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Rylan has QUIT Twitter [ITV] The This Morning presenter, 28, is usually an avid social media icon, regularly tweeting to fans what he's doing and where. But since facing HUGE backlash over his new gameshow 'taking over' from Bradley Walsh’s The Chase, it seems the X Factor star has decided to completely remove his Twitter page because of troll comments. The Chase will be taken off air for a whole month while Rylan’s new show tries out the coveted 5pm slot – something ...
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Another area of the Glastonbury festival has announced its line-up for 2017. Rumours circulated earlier that Silver Hayes would announce its line-up today (April 25). The area has delivered by tweeting its jam packed line-up poster. Acts featured on the poster include Mike Skinner (known for The Streets), Shaggy, Fatboy Slim, Addison Groove and Lucy Gallant. BELOW: The line-up poster tweeted out by Silver Hayes. Radiohead will headline the first day of music on the Pyramid Stage at...
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School run mums and dads could find themselves on the end of a fixed penalty after police in Devon issued a warning.A constable says some inconsiderate parents are putting the lives of children at risk, and they will use their ppwers to make it stop. Pc Mark Freshwater this week said he will bed issuing fines to anyone who ignore the yellow zig-zag lines and keep clear signs surrounding a school entrance in Pendeen Crescent off Southway Drive, Plymouth. Tweeting a picture of the road he has...
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Amy Childs revealed she was expecting a baby girl [Wenn] But is the TOWIE star’s daughter coming earlier than she thought? The redhead sent fans into overdrive on April 24, as she shared a message about her impending arrival. Taking to Twitter, the pregnant star revealed she was "on the birthing ball". Her message, which has received more than 70 likes since tweeting, saw her 1.5million followers rush to give her advice. Amy Childs revealed she was 'on the birthing ...
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The City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Public Health will welcome pro-Palestine activist Linda Sarsour as their commencement speaker this Spring. Sarsour, who once claimed "nothing is creepier than Zionism," will deliver the address during the first week of June, according to Fox News. Barbara Aaron, chief of staff to the school's dean, made the announcement, saying, "I am delighted to confirm that Linda Sarsour will indeed speak at our June 1 commencement at the Apollo Theater." But the announcement was not welcome news to some in New York. "She is someone who associates with radical Islamists. She is someone who has said, clearly, she thinks throwing rocks at cars in Israel is a good thing," Democratic state Assemblyman Dov Hikind said. Sarsour has continuously shared controversial statements, tweeting that "Nothing is creepier than Zionism," and stating that feminists could not support Zionism.
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The City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Public Health will welcome pro-Palestine activist Linda Sarsour as their commencement speaker this Spring. Sarsour, who once claimed "nothing is creepier than Zionism," will deliver the address during the first week of June, according to Fox News. Barbara Aaron, chief of staff to the school's dean, made the announcement, saying, "I am delighted to confirm that Linda Sarsour will indeed speak at our June 1 commencement at the Apollo Theater." But the announcement was not welcome news to some in New York. "She is someone who associates with radical Islamists. She is someone who has said, clearly, she thinks throwing rocks at cars in Israel is a good thing," Democratic state Assemblyman Dov Hikind said. Sarsour has continuously shared controversial statements, tweeting that "Nothing is creepier than Zionism," and stating that feminists could not support Zionism.
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NHS workers across the country are giving us all a clear message. If we want to save the NHS we have one opportunity. And its the general election. If a Conservative majority is returned then it will be too late. #Publicduty Across health sectors, people are tweeting using the hashtag #publicduty. The messages range from GPs, [...] The post NHS workers have spoken. The general... Visit www.thecanary.co to read more.
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Ahead of last night's episode of Take Me Out, Paddy McGuinness took to Twitter to post a special message dedicated to contestant Charlie, who had sadly passed away since the episode was filmed. Tweeting his 251K followers, Paddy said: "Tonight's Take Me Out is in memory of Charlie. "A fantastic lad who I'm sure will be greatly missed by his wonderful friends & family. RIP." The 43-year-old presenter refrained from tweeting along with the show as ...
Derby Telegraph
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Part of the A38 in Derby was blocked this morning due to a crash. Details are limited but both the northbound and southbound carriageway, between the Littleover turn-off and the A50, were initially closed due to the incident. The northbound side later reopened and one lane remained closed on the southbound carriageway. The road was fully reopened by 9am. READ MORE: See how rat or bedbug-infested your part of Derby is Derbyshire police have been tweeting about the incident this morning to warn...
Derby Telegraph
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Part of the A38 in Derby was blocked this morning due to a crash. Details are limited but both the northbound and southbound carriageway, between the Littleover turn-off and the A50, were initially closed due to the incident. The northbound side later reopened and one lane remained closed on the southbound carriageway. The road was fully reopened by 9am. READ MORE: See how rat or bedbug-infested your part of Derby is Derbyshire police have been tweeting about the incident this morning to warn...
Derby Telegraph
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Part of the A38 in Derby is blocked this morning due to a crash. Details are limited at this stage but both the northbound and southbound carriageway, between the Littleover turn-off and the A50, were initially closed due to the incident. The northbound side has now reopened but one lane remains closed on the southbound carriageway. READ MORE: See how rat or bedbug-infested your part of Derby is Derbyshire police have been tweeting about the incident this morning to warn motorists but have...
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The much loved TV presenter is known for his jokes and one-liners on the itv dating show. But ahead of the latest episode of Take Me Out, Paddy McGuiness was distinctly sober as he paid tribute to a contestant. The star took to Twitter ahead of the show to post a special message dedicated to contestant Charlie, who has sadly passed away since his episode was filmed. Tweeting his 251k followers, Paddy wrote: “Tonight's Take Me Out is in memory of Charlie. Take Me Out: ...
Politico
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“I was elated, delighted that Trump picked up on the exact issues on which I challenged Bush,” he tells me. “And then he goes and uses my slogan? It just doesnt get any better than this.” Buchanan, who has published such books as The Death of the West , State of Emergency , Day of Reckoning and Suicide of a Superpower , admits that November’s election result “gave me hope” for the first time in recent memory. But none of this means he’s suddenly bullish about America’s future. Buchanan says he has “always been a pessimist,” and despite Trump’s conquest, two things continue to color his dark forecast for the nation. First, Buchanan harbors deep concerns over whether Trump, with his off-topic tweeting and pointless fight-picking, has the requisite focus and discipline to execute his nationalist agendaespecially over the opposition of a media-establishment complex bent on his destruction.
France 24
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Scarponi was gearing up for another tilt at the Giro, which starts on May 5 in Sardinia, when the collision occurred in Filottrano, in Ancona province. He was set to lead the Astana team at the showpiece after injury to Fabio Aru. "Immense tragedy. There are no words. Rest in peace my friend," Aru tweeted. Scarponi won the 2011 Giro after Alberto Contador was stripped of the title for doping. The Italian was himself suspended for doping for 18 months between 2007 and 2008. Contador was among the first to express his shock, tweeting that he was "paralysed and speechless". He described Scarponi as "a great person and always with a contagious smile". Astana said Scarponi had gone home after finishing fourth on Friday in the Tour of the Alps and spent the evening with his young family. "This morning Michele went out on his bike for an early morning training and there the tragedy happened," the team statement said.
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Techradar
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Cut to the chase What is it? The yearly instalment to the biggest FPS franchise around When it is out? Sometime later this year, probably November What platforms? Nothing confirmed, but we'd imagine PS4 , Xbox One and the PC will see the game Call of Duty 2017 developer: Sledgehammer Games Call of Duty 2017 publisher: Activision Call of Duty 2017 price: TBA - but likely to be $60/50/AU$100 Call of Duty 2017 confirmed features Very few, to be honest. What we do know is that the game will focus on traditional combat Activision itself said so during a call with investors earlier this year, adding that the game will take Call of Duty back to its roots, suggesting a World War II setting (well get into that later). And Sledgehammer Games have chipped in too, with studio head Glen Schofield tweeting that there are boots and ground and I guess some roots.
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"What's the matter with Howard Dean?" asked reporter Aaron Blake. Blake pointed out the "hate speech" tweet was just part of a longer trend of Dean tweeting questionable and erratic things. Most notably, Dean accused Donald Trump of using cocaine without presenting any evidence during the 2016 campaign. Then on Wednesday, Dean somehow managed to endorse and then un-endorse a French presidential candidate in the span of four minutes. I choose Macron, but Better far left than far right. Right are autocrats who don't believe in democracy. https://t.co/XZVQoRMtTVHoward Dean (@GovHowardDean) April 19, 2017 Hmmmm. I may have to retract this. Just thought of Chavez/Maduro in Venezuela . A pox on Far anything. https://t.co/Ke0nmFdPJZHoward Dean (@GovHowardDean) April 19, 2017 "Dean would probably be better served by being more careful about weighing into the major political debates of the day.
Washington Free Beacon
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"What's the matter with Howard Dean?" asked reporter Aaron Blake. Blake pointed out the "hate speech" tweet was just part of a longer trend of Dean tweeting questionable and erratic things. Most notably, Dean accused Donald Trump of using cocaine without presenting any evidence during the 2016 campaign. Then on Wednesday, Dean somehow managed to endorse and then un-endorse a French presidential candidate in the span of four minutes. I choose Macron, but Better far left than far right. Right are autocrats who don't believe in democracy. https://t.co/XZVQoRMtTVHoward Dean (@GovHowardDean) April 19, 2017 Hmmmm. I may have to retract this. Just thought of Chavez/Maduro in Venezuela . A pox on Far anything. https://t.co/Ke0nmFdPJZHoward Dean (@GovHowardDean) April 19, 2017 "Dean would probably be better served by being more careful about weighing into the major political debates of the day.