BBC One Wales
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the sunshine, particularly in East Anglia and the south-east. It will turn fresher for all others into the weekend. A little trough of low pressure generating showers. This ridge of high pressure promises a better day, we think, on Sunday. This is a.
BBC One East
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sunshine, particularly in East Anglia and the south-east. It will turn fresher for all others into the weekend. A little trough of low pressure generating showers. This ridge of high pressure promises a better day, we think, on Sunday. This is a snapshot of.
BBC One London
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Not as warm as today. Present in the sunshine, particularly in East Anglia and the south-east. It will turn fresher for all others into the weekend. A little trough of low pressure generating showers. This ridge of high pressure promises a better day, we.
BBC One West Midlands
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England and Wales. Not as warm as today. Present in the sunshine, particularly in East Anglia and the south-east. It will turn fresher for all others into the weekend. A little trough of low pressure generating.
South China Morning Post
14 minutes
Hong Kong retailers are pinning their hopes of better fortune on a string of celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of the 1997 handover as shoppers continued to tighten their belts at the start of the year. Retail sales fell 3.2 per cent in the first two months of the year even though more tourists visited Hong Kong. Hong Kong retail spending plunges to 17-year-low as visitors decline and yuan weakens They expect the celebrations, as well as Chinas worsening relations with South...
The Sun Daily - World News
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SUVA, Fiji: Sedition charges brought against executives at Fiji's oldest newspaper are "absolutely outrageous", Amnesty International said Thursday, while accusing the government of trying to intimidate the media. Three staff members at the Fiji Timesoccasionally a feisty critic of the regime — are facing up to seven years in jail for publishing a letter to the editor last year containing inflammatory comments about Muslims. "To charge people with sedition over something that's printed by an outside contributor in a newspaper is extremely heavy handed," Amnesty's New Zealand chief Grant Bayldon told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. "Fiji has a really sad history of suppressing freedom of expression and we really have to wonder if the motivation here is to intimidate one of the few media outlets that is still independent in Fiji." The letter in question was printed in a low-circulation Fijian-language supplement of the Times, which remains the Pacific nation's oldest newspaper established in 1869.
Futurity
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By contrast, managed retreat rarely works when the benefits of retreat accrue to residents only or no one at all, or when political will is low and a societal cost-benefit ratio doesn't justify relocation—a scenario the researchers label hunkered down. While rare, instances of communities voluntarily acting before disaster strikes—and other new implementations of managed retreat—could shed light on how to get past various barriers to the approach, researchers suggest. Among other avenues for exploration, the researchers suggest policymakers support community ownership of the relocation process, from selecting the resettlement location to designing its infrastructure. Before it comes to that, leaders would do well to create policies—such as permitting development until only the shoreline erodes to a certain point—that can support retreat if need be.
BBC Parliament
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-- and if we took a straw poll of the MPs in this House, irrespective of party, the vast majority would say that the sentencing is too low. We have got to.
BBC Parliament
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justice department to see we can get this increased because I think six months is too low. I will give way. I wondered if he has had a conversation with the government whips, because the second reading of my built an place and it was objected to by the government whips, but that would have increased the sentencing to five years. I have spoken to whips, but whether they listen is another matter, of course. I'm sure they do. LAUGHTER.
KyivPost
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Forbes
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Forbes
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BBC Parliament
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national police chief counsel, industries' representatives, it academics, vats and DEFRA, to name but a few. We visited and DEFRA, to name but a few. We visited Battersea Dogs And Cats and DEFRA, to name but a few. We visited Battersea Dogs And Cats Home to learn about their work, visited Battersea Dogs And Cats Home to learn about their work, as well as a to learn about their work, as well as a commercial breeder and an animal rescue centre in Wales. Animal cruelty sentences. The committee was completely unanimous on this particular point. The current penalties for animal welfare offences in England are too low,.
BBC Parliament
37 minutes
far too low. The maximum sentence of animal cruelty is six months in president and an unlimited fine. Will he takes on evidence from me on that? Certainly. I agree with that and with your excellent motion, but part of the problem is getting courts to impose the minimum sentences, even though they are too low. You are absolutely right
South China Morning Post
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Manchester Evening News
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Police are appealing for anyone who saw a low-flying helicopter in the Trawsfynydd area in Snowdonia
Bleacher Report
an hour
Those additions give Toronto a chance to be better, although Lowry's surgery on the wrist of his shooting arm complicates matters. Lowry at less than optimum efficiency makes for a scary predicament considering the Toronto offense is already far too dependent on what longtime low-efficiency guys Lowry and DeRozan can create on their own. DeRozan was flat-out bad in the East Finals last year. But of the three teams challenging the Cavs in the East, the Raptors have something even more important than the improved field-goal percentages of Lowry and DeRozan this season: Toronto at least can think it challenged the Cavs last spring in stretching the series to six games, and that was before the gold-medal experience in the Olympics further solidified their backcourt's confidence. That should foster a belief (even though they went 0-3 against Cleveland this season) that they can vanquish the Cavs when it counts, and any team that is going to take advantage of James' and his teammates' complacency has to be feeling like it should beat them.
Scientific American - Latest
an hour
Nearly a half-century after humans voyaged to the moon, NASA and private U.S. companies are once again setting their sights beyond low Earth orbit -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Channel4 News
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As one source put it: For a b it, on a bit. It may be that the Commission isn't up for this kind of deal but it was one of the moments yesterday that made you feel that the British position had drifted a little closer to Philip Hammond's end of the table than Liam Fox's. The other part of Theresa May's speech that left that impression was the admission that UK trade could suffer from Brexit and we might need to tack close to EU standards and product rules even after leaving. That touches on the massive and unresolved debate at the heart of Brexit: what kind of country are we going to become. Theresa May didn't restate the “ low tax/small welfare statethreat yesterday what Craig Oliver used to mock as the onward to Singapore approach. The PM merely said that everything she said in her Lancaster House speech still applied.
Liverpool Echo
an hour
BBC News 24
an hour
costs, and I think a British directive would have, but if we have the opportunity to examine that within the timescale. His general point is right and a specific point is right in that the low point of this is to bring it back to the United Kingdom. We don't want to change everything, we may want to maintain a.
Sky News
an hour
continue exchanging data. There is no doubt thereafter that there will be continuing discussions about how we maintain our low standards. -- all our standards. Not just with the Rabin union, with America, the five islands, everybody
Financial Times - Asia
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Channel 4
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later in the night. A low of 6 Celsius. Tomorrow will see periods of heavy and persistent rain clear from Northern Ireland and much of Scotland, with sunny spells and showers later. England and Wales will see some sunshine, but a few showers, too,.