BBC News 24
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He was attacked on a street in Willesden yesterday. Ambulance crews treated the boy at the scene and took him to hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. Detectives have yet to release his name, but his family have been informed.
Lincolnshire Echo
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A drunk threatened to carry out a stabbing as he brandished a knife in a town centre street.Steven Randall had earlier been involved in an argument with his wife outside their home.It was so intense that customers came out of a nearby pub in George Street, Market Rasen, to assist her.READ MORE: Woman hit with a brick thrown in neighbours' bloody street fightRobert Sandford, prosecuting, told Lincoln Crown Court that Randall confronted the group of people and pushed over one of the men.Mr...
BBC News 24
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Clive, thank you very much indeed. We will get their judgment at half past nine. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, just up the road in Downing Street, will be getting a sneak preview. We gather she will hear the judgment at 9:15. That is it from me for now.
Nottingham Evening Post
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A dual carriageway through Ilkeston was closed after a man climbed onto a footbridge last night.At around 9.50pm on Monday, January 23, the A6007 Chalon's Way was closed to traffic for safety reasons by police, who had responded to reports of a man on the footbridge leading from Burr Lane to Byron Street.Read more: Police appeal for motorist who drove off from three-vehicle crash on A52The man was talked down by Derbyshire Police, who then took the man to Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham.No...
Bristol Post
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Three First buses ended up shunted into each other after a crash in Bristol city centre.An ambulance was called to the scene of the crash on Bond Street South, outside the House of Fraser store in Cabot Circus, although there has been no official confirmation of any casualties at this stage.The accident happened at around 6pm today and involved three First buses - a double-decker and two single-deckers.The windscreen of one of the single-decker buses was smashed in the incident. All three...
Den of Geek
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Looks like Henwick has a fair bit of swordplay, which is no bad thing in our books. And thanks to Tumblr user Delevingned , we've also seen some street-level snaps of Finn Jones' Danny Rand... Iron Fist cast "The best thing about Danny Rand is that he has these huge, massive contradictions," Finn Jones said of his Iron Fist protagonist character last year, during a New York Comic-Con event that CBR reported on. "One half of him is… trying to be a super-centered martial artist and warrior, and the other half is a livewire, suffering from trauma, riddled with PTSD. So you’ve got those two contradictions that are constantly battling each other. “The other contradiction is that he’s spent some time in the East, but he’s from a Westernized family, so bringing those two together — especially when he comes back to New York and stuff [...] he questions corporate ethics quite a lot, because he sees through things.
South China Morning Post
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BBC News 24
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Hour after hour of dense legal argument followed on the biggest question in politics - where does power lie? Is it behind the door here in Downing Street? Or inside here in Parliament? The Prime Minister says she can start the UK's divorce from the EU herself, but campaigners led by the businesswoman Gina Miller, says MPs and peers have to have a say first.
Maidstone News
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A man's launched a campaign to cut the speed limit on rural roads after his pet dog was killed by a delivery van.
OK!
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Stricken with grief, Michelle has been struggling to come to terms with losing her son Ruairi at birth. Viewers saw Kym Marsh’s character rushed to hospital with stomach pains at 23 weeks pregnant, where she was told by doctors it was unlikely her baby would survive. Since losing Ruairi things have been tense between Michelle and partner Steve McDonald, and in emotional scenes the barmaid broke down and tried to kiss Robert. But fans werent happy with the possibility of ...
BBC News 24
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News out of France about services sector manufacturing, a bit of a drop-off in manufacturing sector in France, but still showing growth. Let's look ahead to the US, Samira Hussain is on Wall Street today. America's number one wireless carrier, Verizon, will be reporting earnings and it's expected to report yet another decline in quarterly revenue, but analysts, investors and journalists will be eager to hear about any updates to Verizon's deal to purchase Yahoo and whether the recent data breaches have the company thinking twice.
The Economic Times
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BBC News 24
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So I think that, you know, President Trump is focused on the US worker, he is focused on bringing back jobs to the US, and the TPP represented a threat to the average US worker. I think this is another example of a policy that is good for the mainstream, not necessarily good for Wall Street, because if you think about the US stock market, most of them are here is jobs growth, that is what he is focused on.
The Sun Daily - Tech
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She added that "approximately 90 percent of our daily active users have already taken or do not need to take remedial action to protect their accounts, and we're aggressively continuing to drive this number up." Yahoo boasted having more than a billion users monthly in 2016, with more than 650 million of those people connecting from mobile devices. Hack aftershocks The US Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation into whether Yahoo should have informed investors sooner about two major data breaches, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday, citing people familiar with the matter. US law requires companies that fall victim to such hacks disclose them as soon as they are deemed to affect stock prices. Yahoo announced in September that hackers in 2014 stole personal data from more than 500 million of its user accounts. It admitted another cyber attack in December, this one dating from 2013, affecting over a billion users.
Vanity Fair
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Daily Mail - Australia
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Woot
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In 1997, he renamed it eBay, and the rest is history. Meticulously careful media outlets from The Wall Street Journal to The New Yorker have printed this Pez dispenser story as fact. But in Adam Cohen's 2003 book The Perfect Store , eBay's third employee, PR manager Mary Lou Song, admitted that she had invented the Pez story after the fact, in hopes of attracting media attention. In the startup age, companies had to have a fun, pithy anecdote to explain their origins. Do you really believe that YouTube exists just because two nerds couldn't get a video to post online during a dinner party? Do you really think Google started in a garage? In the industry, these are called "creation myths," and a lot of them are more fiction than truth. "No one wants to hear about a 30-year-old genius who wanted to create a perfect market," Song told Cohen, defending her Pez lie.
Plymouth Herald
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It has become part of the city's skyline, but now it's time for it to come down. Next week the huge crane at what will be Plymouth's tallest building will be dismantled. The crane is planned to be taken down on Tuesday, January 31, over two to three days, but parts of Cobourg Street and Mayflower Street road will be closed all week. The first crane at Beckley Court was taken down in October last year, causing traffic delays in the city centre. And Kier, the construction firm behind...
OK!
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After leaving her husband in Liverpool to settle back in Weatherfield with her family and Peter, Toyah, played by Georgia Taylor, will face a baby dilemma when Chris Gascoyne's character admits that he doesn't want any children. Having tried IVF with her ex husband, Toyah will get a call from him asking about whether the clinic has been in touch about the future of her frozen embryos. Wanting to give their relationship another ago, Toyah's ex will ask her to take him ...
Nottingham Evening Post
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More than £1.3 million was paid to Nottingham City Council in parking fines last year. While the most tickets were handed out on Wollaton Street in the city centre, it wasn't the biggest earner, pulling in just over £25,000. However, a total of 1,194 tickets were slapped on car windows, almost 50 more than second placed Radford Road. That was the biggest earner for the council, raking in £33,577.19 in parking fines. The top 10 streets alone earned £237,612.42...
Politico
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DippinDots on Monday tried to cool tensions with White House press secretary Sean Spicer. “We’ve seen your tweets and would like to be friends rather than foes,” CEO Scott Fischer wrote in an open letter Monday. “After all, we believe in connecting the dots.” Spicer had an extended gripe against DippinDots, according to his personal Twitter feed. In tweets in April 2010 and September 2011, Spicer declared that DippinDots wasn't “the ice cream of the future.” And in November 2011, he seemed to celebrate the company’s problems, tweeting a Wall Street Journal report on its filing for bankruptcy — while personally distinguishing it as “Ice Cream of the Pastalongside the Journal’s original headline. The most recent tweet on the topic from Spicer's personal handle came in September 2015. “If Dippin Dots was truly the ice cream of the future they would not have run out of vanilla,” he wrote then, copying the Washington Nationals on the tweet.
MintPress News
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A parked limousine burns as riot police clear the street during a demonstration after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in downtown Washington. (AP/John Minchillo) Police had already cracked down hours before the marches began, blocking access to rally sites, angering many protesters unable to reach them and driving hundreds into the streets. “Perhaps as many as 10,000 people spent hours waiting in line to pass through the checkpoints to enter the protest, and thousands never made it in,” Ben Becker, an organizer for the ANSWER Coalition , which rallied at the Navy Memorial along the inaugural parade, told MintPress News. “The checkpoints were sporadically closed and nearby roads were segmented off without warning or reason, which stopped people from accessing the protest from other directions as well.” They arrested everyone’ A protestor cries out in pain after being hit by a bean bag round fired from police during a demonstration after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Friday, Jan.
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