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British Airways said that a 'small number' of short-haul flights from Heathrow Airport would be merged, resulting in one percent of its total schedule being cancelled due to the pay row.
Techradar
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South China Morning Post
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Now that everyone has a camera in his or her pocket, and the ability to present the whole planet with a fresh snap every few seconds, we seem to be living in a kaleidoscope of ill-composed and ill-exposed images. In the days of film, we were more conservative, each press of the shutter being carefully considered. Carrying a camera was a conscious decision and principally for holidays, maybe resulting in a slide show for friends upon return. Perhaps its time to become more reticent again...
BBC Parliament
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House, when it was backbench business that came under enormous pressure, resulting in a debate that had to be abandoned or drastically curtailed, which was understandably immense frustration to the backbenchers who had altered their arrangements so they were in their places to participate in the debate.
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"Europe must do more to help refugees and migrants, dying of cold," according to the UNHCR. As Europe is experiencing some of the lowest temperatures in decades, it is calling on European governments to save refugees, instead of rejecting them. The UN's refugee agency has reported several deaths resulting from the harsh conditions, as migrants try to enter or travel across Europe. Images of migrants queuing for food in snowy Belgrade have made many people recall scenes from WWII. In Greece and Serbia, hundreds of people are living unheated tents or sleeping rough on unofficial sites. Under these conditions, children are particularly prone to respiratory illnesses, says UNICEF. In addition to all this, some refugees and migrants say police have subjected them to violence or that they have had their clothes confiscated. What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.
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BBC One Scotland
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A great savings bank. Today it is closing its stores at his remaining three branches with 70 jobs being lost. Deposits for 40,000 savers as safe and loans are being transferred to TSB. It is waning of the business after 182 years and is Britain's last independent savings bank. this closure because of the regulations resulting from the greed of the fat cats and London.
The Huffington Post
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The Huffington Post
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Friends said Roof complained that "blacks were taking over the world" and he vowed to start a race war. Dr. King understood that the belief in racial hierarchy created barriers to our country's capacity to fulfill the promise of our democratic ideals. It is time for us to fully eliminate this hierarchy of human value and jettison the antiquated concept. Only then can all of our children be embraced not because of the color of their skin or other physical characteristics, but by their innate essence, their humanity. Our country needs racial healing and a sustained effort to avert the racism that influences public and private systems, practices and policies. The racial healing can move us toward one another in a spirit of wholeness and love. A transformative, positive change can come from this shift in our individual and collective consciousness and the resulting actions we take on behalf of ourselves, our children and future generations of our human family.
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BBC One Scotland
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The Airdrie savings bank told staff it will close its doors at its remaining three branches with 70 jobs lost. Deposits for 40,000 savers are safe, loans will be transferred to TSB. It is winding up after 182 years and as Britain's last independent savings bank will Airdrie savings bank, many on a voluntary basis, have to face this closure because of the regulation resulting from the greed of the fat cats in London.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SCUNTHORPE man who was on holiday in Gambia a few weeks ago has spoken of his shock after the outgoing president refused to vacate his role resulting in thousands of holidaymakers being sent home. Thomas Cook plans to bring home 985 customers from package holidays over the next 48 hours. The country's president, Yahya Jammeh, was due to finish his term on Thursday following his defeat in the country's elections, but this has now been extended by 90 days by parliament. Brian Hopper, 74, form...
The Huffington Post
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A study finding that children with a Christian or Muslim upbringing were less altruistic than their non-religious counterparts made waves in 2015. However, new analysis of the data reveals that this is not actually the case. In the study, developmental psychologists looked at five- to twelve-year-olds in Canada, China, Jordan, Turkey, South Africa, and the United States. The children were given stickers and provided the opportunity to share them with peers who were not present. The number of stickers shared provided a quantifiable indicator of each child's altruism. After interpreting the resulting data, the study's authors concluded that children from religious families were less generous. However, new analysis shows that the original study failed to adequately control for the children's nationality. After correcting this error, the authors of a newly published paper found no relationship between religiosity and generosity.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SCUNTHORPE man who was on holiday in Gambia a few weeks ago has spoken of his shock after the outgoing president refused to vacate his role resulting in thousands of holidaymakers being sent home. Thomas Cook plans to bring home 985 customers from package holidays over the next 48 hours. The country's president, Yahya Jammeh, was due to finish his term on Thursday following his defeat in the country's elections, but this has now been extended by 90 days by parliament. Brian Hopper, 74, form...
Quick Sprout
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Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SCUNTHORPE man who was on holiday in Gambia a few weeks ago has spoken of his shock after the outgoing president refused to vacate his role resulting in thousands of holidaymakers being sent home. Thomas Cook plans to bring home 985 customers from package holidays over the next 48 hours. Man charged with murder at Great Oaks appears in courtThe country's president, Yahya Jammeh, was due to finish his term on Thursday following his defeat in the country's elections, but this has now been...
The Guardian - Music
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Nicolas Hodges (Wergo) Discs of Walter Zimmermann ’s works seem to come along every few years , providing reminders of what a quietly singular and enigmatic figure in contemporary European music he is. Nicolas Hodgescollection covers Zimmermann’s most recent piano pieces, all composed between 2001 and 2006. There are six works here, but easily the most substantial is Voces Abandonadas, a two-part cycle lasting almost 40 minutes that was inspired by the writings of the Italian-born Argentinian poet Antonio Porchia (1885-1968). Porchia’s aphorisms circulated widely in Argentina during the years of military dictatorship and were eventually published in Spain in 1982 as Voces Abandonadas. Zimmermann made sound representations of each of them, and these musicalsentences” – 514 altogether, rarely more than one bar long and composed, diary-like, over the course of a year – follow one another without breaks, sometimes resulting in stark contrasts of mood and style.
ScienceDaily
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