BBC Parliament
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For instance, the problems in my own constituency with Babcock? I am very aware of the situation is at Babcock and it is always bad news when we hear of people losing their jobs. We have had a good record of finding new employment and begin to park does reflect that businesses will close from time to time.
BBC One North West
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The Prime Minister Harold Wilson and a host of cardinals and archbishops were at the consecration in 1967. Winifred Park was there too. She's 92 and still a regular worshipper here. I can remember the Scouts lining the route up to the ramp.
BBC One East
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Put the syringe flat on top of it... In the new Leaf Laboratory at the Norwich Research Park, the Science Minister learns how plants are producing proteins, which can then be used in vaccines. This is where the next cure for Ebola or Zika could be found and it's because of research like this that the Government is upgrading the role of science in post-Brexit Britain.
BBC One Wales
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Carol Powell who was on holiday with Judy Jones, was at the pool, Trudy was at the beach. She described a terrible explosion and gunfire. She began to run. She eventually played out in a car park to save her own life. She says she identified Trudy's body from her distinctive male varnish.
BBC One North West
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It is a gentle man interested in building one right next to the conference centre. they seem to be as confident as they can be that by the end of 2019 this car park will be part of the revitalised Winter Gardens complex and it will host a 4-star conference hotel.
BBC One South West
2 hours
Surely somebody would not purposely put in a wrong registration number. These really are genuine mistakes. They do appear to be genuine. The difficulty is the technology in place does not recognise there is genuine mistakes and unfortunately the technology is needed to manage that car park efficiently and effectively, to keep the cost of parking for the ordinary users who are happy to put their registration number incorrectly as low as possible. For these companies, is it all about making money? Absolutely not.
Petrolicious
4 hours
Plus, they have very strict laws of not being able to import old cars. For the Taiwanese people, it’s an unusual and special site to see. The first day of the rally, we drove from Taipei, through the countryside. We avoided the highways as much as possible, taking the country “b-roadscenic routes. We stopped at local restaurants to eat and at all the checkpoints, which ranged from gas stations to parks to government buildings, there were crowds waiting for us, waiting for all 70 cars to show up and park. Our day one overnight destination was Sun Moon Lake, which is where the Taiwanese president honeymoonssort of the Niagara Falls of Taiwan. It’s a beautiful lake up in the mountains, very scenic. That’s where we ended up on the first day. Every hotel we stayed in was five-stars, the best of the best in Taiwan. With 70 cars in the event, we were basically taking out half the rooms.
Quick Sprout
4 hours
4. Focused on the value proposition No matter how hilarious the video is, all those views wont translate into sales and revenue if you can’t connect the product to the consumer in some way. Storytelling is a good start, but so is knowing your audience. Dollar Shave Club knocked it out of the park by staying focused on the value proposition with their messaging and content, from landing pages to videos. When you watch the videos, you understand the convenience of never having to shop for replacement blades, and you also appreciate the price. I know, like many men do, the frustration of watching the price of blade replacements climb constantly. Dollar Shave Club didnt have a unique product . Razors are everywhere. Still, they developed a unique value proposition around their products and made sure to keep that front and center throughout their content marketing campaigns.
The Herald - Scottish Football
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The Northern Echo
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Liverpool Echo
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Blues fans have their own ditty for the French midfielder
Daily Mail - USA
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Maidstone News
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A woman convicted of manslaughter has been charged with absconding from a low security prison more than 10 years ago.
The Herald - Sport
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The Jambos face the Fifers for a second time in four days after letting victory slip through their fingers during Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup fourth-round clash at Stark's Park.
Daily Mail - USA
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Specialist police divers from Nottinghamshire Police have been called to help with a murder investigation in Northampton.Divers have started a search this week of Eastfield Park Lake, Northampton, for any items relating to the murder of David Brickwood, including a possible murder weapon or anything taken from his house during the attack.The search comes following a lengthy investigation that started when 74-year-old David was stabbed in his home in Lindsey Avenue in the early hours of Saturday,...
Daily Mail - Home
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ABC News - United States
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Residents of Big Pine Estates waited outside the mobile home park in Albany early Monday, hoping to get inside and look at what remained of their belongings after the storm hit Sunday afternoon
Daily Mail - USA
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The trio assaulted a 25-year-old man inside a stairwell in the Bedford Park neighborhood of the Bronx. Police say the victim's left pinky was severed. He also suffered cuts to his arms and legs.
The Sun Daily
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Within South Korea, voices opposing the installation have grown louder, with some opposition candidates pledging to scrap the agreement if they win a presidential election due this year. The plan has also angered China, which has imposed measures seen in the South as economic retaliation, including effectively barring K-pop stars from performing on the mainland and not authorising South Korean airlines to operate charter flights between the countries. "There are various concerns about economic retaliation from Thaad but the relationship between South Korea and China did not happen in just one or two years," Hwang said. He took over President Park Geun-Hye's sweeping executive powers after she was impeached in December, becoming the de facto leader of Asia's fourth largest economy. Park is accused of colluding with close friend Choi Soon-Sil to strong-arm companies into handing over tens of millions of dollars to dubious foundations which Choi controlled.
Daily Mail - USA
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Staff at the Hangzhou Safari Park, in eastern China, have been accused of animal abuse. However, the park has denied that they had maltreated the endangered species during a circus show.
Daily Mail - USA
6 hours
The trio assaulted a 25-year-old man inside a stairwell in the Bedford Park neighborhood of the Bronx. Police say the victim's left pinky was severed. He also suffered cuts to his arms and legs.
Derby Telegraph
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Leicester City are making the short journey to Derby's Pride Park Stadium for the fourth round FA Cup tie on Friday following a 3-0 defeat. Following the defeat to Southampton, the boss of the reigning Premier League champions, admits relegation is a possibility as the Foxes find themselves just five points above the relegation zone. Claudio Ranieri said his side must reach 40 points as soon as possible to avoid becoming the first-ever Premier League champions to be relegated...
The Week
6 hours
Natural swimming pools For those concerned that a swimming pool might ruin the rustic nature of their garden, "live edge pools" could be the answer. The edges of the water are created to look like a pond or lake, sometimes with a slope leading down to the water. The perfect place for a deck chair. Gartenart Swimming Ponds (pictured above) carries out swimming pool conversions or can convert existing ponds and lakes into swimming areas. Petanque courts This year, petanque and other activities look set to take gardens by storm, not only as a delightful pastime for sun-filled days, but as an attractive centrepiece of gravel and sand that can double up as a seating area. Simplistic colour schemes While bright colours have been all the rage over the past few years, with the Olympic Park Meadows standing out as a multicoloured example, gardens are now returning to more refined palettes.