Collective Evolution
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Sky News
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a Jeremy Corbyn government, the Coalition chaos he would have to lead with support from the SNP and the Lib Dems and the Greens, the risk is so high, people should not look at opinion polls, they should assess the risk and decide, go out and vote make sure people vote on June eight
Global News
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Sky News
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she is against that. Is this going to help or hinder his election? One of the funniest stories of the day. He finally gets the party backing him, it's not the greens, is the Communist Party of Great Britain. For the first time in 88 years, they are not putting up candidates, they want all of their.
TIME - Top Stories
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U. countries agreed that all further migration from mainly Muslim countries should be stopped. Only a fifth of respondents disagreed with this statement. And if such feelings are combined with the E.U.s aging population, idling economy and high unemployment, it sets the stage nicely for right-wing populists to attract mass support, or even take power, on the backs of voters fed up with the status quo. What the nationalists seem to be missing in Western Europe is the skill and the charisma to seize on these opportunities. Just take Austria. Much like in France over the weekend, the Austrian presidential elections last fall saw the two establishment parties both knocked out of the race during the first round of voting. The two run-off candidates in Austria were both outsiders one from the far-right Freedom Party, the other linked to the left-wing Greens and the campaign centered around the issue of illegal immigration, where the Freedom Partys Norbert Hofer had the clear advantage.
BBC One London
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top-down policy with Ukip or the Greens, and across London, these decisions are going to be made this week. Thank you. A murder investigation is underway in Battersea, after a teenager was stabbed to death at the weekend. The 17-year-old boy is the fifth teenager to have lost his life to knife crime in London this year. Police say the cyclist was ambushed by a gang in the early hours of Sunday morning
BBC Parliament
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-- the greens. It is not about changing Brexit by their own definition, it is not about changing Brexit, and yet we have been told that that is another reason why we cannot progress, because the Government is.
Channel4 News
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In Northern Ireland, the DUP and the UUP are discussing an election pact , despite being on different sides of the Brexit debate. Meanwhile, the Scottish Conservative leader, Ruth Davidson, is already calling for tactical voting to prevent a second Scottish independence referendum, saying the Conservatives are the only alternative to the SNP. So pro-EU tactical voting may not be nearly as effective, because other issues are on the table that could act against it. How many extra seats would be needed? Labour are currently miles off a majority, with just 229 seats compared to the Conservatives330. But if you add in the SNP (54), Lib Dems (9), Plaid Cymru (3) and the Greens (1), this figure rises to 296. Plus, Labour will be hoping to keep its seat for Manchester Gorton, which is currently empty following the death of Sir Gerald Kaufman. In theory, if these parties clubbed together they would only need 25 extra seats to get an effective majority (discounting the Speaker, the Deputy Speakers and Sinn Fein MPs, who abstain from parliament).
Cotswold Journal
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BBC Two England
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where it might help if you allowed the greens or the Lib Dem and it not be a Tory candidate winning? You would not be in favour of that? It is important people have the choice to vote Labour and we represent the whole country. We have an opportunity to stand in every constituency and we will do. One of the greens keep target seat is Bristol West where the the sitting.
BBC Two England
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think this election is about many things at the economy will feature strongly, taxation policy will figure strongly and we are clear we will not hit lower and middle income earners. It will be the everyday things as much as anything, I don't think Brexit will be the only topic by any means. Tactical voting could help you, the greens have said they will not stand against the Labour MP,.
BBC Two England
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What about the progressive alliance between the greens, the Lib Dems and Labour? Will that only function at a local level where individual agreements are made? I imagine so but I'm not sure it will function at all, we're not seeing the kind of unity you need for that kind of pact to take place.
How Sweet It Is
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Pulse until it is in small pieces but not completely ground up. Remove the salmon and put it in a large bowl. Add the shallot, garlic, egg, bread crumbs, paprika, salt and pepper, basil and parsley to the bowl. Stir with a large spoon to combine then bring the mixture together with your hands. Form the mixture into 4 burgers or 8 sliders that are slightly less than 1 inch in diameter - or however many you want so they fit the size of your buns! Heat a large skillet over medium heat and add 2 tablespoon of the olive oil. Add the burgers (I do it in two batches) and cook on both sides until golden brown, about 2 to 3 minutes per side. You want the insides of the burger to be opaque, so I usually turn the heat down to low and cover the skillet for another minute or two to ensure that they are cooked. To assemble the burgers, add the greens on the bottom of the bun.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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SCUNTHORPE RUFC gave themselves a chance of survival in National Two North after a vital 25-19 victory over Luctonians.The Greens victory moved them to within two points of Harrogate, after their defeat to Otley, and are three points behind Sheffield after the Tigers won against South Leicester.It means the Greens will have to beat Chester next week, who they beat on the opening day of the season, and hope Harrogate and Sheffield both lose their matches against Hinckley and Luctonians.The Greens...
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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BOSSES of a prestigious golf course have moved to reassure members that the greens won't be turned into housing - yet.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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in the middle, Alliance and Greens now, would be the sort of meat in that sandwich, that would moderate between those two blocks. But Brexit enables nationalism to make a bid for going into that middle territory. That's why Naomi Long is so determined, I believe, to keep clear of that because if she ends up on what would be seen.
BBC Two Northern Ireland
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OK, let's put that to Stephen Ferry, then. Does it not make sense for your party not to be facing opposition from the SDLP, Sinn Fein and the Greens in East Belfast on June 8th? If Naomi Long is serious about recapturing that seat from Gavin Robinson,.
The Canary
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STV
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The SNP have 44% of the vote. Support for Labour is at 13% while the Lib Dems have 5% with Ukip and the Greens on 2%. The so-called missing link of Scotland's busiest motorway has opened to traffic. The new westbound section of the M8 between Newhouse and Baillieston.
BBC One London
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I'm not very happy with her. She as a hypocrite. Normally Labour, but I think Theresa May's probably the best thing that's happened for years. The Greens and Liberal Democrats are also standing in Ilford North. Ukip have told us they're looking for a candidate. But with just 46 days to go, in this part of London,.
BBC One London
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And the Greens spent £6,912 promoting their tweets
BBC News 24
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is that we have heard about tactical voting from the Greens, suggesting they might stand aside in some seats to help the Lib Dems, in terms of their Remain vote. Now we have got Paul Nuttall basically saying that in some seats, where there is a Remain Conservative and Labour MP, that he might be encouraging his own members.
BBC News 24
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in and getting up bright and early. Just while we were listening to Dan Johnson, we mentioned the two stories today, the Conservatives capping bills and the four bank holidays of Labour. What about the Greens
Voice Of America
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And climate scientists are not building any products that the European industries can sell.” The European Union set a target for its member states that they should spend three percent of their budget on science, but many countries are only at around two percent. Scientists hope that by joining forces globally, they will raise awareness about a global trend that seems to take science less serious. With U.S. President Donald Trump in the White House and populist and Eurosceptic movements gaining popularity in Europe, scientists say their budgets are being reduced and their work is being taken less serious. Bas Eickhout, a scientist and member of the European Parliament for the Greens Party, says climate change policy should not be seen as a “left wing hobby.” He calls on scientist to be more involved in the decision making process. “Not in policy making itself but providing information to politicians is crucial.