The Sun Daily
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Who are our enemies and what appropriate weaponry do we need? One would think that this is the first question the Ministry of Defence would ask in the multi-billion decisions to procure armaments. Yet our National Defence Policy has never been properly debated in Parliament. One of the rare moments we got to use our F18 fighter bombers and Hawk 208 fighter jets was against those invaders described by the defence minister as a "rag-tag army" at Lahad Datu a few years ago. Wouldn't armoured cars and tanks and mortars have been sufficient in that 4 sq km area of land against that motley crew? What are our priorities for naval defence? When the bombardment began at Lahad Datu, it was mentioned that the navy had formed a cordon to prevent the intruders from getting away. It was clear that there never was a cordon to prevent any intruders from getting INTO Sabah all these years.
Evening Standard - Showbiz
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The Academy has put in place a series of safeguards to prevent a repeat of the disaster
BBC Parliament
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limited, the company that holds the majority of land, transport and retail on the Falkland Islands, that is facing a hostile take-over by a politically motivated Argentine billionaire, a matter where the Chancellor or the parameter will have to step in and the take-over code to protect the interests of the Falkland.
BBC News 24
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That would have to be worked out with all the nations. This is the only part of the UK that will have a land border with another EU state. Very important issues for the Stormont assembly to consider.
CoinDesk
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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TRAVELLERS have set up camp on land off Brigg Road in Scunthorpe. A number of caravans and vehicles are currently located on private British Steel land on the corner of Rowland Road. It is understood the travellers have been there since last night. This follows travellers who were forced to leave land on West Common Lane on Tuesday (March 28) after being there for two weeks. North Lincolnshire Council went to Grimsby Magistrates' Court seeking an order.It is not known if these are the same...
BBC News 24
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helicopter with five people on board has disappeared over North Wales. It's believed to have been travelling from Milton Keynes to Dublin via Caernarfon bay. A land search is under way but the aerial search has been suspended due to poor wealth. Organisers of the Oscars say they'll continue to work.
BBC News 24
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with the accountancy firm PWC despite the mistake which led to La La Land being wrongly announced as winner of Best Picture instead of Moonlight. This is the moment Hollywood realised someone didn't follow the script last month to make.
BBC News 24
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elsewhere in the EU, the divorce bill, and possibly also the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. It is the only land border between the UK and a country which will remain in the EU. I think the European leaders are very aware of the need to address that early on
BBC Parliament
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Our intention will be to review the process around the application and assessment of land leg licenses, in consultation with devolved administrations later this year. I thank the Minister, local governments are unconvinced about the safety of ship to ship oil transfers. It.
Finance Magnates
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South China Morning Post
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Fast Company
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These days, it seems like a job referral is the only way a candidate can land an offer from a dream company. So the number of times a friend, family friend, or former colleague has emailed you to ask for a reference to work at your current company has probably increased over the years. You know the emailit reads something like: Hi Old Friend, Hope all is well. I saw that youre currently working at XYZ company. How do you like it? I was scrolling their job listings and saw a role that Im perfect for. Can I send over my resume for you to submit me as a referral candidate? In all likelihood, youre glad to hear from your friend and always happy to be a professional support. Plus, theres the financial incentive many companies offer current employees who refer top-notch candidates. But should you blindly or frequently refer friends to work at your current company, or even your former employer? Jamie Hichens, senior talent acquisition partner at Glassdoor, advises caution.
China Daily
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BBC News 24
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but the land search continues. Holly Hamilton is in Caernarfon. Weather conditions is not improved since that search was called off here late last night. We are waiting for an update on that operation to find out when it will resume on the search for that missing helicopter
Daily Mail - Home
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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TRAVELLERS have set up camp on land off Brigg Road in Scunthorpe. A number of caravans and vehicles are currently located on private British Steel land on the corner of Rowland Road. It is understood the travellers have been there since last night. This follows travellers who were forced to leave land on West Common Lane on Tuesday (March 28) after being there for two weeks. North Lincolnshire Council went to Grimsby Magistrates' Court seeking an order.It is not known if these are the same...
Derby Telegraph
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A search has begun this morning for poison - or evidence of poison at popular dog-walking spot Poppy Wood park, in Melbourne. Volunteers and staff are sweeping the land for poison which may have led to the deaths of two dogs, including an American bulldog-cross from Alvaston. The Forestry Commission, which manages the land, has said at least two dogs died, four suffered seizures and two others were taken ill after visiting the park near Melbourne over the past few days. READ MORE: If your...
Daily Mail - Home
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BBC News 24
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disappeared over North Wales. The aircraft is believed to have been travelling from Milton Keynes to Dublin, via Caernarfon Bay. A land search is under way but the aerial search had to be suspended due to poor weather
Voice Of America
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A Native American tribe in Montana filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Wednesday, challenging its decision to lift a moratorium on coal leases on public land without first consulting with tribal leaders. The Northern Cheyenne Tribe, located in southern Montana, said the administration lifted the moratorium without hearing the tribe’s concerns about the impact the coal-leasing program has on the tribe, its members and lands. Earlier this month, the tribe sent a letter to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who signed the order lifting the moratorium Tuesday, asking to meet with him to discuss the issue. Zinke did not respond to the letter. “It is alarming and unacceptable for the United States, which has a solemn obligation as the Northern Cheyenne’s trustee, to sign up for many decades of harmful coal mining near and around our homeland without first consulting with our Nation,” Tribal Chairman Jace Killsback said.
Daily Express - Cars
2 hours
MOTORISTS could land themselves with a hefty fine and points on their licence by using a drive thru, here is why.
BBC News 24
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Organisers of the Oscars say they will continue to work with the accountancy firm, PwC, despite the mistake which led to "La La Land" being wrongly announced as the winner of Best Picture, instead of Moonlight. This is the moment Hollywood realised someone hadn't.
BBC News 24
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Annita is in the BBC Newsroom with a summary of the rest of the day's news. A privately-owned helicopter with five people on board has disappeared over North Wales. The aircraft is believed to have been travelling from Milton Keynes to Dublin, via Caernarfon Bay. A land search is underway but the aerial search had to be.