Plymouth Herald
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But in particular terms, it's going to make more patients realise that when they come in for their particular treatment, they can't have it on time, or indeed in some cases it's not available at all. So it is individual patients who feel the brunt of this if our doctors decide there is no longer a future in this country. Barclay's has reported a 182% rise in annual profits.
Forbes
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Dallas Mavericks guard Deron Williams has made over $142 million in his NBA career, but Thursday's trade deadline could bring him back to where it all began. Williams has been rumored to be making a return to the team that drafted him in the Utah Jazz and that could become a reality this afternoon.
Sky News
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What about later? Snow warnings expire at 6pm. The wind warnings expire at 8p. A completely different night and day tomorrow, much quieter with some sunshine. Banks. The Home Office says it can't confirm whether a Guantanamo Bay detainee reported to have carried out a suicide bombing in Iraq was paid compensation by the Government.
The Sun Daily
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KUALA LUMPUR: A top officer (director) of the Perak Immigration Department (PID) and three others were nabbed by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today for allegedly soliciting bribes from operators of entertainment centres and massage parlours in the state. The 57-year-old who is a senior official of the PID was held about 5am in Meru, Ipoh allegedly received thousands of ringgit from the operators as an inducement not to act on foreign women who did not possess travel documents or work permits but were employed as guest relations officers and masseurs at the centres. The suspect had reported for duty in his new position at the PID about a month ago. Earlier at about 12.30am, the MACC team nabbed two businessmen, both aged 30 and a mechanic aged 26 who are said to be linked to the case at a house in Ipoh. Sources said the three suspects are allegedly the "go-betweens" who managed the handover of bribes to the main suspect and members of other enforcement agencies.
BBC Parliament
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I am sure that she is not trying to encourage me to break the law and reveal details about compensation! It is reported that around £20 million has been paid to form a one-time obey detainees, 16 in number.
RT
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Sky News
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We know the individual was subject to monitoring after 2004, was he subject to monitoring between 2010, when the compensation payments are reported to have been made, and which case there are legitimate questions that this house to pursue.
BBC Parliament
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I think it is important that we recognise that that is why some of these claims at be paid out. And that is why in outrageous sums of money that is reported, this government and the Coalition government, brought forward the consolidated guidance, David Cameron brought forward, to make sure that our intelligence services act within the law and make sure that they get the full support of the law in order to do their job and that is also why we brought forward the Justice be put to rest if they are found to be false.
Sky News
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We know he was released from Guantánamo Bay in 2004 and it's reported he received a payment from the government after concerned about defending the case he took would lead to the revelation of intelligence and compromising national security. The former reviewer of counterterrorism has provided an formation about this case, so has the former Home Secretary.
Plymouth Herald
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Traffic jams on Outland Road this morning have been caused by pipes on the road, reports traffic website Inrix.At 9,32am the website reported that stray pipes had left the A386 Outland Road partially blocked, around A38 The Parkway / B3250 Mannamead Road / St Peters Road at Manadon Roundabout.It is not currently clear where the pipes have come from, or what type of pipes they are - but they're probably not the kind pictured above.Visit our Live News Blog for the latest news and travel...
Sky News
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Yvette Cooper. It's reported that several others have been killed. If these reports are correct it was a deeply dangerous man involved in the worst kind of extremism and terrorism that I'm sure would be widely condemned on all sides of this house. We know he was released from Guantánamo on all sides of this house.
BBC Parliament
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Yvette Cooper. Mr Speaker, it is reported that Jamal al-Harith has died in a suicide attack in Mosul and in doing so has killed many others in an extremist regime. If these reports are accurate, he is a dangerous man involved in extremism and should be condemned from all accounts.
KyivPost
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Western Daily Press
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The met office has reported that Storm Doris has become a 'weather bomb'. The process, known as Explosive Gyclogenisis, applies to a very rapid drop in pressure within a weather system and means the storm has become even more powerful and potentially dangerous. The Met Office warned on twitter: Storm Doris has rapidly deepened over the last 24 hours as it has undergone what we call Explosive Cyclogenisis making it a Weather Bomb. The Met Office says a 'weather bomb' is not a...
Bleacher Report
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04. Manchester City are eight points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea , and it is defensive problems that appear to have made the difference this season. They have conceded 29 league goals in 25 matches 11 more than Chelsea, whose goals-for record is only one better than City's 51. As a result, Bravo's position is under threat. He has not featured in any of the last three Premier League games and was on the bench for City's 5-3 victory over AS Monaco in the Champions League on Tuesday, but as recently as Feb. 10, Guardiola referred to the Chilean as " one of the best in the world," per Luke Edwards for the Telegraph . Nevertheless, Guardiola's reported interest in Handanovic, who has made 162 appearances for Inter since signing for the club in 2012, suggests the club are now considering replacing their No. 1. Unfortunately for England's Hart, who is on a season-long loan at Serie A side Torino , this would suggest a second chance will not be forthcoming.
The Iran Project
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Politico
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The Sun Daily - World News
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MAJURO, Marshall Islands: A helicopter pilot scanning remote northern Pacific waters for tuna was stunned to find not one but two boats carrying castaways who had been adrift for weeks, it was reported Thursday. The pilot, operating the chopper from a trawler off the Marshall Islands, came across the boats by chance last week, leading to the rescue of three fishermen and a teenage boy, the Marshall Islands Journal reported. It said both boats had set off from Kiribati, about 650km away. The one with three fishermen aboard had been adrift for 28 days, while the lone 14-year-old in the other had been lost for 11 days. Ocean currents had brought both boats within eight kilometres of each other but they were unaware of the other's existence until they were spotted and rescued. The trawler Kwila888 picked up the drifters and cut short its tuna fishing trip to drop them in the Marshalls' capital Majuro last weekend, the Journal reported.
Daily Mail - Markets
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In early deals the FTSE 100 was little changed at 7,300.6 - having closed at 7302.25 yesterday as Lloyds reported its highest annual profit in a decade and Unilever promised a far-reaching review.
The Economic Times
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Barclays shares rose more than 3 per cent after the British bank reported a surprise increase in its core capital ratio as it took advantage of its rising profits.
Plymouth Herald
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Traffic jams on Outland Road this morning have been caused by pipes on the road, reports traffic website Inrix.At 9,32am the website reported that stray pipes had left the A386 Outland Road partially blocked, around A38 The Parkway / B3250 Mannamead Road / St Peters Road at Manadon Roundabout.It is not currently clear where the pipes have come from, or what type of pipes they are - but they're probably not the kind pictured above.Visit our Live News Blog for the latest news and travel...
The Sun Daily
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Variety
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