Sky News
3 hours
He's decided he doesn't want to put himself through that process. Rather than come here he is having a premiere in London on Sunday. The people that represent him, UTA, have decided to hold a rally.
Sky News
4 hours
If there is a reason why they are not claiming compensation, it is not because they are lazy, it is because it is too difficult. If you look on the websites of the rail companies and ask at the ticket offices, it is quite conflicts and one of the big problems is the process can be different between rail companies and people are not the familiar.
Sky News
4 hours
We are yet to see advice from the rail companies on what new compensation passengers will be allowed to get and how they can claim for it. You said it comes up every couple of months and years. In a matter of if the process is a little bit complex, and you said people don't bother. Is the onus not on us as customers to do that? I think people don't turn down money.
BBC News 24
9 hours
The Government just... The Lords knows its constitutional limits, it also knows its constitutional duty and powers, which are to scrutinise, to call the Government to account and, if amendments are passed, to ask the Commons, hopefully with a rather persuasive voice, to look again, to think again. Are you saying that if the Commons reject any Lords amendments then you will give in at that stage? I can't predict what is going to happen in the process.
BBC News 24
9 hours
I've got a nasty suspicion that this is all part of the Liberal Democrats' attempt to refight the referendum, to delay the whole process, to stop it happening because they didn't agree with the result. Well, this is true, isn't it? You didn't agree. I'm sure the crossbenchers who are among the Leavers. Lord Pannick is no Liberal Democrat, as you know.
BBC News 24
9 hours
That's not what the groups representing Brits in other EU countries believe. They believe it's important to kick-start the process, to have a catalyst by the UK Government taking the first move.
BBC News 24
9 hours
And I think that this bill requires amendment and it requires amendment in particular to ensure parliamentary sovereignty as the process of withdrawal occurs over the next two years. One has to ask why those who base their arguments for Brexit on the will of the people are now opposed to consulting the people on the outcome of the negotiations.
BBC News 24
9 hours
I welcome the constructive tone we have heard from the opposition that they will not seek to frustrate this process while of course undertaking the scrutiny role we are here to perform. We will not be threatened into not fulfilling our normal constitutional role. And neither will we be goaded into acting irresponsibly.
BBC News 24
9 hours
In a very unusual move, the Prime Minister Theresa May went to the Upper Chamber to listen to the start of the debate. It was the second reading of the EU Notification of Withdrawal Bill. Technically that means a general discussion on the principles of the Bill. of that withdrawal process.
BBC News 24
9 hours
.. Let he who is without sin cast the first stone. All right? But first, the bill authorising the Government to start the formal process for leaving the EU has been approved by the Commons. Now it's the turn of the House of Lords to chew over the legislation. In a marathon debate over two days, there were 184 speakers. To add to the sense of occasion, there was a surprise visitor in the Lords.
BBC News 24
9 hours
Banned were CNN, BBC, the New York Times, and others. The associated press were allowed in but did not go in in process. But this is a very extremely worrying development. What remains to be seen at this point is whether it sets a precedent and will see more of this. When we listen to Donald Trump and others from his administration, they do seem very personally upset by some of the media coverage.
BBC News 24
10 hours
Instead our governments have created these extraordinary technologies to enforce those borders. So I guess I wish people would dwell on that gullible bit. Germany is one country that has gullible bit. Germany is one country process.
BBC News 24
11 hours
Even the precursor is a very toxic. So it really means that someone who really knew what they were doing manufactured this VX that was used in Malaysia. So it was unlikely that somebody was doing in their kitchen or any kind of informal capacity? They could try it, but they would probably kill themselves in the process. I see. It is so harmful. One tiny drop could kill, and Has it been, do you know? We still don't know whether or not it was pure VX that was used.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
The Government just... The Lords knows its constitutional limits, it also knows its constitutional duty and powers, which are to scrutinise, to call the Government to account and, if amendments are passed, to ask the Commons, hopefully with a rather persuasive voice, to look again, to think again. Are you saying that if the Commons reject any Lords amendments then you will give in at that stage? I can't predict what is going to happen in the process.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
I've got a nasty suspicion that this is all part of the Liberal Democrats' attempt to refight the referendum, to delay the whole process, to stop it happening because they didn't agree with the result. Well, this is true, isn't it? You didn't agree. I'm sure the crossbenchers who are among the Leavers. Lord Pannick is no Liberal Democrat, as you know.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
That's not what the groups representing Brits in other EU countries believe. They believe it's important to kick-start the process, to have a catalyst by the UK Government taking the first move. It's perfectly reasonable for the other EU countries to say that everything has to be actually negotiated under the same umbrella.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
This House should be urging a rethink on this whole project. This House should be saying, not in our name. Lord Pannick is the lawyer who led the Brexit case against the Government in the Supreme Court. It's for us to scrutinise a bill enormous importance to the future of this country. And I think that this bill requires amendment and it requires amendment in particular to ensure parliamentary sovereignty as the process of withdrawal occurs over the next two years.
BBC Parliament
12 hours
The Government is determined to trigger Article 50 by the 31st of March in order to deliver on the decision of the British people, the bill before us is a procedural part of that withdrawal process. I welcome the constructive tone we have heard from the opposition that they will not seek to frustrate this process while of course undertaking the scrutiny role we are here to perform.
Associated Press
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Associated Press
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BBC News 24
14 hours
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Collective Evolution
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Microsoft TechNet
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TIME - Top Stories
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A full night of sleep rejuvenates you in a way that even the worlds strongest cup of coffee never could. In a recent deep dive for TIME, we found that sleep also helps you age more slowly . Mounting evidence suggests that the benefits brought on by adequate sleepincluding eased-up levels of inflammationare impressive enough to help steel the body against the aging process. Heres what else grabbed our attention in health this week. How to lose weight and keep it off Most people gain weight back after losing it. But this trick , involving phone calls and a bit of reflection, can really help. These high-tech hacks could help slow aging Here are five ways Silicon Valley is trying to hack its way to a much (much, much) longer life. President Trump vowed to solve the opioid crisis. He needs to fix this problem first The cost of a critical antidote, naloxone, is soaring .