BBC Parliament
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Today we seem to be thinking of nothing but the rights of foreigners... My Lords. People of nationalities of other countries within the union of foreigners. I thank the noble Lord and I would like to asking him to protect the argument further about protecting the rights of UK citizens. What would he say to a UK citizen married to perhaps a German or Dutch national and now worried about the rights to remain and to work and to live in this country? That is exactly what the Prime Minister has said.
Western Morning News
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Despite a new survey showing two thirds of people support a 'soft' opt-out organ donation system, the government is directing resources to raising awareness of organ donation.Since the death of avid Honiton campaigner Kirstie Tancock, 27, who received two double lung transplants in her short life, public support has been flooding in to support Kirstie's Law which is calling for a new opt out system law in England. The Echo needs just 150 more people to pledge their support online to reach its...
The Northern Echo
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A CHARITY is appealing for volunteer drivers to help ensure people with dementia can be taken to and from a day centre.
BBC News 24
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Those given the high honour of admission to the United States should support this country and love its people and its values. We cannot allow a beachhead of terrorism to form inside America. We cannot allow our nation to become a sanctuary for extremists. Then the announcement the Republicans were waiting for.
TIME - Top Stories
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MintPress News
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At the same time, my Administration has answered the pleas of the American people for immigration enforcement and border security. By finally enforcing our immigration laws, we will raise wages, help the unemployed, save billions of dollars, and make our communities safer for everyone. We want all Americans to succeed –- but that can't happen in an environment of lawless chaos. We must restore integrity and the rule of law to our borders. For that reason, we will soon begin the construction of a great wall along our southern border. It will be started ahead of schedule and, when finished, it will be a very effective weapon against drugs and crime. As we speak, we are removing gang members, drug dealers and criminals that threaten our communities and prey on our citizens. Bad ones are going out as I speak tonight and as I have promised. To any in Congress who do not believe we should enforce our laws, I would ask you this question: what would you say to the American family that loses their jobs, their income, or a loved one, because America refused to uphold its laws and defend its borders? Our obligation is to serve, protect, and defend the citizens of the United States.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Nottingham Evening Post
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A man has been jailed after he bombarded his ex-partner with messages when she ended the relationship.Scott Lander, 24, of Dulverton Vale, Aspley, threatened to kill her, get people to damage the house and pay some men to come round and rape her.Nottingham Crown Court was told he left her voicemails, sent text and WhatsApp messages on February 6.Lander was arrested and initially denied he sent them, despite his voicemails being played back to him.Read more: Deaf drug dealer is 'lucky...
Sky News
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Unless you want to risk... If you are not going to think about other people, think about yourself may be. You are not paying attention, using a phone while driving, it means you are not paying attention. So you could hurt, kill yourself. If you are only thinking about yourself, think about that. Mobile phones, we know we know -- we all need them, I need my GPS, cannot have without it, because I am always getting lost, when I have a seizure, do one of my wandering off, need to call someone to say can you come get me, I do not know where I am, it is midnight, stopped like that.
PC Pro
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Vaughn Highfield 11 min 14 sec ago Nintendo Switch Price when reviewed 179.99 To understand the Nintendo Switch you first have to understand Nintendo. It’s the culmination of over thirty years of Nintendo’s gaming hardware know-how. Ever since the Nintendo Entertainment System entered Japanese homes in 1983, the aim has been to entertain families, bring people together and show that video games can bring the world happiness. That idea has been Nintendo’s mantra in everything it’s ever produced. It’s all about creating a sense of joy and wonder; it’s about transporting you back to your youth – or if you’re still youthful – showing you that life isnt always about being serious. All those feelings have been distilled down into the Nintendo Switch. The moment you hold the it in your hands, turn it on and hear that chime for the first time – and every time – you can’t help but smile.
Collective Evolution
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The Siberian permafrost has been a massive freezer for everything buried within it for hundreds of thousands of years. But global warming has provoked an alarming defrost of the tundra. “Permafrost is a silent ticking time bomb,” explains Robert Spencer, an environmental scientist at Florida State University, because as it thaws, the dirt can release bacteria, carbon, methane, viruses, and more . Huge holes have even begun appearing seemingly out of the blue, and in other places, the tundra is bubbling beneath people's feet. Now, new research has revealed that one of the permafrost's biggest craters in the region, which is referred to by the local Yakutian people as the doorway to the underworld , is growing so quickly that it's exposing forests, carcasses, and up to 200,000 years of historical climate records. It's called the Batagaika crater, which is a megaslump or thermokarst.
ScienceDaily
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Sky News
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And, you just, do not take your license for granted, I do want to know why he did it, because my life has gone down the drain. What would you say to people who will be watching this afternoon, be very upset on your behalf about what has happened to you, but might still get in the car tonight and use their phone at the wheel? Do not do it.
Sky News
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Because he fancied a chat while he was driving. People who can drive the need to know how lucky they are, I would love to be able to drive, you can go anywhere, do anything you want to do.
BBC Parliament
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Since Brexit. This Home Secretary... Would he agreed that what we have heard this afternoon, the inflaming of the fears of these people has come from one side? I would not agree for one moment.
Sky News
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Extremely light interfering, because I cannot remember things, or getting lost the whole time, cannot recognise people, it is humiliating -- life interfering. You wanted to be a set, talk to us about that dream. I cannot be a veterinarian, I love animals, always wanted to work with them.
Voice Of America
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Opposing sides in the fight for control of Aleppo committed war crimes, according to a new United Nations report. The U.N.'s latest report on the six-year conflict said the Syrian government's aerial bombing and strafing of a humanitarian convoy that killed 14 aid workers and halted relief operations were among the war crimes that were committed. Syrian and Russian forces executed indiscriminate "daily air strikes" using cluster munitions on the rebel-held eastern part of Aleppo between July and the and the fall of the city in late December, the report said. Hundreds of people were killed and hospitals destroyed, amounting to the war crime of indiscriminate attacks. Was Russia involved? U.N. investigators could not determine if both Syrian and Russian forces were involved in the Aleppo attacks because they jointly controlled their air space over the area "throughout the period under review.
BBC Parliament
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--- of these are not spurious fears. Even though you are a liberal Democrat cannot have it both ways. You can either give priority to people who are living here that we want to give priority to all you are not. This amendment does that, it gives priority to EU citizens here as against British citizens sitting elsewhere. You cannot against British citizens sitting in Germany who wrote to me recently, one of them are pretty sits on the other German.
West Briton
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Two drunk people have fallen into the Truro river and got completely stuck in the mud, sparking a major rescue effort. The pair were spotted in the mud at low tide this afternoon outside the Cornish Mutual office in Newham and people left their offices to see the rescue effort unfold. Video above: Greg Martin They were trapped in the mud for at least 45 minutes and unable to climb out, according to police. Staff at Cornish Mutual tried to help and one threw them a life ring. Read more:...
Bit Tech Forums
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Howdy Bit-Techies :), I'm after some advice having gone from a small 3bed house which was just about covered by my Apple Airport to a large house 2.5x the size of my old one which is killing the airport in terms of wifi coverage and speed also would like some wifi in the garden which is a no no at the moment lol. I've done my useall googling but want to make sure what I've short listed will do the job and also up for some recomendations of experience people have had. Options 1. Google Wifi (3 pack for the extra coverage or more if needed) 2. Netgear Orbi (similar situation as above) 3. Existing airport extreme & add express stations to boost the signal. 4. Standard router plus some access points (cheapest option I guess) So which of the above will give the best results, also if this helps it'll all be tied into some home automation, nest & Hue devices will be dotted around. Cheers in advance guys :)
Sky News
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The other piece of information release was the CCTV of two witnesses that the police to want to question. These are not new witnesses, they were identified through still photographs which were released in recent weeks just like other people in the area. The second that Jason may have been spoken to, these two people still have to be found in the police believe they may have important information relating to the inquiry.
Forbes
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Camille interviewed with her hiring manager Lou, who said "I only hire people I would have a beer with." What does this mean for Camille?
BBC Parliament
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That cannot be right. This issue is causing huge anxiety to millions of people and it is in the power of the government to resolve it by stating their evidence that CSA C will not be a requirement that you citizens to gain permanent residents.
BBC Parliament
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Thirdly, what procedure does the government envisaged by which EU citizens in government envisaged by which EU the applications and it requires documentation which in many cases EU citizens will not have because they've have never needed it or had any expectation of needing it. Fourth, what does the government intend to be the qualifying date for the rights it does when EU citizens? With green the date of withdrawal as it was in the case for Greenland's exit, or does the government intend some of the date? People need to know the government's intentions.