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More from Amber Rudd after the break. . Welcome back to Peston on Sunday. I locked Amber Rudd in a detention centre, so she's still here. First, Allegra, what's the word on social media? As Amber Rudd has been discussing, home secretaries obsess about immigration numbers.
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I noticed this story about concerns about Northern Ireland. Apparently the Cabinet have been discussing that. There are going to be elections this Friday for Stormont because the assembly dissolved earlier this year over another crisis.
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That is what I am actually discussing. You have moved us into another area. If you could prove... Sorry, that's the nature of conversation. If you could show that these kids were all 14 or 13, of course we have to help them. But why can't we show that? Why are we bringing blokes in their 30s.
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Sunday on NBCs Meet The Press, while discussing the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation into Russias hacking during last years presidential election and disputed contacts between the Trump campaign and Russia, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said there was no credible evidence of these contacts beyond anonymous sources in the media. Partial transcript as follows: TODD: I want to ask you about the Darrell Issa being open to a special prosecutor. At what point is it in the best interest of the country to sort of take it away from elected partisans at this point whether its a commission, a select commission, outside commission or a special prosecutor. where are you in this? COTTON: I think that s way, way getting ahead of ourselves here, Chuck. There are no allegations of any crime occurring and theres not an even indication that theres criminal investigations under way from the FBI as opposed to counterintelligence investigations which the FBI conducts all the time as our main counterintelligence bureau.
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Former Leicester City manager Martin O'Neill has ruled himself out of the running for a return to the club.Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, O'Neill said he would not be interested in taking a re at City, even if it was a short-term job-share with his current role with the Republic of Ireland, and he was critical of the City players amidst reports of players discussing Ranieri's position with the owners.I wouldn't be going, he said. I'm enjoying the job here at this moment and...
Leicester Mercury
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Former Leicester City manager Martin O'Neill has ruled himself out of the running for a return to the club.Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, O'Neill said he would not be interested in taking a re at City, even if it was a short-term job-share with his current role with the Republic of Ireland, and he was critical of the City players amidst reports of players discussing Ranieri's position with the owners.I wouldn't be going, he said. I'm enjoying the job here at this moment and...
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He added that the Navy will also host Pakistani and Azerbaijani forces in the near future. In 2018, Admiral said, Iran will host 40 teams from around the world, including the countries that border the Indian Ocean in the next Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) meeting in 2018. The Indian Ocean Naval Symposium is a voluntary initiative that seeks to increase maritime cooperation among navies of the littoral states of the Indian Ocean by providing an open and inclusive forum for discussing maritime issues across the region.
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I locked Amber Rudd in a detention centre, so she's still here. First, Allegra, what's the word on social media? As Amber Rudd has been discussing, home secretaries obsess about immigration numbers. We thought we would look at those numbers.
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By Z. Fareen Parvez | (The Conversation) | The Trump administration has been using the phraseradical Islam” when discussing the “war on terror.” From his inauguration address to remarks to military leaders , President Trump has been warning against “Islamic terrorists.” Many different kinds of individuals and movements get collapsed into this category of radical Islam. A common one that is increasingly being used by politicians and journalists both in Europe and the U.S. to equate with “radical Islam” is the Salafist tradition. For example, Michael Flynn , who recently resigned as national security advisor, was clear that what unites terrorists is their belief in the “ideology” of Salafism. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to the president, also describes Salafism as a “fundamental understanding of Islam” that justifies terrorism .
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The move, described as unprecedented by reporters and journalism experts, comes a day after CNN reported that White House chief of staff Reince Priebus had attempted to get the FBI to push back against reporting by several outlets, including the Times and CNN , that there had been consistent communications between members of the Trump campaign and transition teams and Russian government officials. In a statement , the White House Correspondents' Association decried the move. The WHCA board is protesting strongly against how today's gaggle is being handled by the White House, said Jeff Mason, the group's president. We encourage the organizations that were allowed in to share the material with others in the press corps who were not. The board will be discussing this further with White House staff. During his earlier speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland, Trump r epeatedly attacked the news media and called reporters supplying negative or critical coverage of his administration the enemy of the people.
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Does it matter if they are coming to you because they saw it on entertainment? These entertainers have always done very gritty stories. They have done the bourse and domestic violence, this is based on how badly have been at dealing with grooming. We have to do much better, we have to protect these children who socio-economically not from the world we are discussing here.
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And we will of course talk about the Oscars. A big night in Hollywood. We will be discussing it before the ceremony later. Banning smoking outside hospitals and handing out nicotine patches are just a couple of plans by Public Health England to get people to quit the habit. The ideas are part of its tobacco-free NHS campaign. Joining us now from our London newsroom is the chief executive of Public Health England, Duncan Selbie.
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The people at the end of the film discussing how they put their lives back together. It's a healing process for the town of Boston. There is Mark Wahlberg, a poster boy for Boston. It's a strange film.
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The people at the end of the film discussing how It's a strange film. It is all about Boston. What it does not do is examine the motives of the Tsarnaev brothers, who out of nowhere caused this carnage.
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Another story is about the Labour Party, which we have been discussing since the fallout from the by-elections. Tom Watson, the deputy leader, suggesting they could face wipeout in England as they have done Scotland. Yes, the analysis, if you look at the level of swing we saw in Koh plant, would suggest scores of Labour seats under threat. -- Copeland. Who will naturally be pooling their resources together.
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No, I'm quoting someone. I don't know whether you are doing it wantingly or mistakenly, you are not listening to what the debate is, which is whether Europe is as it was in the 30s and 40s. That is what I am actually discussing. You have moved us into another area. If you could prove... Sorry, that's the nature of conversation. If you could show that these kids were all 14 or 13, of course we have to help them.