ITV
10 minutes
I think it's bitterly disappointing to say the least. I can't think of any reason why the government are really doing it. They're making a few excuses but the excuses don't even stack up. I think they should reverse the decision.
ITV
38 minutes
He was entirely innocent. She was cleared of blame but the family, very sensitive to her appointments. Proof that police officers can act with impunity. Not true. She made a difficult operational decision and in many ways I am glad it was Cressida because she is someone who will stand up to be counted and take responsibility.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Frankie McCamley reports. Whether to turn left or right - a simple decision for many. But the issue of choosing between the door for women and for men is once again highlighting a political touchstone dividing social conservatives and those who support greater equality. Last May the Obama Administration directed public schools to allow transgender access to such facilities consistent with their gender identity, not what was on their birth certificate. It warned if schools were to discriminate, they could lose funding.
BBC News 24
2 hours
I don't really... Would you really take that control away from them? This has been such a landmark decision, it's changed the lives of millions of women across America, hasn't it? We filed a motion 60 brief for the.
BBC News 24
2 hours
Why would you take that right away from them? I'm not trying to take anything away from them. I'm trying to make them realise that it's a mistake. The whole abortion industry was based on a foundation of lies. They don't give a dam about women. All they do is... But it's the woman's decision to make, isn't it? It is, but then women should not act as their own gods.
BBC News 24
2 hours
I am from the United States. But you do not have a view on this then? No. So your views are entirely restricted to the United States? Somewhat. For a woman who was cited in Roe v Wade, you could not have come further, could you? Away from that initial decision, which used your name in the case to come up with The Supreme Court decision, legalising abortion.
BBC News 24
2 hours
There is a chink of light as you put it in everyone's soul. It depends on what the climate is. It depends on the basic decision, which should be done by the people that are involved with it. OK. So it is not an absolute. It is not an absolute no abortion under any circumstances? I stand by the teachings of the Catholic Church, Tim.
BBC News 24
2 hours
We will do anything to save the life of the mother and also the life of the child. But what if you cannot? What if you have to make a choice? What then? Then that decision has to be made by that particular woman's husband, her pastor, or her priest. But not the woman herself? If the woman is able to make the decision herself, then it is her decision.
BBC News 24
2 hours
When it comes to the legal history of the United States, the case of Roe v Wade is a landmark. It culminated in the decision to legalise abortion, and has been bitterly challenged ever since. Among me is Jane Roe who was in the case. She has dropped the pseudonym and now has the opposite opinion.
BBC News 24
3 hours
The Justice and Education departments say the Obama guidelines were confusing. Advocates for transgender rights argue they were needed, to protect students from discrimination. Frankie McCamley reports. Whether to turn left or right - a simple decision for many. But the issue of choosing between the door for women and for men is once again highlighting a political touchstone dividing social conservatives and those who support greater equality.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Whether to turn left or right - a simple decision for many. But the issue of choosing between the door for women and for men is once again highlighting a political touchstone dividing social conservatives and those who support greater equality. Last May the Obama Administration directed public schools to allow transgender access to such facilities consistent with their gender identity, not what was on their birth certificate.
BBC News 24
5 hours
Whether to turn left or right, a simple decision for many. But the issue of choosing between the door for women and for men is once again highlighting a political touchstone dividing social conservatives and those who support greater inequality.
Autocar
5 hours
Volvo V90 Hot versions of the S90 and V90 will turn to hybrid power and are due to launch in 2018 New Volvo S90 and V90 Polestar models wont launch until at least 2018 but will use high-performance hybrid power as the Swedish firm seeks to further differentiate itself from German rivals. The decision to launch with hybrid power is motivated by Volvo’s desire to be perceived differently from the likes of Audi ’s RS, BMW ’s M and Mercedes-AMG . However, company bosses have indicated that developing electrified performance cars will take time, pointing to a 2018 launch. At last month’s Detroit motor show Lex Kerssemakers, president of Volvo America, said the new-look Polestar wont launch for around two years, but added: “There’s a plan, but nothing to talk about. We will talk soon, but we’re still working on it internally.” Volvo UK’s managing director, Jon Wakefield, declined to reveal specifics, but said: “Polestar is going to come out with something very exciting and a little bit different.
Politico
6 hours
Politico
6 hours
Spicer acknowledged there was debate within the Cabinet over timing and wording. There’s no daylight between anybody — between the president, between any of the secretaries, he said. I think there’s been some discussion between the timing of the issuance and recommendations — or between the exact wording. But as far as the conclusions go, I’ve made this clear and the president’s made it clear throughout the campaign, that he is a firm believer of statesrights and that certain issues like this are not best dealt with at the federal level.” The decision to rescind the Obama directive could prompt the Supreme Court to punt on an upcoming transgender-rights case, G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board . On Wednesday night, the Justice Department advised SCOTUS justices about the federal government's policy change — a move that could lead the high court to drop the pending case and refer the matter back to a lower court.
Daily Mail - Australia
6 hours
Daily Mail - Home
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Sky News
6 hours
It is there that the 50-year-old appears in the IS files, the terror group's personnel records obtained by Sky News. He is listed as married with four kids from Manchester. It says he previously worked repairing electronics, and his role with IS was to be a fighter. Looking back at the decision to release him after Guantánamo Bay, Tony Blair said it was today a difficult call, balancing civil liberties with national securities.
BBC News 24
6 hours
Remember Labour used to talk about boom and bust? Now it's no longer boom and bust, it's borrow and bankrupt. Representatives of international children's charities have strongly criticised the decision to wind down the scheme to give sanctuary to lone child refugees. The Government says the arrangement is acting as an incentive for children in warzones to make dangerous sea crossings to Europe. The Home Affairs Committee is investigating the issue. When the Dubs scheme was first announced, it was very clearly about targeting the most vulnerable children, and we thought that was absolutely the right thing to do.
Breitbart News
6 hours
Sky News
6 hours
Looking back at the decision to release him after Guantánamo Bay, Tony Blair said it was today a difficult call, balancing civil liberties with national securities. There are plenty of critics who say they got it wrong. It was absolutely clear that he was radicalised at a very early stage and the story he spun about going on a religious holiday to Afghanistan does not bear a moment's examination.
Kent Online
7 hours
Hospital staff warn decision will lead to longer A&E waiting times in other parts of Kent.
Antiwar.com News
7 hours
Defense Secretary James Mattis hasn't finalized his recommendations for the ISIS war, and doesn't expect to do so until the end of the month, but Central Command chief Gen. Joseph Votel seems pretty sure that he's like more troops to command in Syria, and that could mean a significant expansion of US ground troops in Syria. Reports out of the Pentagon that this was likely to be the decision of their deliberation on war recommendations have repeatedly suggested an accelerated campaign in Syria with a large deployment of US combat troops would at least be among the options President Trump faces. Much of this appears to be centered on the desire for the US to capture the ISIS capital city of Raqqa, and their announced offensive against Raqqa began months ago, with Kurdish YPG forces leading the way, and hasn't resulted in much territory changing hands.
Politico
7 hours
“He is very intuitive,” said Louise Sunshine, a longtime executive in the Trump Organization. “He looks for people who are smart and loyal and strong, and is very intuitive about it.” Trump can plan to pick one person one minute and change his mind the next. He can think of a name and immediately tell advisers he wants that person for a particular job. There is no discernible rhyme or reason or formal vetting process to many of his hires, allies and aides say, with no formal questionnaires or protocols — and several cabinet appointeesconfirmation struggles brought the downsides of such an approach into stark relief. He cares, above all, about appearance, loyalty and a strength — a word he often uses. He makes a decision when he is interviewing someone, and pretty quickly, said Rep. Chris Collins, a New York Republican and top ally.