ITV
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won nothing since. In the presence of true greatness. Thank you. I feel the greatness racing our sofa. To be you guys, World Cup winners, how has that affected your lives you guys, World Cup winners, how has that affected your lives?.
ITV
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It is good, it changes your life to be part of a national event. 50 years ago. Puts you in a different category and only 11 of those won it. The memories last for ever
Al Jazeera
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Sky News
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to gaffes. You are quite right. I think the fact that borrows is quite popular, there are fears at Number ten that it could be seen as him having won the election, rather than Theresa May being able to claim it.
Sky News
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do around the TV interviews as well, we will just have to say Day see what he has to say. This is the Asperger Syndrome hacker, who has won the right to appeal his extradition to the. Yeah, so here is the son of the vicar. We.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Jobless Michael Renshaw won fake £20 bank notes in a card game but backed a loser when he tried to buy a £1.50 coffee. The funny money was immediately spotted by cafe staff who handed it back, magistrates in Nottingham heard.Renshaw, 50, had already received similar treatment when he went into a beauty shop to buy soap. In this case, the worker told him the note was counterfeit and confiscated it, said Lee Shepherd, prosecuting.A third attempt also failed when Renshaw went into a...
Western Daily Press
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ITV
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Out of the single market and customs union and there won't be free movement of people and there will be hopefully a well negotiated Brexit but may not be a deal. What tax is a car manufacturer going to have to pay to France and Germany? From Swindon. When I cast.
Sky News
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Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool. Again, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, they beat Arsenal at home, and then the last Sunday they won against Liverpool. I.
Manchester Evening News - Sport
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ITV
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It will be a crucial issue, won't it? This Prime Minister's Questions. A head-to-head clash that we will not get in the election campaign. They will throw everything at each other in the House of Commons and Labour will stand up and say they will give nurses.
MSNBC
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Leicester Mercury
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Fight fans are demanding a rematch between Leicester's Jahmaine Smyle and Darryll Williams after their fight-of-the-year contender on Saturday night.The ferocious bout went the South Londoner's way on a split points vote after 10 tremendous rounds of gruelling, back-and-forth action at the Leicester Arena.Fans took to social media to ask promoter Frank Warren to stage a rematch.Smyle said: There has to be a rematch. The only reason there won't be a rematch is if Darryll doesn't want...
Leicester Mercury
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Matt Ellis is unlikely to forget the day he flew home from his honeymoon in Thailand.He stepped off a plane in the middle of the night and snatched a few hours' sleep before playing a key role as Sileby won their first-round clash in the Royal London Club Championship.Ellis shone with bat and ball as Sileby edged out Derbyshire visitors Ticknall in one of the most topsy-turvy games imaginable.After winning the toss, Ticknall made smooth progress to 63-0 in the 16th over.Then seamer Ellis,...
ABC News - New South Wales
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The Sun Daily - World News
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"We need to be extremely serious and mobilised, and not to think it's a done deal, because a vote is earned, it's fought for," said Hollande, who on Monday had urged voters to back Macron and called Le Pen a "risk" for France. After winning Sunday's contest with 24.1% to Le Pen's 21.3%, Macron gave an exuberant victory speech followed by a high-profile celebration at a famous Paris bistrot, drawing fire from some. Socialist Party boss Jean-Christophe Cambadelis told French radio: "He was smug. He wrongly thought that it was a done deal. It's not a done deal." Le Pen herself joined the bashing, saying "all French people saw that he had the feeling he'd already won. It's not very respectful of democracy, of the voters". Macron defended the bistrot gathering in a France 2 television interview on Tuesday evening. "I have no regrets. I take full responsibility," he said firmly, adding his guests were mostly campaigners who deserved a night out after a year of tireless work.
The Sun Daily - World News
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PARIS: French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday rejected accusations he was resting on his laurels after winning the first round of the election, insisting "nothing's won yet" in the race against the far right's Marine Le Pen. The 39-year-old centrist said his victory in Sunday's first round of voting was proof that pollsters - who had long placed him second to Le Pen in the opening round - "get it wrong". "Nothing's won yet," Macron said during a visit to a hospital near Paris. "I will continue to fight for two weeks... I will defend the progressive camp to the end," the ex-banker bidding to become France's youngest-ever president said. Earlier, President Francois Hollande appeared to admonish his former economy minister for not taking the fight to Le Pen over the past two days. Le Pen, 48, was first out of the blocks after the first round, visiting Paris' main wholesale food market and giving a TV interview in which she accused the pro-EU Macron of representing "runaway globalisation" and lacking love for his country.
Daily Express - Football
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TIME - Top Stories
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Viola Davis , one of the members of the 2017 TIME 100 , gave a moving toast at the TIME 100 Gala Tuesday night. Everybody in this room, I'm sure at some point, has gone through something in their lives, and you survived it, Davis said. But not only did you survive it, you took that trauma, and that hurt, that revelation, or whatever it was, and you used it to connect, to give, to influence, to help, and that is the beauty and the purpose of what we are here on this Earth to do. Davis who stars in How to Get Away With Murder and won an Oscar this year for her role in Fences , based on August Wilson's play of the same name shared a story of when she traveled to Gambia when she was studying at Juilliard. Davis said she was on a compound of the Mandinka tribe when women called Kenyala, who were infertile, performed a ritual where hundreds of people would gather and scream and sing.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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A HISTORIC tradition afforded to only a few dignitaries is to be revived in Wimborne this month.
Bournemouth Daily Echo
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PLANS to bulldoze a house and replace it with 10 new properties have been shelved after a storm of protest.
South China Morning Post
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The euro remained robust on Wednesday morning, poised to gain for a fifth consecutive day after centrist Emmanuel Macron won the first round of the French presidential election. The euro strengthened 0.09 per cent, or 10 basis points, to 1.0936 as of 11.50 am, compared with 1.0926 late Tuesday. On Tuesday, it hit a five-and-a-half-month high. Investors seemed to have increased their bets on the presidency of market favourite Macron, who is set to face far-right anti-EU candidate Marine Le Pen...
Politico
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Pruitt has emerged in recent weeks as one of the administration's leading critics of the 2015 Paris deal, calling it a bad deal for America in a recent interview. An EPA spokesman confirmed Pruitt attended the NMA meeting, saying that he discussed the problems with the Paris agreement.” The NMA board's decision is the latest evidence of the split within the coal industry over the Paris deal. Several major coal companies have signaled their openness to the U.S. remaining in the Paris agreement if the White House can negotiate more global support for technology that would reduce the carbon footprint of coal. But other coal companies, including Murray Energy, which is led by Trump supporter Robert Murray, are vociferously opposed to the accord, which has won the backing of nearly 200 nations. The NMA vote was 26-5, with some members abstaining, according to one source.
Bleacher Report
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McCoy's most valuable asset, though, is his rim protection. A mobile athlete with a 7'0" wingspan, per DraftExpress .com , McCoy can serve as a one-man wrecking crew below the free-throw line based on the way he blocks shots and deters penetrating guards from hoisting them in the first place. For the Runnin ' Rebels, nabbing McCoy is a major win considering powerhouses such as Arizona, Oregon and Michigan State were in hot pursuit of the McDonald's All-American. But now that he's signed on with UNLV, McCoy projects as an instant-impact contributor who should slot into the starting lineup from the moment he arrives on campus. McCoy's ability to protect the rim is a true game-changer, and the Rebels won't be able to keep a player of his defensive caliber on the bench for long stretches. McCoy could stand to add some weight as his time in Sin City progresses, but he should be able to hold his own as a defensive ace who can also provide stability on the other end by carving out deep post position or stepping out and knocking down mid-range jumpers.