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If people are outraged about Katie Price quoting certain people, why is it different on Twitter? A good thing about Twitter is that it.
OK!
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Woody let Tracey go from the pub she has worked at for 30 years in a shock decision during Friday night’s episode. After Fi Browning, played by Lisa Faulkner, was brought in to save the pub from its financial crisis, she and Woody decided to act. They revealed that one step they were taking to get the venue back on track was to sack unneeded members of stuff. Tracey was the unlucky character told to leave, and EastEnders viewers were outraged. EastEnders: Sharon Mitchell ...
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Cook Nick Deverell-Smith whipped up a scrumptious looking lamb dish, decorated perfectly, and served it up. But viewers on Twitter couldn't help but be put off by the fact Nick didn't wash his hands after touching raw meat and before using fresh produce. One wrote: "This chef has yet to wash his hands after handling raw lamb!" Another couldn't believe what they'd seen: "Did that chef wash his hands after touching raw meat?" Saturday Kitchen: Chef Nick Deverell-Smith prepared ...
The Sun Daily - World News
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The number of those killed since 2003 reaches above 890. True values To their chagrin, the official ultimately responsible for protecting vulnerable indigenous groups in the country's conservative government, Justice Minister Osmar Serraglio, belongs to Brasilia's influential pro-agriculture political wing. He recently outraged indigenous activists by saying that land is not the main issue in dispute. "Land doesn't fill anyone's stomach," he said. "We're going to give them good living conditions, but we're going to stop this talking about land." Adriana Ramos of the civil society group Social Environmental Institute says his words betray ignorance of indigenous people's true value to Brazil as well as their longing to inhabit their own lands. "The presence of these communities and the traditional management practices contribute to the enrichment of the forest and conservation," he said.
BBC News 24
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other surgeons regard would he has done? Absolutely outraged. He has let our profession down. This man has worked against completely against what we stand for. He has let down all of his colleagues that work hard to care for their patients every day. The police said they have no idea why he carried the side, it may have been driven by money
InfoWars
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Daily Express
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THE parents of five children are fuming after their school waited hours before telling them they had been in a car crash.
Mashable
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When The New York Times reported the popular inbox-cleaning app Unroll.me was providing anonymized user data to Uber as part of the ride-hailing company's bid to crush competition from Lyft, the backlash was swift. Outraged users took to Twitter, bashing the company and pledging to delete the service. CEO Jojo Hedaya quickly apologized, but it did little to quell the outrage. Later, Unroll.me cofounder Perri Chase wrote an impassioned defense of Hedaya on Medium. SEE ALSO: Facebook's 'Town Hall' is probably the best thing the social network has ever done "Data is pretty much the only business model for email and Unroll.me is not the only company that looks at, collects and sells your data," Chase who is no longer part of the company wrote. "There was no intentional malice done by Jojo or anyone at Unroll.me." Read more... More about Tech Column , Uber , Apps And Software , Tech , and Tech
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terrible that he had been jailed, they were outraged, there is a massive campaign to have the murder conviction quashed, but he has still been charged and convicted with manslaughter. How did he feel about that? The important thing for him, perhaps this has not had enough publicity, is that the.
The Event Chronicle
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By Gareth Porter New York Times columnist Tom Friedman outraged many readers when he wrote an opinion piece on 12 April calling on President Trump to “back off fighting territorial ISIS in Syria”. The reason he gave for that recommendation was not that US wars in the Middle East are inevitably self-defeating and endless, but that it would reduce the “pressure on Assad, Iran, Russia and Hezbollah”. That suggestion that the US sell out its interest in counter-terrorism in the Middle East to gain some advantage in power competition with its adversaries was rightly attacked as cynical. But, in fact, the national security bureaucracies of the US – which many have come to call the “Deep State” – have been selling out their interests in counter-terrorism in order to pursue various adventures in the region ever since George W Bush declared a “Global War on Terrorism” in late 2001.
Daily Express - Film
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VIN DIESEL is outraged Charlize Theron said he "kisses like a dead fish" and even tried to bring Finding Dory in to his argument on the Ellen Show. Watch the ridiculous moment here.
The Huffington Post
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Some members of Congress are outraged, one telling us its beyond comprehension the intruder was not on the radar of the Secret Service when he jumped the fence, the site reported. In addition to covering Secret Service miscues, TMZ reported on March 19 how a Mar-a-Lago guest had not breached security, as had been claimed. TMZ, again citing law enforcement sources, reported on March 20 that the laptop thief was caught on video. Were told the video is grainy so its hard to make out the thiefs features, but its definitely a lead, the site reported. On March 21, Chaffetz spoke to TMZ for an exclusive story about a White House fence-jumpers ability to linger around the grounds without detection by Secret Service. It was even worse than I thought, he said.
BBC One Northern Ireland
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coming together, neither of which bulked up the idea that a unionist pact was sectarian yet seemed outraged that anyone suggest the two nationalist parties doing the same thing. It is not nationalism that is sectarian because I think this is.
Evening Standard
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Daily Express - Film
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VIN DIESEL is outraged Charlize Theron said he "kisses like a dead fish" and even tried to bring Finding Dory in to his argument on the Ellen Show. Watch the ridiculous moment here.
Washingtons Blog
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21stCenturyWire
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21st Century Wire says... (Image United Nations Economic and Social Council Wikipedia) Adam Garrie The Duran Many people have been justifiably outraged that Saudi Arabia has been elected to the Commission on the Status of Women of the United Nations. The move has been described as absurd by many, as Saudi Arabia has the worst record on women’s rights in the world and one of the worst in modern history. But for all of the proper outrage over this decision, few people are worried about the international role of countries who exercise policies of extremism on the other side of the sex-equality coin. Put simply, many European countries should not hold a position on such a commission either. Since the end of the Second World War, sex-equality laws in the west has been firmly anti-male. This expresses itself in many ways. First of all and most worryingly, many western countries exercise the right in both private and public sectors to maintain quotas for women employees, including in government.
TechCrunch
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ABC News - International
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Washington Free Beacon
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Daily Mail - Home
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Dan from Northern Ireland arrived to see former partner Louise, from Liverpool, in labour, he didn't stay for the actual birth of baby Zen, which left some viewers furious.
The Herald
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Samantha Geimer said she was ‘outraged’ by an alleged cover-up of misconduct.
South China Morning Post
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