only woman on a course. Nowadays you see that you can break the everyone petrified it was a suicide bomber.
Sky News
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For the first time in our opinion history, of course prisons are about punishment, but we are also saying that we have to be better at reforming offenders, and the secretary of state must be held to account on how good I am at doing that, so how good we are at getting prisoners off drugs, getting them the education they may not have, getting them into work, and, for the first time, this will be in primary legislation.
ITV
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For the first time in our history, of course prisons are about punishment but we are saying we have to be better at reforming offenders. While that's a key priority, the bill also aims to speed up the court process and modernise it. And some less serious criminal offences will be dealt with via online virtual hearings. But some aren't convinced.
Sky News
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Here in Aberystwyth where there is a warning in place, of course as well as parts of north-west England, East Anglia, also parts of Birmingham. In November, they saw a mini Tornado here that flattened many caravans in a holiday park.
ITV
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We can bring you up-to-date with the path Doris is taking. In Galway on the west of Ireland they have recorded a gust of 87 mph. Very heavy rain. Scotland is expected to bear the brunt. Wind picking up during the course of the morning and on higher ground we could see up to a foot of snow.
BBC News 24
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If you put that in context it is being valued almost as much as Ford, which has been around for more than a century, of course, and sold over 6 million vehicles just last year. So we will have a full report on that in about 20 minutes.
BBC News 24
2 hours
She says it's given... Who is this? Sarah Weddington. Of course it did. It's given women 30 years of knowing what it's like to be autonomous and making decisions most vital to their lives. And that is the way Sarah Weddington thinks but it is not the way I think.
BBC News 24
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Do you ever think about her? Of course, I do. Ever wonder what she looks like? Of course, I do. But I promised I would never bother her. Do you have pity for women these days who are in a similar position to where you were then? Desperate, having found out that they... Things are different. We have crisis pregnancy centres that outnumber abortion clinics three - one.
BBC News 24
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.. I do not go to the Church of England... I am saying there is a balance to be taken account of. Of course there is. If a mother is going to die in childbirth, if it is the view of a doctor that is going to happen, do you favour the life of the unborn fetus over that of the mother? I really do not think that is a very fair question, but I will give you my opinion.
BBC News 24
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Is that a godless approach? That -- situations. I think... They may be rare, but they are also important. They are We are talking about the life of a woman and child. It is a balance, isn't it? That of course it is. It does not make it... The child is nonetheless a child if it is. It does not make it... The child Church of England is talking about.
BBC News 24
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And, of course, they've got a drone, equipped with a rotating lidar sensor, the team is using it to autonomously quickly scan the island from above. I'm covering this whole clearing here in, I think it was 14 minutes and that will have all of this area mapped from above - to walk it and capture all the low stuff, I reckon you're probably looking at half an hour, 40 minutes, maybe longer.
BBC News 24
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Not allowing them to act and to feel and to be the way that they know they are inside is just damaging. The Obama rule, of course, allowed those students to use the bathrooms they felt most comfortable in.
BBC News 24
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The Obama rule, of course, allowed those students to use the bathrooms they felt most comfortable in. Do you understand why that makes some other people, not transgender, feel uncomfortable and in some cases feel threatened? In some cases they feel it is a safety issue.
BBC News 24
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This, of course, if the end of federal protections for transgender students in public schools. I think the anti- bullying safeguards, we are told, will remain. Can you tell us in a nutshell why this matters, what it means? Well, what it means to transgender children is that they are still going to be forced to walk into a bathroom that either service they are not the gender that they are, they are not going to get into the women's room and feel like they are female, they are not going to get into the men's room.
The Iran Project
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Referring to the recent missile tests that have been calledprovocative” by so many, Rezaei said: We dont claim that we should start randomly firing missiles in response to Trump’s threats. Such an action would amount to adventurism. Of course if the enemy moves against us, we will definitely respond. But we will not be the one who starts anything. If Trump is allowed to believe that threats work and can cause fear, he will increase his threats. He is a bully … if he feels that his opponent can also be a bully, he will back down. Otherwise, he will keep advancing. … Showing weakness has often led to war. … Our most important defensive doctrine is to maintain our strength as a deterrent against war. Our strength is our means of deterrence. … I ask those who are against strengthening our military: If we had our present power at the time of Saddam’s invasion, would he have dared to invade us? There may be no doubt that the answer to this question is “No.
Mashable
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While some companies embrace standing desks and free snacks, one Swedish town's politician is hoping to give workers the greatest perk of all: the freedom to bone on the clock. The proposal comes from Per-Erik Muskos, a council member for Övertorneå. It requires companies to give workers an hour paid break to go home and give their partners the business. SEE ALSO: Stephen Colbert pays tribute to those lost in the fake Sweden terror attack "There are studies that show sex is healthy," Muskos said, according to a Swedish publication . Of course, "you can't guarantee that a worker doesn't go out for a walk instead," he added, which is a very good point. Read more... More about Workplace Cuture , Sex , Sweden , and Watercooler
WinBeta
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Microsoft's work with this Swedish company could potentially save $42 million over the course of just ten years.
Autocar
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However, it hit mainstream use in May 2000 with the Peugeot 607 2.2 HDi, making it Euro 4-compliant five years early. Today, although it is not legally mandated, every diesel-engined car sold in Europe has a DPF in order to help it to meet Euro 6 emissions regulations. We continued in 1996: “Engineers are predicting a gradual convergence of diesel and petrol technologies as both move towards four valves, direct injection and exhaust after-treatment to reduce NOx output.” Most engines today do indeed have four valves per cylinder, while most modern diesels, such as the Volkswagen Group’s TDI units, are direct injection, and DPFs are effective exhaust after-treatment. This is part of the reason why, although still hazardous, diesels are less polluting than they were 20 years ago. Importance of CO2 emissions Of course, there was also the issue of CO2 to contend with.
Sky News
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Following Ian Stewart's conviction, police say they will now review the death of his first wife. Diane Stewart died of natural causes in 2010. It would only be proper that we relooked at what the causes might be, but she did die seven years ago and there is no suggestion that she died of anything other than natural causes, but of course it will be part of our inquiries moving forward from this conviction. Ian Stewart planned the murder of a woman who loved him.
Sky News
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It would only be proper that we relooked at what the causes might be, but she did die seven years ago and there is no suggestion that she died of anything other than natural causes, but of course it will be part of our inquiries moving forward from this conviction. Ian Stewart planned the murder of a woman who loved him.
BBC One Wales
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And ultimately... There is an issue of a democratic accountability. Of course there is. And that's why, in the end, the Commons will triumph over the Lords. But I think we will win some important amendments, as we've already discussed. We'll win the border issue, an open border with Northern Ireland.
BBC One Wales
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That doesn't seem to be right, does it? Well, that tension isn't entirely right, of course, but you don't put it right by saying, oh, the House of Commons should just have a blank cheque to do what they want. What we should be doing is ensuring - and I'm sure this will be a matter for debate in the committee stage of the bill next week - we want the Welsh government, the Welsh Assembly, to have a much bigger say.