Sky News
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No, it's will be normal business as usual. They were hoping to stay at the current position that we are, we are in a better position than most
ITV
38 minutes
Ironically, the current tenant Barnet Council will Ironically, the current tenant Barnet Council will be making way for this development, despite being against the small flats. 16 m is quite small. It is about 18 yd. . against the small flats. 16 m is quite small. It is about 18 square.
BBC News 24
an hour
generally needs to be an overhaul. I think Prevent in its current format is toxic, the brand is toxic, in business, once the brand is broken, it's hard to fix. One way the government could start to win trust back, is by having an independent review, taking into consideration the expertise on the.
BBC News 24
an hour
strategy, this specifically the Prevent strand, which isn't doing that, we need something like a prevent but in its current format, Prevent isn't working, the brand is toxic, and we need an.
BBC Parliament
an hour
have similar themes. All these agencies are looking to permit rapid and unimpeded access to deliver humanitarian aid. They are asking to build on the current spending and funding commitments. I don't want previous speaker talked about.
BBC Parliament
an hour
I would also said the damning indictment of the UK foreign policy has become so reliant on this one bilateral relationship, not only in terms of the options it gives the UK in the region, but how it is important to maintain this current level of arms exports. The stories we have heard the.
BBC Parliament
an hour
the local Yemeni community. I commend his huge commitment to shedding light to the crisis and his work on the issue. Madame Deputy Speaker, over the weekend we had the two-year anniversary of the beginning of the conflict in Yemen but I must say that if current political will remains as it is, this conflict will continue. We must take action now. There.
BBC News 24
2 hours
to their group of MSPs to do the SNP's bidding, it is beyond doubt that the Greens have departed from the position they set out at the election last year and no wonder so many of their voters feel be troud by the current shower of Green MSPs. The First Minister argues if Parliament votes this afternoon.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Government mandate is irrefutable. The SNP was elected on a clear commitment that it would review the constitutional arrangements and if necessary, call for the people of Scotland to have a choice if there was a material change of circumstances. That change is upon us and it is clear that in the interests of Scotland and the current process that it is being ignored. A hard Brexit will damage the economy. It would damage the global perception as an inclusive and forward-thinking nation
BBC Parliament
3 hours
out against her will. Presiding officer as I said Scotland is a nation not a region, not a province, not a territory. As a nation it has a right to seek interest and have relationships with other nations, especially in the current circumstances. It is also right that the decision is taken outlined by the Government and that the referendum will be made in Scotland. We will have that conversation and I look forward to that conversation being engaging and uplifting like.
BBC News 24
3 hours
need treatment for drug or alcohol addictions are not getting it. Ten years ago, the prisons ombudsman published a landmark report, making a series of 43 recommendations aimed at improving the care of women in custody. The current ombudsman said it was disheartening that the sweeping reforms had yet to be implemented, and blamed a lack.
Sky News
4 hours
This means not just building new alliances but going even further in working with old friends who have stood alongside asks for centuries. The Parties in Northern Ireland have been given about three weeks to reach a new power-sharing deal. Speaking in the Commons, the Northern Ireland Secretary told MPs the current situtaion cannot be allowed to continue
BBC Parliament
4 hours
heard or that their interests will be served. The status quo has sailed and we are left with uncertain, unknown change. As a nation we can beat tossed here and there by the wind and drift along in a directionless current or we can draw a map or.
BBC News 24
4 hours
The current ombudsman said it was disheartening that the sweeping reforms had yet to be implemented, and blamed a lack of concerted and sustained action. The Ministry of Justice said the safety of prisoners.
BBC Two Wales
5 hours
use the current toll passed despite our government saying it's our right to force it in Wales, all looking in to investigate free flow charged, a lot of capital.
BBC Two Wales
5 hours
want to keep the value of current EU funding in any replacement scheme but Plaid Cymru believes we need more power in Wales to decide how that money is spent. We.
BBC Two Wales
5 hours
received assurances and current staffing levels and we will use this to determine whether the conditions of the grant have been breached. Will you therefore confirm that you will actually try to recoup every.
BBC Parliament
5 hours
Christmas card in the worst cases. Non-resident parents, many fathers, can be airbrushed out of the lives of their children by the current system. We cannot keep telling fathers they have equal responsibilities and then not give them the opportunity to carry them out. Shared parenting and robust enforcement form part of a package of reforms that are needed if we are to bring our family law into the 21st-century
BBC One East
5 hours
The police and crime Bill, given the royal assent in January, places a duty on current police commissioners to consult on the case of adding.
BBC Parliament
5 hours
achieve a fully functioning Executive. Can the Secretary of State tell us if there is more that can be done to ensure representation for Northern Ireland in the Brexit process, given the current circumstances? The obvious answer to the honourable lady is to see an Executive in place, advocating for Northern Ireland, ensuring the voice of Northern Ireland is heard within the government, but also directly in Europe. I will continue to do my work on.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
working together, with something different than doing the same thing again and again? I know this is a gentleman has approached, based on the settlement and legal structures in place. There may be that scope to have the wider debate in the future, but we all about getting the government back on its feet again, seeing governments engaging in a way that will see the executive formed under its current structure,.
BBC Parliament
6 hours
bloody recent history, I think Northern Ireland has earned the absolute right to have a decent future. With my right honourable friend agree with me that a solution to the current impasse is crucial to the economic and social, as well as political, welfare of the children in Northern Ireland? Most, if not all of whom have never known the dark days of the third half of the 20th.
BBC News 24
6 hours
the care of women in custody. The current ombudsman said it was disheartening that the sweeping reforms had yet to be implemented, and blamed a lack of concerted and sustained action
BBC News 24
6 hours
politically realistic? Well, 60 billion euros, that's about £52 billion at current exchange rates, is what I think we can call the European Commission's opening gambit. So how has this eye-wateringly large number been calculated? Well, let's go to our blackboard. Basically, if you take a value for the EU's liabilities, that's the money it owes, and you then subtract value.