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THE Scottish Greens have launched their manifesto with an apology to the tens of thousands of supporters denied a chance to vote for them.
BBC World News
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The Greens will back a "stable minority NDP government", ending 16 years in power for the Liberals.
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as you go along. If shredding your manifesto as proper Government, we need to look at that. One of the issues that will certainly be talked about in this debate. The Scottish Greens have launched their manifesto.
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The Herald
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Scottish Greens have launched their manifesto for the General Election, with the party apologising to supporters across the country who cannot vote for them as they are fielding just three candidates.
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saying let's have basically zero in outmigration. Other parties at the other end of the spectrum, the Greens, suggesting something more lazy fair. They don't really count. One of the problems that we.
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For there will always be those who scoff at intellectuals, who cry out against research, who seek to limit our educational system. Modern cynics and skeptics see no more reason for landing a man on the moon, which we shall do, than the cynics and skeptics of half a millennium ago saw for the discovery of this country. They see no harm in paying those to whom they entrust the minds of their children a smaller wage than is paid to those to whom they entrust the care of their plumbing. [Emphasis added.] Commencement Address, American University June 10, 1963 There are few earthly things more beautiful than a university, wrote John Masefield in his tribute to English universities—and his words are equally true today. He did not refer to spires and towers, to campus greens and ivied walls. He admired the splendid beauty of the university, he said, because it was a place where those who hate ignorance may strive to know, where those who perceive truth may strive to make others see.
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nice to get away from new Labour Tory battle. There are some other independent standing here. The Greens are standing here and you give as well. It is the seat Nigel Farage stood in 2010. We can see whether this place mat was no campaigning, if there is.
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BBC Radio 4
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YouTube and Conservatives aren't Here nor it's fair to say how many of their potential voters but they are informed and engaged how far different from the Midlands Trains how far am I to be letting the Tories in Adams on the greens were squeeze last time and their answers that interesting the green says his policies a better standing you know who to vote for one of them says she's taking a deliberate tactical decision 2 campaign and conservative areas feather age.
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the Lib Dems greens and plaid Cymru and also labour who want to make home insulation and infrastructure priority the SNP hasn't published its manifesto yet but it to wants to take a strong line on climate change then how will the parties deal with this Sonya Stuart air pollution policies are there in other manifestos but details of strikingly absent from the conservative document presumably to avoid upsetting diesel drivers so many environmental questions still so many unanswered Rodger harrabin is 32 minutes past 1 and you're listening to an.
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all the manifestos published so far that's including the blue one reading it to the climate change act that sort of consensus hardly stimulates Media interest but it does previous you hasn't gone away there are details over policy of course the conservative manifesto of Spice to the cheapest energy prices in Europe the greens promise affordable energy not cheap energy does a slogan that's not quite so catchy for all parties brexit looms large 80% of the UK's environmental policy comes through the EU how will politicians translate that in.
BBC News 24
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Today I will talk to the two leaders of the smaller parties, Leanne Wood, and the Greens. And Abbot and the Home Secretary, about security in Manchester. And.
The Sun Daily - Sport
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He birdied the next hole then closed out his round with seven consecutive pars. Simpson hit 12 of 14 fairways, 14 of 18 greens, and 29 putts. Reigning Masters champion Sergio Garcia was tied for eighth, with defending champ Jordan Spieth and three others, after a third round one-over 71. Spieth, who grew up in nearby Dallas, is also at four-under after 54 holes after he shot a two-under 68 Saturday. 'Let her go' "I have a chance for a low one tomorrow," Spieth said. "There is no reason to hold anything back. "I drove the ball tremendous today on this golf course. I feel great. You know, gosh, I put myself in position off the tee to shoot eight-under today. "With this heat, I just flew I think five greens to the back pins. You just can't do that. More greens in reg tomorrow, and let her go." Spieth is seeking to join Ben Hogan as the only players to win back-to-back Colonial titles, with Hogan performing the feat twice (1946-47 and 1952-53).
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Bleacher Report
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The PGA Tour tracker's statistics show he actually lost strokes during the round due to his putting performance and was roughly a stroke-and-a-half worse than the field. That comes a day after Spieth had an excellent day on the short grass, a continued sign of his 2017 inconsistency. Garcia had three bogeys against two birdies in a quietly frustrating round. He hit just 61.1 percent of his greens in regulation and two-putted a number of makable birdie attempts. With Garcia and Spieth being the only consistently top-tier players in contention, it's not out of the realm of possibility that one of them walks away a winner. They are only three strokes removed from second place, and if Simpson has a bad day, things could get tense down the stretch.
BBC Two England
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awkward lie. A six. Ben and at 13. Another testy cheap. -- chip. They keep leaving the greens and leaving themselves difficult approach shots
BBC Two England
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Grace. The second, he is bound to take one hard bounds on firm greens. Just a little unlucky
BBC Two England
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-- the caddy. It bounds off the top of the bunker. The greens are firm. It is not a pushover to get close to many pins today
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An air system has been installed to make the greens firm and fast and irrigation and drainage has been improved. Ken Browne is here, nice to see you. The changes on the course, why did they have to make them and what.
BBC Two England
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last year's tournament to bring the course back into line with the original design. Russia from players has seen every bunker rebuilt, 29 of which have been removed -- pressure. The greens have been restricted and receded. Some have been completely rebuilt
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on tackling online extremism. She will be back on government business today, but we understand she will be meeting with her election team. The election campaign is under way again now. Labour, the Tories, the S&P, the Greens and Ukip are all on the campaign trail for an election that is in less than two.