BBC One East
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the county game? There is a very good chance. If you've been into town today. You will have seen a street busker. Some aren't very good. But some are terrific. People like Hayley Moss. When she starts singing. Shoppers and office workers stand and listen. We've seen Hayley before on Look East. But now there's been a development - the soprano has met a tenor
BBC One East
2 minutes
Lovely voices. Beautiful singing, yeah. They should be seen at La Scala in Milan. # It's time to say goodbye #
Sky News
6 minutes
around the pause. It went ahead, relations could not have been more cordial and friendly. We have seen Chinese investment continuing to flow into the UK. I am just looking over your shoulder at the cheese grater
BBC Parliament
6 minutes
civil society, and members of public, I am in no doubt inclusive devolved government what is the majority of the people want to see. Working for them, delivering on their priorities, and continues the positive progress we have seen in Northern Ireland over recent years. Devolved institutionings up and running and -- institutions.
Sky News
7 minutes
There was a strong tone to trading everywhere, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently on course to break a losing run that has seen it close lower in each of the last eight trading sessions. And in Europe, the DAX in Germany rose by 1.3% to finish at its highest level since April 2015. On the currency markets, ahead of Theresa May triggering.
BBC One London
7 minutes
Good luck to them. We've all seen the distressing images of those caught up.
BBC Parliament
9 minutes
accordance with the 1998 Belfast agreement. Progress has been made on a number of issues, these include on a budget, a programme for government, and ways of improving transparency and accountability. We have seen further steps forward on agreeing a way to implement the Stormont House legacy.
BBC One London
15 minutes
I've seen no evidence during the meeting this morning and yesterday of any wish on the part of the European Union to punish the UK and all our citizens for the decision taken last June. Before we need a divorce and then the United Kingdom will decide the position of London, if there is a different position. We will be happy for whatever decision is made.
MintPress News
16 minutes
President Donald Trump, flanked by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, left, and Vice President Mike Pence, meets with members of the media regarding the health care overhaul bill, March 24, 2017. (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) Published in partnership with Shadowproof . T he American Health Care Act has gone down in a blaze of glory. It is time to focus on what President Donald Trump has long said would be his plan B. Trump previously admitted he favored letting Obamacare collapse and then he would try to repeal the law after it completely failed. “If we waited two years, it will explode like you’ve never seen an explosion,” Trump suggested. Trump repeatedly alluded to this strategy on Friday after announcing the House Republicansfailure to vote on AHCA, their bill. The problem is, although Trump controls the federal government, he has significant power to force this explosion if he desires.
ThinkGeek
31 minutes
Sky News
34 minutes
This is genuinely the most horrific video I have ever seen and we can show you virtually none of it. It is Islamic State propaganda for sure, showing young boys being trained to fight but, more importantly, it shows why these are not just errant boys
Mondoweiss
35 minutes
But this is real and not imaginary.” Israel as a state is seen in the strictest Zionist terms as the “True Judaism” as it negates the lengthy and complex process of Jewish history in its myriad iterations. This means that to be Jewish is not to be “adulterated” in any way by the Gentile world. The “Negation of the Diaspora” is connected to what Zionism sees as Jewish weakness; a defect that is rooted in Diaspora adaptation to the non-Jewish world. Diaspora Judaism from the Babylonian and Hellenistic periods to Medieval Spain and Modern Europe has been seen by Zionism as an adulteration of the “pureJewish identity which is militaristic and xenophobic. Michael Kaydar was raised in an Israel which holds to the dogmas expressed by Yehoshua and his predecessors like Dinur. It is taken for granted that the State of Israel is a superior country that representsauthenticJudaism.
BBC News 24
36 minutes
I am bothered by short-term damage that can be done now and which will be very hard for the Government to manage through policy. I'm optimistic about the future from what I've seen and it is fair to say that our members are cautiously optimistic about the future. We are seeing lots of our members continue to invest. Continue to take advantage of the low pound, the exchange.
BBC News 24
37 minutes
Since the referendum, what we've seen is not what we expected, which was a massive crash of the economy and high levels of unemployment coming through. Our sales have increased locally, our exports sales have increased and our employment levels have increased
BBC News 24
37 minutes
So we haven't seen what we expected, so that gives me a lot of confidence. We should finish the year much better than I thought we were going to finish. However, do I think uncertainty has gone away? Absolutely not. I think it's here to stay and any false move by anyone.
ITV
38 minutes
They are smaller than anything else we have ever seen. The only reason people are putting up with it is because they are desperate. The only they are desperate. The only reason developers can build them below the legal limit The only reason developers can build them below the legal limit is because them below the legal limit is because of relaxation them below the legal limit is because of relaxation in rules
BBC News 24
39 minutes
next two years. But there is no reason to believe that Downing Street are about to change their minds about this. The risk, of course, is whether or not they might antagonise Scottish public opinion. It is always a gamble if Westminster is seen to be telling Scotland what it can.
Deadline
40 minutes
Like a comic book villain, the nearly two-year old © lawsuit over Iron Man's armor has been knocked down but not knocked out and will fight on. A federal judge in New York yesterday handed Marvel and Disney most of the dismissal of Horizon Comics action over the Armored Avenger that they had sought. However, while Iron Man 's outfit was seen by U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken to be full of "dissimilarities" from that of Horizon's Radix comics, the pose of a...
Sky News
an hour
argument? I have not seen those arguments and that may be the case of talking about the here and now where we are with the daily Mail, they have for one this, until don't think it's acceptable when there's a such a serious, if it was a bit of fun or a.
Western Daily Press
an hour
The mother of a teenage girl who went missing for more than 48 hours revealed today how every single bad thought was going through my mind. Karen Quarley-Story, 43, from Crewkerne, has thanked everyone for sharing the appeal on Facebook to help find her daughter, Victoria-Jayne Storey. Victoria had not been seen since Saturday (March 25) was eventually located in Tesco in Chard yesterday (March 27). Karen has also thanked everyone who shared the appeal and was out searching all...
Voice Of America
an hour
Mashable
an hour
Why, Mass Effect: Andromeda ? Why is Kadara spaceport the worst place in the galaxy? The latest Mass Effect introduces an entirely new galaxy for players to explore. There are ancient artifacts, alien wonders, and threats like you've not seen before. There are also doors. So. Many. Doors. SEE ALSO: 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' is a forgettable, tedious trudge Normally, that's not a big deal in a Mass Effect game. You trot up to a door, hold down a button for the half-second it takes an "Activate" meter to full, and BOOM door's open. You want examples? No problem. Read more... Here are a couple doors from the planet Eos: More about Bioware , Mass Effect Andromeda , Gaming , Entertainment , and Entertainment
Mashable
an hour
Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man swung by in a new trailer today, so it's time for us to do what neighbors do and get a little nosy. While the new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer reveals a whole lot more about the superhero vs. supervillain conflict at the heart of the story, it raised as many questions for us as it answered. Let's dive in now and talk about what we've learned and what we're still dying to know. SEE ALSO: Well, the new 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' trailer looks just delightful First, if you haven't seen the new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer yet, here it is: While the last Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer emphasized the film's high school setting, this one plays up the conflict between our superhero and his supervillain, the Vulture (played by Michael Keaton). It also featured a lot more of Tony Stark and even a brief cameo from a certain other Avenger.
Nottingham Evening Post
an hour
Police have issued an urgent public appeal for helping in finding a mother and her two children.Officers are concerned for the welfare of 42 year-old Samantha Baldwin, who is from Newark.She was left seen near Nottingham city centre on Monday, March, 27. Officers are also concerned for the welfare of her children, nine-year-old Louis Madge and six-year-old Dylan Madge who are also missing. They also use the surname Taylor.Read more: 'I'd be devastated if my son was killed on the roads' says...