BBC News 24
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And I speak as someone who might under different circumstances well be a Labour supporter. It is a catastrophe what is happening to the Labour Party at the moment. Jeremy Corbyn has been extremely Labour Party at the moment. Jeremy fairly capable opposition leader this government would be in better shape in this country would be in better shape.
Sky News
23 minutes
These folks have given us countless hours of entertainment, for us to give them 30 seconds to speak on an important issue is a fair trade. Donald Trump wasn't always so unpopular, they did give him that star for his work on the apprentice and remember this is a man who once said that his first ambition in life was to be Hollywood movie mogul.
ITV
27 minutes
I speak to her when I can, when I have a particular issue. Is she a backseat driver? Absolutely not. But she is very helpful to me. Sometimes a Prime Minister asks the Home Secretary to do something, and they have no idea why it cannot happen. The Prime Minister knows what can and cannot be done and I can have a frank conversation with her.
Sky News
33 minutes
It's Oscars night tonight - and the stars will be out in force for Hollywood's biggest night of the year. This year the ceremony is set to be dominated by the Trump Presidency, with several actors already promising to speak out against Donald Trump and his agenda. Let's cross live to Los Angeles where Sky's Katie Spencer is on the red carpet. The politics and just a moment, I just want to know first and foremost have you had any celebs walking down the red carpet yet? You just missed Jackie Chan, Diaz walked past us holding two cuddly panda toys.
BBC News 24
39 minutes
We were the canary down the mine, so to speak, in terms of losing the faith of working-class communities across the country. Jeremy Corbyn says he has a huge mandate from his party and is clearly a little tired of the repeated questions about his leadership.
ITV
an hour
But there is no point having a new face at the top until we have some new ideas to rally around, and at the moment there ain't much happening. Do you think that your party should have thrown more at Stoke? It is hard to speak after the event. I think we did our best in Stoke.
Sky News
an hour
These folks have given us countless hours of entertainment, for us to give them 30 seconds to speak on an important issue is a fair trade. Donald Trump wasn't always so unpopular, they did give him that star for his work on the apprentice and remember this is a man who once said that his first ambition in life was to be Hollywood movie mogul.
Sky News
an hour
Hopefully. You think so hard you mention politics and irony thing politics will be unavoidable, it seems to be coming up in all of these big award shows, I think a lot of these famous actors, although they are coming under a lot of criticism, they are feeling that given this is one of the biggest pat forms in the world, they have got little choice but to use this opportunity, to speak out, and voice their opinions ready.
Sky News
2 hours
He described the leaking of information as distrubing, desperate and a denial of due process. It's Oscars night tonight - and the stars will be out in force for Hollywood's biggest night of the year. This year the ceremony is set to be dominated by the Trump Presidency, with several actors already promising to speak out against Donald Trump and his agenda. Let's cross live to Los Angeles where Sky's Katie Spencer is on the red carpet. Katie, you are going to be next to some of the biggest names in the planet and it will be interesting to see what they have to say tonight.
BBC News 24
2 hours
In many respects, what's happening in the north-east of England is what happened in the north-east of to the Scottish Labour Party two years ago. We were the canary down the mine, so to speak, in terms of losing the faith of working-class communities across the country. Jeremy Corbyn says he has a huge mandate from his party and is clearly a little tired of the repeated questions about his leadership.
Sky News
2 hours
These folks have given us countless hours of entertainment, for us to give them 30 seconds to speak on an important issue is a fair trade. Donald Trump wasn't always so unpopular, they did give him that star for his work on the apprentice and remember this is a man who once said that his first ambition in life was to be Hollywood movie mogul.
Sky News
3 hours
He described the leaking of information as to stabbing, desperate and a denial of due process. It's Oscars night tonight - and the stars will be out in force for Hollywood's biggest night of the year. This year the ceremony is set to be dominated by the Trump Presidency, with several actors already promising to speak out against Donald Trump and his agenda.
BBC News 24
3 hours
The mother-of-two's baby son was stillborn at six months in 2010. In some of the most shocking abuse on Twitter, she was accused by online trolls of being to blame for his death. She has now announced she's taking a break from Twitter and has handed her account to a friend. Let's speak to a Social Media Researcher at the University of Nottingham. Good evening.
BBC News 24
4 hours
We were the canary down the mine so to speak, in terms of losing the faith of working-class communities across the country. Jeremy Corbyn insists he has a huge mandate from his party but Labour's former deputy leader says his task is to get a mandate from the people in a general election. You cannot be saying the public have got it wrong, you cannot be saying MPs have got it wrong.
Sky News
4 hours
I am not a big fan of that as a cultural state that we are in. The watching millions have seen political protest at the Oscars before. In 1973, it was the first time anyone had got political about the Oscars, and Marlon Brando had won the Best Actor award for The Godfather, and he boycotted the awards and sent Sacheen Littlefeather out to speak out against the way that Native Americans were portrayed on television.
BBC News 24
5 hours
In many respects what is happening in the north-east of England is what happened to the Scottish Labour Party two years ago. We were the canary down the mine so to speak, in terms of losing the faith of working-class communities across the country. Jeremy Corbyn insists he has a huge mandate from his party but Labour's former deputy leader says his task is to get a mandate from the people in a general election.
TIME - Top Stories
7 hours
It was surreal saying that to him. Paxton was starring with Justin Cornwell in the new cop drama Training Day , which picks up 15 years after the 2001 Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke film of the same name. Paxton also spoke with PEOPLE about his latest TV obsession. I loved watching Stranger Things with my daughter [Lydia, 19], he said. But I had surgery last spring and binge-watched all of Downton Abbey while I was recuperating. I got so engrossed in it, I was devastated when I got to the end. #tbt to the chubz A post shared by Lydia Paxton (@lydia_paxton) on Sep 18, 2014 at 10:26pm PDT At 8 years old, Paxton witnessed a speech given by President John F. Kennedy the morning of his assassination. During the 2007 AFI Dallas International Film Festival, the actor shared recently discovered photos of himself as a young boy perched on the shoulders of a man who offered him a lift so he could see the president speak n the parking lot of the Hotel Texas in Fort Worth.
Techradar
7 hours
New school Nokia The three other Nokia handsets rumored for MWC are not, sadly, remakes of favorite classics. The first is actually on the market as we speak: the Nokia 6 features Android 7 Nougat , 64GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch Full HD display and all metal uni-body design. It also goes for the pocket-friendly price of 1699 (about $245, 200, AU$335) in China, the only place it's currently on sale. While HMD may simply talk up the Nokia 6 at MWC, there's a strong chance the firm announces its wider availability. Blass' source even has a price for the phone: 249 (about $265, 210, AU$345). The next two devices are said to be the Nokia 5 and Nokia 3. Described as "downmarket", these phones will run Android Nougat but have less hearty specs than the headlining Nokia 6. While the Nokia 5 will supposedly share the Nokia 6's Snapdragon 430 processor, its screen will only reach 5.
The Economic Times
8 hours
'Democracy is damaged when people can't speak out'Stifling expressions of private concern and public interest is very problematic for any kind of political participation, says Amartya Sen.
BBC News 24
8 hours
Through this, Maher developed an app for newcomers. This is for people who speak Arabic so they do not suffer like me in the beginning. They can directly access all the information that they need. Maher won an award for this work and is entering an entrepreneurship internship for six months. In Berlin, finally I found my dream that I can take courses and connect with a lot of companies. I can enter the tech community here in this country.
BBC News 24
9 hours
That was day one of the Lords debate on the Brexit Bill. To accommodate everyone who wanted to speak, the Lords had an early start the following day. I made my maiden speech in the House of Commons in 1972 in favour of our membership of the European Union But it's not me who changed but, I think, Europe, as was symbolised in its change of name from the European Economic Community to the European Community, finally to the European Union.
Sky News
10 hours
And thank them for the work they do. Jeremy Corbyn continuing to refresh the memories of those in Scottish Labour as to his party's position on exiting the European Union. We will speak to our correspondent he was also there for the Labour conference soon.
Voice Of America
10 hours
Weingaertner said the IPA was never consulted on that. A technical note seen by the AP outlines a procedure for manually cutting off the video feed, stopping transmission on in-house TV monitors and breaking the satellite link to halt broadcast to the outside world. A videotape in four languages would be kept running to serve as a legal record during the blackout. A more effective and permanent system was being sought. It is also technically possible to introduce a safe-guard time delay so broadcasts appear a few seconds later. This means they could be interrupted before offending material is aired. But the system is unwieldy. Lawmakers have the right to speak in any of the European Union's 24 official languages. An offending act could well be over before the assembly's President Antonio Tajani even has a chance to hit the kill switch. Misunderstandings and even abuses could crop up.
Techradar
11 hours
The biggest addition is smart home control Google Assistant can interface with Internet of Things products, letting you speak to your phone to control everything from a thermostat to a lightbulb. It's also more convenient and simpler to use, too. Linking web searches, apps and user data together through its "conversational" command prompts, Google Assistant can be switched on with an easy long-press of the home button. No more hunting around for a microphone button on your homescreen. Google Assistant tips and tricks