BBC Radio Ulster
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Sainsbury's the Labour Party group from a 800 it to six hundred thousand members under the leadership of Corbyn and the local party here in Northern Ireland group from 350 members to 3072 percent of that membership and Doris Jeremy Corbyn suit on in there be need to get out more and speak to Morley remembers ok Phil Kelly and Tom Harris thank you both very much indeed for joining us this morning at more than a third of British Airways flights from Heathrow been cancelled US sizes of passengers were destructive for a second day British Airways Center jump Arena near normal schedule from Heathrow and Gatwick I love this morning's first departure from Belfast George Best city airport Heathrow was cancelled so too is the 15:35 departure are we can speak to her transport consultant at John Strickland an image on a number of things coming out of this one has to be in a high worrying it is there a power supply.
The Iran Project
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In the six years since, Salman Abedi evidently went to fight in Syria, with Al Qaeda or “IS”. Perhaps he even went there with the CIA’s “rats”. So it could be said that joining the dots on the Manchester bombing gives us quite a good picture of a Western mercenary rat, whether it’s a white rat or a black rat
BBC Radio Ulster
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the app that did have it is wonderful to see how humanity Kent back hope you both can can rise Above something like send them all together has been a reminder as Forza 4 need a runner just how much Manchester has given to the world ok we'll tell and the wolf for a journalist for the online newspaper Mancunian matters thank you very much indeed for joining us this morning no I have to say you are a technical problem has been resolved camera turns out your top story this morning the fatal shooting of 35 year old Colin Horner in a supermarket car park in Bangor yesterday afternoon please say he was done dying in front of his young son or reporter killed Dunbar is that the same as the Killing Forest this morning at Karens much police activity around the area today so that's very very little police activity to be seen in the area does a single.
Sky News
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crash at the Indy 500. Good morning, this is Sunrise. Thanks for joining us. We start with the election, and a huge night ahead.
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remote control things with his little things have been to be established this was some part of the few that this this would have been something to come to the aid of the blue to you is absolutely and out in the main things were good in Bangor and public and community relations extremely good people work well together give me a lever building up ring you in the middle of investment in the large houses to buy housing executive and housing associations things are moving forward and it's important politicians we work together to make progress ok I'm gonna leave it there thanks for joining us this morning that said the dup MLA at Gordon done the time now is 7:40 to British Airways says it's open to restore some normality to services today after thousands of passengers were left stranded on Saturday following in.
Sky News
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Good morning. This is Sunrise. Thanks for joining us. We start with the election, and a huge night ahead for Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. They'll be here, at Sky Studios tonight, facing questions from a live TV audience, for the first time in this campaign. Then both leaders will be questioned, one-by-one,.
BBC Radio Ulster
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anglers and civil war period and protestants are referred it's because they were lying to the Union in the United Kingdom by Austin and disproportionate on the end of attack from cancer and having some difficulties with your lying there but your talk tonight in County Cavan I'm sure it will be well attended historian quincey Dougan there and also TDM Dave Smith thank you both very much for joining us this morning they're coming up on Google yes will be hearing more about.
BBC Radio Ulster
an hour
orange lodges 97 and Ireland 3000 active Orangemen were talking about County Cavan which over the last few decades has seen a big decline in membership of the Orange order for tonight historian quincey Dougan will be talking three key moments in oranges and both in Cavan and the whole Island over the last 200 years he joined just now and where also joined by TD needs Smith who will be attending this event good morning to you both morning country you let me start with you tell us about tonight's event and what the purpose of it is this evening latest Rangers M28 Kinder calendar with past 200 years and proportionately more of those eligible joining them.
BBC Radio Ulster
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who predicted trump or breakfast or auntie called in sick so it's a wee wee but you've got a something that is indeed a possibility I still think when it comes down to it the public will look at Jeremy Corbyn and think what angle set the only way that he could conceivably cousin's number 10 Downing Street will be at the head of a coalition which involved the SMP I think that was that was in the end what what's really did Ed Miliband go back in 2015 wasn't the idea of some English Tory voters thinking anglers that you've got a week Labour leader I'm having the strings called behind the scenes by Nicola Sturgeon up in Edinburgh and I wouldn't go for it so I still think at the end of the day Theresa May will be Prime Minister but it's not been the presidential profession that many people predict this is certainly getting a lot more interesting George Parker the political editor of the Financial Times thanks a lot for joining us at 7:16 your.
ITV
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They will be on the same programme. For the first time since the election began. Labour are attacking the Conservatives over their election manifesto today, saying Theresa May "needs to be straight" with the British people over her plans. Joining us now is Labour's campaign coordinator, Andrew Gwynne. Good morning to you. Theresa May.
The Iran Project
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BBC Radio Wales
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on Friday night I'm heading home to Wales and the whole one should see will be joining me the part of the bills as one of the biggest sporting events on the planet UEFA Champions League finals in Cardiff will be getting behind the scenes of the national stadium of Wales creating a musical welcome just got to listen again available Gareth Bale live in Cardiff on BBC One Wales.
BBC Radio Ulster
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what is the name of and the D road in Staffordshire the A500 is closed in both directions the police are dealing with an incident between city road and Stoke Road in to changes in both directions of clothes that will cause problems is just off the motorway and the update on British Airways is the hoping to operate as usual better faster check flight status outer head of setting off to the airport limited to 5 live travel mystery tour on the road hearing your voice search listening to your views and hosting the UK's biggest selection conversation from a very special 5 Live camper van 2017 final mystery tour by Rachel Burden at the beds in Croydon today on the 5 Live margin on mystery tour with Colin Murray joining a little bit later we'll catch up with Rachel shortly again in Croyde.
ITV
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much for that. I know it's been a difficult time as well with Katy speaking to the parents. And Olivia's mum and stepdad will be joining us on the sofa just after 8:00 to pay tribute to their daughter
Sky News
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spectacular crash in the indie 500. Good morning. This is Sunrise. Thanks for joining us. We start with the election, and a huge night ahead for Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn. They'll be here, at Sky Studios tonight, facing questions from a live TV audience, for the first time in this campaign. Then both leaders will be questioned, one-by-one,.
Liverpool Echo
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The men the bookies expect to be performing the Melwood lean after joining the Reds this summer
The Iran Project
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But the analysts have a different argument, asserting that without any doubt Washington seeks setting up a buffer zone between the Syrian and Iraqi territories, a measure that will bar the two countries' armies from joining forces and stepping up campaign against terrorism in a swathe of cross-border territory. The Americans face two battlefield and legal challenges in their struggle to keep their grip on the strategic border crossing. First challenge is that according to the international law, the US and Britain are present in the area without permission or call from the central Syrian government, something questions legitimacy of their presence there, aside from their already-questioned bombing campaign in Syria that comes without behest of Damascus. Beside violation of the international laws, Washington and London had to breach their laws at home to keep controlling the border path.
BBC News 24
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of our 2016 election. Thank you very much indeed for joining us. Great to be with you. The French president Emmanuel Macron says a much talked-about ultra-firm handshake he exchanged with with President Trump at the NATO summit, in Brussels on Thursday,.
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The Chelsea forward said he has been impressed by Blues striker this season
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having a look at Sri Lanka and its mounting debt crisis. The Government has been courting investment from China but faces heated opposition. Thank you so much for joining us. By for now
BBC News 24
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in the Philippines are battling Islamist militants to retake the southern city of Marawi. Let's get more on this then. Joining us live from Manila is Marites Vitug. She's the co-author of the book "Under the Crescent Moon" which is about the Muslim insurgency on Mindanao. Thank you for joining us. First of all, let me ask you, there has been an insurgency on going for decades, often involving foreign fighters. What is.
Sky News
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You would have to ask them, provoke them! Thank you for joining us, always a pleasure. Let's take a look at what the weather has in store. Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England will see.