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of 1965. If it wasn't for President Kennedy having appointed his brother Bobby to the Attorney General, no previous administration had phoned the enforcement ability to bring these important statutes to life -- found the ability. It gives someone like me who dreams of working in that building behind me, the opportunity to go to law school and college and achieve the American dream so he means so much to me for what he was able to do to really free so many people of colour in the United States at.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Almost 40 drivers were caught using a mobile phone illegally in the first four weeks following a change in the law. From March 1, those who fall foul of the rules have faced receiving six points on their licence and a £200 fine - up from the previous penalty of three points and £100. A total of 38 drivers in Nottinghamshire were caught illegally using a mobile phone between March 1 and March 28. In Derbyshire, the figure was 71, and in Leicestershire it was 65. Calls for efforts...
BBC News 24
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we wanted to give to the state of the US military. In Iraq nearly 4,500 US soldiers have been killed since the US-led invasion of 2003. And the number of US military deaths in Afghanistan stands at over 2,000. And here's a look at how much the US - and some other countries spent on their military last year. The US committed $611 billion to military spending in 2016, 15 billion more than the previous year. China was quite a way behind the US, but still with a total of $215 billion. Then there's a big drop to Russia, which spent a total of $69.
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the T20 and develop a relationship that had got very cold under his predecessor Francois Hollande including after the bombing of Syria, the use of chemical weapons and the decision at that point in October to cancel a previous visit by Vladimir Putin to Paris. I was struck by something the Russian ambassador to Paris said ahead of the meeting. He seems to suggest he got Emmanuel Macron would be more flexible on the issue of Syria. You heard.
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David Bigwood, 46, (pictured), from Reading, Berkshire, was released on licence in June 2013 after serving five years in jail when he tracked down the woman who was one of his previous victims.
Bleacher Report
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It's down to two. The 2017 Stanley Cup Final begins Monday night in Pittsburgh. The host Penguins are looking to become the first team since the 1997-98 Detroit Red Wings to win back-to-back Stanley Cups, while the Nashville Predators are hoping to ride their franchise's first true wave of playoff success all the way to a championship. Pittsburgh's Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby go into the Final ranked one-two in the postseason scoring race. Both have been named playoff MVPs during the Penguins' previous title runs and both are looking to earn their third career Stanley Cups. It'll be fun to watch how the two powerhouse centers use their skill and savvy against the impressive Predators defense, but Malkin and Crosby are far from being the only intriguing elements in this series. Here's a look at the other X-factors that could influence the outcome of the Stanley Cup Final. Begin Slideshow
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you watch it the more you find in it. Which is another reason why if you saw it in the cinema and weren't crazy about it, it's worth watching again at home. It stands up on the small screen. OK, Mark. Thank you so much. You can find all of our previous programmes on the iPlayer. And also more online
West Briton
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Ever fancied travelling the world and drinking beer? Well now you can do both and get paid to do it - the only catch is you have to document your trip on social media. The intern role is being offered by World of Beers and could be a dream for ale enthusiasts. The role requires someone who doesn't mind travelling the world and hopping from brewery to brewery to explore beer for themselves and share their stories. One of the previous adverts for the intern job The company has been...
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BBC Parliament
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The election campaign was put on hold following the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday, but now campaigning has resumed, it is hardly surprisingly security is now a primary concern. The Labour Party has said it would recruit more intelligence officers and thousands more pulleys. Jeremy Corbyn speaking on ITV News said previous cuts have undermined security. It seems that the courts in police numbers have led.
Collective Evolution
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The study involved 292 residents who were within the spray zone that were recruited by a door-to-door survey of homes. This area was sprayed the most intensively and those recruited were visited ten weeks prior to the first aerial spraying. 62% of the original participants responded three months after the initial spraying and found that symptom complaints increased significantly following the aerial spraying, in particular: sleep problems, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, irritated throat, itchy nose, diarrhea, stomach discomfort, and gas discomfort . Analyses showed a significant increase in symptoms in those participants with a previous history of hay fever. The spraying is only supposed to take place over the span of a month so it's hard to say whether or not residents will be as affected as the people in New Zealand were.
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of adapted version of Midsummer Night's Dream with chaos theatre company about 2007. But that was my only previous experience of Shakespeare. The reason why now is because I was really surprised to be offered to audition and intrigued and scared. You know, I'm what.
Collective Evolution
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The study involved 292 residents who were within the spray zone that were recruited by a door-to-door survey of homes. This area was sprayed the most intensively and those recruited were visited ten weeks prior to the first aerial spraying. 62% of the original participants responded three months after the initial spraying and found that symptom complaints increased significantly following the aerial spraying, in particular: sleep problems, dizziness, difficulty concentrating, irritated throat, itchy nose, diarrhea, stomach discomfort, and gas discomfort . Analyses showed a significant increase in symptoms in those participants with a previous history of hay fever. The spraying is only supposed to take place over the span of a month so it's hard to say whether or not residents will be as affected as the people in New Zealand were.
BBC Parliament
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Jeremy Corbyn was suggesting we are responsible for what has happened. I don't think he is saying that at all. It is very clear that Jeremy Corbyn and I and everyone across this country recognises the only person that is responsible for what happened in Manchester this week was indeed that terrorist will. What Jeremy did say was that previous decisions around foreign policy have had an impact on the growth of terrorist organisations around the world
ScienceDaily
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Scientists have made another important advance in HIV vaccine design. The development was possible thanks to previous studies showing the structures of a protein on HIV’s surface, called the envelope glycoprotein. The scientists used these structures to design a mimic of the viral protein from a different HIV subtype, subtype C, which is responsible for the majority of infections worldwide.
Electronics Weekly
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A scheme to attract technologically talented immigrants has started to take off. 260 visas for exceptionally talented technologists were issued in the fiscal year to April 6th. The visas allow the holder to stay in the UK for five years and then apply to settle here if they want to. In the previous FY less ... Read full article: Exceptional talent visa scheme gains traction
Quick Sprout
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And it’s not rocket science. Endorse the skills of others, and there’s a good chance a considerable percentage of them will return the favor. I recommend starting with the people you’re closest to and have the tightest relationships with. This might include colleagues, team members, previous employers, and satisfied customers/clients. Look over the skills they list on their profiles, and add a few endorsements. Once they see you’ve made the effort to help them, many will be inclined to help you as well. If they know for a fact you’re adept at a particular skill, it shouldnt be any trouble for them to endorse you. And the beautiful thing is it’s easy to do. It’s not like it requires a major time commitment. Unlike personal recommendations that require someone to write a unique statement, an endorsement requires only a single click. It’s really no big deal.
Electronics Weekly
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A scheme to attract technologically talented immigrants has started to take off. 260 visas for exceptionally talented technologists were issued in the fiscal year to April 6th. The visas allow the holder to stay in the UK for five years and then apply to settle here if they want to. In the previous FY less ... Read full article: Exceptional talent visa scheme takes off
Nottingham Evening Post
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Wouldn't it be great to discover your children have £1,000 sitting in a bank account you never even knew existed?It could be possible, thanks to a previous government.The last Labour Government introduced the Child Trust Fund account, where parents were given £250 to save for their child, and a further £250 on their seventh birthday.Children from low income families received double payments - so there could be £1,000 sitting pretty in a bank account somewhere, according...
Futurism
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Here Comes the Sun The Beatles may have well predicted the future for their mother country as the Sun now shines bright in the United Kingdom. According to the National Grid , almost 25 percent of Great Britain's electricity demand was served by solar at midday Friday. The clean energy source generated 8.7 gigawatts, which is more than the previous record set on May 10, when solar generated 8.48 gigawatts. #Solar has just broken another record in Great Britain, providing 8.7 GW (24.3% of demand) pic.twitter.com/yNreEqgd7cNG Control Room (@NGControlRoom) May 26, 2017 “We now have significant volumes of renewable energy on the system, and as this trend continues, our ability to forecast these patterns is becoming more and more important, Duncan Burt, who oversees the National Grid's control room operations, told the Independent . “This is a colossal achievement .