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DELIGHTED onlookers cheered as the first vehicle to cross Eastham Bridge since it collapsed last May made its way over the new structure.
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Harry Styles opened up about his thoughts on equality [BBC] And now the 23 year old has shared some of his core values in an interview with French TV show, Quotidan. The performer was asked a series of questions about Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, when he revealed that he did not talk about politics in public. As a result, the host Yann Barthès then quipped: "But you're in favour of equality: men, woman, gay people, ...
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really quite thrilled that we have now a proper picture of a young man who was on the cusp of life, and about whom I knew very little. Online records held by the RAF and recently made public, helped the research
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According to the document, the stake's value was 70 million. The boards of Formula One and the FIA approved the agreement, but Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One's chief executive, and John Todd, the FIA's president, publicised the deal but the details and cash lump sum were not made public
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as exploitation around other types of work, including guttering, roof work. The police say they are very keen to get the message across to the general public that more than the take many forms. It is not about people being smuggled into the country and.
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Last year, the charity Mencap revealed that almost a third of people who responded to their survey had suffered abuse from members of the public at a music gig. But yesterday's event was a first that many said they'd be keen to repeat. Sarah Bishop reports. On a scale of one to ten, how excited are you?.
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the public highways." The hearing was told that two groups of people had travelled from Wakefield and Barnsley to use a stretch of the A6201 for racing as spectators watched on but also on the.
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before the general election. In Leeds, a city waiting for the new policy. It regularly breaches emission thresholds. You can really smell the fumes and it makes it unpleasant. If we could remove more traffic from the city centre by improving public.
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the public saw him acting suspiciously late at night in the streets nearby. They called the police, and when police arrived, Zahid Hussain tried to run away. They arrested him and found a knife and a crowbar and instructions on how to make explosives
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PUTRAJAYA: WhatsApp group administrators must ensure no malicious content is spread in their group chats which could potentially affect the nation's stability. Communications and Multimedia Deputy Minister Datuk Jailani Johari said currently the government has no plans to draft a new law to penalise WhatsApp administrators, but stressed that information which jeopardise harmony should not be spread. "As it is, the current laws still prevail, we have the Communications and Multimedia Act, Sedition Act, Defamation Act and the Penal Code. "They (public) should not place the responsibility solely on the government. So as an administrator, they have to manage their WhatsApp groups and implement its due diligence," Jailani said after launching the E-Commerce Delivery Symposium and Awards 2017 at the Marriot Hotel here. He said his ministry, together with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) have implemented many programmes to educate the public, especially those who manage chat groups to have a sense of responsibility with regards to the content shared.
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Petty corruption on decline; bribe paid as low as Rs 10According to CMS-Indian Corruption Study (CMS-ICS) 2017, around one-third of the households experienced corruption in public services at least once during the last one year.
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Robert Kardashian believed O.J. Simpson was guilty of double murder — but defended him anyway! Caitlyn Jenner dropped the bomb in her blockbuster new memoir, “The Secrets of My Life.” According to Caitlyn, in the late90s — after O.J.’s initial murder acquittal and later manslaughter conviction in a civil trial — she was in a car with Robert when the lawyer said: “I would’ve been OK with it if they had gotten him [O.J.] in the first trial.” Caitlyn wrote: “The implication was obvious that he believed O.J. was guilty,”adding, “I believe he got away with two savage murders.”Caitlyn claimed she despised O.J. from the beginning. O.J. was a “monster,” she wrote.Still, she claimed Robert’s daughters, Kourtney and Kim, believed O.J. was innocent and took their father’s public opinion.But now, insiders said, the Kardashians are furious about being dragged back into the scandal.“Kris is beyond angry and has lost all respect that she had for Caitlyn,” a source told Radar.
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According to CMS-Indian Corruption Study (CMS-ICS) 2017, around one-third of the households experienced corruption in public services at least once during the last one year.
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when you have a legal obligation, and a court order, to do something as important as protect the public health, by cleaning up the air, politics does not come into it. The Government is considering whether to appeal. Whatever it does, the court's ruling will eventually have an impact.
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WeedMD (CVE:WMD) got off to a good start on the TSX Venture Exchange today, volume reaching 2.7 million shares during morning trade at prices from $0.83 to $1.29. That range gives the company a market capitalization north of $50 million. It’s a strong debut that has been some years in the making. Private capital has backed the company to this stage in its young life, enabling it to obtain approval from Health Canada in April 2016 for the start of cultivation at its 26,000 square feet of growing space in Aylmer, Ontario. The next major milestone should be receipt of a license to sell dried cannabis, expected this spring or early summer. With some 300 kg of product in the vault awaiting the green light for shipping, and existing capacity to produce over 1,300 kg per annum, the company stands to see revenue build up quickly as full commercialization gets underway.
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Minujín chose the Parthenon —one of the great structures of Ancient Greece—for its continuing symbolism of the enduring power of democracy throughout the ages. When it comes to materials, she using a list of 100,000 books that have been, or still are, banned in countries across the world, going all the way back to the year 1500. You can browse that list here , but for less eye-strain, try this shorter list of 170 or so titles. New titles can be suggested for the project here . Some of the books that have been banned over the years include Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince (banned in Argentina), Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (banned in China), and Norman Mailer’s The Naked and the Dead (banned in Canada). Minujín constructed a similar Parthenon in 1983 after the fall of her country’s dictatorship. The original El Partenón de libro s featured the books that the former government had banned, and, at the end of the installation, Minujín let the public take what they wanted home.
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A man who dragged his pet puppy on a lead through a cemetery, stripping the skin off its paws, before attacking it, has been given a suspended jail sentence.Liam Smith (22), of Tuckers Road, Loughborough, was seen by staff at the town's cemetery in Leicester Road, swearing at the animal as he dragged it yelping and screaming along the road.They intervened and were sworn at by Smith. Later a woman walking her own dog tried to grab the puppy and then called the police. Members of the public...