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much more alarming. Wake up and be careful. It's not as harmless as you think, that you can take it like cookies. It has side effects. This isn't about ban or hard to come by these substances or supplements, it's.
The Herald - Crime
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A SERIES of potentially lethal flaws in Holyrood security have been uncovered in the wake of the terror attack in Westminster which left five people dead including the killer.
Daily Mail - Sport
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England manager Gareth Southgate has urged the Wembley crowd to create an atmosphere that is respectful of the tributes which will be paid in the wake of last week’s London terror attack.
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small. What worries EU leaders is that in the wake of Brexit, their.
Daily Mail - YOU
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Dawn tells YOU how - after her dreams of TV stardom fizzled out - it took a wake-up call from her famous husband Chris O’Dowd to reboot her career in a new direction.
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through Congress last night. Today he tweeted... According to Sky sources, Tesco is close to agreeing to pay a huge fine in the wake of an accounting scandal that saw.
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Thousands of people took to the streets of Rome on Saturday, to take part in an anti-European Union rally organised by the National Movement for Sovereignty (MNS), as EU leaders met in the Italian capital to renew the 60 year-old Treaty of Rome, which founded the EU. Protesters, who marched from Piazza Dell'Esquilino to Piazza Venezia, held banners that read "No to a Europe of gender and gay adoptions" and chanted nationalist slogans. The former Mayor of Rome, Gianni Alemanno, who was present, declared that the Treaty of Rome "has been betrayed" because "they wiped out national sovereignty." The rally comes in the wake of a rise of nationalism, far-right groups and euro-scepticism within Europe, including a number of movements for nations to withdraw from the EU. Gianni Alemanno, Former Mayor of Rome (Italian): "Against banks and austerity: the only solution is sovereignty.
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a huge fine in the wake of the accounting scandal that saw the company overstate its profits by more than £320 million. The precise size of the financial penalty that Tesco could pay was unclear on Saturday, but one legal source said that the number currently under discussion was "well in excess" of £100 million
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After a few minutes the results are in. I just feel like I've got my leg back. Nine torturous months of pain over. I was miserable. I'd wake up in the night with almost like a deep ache, I suppose. It took a while for me to kind of find myself again and find that.
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in Rome, the gatherings were small. What worries EU leaders is that in the wake of Brexit, their opponents, far right forces, are energised right now. For the summit, the leaders are.
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I just feel like I've got my leg back. Nine torturous months of pain over. I was miserable. I'd wake up in the night with almost like a deep ache, I suppose. It took a while for me to kind of find myself again and find that strength and get back to where I need to be mentally
BBC News 24
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What worries EU leaders is that, in the wake of Brexit, it's their opponents, Eurosceptic nationalist forces, that are energised right now
Sky News
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According to Sky Sources, Tesco is close to agreeing to pay a huge fine in the wake of the accounting scandal that saw the company overstate its profits by more than £320 million. The precise size of the financial penalty that Tesco could pay was unclear on Saturday, but one legal source said.
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And you can watch a special programme on Wednesday's events, Terror in Westminster, at 8:30pm, here on Sky News. According to Sky Sources, Tesco is close to agreeing to pay a huge fine in the wake of the accounting scandal that saw.
Mondoweiss
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He thought life was too short not to join them. After he began voting against Israel he was stunned by how many other congressmen on the private congressional elevator would thank him for voting that way even after they had voted for Israel. They said they had no choice. These people were not just voting against their constituents’ interests, but against their own convictions. Both Rahall and Moran said young Jews were going to make a difference. Moran said that when the arc of justice turns it’s going to be because of young Jewish men and women on campuses who are reading and are of the same ilk as the Jews who disproportionately turned around the civil rights movement. “They were the ones who came down from the north. Many of them lost their lives.” Moran got emotional. In my seat I started to lose it. When the young Jews wake up, he said, then they will share the information and ultimately the Congress will follow.
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According to Sky Sources, Tesco is close to agreeing to pay a huge fine in the wake of the accounting scandal that saw the company overstate its profits by more than £320 million. The precise size of the financial penalty that Tesco could pay was unclear on Saturday, but one legal source said.
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I have played the first part and all I can say to easy it is definitely worth the wait. You wake up from a 600 years space journey, you have left Earth try to find a new home for humanity, the planet that you arrive at hoping his game of your new home doesn't quite look as it did in the photo but it has been 600.
Nottingham Evening Post
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The community of St Ann's was shocked to wake up on Thursday morning to find an area cordoned off by police. A murder investigation had been launched after police were called to the Premier Express store, in Robin Hood Street, just before 9.30pm on Wednesday. The man was taken to Queen's Medical Centre but died of the injuries he had sustained. Police later said it was a knife crime incident. Read more: Policeman warned for paying £2 for homeless man's stolen biscuits Here's...
BBC News 24
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It will cool down quickly this evening. It will turn into a chilly night, the Gloucester forward tonight for British summer Time. Don't get cut out, you get an hour less sleep unfortunately. A cold night out there under those clear skies, temperatures similar to recent night is falling down to single figures. First thing in a morning, the sorts of single figures. First thing in a morning, the sorts of numbers likely. Any more room areas, morning, the sorts of numbers likely. Any more room areas, you could wake up the touch of Frost particular parts.
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More cloud across the far northern isles in Scotland, that will be it basically. If few missed patches, in a will be it basically. If few missed patches, in a few rural spots. If you wake patches, in a few rural spots. If you wake up to a bit of gloom, don't worry, that will clear away and the sun.