STV
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by the paramedics who demonstrated what a civilised society is. The first minister told MSPs there had been a substantial uplift in armed officers on duty as other party leaders warned against scapegoating.
Western Morning News
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Despite being graded inadequate by government inspectors a Devon medical centre has been told it still needs to make improvements. Hatherleigh Medical Centre was graded inadequate after an inspection by the Care Quality Commission in December last year. The medical practice was given a list of problems to address and while some improvements have been made government inspectors are still critical of the way the centre is managed. Safe management of medicines,...
Bleacher Report
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With scouts coming to South Bend Thursday, Kizer was in his element with a chance for him to rewrite the narrative about where his game is at heading into the NFL. Jordan Strack of WTOL-11 captured video of Kizer showing off his footwork as he dropped back to make throws: He's earned rave reviews for his arm talent. NFL.com's Mike Mayock has him ranked as the top quarterback in the 2017 draft class because of all the easy-to-see physical attributes. I think hes the prototype quarterback in the NFL, Mayock told reporters during a pre-combine conference call. Hes at 6-5, 235-, 240-pound quarterback. Hes got a big arm. Hes got a quick release. Hes athletic. Hes smart. Hes got enough athletic ability to move around the pocket. So I love his physical traits. I think hell work hard, and I know hes smart.
The Pentagon
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Politico
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The father of an autistic student against whom Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch ruled in 2008 told senators Thursday that Gorsuch's views threatened his son's access to a quality education and thus to a meaningful and dignified life. Jeffrey Perkins was one of several people testifying for and against Gorsuch's nomination before the Senate Judiciary Committee. He is the father of a student at the center of a 2008 Colorado case in which the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously sided with a school district that the parents claimed was failing to educate their child. Gorsuch wrote the opinion for the court. While the student showed some progress in classes, he didnt seem to retain what he’d learned. Gorsuch wrote the opinion, which reversed three prior rulings, arguing the school had complied with federal disability law because the student needed to show gains that were “merely more than de minimis.
Sputnik International
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The Event Chronicle
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He also reportedly told Sputnik that: “When we talk about CCTV, we mean fixed point systems that cover geographic locations. The police have databases of what cameras are situated where, who they belong to and how the images can be obtained if an incident has taken place nearby. After a crime has taken place, particularly more serious crime and terrorism, officers will wander around looking for cameras that may be of use and obtain their images,” At 8.10am will be speaking live to @NickFerrariLBC about security when Westminster CCTV is switched off @LBC https://t.co/2AgsD9uXXO David Videcette (@DavidVidecette) June 9, 2016 The Independent reports that the disabled camera service contributed to 1,300 average arrests per year, and 600 criminal incidents. For just 75 cameras, this is pretty impressive. Regardless, the system was officially canceled in September 2016 and hasnt been back since.
BBC News 24
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implications of that? It's interesting, he does not follow the profile of what we are told to expect. Young, and impressionable people inspired by something they read on the Internet. It appears he's been connected to.
Mashable
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I'm a millennial and I can't stop oversharing about my sex life. And, while I hate to point the finger, I blame social media I first realised I was a sexual oversharer during a pretty uncomfortable moment with a new housemate someone I barely knew, but was trying to get to know. As I sipped my first coffee of the day, I leant across and told my new housemate something I'd told other friends just days previous. I described, in graphic detail, a sexual escapade; "Rachel," my new housemate said without a hint of a smile. "That is too much information for me. Seriously." SEE ALSO: Facebook's Snapchat clone is perfect for laying down thirst traps for crushes Read more... More about Sex And Relationships , Sex , Social Media , Uk , and Watercooler
Nottingham Evening Post
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A woman has been cleared of being responsible for an arson attack at a flat where her former friend and ex-boyfriend were in bed together.Samantha Harding, 34, of Stoney Houghton Gardens, Snapewood, had denied arson at her trial at Nottingham Crown Court this week.A jury did not convict her of the charge after hearing how she told police she had been in bed at the time and had nothing to do with the crime.She thanked the jury after they returned to court with their not guilty verdict.Prosecutors...
Sputnik International
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SABC Digital News
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The newly elected regional chairperson of the ANC in the Nelson Mandela Bay, Andile Lungisa is refusing to resign from his position. The ANC'S provincial executive committee gave him until today to do so. In a letter to the PEC he says the decision to elect him was taken by branch delegates and members of the PEC. Before he was elected, ANC secretary general, Gwede Mantashe, told him not to stand for election in a lower structure. Lungisa is a member of the ANC'S PEC. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
The Guardian - Network Front
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Presence of political rivals at service in Derry would have been ‘unthinkable’ only a generation ago, priest tells mourners The presence of former political enemies inside a Derry Catholic church at a requiem mass for Martin McGuinness is the ultimate monument to his legacy, mourners at his funeral heard. Thousands attended the mass, including a packed congregation inside St Columbus church, outside in the streets, and at Free Derry Corner where pictures were beamed live on to a giant television screen. They were told it had once been “unthinkable” that McGuinness’s old foes would be here paying their respects in the city to the former IRA leader. Continue reading...
Washington Free Beacon
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London Mayor Sadiq Khan: "I'm not going to respond to a tweet from Donald Trump Jr, I've been doing more important things over the past 24h" pic.twitter.com/JGibM7vWOTCNN (@CNN) March 23, 2017 Khan's response came after Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of U.S. President Donald Trump, tweeted an old article from September about Khan's comments after the bombing in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood. You have to be kidding me?!: Terror attacks are part of living in big city, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan https://t.co/uSm2pwRTjODonald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) March 22, 2017 Khan said at the time that terror attacks are "part and parcel" of living in a major city and that residents should stay vigilant. On Thursday, Khan told CNN that London was returning to normal and the residents would not allow terrorists to destroy their way of life.
Plymouth Herald
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Pupils left waiting for a bus in the cold for more than an hour were reportedly told to go back home by their school. Secondary school students from Ivybridge Community College were due to get the bus from Tavistock Road at 7.50am this morning, but their transport never arrived. Tally Ho! Coaches, which provides the school bus, said there was nothing [they] could do to reach the school children. That's because motorists were faced with up to an hour-and-a-half wait during...
The Event Chronicle
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Just like the previous London attack in July 2005! Watch terror consultant Peter Power confess that his company was runningterror drills” at the exact times and locations that the real bombs went off! Another clue: Thevehicular attack” and “stabbing attackmotifs are Israeli. These are among the types of attacks that have characterized the latest Intifada, or Palestinian war of self-preservation against slow-motion Zionist genocide. (The real Palestinian attacks target Israeli soldiers and settlers , who are defined as Occupation forces and thus legitimate targets under international law; while any attacks targeting civilians should be assumed to be false flags.) Israel wants the West to join its genocidal war on the people of the Middle East. As the Dancing Israelis, part of the Israeli team that blew up the Twin Towers and WTC-7, told the police who arrested them on September 11th, 2001: “We are Israelis.
BBC News 24
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heart of democracy. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, told MPs we are not afraid, she said, our resolve will never waver in the face of terrorism. What has happened here yesterday, she said, was an.
The Economist - United States
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Sporting body armour and a rifle, and backed by a phalanx of officers, he told the Gremlins they would “be hunted”, railing in particular against one “uneducated 125-pound punkwhom he vowed to meet “any time, anywhere…You wont walk away.” Such... Continue reading
BBC News 24
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In the last half hour here at Kings College Hospital, they were treating it patience. We have been told they have discharged three of those patients. They had been in a stable condition. Here tonight, they are still treating six patients, two of them are still in a critical condition, four of them are in a stable.
Western Daily Press
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An American hip hop group appear to have told their fans they will be playing at Glastonbury festival this year. So far headliners Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran have been confirmed by organisers but some other acts have self-confirmed. Nile Rodgers, Kris Kristofferson and Wiley have all said in one way or another that they will be coming to the iconic Somerset music event. And they've been joined by Run the Jewels, who emailed their fans to let their fans know about their summer...
The Economic Times
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"We need to transform Uttar Pradesh from a 'Bimaru' state to a fully developed one."The government should be able to fulfil expectations of the people by ensuring a corruption-free government in the state, he told MPs.This was PM Modi's first meeting with the BJP MPs from Uttar Pradesh after the party's victory in the state assembly election.In coming days, Modi is scheduled to held five more such informal meetings with party MPs from different regions.
Sky News
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accessiblecustomerservice@sky.uk it. They told us this afternoon about the name Khalid Masood, the man responsible. That'll come from.
Lancashire Telegraph
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A MOTHER has spoken of the terrifying moment she was told her son had been injured in Wednesday’s fatal terrorism attack in London.