The Sun Daily
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To give you an idea where Kroenke is at, he bought the St Louis Rams gridiron team so he could relocate it to the more lucrative Los Angeles franchise on the west coast. This left Rams' fans with a 5,116km round trip if they wanted to watch 'home' games. But for his foresight and business acumen, he won America's sports executive of the year award. Gooners should not fear a shift to Manchester or Merseyside and Kroenke has allowed Wenger to run the show with a board that – Alisher Usmanov apart - eats out of the Frenchman's hand. Neither board nor owner wants him to leave. In fact, they'd be very upset if he does. So, a swift Claudio Ranieri-type exit followed by a Craig Shakespeare-type turnaround is not possible. Any new manager bounce would be wishful thinking. Wenger, like a tin-pot dictator of a banana republic, has made himself Minister of All Portfolios.
The Sun Daily
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Armed officers shot the attacker dead but not before he had killed two members of the public and the 48-year policeman guarding the seat of British political power in the deadliest attack in the country since 2005. Press Association news agency photos believed to be of the attacker lying on an ambulance stretcher showed a burly man wearing black clothes and a beard. Other pictures showed two people being treated on the ground inside the vehicle entrance gates of parliament, with a knife visible on the cobblestones, while three shots were heard ringing out on video footage as terrified passers-by fled. British lawmaker Mary Creagh told AFP there was "a real sense of panic" as the attack unfolded and a doctor at nearby St Thomas' Hospital said they were treating people with "catastrophic" injuries. Sick and depraved Prime Minister Theresa May described the attack as "sick and depraved" in a defiant address in which she affirmed parliament would meet as normal on Thursday.
BBC News 24
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I'm joined at the police cordon at Westminster by Lord Carlile. Thank you for being us with. What do you think of the significance of the fact that the Prime Minister said this assailant was British born and had been.
Sky News
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meet him here again only a few months after being elected. Would my right honourable friend the Prime Minister in recognition of the work that he did and the other police officers and public servants here.
BBC Parliament
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of all of us, our very special thank you for your calm professionalism and kindness. It is a real tribute to the house service. And the clerk of the house and your team, ensuring decisions could be made promptly and sensibly. The Prime Minister has said this is business as usual, so why will proceed to business as usual and ask the Leader of the House, it is a convention when a statutory instrument is prayed.
BBC Two England
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did not know at that point whether somebody was loose, armed, in the building. As Iain Duncan Smith said, they didn't want us near any class because of the fear of an explosion. We stayed there, moved to the Central Lobby and five hours later the evacuation started. Earlier this morning, the Prime Minister Theresa May gave a statement to the House of Commons. We can listen to that in full now
BBC Two England
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and got into the division lobby, out the other side. I was going up the corridor, there was bustling chaos all of a sudden, something was going on. It turned out the Prime Minister had been rushed away out the back of the lobby. I didn't think much about it and.
South China Morning Post
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Channel 4
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ABC News - International
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Britain's prime minister says that the man who mowed down pedestrians on a London bridge and fatally stabbed a police officer on Parliament's ground was born in the U.K. and was known to intelligence services
ABC News - United States
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BBC News 24
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to share his sorrow. Which will come away from that debate, MPs meeting determined to show their work will continue and the Prime Minister saying we are not afraid, our resolve will never waiver in the face of tomorrow
BBC News 24
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This is BBC News. I'm Ben Brown live at Westminster. As the Prime Minister says the man behind the terror attack here was British-born and known to the authorities. The flag over Parliament is flying at half-mast this afternoon, as the Queen.
The Iran Project
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March 23, The Iran Project Relations between Iran and the West was associated with extensive changes during the past Iranian calendar year ended March 20, 2017 and undoubtedly the future of this relationship is also heavily influenced by changes happened during the mentioned period. Transition of power in US The controversial transition of power in the United States is considered as the most important issue in relations between Iran and the West. Following the implementation of the historical nuclear deal also known the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between Iran and world powers, it was assumed that the relations of Iran and West would be shaped based on the deal. But the unexpected transition of power in the US and Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election, the future of this document was shrouded in mystery. Trump’s anti-Iran remarks and the happiness of Islamic Republic’s arch-enemy, Israel, and the Zionist regime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s attempts to exploit from transition of power in the US, initially gave the impression that the document will be lost and the Americans would tear JCPOA up.
BBC Parliament
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says, I think that shows the value are absolutely at the heart of our society. Can I commend the Prime Minister for her strength of character and for her leadership at this time? Cometh the hour, cometh the woman. I thank you woman. Prime Minister, at this moment in time, of course we are.
BBC Parliament
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all very aware of the review that will take place, the review will make recommendations and make enhancements. Could I ask the Prime Minister what assurance, seek an assurance they will be conveyed to the Parliament to the Northern Ireland Assembly, and further co-operation with the Republic of Ireland, which is very important for us in Northern Ireland, that it will enhanced and strengthened? Thank you
Voice Of America
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British police said Thursday they have arrested eight people in connection with the attack near Britain's Parliament in London, which killed three people and ended when an officer shot dead the attacker. Mark Rowley, head of counterterrorism efforts for London's Metropolitan Police Service, said the arrests came from searches at six addresses, and that "inquiries" at locations in London, Birmingham and other parts of the country were continuing. He did not specify how those arrested were linked to Wednesday's attack. "It is still our belief, which continues to be born out by our investigation, that this attacker acted alone and was inspired by international terrorism," Rowley told reporters. He added that the attacker's name should not be made public during what he called a "sensitive stage" of the investigation. Prime Minister Theresa May, in comments to Parliament about the attack, said the man responsible was born in Britain and was once investigated by the country's MI-5 intelligence agency "in relation to concerns about violent extremism.
Sky News
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certainly do not speak for me. STUDIO: That is where we leave the House of Commons, the Prime Minister with a very full statements to a packed chamber. While she was on her feet, a statement from Buckingham Palace, the Queen expressing her thoughts, prayers and deepest.
BBC News 24
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thanks to the House staff and the police for the consideration with which they were treated during the five hour lock down. Would the Prime Minister agree with me that just as we go about continue to go about our daily work, so those we represent must continue to see this House as their House, and must be encouraged.
BBC Parliament
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I would like to add my gratitude to those already expressed. Yesterday two of my constituents were caught up in the attacks. One of whom was eight months pregnant and they have asked me to pass on their gratitude and thanks to the House staff and the police for the consideration with which they were treated during the five-hour lock down. Would the Prime Minister agree.
Sky News
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attacks, one of whom was eight months pregnant and they have asked me to pass on their gratitude and thanks to the House staff and police for the consideration with which they were treated during the five-hour lockdown. With the Prime Minister agree with me that just as we go.
The Herald
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The Herald
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Sky News
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deliver that age? Will the Prime Minister who join me to tell those who want to acquire those skills to do so and join St John's ambulance to take those lessons -- that age. He makes a good.