The Cornishman
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Associated Press
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Evening Standard - Business
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Fashion house Thom Browne is to open its first British store in a Mayfair street that is being transformed into a hub for international brands.
Leicester Mercury
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The man accused of murdering a woman whose body was discovered in a suitcase in Leicester appeared in court today. Ashwin Daudia, of Lyme Road, Leicester, has been charged with the murder of mother-of-two Kiran Daudia. The 46-year-old's body was discovery in an alleyway off Cromer Street, near Evington Road, on Tuesday. Officers say they were called to the scene at 9.36am after a member of public found the body in a suitcase. Yesterday, Ms Daudia's family paid tribute to her yesterday,...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SEXUAL predator who targeted a 12-year-old girl as she was walking her dog before going to school has been jailed for 15 months. She was left shocked by what happened and was later afraid to go to school on her own, a court heard. Florin Fechete, 33, of Smith Street, Scunthorpe, admitted sexually assaulting the girl on September 26. Jeremy Evans, prosecuting, told Grimsby Crown Court that the girl was walking her dog in Sheffield Street, Scunthorpe, at about 7.07am. More: Jailed:...
MacRumors
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Video consumption is growing on Facebook, and Apple is rumored to be adding video to its music service. ...The BBC has become the first major linear network to announce plans to go binge-first with new seasons, favoring internet over linear viewers. We presume HBO is not far behind the BBC. In short, it’s becoming an internet TV world, which presents both challenges and opportunities for Netflix as we strive to earn screen time. Netflix said it planned to release more than 1,000 hours of original programming this year, up from 600 hours in 2016. It also said it had recently signed a deal with comedian Jerry Seinfeld to stream Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee as well as two new stand-up specials and other shows he will develop. Netflix announced earnings of 15 cents per share and revenue of 2.48 billion, beating Wall Street expectations of earnings at 13 cents per share.
Plymouth Herald
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A man punched a woman in the face during an assault at a Stonehouse property.Police want to hear from any witnesses to the incident, which happened in Manor Street between 7pm and 8pm on Saturday, January 7.A 32-year-old Plymouth man, who police say is known to the victim, was arrested on suspicion of ABH and has been released on bail until Monday, February 6.NEXT STORY: Allotments champion took his own life after being accused of sex offencesThe woman was left with bruising on her face...
Bristol Post
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Morrisons is recalling some batches of Market Street cupcakes because they have cereals containing gluten (wheat, barley, rye, oats), milk, egg, soya and fish.None of these ingredients are mentioned on the label and they could be a possible health risk for anyone with an allergy.If you have bought the products return them to store immediately, where a refund will be given.Read more: White van driver high on cocaine tried to out run police - courtThere are also point-of-sale notices...
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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A SEXUAL predator who targeted a 12-year-old girl as she was walking her dog before going to school has been jailed for 15 months. She was left shocked by what happened and was later afraid to go to school on her own, a court heard. Florin Fechete, 33, of Smith Street, Scunthorpe, admitted sexually assaulting the girl on September 26. Jeremy Evans, prosecuting, told Grimsby Crown Court that the girl was walking her dog in Sheffield Street, Scunthorpe, at about 7.07am. More: Jailed:...
Manchester Evening News - What's On
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Nottingham Evening Post
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Possibly the oldest-established central Nottingham catering establishment to have been waiting for my inspection is the Moulin Rouge, off Trinity Square. I put that right on Wednesday and rather enjoyed the experience.The sit-down chippie is possibly named after the Moulin Rouge, the cinema sited around the corner in Milton Street until 1970 and which was named in turn after the Parisian Moulin Rouge cabaret club, reputed birthplace of the knicker-flashing can-can.Read more: Smokers count the...
Liverpool Echo
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KyivPost
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Derby Telegraph
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Long-time devotees of ITV soap Coronation Street should easily spot a famous face on this photograph showing members of Derby's London School of Dancing. The lady third from the right is none other than the late Pat Phoenix, who played feisty character Elsie Tanner in the popular series. She was attending a fund-raising dance at the school in 1962. Do you recognise anyone else on the photo?
Voice Of America
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“We’re going to have to ask people who are already powerless, or exposed, or likely to be hit by somebody on the street — they are going to have to take more risks, and we are going to have to have their back.” Sanctuary, then and now What is known as the “sanctuary movement” began in the 1980s when congregations across the United States began providing shelter to asylum-seekers fleeing civil war in Central America. Today, millions of undocumented immigrants from all walks of life may seek sanctuary. In New York City alone, 1 in 3 residents was born outside the United States, and half a million are undocumented. Immigrant-friendly organizations that played a role in protecting immigrants more than 36 years ago are again overburdened with requests. Like 40 other cities and 364 counties nationwide, New York is a sanctuary city. Since 1989, it has limited assistance to federal authorities that might result in an undocumented immigrant’s deportation.
Deal News
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A small section of a Kent high street has been out of bounds since Sunday, January 8, after a member of the public raised safety concerns
Leicester Mercury
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The man accused of murdering a woman whose body was discovered in a suitcase in Leicester will appear in court today. Ashwin Daudia, of Lyme Road, Leicester, has been charged with the murder of mother-of-two Kiran Daudia. The 46-year-old's body was discovery in an alleyway off Cromer Street, near Evington Road, on Tuesday. Officers say they were called to the scene at 9.36am after a member of public found the body in a suitcase. Yesterday, Ms Daudia's family paid tribute to her...
Voice Of America
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Obama’s were about 2,100 words and 2,400 words. At the end of the ceremony, the Obamas will exit the Capitol and resume their lives as private citizens. Inside the Capitol, a lunch will be held in honor of the new administration. Trump and Pence will then travel back down Pennsylvania Avenue in a parade to the White House. The parade features floats, citizen groups and bands to entertain the thousands of people who line the street. Friday night, Trump is to attend three official inaugural balls, a tradition that dates back to 1809. Many other unofficial balls will be held in Washington. Saturday Saturday morning brings the last official event with the National Prayer Breakfast at 10 a.m. at Washington National Cathedral.
Lincolnshire Echo
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Politico
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But nuclear experts and former presidential aides offered some detail and historical context for what they call a harrowing glimpse at a nightmare scenario. Confronting the reality of nuclear war has left past presidents deeply moved, even shaken. In his 1999 memoir, Bill Clinton’s former spokesman George Stephanopoulos described seeing Clinton emerge from his nuclear briefing, held at 7 a.m. on the morning of his inauguration. “The man who would soon command the most powerful military force in the world emergedsilent and more somber than I’d ever seen him,” Stephanopoulos wrote. Clinton wasnt the only one moved. Stephanopoulos recalled that George H.W. Bush’s outgoing national security adviser, retired Gen. Brent Scowcroft, “slipped out of Blair House and into the street with tears reddening the rims of his eyes.” Trump himself has spoken about the horror of nuclear weapons.
Politico
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Many on the left view Schumer warily, suspicious of his breaks with Obama on Israel and Iran, his close ties to Wall Street and his reputation for cutting deals and hogging the spotlight. The base wants McConnell-style, uncaring and unapologetic obstruction, or at least the old Harry Reid, burn-the-place-down and taunt-the-flames kind of pushback. There’s already a vast library of liberal freak-out think pieces about Schumer’s refrain that he’s not going to say no to bills just because they have Trump’s name on them. Asked about what he’s been telling Trump in their private phone calls, Schumer is coy. “I said, ‘You ran against both the Democratic and Republican establishments—if you do that as president, you could get some things done, but if you just let the hard right capture your presidency, like with the Cabinet appointments,’” Schumer recounts, “‘it could well be a flop.
The Cornishman
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Evening Standard
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A row between a traffic warden and a group of Orthodox Jewish men sparked a chaotic street scuffle "over a parking ticket", it was claimed today.
Scunthorpe Telegraph
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Drivers are being warned to expect delays as planned roadworks are set to begin in Scunthorpe. Work will be carried out on Ashby High Street by Gas Transportation to excavate a footpath to make a new gas connection. More: Jailed: Sadistic mum who starved and abused three girls - forcing one to drink out of a toilet bowlTraffic control will be in place while the work is being carried out. The roadworks will be in place from January 20 until January 22.Read today's top stories Follow us on...