Forbes
2 minutes
Georges St-Pierre and the UFC finally coming to terms on a new contract was the big news of the week, but the end to GSP’s free agency saga was far from the only major roster move we saw from the MMA leader.
BBC Parliament
5 minutes
For this Government, the economy is low on this new agenda, compared to reducing immigration and removing any jurisdiction from the ECJ. But I'm pretty sure that is not the priority of the British people. So let the people see the final Brexit deal and consider it.
Global News
32 minutes
BBC One Wales
34 minutes
In total, thousands of incidents were recorded here, but just over 6000 cases resulted in a prosecution. Across the UK, the British crime survey revealed 1.2 million women were victims of domestic abuse, but the vast majority did not contact the police. Prime Minister to Reza me has vowed to directly oversee the location telling creation of laws to deal with the problem.
BBC One Northern Ireland
35 minutes
I want to control the situation, show them they can trust you. We're at the knife's edge. # I'm only human after all # Don't put the blame on me... # Don't go back there and say no deal. They'll kill you. The clock is ticking towards polling day.
Daily Mail - Markets
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The Guardian - Network Front
an hour
Selectors keen to see Surrey’s 18-year-old all-rounder close up • Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes will stay with franchises and miss May series Sam Curran could be a surprise beneficiary of the recent English success in the Indian Premier League auction, with Surrey’s teenage all-rounder now in line for an England call-up to face Ireland in two ODIs in May in the absence of Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes. Related: Thangarasu Natarajan’s Punjab deal the latest product of IPL’s dream factory | The Spin Continue reading...
Daily Express
an hour
THE Scottish Secretary has told Alex Salmond to throw his weight behind a decent Brexit deal for the UK and not to focus on his ‘obsession’ with an independent Scotland.
Sky News
an hour
It wasn't the real deal. But symbolically, it was powerful. Because it was the first time in my lifetime, and probably yours, there was a white man standing up and saying, 'No' to the rest of the world. But his new neighbourhood has also said 'No' to his rhetoric, organising protests.
Cnet
an hour
Now available for iPhone, this handy tool can help you determine if all those gushing -- or glaring -- reviews are the real deal.
ABC News - International
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ITV
an hour
Southwold in Suffolk say they are and went on to attack the relentless campaign of distortions and half-truths in the media. Today, his own MP suggested he was guilty of half-truths himself. If you are going to charge an extra billion pounds... People understand we are still trying to deal with this deficit, then just say it, don't try and sugar-coat it with it being a reduction.
Deadline
an hour
Daily Mail - Money
an hour
Last month, Santander launched a top two-year deal at 1.44 per cent. Platform also has a deal at 1.54 per cent. Monthly repayments on a £150,000 loan would be £596 and £603 respectively.
Daily Mail - Money
an hour
Providers typically charge savers 5 per cent of their pot if they withdraw money before their deal matures. Some charge as much as 30 per cent. Government is capping exit penalties at 1 per cent from March 31.
PerezHilton
an hour
It's been a rough past few days for Milo Yiannopoulos ! The far-right journalist built a career on making outlandish, provocative statements and being an overall troll. But the wind was knocked out of his sails due to his controversial remarks on pedophilia . After an old interview surfaced featuring the provocateur condoning sexual relationships between 13-year-old boys and adult men, Milo lost his book deal with Simon & Schuster and even resigned as editor of conservative news outlet Breitbart . Related: Breitbart Says Lena Dunham's Pedo Comments Are Worse Than Milo's! But because the conservative isn't used to facing repercussions for talking out of his ass just to get a rise out of everyone, he decided to put on a little pity party press conference to set the record straight. On Tuesday in New York City, the 33-year-old started off by revealing he was abused between the ages of 13-16.
Daily Star - Football
2 hours
BBC News 24
2 hours
What made him, a married man with his own children, commit such a crime? TRANSLATION: It was a time that everyone was doing that kind of thing. You used a child in order to earn some money. Isn't what you did entirely wrong? TRANSLATION: It's terrible. What if that were my child and someone did that to them? He faced justice, but Albania has been criticised for a lack of prosecutions and there are concerns over police collusion. Some senior figures question whether trafficking is a real problem. But the official line is that there are systems to deal with it. It is not an increasing trend, it is a phenomenon that is kind of constant, but it has to be tackled properly and to make always all the structures working together.
Ruptly TV
2 hours
Variety
2 hours
Daily Star - Football
2 hours
WAYNE ROONEY wants out of Manchester United - and could be heading to China.
Sky News
2 hours
Mr Carney, who gave dire economic warnings ahead of the referendum vote, admitted that there could be a positive outcome for the economy if the government reaches what he called a 'bold, ambitious trade deal'.
InfoWars
2 hours
Sky News
2 hours
It was temporary, it was just a handful of countries. It wasn't the real deal. But symbolically, it was powerful. Because it was the first time in my lifetime, and probably yours, there was a white man standing up and saying, 'No' to the rest of the world.