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The 2008 EU amendment Act made clear that the term EU as used in legislation includes Uratum. It's a separate treaty-based organisation but uses the same organisations as the EU. So as a matter of EU law, as well as UK law, the treaties are uniquely joined.
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.. Not wise, perhaps, in the current context to engage in that kind of an act, illeagl or not. Well, we are a sovereign state. For our defence and for being ready to defend ourselves, you see, if you were in Iran for eight years when everybody, including the United States, you remember the tilt towards Iraq. You are talking about the 1980s and the war? I'm talking about the 1980s, our people do not forget the fact that they were being bombarded.
Sky News
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Namely, on one hand you meet your commitment, yours Nato Amendment act 2% GDP, and at the same time you resume aggressively in the best sense of that word an attempt to come to terms with Putin's Russia anyway that ensures our security, and at least opens a proper channel of communication with him.
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I kind of just want to go out and jsut walk for the day. You know when you just want to wander, just get out of your head? Just for today I will strive to forgive rather than to be forgiven. I will try to act in such a way that I feel worthy of self-love.
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I do not think you can say that. Look at what we learnt about the Russians? Systematic doping in Russia, doping executive who blew the whistle plus his partner who did dope for a while, you have worked with them and they have told you that it was on an industrial scale? But going back for decades. In the very recent past, industrial scale. The world anti- doping agency, the rate double a F, -- IAAF, have spent years telling us they act cleaning it out.
Sky News
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Maria Miller, the qualities and the women and equality is leader of the select committee said that this is the kind of thing that needs to be addressed, she said it is right that the government sent out a really clear message to Internet companies that enough is enough and we have to act or face sanctions. That is the kind of thing that the government could look at doing, fining companies if they don't deal with this issue.
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But partly because of a more cynical reason. We have been so involved in the Islamic world that we have needed a kind of justification for being there. One of those is that the Islamic world has not got its act together and we need to be there.
Sky News
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But we spoke to Maria Miller earlier, the chairwoman of the equality Select Committee for women and we spoke to her about what would happen regarding this parliamentary inquiry, she said that this abuse, although intent upon MPs, does reflect wider society and something like that was to happen, it should at abuse in office spaces and in schools as well, particularly on young children. sanctions on those if they fail to act and using that money then, to better educate people in schools.
Sky News
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She came up with a Parliamentary enquiry to look into this. I've spoken to other MPs who admit this is a problem and they join her call for the intranet companies to be under pressure. Not every MP agrees with to act is one thing.
Sky News
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We will give the prison inspector new teeth so he is able to say whether a prison is succeeding in that failing. If it is failing, I will have to act.
BBC News 24
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Some people even say it could have been the inspiration for break dancing. It is called scissor dancing and I am going to see if I can make the cut. The origin of the Peruvian scissor dance is shrouded in mystery. But many believe the tradition began in the highlands of the Andes as an act of worship to the mountain gods.
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No matter what the opposition is saying about me. I will act in the best interests of all of you. I am committed to creating and supporting initiatives dear to my heart, which will have an impact on women and children all around the world.
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Of the political divide. I will always stay true to myself and be truthful to you. No matter what the opposition is saying about me. CHEERING I will act in the best interest of all of you. I'm committed to creating and supporting initiatives dear to my heart.
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This ground is drying out all the time will stop but he is a class act. The step up will bring out the best in him. This is a than the others.
Sky News
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Now it is a case of keeping that edge. Stay with us. Still to come: would you download an act to help pregnant women get a seat on the train? Now for the Tech news was that the Queen has been earning that the threat of hackers this week. Her Majesty opened a new cyber Security Centre which launched last year. Experts say Britain faces an increasing threat from cyber attacks.
Sky News
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The problem that Theresa May has identified is that the solutions for dealing with it are equally as complex and she introduced an Act in 2015, rather a new offence, which was controlling and coercive behaviour defence, which was designed to deal with those things where there may not be physical signs of abuse but the abuse is going on.
Sky News
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Let's talk to our political correspondent Tamara Cohen, live in Westminster. It looks like it is going in the right direction, but the Prime Minister says it is not enough. She says thousands of women are being denied justice because the crime is under reported across the country, and rates of conviction vary dramatically depending on where you are. She wants to work with police and prosecutors over the next year on a new act of Parliament, which she says will simplify the law around domestic violence, bring together the number of offences, and give more support to the victims.
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She wants to work with police and prosecutors on a new act of Parliament that will simplify the law around domestic violence. It will be clearer what perpetrators should be charged with, and give more support to victims. The Prime Minister made it clear that this was a personal crusade for her.
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These temperatures are real, possibly even 16 degrees, crazy for this time of years. Some people are going to have a really nice day on Monday. I fear we are going to get caught in the rain. The Prime Minister says victims of domestic violence are being "let down by the legal system" and is promising to increase convictions for what she describes as a "life shattering and abhorrent crime". Theresa May has announced new laws as part of a Domestic Violence and Abuse Act, which it's hoped will raise awareness and lead to more prosecutions.
Sky News
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What Theresa May wants to do is work with police and prosecutors to come up with a new act of Parliament which would essentially simplify the law around domestic violence, bring a number of different offences together and give more support of the victims. This is what the Prime Minister said in a statement... Domestic she will be leading this drive personally.
Sky News
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That is right. Despite the figures you have shown, Theresa May said thousands of victims of domestic abuse are being let down by the justice system. What she wants do is work with police and prosecutors over the next year or 18 months to draw up a new Act of Parliament which would essentially simplify the law, bring together a number of different offences, and offer more support to victims, because currently two women per week are being killed by a violent partner in England and whales.
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