Sky News
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I say this as, my niece was involved in all of this and I know she wanted to talk and wanted to talk without saying a great deal. It is very difficult for parents, for family members, to know how best to help their children.
ITV4
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huge help, I think. Jason, Permian won the Dante, generally the best trial. You know the stable quite well. They get so much improvement out of the horses. He will be tough, reliable, consistent, he acts on the track, he has a lot going for him. He won't be fazed by the day
Sky News
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- poverty, racism, education, that help pull people in the right direction. There is other things that have to happen as well. But we are as citizens can start working on some of those things. On.
Sky News
6 minutes
we don't do enough to really help the police in those areas. I think that is something you're going to see start changing, at least I hope so in the next couple of years. What areas could we focus on mostly in the first few years that you're talking about it?.
Kent Online
11 minutes
It was all sunshine and smiles as the popular seaside attraction re-opened its doors for summer, with the help of artist Tracey Emin.
BBC News 24
16 minutes
council areas want to reduce the number of children diagnosed with autism, by focusing specifically on the most severe cases, where children have another illness such as depression. A leading autism charity is deeply concerned. We think it is short-sighted and can cause lots more problems and be more costly in the long run, and will have a massive impact on those families who just wants to find out what they can do to help their children and what support needs to be put in place
ITV4
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stays. It looks like there is a lot of pace in the race. The good draw I have got will really help. Indian Dandy is a very Indian interesting horse
ITV4
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I have only been riding abroad on short stints, not long stints. Australia really did help. When I was working with Mr Charlton, I led almost all of the gallops I was in. That really.
BBC News 24
36 minutes
events going ahead this weekend. Police are working hard. I understand that some colleagues have been spoken to by the police and the police have asked us to specifically thank members of the public for the help that they have given them over the last few days
Oxford Mail
40 minutes
IT MAY not have garnered much excitement yesterday but one councillor said a new zip wire would help transform an Oxford play area.
ITV4
40 minutes
say, so much more help nowadays. From the jockeys fund, the PGA. Studies going on at Liverpool, is years at every track. Lads would go for a run more than using the sauna now. It is just getting really pumped in
Bristol Post
41 minutes
Of course our last attempt only skimmed the surface so we have given it another attempt with your help
NPR
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Washington Free Beacon
an hour
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) coordinated with the University of Massachusetts Amherst to respond to a student who had pleaded for the senator's help after having her request to carry the Tibetan flag to a commencement ceremony rejected by the school, according to emails obtained by the Washington Free Beacon . Tibetan-American student Kalsang Nangpa was barred by UMass from carrying Tibet's flag during the university's annual "Parade of Nations." The administration told Nangpa that because the U.S. State Department does not recognize Tibet as a sovereign nation, her request to carry its flag would be denied. "This response I got from the school—their decision to not allow me to carry my own flag—is unacceptable and it's a form of discrimination, I feel like," Nangpa, who was born in Tibet, told New England Public Radio. "I feel like the same thing that's happening in Tibet is happening in my own school.
Sky News
an hour
to help to find her mother and last night the news broke that she passed away. And just it's so sad. For the couple Chloe and Liam, teenagers who wanted to be together forever, their families say now they are
Sky News
an hour
what she could do. At another vigil, two young mother were mourned. We have been posting over social media to help to find her mother.
Oxford Mail
an hour
IT MAY not have garnered much excitement yesterday but one councillor said a new zip wire would help transform an Oxford play area.
Voice Of America
an hour
Massive anti-India protests and clashes erupted in Indian-controlled Kashmir Saturday after government forces in a gunbattle killed a prominent rebel commander and his associate in the disputed region. Rebel leader Sabzar Ahmed Bhat and a fellow militant were killed after troops cordoned off the Tral area overnight following a tip that at least three rebels were hiding there, police said. Police said the fighting was ongoing with at least one militant holed up in a house. As the violence raged, hundreds of angry residents chanting anti-India slogans marched in an attempt to help the trapped rebel escape. Police, soldiers fire on protesters Clashes between rock-throwing protesters and government forces erupted in different places in the area, with police and paramilitary soldiers firing shotgun pellets and tear gas to stop the protests. As the news of the rebel leader’s killing spread in the region, thousands of people, including students, took to the streets shouting “Go India, go back” and “We want freedom.
Sky News
an hour
to go and help them. You can't leave people. In the midst of utter shock, desperate.
Sky News
an hour
got to get him out and they put him on a stretcher and carried him out. I just think it was... What people should do. All the people. All the people like that. You have to go and help.
Sky News
an hour
my name's Paul. I said where you from. He said Liverpool. I said to him, if you're a blue I'm not helping. If you're a red I am go to help. He said I'm a red and he said, brother we are going to watch some European football next season. And he chuckled and the officer said we have.
Sky News
an hour
think obviously like... I know I sounds awful, but just to be able to get out, it's just very lucky. For those people who didn't. I'm not in half a bad a position as so many other people. I feel really... I just think should have done more to help. But I didn't know what to do
BBC News 24
an hour
This is the first ever view of Mount Everest from the air. It was shot in 1933 by a group of pilots who risked their lives to help create an aerial map of the mountain
BBC News 24
an hour
to Manchester. And she was really upset. I guess part of family must have been involved in the Holocaust. She is Jewish. He is Muslim. They comforted each other. Look at that. That is the good bit. It is like the homeless guy who was sitting in a doorway, heard the bomb and Reading to help people. Isn't that wonderful? There are a.