Sky News
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I believe there is -- they are a free player short of being a great Manchester United team, still. -- they are a few players short. STUDIO: Harry Kane's third hat-trick in nine games helped Tottenham thrash Stoke and put their mid-week Europa League exit behind them.
BBC One London
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Hello there. Nice to meet you. Gerald. It's about an extra pound per week at the moment but the problem with this debate is, why should it be right that people like Gerald, or people from the wartime generation who helped create this country now have to pay for this locally. This is a national crisis. He says he does not mind. Gerald has had some fantastic care to get back to have an independent life but not everybody is in that position.
Goal
7 hours
The striker is now the joint-top goalscorer in the Premier League as he helped his side bounce back from Europa League heartache in midweek
Sky News
7 hours
If they press that, you can see the advice is given, which is what the trust wants doing for someone who is that unwell. Here in Oxford, the system has already helped in the care of over 80,000 patients and the plan over the next 12 months is to roll this system out at four more NHS trusts right across England.
Politico
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21stCenturyWire
7 hours
All helped by the fake news media. Photo of recent suicide bomb attack in Homs. Photo: Twitter. Now in Geneva there are some of the same terrorists but they arrived after shaving their long beards and wearing modern suits to look nicely formed in these so-called opposition delegations. Morever, Mr. Stefan de Mistura, who never missed any chance to defend the so-calledmoderateterrorists in Syria, supported them so much as to offer to use himself as a human shield , to go with them from Aleppo to any part of Syria, and with their weapons. The western news reported on this, how loving and caring this old man is for the concern of Syrians, but they left out the part about the weapons. If you decide to leave in dignity with your weapons, to Idlib [which became a state of terrorists by the full will of the west] or anywhere you wanted to go, I personally am ready, physically, to accompany you.
21stCenturyWire
7 hours
The human rights group also quoted its sources as saying that Saydnaya became the main political prison in 2011, which was just as false. It was already, when I was in Syria in 2006 and many years before then, Saydnaya was the main political prison. Ford clarified. When they get this level of detail wrong I find it very hard to believe anything at all. The former ambassador referred to the organization as the spearheads of liberal interventionism, citing Amnesty International's sensationalist reports of the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Amnesty said that they had verified that claims that Iraqi soldiers had stolen incubators in Kuwaiti hospitals and left babies on the floor to die. Turned out this was a total fabrication…they were gullible and they used it and it helped to justify the Iraqi war.
South China Morning Post
7 hours
Helene Paragon bulldogged his way to back-to-back Group Ones as he led home a John Moore tierce but the big-race trainer was refusing to accept runner-up Able Friend had lost his edge. A brilliant tactical ride by Tommy Berry helped Helene Paragon win the Group One Queens Silver Jubilee Cup but had Able Friend been at his best there is little doubt the former Horse of the Year would have blown this field away. Still, Moore was adamant Able Friend who spent much of...
Leicester Mercury
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BBC News 24
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Felix helped to build a wi-fi network here, which was non-existent. This is the server, a little server. It controls who is allowed to get on the internet and who is not allowed. The Chromebooks are allowed to be taken out five evenings a week and are controlled by a password which changes hourly. If anybody does something wrong, we can tell the government. we are not the bad people.
BBC News 24
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The juxtaposition between a refugee camp and a high-tech trade show really struck me. But of course, many refugees have been helped by technology, using internet and smartphones to guide their journey to Germany. Including this man, a programmer from Damascus who spent ten days travelling to Germany from Turkey and was filmed for Spiegel TV.
Voice Of America
9 hours
British anti-EU campaigner Nigel Farage posted a picture of him having "dinner with The Donald" on Twitter, the latest meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and the critic of Prime Minister Theresa May. Farage, who helped secure victory for the Brexit campaign at a referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union in June, is keen to cement ties with Trump after stepping down as leader of his anti-EU UK Independence Party last year. Finding common ground with some of Trump's criticism of the political establishment, Farage met the president in November and has offered his services as Britain's ambassador to the United States - something that has been rejected by May's government. Entitled Dinner with The Donald", Farage posted a picture of himself smiling at a camera, with Trump and four other people around a table in a photo which gave the location as the Trump International Hotel.
Sky News
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Here in Oxford, the system has already helped in the care of over 80,000 patients and the plan over the next 12 months is to roll this system out at four more NHS trusts right across England. With no sign of pressure easing on the NHS, could increasing reliance on tech like this be the answer? I think overall it is a good idea.
Sky News
10 hours
Lewis, thank you very much. Tory grandee Lord Heseltine has vowed to rebel against Theresa May when the House of Lords debates the Brexit Bill this week. Live to Westminster and our reporter Sara Hajibagheri. John, if anyone knows about ethnic rebellions, that is Lord Heseltine, how damaging could this be for Theresa May? In fairness, he has said he has only about three times and one of those was on the poll tax, which helped to bring down Margaret Thatcher.
The Sun Daily
10 hours
The woman explained that she was collecting donations for Rohingnyas. I scrutinised her for awhile to decide whether she was genuine. Her "pitch" included tattered donation receipts, pictures of refugee children and the child with her. She explained she was a cleaner but had to collect donations to support the children. But she could not give me the address of the shelter and tell me more about its occupants. In the end I didn't want to continue questioning her on the street as I had other things to do and gave her a donation. I'd like to think that I had helped out in a small way for a bigger cause, but I don't actually feel convinced of my "goodwill". I'm not sure if I empathised with her only because I knew about the persecution of her community, or I was just tired of trying to figure out what would be the right thing to do when someone asks for help.
Sky News
11 hours
-- Baron Chakrabarti. Jamie Reed has responded in kind, he has said that he will spend the day tweeting in all of the ways that he and the Labour government helped Copeland while he was in office. With a hashtag, tellshami. Others have said that the very worst person to be talking about connecting with the working classes is Shami Chakrabarti.
BBC News 24
11 hours
I can enter the tech community here in this country. It was not easy to find that in the beginning. For many newcomers, the legal requirement to learn German is one of the hardest hurdles to integration. Felix helped to build a Wi-Fi network here, which was non-existent.
West Briton
11 hours
A car crash victim was suffering from shock after a late-night collision. Firefighters from Tolvaddon Community Fire Station were sent to the scene at Gwinear Road, Connor Downs, near Hayle, at 11pm yesterday (November 25). The crew arrived to find a collision involving one vehicle. The firefighters made the scene safe, removed the car from the road and helped the police clear up the area. Read more: Ten bodies found in Cornwall as far back as 1969 are yet to be identified - can you help? A...
BBC News 24
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But many refugees have been helped by technology, using Internet and smartphones to guide their journey to Germany. Including this man, a programmer from Damascus who spent ten days travelling to Germany from Turkey and was filmed for a TV Channel. He graduated as a computer engineer in 2010 and arrived in Germany in 2014.
Politico
11 hours
That’s despite the distaste for his approach and profile that helped push former President Barack Obama to urge Perez into the race — and continue the support all the way through. He called DNC members himself, and had aides including confidante Valerie Jarrett, former political director David Simas and his White House director of political engagement Paulette Aniskoff working members by phone through the votes on Saturday afternoon. Former Vice President Joe Biden, who officially endorsed Perez, also worked the phones with members. Obama and Biden made a four-point pitch, according to a person familiar with the call strategy: Perez’s unimpeachable progressive credentials at the Justice Department and Labor, his ability to bring people together, his management skills and how he was one of the stars of the Obama administration. Still, it took Perez to the second ballot to get over the top.
Politico
11 hours
There is no better or more recent example of that than Trump’s candidacy, which upended every law of politics the so-called experts thought held true. Old-fashioned political connections, forged in Manhattan boardrooms and sleek Silicon Valley office spaces, also helped ease Thiel’s ascension in Trump’s orbit. His initial connection to Trump came through the president’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner. Thiel is a longtime investor in the health care startup founded by Kushner’s brother, Josh and Thiel and Jared Kushner had extensive conversations in the spring of 2016 about whether he would become a delegate for Trump in California’s Republican primary. Thiel went public with his support for Trump in May at the urging of Kevin Harrington, a longtime principal at Thiel Capital with whom he has — as another Thiel employee described it — a sort of “mind meld.
BBC One London
12 hours
Mac we know that. Get to the answer. We helped to win that referendum. The iteration of Ukip at the moment that we're in, the primary purpose, we are the guard dog of Brexit. Viewed through that prism, the Stoke by-election was a brilliant success.
Sky News
12 hours
Here in Oxford, the system has already helped in the care of over 80,000 patients and the plan over the next 12 months is to roll this system out at four more NHS trusts right across England. With no sign of pressure easing on the NHS, could increasing reliance on tech like this be the answer? I think overall it is a good idea.
The Sun Daily
12 hours