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Donald Trump Mon 14 Aug, AT 06:46 What is the alt-left? And is Trump right about it? Trump blames protestors for "charging" at white supremacists, but are they really a…
08.16 / 12:30
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UK sets out position on Border in key document ahead of…
08.16 / 12:25
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The president may want to check his facts on Merck, which he accused of "taking jobs out of the…
08.16 / 09:47
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White House officials did not expect President Donald Trump to hold a news conference in Trump Tower on…
08.16 / 08:27
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The photo was taken during the Q&A session, according to NBC News' Kristin Donnelly, who tweeted the…
08.16 / 08:27
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Trump needs to get over this episode as soon as possible so he can move on to talking about his agenda, former RNC press secretary Alex Conant…
08.16 / 08:27
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The UK government will insist there must be “no return to the hard borders of the past” as it publishes its proposals for ensuring goods and people can continue to travel freely between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic after Bre…
08.16 / 08:27
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There is no denying that Donald Trump’s presidency is struggling, and the latest Gallup poll indicates just how bad it has g…
08.16 / 07:07
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South Norwood councillor Kathy Bee will step down later this month, which means a by-election for her Croydon Council seat will take place in the next few months.Council leader Tony Newman announced on Monday that Cllr Bee would be vacating her seat later this month to take up a "senior role in the civil service."Cllr Bee has held one of the three seats in the South Norwood ward since she was first elected in 2010.She was given the role of cabinet member for transport and…
08.16 / 05:38
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By Horace Mills, BVI News Online Journalist Sitting members of the House of Assembly are usually allowed to automatically contest the next general election for their respective parties, but representative of the Third Electoral District Julian Fraser will not enjoy…
08.16 / 05:36
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Former OCI president denied ‘presumption of innocence’ over tickets con…
08.16 / 01:13
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SF’s Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire says questions raised about her application for new ro…
08.16 / 01:13
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“MPs hit back after passengers blame huge passport queues at European airports on decision to leave EU – even though it has nothing to do with vote” The Sun, 2 August 2017 “New border rules are just EU’s bid to punish Britain” Leo McKinstry in the Daily Express, 3 August 2017 New EU regulations now require every passenger travelling in and out of the Schengen area—the EU’s border-free travel zone—to be “systematically checked”. Previously, EU passengers entering and leaving the Schengen ar…
08.16 / 01:09
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The Local Government Ombudsman has issued a report following her investigation of a complaint against London Borough of Croydon. The complaint was about a disabled children's social care services matter.The Ombudsman found that there had been fault on the part of the council, and this had caused significant injustice to the complainants.London Borough of Croydon has agreed to take action which the Ombudsman regards as providing a satisfactory remedy for the complaint.The council must…
08.15 / 22:17
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Flood defence works in Teignmouth that will provide vital coastal flood protection for up to 400 homes and businesses in the town will be complete by September as the last of the 72 steel sheet piles have been installed.The £1.3million flood defence scheme started in February and focuses on the repair, renewal and strengthening of the sea defence structure at The Point.Initially it was due to be completed by July, but was delayed until September after additional essential repair work…
08.15 / 22:17
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Plans to convert an empty hardware store in the centre of Axminster into an auction room have been backed by the town's Chamber of Trade.The premises in Lyme Street were vacated in April by hardware store Lawsons after 24 years of trading.Plans for an auction room were submitted to East Devon District Council in June and the Axminster Chamber of Trade have supported the application, and said that refusing the planning application would be "grossly negligent".Read More: Chyna Crew…
08.15 / 22:17
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BEN BRADSHAW IS THE LABOUR MP FOR EXETER AND HAS BEEN SINCE 1997"The latest edition of the Economist magazine has a striking image on its front cover. It is of a car engine, drawn to resemble a dead animal, flat on its back, under the headline "Roadkill"."The implication is that the internal combustion engine, which has powered vehicles on land for most of the last hundred years is dead, or at least heading that way."Inside, the magazine publishes an in-depth news…
08.15 / 22:17
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Villagers are fighting to rescue and save once and for all one of Devon's most historic pubs.The Yarcombe Inn, on the A30 between Honiton and Chard, dates back almost a thousand years, and once belonged to the monks from Mont St Michel in France, and along with the rest of Yarcombe was later owned by Sir Francis Drake.The Grade II listed pub has embedded in its earliest foundations an architectural feature that distinguishes it as a landmark in medieval construction and a building of…
08.15 / 22:17
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Teignmouth's Grand Pier will be restored to its former glory – but only with the support of the public.The owners of the Grand Pier have set out a ten year plan that notwithstanding catastrophes, aims to get their 152-year-old pier back to her former elegance.But directors of the Pier say that they need people to come and use the Victorian Pier or else they won't be able to fund the necessary works.They say that this summer numbers of visitors to the Pier have been down which has…
08.15 / 22:17
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Government insists peace process must not be used as ‘bargaining chip’ in neg…
08.15 / 19:39
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