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That story's the lead in the Financial Times. The Mirrorhas a report which suggests that school funding cuts will lead to fewer teachers and bigger class sizes. The Express claims that millions of people will have to work into their 80s due to a lack of retirement savings. And the Star says Ant and Dec's show has hit a ratings high of 12 years. Let's talk schools.
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If they don't, there will be more troubles ahead for Rangers. The great Scottish footballing soap opera, development of the day, Barry Ferguson? He quit as Clyde manager. A lot of talk linking him with Rangers. One bookmaker has made him favoured to be the next Rangers manager.
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Do you think people are allowed to talk about these things? They are human beings and they have as much right of an equal voice as anybody else in my day and see what the problem is ready. And speaking your truth. and talent that is extraordinary and we want to lean into and I enjoy so much watching them and being in their presence and it is an absolute honour.
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1973 was the first time anyone had gotten political about the Oscars, and Marlon Brando had won the Best actor award for the Godfather, and he boycotted the awards and sent Little Feather, to talk about how Red Indians were portrayed in Hollywood.
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You might be able to get a shot of him. I did talk to him very briefly body said that the pandas are apparently part of a charity supports. We tried to make him stop, but it doesn't Rudi Mathee will not whether he gets them or not. The red-carpet is very chaotic and it has only been going for an and already, you get a sense of how crazy it can be.
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And that story's likely to feature prominently in tomorrow's papers. It features in the garden, Jeremy Corbyn has asked his front bench for more time to develop policies. We'll be taking a look at them at Eleven Thirty tonight, with the journalist and Talk Radio presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer and Fleet Street Fox and Daily Mirror columnist, Susie Boniface. Sir Mo Farah has hit back at new doping allegations against him - insisting that he is "a clean athlete".
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We will talk about it later. We are back in an hour. Another interesting story, about tech giants and cyber bullying. This is an issue that concerns people, certainly parents and adults as well, that the story here is Facebook, Twitter and seek to do with extremist and terrorism material, and there has been a concern not enough has been done.
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From my perspective, I'm not a big fan of that as a cultural state we are in. The watching millions have seen political protest at the Oscars before. 1973 was the first time anyone had gotten political about the Oscars, and Marlon Brando had won the Best actor award for the Godfather, and he boycotted the awards and sent Little Feather, to talk about how Red Indians were portrayed in Hollywood.
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Sunwr's friend is willing to talk about her and her father, Omar Raza, on the condition we disguise her identity. In the summer of 2015, Sunwr, now 21, gave up her job and married her boyfriend.
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There's no doubt that we will hear plenty of him in the Oscars that he hasn't taken kindly to the criticism so far. He might want to find something else to talk about. All of these protests are not confined to Hollywood, in central London today there was a screening of a number of stars, for a movie called the salesman, it is in the best language category, but the director is boycotting the Oscars over that travel ban.
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Many MPs with majorities smaller than that of Copeland will hope Mr Corbyn has more to say in the coming weeks. And that story's likely to feature prominently in tomorrow's papers. We'll be taking a first look at them at Ten Thirty tonight, with the journalist and Talk Radio presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer and Fleet Street Fox and Daily Mirror columnist, Susie Boniface.
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To hear Gorsuch, his judicial nomination, talk about the importance of the independent judiciary. To see the women's movement and the Black Lives Matter movement coming together on the streets. I feel that it is galvanizing people in a way that we haven't seen under the last Obama administration. And when I look at people in their 20s who came of political age under Obama, thinking that basically the president is a civilized, benevolent, cerebral, good person.
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We're saying things aren't bad enough. I have to silence you now because I have to play the Trump card. We are going to talk about the 45th President of the United States. I thought that was Nick on there.
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Thank you. Wherever the limit, if we talk about limits perhaps it's 14 or 15. They have to be children like the kinder were. Great, done. Secondly, what was interesting when you look back in history and how it was at the time, the money was purely philanthropic that raised for the Kindertransport.
BBC News 24
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Presidents have always tangled with the press and they don't like bad stories. This is at a level and a degree we simply have not seen before. Of course journalists are bound to be cross about that sort of thing and talk about freedom and so on, but you talk about suppression, but we're not about to elements of civil society.
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The real problem is not immigration, because as we see now that's on a downwards trend following Brexit, is the fact that our UK population is set to increase by 10 million by 2037. That is a problem. That is what we need to talk about. That is why we need to keep our foreign aid budget set at 0.
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My own great-grandfather was one of them, and I think we're going to see his naturalization document when he fled persecution as a Jew from Russia in 1896. He was a embriderer born in Moscow. What we need to talk about is population growth. I don't want to go on, everyone else have a shot.
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Eddie Jones is a very experienced coach. He knows a lot about dictating the news agenda. Naturally he will want people to talk about the refereeing rather than the England performance. He has a point. England had a bonus point. Italy trying to prove they belong in the Six Nations. Here, at Twickenham, they have made their point. In the Women's Six Nations Championship, Ireland narrowly beat France 13-10 to maintain their challenge for the title.
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And presumably advances in technology help our side of things but probably help the other side as well? That is a major difference as well from the IRA threat. They did not have the ability to talk to IRA threat. They did not have the communication methods which are very difficult to monitor by the security services.
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This terror threat is different. If we do have an attack it will be far greater and far worse. It is the old story that the security services need to be lucky all the time and our enemies only have to be lucky once. Absolutely. One attack is a disaster for the UK. We still talk about terror attacks 15 or 20 years ago.
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You must let us talk care of you. After all, that's why you're here... Menacing! Yes, if you don't like dentists, don't watch the next bit. Who does like the dentist? Well, ever since Marathon Man. There are lots of old contraptions in this spa, like the 1950s with the medicine ball, and the tanks with the eels.