BBC Parliament
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normal as a demonstration that our democracy and free society will not be disrupted by terrorism, we need always to remember that for the families of those who lost their lives yesterday and the families of those who have.
The Sun Daily
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But those who risked their lives in covert operations such as the Special Branch officers who infiltrated enemy lines to gather intelligence were our greatest patriots. Sportsmen and sportswomen victorious in international competitions are our heroes, and deserve all the accolades. For our country to progress, we need to introduce incremental steps. What is the point of aiming to be among the top 20 countries by 2050 when current issues are not addressed? Can we enjoy the prosperity of the top 20 countries today in 33 years? Can we assume other countries will stagnate while we develop rapidly? If we are near the top ranking countries, it makes sense to compete with them. What we have are middle-income earners, including the majority of government servants, who are unable to earn enough for a comfortable living, while the poor continue to suffer.
The Sun Daily
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In the latest tragedy, this group of eight boys aged between nine and 12 had gone fishing and only one came back alive, sparking yet another round of finger-pointing and blaming parents for lack of supervision. Fishing? Why did they go fishing and lots of other questions related to safety come to mind. According to statistics, 700 Malaysians drown every year. And findings by the Perak Clinic Research Centre showed that 500 children drowned or were involved in near-drowning incidents yearly. Its director, Datuk Dr Amar Singh could not hide his frustration with the state of affairs of children needlessly losing their lives due to public apathy over what could well be the major cause of child deaths in Malaysia. "It is a tragedy caused by all of us and we as a society are responsible for failing these children," he told a newspaper. It is alarming that at least 100 children have drowned so far this year.
Sky News
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what happened inside Parliament's gates. Two teams of first aid is trying to save the lives of a murderer and his victim. Just a few yards apart. Further afield, the hunt for those.
Sky News
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their lives in yesterday's attack, and of all the casualties of that attack, we shall now observe a minute's silence. Then.
BBC News 24
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their lives in yesterday's attack and of all of the casualties of that attack. We shall now observe a minute's silence
Radar Online
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As a young biracial man in a largely Caucasian hometown and sport, Tiger Woods was the victim of hateful slurs and even physical violence, he claims in his new tell-all. When the golfer, now 41, was a small child in Cypress, California, the neighbors began attacking his mixed-race family’s home. “Some of the residents werent happy…and threw things at the houselemons, limes, rocks,” Woods recalls in his new book, The 1997 Masters: My Story, which covers his first major championship win and life off the course . The behavior finally stopped when Woodshalf-brothers confronted the perpetrators. PHOTOS: It’s Over! Lindsey Vonn & Tiger Woods Announce Mutual Split On Facebook: ‘We Both Lead Hectic Lives’ “ Kevin and Earl Jr. went over to the house where the people who took exception to our moving in lived, knocked on the door, and had a little discussion to clear up the situation,” he writes.
Lincolnshire Echo
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An MP has detailed events inside Parliament as the terror attack which has so far claimed five lives unfolded.He also said he was in favour of increased security measures, including allowing security services to snoop on communications - and that society should give more support to moderate British muslims.John Mann MP says he missed witnessing the attack by just 10 seconds. As he was heading to the chamber, he saw the Prime Minister being bundled away and he...
Daily Express
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THE QUEEN has spoken out for the first time after a horrific terror attack in London which has claimed three lives.
Western Morning News
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Hundreds of people who can't afford to buy their own homes are being hit by hidden fees when they try to rent, according to Citizens Advice in Plymouth. The latest English Housing Survey foud that one in five households in England is living in private rented accommodation, while home ownership has fallen to its lowest level in 30 years. One in seven (14%) of young non-homeowners think they will be renting for the rest of their lives. Research by Citizens Advice Exeter and Plymouth found...
Western Morning News
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A retired groundsman facing trial for sexually abusing and abducting a schoolboy in care during the 1990s has been charged with 20 further offences regarding another boy.Peter Weyman, aged 66, pleaded not guilty to child abduction and ten charges of indecency when he appeared at Exeter Crown Court last month.The charges relate to a boy aged under 13 who was a pupil at Chelfham Mill School, near Barnstaple, between 1992 and 1994.Weyman, who lives in Lindrick, Nottinghamshire, wass accused of one...
BBC News 24
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a warped ideology, which leads to an act of terrorism and it will not prevail. My prayers are those who were injured and lost their lives and their family and particularly P xrchlt Keith Palmer, who made the ultimate xrchlt Keith Palmer, who made the.
BBC Parliament
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My prayers are with all those injured, those who lost their lives and their families and particularly PC Keith Palmer, who made the ultimate sacrifice. This attacker and people like him are not of my religion, North are they of my community and we should condemn all of those who pretend to be other particular religion because.
Sky News
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you, Mr Speaker. My prayers are with all those injured and those who lost their lives and families and particularly, PC Keith Palmer who made the ultimate sacrifice
The Sun Daily - World News
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ROME: An Italian prosecutor has stepped up his investigation into charity-funded migrant rescue boats in the Mediterranean after claims they are acting as a de-facto taxi service for people traffickers. Vessels chartered by private organisations are in the spotlight amid accusations they not only encourage traffickers to set migrants out to sea by sailing as close to Libyan waters as possible, but also come to the rescue when the smugglers call. Prosecutors are looking into how the rescue vessels are funded following questions over the amount of money being spent. Rescuers say they are forced to patrol near Libya to save lives because the migrants are being loaded into overcrowded dinghies that are so flimsy they are destined to sink shortly after departure. "It is impossible to rule out direct contact" between the non-governmental rescue vessels and traffickers in Libya, said Sicilian prosecutor Carmelo Zuccaro, who has been leading the probe but has not yet opened an official judicial inquiry.
I4U News
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While the rise in machine learning technology may be making people's lives smarter and easier, it has conversely given rise to fear and anxiety among people about losing jobs to artificial...
BBC News 24
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to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our democracy, and I do hope that at an appropriate time, with discussion with the family, that we also may be able to look at a lasting memorial to Keith in order that each and everyone of us know that there are people putting their lives on the line.
Sky News
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us know there are people putting their lives on the line for our democracy today. I am sure the house authorities will wish to consider the point he has made. If I may reflect on his earlier remarks, I think it is.
Sky News
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Minister. Our Hearts go out to the victims and we honour the police who risk their lives every day to keep us safe and unfortunately too often give up their lives to keep us safe. Can.
BBC News 24
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unfortunately, too often give up their lives to keep us safe. Can the Prime Minister assure us that she will make sure the police forces up and down the country and the security services will always have the resources that they need in order to carry out their job of keeping us all safe? I thank my honourable friend for his comments. And indeed, as I indicated in Maesteg and,.
BBC Parliament
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that she has shown? She has shown why she is proving to be a superb Prime Minister and we are proud to have her as our Prime Minister. Of course our hearts go out to the victims and the honour of the police who risk their lives every day to keep us safe, and unfortunately too often give up their lives to keep us safe. Can the Prime Minister.
Den of Geek
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The film marks Devlin’s big screen feature directing debut, and hopefully it lives up to its B-movie presence, and gives us one of 2017’s most fun nights out at the pictures. We’ve got until October to wait for it, though. 34. Beauty And The Beast Having proven that it can make a success – both critically and commercially – of a live action take on The Jungle Book , Disney’s reworking of its animated hits in live action arrives at another cherished movie: Beauty And The Beast . The first animated film to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar, the 1991 original is regarded as one of the very finest Disney animated features. For the live action take, Bill Condon (the last two Twilight movies, Dreamgirls , Gods And Monsters ) is directing, and quite an ensemble has been recruited. Emma Watson and Dan Stevens are in the title roles, whilstdeep breathEwan McGregor, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Stanley Tucci, Emma Thompson, Sir Ian McKellen, Kevin Kline and Josh Gad head up the support.
BBC Parliament
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about -- of citizens are going about their lives, showing in the smallest of ways, but each and every one of them a defiance of the terrorists. Thank you, Mr Speaker. Whilst the dreadful events of yesterday took place in the boundaries of my own constituency, I know the Palace of Westminster is close to the hearts not j US to the hearts of the 650 of us, but to the millions of not j US to the hearts of the 650 of.
BBC Parliament
an hour
injured. This was an horrific crime and it has cost lives and caused injury, but as an act of terror it has failed. It has failed because we are here and we are going to go about our business. It has failed to go about our business. It has failed because despite the trauma that they witnessed outside their windows,.