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nations. Today they've been remembered. -- pedestrians and members of the public, and tourists. Flowers have been laid in memory of those who lost their lives and injured, some have been critically injured. They are still fighting for their lives this evening in hospital. The Prime Minister, Theresa May,.
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have the acting commissioner have Kelly's appearance the first, it is important doctors for the police but for the people at home to see the head of London police speaking first. Flowers were laid interviewed to the fallen officer by his friends.
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place in Westminster. A very busy day here, a lot of activity from the minute silence in memory of PC Keith Palmer which was held this morning, to floral tributes being laid by members of the emergency services involved in the.
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and vice president, a senior member of the party in the Irish parliament, and the leader in Parliament, Michelle O'Neill, they will deliver speeches before Martin McGuinness is laid to rest in the Republican area. -- in the Republican cloth. Chris.
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Back to Westminster and the attack yesterday. Where a brief is being laid. I think that Police Commissioner about to walk down to Trafalgar Square
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in the Catholic area, became second-in-command of the IRA hear it in Derry, then several decades later led the republican movement out of violence. His life is a story of conflict and copper mines, he was the paramilitary leader who became a political one, and that has been the theme of the reflections here today as he has been laid to rest
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He laid flowers at a spot close to where all the commotion, where everything happened yesterday. People talking about everything going back to normal. Yes they are because we are seeing London busy again, but.
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of Germany, France, Romania, Turkey, Italy, the United States and Canada since yesterday's attack. We have been hearing about PC Palmer. We have seen flowers laid by some of his colleagues within the last few moments outside Scotland Yard,.
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on what's happening behind us at new Scotland Yard. If we clear the camera for you, and as I mentioned we are expecting flowers to be laid by members of the Parliamentary and diplomatic protection command
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A people should consider carefully the viability (arithmetical consequences) of borrowing, at interest, to consume their own production. The asset of our labor cannot simultaneously be a liability we owe to ourselves at interest. Thank you, D.L.J. and Harun. What is the alternative to the present system of debt serfdom and rising inequality? There is none in our financialized, Neofeudal-Neocolonial State-Cartel Rentier Economy that creates and distributes credit-money at the top of the wealth-power pyramid. As Harun noted in another email, Governments cannot reduce their debt or deficits and central banks cannot taper. Equally, they cannot perpetually borrow exponentially more. This one last bubble cannot end (but it must). What will replace the current system after it self-destructs? That's the question, and my answer is laid out in my book A Radically Beneficial World : a radically decentralized, transparent, opt-in system of creating money at the bottom of the wealth-power pyramid rather than at its apex.
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Columba's church was up a route he travelled every weekend for mass and a ruse to where his mother is laid to rest. It is a massive day for the Bogside, and you can feel it in the air, today, Donna, four people have travelled great distances. People were bussed in.
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That was earlier, and now in the distance behind me I can hear pipes stop a coughing that has the tricolour laid on.