BBC News 24
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On the face of confidentiality but I can tell you he was admitted here in August 2014 and the hospital said that his two yesterday he was unnecessary and he was deemed fit to be discharged, but despite offers of care and accommodation, he wouldn't go and because he wouldn't give his consent they couldn't discharge and the hospital says they didn't take the decision lightly but they went to court to get a court order to try and get back possession of the bed so someone else could use it, and eventually he was evicted from the hospital ten days ago.
BBC News 24
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For now, thank you very much. Police in Bristol have used a Taser on a member of their own race-relations panel. The incident, involving 63 year old Judah Adunbi, has been referred to the police watchdog. Our home affairs correspondent has joined me. What happened here. little argument about what happens, there was just a decision about whether the officer 's behaviour was appropriate.
The Cornishman
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Cornwall Council is being taken to the High Court today for a second time by a group of campaigners, just over a year after losing a similar case. The group Cornwall Against Dean Super-quarry (Cads) is fighting plans for the reopening of Dean Quarry, near St Keverne on the Lizard peninsula. The group is taking a decision made by the council over planning matters to the High Court. In a similar case in December 2015, a judge ruled that planning permission was to be quashed for buildings and a...
BBC News 24
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My position is not confused at all. In the referendum the decision was made and it is not up to us to second-guess the result of the referendum. It is up to second-guess the result of the referendum. It is up to us to use the opportunity that referendum. It is up to us to use the opportunity that is provided to stop the Tories from bringing a low tax the shores of Britain.
BBC News 24
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Our political correspondent Ellie Price is at Westminster. here, what we think is the Labour Party position now. We are Party position now. We are waiting for the Supreme Court decision on Tuesday as to whether the government decision on Tuesday as to whether the government must do to parliament before it triggers Article 50. There is a feeling of Westminster that the government will lose the case is a feeling of Westminster that the government will lose the case and it will need to go to parliament before it triggers Article 50, which we thought was going to be it triggers Article 50, which we thought was going to be sometime in March.
BBC One East Midlands
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-- some non-EU. Decision from the Council is expected in a few weeks. Thank you. Something called sunshine appeared today. A welcome change, but will it last, Lucy? Thank you.
Sputnik International
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BBC One West
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They won't be able to walk, talk, eat, drink. You know, all the really basic things that we do. It might be that they have cognitive needs so they're thinking skills will be impaired which makes decision-making, problem-solving, communicating more difficult.
The Huffington Post
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
20 minutes
Charlton fan Jake Trimmings hopes the Addicks can push for the play-offs. Q It is sometimes hard to know where to begin with Charlton but we will start with the manager was Russell Slade right to lose his job?I think at the time of his sacking, it did seem like a good decision.The problem that Slade had, was he seemed too negative at times and we were crying out for a manager to sign some good strikers who can finish chances and win us games. On paper, the strikers he did bring in were...
BBC One Scotland
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They're on the right track, but they're still below the target required. And Phil Verster has clearly taken a decision to step down from a job which has brought very intense pressure on a daily basis. I'm told he's moving to another job in the rail industry elsewhere in the UK Protests are being held around Scotland to coincide with Donald Trump's inauguration as US President.
Washington Free Beacon
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But he says their decision not to run with American Bridge's research might've cost Clinton the election. Did Hillary's own campaign rob her of the only anti-Trump argument that would have opened up the all-important economic issue to her advantage? That's the inescapable conclusion. Brock's remarks will come during an opening session of the inaugural gathering of what he is calling Democracy Matters 17, where deep-pocketed Democratic donors have gathered at the ritzy Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura to discuss what went wrong in 2016 and how to resist the Trump presidency. Brock's speech, scheduled to run 15 minutes, angrily denounces Trump and the people and forces that propelled him to the White House. We'll remember [FBI director] Jim Comey and the Clinton-hating traitors inside the FBI who stole the election, he will say.
The Washington Times - Soccer
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Washington Free Beacon
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But he says their decision not to run with American Bridge's research might've cost Clinton the election. Did Hillary's own campaign rob her of the only anti-Trump argument that would have opened up the all-important economic issue to her advantage? That's the inescapable conclusion. Brock's remarks will come during an opening session of the inaugural gathering of what he is calling Democracy Matters 17, where deep-pocketed Democratic donors have gathered at the ritzy Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura to discuss what went wrong in 2016 and how to resist the Trump presidency. Brock's speech, scheduled to run 15 minutes, angrily denounces Trump and the people and forces that propelled him to the White House. We'll remember [FBI director] Jim Comey and the Clinton-hating traitors inside the FBI who stole the election, he will say.
Haaretz
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South China Morning Post
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KyivPost
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Roshen, Ukraine’s leading confectionery company, which is owned by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, it to close its Lipetsk-based factory in Russia. The company will lay off 700 employees and completely halt its operations by April, according to a statement by the company on Jan. 20. “The decision was made due to political and economic reasons,” Roshen’s statement read. “The arrest of property, imposed by the Investigative Committee of Russia as part of a criminal case on alleged tax fraud, made the sales of the factory impossible.” Poroshenko has long been criticized by Ukrainians for continuing to do business in Russia despite the Kremlin-instigated war against Ukraine that has claimed 10,000 lives and the seizure of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula. In Russia, Roshen’s operations have come under attack from the Russian authorities. The company reported that over the last few years the production at the Lipetsk confectionery factory had fallen by three times.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
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Try it tonight -- chances are, you’ll be glad you left your work at work. 4) Youre putting off morning stuff until the morning. We know -- when else would you do morning things? But my colleague, Sophia Bernazzani, stresses the value of getting certain morning tasks done in advance, and she suggests taking15 minutes to lay out your outfit, pack your lunch, and prep your coffee” the night before. If you’re not a morning person, she explains, “decision making abilities are limited -- so you should save them for work.” So completing these items ahead of time not only gives you the peace of mind of having them done -- but also, it frees up a bit of time in the morning to sleep more, work out, or meditate, which is shown to lower stress levels by 31% and increase energy throughout the day by 28% . 5) Youre ignoring your tension. We have instincts for a reason -- we’re built to instinctively seek out the things that will help us survive.
BBC Two England
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Are we not clear yet from the whips whether this will be a free vote for Labour or a whipped vote? The decision has not been taken is the message that I got this morning. There is speculation, that is premature. We don't know which way it will go. In December there was a whipped vote.
Daily Mail - USA
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BBC Two England
an hour
I wish her the best of luck, I hope she gets all she promises thankfully she made in that speech. We've been joined by the Labour MP Neil Coyle. You are not voting for Article 50? No. And why not, let's take the Supreme Court decision, if that is what it is? So, the Labour manifesto made clear that we supported being in the European Union, the Labour Conference voted to retain our position.
BBC News 24
an hour
There is nothing we can do to change our president, we have to support him. The people voted for our president elect, so now protesting over history is kind of messed up. As president of this institution I made a decision that I was not going to deny these students this historic opportunity.
BBC Two England
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On that. It's expected that next Tuesday the Supreme Court will deliver its verdict on the Government's appeal against the previous High Court decision that parliament must vote on the decision to trigger Article 50, which will kick off Brexit negotiations. Ahead of that decision Jeremy Corbyn finds himself in something of a pickle. Yesterday the Labour leader said it was "very clear" his party accepted the referendum result, and that he will ask Labour MPs to vote for Article 50.
BBC Parliament
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What this Bill seeks to do is quite simply and is now less than, advance the cause of equality in our country. For that reason, I wholeheartedly welcome it and look forward to when it comes to supporting it in the future decision. -- division. It is a great pleasure to follow my honourable friend, the member for North Devon, who reminded us all this morning that while we, in this country, may have made enormous progress, I think it's fair to say that we have made enormous progress over recent years in removing discrimination.