STV
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It is absolutely outrageous that this house had to rely on a leak to a Sunday newspaper to find out about this and the subsequent cover-up. against believing everything he has read in the weekend press.
BBC Parliament
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He HMS vengeance successfully concluded that shakedown operation. As a supporter of the deterrent, doesn't the Secretary of State understand that a leak to a Sunday newspaper followed frankly by government stonewalling does not enhance support for the deterrent, it undermines it? I can understand why the honourable gentleman, he is a supporter of deterrent, why he has said that, but the security of our deterrent is absolutely paramount at a time like this and whether he likes it or not, I am not going to respond to speculation about the test that occurred last June and I am not going to give details of the particular operation of HMS vengeance during the test.
BBC News 24
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Sky News
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BBC News 24
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Has the government instigated a leak inquiry to find out who the source for the Sunday Times was, and does it intend to do so? As I said, I am not confirming the speculation in the weekend press, and I would caution the House against believing everything they have read. Could I ask the Secretary of State whether the MoD and our US partners have shared information about the test-firing and subsequent evaluation? This will be important to reassure our service people and also the public in our validity of the nuclear deterrent.
BBC Parliament
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It is absolutely outrageous that this House had to rely on the leak to a Sunday newspaper to find out about this and the subsequent cover up. Account Secretary of State tell me when did he first find out about this missile Trident deterrent that has kept this country safe for so many years.
Daily Mail - Home
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Brandon Davis, 14, was on work experience at a Raymond Blanc restaurant in Milton Keynes and was asked to repeatedly override a switch in a fuse box that was tripping because of a leak.
Mashable
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ITV
9 hours
You've got an uncontrollable leak. And you've tried to stop it yourself. The bad news is that Joey here is gonna have to remove your ballcock. Huh? The good news is that Joey's an emergency plumber, and that's covered under your Direct Line Home Plus Insurance. I'll leave you two to it. sits Anna Jonsdottir.
Politico
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President Donald Trump is setting himself up for a messy clash with the country’s 2.1 million federal employees as his administration quietly preps plans to cut the size of the government workforce. As one of his first acts, Trump is expected to sign an executive order this week freezing most federal hiring. His team is also fine-tuning plans to shrink several agencies focused on domestic policy, according to sources close to the transition. Now, though, the president is about to find out how much power these maligned workers have to slow or even short-circuit his agenda. Disgruntled employees can leak information to Capitol Hill and the press, and prod inspectors general to probe political appointees. They can also use the tools of bureaucracy to slow or sandbag policy proposalsmoves that can overtly, or passive aggressively, unravel a White House’s best-laid plans.
The Week
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Meanwhile, forecasters warn temperatures will be below zero across much of the south of England during the rush hour this morning, making the roads dangerous. Gambia: Jammeh plundered state coffers Former president of Gambia Yahya Jammeh stole £9.2m from state coffers in his last weeks in power, an adviser to his successor has claimed. Jammeh finally bowed to international pressure and flew into exile in Equatorial Guinea late on Saturday night after denying the election result. His successor, Adama Barrow, plans to return from Senegal soon. WikiLeaks promises to publish Trump tax return The whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks seems to have ended its apparent support of Donald Trump, appealing for someone to leak the US presidents tax returns so it can publish them online. Trump repeatedly promised to release details of the tax he pays after an audit had taken place while campaigning but has now said he will not do so.
ABC News - International
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ABC News - International
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Antiwar.com News
16 hours
Speaking at CIA headquarters over the weekend, President Donald Trump sought to not only downplay tensions with the US intelligence community, but to insist that it was by and large manufactured by the media, saying he is at war with the media and that reporters are among the most dishonest people on earth . There was no mention in Trump's speech of Russia, or of the time he likened a leak by the intelligence community to living in Nazi Germany , but did take time out to defend the attendance numbers in his inauguration as having been much larger than what the press would lead you to believe. Former CIA Director John Brennan declared himself deeply saddened and angered by Trump's speech, insisting that he should be ashamed of himself for his despicable comments. The CIA does not presently have a director, with Congress having delayed the vote on Rep.
The Guardian - World news
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Adviser Kellyanne Conway: ‘He is not going to release his tax returnsWikiLeaks calls for someone to leak documents so they can be published Donald Trump will not release his tax returns even after repeated promises to do so after a supposed audit, one of his senior advisers said on Sunday, confirming that the president will break a 40-year tradition and not show Americans the extent of his financial interests and obligations. Related: Trump presidency begins with defense of false 'alternative facts' Continue reading...
Sputnik International
20 hours
WikiLeaks said it would make the tax returns of the US President Donald Trump public, if someone sent them to the whistleblowing organization.
Collective Evolution
21 hours
The rate also continued to increase as they ran past the 30 minute mark. All of this is discussed by Dr. Yu, in the interview below that was conducted with Dr. Joseph Marcela discussing those studies. You can check it out for more information. Intermittent Fasting A number of scientists have been studying fasting these days, and the results are quite remarkable to say the least. One thing it definitely does is boost autophagy. Fasting has a number of other benefits, including regenerating new stem cells, fighting cancer, and reducing the risk of diabetes and heart disease. When you supply fuel to your mitochondria when they don't need it, they leak electors that enhance reactive oxygen species as free radicals, and free radicals are extremely damaging. Supplying fuel to your mitochondria (via food) is the opposite of fasting. Mitochondria is the power source to your cells, and these free radicals damage it.
BBC One London
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As the ball was played into the box, the leak came out, the challenge from Coquelin, and straightaway Jonathan Moss pointing to the spot, and Andre -- a big goal, and potentially two points lost by Arsenal.
RT
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Daily Express - Entertainment
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WhoWhatWhy
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The exact details of how this election was stolen — what part of it was hacked emails and who hacked them, how much effect Comey's October surprise had, not to mention his totally improper characterization of Clinton in July, and his motivation for both extraordinary acts — will be a matter for enterprising journalists and historians and congressional inquiry. The real point right now is to understand and process the fact that this election was stolen by third parties on behalf of Trump. Period. Photo credit: Susan Melkisethian / Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) If you want to believe it was not the Russians, more power to you. But there is no way those daily drips about the DNC conspiring against Bernie Sanders, about leaked questions from CNN, about campaign concerns about the Clinton Foundation, were not cumulatively devastating. How can you think otherwise? Each leak ratcheted up the volume of Lock her up until it became deafening.
BBC Two Scotland
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We all know in Scottish Cup day in the earlier rounds, if you, pay -- if you, against a big team can be a cricket score. That didn't happen. They can walk away with no embarrassment and say, we gave them a bit of a game. Let's concentrate on the leak. It's a cliche because it is true. And they made a bit of cash, too. Raith Rovers were looking for a Scottish Cup shock as they took on Hearts.
Sky News
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I think that is quite the wrong interpretation. If her very few missile tests. A handful of them. It is very dangerous. The issue is that this shows the danger, but they do not know if you are aware, there was a leak from a Trident submarine showing the absolutely scandalous lack of safety precautions on the Trident submarines.
Carscoops
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With its reveal still months away, Dodge is eager to build the anticipation for its forthcoming Challenger SRT Demon as much as it can. But the Demon may not want to stay under wraps for that long. Not if Vin Diesel has anything to say about it. Read more »