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The ruling won't be suspended if the government appeals, Watson said. Enforcement of these provisions in all places, including the United States, at all United States borders and ports of entry, and in the issuance of visas is prohibited, pending further orders from this court, he wrote. WHAT'S NEXT FOR HAWAII'S LAWSUIT? Watson's ruling allows Hawaii's lawsuit challenging the ban to work its way through the courts. While we understand that the President may appeal, we believe the court's well-reasoned decision will be affirmed, the Hawaii attorney general's office said in a statement. Ismail Elshikh, the imam of a Honolulu mosque who joined the lawsuit as a plaintiff, argues that he's harmed by Trump's order because it prevents his Syrian mother-in-law from visiting family in the U.S. It's not clear how Watson's ruling will affect the mother-in-law's ability to obtain a visa.
The Northern Echo
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Daily Express - Chelsea F.C
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EDEN HAZARD has been given permission by Chelsea to talk to Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.
BBC News 24
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saddened and shocked at Britain's decision to leave. It's also the most likely to want to retain a strong relationship with the UK, but not at any cost. What Germany fears most, instability
BBC News 24
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TRANSLATION: To be honest, really, why do they want to go it alone? Britain's influence is fading. Army housing, due for demolition, and a future relationship that is, as yet, undefined. Of all the EU member states, Germany was probably the most saddened and shocked at Britain's decision to leave. It's also the most likely to want to retain a strong.
Daily Express - Football
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EDEN HAZARD has been given permission by Chelsea to talk to Real Madrid, according to reports in Spain.
The Sun Daily - World News
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NEW DELHI: A senior Tibetan lama at the centre of a long-running row over one of Buddhism's most important titles has abandoned the monkhood altogether after marrying a childhood friend in India, his office said Thursday. Thaye Dorje, 33, has claimed since childhood to be the reincarnation of the Karmapa Lama, the leader of one of the four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism. But many adherents of the Karma Kagyu school of Buddhism follow another monk with a rival claim to the title, Urgyen Trinley, who is recognised by the Dalai Lama. The disagreement has long split Tibetan Buddhists, but on Thursday Thaye Dorje's office made the surprise announcement that he had married in a private ceremony in New Delhi on March 25, and abandoned the monkhood. "I have a strong feeling, deep within my heart, that my decision to marry will have a positive impact not only for me, but also for the lineage," the statement quoted Thaye Dorje as saying.
PC Pro
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There is one word of caution, however. This concerns the fingerprint reader, which has moved from the front of the phone below the screen to the rear, next to the camera lens. With no room for it on the frontSamsung has at last moved to onscreen home, back and Recent Apps buttons – this is a design decision that has been somewhat forced on Samsung. However, putting it next to the camera rather than below it will be something that will take some time to get used to. Perhaps Samsung is so confident in its improved iris recognition tech and new facial recognition system that it thinks users won't bother using the fingerprint reader all that often. I'm sceptical, however; fingerprint recognition is a proven technology, it works well and relegating it to this position is going to irritate a lot of people. Image 28 of 28 Samsung Galaxy S8 review: Key specifications, price and UK release date Just in case you want to know what the precise specifications are, here’s a quick rundown for you, including the UK release date and what we know about pricing.
Sky News
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certainty in the foreword. That is the key thing that the Government are trying to emphasise, that it is about providing elements of consistency. David Davis talks about a historic decision. They don't mention that things.
BBC News 24
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damage but I have to tell you now this decision will create a lot of damage, but both sides. Germany is the powerhouse of the European project and Angela Merkel's position is important. She already signalled that she did not agree with Theresa.
The Economic Times
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The Event Chronicle
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Whanganui River iwi have sought to protect the river and have their interests acknowledged by the Crown through the legal system since 1873. They pursued this objective in one of New Zealand’s longest running court cases. “Today’s agreement which recognizes the status of the river as Te Awa Tupua (an integrated, living whole) and the inextricable relationship of iwi with the river is a major step towards the resolution of the historical grievances of Whanganui iwi and is important nationally,” said Finlayson. After the river law was passed by the NZ parliament, a group of Maori and their supporters who attended the parliamentary chambers sang a traditional waita folk song, in celebration of the landmark decision. Within the same week, India legally recognized its Ganga and Yamuna rivers as legal entities as well. And across the world in South America, Bolivia and Ecuador have made comparable strides to preserve our natural environment.
BBC Two England
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who are putting an even more weighty decision to a public vote. Here's Emma Vardy. When the Isle of Wight Council invited the public to vote for the name of their chain ferry, officers stated that a certain name, Floaty McFloatface, would not be accepted
BBC News 24
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you go, a quick final thought about the Ken Livingstone story. You couldn't hear what was being said earlier he is appealing before the committee. Is it you're feeling he should be expelled from the Labour Party? What is important is that the NEC make a decision based on the evidence and they do it.
BBC Parliament
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constituency, and with that in mind, does he agree that this is an important bill for ensuring environmental but and I maintain, and the opportunity to enhance them, and anyone supporting those aims should really welcome this bill? Yes, he is exactly right. This bill ensures these protections are maintained, and the only way that would not be cases of this house may be that would not be cases of this house may be explicit decision to change them. Reference to disabled people disability.
BBC Two England
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understand what his idea of anti-Semitism truly is. Do you think he is anti-Semitic? What he has done has certainly come across that way. But the decision that needs to be made by the panel.
Sky News
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again, completely confounded about what is coming to Scotland. We are told that significant new powers will be coming but they have never been defined. They are going to take some sort of decision about how it is going to be devolved. Totally unsatisfactory
BBC Parliament
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UK businesses to keep trading knowing the rules have changed. By companies like Nissan and Hitachi in the Northeast need to continue like Nissan and Hitachi in the Northeast need to continue to expand in order to have future prosperity. So what is he going to do to ensure that opportunities to grow a exist, and workers' rights are protected too? She will notice that Nissan made an investment decision quite recently favourable to the north-east. It investment decision quite recently.
Sky News
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law has influenced the UK for many decades, that is going to continue, and then all the laws, as it stands, in 2019, will then also be incorporated as if it was a Supreme Court decision. This is to stop what.
Sky News
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explicit decision that we would look to make this Supreme Court legal precedent. To reduce the number of courts that can deal with this, just to the Supreme Court itself. And it is careful, about changing the.
The Herald - Education
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THE uncertainties facing universities following the Scottish Parliament's backing for a second independence referendum and Brexit have been highlighted by a leading principal.
SiteProNews
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Messages are sent via Facebook Messenger. The Town Hall tool comes a month after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg released a lengthy manifesto about building a better world. Part of that better world will come from a more civically-minded and engaged society. For society to become engaged, Zuck said two types of social infrastructure must be built: one that encourages engagement in existing political processes such as voting and another that puts in place a process for citizens worldwide to participate in collective decision-making. This is what he had to say: Beyond voting, the greatest opportunity is helping people stay engaged with the issues that matter to them every day, not just every few years at the ballot box. We can help establish direct dialogue and accountability between people and our elected leaders. This creates an opportunity for us to connect with our representatives at all levels.
BBC News 24
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degree of parallel standards, as part of our own national decision, but it will be brought back to this House of Commons and we will make the decision on what is best for this country. The government game, that EU law will remain in place, but the Secretary of State will be aware of concerns that others might try and use this process to get rid of EU laws they've never like to use these powers.
Sky News
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by any means. We may want to maintain a level of parallel standards as part of our own national decision. It will be brought back to this House of Commons and we will decide what is best for this country. The Government's game that EU law, with all its rights and protections.