BBC Parliament
31 minutes
BBC Parliament
31 minutes
for tornadoes, droughts and all sorts of other natural weather conditions. In the course of five minutes I can barely begin to argue this point, but all I would like to say in conclusion in this debate is that there is no scientific basis which we can rely upon unambiguously to justify the vast costs which we deliberately are imposing upon ordinary and vulnerable people. I call on the Cabinet Secretary for environment and Rural Affairs stop.
TIME - Top Stories
37 minutes
The mayor of Portland, Oregon, on Monday urged U.S. officials and organizers to cancel a Trump Free Speech Rally and other similar events, saying they are inappropriate and could be dangerous after two men were stabbed to death on a train as they tried to help a pair of young women targeted by an anti-Muslim tirade. Mayor Ted Wheeler said he hopes the victims will inspire changes in the political dialogue in this country. It comes amid a wider debate in the U.S. about the First Amendment, often in liberal cities like Portland and Berkeley, California, and on college campuses, where violent protests between far-right and far-left protesters have derailed appearances by contentious figures. Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, 23, and Ricky John Best, 53, were killed Friday as they tried to stop Jeremy Joseph Christian from harassing the women, one of whom was wearing a hijab, authorities say.
Collective Evolution
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BBC News 24
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On Twitter, they say this blind date is brilliant. Another says blind date was a brilliant idea. Sean says there was definitely chemistry there. Lily says this is vomit inducing, not newsworthy, giving airtime to Farage yet again. He is irrelevant. And Conrad says stop trying to.
The Herald
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A MOSQUE attended by the Manchester Area bomber has said it needs to do more to encourage young people to steer clear of extremist ideologies.
Western Morning News
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A man has been left with four fractured bones in his spine and a broken ribcage after being run over by two cars in a double hit and run while he was out on his stag do.Ben McEvoy is now in hospital after the incident on Sunday morning, when he was supposed to be planning for his wedding next Saturday.Ben had been out with friends on Saturday and was returning home on Sunday morning when he was hit by a car and dragged along the road in Hirmandale Road, West Park, Plymouth.The driver failed to...
The Week
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MI5 is subject to scrutiny by a committee of parliament, but "it is highly unusual for British authorities to make public that the security service is conducting its own internal investigation into possible lapses", says the news agency. Home Secretary Amber Rudd told BBC News the review was the "right first step" for the intelligence agency to take, but declined today say what was known about Abedi and when. It is not yet clear whether authorities became aware of the bomber during Theresa May's tenure as Home Secretary between 2010 and 2016. Rudd was also forced to defend the use of new anti-terror powers after The Times reported that a "key" tool which gives law enforcement the power to stop Britons suspected of involvement in terrorist activity abroad at the UK border has only been used once it was introduced in 2015. MI5 Terrorism
BBC World News
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The "world-first" proposal would stop registered sex offenders going overseas, the government says.
BBC Radio Scotland
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what part of national life and reward after a solo show go with Noakes came to an end he set off on a boat and a part for a few Appearances it was largely the end of his TV career the John Noakes we knew was largely an act that unruly elephant Lulu she didn't step on his foot but he knew how to entertain and he was Four millions a much loved part of Childhood as part of my childhood that's for sure David Sillitoe on the life of John Noakes the time is 5 tonight Tiger Woods denies he was drunk after you stop by police on suspicion.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 hours
I love your personality is individually it for me it's quite special didn't read it speak night at the school principal shorter Linus and the music teacher Patricia McCarthy as social Patricia good morning good morning first of all well done you must be very proud of yourselves and of course of the children thank you yes really really bad um I know we had a little pets at the Beginning but first live TV I'm glad I was even to the greatest artists in the world ever think of the grammys so it don't think about it take to get surgery and she had to stop and start again and we were managed to regroup the children I don't even know that there's anything wrong.
South China Morning Post
2 hours
A strong dose of sunshine did not stop some paddlers at the Dragon Boat Festival from showing up in costume, even as fellow competitors waded knee-deep along the shore to cool off in the 28-degree weather. About 6,000 dragon boaters on 280 teams battled it out on the Stanley beach waterfront from as early as 8am on Tuesday. Teams of 18, representing mostly local corporations, universities and organisations, sped down 270-metre lanes in a bid to qualify for the finals, which begin at 4pm. While...
BBC Radio Wales
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TV today is the turning Welsh Labour and are expert panel manifesto readers have been doing the Hardwick Forest so what have they made a bit Laura Emily Dunn is a digital communications consultant and political style bloggers morning glory and Tom Davies is the head of marketing at news Direct Wales once you turn off you tell Laura yesterday music Welsh conservative manifesto if you can piano with while sleeping longer and 13 pages a lot more photos but what are some of the key phrases that stop you losing it has so far away and we hear that then they think their actions not brexit election but you need to do and then they say it is so that was a little confusing but it I'll see if brexit is at the heart of this manifesto and we talking about more powers to Russells coming down to the assembly was the last Labour wanting to guarantee things like that.
Daily Mail - Australia
2 hours
Peter Erling, who lives on Florence Street in St Peters, said he wears the mask to stop the foul stench and metallic taste from waking him up in the middle of the night.
BBC Radio Wales
2 hours
yeah they are I think I'll be there I'll be making personal statements but then the questions come from the audience it always trickier for politicians so I heard you talking to David cornock earlier always check if a politicians then when we ask the questions I think I don't know what that says about us up from the party so I think we'll hear a similar message from labour plaid Cymru in the Lib Dems about how they're going to defend Wales against the conservative to UKIP somatically sort their Party manifesto launch last week is that they're going to defend those who voted for brexit I want to keep the pressure up on Theresa May is she negotiates stop brexit from the conservatives in another game actors who's on the panel for them I think the message would and will be the same it is going to same time every Conservatives I have spoken to in this campaign is about arguing that Theresa May will make a better Prime Minister St Joe.
The Economic Times
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Mind Shift
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The effect is like building more roads to move traffic inside a city. At the same time, though, the connections between these specialized modules get stronger, which is a bit like adding lanes to the interstates that let people get from one city to another. The result of these changes is a brain network in which information flows more efficiently, both within specialized areas and also between areas. And this speedy network is really important when it comes to executive functions like impulse control, Bassett says. Being able to inhibit inappropriate behavior requires you to quickly stop yourself from doing something that you might naturally do, she says. The study had limitations, though, because it did not track the changes in each participant's brain over time. Other studies are underway that will allow scientists to study brain changes in individuals over many years.
ITV
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To slow down wrinkles, you can stop laughing. Or just be happy with Nivea Q10. It visibly reduces the appearance of wrinkles. Happiness and Q10. Your anti-wrinkle secret. OK, Benny, remember the plan?.
The Week
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ESA Engineering & Technology
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ITV
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Coming up... Go? Go. Oh, no. Were going to Newcastle first. Stop. Climb back up. Climb back up. Bridget Jones' author Helen Fielding will be here! Also - he sang to victory last night! BGT's Kyle Tomlinson joins me live. And - as worn by Victoria and Jennifer!.
BBC Radio Ulster
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the odds are high switching 17 18 degrees are you thank you very much indeed at 8:07 royal back to work and school today and Russia is probably well underway that catch up on the latest with Cillian Sutherland devil traffic is starting to get a bit busy after having towards Broadway roundabout it's slow on all approaches to the roundabout at the moment I've got the usual delays on the M27 and Bypass and the westlink it's all so busy on the M1 from junction 7 at Sprucefield right through to Junction One at Broadway and there's some disruption to Ballynahinch buses Currys corner bus stop is suspended until 4 o'clock on Friday because of gas work they doing there at the moment it's affecting school buses as well so expect some delays for the next few days.
TIME - Top Stories
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If we can take a passport from a bankrupt, why can't we stop our pedophiles from traveling to Myanmar? Griffiths wrote. Under Australian law, a bankrupt person cannot travel overseas without a trustee's permission. Hinch, who was involved in drafting the legislation, said temporary passports could be provided to pedophiles who need to travel for legitimate business or family reasons, and for pedophiles living overseas who need to return to Australia as their visas expire. This will not apply to a teenager who has been caught sexting to his 15-year-old girlfriend, said Hinch, referring to sexual phone communications. I know sometimes, I think unfairly, they go on registers, but we're trying to work it out so they don't, he added. Bishop said governments in the Asia-Pacific region wanted Australia to do more to stem child sex tourists.
ITV2
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(LAUGHTER) I bet my wife can name 11. I'm gonna believe in her again. I bet my wife can name 12. Stop it! (LAUGHTER) I bet my wife can name 13. I challenge. Let's do it. All right. In 30 seconds. Courtney, go. Golden Retriever, Black Lab. Yellow Lab, Chocolate Lab