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is what he's come out with, that is what everyone is talking about. It is getting nasty, you're right. What does "mugwump" actually mean? Aloof, independent, but besides that, the more serious figures we are looking at now is.
BBC News 24
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with issues instead of personalities and insults? There's a very serious risk people will be looking at Jeremy Corbyn and not see the threat that he presents. I've just described one problem, you've got Kim Jong-un, who is in the process of acquiring nuclear.
ITV
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immature name-calling, playground stuff. And on the program, he said he thought it came from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. What it actually means is someone who is aloof from party politics. What he meant behind this childish name-calling was a serious.
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in December. But the demise of George Osborn means a swift comeback to the Commons foreign the former Tory minister Esther McVeigh who has been elected in the former Chancellor's safe seat of at that timon. Back in Downing Street, despite the serious nature of her talks with the negotiating.
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his mug on one side and his rump on the other. He accused Jeremy Corbyn of being a mugwump, but on the more serious side, and I think the issue which will come up over the next few weeks, is saying that Corbyn will not do enough for security
ITV
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as a harmless person. There is a very serious risk in my view he will oversee policy that will put this country in danger. And we can our defences at a time when the world... It has been getting better in lots of ways, but we have big problems right.
Sky News
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After a cordial greeting outside, on the menu inside was some serious talking. Although number 10 said the meeting wassive, and the PM told her guests she wanted a deep and special partnership with the EU after.
Sky News
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December. Etter McVeigh has been selected in the former safe seat of at that timon. Back in Downing Street, despite the serious nature of her talks with the negotiating team from Brussels, something cleared amused the Prime Minister as MrJuncker left number 10
Leicester Mercury
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Now for the serious business of the BBL play-offs, writes Leicester Riders head coach Rob Paternostro in his weekly column.After retaining the BBL Championship just over a week ago, Riders faced a gruelling four games in seven days, with the games of no significance to us although they were significant for our opponents and it was important we maintained our form.So it has been a balancing act negotiating these games, while nursing a few injuries, before we embark on the play-offs...
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NOTES ON THE MISTRIAL Due to the hung jury, the opening trial was declared a mistrial and four of the six defendants “were nether acquitted nor convicted” of any of the seriousconspiracycharges or other charges leveled at them by the federal government, according to Roger Roots, an author and legal expert who attended virtually every day of the opening trial. Those four are: Richard Lovelien, Eric Parker, O. Scott Drexler, and Steven Stewart. The 12-member jury didn't come close to convicting these men, voting 10-2 in favor of acquitting two of them, while splitting on the others, according to defense lawyers. The opening trial’s defendants are being tried for their part in supporting longtime rancher Cliven Bundy in the now-legendary April 2014 standoff between armed federal Bureau of Land Management agents and the elder Bundy, four of the Bundy sons, and a host of supporters.
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give everything, so I believe we were focused, serious, and had a hunger to win the game, and that's what you wanted before the game. But there was a moment of controversy involving Alexis Sanchez in stoppage time
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selected in the former safe seat of at that time tonne. Back in Downing Street, despite the serious nature of her talks with the negotiating team from Brussels, something clearly amused the Prime Minister as Mr Juncker left number 10. She will be hoping she.
Daily Mail - Australia
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An Iraqi refugee who lost control of his truck and crashed into peak hour traffic while speeding through a busy intersection in 2014, has been jailed for a minimum of three years.
The Huffington Post
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Professional Democrats have admired Obama for many reasons despite his financial policy failures, and a few hundred grand will not make them reconsider this judgment. But the Goldman Sachs issue was a serious problem for Clinton during the general election, feeding right-wing narratives that she and her husband were fundamentally corrupt (not to be confused with the fairy tales about her killing Vince Foster and four Americans in Benghazi). Obama isnt running for office again, but his sellout sends even uglier signals to the electorate. Clinton had very limited policy power over the financial sector during her time at the State Department. Obama, on the other hand, had plenty. Voters could be forgiven for seeing a president cash out to Wall Street at the end of his term and concluding that maybe he wasnt immune to those considerations when he was making policy in office.
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Pentagon officials have issued new statements on Turkey's attacks yesterday against Kurdish targets in both Iraq and Syria, saying that they had put US troops in danger by launching the surprise attacks with insufficient advanced notice. The US was already not so keen on Turkey attacking their allies in the fighting against ISIS. Pentagon spokesmen now say they were given less than an hour's notice that the Turkish attacks were coming, not giving them much time to react. At the same time, officials have insisted that no US troops were present at the sites of the strikes, and there were no US casualties reported among the scores of people killed in the attacks. Turkey of course has made clear they intended to attack the Kurds for years, but the lack of specific notice may suggest they didn't trust the US not to warn them. Turkey's attack has provoked a lot of criticism from around the world, with the Russian Foreign Ministry the latest to issue a statement expressing serious concern over the attacks, saying that attacking sovereign states was unacceptable and that attacks on the Kurds were not helpful to the ongoing war against ISIS.
The Sun Daily
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In addition to North Korea's struggles with building functional missiles, also absent from Harris' comments were serious doubts about the effectiveness of the US anti-missile systems, with experts saying that the Pentagon's claims are almost certainly overstated.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Australia needs to 'get much more serious' about building a missile defence system to guard against North Korea's missile development, an expert has claimed.
Politico
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Politico
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House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz announced Wednesday that he will take a leave of absence from Congress to undergo surgery on his foot, with an estimated return in mid-May. The Utah Republican posted a picture of an x-ray on Instagram and wrote that an injury he sustained 12 years ago on his foot was now prompting him to undergo immediate surgery. The estimated recovery time is three to four weeks. Chaffetz said avoiding the procedure could put him at risk for serious infection. Chaffetz's absence comes amid a crucial stretch for House Republicans and the Trump administration. There are looming votes on a spending bill to avoid a government shutdown and, potentially, a close vote on legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. I’m sorry to miss the important work we are doing in Washington, Chaffetz wrote.
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Daily Express
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A BRITISH terrorist killed during an RAF drone strike in Syria was plotting a deadly terror attack in Britain which could have led to a “very significant loss of life”, MPs have found.
USA Today - Top Stories
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From the half pipe to stairs, this puppy and his skateboard can handle it all!