BBC News 24
19 minutes
Hear, hear! The by-election was caused when the previous MP Tristram Hunt decided to stand down from Parliament to run the Victoria and Albert Museum. And that's it from me for now, but do join Keith Macdougall at the same time tomorrow for another round-up of the best of the day here at Westminster, but until then, from me, Alicia McCarthy, goodbye.
Sky News
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BBC News 24
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I believe that there would be some transient impact only in the short run. However, in the medium and long run, there would be the informal and formal economy. Therefore, India's GDP could become even bigger. That was the Finance see on the economy, particularly in these fourth-quarter figures? Well, the figures that will be released later today will actually give us a clear indication as to what has been the impact of this exercise, because these figures are for the months of October to December, 2016.
Sky News
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BBC News 24
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In the run up to the referendum there was a survey done which showed that people do trust academics. Our ratings were at the level of 57 to 60% and that they trust organisations like the ONS because it gives them fact.
ITV4
3 hours
Superb defensive reactions here. Rudy. Into Zuber. Always likes to a shot is deflected. It was Howedes I think in the way. Terrazzino. A determined run from him. Just run it right. Still a test, though, and Bicakcic unleashes a wild one.
BBC News 24
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At least in macro affairs. Since then I have had to refine some of my work, so there are domains where we have experts, we need experts, 99% of the people you will run into tomorrow through evening will be experts, the driver will be an expert at driving, the baker and expert at making bread.
Sky News
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The UKIP Battle Royale will run. Every Nigel Farage attack on the elite and the establishment, he is a fraud. Noun desiring to be served knight. -- sir. He should shut up about this, he is making a fool of himself. Know he is not.
Sky News
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BBC One London
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That is his signature tune, Jamie Vardy running on your shoulder and you've got to do your best. He should not have been put in that position. Then you question the manager because Jamie Vardy is running free. Lucas just does not want to play. Look at this, Okazaki making the run.
BBC Two England
4 hours
Since then I have had to refine some of my work, so there are domains where we have experts, we need experts, 99% of the people you will run into tomorrow through evening will be experts, the driver will be an expert at driving, the baker and expert at making bread.
ITV
4 hours
Back in the lab, Mark knows that public acceptance will be key to his technology success. I want you to admittedly far from now, far away, where those two can coexist. It won't happen straightaway. But lab grown meat is on its way to our plates. The smallest burger ever, a bargain at 10 grand. Still, interesting stuff. If Leicester City fans were worried about what life would be like after the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri, the answer, tonight at least, seemed to be rather like it was during their amazing Premier League title run last season.
Sky News
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They will buy some business from us. I think it is a waste of money whether he is... He is cutting international aid and he cannot stand it. You can make stability in countries without aid, and to would be good for America in the long run.
BBC Two England
4 hours
That's not the way to run a negotiation. When you look at the rhetoric used, John Redwood saying there will be no economic damage. Boris saying countries will be queueing up to be our trade partners.
BBC One East
5 hours
The couple moved to Stowmarket from London ten years ago. 65-year-old Mr Pitkin, a carpenter, converted the building, creating a tearoom that used to be run by his wife. This, the couple at its opening in 2009. Their bodies were discovered when police arrived yesterday afternoon.
BBC One Yorkshire
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The other Ritz has so far declined to comment on the situation, but thousands of people have signed a petition to save the name for Brighouse. Danni Hewson, BBC Look North. It's ten years since 75-year-old Bill Hendry was killed by a hit-and-run driver while he was out walking his dog.
Sky News
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I do not know what happened. My dad had earphones in and I remember screaming run, we need to run. And grabbing my hand. We were running to the hotel, the gates were ready to be close, and I think they were trained to get as many people and as they could.
Sky News
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I could just see a wave of people and obviously, she was in the water so I spot Shelley and then the engagement ring was in the back so I made sure I got the bad and Shelley and there was a Alain that went from our beach area to the hotel gates. They told us to run up into this street, and went into the shop, and the shutters were down, we cannot go in there.
Sky News
6 hours
That was the first thing I thought straightaway. Shorting. I heard the gunshot. My stomach was lurching. I think I was trying to compose myself. For what was about to happen. And then, a Tunisian man ran towards me and he said get down and run for your life. SHOUTING.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
They should know where the best run and the worst run hospitals are. I agree with the honourable member for Lewis, it is unacceptable that a hospital with virtually the same population a few miles apart are creating -- treated completely differently.
BBC News 24
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He sees a crisis in the military can he sees the US military in its own terms being run down, he is not comparing it to China which is a fraction of the US military budget and Russia is the tenth of the budget. He views it as being an important place to spend money, the top priority.
BBC News 24
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Assuming he finds this money, how will you justify spending it given the US military is all ready huge question mark he said over the course of the campaign that he was spending money in order to rebuild the military, the military was run down, he said the US have stopped winning wars and he was promising that the US will win wars.
Sky News
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I really feel for both films, you know, for La La Land and Moonlight, because no one did now. I have to say, I am admiring of the producer of La La Land, who stepped in, took control, got the card, should it to the cameras. Then I was impressed how graceful the film makers were to each other. Do you feel for the Moonlight side, they had to be gracious, it was their moment, if it had run smoothly, it would have been a great shock and surprise anyway that they had beaten La La Land.
BBC Parliament
8 hours
It is not just the evidence available to others. It is the evidence available to the communities and the idea that consultation is a genuine process. We know, time and again, we have reports which demonstrate that co-producing new services results in much better service in the long run.