ITV
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There are currently more than 12,000 EU regulations in existence. Those that apply to the UK will be transferred into UK law when we leave in 2019. But controversially, government ministers will be given powers to adapt some regulations without a vote in Parliament. My worry is that what they will try and do is say, "We don't have time to debate all of this, just trust us, we will put in the right legislation, we will do it all through what is called secondary legislation,".
Apartment Therapy
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Dream of living in an open, airy, minimal home but find yourself in a beige-hued, standard suburban house? After you pick your jaw up off the floor upon viewing these before and afters of a renovated Cleveland home, you'll likely be inspired and motivated to try your hand at modernizing your own space! READ MORE »
BBC News 24
14 minutes
hearing the wind picking up and getting more intense. There was a few thoughts going through the head then that something could come flying through the window, you know? In Bowen, the Prime Minister flew in to see the scale of the damage and stressed the size of the response. 1300 members of the Army, Navy and air force are here to try and rebuild
BBC News 24
15 minutes
but trade bodies say they'll take on the challenge and experts in nutrition think this is the quickest way to improve our diets. It's actually an advantage that they are voluntary, because the legal process of writing mandatory guidelines is so awkward, so long, people resist it and try and protect their own interests,.
Sky News
15 minutes
crash, and trying to use all of the knowledge to try to figure it what has caused it. Extremely bad weather, pilot error? Catastrophic failure? All these things, forming part of an investigation. It is immediately.
Sputnik International
16 minutes
Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have been accused by European politicians of conducting too many search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean. Government's believe that this type of work done by NGOs is simply undermining their own efforts to try and stem the flow of migration.
Sky News
18 minutes
Revenge porn offenders who try to maximise their victims' distress are to face tougher penalties. Those who send explicit images to their victims' families would face up to two years in jail under new sentencing proposals
BBC News 24
28 minutes
seem to be at the moment on Brexit. Sure, the UK will try to chip away and pick off specific countries on specific issues but at the moment I think they do realise that in unity lies strength. The next step, and Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council is here, and we would.
BBC Parliament
31 minutes
Yes, what we can do in our schools, and help educate young people about the way to treat animals and not to treat them cruelly, is absolutely the right way forward. I have been told that I've only got 15 minutes so I should get on with it. I will try and make a little progress
BBC News 24
32 minutes
away in Brussels arm wrestling with EU ministers to try to get that deal, critical MPs can use this huge legislation to try to cause her difficulties, because legislation can be delayed, it can be amended, it.
BBC News 24
32 minutes
impact of six pages, and delivered in Brussels, still rippling across Europe. Political leaders meeting in Malta had absorbed Britain's political message and were ready to respond. I lot of people are telling us now they will try to reduce the.
Coventry Telegraph
33 minutes
Are you brave enough to try it, though
BBC Parliament
34 minutes
into education to make sure that people know how to look after an animal, because most people do know how to look after animals but there are some families where there is cruelty going on and maybe those children don't know any thing else but what is happening in that home. That is what we have got to try and tackle as well. I know he has taken a grated of intervention and I declare my interest as someone.
BBC Parliament
36 minutes
sentencing would be to send that deterrent because what we want to do is to try and stop this cruelty happening in the first place. This would send the right message if we have at least a five-year sentence and then it will be up to the courts to decide what sentence they actually dished out in the.
BBC News 24
36 minutes
course. Labour was concerned they would try to speed through their repeal Bill at the expense of other issues. All rights and protections.
Sky News
44 minutes
powers. This is a really shabby bill. We are even getting Robert the Bruce powers. If you got the proper Bruce powers. If you consultation on this, that you like, would you say that as an opportunity to try to stick a spoke in the process, or treat it in sense that the will of Kingdom Parliament has been.
Daily Express - Cars
44 minutes
DRIVERS are being warned to stay cautious and try and remove bird poo as soon as it appears on their car or risk costly paintwork repairs.
BBC News 24
an hour
badly drafted, they might simply make a mistake about things. We also are concerned they would try to make changes without there being problem screws Cine without votes on it. He says we're going to make little tweaks
Mashable
an hour
To be fair, we doubt there are many people in this world who would enjoy having fruit projected at their face from a small (but powerful) cannon. Lisa Kudrow really, really doesn't enjoy it though. SEE ALSO: Brace yourself for Victoria Beckham on 'Carpool Karaoke' During an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden , Kudrow and fellow guests Jessica Chastain and Victoria Beckham took part in a game called "Flinch". Basically, they had to stand behind a plastic screen and try not to react when James Corden fired a piece of fruit at them from very close range. There were no winners, but it's fair to say Kudrow, who was too scared to even face the glass, probably came in last. Read more... More about Funny , Game , Uk , The Late Late Show With James Corden , and James Corden
BBC Parliament
an hour
a way of making that happen but the Secretary of State will be aware of concerns that others might try and use this process to get rid of EU laws they have never liked or use these powers to make changes beyond the minimum necessary. Will he therefore commit to consult closely with the select committee on the scope of the Bill and is it his intention to publish the draft but for pre-legislative scrutiny? I will undertake to consult with the select committee on this matter. The.
BBC News 24
an hour
degree of parallel standards, as part of our own national decision, but it will be brought back to this House of Commons and we will make the decision on what is best for this country. The government game, that EU law will remain in place, but the Secretary of State will be aware of concerns that others might try and use this process to get rid of EU laws they've never like to use these powers.
Sky News
an hour
will remain in place. We will need to be aware of concerns that others might try and use this process to get rid of EU laws they have never liked all use these powers to make changes to run the minimum necessary. Fully committed to consult closely with the.
Politico
2 hours
Listen to Playbook in 90 Seconds http://bit.ly/2njhlUa ... Subscribe on iTunes http://apple.co/2eX6Eay ... Visit the online home of Playbook http://politi.co/2f51Jnf START THE SHUTDOWN CLOCKS -- The government shuts down one month from today, and there are just eight legislative days left to pass a spending bill. Our sources tell us that Congress plans to deal with avoiding a shutdown the week of April 24 -- meaning they will push it off until the last minute, and give themselves five weekdays to avoid a shutdown. WHAT CAN GO WRONG?! ABOUT THAT HEALTH BILL … -- PAUL RYAN talks to NORAH O’DONNELL on this morning’s “CBS THIS MORNING”: “What I worry about, Norah, is that if we dont [pass a GOP health care bill], then [Trump will] just go work with Democrats to try and change Obamacare and that’s not -- that’s hardly a conservative thing. ... [I]f this Republican Congress allows the perfect to be the enemy of the good, I worry we’ll push the president into working with Democrats, he’s been suggesting that as much.
BBC Parliament
2 hours
secretary of state continues to work tirelessly with the political parties to try to secure the restoration of the devolved government. Fly-tipping is a light on the lives of residents across my constituency, particularly those living in Plumstead. Can we have a debate about what the government can do in regards to the powers available to local authorities to tackle this problem? The opportunity.