Sky News
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It's... the old divisions in politics don't really apply any more I think we are discovering around the world and we see it again in France. Neither the leading Conservative nor the leading Socialist candidate making it into the second round, is this a significant realignment or is Macron perhaps more of the same? Maybe he is. The whole Fillon thing burst into his face.
ITV4
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team, to be brought forward. --car. Still a few bits and pieces of energy gel. They are going to have to make sure they don't get hungry on estates like this. It will be sapping
Sky News
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After 2016, I don't think we can say that anything is a done deal but I think it would be quite unlikely for Le Pen to win it. What is interesting is that after Sunday's vote it is good that a lot of young people are voting for Le Pen so if it is not.
Channel 4
2 minutes
better. It has been a tough F1 career so far the Jolyon Palmer, how many more of these types of results can he take? I don't know if I can take much more. Some people are relatively surprised he kept his seat. Having the support.
BBC News 24
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of minor changes that don't change the operation of the box. They're actually using the same user name and password on all devices, which is printed just there in the manual. So this is admin@example.com and the password is "password"
BBC News 24
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And do they tell you to change that? Obviously they do? No. They don't. It's not in the instructions and when I log into the device it also doesn't tell me to change it
BBC News 24
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They have taken it off because they don't want people downloading it, it's that old. Likewise all this Postfix Admin, there is another another piece of software called Dovecot, all of which are free bits of software, but some of it dates back to 2009. It's inevitable that people will find bugs, flaws,.
Channel 4
7 minutes
They enjoy coming in. We love to hear... ..what they're doing and how they get on. We're surfing fans, but we... (both) Don't surf. Double-hopped for more taste and more character. Hop House 13
Washington Free Beacon
7 minutes
I don't, I can't. Is there a smug liberal problem?" she asked. "I don't think there is. I do the show for me and for people like me, and I don't really care how the rest of the world sees it, quite frankly." "That's great. We make a show for ourselves. We put it out in the world. We birth it, and then the world receives it however they want to receive it. What can I do?" she added. The post Samantha Bee Doesn't Think America Has a Smug Liberal' Problem appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
Sky News
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Excited. How about you? Do you feel different? Well, I don't know if it is the right word but I feel energised. The all-party group on hunger in Westminster say this is an evil.
Sky News
8 minutes
they wonder whether they would get any food at all. I don't whether that is partially to do with parental responsibility lacking and also an issue of poverty and obviously it is very hard to tell from some of the kids what the issue is, but to think living in 21st-century Britain if kids are going hungry in the holidays then we need to address that. It is completely perverse that there is a childhood obesity.
Voice Of America
9 minutes
U.S. President Donald Trump says he "would not be happy" if North Korea conducts another nuclear test, which would be its sixth. "I can tell you also, I don't believe that the president of China, who is a very respected man, will be happy either," Trump said of Chinese President Xi Jinping in an interview that aired Sunday on the CBS television network's "Face the Nation" show. Asked if "not happy" with another Pyongyang nuclear test meant he would undertake "military action" against the regime of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump said, "I don't know. I mean, we'll see." North Korea, which is trying to develop a long-range missile capable of hitting the U.S. mainland 9,000 kilometers away, conducted a new missile test Saturday, but South Korea said it once again failed. Trump, in a Twitter comment, said the test "disrespected the wishes of China & its highly respected President.
Channel 4
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Lamont. -- second one. -- Le Mans. West take a quick break. When we come back, loads more. Don't go anywhere
Channel 4
9 minutes
the pizzas. The boy is here but he has not... No, you don't talk to me like that! I can see you. He has not brought the pizzas. You will have to go back and get the pizzas
Sky News
9 minutes
because they don't have access to free school meals. A cross-party committee of MPs identified the problem and said they have an idea on how to solve it. This special report from Tom Parmenter. While the classrooms were empty this Easter, the corridors were quiet
BBC News 24
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It's what's called a dynamic address, because it changes. It's not yours for life. Every time you turn your router on you get a new one. It spots that and says, we don't accept e-mails from dynamic addresses. Because they just assume nobody's going to be running an e-mail server.
BBC Two England
9 minutes
Unless there's a plant there, surely he couldn't have a fluke and a plant, no. I don't think he's seen enough of the plant, otherwise he would have come around and played it. Quite dicey there. I thought he.
BBC Two England
12 minutes
I actually look, I don't look a lot of snooker back, when I have done intros, but I had to see that again. I'm very proud, especially to be chosen for the.
Sky News
14 minutes
of the voters want to vote for. What about Boris Johnson? When he opens his mouth has he helped the Tory cause? People love Boris Johnson. He is very popular in some areas. Don't you think he falls between two camps now,.
Sky News
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Remainers feel betrayed and Leavers don't trust him? You wouldn't necessarily try to put him into a seat up in the north, but he is popular with people who voted for Brexit. I don't think he is in quite the same mould in the Bullingdon club as Cameron and others. There is serious condemnation of the mugwump comment but people.
Channel 4
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Swings and roundabouts, F1. Yesterday, Nico Hulkenberg was top of the world. He made the right decision and moved to Renault, but today he is behind his own team and he can't be happy with that. You don't change your whole career on one race. It is interesting to see how, just outside the top two or three teams, how they are.
Sky News
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are right, she is going to win the election and she needs to be strongly opposed, don't vote for her, we need to have a proper opposition. I think Tony Blair's interventions in the past have not worked so well.
Sky News
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when he tried to appeal to the Labour Party not to elect Corbyn, or Labour Party members. His appeals over Brexit. He can be kryptonite in these situations so I don't know how much effect it will have. We do need somebody to stand up and make the case for there being a strong opposition in this country. Would you say it is helpful? I don't think Tony Blair's interventions are ever helpful
BBC Two England
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in the eye-line of a player, not to move when the player is down on a shot. And under extreme pressure make the right decisions. I think you're in the wrong job if you don't get butterflies walking out for a final. You are a little tense, I suppose. You.