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With a holiday weekend, three new shows, plus Glenn Close , Jake Gyllenhaal , Sally Field and Mark Ruffalo adding more star power to a roster that already sees fans lining up outside the Barrymore Theatre, angling for Cate Blanchett's autograph, Broadway saw a 29% jump at the box office last week. Sailing on great notices for her Norma Desmond redux , Close's turn in Sunset Boulevard posted $1.3 million for seven performances at the Nederlander Organization's Palace...
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The memo stresses that all “removable aliens” could be subject to immigration enforcement under the new guidelines. The Migration Policy Institute, which bills itself as a non-partisan think tank, found that more than half of an estimated 1.9 million deportable immigrants with criminal records were in the country lawfully, either using green cards or some other type of visa. The guidance issued Tuesday prioritizes the arrest of deportable immigrants who have abused public benefits, misrepresented themselves, or in the judgment of an immigration officer, otherwise pose a risk to public safety or national security. The memo gives few specifics on how each of these criteria will be determined. The guidance also makes clear that driving without a license, a frequent offense for undocumented immigrants, could make an individual subject to immigration arrest, detention and, if found removable by final order, removal from the United States.
BBC Two England
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It will lead to a million arguments about whether we should be detaching ourselves or not. The argument isn't over. The nature of our relationship. It isn't clear what those people really think. You say they are interested in openness and working with our European colleagues but they've done nothing to bring about that vision.
Voice Of America
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“I would like to use this opportunity to call on the government, the warring parties and all actors to support humanitarians to provide the necessary access so we can continue to bring lifesaving services to those in need and also provide opportunity for those in need to live a life of dignity,” Owusu said. Kiir says his government also is trying to organize assistance for farmers struggling under famine conditions. “The government is aware of the failure of crops last year in the region, and so steps are being taken to mitigate a potential famine there,” the president said Tuesday. “Toward this end, the government will increase the supply of basic food commodities in the area with a provision for subsidized prices.” Situation is urgent U.N. humanitarian workers estimate that about 5 million peoplenearly half of South Sudan's population — are “severely food insecure,” due to the combined effects of the fighting, drought and hyperinflation.
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After a cold spell at the Broadway box office, sales heated up last week thanks to the date-night business around Valentines Day and the long-weekend traffic of Presidents Day all while Sara Bareilles proved her box office might, spurring a sales stampede at Waitress in the wake of the announcement of her casting in... Read more »
Sky News
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He and others had tried to sue Donald Rumsfeld, the American Defence Secretary at the time. He got £1 million and all those years later, he has popped up in Iraq carrying out that suicide attack two days later.
Sky News
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I think that many people will be very angry to find out that he received a compensation payment of £1 million. Hillhead argued successfully that British agents knew and were complicit in his mistreatment at Guantanamo Bay.
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So you are seeing larger businesses, and these are not necessarily multi-million multinational companies. Very often quite modest shops with a rateable value above 50,000 are paying an additional supplement twice the rate of the UK level. We think that sends out the wrong message. Having businesses in Scotland taxed more highly than those elsewhere in the UK is simply going to deter investment in Scotland and drive away business. Of course we still have the issue of property valuation, that has not been done for years.
Global News
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$5 million has been allotted in the provincial budget for Canada's 150th birthday celebrations but the department isn't sure how those funds will be spent.
ABC News - New South Wales
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Dairy company Bega Cheese posts a $15.7 million half-year after tax profit but warns of a challenging second half to the financial year.
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That is on top of an extra £185 million he found three weeks ago to buy off the Greens so I think the obvious question is how much more money has Derek Mackay got squirreled away? He must have the fattest sofa in the country. Every time he puts his hand between the cushions he comes up with a wad of extra cash. So if Derek Mackay can find £42 million today and could find £185 million three weeks ago I think there is a serious conversation to be had with him about what additional resources might be found to help those businesses who were not helped today.
Sky News
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You take us 30 salaries or the NHS money? What is a covenant? These are the choices you have to make. -- come from. The daily Mail. You paid £1 million to him.
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So I am glad they have finally got the message and finally acted. It is not going as far as many people in the business community would like but for those in hospitality and renewable energy it is welcome relief for the coming year. If it has done little to ease the concerns of some businesses and you say they would need real help, what would the Scottish Conservatives propose and I suppose critically, what would that cost? Derek Mackay managed to find today an extra £42 million that he had squirreled away that he did not tell anybody about.
Daily Mail - Home
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Shipbuilders Nobiskrug said Andrey Melnichenko owed9.8 million as an outstanding payment, as well as €5.5m for subcontractors and interest charges. It will leave Gibraltar soon.
BBC News 24
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Now he has ended up being filmed as a night as suicide bomber. Wonder if the £1 million has gone to eye -esque on some now. Reason British taxpayers paid it, he claimed MI6 was involved in what happened. -- the IS suicide bomber.
BBC News 24
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This guy was a web designer from Manchester, then he was held in Guantanamo Bay, claimed that he was unfairly held, was released and paid £1 million. I think the payment was to avoid paying more, if it had gone to court, it was some kind of settlement.
Sky News
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They were fake suspicions. They have noticed how the jail and they begin suspicious of his reasons for being there. The story do not stack up. He claimed to have been a student in some Sudanese University that do not exist. There is a does things but asserted... You could keep an eye on someone like a cement unobtrusive way spending a million quid.
BBC News 24
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Could the England captain, Wayne Rooney, be heading to China? The Mirror reports he could be leaving Manchester United. And the Mail leads with how a suspected jihadi terrorist pocketed taxpayers' money after accusing MI6 agents of being complicit in his mistreatment at the hands of the Americans. pages have got, the ISU aside bomber that you, the British taxpayer, paid £1 million.
BBC One Wales
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In total, thousands of incidents were recorded here, but just over 6000 cases resulted in a prosecution. Across the UK, the British crime survey revealed 1.2 million women were victims of domestic abuse, but the vast majority did not contact the police. Prime Minister to Reza me has vowed to directly oversee the location telling creation of laws to deal with the problem.
BBC News 24
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The same story leads the Metro. The paper says the British government paid him a million pounds in compensation after he was released from Guantanamo Bay. The Times says the Brexit Secretary, David Davis, has declared that the UK will keep its doors open for low-skilled European workers, after Brexit. The Guardian also leads on Brexit, reporting how City bankers say the potential loss of jobs to the rest of europe could threaten financial stability.
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So that was already an extra package of £155 million, taking our total support of reliefs nationally to over £600 million. That is the actions I had previously outlined but in the light of concerns that had been raised legitimately with me I have been working over the last number of days and weeks to refine that, to give additional support which has been very warmly received in the business community. These are significant sums of money you are talking about, 155 you mentioned and 40, of that order today.
Sky News
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-- one-time obey. Ask one-time obey. -- Guantanamo Bay. And that of course suggested that the British were aware of the allegations of torture. It is really important to remember the dissolved and forgotten why he got the million quid. As well as wide did other EP knees not because the British government admitted tilt of her anything but simply because he and others were certainly queues at the time of exploiting various different laws say we demand you take you go to court to show all your secret intelligence on us at your proof that we got.
BBC One West Midlands
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