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S. energy production. Environmental groups had turned their campaign against the pipeline into rallying cry to fight climate change, sparking a years-long battle in Washington between the oil industry and greens. In a statement, Trump's State Department said it had considered foreign policy implications of the decision, as well as the nation's energy security, and the environmental, cultural
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IF THERE was ever a must-win game for Scunthorpe RUFC then this weekend's game against Wharfedale is it. The Greens trail Harrogate by seven points, but a bonus point win against Wharfedale this weekend, coupled with a Gate loss to Chester would narrow the gap to two.With the Yorkshire Greens 12th in the table, the game is one Scunthorpe are targeting to win in their bid to avoid relegation from National Two North."We are running out of games and this is one we have got to win, coach Tim...
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Bowlers with disabilities will be able to take to the greens of Wearside clubs after specially adapted wheelchairs were delivered.
BBC Parliament
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have wanted ten years of austerity, then austerity Max is what they will get with another referendum. So why let the facts get in the way of a good grievance? Or if one commentator put it, if the SNP won the lottery, they would moan about the price of a ticket. However, it is not up to the SNP when we have referendums. They are not Scotland, they have no majority and no mandate. The only reason they will get this to Parliament tonight is down to the Greens, party which collectively. Leicester constituency votes than I did collectively. Leicester constituency.
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Does his argument have any ten built when the Scottish Government can't make a plan for leaving the UK? I would like to remind him of his TV comment, the comments on 10th October 2015. That the public be responsible for calling a second referendum, not political party, carving a deal behind closed doors, so will the greens keep their promiso is.
BBC Two Scotland
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them. I stood by the manifesto commitment and I have every intention of honouring later on. You have posed them yourself to Alison. The Greens position going into that election was very clear. There was a purchaser but democracy that seems to have been redefined in a few.
BBC Two Scotland
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of a second end dependence referendum the Greens will campaign for independence. No one.
BBC Two Scotland
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will to have one? Our manifesto clearly that in a second independence referendum, the Greens would campaign for one. Can I read you, there.
BBC Two Scotland
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Today, we're joined by Ivan McKee from the SNP. From the Scottish Conservatives it's Miles Briggs. Neil Bibby from Scottish Labour, Alison Johnstone from the Scottish Greens. And for the Scottish Lib Dems it's Liam McArthur. all of you, I am.
BBC Two Scotland
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in a federal United Kingdom. While the Greens say the people must have their say and tonight they'll join with the SNP to form a pro-independence majority - stating that parliament seeks a second referendum. The voice of this Parliament has spent a good every step of the way. We faced the prospect of the.
BBC Two Scotland
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to 5:30pm. Adelaide Ft. It is expected that the Greens will vote with the SNP to do manned powers be to hold a.
Sky News
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That is right, yes, the Scottish Greens who had been heavily criticised for their stance, they will back Nicola Sturgeon because they support independence. In terms of the Scottish Parliament tree chamber, the numbers add up, we will get at 530 when they vote, the.
The Sun Daily
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The premier has said she aims to get the best divorce package from Brussels for Scotland and the wider United Kingdom, with formal Brexit proceedings to be started by the government on March 29. - Alternative timetable possible - ================================== Sturgeon has suggested a second referendum should be held by early 2019 at the latest. This would see a vote take place before Britain leaves the EU, although the first minister has left room for negotiation on an alternative timetable "within reason". The SNP runs a minority government in the Scottish Parliament. However, it has the support of the pro-independence Scottish Greens in Wednesday's vote, bringing it the majority needed to outnumber the unionist Scottish Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties. The Greens' manifesto says there should only be another referendum if it comes about "by the will of the people" and not "calculations of party political advantage".
BBC News 24
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independence referendum, not at this time. Now at 5:30pm members of the Scottish Parliament will vote, we expect Nicola Sturgeon to have a majority backed by the Greens but this will be significant, Downing Street say not now, the Scottish Government will see this as a mandate for the second referendum. New figures show that the number of women working into their seventies.
Sky News
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the Greens. You can see the Prime Minister fighting on a number of fronts. On schools on the Scottish referendum. On the article figure being triggered
Sky News
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clearly because there is no reference to Brexit. The Greens voted for the referendum. The Scottish Green Party campaigned for independence, for the distinctive green vision of independence back in 2014 and as we have seen not just the result of the EU referendum but the way.
Sky News
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and they were elected by a majority in the Scottish Parliament was never made that should be a majority party there. So it's a kind of arguing that any party that gains power has no mandate. So if you're in power they have the backing of the Greens and there.
Sky News
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5:30pm, the SNP and the Greens will vote for an independence referendum and we will be dragged back into this debate again. Scots are so divided, so fed up the ultimate of the past, they want to move on and talk about our public services, what we can do.
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We are inundated by complaints from residents, understandably, who can come off motorways that look like bowling greens and onto local roads, even major local roads, that look like Third World countries', with too many potholes. I don't think there is anybody watching the programme that is comfortable with the state of their local roads. We have a.