Manchester Evening News
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Plymouth Herald
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Voice Of America
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Pro-immigrant groups are mobilizing to get ahead of expecteed Trump administration orders regarding immigration and refugees. Trump supporters say the Obama administration went too far, and the new president's plans will restore the status quo. VOA's Carolyn Presutti has the story through the eyes of a Syrian refugee.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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PERMISSION has been granted to build a £40m hotel and apartment block at the site of a derelict hotel – despite major concerns over the shortage of car parking spaces.
Al Jazeera
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Sunderland Echo
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Road users, businesses and neighbours are being asked for their views on the proposed new multi-million junction on the A19 at Testo's.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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THE owners of a garage that would be demolished if plans for a block of 18 flats are approved have spoken out over the issue.
SPACE.com
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PBS plans to air at least three unique space-related programs this year, the network announced on Sunday. The shows spotlight August's solar eclipse that will sweep across the United States, the American astronaut who spent a year in space and our species
Daily Star - Football
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Sputnik International
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South China Morning Post
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Chinas central government plans steps that will reduce the influence local governments have on economic statistics, according to a person familiar with the matter. The National Bureau of Statistics will move its teams out of joint offices they share with regional counterparts around the country and shift into separate facilities, said the person, who asked not to be identified because they arent authorised to speak publicly. The plans also call for national statistics...
Bristol Post
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Two city MPs have put their names to a letter demanding the Prime Minister backtrack on plans for a hard Brexit.Both Labour's Kerry McCarthy, MP for Bristol East, and Thangam Debbonaire, MP for Bristol West and a whip, have joined with 42 other members of their parliamentary party in chastising Theresa May for confirming that she wanted to pull Britain out of the European single market and that she is even prepared to walk away with no deal at all.The Conservative leader told...
Bristol Post
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The return of a music festival to the Downs isn't music to the ears of everyone.Some residents near the Sea Walls site felt 2016's Massive Attack event was far too loud and appealed to the Downs Committee to reject an application to hold a follow-up this year. But the committee gave its backing to the new event plans during a meeting held at City Hall yesterday, despite those who live near the site airing their frustrations. Resident Chris Lewis said: I sat there, last year, with my...
Plymouth Herald
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NPR
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Autocar
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"My new position is one of those American term," Ecclestone continued. "It's something like an honorary president. I have this title now, even though I don't know what it means." It is not yet known if Ecclestone, who entered two Grand Prix races himself back in 1958, has sold his final 5% share of the sport. He’s estimated to be worth nearly £2.5bn. Ecclestone also told Auto, Motor und Sport that he doesn't expect to keep his seat on the World Motor Sport Council. "I doubt it," he told the magazine. "First of all, I have to talk to [FIA president] Jean Todt about this." The new owner of F1, Liberty Media, plans to make drastic changes to the sport in order to broaden its appeal. It intends to sell shares to F1 teams, expand into new media formats and even adjust the structure of race weekends to attract new viewers.
21stCenturyWire
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South China Morning Post
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We have a strong US dollar. Were getting killed worldwide, said Donald Trump back in March 2016, but an even higher dollar may be precisely what the currency markets deliver. Given the nature of President Trumps policies to make America great again, the only way for the greenback may be up. Trumps loose fiscal policy settings, needed to finance his spending plans, combined with a gradual tightening of monetary policy by the Federal Reserve, will...
ITV
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uk. Lounge onto a flight that suits you at a time that suits you. Huh. No-one tells you how to travel. Then lounge onto the beach of your dreams. Even our payment plans are laid back. Lounge on, beach lover. ATOL protected. # music starts # I'm strutting up to the kitchen # Whipping up to a rhythm # And the mission is cooking up # Something that we've been missing # Listen, you hear that sizzling? # A whiff of what's in the mix # I'm fixing has got us grinning # While we're licking our lips like.
The Guardian
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Windows Blog
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Ashford Herald
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The National Grid plans to shut part of the A20 overnight next week to move a 318 tonne house-sized electricity transformer from Sellindge to Dover.The busy A-road will be shut from the York Street Roundabout in Dover to the B2011 junction from midnight to 6am on February 4.The 87-metre vehicle travels at a sluggish 12mph and needs the help of two trucks at the back and front to propel it.What route is the transformer taking?According to the National Grid, The transformer will travel along...
MacRumors
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Ars Technica
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The release of iOS 10.2.1 clears the deck for betas of iOS 10.3, which is likely to be the final major revision to iOS 10 before work begins in earnest on iOS 11. We don't know much about what Apple plans to include in this next update, but older rumors suggest that it may renew focus on the iPad in advance of some new tablet launches in the spring. Hope also springs eternal about a dark mode for iOS. Read on Ars Technica | Comments