BBC Parliament
5 minutes
We've seen quite a lot in the press and the election so far around the selection of women, and the great strides that have taken place not just in 2017 but since 1997. One argument we've made is the.
TIME - Top Stories
6 minutes
The rest went into paying down his father's debts and personal entertainment, according to the report. Although I'm sorry to Youku, I don't regret having done this, he told the court, according to Chinese news site The Paper . I've learned a lot, which I feel is worthwhile. I now also look at society differently.
BBC News 24
8 minutes
I think he's stood up to all the criticism really well, with a lot of strength, a lot of integrity. I believe in what he stands for, and I like his style of politics. Here's where it gets complicated again. Morag is a strong Jeremy Corbyn supporter. She is on the fence on Scottish independence, and voted.
BBC Parliament
9 minutes
there is in all directions, so yes, you know, there are people moving from Labour to the Lib Dems on the remain side, people moving from Labour to the Tories on the leave side. Actually, there are people moving all over the place and there's a lot of people who're unsure about who they're going to vote for. So it looks like, although some people are being shifted by Brexit, mostly it's causing volatility and uncertainty in the election rather than reforming the lines of party competition in a clear way
BBC News 24
11 minutes
They're just focused on the big issues, like coming out of the EU, and all that. It's been overshadowed a lot, and that's not so great. BROODING PIANO MUSIC.
South China Morning Post
20 minutes
Poverty is a topic that occasionally makes headlines in the newspapers and attracts a variety of commentators. In a lot of these discussions reference is made to the poverty line as a measure of the extent of poverty in society. The poverty line is used in two senses: to denote absolute poverty and relative poverty. One of the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations was to reduce the number of people in the world that are living in extreme poverty and hunger. The underlying...
Bleacher Report
21 minutes
The MLB non-waiver trade deadline is slightly more than two months away, and a lot can change in the interim. Still, let's don our gazing-ahead goggles and outline eight deals that will or won't be consummated by July 31 based on the latest standings, credible rumors and, as ever, a dash of gut feeling. Feel free to weigh in with your own deal-or-no-deal musings, and to check back here this summer to remind us how wrong (or possibly right) we were. Begin Slideshow
BBC News 24
26 minutes
Another saying the only problem was looking at and Another saying the only problem was looking at and listening to Nigel Farage. Wayne said they were both incredibly charming and entertaining. Victoria a class act. I used to be a waitress in my teenage years at a restaurant in Rochdale so I have a lot.
Techradar
28 minutes
These leaks though leave less in doubt. The CAD image was shared by Benjamin Geskin , whos been leaking a lot of iPhone 8 stuff. The design here shows an all-screen front, albeit with a cut-out at the top for the front-facing camera, while on the back theres that vertically aligned dual-lens camera that weve seen so much of. Circles aren't scanners Theres also a circle, which you might reasonably think is the fingerprint scanner, but according to Geskin its simply the location of the Apple logo. And backing that up, Slashleaks has posted images of a dummy iPhone 8 unit in a case with no fingerprint scanner cut-out on the back. However, shortly after these leaks another picture emerged, this time from Techtastic , showing an iPhone 8 case which does have a fingerprint scanner on the back. Credit: Techtastic This is also based on a CAD drawing - quite possibly the same one, but in that case it's likely that the case maker misinterpreted the purpose of the circle, so we're skeptical of its accuracy.
Plymouth Herald
32 minutes
As drinking habits have changed, so too have the fortunes of Plymouth's pubs.And sadly that's meant last orders for the last time and some of our favourite hostelries over the past few years. Some have now been turned over to other uses, others are just awaiting a new occupier who will start the good times flowing again.Plymouth, like towns and cities across the country, has lost a lot of pubs.The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has even launched an initiative to protect 3,000 pubs from demolition...
BBC News 24
36 minutes
in a lot of zoological communities around the world and I know they are an incredibly passionate bunch and are very knowledgeable and they are mad keen on their animals. Some of the most knowledgeable I have ever met or zookeepers. I have worked most knowledgeable I have ever met.
BBC News 24
37 minutes
show, there must be strict protocol for working with animals like these, tell us about the rules which would be in place? First foremast I do not work for the zoo community, and my condolences to the family. I know a lot of zookeepers and work.
BBC News 24
37 minutes
My personal opinion is that it is not. We do a lot of work for conservation, a lot of breeding.
Daily Mail - Football
43 minutes
Andres Iniesta says he needs to ‘evaluate a lot of different things’ before deciding whether his Barcelona career will stretch any further than the remaining year left on his contract.
Collective Evolution
an hour
And because these cultures pass down beliefs and teachings orally, a lot of wisdom held by the elders was lost. Fortunately, some remain to preserve it. The world has changed a lot, but much of their teachings, meant to serve as a guidebook for a way of life that respects and honours all beings, still applies today. One great example would by the modern day food industry. Several different cultures within the first nations of America preach deep respect for all life and the animal kingdom, and a recognition that all life is connected. Imagine travelling back in time and showing footage of modern day factory farmsanimals being raised and tortured en mass, in the billions, solely to be killed for our increasing greed. I would be surprised if you could find one elder today who wasn't appalled and heartbroken, or an elder in ancient times who would allow their people to participate in such barbaric acts.
BBC News 24
an hour
How would you sum up your date with Nigel Farage? Incredibly entertaining and infuriating. And wrong! How was your date? I enjoyed it. He has taught me a lot. I have turned her into a federalist!.
Techradar
an hour
The cashback will reflect on your credit card, perhaps after the full amount has been deducted, so make sure you read the fine print before you make the purchase. You can currently purchase the OnePlus 3T in Gunmetal and Soft Gold color variants. OnePlus had previously mentioned that the production of the OnePlus 3T will cease after the launch of the OnePlus 5. Although the company initially talked about discontinuing the handset altogether, it later mentioned that the device will continue to sell in India until the end of 2017. The OnePlus 3T was launched just a few months after the OnePlus 3 broke cover in the markets. This naturally angered a lot of OnePlus 3 customers. Surprisingly enough, OnePlus is now launching yet another flagship. So the company has launched a total of three flagships in a span of 12 months. OnePlus 3T is going off-sale, but not in India
ITV
an hour
Thank you. Next up, we have got Debbie. And this is, without question, and influence from a lot of the Italian catwalks. I showed you this before. And you.
BBC News 24
an hour
Nigel Farage, what do you think of Rachel Johnson? A huge fan. Clearly deluded on this issue, but over a glass of something we could talk some sense into her. Good luck with that! Are you single? That is a very good question, a lot of people are asking!.
BBC News 24
an hour
The problem with Nigel is he is impossible not to adore! He has completely destroyed the country, turned the Tory party into Conkip but I like him an awful lot. He is a brilliant communicator
ABC News - Queensland
an hour
Queensland coach Kevin Walters plays down suggestions from the Maroons camp that they will target Jarryd Hayne, who is making his State of Origin return after a three-year absence.
BBC News 24
an hour
That's a very good question - a lot of people are asking that question. I'm not very married at the moment, let's put it like that. You're not very married? Well, I am married. I know you are! Well, it's good to get to know each other's status before.
BBC Radio Scotland
an hour
in the program and of course the polls are tightening or across the UK that is going up to analysts earlier Ron saying what the picture and Scotland is not quite so clear one thing that struck me actually when we were preparing for this program when we were going out into the streets of Edinburgh speak into quite a lot of people know all the people I spoke to said that they were going to vote on issues that matter to them so that was education health and answer me going to bin collections and all you said somebody says at Westminster Collection and use are devolved issues no matter how often you said that to them it didn't matter that was what we were going to vote on and the other thing that that's fucking was there to see that Sophie and especially a little bit younger voters only people just said well I'm just not going to bother to vote why should I bother to vote my voice to be heard and that was what was with you quotes.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
live traffic heading towards Pencoed etsy advice advise and traffic heading towards a nice is causing a lot of congestion the 473 from coychurch Bridgend towards them for under Neeson up towards Pencoed giving at the moment and looking at the nearest cameras without some human traffic on the off slips east and west to get off the M4 fitting for the motorway it's actually starting to come down across the board fits a little bit busy pasta for tea for excellence amulet and the Briton Ferry Bridge we're both showing signs of using clear out towards Newport in the mouth for straight to the bottom end of the A14 towards Cardiff that's awesome congestion West towards Ely Bridge roundabout roadworks as well if you're heading out towards the A55 the congestion for the eastbound side the Britannia Bridge houses and looking a lot healthier north of Wrexham towards the posthouse roundabout from the Bypass at the latest.