BBC News 24
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We'll speak to one of the team behind the discovery. If you've ever kept a diary, would you let anyone else read it? We'll hear how your journal could help future historians find out what life today was really like. All that still to come.
Sky News
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Hall I-ford's behind bars, where prisoners are preparing for jobs they've been offered on the inside. This man is coming to the end of a two-year sentence, training to be a bike mechanic in the UK store. How does the government expect us to change without giving us the tools to change? You know what I'm saying? This is my tool, this is my opportunity.
Sky News
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The Met Office warning that it could have an impact in terms of structural damage, transport disruption. We've heard Aer Lingus have cancelled all their flights between England and Ireland. Storm Doris is currently around Northern Ireland. We've seen winds and also the waves lap up the sea wall in county Mayo this morning, certainly pictures being filmed by people living in those areas, but certainly Aberystwyth here is no stranger to storms.
ITV
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Thank you. It's the countdown to the Oscars on Sunday night - Ross is in Los Angeles, where the official after party will be held. Ross you've been speaking to the host of the show, Jimmy Kimmel? I certainly is the grand ballroom.
ITV
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NASA scientists have announced they've found several other planets like Earth where extra-terrestrial life could exist. Luke Farrington has more. In the great vastness of space, it's a bit like searching for life in a country the size of the USA, and finding it in your own back garden.
Sky News
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I've got a red-headed daughter, she's the same in the summer. They all come out. Be a bit careful. They lie dormant in the winter and come out to play in the sun. What did you find? This is something that you would have thought already existed: a watch for people who are - Not another new watch! This week, our whole wrist is covered.
Sky News
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As soon as summer comes out, therapy everywhere. But apparently, people with freckles want them all year round. Women are paying £200 to have them essentially tattooed on their face. Jackie is tapping me on the arm to say you've got one! You can say you've got one if you want.
Sky News
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A special relationship right there! Let's look at the inside pages of today's papers? We've all picked out a story each that's caught our eye. Mine is from The Times today. It's all about freckles. I have the best of both worlds. In winter, they hibernate.
BBC News 24
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The law doesn't seem to be working at the moment, we've got people obviously being caught and going through the justice system but actually the whole point system seems to be making a mockery of that. Drivers are getting away with repeatedly breaking the law. Motorists with 12 points can appeal to a magistrates court like this one and claimed that a driving ban would deliver exceptional hardship on their lives, meaning they lose a job or be unable to care for a family member.
Sky News
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You've got the high-flyers of London, and you've got people struggling in areas like Barton Hill, St Paul's. It's just sad, really. It is just like the forgotten areas, forgotten people.
Sky News
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For those families, a project like this in the holidays is a lifeline. Is it Luke's has helped generations of people here in Bristol at pick-up time, you find plenty of grateful parents. In the holidays, I've got four children of my only and my two step children are staying with me, so six altogether.
Sky News
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So what is the reason? Snow in the north, then, winds in the south. Obviously, warnings, what is physically going to be happening today? What can we expect? It is not the worst storm we've ever had. We've got a really nice picture to show you on the radar. Because the depression is what we are watching. The storm is called Doris. It rapidly deepened yesterday. This is the swirl of low pressure.
Sky News
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The amber warnings aren't issued lightly. They need to prepared, really heavy snow at higher ground but possibly down at lower levels in the central belt and the amber warning further south, that's the wind, and I know we've been talking about the winds hitting the West Coast of Ireland, but inland gales today will cause all sorts of problems - transport disruption.
Sky News
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The storm is around Northern Ireland. We've seen pictures of county Mayo, winds lapping up against the sea wall there. It's pretty fiery conditions. The Met Office are describing this was a "weather bomb" and Storm Doris due to hit around ten o'clock.
Sky News
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Further south, strong winds are already whipping up, and those amber warnings will be in place until eight o'clock tonight. Sky's Rebekah Williams is live on the prom in addition at Aberystwyth. Tell us what the situation is there this morning. So far, we've seen winds of around 55 miles an hour.
BBC News 24
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Ross McEwan at RBS is working his way through quite well. The pace of change is a lot harder. Lloyds, when you look back at it, was a subversive of problems but they've done a very good job turning it around.
BBC News 24
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A crowdfunding project to raise money to repair the damaged headstones led by American Muslims has now raised more than four times its $20,000 target. Police in North Dakota have begun arresting protesters who've been trying to get an oil pipeline there re-routed.
BBC News 24
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The more we look, the more planets we find and the more Earth-like planets we find, but this is especially exciting because this, sort of, ultra-cool star that we've discovered, they're quite populous throughout our galaxy, and it's the first time we've had planets going around a star like this and we've found seven of them.
BBC News 24
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Oh, I can see lightings and stuff playing. I've been discovering some of the latest ways that the technology is being used to help the visually impaired. It all starts with a spot of virtual reality. OK.
BBC News 24
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And, of course, they've got a drone, equipped with a rotating lidar sensor, the team is using it to autonomously quickly scan the island from above. I'm covering this whole clearing here in, I think it was 14 minutes and that will have all of this area mapped from above - to walk it and capture all the low stuff, I reckon you're probably looking at half an hour, 40 minutes, maybe longer.
BBC News 24
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So the lights in this room will change colour depending on what's happening, but it's only part of what's going on. So if I just hit this button here, we get the largest screen I've ever seen. LAUGHS. And that giant screen size is thanks to a pretty expensive Forke projector.
BBC News 24
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The more we look, the more planets we find and the more Earth-like planets we find, but this is especially exciting because this, sort of, ultra-cool star that we've discovered, they're quite populous throughout our galaxy, and it's the first time we've had planets going around a star like this and we've found seven of them.
BBC News 24
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Well we are extremely excited. This is the biggest amount of planets that we've found in one go that look like the Earth in composition, size and mass. All seven are close enough to the star and far enough to the star that they could host liquid water, and that's just incredible. This is the latest revelation in a wave of discoveries over the past 25 years of new worlds that exist in solar systems beyond our own.
BBC News 24
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To take a handful of local authorities, in Lewisham, they've offered 23 places for unaccompanied minors, only one of those has been filled since that offer was made. Also aware of the real disjuncture between the National Transfer Scheme and the devolved administrations in Scotland and Wales, and if the Dubs provision is conflated with the National Transfer Scheme, it denies those nations the opportunity to make a full contribution we believe they desire to.