ITV
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ITV
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Talk about someone who can withstand an onslaught of criticism, he is your man. He is the Arsene Wenger of politics. Nothing can take him from his seat of power. Everything has a football metaphor. This is the full list of the seven candidates standing in the Copeland by-election. And these are the ten candidates MPs are outraged this morning over why a British man, who allegedly staged a suicide-bomb attack in Iraq this week, was paid £1 million compensation by the government under Tony Blair, after his release from Guantanamo Bay.
ITV
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When are we going to learn? You will get the wrong answer. I quite like Storm Doris. Our main news. MPs are outraged this morning over why a British man, who allegedly staged a suicide-bomb attack in Iraq this week, was previously paid £1-million compensation by the government under Tony Blair.
Project Censored
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Vice News YouTube
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The beginning of Trump’s presidency has included numerous drastic policy initiatives, most in the form of executive orders. The orders come with little warning and with each comes an indication of another. The suspense has put the community of interest groups, who fight for progressive causes, on high alert. And the seemingly constant barrage of orders enacted rapidly with expansive implications has created yet another obstacle for activistsexhaustion. VICE News Correspondent Evan McMorris-Santoro checked in with some of the sleep deprived advocates prepared to mobilize at a moment’s notice to challenge what they consider unjust orders. Read: "Evangelical Christian groups are outraged at Trump's refugee ban" - http://bit.ly/2m5lhMk Read: "Week four in Trump's America: Flynn resigns, more links to Russia, and a wild press conference" - http://bit.
Leicester Mercury
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Shocking video footage, which appears to a show a man, said to be a member of a Rutland-based hunt, swinging a chain towards anti-hunt activists, has been released. Members of the Hunt Saboteurs' Association (HSA) claim they were attacked by members of the Cottesmore Hunt at their meet in Owston, near Melton on Saturday. The group has released video and still images of what it says is a member of the hunt's staff swinging a heavy chain towards its members. In the video, an outraged,...
BBC News 24
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A direct quote from him on Syria was this: "I am morally appalled outraged, but do you want soldiers in another country shooting people? No, you need an international mandate. We have that -- do not have that in Iraq but we do not have it in Syria.
BBC Two England
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I am morally appalled outraged, but do you want soldiers in Oslo and country shooting people? No, you need an international mandate. We have that in Iraq but we do not have it in Syria.
The Event Chronicle
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By Gary ‘Z’ McGee The system is not improving, it is not progressing. It is precarious and faltering, beleaguered beyond the capacity to fix itself. And with the orange-faced personification of bigotry, intolerance, pomposity, greed, hate and overreaching plutocracy at the top of the unsustainable pyramid, it has been found waiting, covertly fixed and stagnating. But people are slowly starting to wake up to this fact, realizing that they can no longer wait for the system to fix itself. They must take matters into their own hands, seek solidarity with those who also seek healthy, sustainable, and progressive change, and discover that the door to their cage has always been open. A deepening of the truth is on the other side. “Those who will not reason, are bigots, those who cannot are fools, and those who dare not, are slaves.” Lord Byron From encaged to outraged, we the people are beginning to break the invisible chains of cultural conditioning and state-driven political propaganda.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Residents have been left outraged after multiple garden waste bin collection stickers were sent to customers following a system fault. The stickers are issued to residents who choose to pay annually for their brown garden waste bin to be collected - and they're not sent those who do not pay. However, following an error by the council some households have been sent multiple yellow stickers - which could be stuck on bins where people have opted not to pay. Fishtoft residents say they have...
Techradar - Reviews
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The bulky, yellow case charges the Spectacles up to four times before it needs to be recharged. It comes with a priority cable (outraged) that clings to the back of the case magnetically (distracted). Once that blinking red inner LED light illuminates, its pretty easy to throw the glasses into the case and toss the protective case into a bag if it fits. Its rather oddly shaped. We did find it a shame that theres no slim, non-charging case built for Spectacles. Taking them out at night and slipping them in a pocket would be easier if Snap were to make this a reality. Spectacles are said to take 90 minutes to fully charge, and we found that to be true in our testing. Because the magnetic contact on the sunglasses is hidden behind the hinge, you cant charge and wear them at the same time. Thats probably for the best.
Dover Express
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Regulars who use the 56 bus are outraged at a proposal to change the route diverting it from the lower High Street in Broadstairs and avoiding the Hopeville Avenue part of St. Peters. The service, run by Stagecoach for Kent County Council, has had serious issues keeping to the timetable because of inconsiderate and illegal parking that delays the bus on its journey from Broadstairs to Margate.But Councillor Jenny Matterface suggests it would be more sensible to take action on the problem rather...
Daily Mail - Australia
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She was outraged after being labelled a 'politician's wife'. And the outspoken mother-of-two has now admitted her marriage to David is on 'its last legs'.
OK!
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The boys were hoping to impress the viewers at home to make it into next Saturday’s grand final. However, their performance of Lady Gaga’s song Born This Way left Let It Shine viewers far from happy. Furious fans were left seething at the fact that the boy’s version of the track did not mention anything about sexuality, gender or race, subjects that are in fact at the heart of the song. Lyric’s missing from Iron Sun’s performance include: “No matter gay, ...
Daily Mail - USA
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Daily Mail - Home
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RT News
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PinkNews
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Some fans of the BBC singing competition ‘Let it Shine’ are outraged after crucial LGBT lyrics were taken out of a performance of Lady Gaga’s hit Born This Way.
OK!
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The former cricketer had been helping host Simon Rimmer to prepare a dish in the kitchen. He was asked to marinade the chicken for Simon, but his actions after covering the raw meat had fans of the Channel 4 show rushing to Twitter. Viewers were OUTRAGED as Simon appeared to lick his fingers without washing them first. Fans were left concerned, with many either predicting David could end up being sick live on air or asking the show via Twitter if he is ok. ...
Washington Free Beacon
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He should never have been sent to jail, they insist, and his prosecutions were the result of a political witch hunt conducted by the religious right. The truth, however, is that Kevorkian was helped by politics. Murder charges would have piled up against anyone else present at, or involved in, so many deaths. But Kevorkian was allowed to continue—even praised for continuing—because he was clever enough to re-label his killing as an anti-religious-right campaign to help suffering people. At least Gosnell has no defenders left. After the graphic details in the 261-page report from the grand jury that indicted him in 2011, it's hard to imagine who could defend him. As I noted in the Weekly Standard at the time, the grand jury was outraged by a Philadelphia clinic sticky with the remains of old placenta and fetuses. The offices reeked of urine and feces from the cats that wandered through the building.
Financial Times - Media
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Ars Technica
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(credit: ccPixs.com ) Last week, Marathon Pharmaceuticals announced that it would start selling an old steroid drug that treats Duchenne muscular dystrophy for a whopping $89,000 per year of treatment. That’s a steep increase from the $1,200-per-year generic version that families could import from other countries. The standard reactions ensued: patient groups were outraged, health experts fretted, and lawmakers made blustery statements before sending strongly worded letters. The reaction was, sadly, exactly what we’ve seen each time drug makers outrageously price drugs that should be affordable. But one thing was different this time: Marathon’s eye-popping price tag landed on the heels of an industry-wide effort to distance itself from price gouging. Now, Marathon’s industry partners are joining in the outrage, and Marathon has hitpause” on the drug’s release .
Washington Free Beacon
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