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player, not the son-in-law but whatever he says goes I suppose. Wise words. Rachel Stringer asking the question there. This is the Southampton under 13 side that won the Dallas cup in 2008. Here is James with the trophy, any ideas?.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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Liverpool Echo
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"She fought from the beginning, trusted nobody in the Establishment and she has been proved right."
The Week
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Credits Bill Pugliano / Stringer Alt Text Waymo cars open to public People in Phoenix get chance to try out autonomous vehicles to take them from work, to school, to the movies and more News Feed Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 1:15pm Self-driving car firm Waymo, a sub-brand of Google's parent company Alphabet, has opened applications for the public to trial its autonomous vehicles. See related Tesla recalls 53,000 cars over faulty brakes Apple trains staff for driverless car development Speeding fines: How does the new system work? People in the city of Phoenix can apply to participate in the "Early Rider" programme , with successful applicants being able to go "from work, to school, to the movies and more" without having to drive, says the company. Applicants will need to provide feedback on their experience "to help shape the future of how our self-driving cars will work.
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Credits STRINGER/AFP/Getty Alt Text A tanker ship in the Suez Canal UK seen as a soft touch for criminal gangs who avoid billions in excise and VAT costs, say reports One-Minute Read Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - 4:03pm Britain may have to settle a bill of up to €2bn1.7bn) to secure a customs deal with the EU after Brexit, says The Times . Brussels believes the UK has become a "soft touch" for customs fraud by criminal gangs operating out of the likes of China, with goods coming through Felixstowe and Dover and then being shipped to the continent. "The gangs chose Britain because they are allowed to declare imported goods at impossibly low values," says the Times, meaning they pay very low rates of tax. Figures from EU customs regulator Olaf show the average price declared for women's cotton trousers is 77p per kilo in the UK, compared to a wider EU average of £22 per kilo, says the Daily Mail .
Daily Mail - USA
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Jury forewoman Lindsey Stringer said the jurors were not convinced by the prosecution's case which relied on a star witness who testified in exchange for immunity.
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Rangers struggling to lay a glove on them. They have not created and a pigeon idiot. At the moment Celtic heading for the final with Aberdeen. -- they have not created an opportunity. Harry Redknapp, first game in charge against Aston Villa. In Birmingham. Ian Stringer? 27 minutes gone, taking it in his stride. The.
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Often tricky for newcomers to find, the divine smell of freshly baked cakes, bread and pastries is as good a guide as any. You'll find local commuters "stockpiling croissants" ahead of their "smug saunter past the station Starbucks", says Time Out , while large, communal tables cater for those who prefer a more leisurely breakfast, especially on a Saturday. The open kitchen reveals bakers hard at work, kneading, rolling and shaping dough at impressive speed. And the star of the gluten show is the sourdough. Order "anything" in which it appears, recommends The Guardian . Spoke Stringer Winner of the best breakfast category in the 2016 Bristol Good Food Awards , Spoke and Stringer rules the roost when it comes to the classic combo of poached egg and smashed avocado. Yet this cafe-cum-surf shop adds a sophisticated twist to most brunch staples.
Kent Online
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Mental health teams are to be asked whether the death of a woman pulled from the sea could have been prevented.
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left in the competition. Captain Wes Morgan has travelled with the team but won't start, because of a bad back. BBC Radio Leicester's Ian Stringer is in Madrid this morning, and says the players will relish the occasion. I think it's the biggest game in the club's history
BBC News 24
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ON the pitch though as they embark on one of the biggest days in the club's history. Last year's Premier League winners are the only English club left in the competition. Captain Wes Morgan has travelled with the team but won't start, because of a bad back. BBC Radio Leicester's Ian Stringer is in Madrid this morning,.
Politico
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He gave friends positive reviews, enemies negative reviews, and usually made sure his own music was reviewed by a stringer (occasionally he did it himself). He routinely slept through performances he was reviewing, had a penchant for making sweeping and sometimes perplexing generalizations, and dismissed beloved works and composers with little explanation.” http://bit.ly/2oewUkl --“ Detective Guevara’s Witnesses,” by BuzzFeed’s Melissa Segura: “Chicago Police Detective Reynaldo Guevara is accused of framing at least 51 people for murder. When a group of mothers, aunts and sisters found that no officials — not the state’s attorney’s office, not the mayor’s office — wanted to take up their cause, the women went in search of justice themselves. Next week a man convicted in one of Guevara’s most dubious cases will be in court for what could be his last chance at freedom.
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game they have to win. Thank you. It looks like a glorious day at the Riverside. One of the real emerging stars of this Premier League season has been Everton's Tom Davies. This week he was rewarded with a new five-year contract. We sent Rachel Stringer to see the teenage Toffee
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Rebel groups have also killed tens of thousands of people, including innocent civilians, though the regime has been more deadly because better-armed. Why was it all right for the regime to use indiscriminate bombing and barrel bombs on civilian neighborhoods, but if they kill some 80 people with gas all of a sudden the Beltway Bandits want to Send in Trump? And by the way, all the time the US was occupying Iraq, 2003-2011, it was intensively bombing civilian neighborhoods to get at Iraqi militias. It certainly killed thousands of innocent civilians this way, including children. I can remember just one Saturday afternoon in 2004, the US bombed Amara over and over again to get at the Shiite Mahdi Army militia. The Agence France Presse had a stringer on the ground who reported 84 deaths. They weren't all combatants. The US media refused to run the AFP report.
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Longtime industrial designer Christopher Stringer, who has been with Apple for 21 years, is leaving the company, reports The Information . Stringer, who is part of Jony Ive's industrial design team and had a hand in designing the iPhone, notably testified in the ongoing Samsung v. Apple legal battle back in 2012. As he's been working alongside Ive for many years, Stringer has had a hand in designing everything from the iPhone and iPad to the Mac over the last 20 years. Ive's industrial design team is notoriously private, so little else is known about Stringer, or where he might be going after Apple. His departure comes nearly two years after Jony Ive took on the role of Chief Design Officer and took a step back from the day-to-day management of the company's design team, a task that now falls to Richard Howarth. Stringer is the second longtime Apple designer to have left Ive's team over the course of the last year.